Trotter syndrome

 Trotter syndrome

Sinus of Morgagni syndrome A complex characterized by homolateral deafness, pain in the sensory zone of the mandibular branch of the trigeminal nerve, immobility of the ipsilateral palate and trismus, due to invasion by malignancy, often a SCC arising in the lateral nasopharynx, specifically near the sinus of Morgagni

Trotter syndrome

(trot′ĕr)
A unilateral neuralgia in the mandible, tongue, and ear. The causes are mandibular nerve lesions, deafness on the same side due to eustachian tube lesions, and damage to the levator palatini muscle resulting in kinesthesia of the soft palate.

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Trotter syndrome - nasopharyngeal tumor.
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