Weber syndrome

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We·ber syn·drome

(web'ĕr),
midbrain tegmentum lesion characterized by ipsilateral oculomotor nerve paresis and contralateral paralysis of the extremities, face, and tongue.
Synonym(s): Weber sign

We·ber syn·drome

(web'ĕr),
midbrain tegmentum lesion characterized by ipsilateral oculomotor nerve paresis and contralateral paralysis of the extremities, face, and tongue.
Synonym(s): Weber sign

We·ber syn·drome

(web'ĕr sin'drōm)
Midbrain tegmentum lesion characterized by ipsilateral oculomotor nerve paresis and contralateral paralysis of the extremities, face, and tongue.

Weber,

Sir Hermann David, English physician, 1823-1918.
Weber sign - Synonym(s): Weber syndrome
Weber syndrome - midbrain tegmentum lesion characterized by ipsilateral oculomotor nerve paresis and contralateral paralysis of the extremities, face, and tongue. Synonym(s): Weber sign

We·ber syn·drome

(web'ĕr sin'drōm)
Midbrain tegmentum lesion characterized by ipsilateral oculomotor nerve paresis and contralateral paralysis of the extremities, face, and tongue.
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