Claude syndrome

Claude syn·drome

(klōd),
midbrain syndrome with oculomotor palsy on the side of the lesion and ataxia on the opposite side.
[Henri Claude]

Claude syn·drome

(klōd sin'drōm)
Midbrain syndrome with oculomotor palsy on the side of the lesion and incoordination on the opposite side.
[Henri Claude]

Claude syndrome

(klod)
[Henri Claude, Fr. psychiatrist, 1869–1945]
Paralysis of the third cranial nerve, contralateral ataxia, and tremor; caused by a lesion in the red nucleus of the brain.

Claude,

Henri, French psychiatrist, 1869-1945.
Claude syndrome - midbrain syndrome with oculomotor palsy on the side of the lesion and incoordination on the opposite side.
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The eponymic symptoms which represent oculomotor paresis with the paramedian midbrain lesion have been named Claude syndrome [2] and Benedict syndrome [3], and these definitions are also complex.