Wilder sign

Wil·der sign

(wīl'der),
a slight twitch of the eyeball when changing its movement from abduction to adduction or the reverse, noted in Graves disease.

Wil·der sign

(wīl'dĕr sīn)
A slight twitch of the eyeball when changing its movement from abduction to adduction or the reverse, noted in Graves disease.

Wilder,

William H., U.S. ophthalmologist, 1860-1935.
Wilder band spreader
Wilder dilating forceps
Wilder dilator
Wilder lens hook
Wilder lens loop
Wilder lens scoop
Wilder loupe
Wilder retractor
Wilder scleral depressor
Wilder scleral self-retaining retractor
Wilder sign - a slight twitch of the eyeball when changing its movement from abduction to adduction or the reverse, noted in Graves disease.
Wilder trephine
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