Brissaud-Marie syndrome


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Bris·saud-Ma·rie syn·drome

(brē-sō' mah-rē'),
functional spasms of the lips and glossolabial paralysis (related to conversion disorder).

Brissaud-Marie syndrome

(1) Somatisation disorder. 
(2) An obsolete term for unilateral spasm of the tongue and lip, a type of hysterical conversion reaction.

Brissaud,

Edouard, French physician, 1852-1909.
Brissaud disease - habitual, repeated contraction of certain muscles, resulting in actions that can be voluntarily suppressed for only brief periods. Synonym(s): tic
Brissaud infantilism - Synonym(s): infantile hypothyroidism
Brissaud reflex - tickling the sole causes a contraction of the tensor fasciae latae muscle, even when there is no responsive movement of the toes.
Brissaud-Marie syndrome - unilateral spasm of the tongue and lips, of hysterical nature.

Marie,

Pierre, French neurologist, 1853-1940.
Bamberger-Marie disease - Synonym(s): Bamberger-Marie syndrome
Bamberger-Marie syndrome - see under Bamberger, Eugen
Brissaud-Marie syndrome - see under Brissaud
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease - see under Charcot
Debré-Marie syndrome - see under Debré
Foix-Cavany-Marie syndrome - see under Foix
Marie ataxia - obsolete term for a variety of non-Friedreich hereditary ataxias.
Marie-Leri syndrome - swelling of deformed joints.
Marie-Sainton syndrome - excessive head development. Synonym(s): cleidocranial dysplasia; cleidocranial dysostosis
Marie-Strümpell disease - Synonym(s): Strümpell-Marie disease
Marie I syndrome - Synonym(s): Menzel syndrome
Marie II syndrome - endocrine and neurologic disorders.
Nonne-Marie syndrome - Synonym(s): Menzel syndrome
Strümpell-Marie disease - see under Strümpell

Bris·saud-Ma·rie syn·drome

(brē-sō mah-rē sindrōm)
Functional spasms of the lips and glossolabial paralysis (related to conversion disorder).