Marcus Gunn
Robert. See Gunn.

* * *

Mar·cus Gunn (mahrґkəs gun) see Gunn.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Marcus Gunn pupil — Classification and external resources The left optic nerve and the optic tracts. A Marcus Gunn pupil indicates an afferent defect, usually at the level of the retina or optic nerve. Moving a bright light from the unaffected eye to the affect …   Wikipedia

  • Marcus Gunn phenomenon — For the pupillary defect, see Marcus Gunn pupil. Marcus Gunn phenomenon Classification and external resources Nerves of the orbit, and the ciliary ganglion. Side view. (Trigeminal nerve and oculomotor nerve both …   Wikipedia

  • Marcus-Gunn-Syndrom — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 Q07.8 Sonstige näher bezeichnete angeborene Fehlbildungen des Nervensystems (Marcus )Gunn Syndrom …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Marcus Gunn pupillary phenomenon — with unilateral optic nerve or retinal disease, a difference between the pupillary reflexes of the two eyes when a light is shone alternately into each one with the other eye covered; on the affected side there is abnormally slight contraction or …   Medical dictionary

  • Marcus Gunn jaw-winking syndrome — a congenital condition characterized by drooping (ptosis) of one eyelid. On opening or moving the mouth, the droopy lid elevates momentarily, resembling a wink. It is believed to be due to an abnormal innervation of the levator muscle by the… …   Medical dictionary

  • Marcus Gunn pupil — the defect of pupillary movement seen in the Marcus Gunn pupillary phenomenon …   Medical dictionary

  • Marcus Gunn jaw-winking syndrome — a congenital condition characterized by drooping (ptosis) of one eyelid. On opening or moving the mouth, the droopy lid elevates momentarily, resembling a wink. It is believed to be due to an abnormal innervation of the levator muscle by the… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • Marcus Gunn phenomenon — Gunn syndrome …   Medical dictionary

  • Marcus Gunn syndrome — Gunn s …   Medical dictionary

  • Marcus Gunn pupillary sign — see under phenomenon …   Medical dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”