Chapple, Charles Culloden(redirected from duosyndrome of laryngeal nerve)
Chapple,Charles Culloden, U.S. pediatrician, 1903–.
Chapple syndrome - (1) unilateral facial weakness in newborn caused by lateral flexion of the head in utero; - (2) congenital syndrome believed to be caused by abnormal position of the fetus in utero. Synonym(s): duosyndrome of laryngeal nerve; genu recurvatum-uterine retroversion-dysmenorrhea syndrome
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