Brushfield spots


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Brush·field spots

(brŭsh'fēld),
light-colored condensations of the surface of the mid-iris; seen in Down syndrome.

Brush·field spots

(brŭsh'fēld spots)
Light-colored condensations of the surface of the mid-iris; seen in Down syndrome.

Brushfield,

Thomas, English physician, 1858-1937.
Brushfield spots - light-colored condensations of the surface of the mid-iris; seen in Down syndrome.
Brushfield-Wyatt disease - a familial disorder characterized by unilateral nevus, contralateral hemiplegia, hemianopia, cerebral angioma, and mental retardation. Synonym(s): nevoid amentia