Foville syndrome


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Fo·ville syn·drome

(fō-vēl'),
ipsilateral facial and abducens nerve paralysis, and contralateral hemiplegia, due to a lesion (usually infarction) within the tegmentum of the pons.

Fo·ville syn·drome

(fō-vēl' sin'drōm)
A form of alternating hemiplegia characterized by abducens paralysis on one side, paralysis of the extremities on the other.

Foville,

Achille L., French neurologist, 1799-1878.
Foville fasciculus - a slender, compact fiber bundle that connects the amygdala with the hypothalamus and other basal forebrain regions. Synonym(s): terminal stria
Foville paralysis - Synonym(s): Foville syndrome
Foville syndrome - a form of alternating hemiplegia characterized by abducens paralysis on one side, paralysis of the extremities on the other. Synonym(s): Foville paralysis

Fo·ville syn·drome

(fō-vēl' sin'drōm)
Ipsilateral facial and abducens nerve paralysis, and contralateral hemiplegia, due to a lesion (usually infarction) within tegmentum of pons.