Legendre sign

Le·gen·dre sign

(le-jahndr'),
in facial hemiplegia of central origin, when the examiner raises the lids of the actively closed eyes the resistance is less on the affected side.
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Le·gen·dre sign

(lĕ-zhahn'drĕ sīn)
In facial hemiplegia of central origin, when the examiner raises the lids of the actively closed eyes the resistance is less on the affected side.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

Legendre,

Gaston J., French physician, 1887–.
Legendre function
Legendre sign - in facial hemiplegia of central origin, when the examiner raises the lids of the actively closed eyes, the resistance is less on the affected side.
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Le·gen·dre sign

(lĕ-zhahn'drĕ sīn)
In facial hemiplegia of central origin, when the examiner raises the lids of the actively closed eyes, the resistance on the affected side is less.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012