Parinaud

Pa·ri·naud

(pah-ri-nō'),
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4,5) The clinical manifestations of ocular involvement include Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome, neuroretinitis, choroidal mass, retinal infiltrate, choroiditis, branch retinal vessel occlusion, serous retinal detachment, intermediate uveitis, acute endophthalmitis, and anterior uveitis.
henselae infection experience more serious manifestations, such as neuroretinitis, Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome, osteomyelitis, encephalitis, or endocarditis (1).
Other causes which lead to bilateral mydriasis include toxic conditions (atropine intoxication, Parkinson drugs, antidepressants, carbonmonoxide intoxication, cocaine), conditions secondary to morbidities (migraine, schizophrenia, hyperthyroidism, coma) and Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome.
Editor-in-chief Andre Parinaud ensures a dynamism that he had already tested in Opera.
1976) The unspeakable confessions of Salvador Dali as told to Andre Parinaud.
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).
Al examen fisico se encontro la presencia de signo de Parinaud sin otro defecto neurologico asociado.
Such lesions usually occur in young females and present with headache, visual deficits, vomiting, hydrocephalus, and/or Parinaud sign.
The most frequently described manifestation is Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome, which is characterized by eye redness, foreign body sensation and epiphora [18].
Andre Breton, Entretiens (1913-1952) avec Andre Parinaud, Idees/Gallimard, 1969, p.
Parinaud J, Mieusset R, Vieitez G, Labal B, Righoilley G.