Leri sign

Le·ri sign

(lā-rē'),
voluntary flexion of the elbow is impossible in a case of hemiplegia when the wrist on that side is passively flexed.

Lé·ri sign

(lā-rē' sīn)
Voluntary flexion of the elbow is impossible in a case of hemiplegia when the wrist on that side is passively flexed.

Leri,

André, French orthopedic surgeon, 1875-1930.
Leri pleonosteosis - Synonym(s): dyschondrosteosis
Leri sign - voluntary flexion of the elbow is impossible in a case of hemiplegia when the wrist on that side is passively flexed.
Leri-Weill disease - Synonym(s): dyschondrosteosis
Leri-Weill syndrome - Synonym(s): dyschondrosteosis
Marie-Leri syndrome - see under Marie, Pierre