Roussy-Levy disease

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Rous·sy-Lé·vy dis·ease

(rū-sē' lā-vē'), [MIM*180800]
dominantly inherited disorder consisting of a motor-sensory demyelinating polyneuropathy and a coexisting essential tremor.

Roussy-Lévy disease

[roo͡sē′ lāvē′]
Etymology: Gustave Roussy, French pathologist, 1874-1948; Gabrielle Lévy, French neurologist, 1886-1935
an inherited cerebellar ataxia associated with muscle wasting of the extremities, absence of tendon reflexes, and foot deformities.

Lévy,

Gabrielle, French neurologist, 1886-1935.
Roussy-Lévy disease - see under Roussy
Roussy-Lévy syndrome - Synonym(s): Roussy-Lévy disease

Roussy,

Gustave, French pathologist, 1874-1948.
Dejerine-Roussy syndrome - see under Dejerine
Roussy-Cornil syndrome - occasional lancinating pains, with peripheral weakness, fasciculation, visual disturbance, and ataxia. Synonym(s): interstitial hypertrophic neuropathy
Roussy-Lévy disease - a type of cerebellar ataxia regularly associated with wasting of the calves and intrinsic muscles of the hands, with absent tendon reflexes. Synonym(s): Roussy-Lévy syndrome
Roussy-Lévy syndrome - Synonym(s): Roussy-Lévy disease