Flynn-Aird syndrome


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Flynn-·Aird syn·drome

(flin ārd), [MIM*136300]
a familial syndrome characterized by muscle wasting, ataxia, dementia, skin atrophy, dental caries, joint stiffness, retinitis pigmentosa, and progressive sensorineural hearing loss; autosomal dominant inheritance.

Flynn,

P., 20th century U.S. neurologist.
Flynn phenomenon - a pupillary response to light, the reverse of that expected. Synonym(s): paradoxical pupillary reflex
Flynn-Aird syndrome - a familial syndrome characterized by muscle wasting, ataxia, dementia, skin atrophy, and ocular anomalies.

Aird,

Robert B., U.S. neurologist, 1903–.
Flynn-Aird syndrome - see under Flynn

Flynn-Aird syn·drome

(flin ārd sindrōm) [MIM*136300]
Familial syndrome characterized by muscle wasting, dementia, skin atrophy, dental caries, and other symptoms.