Wyburn-Mason's syndrome


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Wyburn-Mason's syndrome

[wī′bərn·mā′sənz]
Etymology: Roger Wyburn-Mason, British physician, 20th century
arteriovenous aneurysms on one or both sides of the brain, with ocular anomalies, especially in the retina, facial nevi, and sometimes mental retardation.