Bielschowsky sign

Bi·el·schow·sky sign

(by'els-chov'skē),
in paralysis of a superior oblique muscle, tilting the head to the side of the involved eye causes that eye to rotate upward.

Biel·schow·sky sign

(byels-chov'skē sīn)
In paralysis of a superior oblique muscle, tilting the head to the side of the involved eye causes that eye to rotate upward.

Bielschowsky,

Alfred, German ophthalmologist, 1871-1940.
Bielschowsky disease - early childhood type of lipofuscinosis.
Bielschowsky sign - in paralysis of a superior oblique muscle, tilting the head to the side of the involved eye causes that eye to rotate upward.
Roth-Bielschowsky syndrome - see under Roth, W