Parinaud

Henri, French ophthalmologist, 1844–1905. See P. conjunctivitis, P. ophthalmoplegia, P. syndrome, P. oculoglandular syndrome.

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  • Parinaud-Konjunktivitis — Parinaud Kon|junktivitis [parino̱...; nach dem frz. Ophthalmologen Henri Parinaud, 1844 1905]: infektiöse Augenbindehautentzündung (mit Drüsenschwellungen, Wucherungen, Granulomen und Geschwüren), die durch verschiedene Erreger hervorgerufen… …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • Parinaud's syndrome — n paralysis of the upward movements of the two eyes that is associated esp. with a lesion or compression of the superior colliculi of the midbrain …   Medical dictionary

  • Parinaud conjunctivitis — Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome …   Medical dictionary

  • Parinaud's syndrome — Not to be confused with Parinaud s oculoglandular syndrome. Parinaud s syndrome Classification and external resources ICD 10 G …   Wikipedia

  • Parinaud-Syndrom — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 H49.8 Parinaud Syndrom [Ophthalmoplegie] …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Parinaud's oculoglandular syndrome — Par·i·naud s oc·u·lo·glan·du·lar syndrome .par i nōz .äk yə lō glan jə lər n conjunctivitis that is often unilateral, is usu. characterized by dense local infiltration by lymphoid tissue with tenderness and swelling of the preauricular lymph… …   Medical dictionary

  • Parinaud conjunctivitis syndrome — Pa·ri·naud conjunctivitis, syndrome (pah re noґ) [Henri Parinaud, French ophthalmologist, 1844–1905] see under syndrome …   Medical dictionary

  • Parinaud-Krankheit — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 A21. Tularämie A21.0 Ulzeroglanduläre Tularämie A21.1 Okuloglanduläre Tularämie …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Parinaud syndrome — paralysis of conjugate upward movement of the eyes without paralysis of convergence, associated with lesions of the midbrain, such as a lesion in the superior colliculi or a tumor of the pineal gland …   Medical dictionary

  • Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome — conjunctivitis, most often unilateral and of the follicular type, followed by tenderness and enlargement of the preauricular lymph nodes; it is often associated with other infections, such as cat scratch fever, lymphogranuloma venereum, or… …   Medical dictionary

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