Möbius, Paul Julius
Möbius, Paul Julius, Moebius (mū′bē-ŭs, mē′, mö′)
Ger. neurologist, 1853–1907.
Migraine accompanied by paralysis of the oculomotor nerves.
A symptom of Graves disease in which one eye converges and the other diverges when one looks at the tip of one's nose.
Congenital paralysis of the facial nerve occurring in the absence of other neurological deficits. It may be unilateral or bilateral.
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