Wyburn-Mason syndrome

(redirected from Bonnet-Dechaume-Blanc syndrome)

Wy·burn-·Ma·son syn·drome

(wī'bŭrn mā'son),
arteriovenous malformation on the cerebral cortex, arteriovenous malformation of the retina and intracranial optic pathway, and facial nevus, usually occurring in people with mental retardation.

Wy·burn-·Ma·son syn·drome

(wī'bŭrn mā'son),
arteriovenous malformation on the cerebral cortex, arteriovenous malformation of the retina and intracranial optic pathway, and facial nevus, usually occurring in people with mental retardation.

Wy·burn-Ma·son syn·drome

(wī'bŭrn-mā'sŏn sin'drōm)
Arteriovenous malformation on the cerebral cortex, retinal arteriovenous angioma and facial nevus, usually accompanied by mental retardation.

Wyburn-Mason,

Roger, 20th century English physician.
Wyburn-Mason syndrome - arteriovenous malformation on the cerebral cortex, retinal arteriovenous angioma and facial nevus.

Wy·burn-Ma·son syn·drome

(wī'bŭrn-mā'sŏn sin'drōm)
Combination of findings include arteriovenous malformation on the cerebral cortex, arteriovenous malformation of the retina and intracranial optic pathway, and facial nevus, usually occurs in people with mental retardation.