Koerte-Ballance operation

Koer·te-Bal·lance op·er·a·tion

(kŏr'tĕ bal'ănts),
surgical anastomosis of the facial and hypoglossal nerves for the treatment of facial paralysis.

Ballance,

Sir Charles Alfred, English surgeon, 1856-1936.
Ballance sign - the presence of a dull percussion note in both flanks, constant on the left side but shifting with change of position on the right, said to indicate ruptured spleen; the dullness is due to the presence of blood, fluid on the right side but coagulated on the left.
Koerte-Ballance operation - see under Koerte

Koerte,

Werner, German surgeon, 1853-1937.
Koerte-Ballance operation - anastomosis of the facial and hypoglossal nerves for the treatment of facial paralysis.