Straus sign

Straus sign

(strows),
in facial paralysis, if an injection of pilocarpine is followed by sweating on the affected side later than on the other, the lesion is peripheral.

Straus sign

(strows sīn)
In facial paralysis, if an injection of pilocarpine is followed by sweating on the affected side later than on the other, the lesion is peripheral.

Straus,

Isidore, French physician, 1845-1896.
Straus reaction - a diagnostic test for glanders.
Straus sign - in facial paralysis, if an injection of pilocarpine is followed by sweating on the affected side later than on the other, the lesion is peripheral.

Straus sign

(strows sīn)
In facial paralysis, if an injection of pilocarpine is followed by sweating on the affected side later than on the other, the lesion is peripheral.