Jefferson fracture syndrome


Jefferson fracture syndrome
Jef·fer·son fracture, syndrome (jefґər-sən) [Sir Geoffrey Jefferson, English neurosurgeon, 1886–1961] see under fracture, and see cavernous sinus syndrome, under syndrome.

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