Parinaud

Pa·ri·naud

(pah-ri-nō'),
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Parinaud syndrome can be found in patients with pineal GCTs and is characterized by paralysis of upward gaze in addition to loss of accommodation, convergence, and pupillary light reflex (3).
Editor-in-chief Andre Parinaud ensures a dynamism that he had already tested in Opera.
Enfekte hayvanlarla ozellikle tavsanlarla temas sonrasi el parmaklarinin veya enfekte hayvanin vucut sivilarinin konjonktiva temasi sonrasinda, gozde enfeksiyon ve bolgesel lenfadenopati ile kendini gosterir, Parinaud okuloglanduler sendrom olarak adlandirilir (9, 21).
Such lesions usually occur in young females and present with headache, visual deficits, vomiting, hydrocephalus, and/or Parinaud sign.
Symptoms are not specific and correspond to Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome (1).
Parinaud J, Mieusset R, Vieitez G, Labal B, Righoilley G.
However, atypical presentations of CSD occur and include Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome, hepatosplenic disease associated with microabscesses, osteomyelitis, neurologic involvement such as encephalitis and stellate macular retinitis, and various skin manifestations.
28) Andre Breton and Andre Parinaud, Entretiens: 1913-1952, Paris, 1952, p.
He brought in his friends, the "hussar" writers, including the cream of the crop of young right-wing literature and a few figures from the opposite side, among them Roger Nimier, Antoine Blondin, Michel Deon, Mathieu Galey, Andre Parinaud, Alexandre Vialatte, Boris Vian, Jean d'Ormesson, Jean-Rene Huguenin, Jean-Loup Dabadie, and Philippe Labro.
Light-near dissociation is also part of the Parinaud dorsal midbrain syndrome caused by such tumours.
In 5% to 9% of CSD patients, atypical manifestations may develop, including Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome, encephalitis, endocarditis, hemolytic anemia, hepatosplenomegaly, glomerulonephritis, pneumonia, relapsing bacteremia, and osteomyelitis.