Corvisart facies

Cor·vi·sart fa·ci·es

(kōr-vē-sahr'),
the characteristic facies seen in cardiac insufficiency or aortic regurgitation; a swollen, purplish, cyanotic face with shiny eyes and puffy eyelids; nonspecific.
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Cor·vi·sart fa·ci·es

(kōr'vĭ-sahr' fash'ē-ēz)
The characteristic facies seen in cardiac insufficiency or aortic regurgitation; a swollen, purplish, cyanotic face with shiny eyes and puffy eyelids; nonspecific.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Corvisart des Marets,

Baron Jean N., French clinician, 1755-1821.
Corvisart disease
Corvisart facies - the characteristic facies seen in cardiac insufficiency or aortic regurgitation.
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