Gunn syndrome

jaw-·wink·ing syn·drome

[MIM*154600]
an increase in the width of the palpebral fissures during chewing, sometimes with a rhythmic elevation of the upper lid when the mouth is open and with ptosis when the mouth is closed.

Gunn phenomenon

(1) Marcus Gunn jaw winking phenomenon.
(2) Marcus Gunn pupillary phenomenon, Gunn pupil sign.

jaw-wink·ing syn·drome

(jaw'wingk'ing sin'drōm)
An increase in the width of the palpebral fissures during chewing, sometimes with a rhythmic elevation of the upper lid when the mouth is open and ptosis when the mouth is closed.
Synonym(s): Gunn syndrome, Marcus Gunn phenomenon, Marcus Gunn syndrome.

Gunn,

Robert Marcus, English ophthalmologist, 1850-1909.
Gunn dots - minute, highly glistening, white or yellowish specks usually seen in the posterior part of the fundus.
Gunn phenomenon - an increase in the width of the eyelids during chewing. Synonym(s): Gunn syndrome; jaw-winking syndrome; Marcus Gunn syndrome
Gunn pupil - Synonym(s): Marcus Gunn pupil
Gunn sign - compression of the underlying vein at arteriovenous crossings seen ophthalmoscopically in arteriolar sclerosis. Synonym(s): Marcus Gunn sign
Gunn syndrome - Synonym(s): Gunn phenomenon
Marcus Gunn pupil - relative afferent pupillary defect. Synonym(s): Gunn pupil
Marcus Gunn sign - Synonym(s): Gunn sign
Marcus Gunn syndrome - Synonym(s): Gunn phenomenon

jaw-wink·ing syn·drome

(jaw'wingk'ing sin'drōm) [MIM*154600]
Increased width of palpebral fissures during chewing, sometimes with a rhythmic elevation of upper lid when mouth is open and with ptosis when mouth is closed.
Synonym(s): Gunn phenomenon, Marcus Gunn phenomenon.