Collier sign

Col·lier sign

(kol'yer),
unilateral or bilateral lid retraction due to midbrain lesion; occurring at any age. See: setting sun sign, Epstein sign.

Col·lier sign

(kol'yĕr sīn)
Unilateral or bilateral lid retraction due to midbrain lesion; occurring at any age.
See: setting sun sign, Epstein sign

Collier,

James S., English physician, 1870-1935.
Collier sign - unilateral or bilateral lid retraction due to midbrain lesion. Synonym(s): Collier tucked lid sign
Collier tract - a longitudinal bundle of fibers extending from the upper border of the mesencephalon into the cervical segments of the spinal cord. Synonym(s): medial longitudinal fasciculus
Collier tucked lid sign - Synonym(s): Collier sign
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