Epstein sign

Ep·stein sign

(ep'stīn),
lid retraction in an infant giving it a frightened expression and a "wild glance." See: setting sun sign, Collier sign.
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Ep·stein sign

(ep'stīn sīn)
Lid retraction in an infant giving it a frightened expression and a "wild glance."
See: setting sun sign, Collier sign
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Epstein,

Alois, Czech pediatrician working in Austria, 1849-1918.
Epstein disease - one of a group of local infections suggesting diphtheria, but caused by microorganisms other than Corynebacterium diphtheriae. Synonym(s): diphtheroid
Epstein pearls - multiple small white epithelial inclusion cysts found in the midline of the palate in newborn infants.
Epstein sign - lid retraction in an infant, giving it a frightened expression and a wild glance.
Epstein symptom
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Jeffrey Epstein signed a will just two days before he killed himself in the Manhattan federal jail, new court records show, opening a new legal front in what could be a years-long battle over the financier's fortune.
The federal non-prosecution agreement that Epstein signed allowed him to plead guilty in state court to two felony solicitation charges, one involving an underage girl.
Epstein signed up Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Pete Best - the band's first drummer - on January 24 1962, just two months after he first heard them play.
Brian Epstein signed The Beatles in 1962 and they had their first hit with Love Me Do later that year.
My next office in Whitechapel, the former NEMS building, was the epitome of post-war functionality (and its demise four years ago can't be mourned - even though it was where The Beatles and Brian Epstein signed a contract).
This, in itself, cost the band millions of dollars when Brian Epstein signed a merchandising agreement with a company called Seltaeb (Beatles spelled backwards).
Next, general manager Theo Epstein signed Dan Wheeler and Bobby Jenks, shoring up what he had identified as the biggest trouble spot of 2010 - the bullpen.
"It's no exaggeration to say that Liverpool City Council's bid for Capital of Culture was the best decision made since Brian Epstein signed The Beatles.
1962: Brian Epstein signed The Beatles in a five-year management contract
'In fact on the day the band appeared at the Assembly Hall the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein signed a contract with American label Vee Jay Records.