Berger sign

Berger sign

(1) A rarely evoked term for an increased deformability of the ocular bulb seen in neurosyphilis (e.g., tabes dorsalis or general paresis) or in partial paralysis of the oculomotor nerve.
(2) Tearing of the eyes in Graves’ disease.
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Salaam Fayyad and European Union Representative Christian Berger signed today a e1/431 million financing agreement to support the PA's institution building agenda.
Berger signed a new one-year deal last month and continued his bright form with a fine performance and goal at Stoke City last night.
The decree (Decree 1-2006) President Oscar Berger signed is the first step of five available to a government for suspending constitutional rights, or estados de excepcion.
A few hours after Berger signed the decree, a contingent of 800 police officers, 250 soldiers, and 23 public prosecutors deployed from the San Marcos military base at 3 a.m.
This past July, Assistant to the President for Economic Affairs Dan Tarullo and National Security Adviser Sandy Berger signed a joint memo recommending USEC's privatization.
Before the next-day meeting, however, Berger signed the treaty.