Jacod syndrome

Jacod syndrome
unilateral blindness and ophthalmoplegia with facial hemiplegia or trigeminal neuralgia as a result of damage to the second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth cranial nerves, often from a tumor or other lesion just behind the sphenoid bone. Called also Jacod triad, Negri-Jacod s., and petrosphenoid s.

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  • Negri-Jacod syndrome — Ne·gri Ja·cod syndrome (naґgre zhah koґ) [Silvio Negri, Italian physician, 20th century; Maurice Jacod, French physician, 20th century] Jacod syndrome …   Medical dictionary

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  • Orbital apex syndrome — is dysfunction of cranial nerves 3, 4, 5 and 6 in varying combination due to a lesion near the apex of the orbit of the eye. This syndrome usually is caused by posterior ethmoid or sphenoid sinusitis. These sinuses are adjacent to the orbital… …   Wikipedia

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