tendon sheath syndrome

(redirected from Paterson-Brown-Kelly syndrome)

ten·don sheath syn·drome

limited elevation of the eye in adduction, appearing clinically as a paresis of the inferior oblique muscle, due to fascia contracting the superior oblique muscle on the same side.

ten·don sheath syn·drome

limited elevation of the eye in adduction, appearing clinically as a paresis of the inferior oblique muscle, due to fascia contracting the superior oblique muscle on the same side.
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tendon sheath syndrome

Tendon sheath adherence syndrome Ophthalmology A condition characterized by limited elevation of the eye in adduction, due to fibrosis, and shortening of the superior oblique ocular muscle
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Brown,

Harold Whaley, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1898–.
Brown syndrome - limited elevation of the eye in adduction due to fascia contracting the superior oblique muscle on the same side. Synonym(s): tendon sheath syndrome
Paterson-Brown-Kelly syndrome - see under Paterson

Paterson,

Donald Rose, English otolaryngologist, 1863-1939.
Paterson cannula
Paterson forceps
Paterson-Brown-Kelly syndrome - limited elevation of the eye in adduction, due to fascia contracting the superior oblique muscle on the same side. Synonym(s): tendon sheath syndrome
Paterson-Kelly syndrome - Synonym(s): Plummer-Vinson syndrome
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