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Dressler beat

Dressler beat: Specifically a 'ventricular fusion beat' in the presence of paroxysmal ventricular tachycardia. Wide complex tachycardia with VT
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Möbius sign

Möbius sign: Diagnostic test in patients with Morbus Basedow (Graves disease) - the inability to maintain ocular convergence in the presence of hyperthyroidism.
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Romberg test

Romberg test initially described in tabes dorsalis; now as a feature of all proprioceptive disorders of the legs or neuropathies involving dorsal columns.
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Dupuytren contracture

Dupuytren contracture: A gradual thickening and tightening of the fascia under the skin of the palm and fingers in the hand.
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Parry-Romberg syndrome

Parry-Romberg syndrome: progressive facial hemiatrophy usually involving the soft tissues of one side of the face. Parry (1825) Romberg (1846)
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The John Thomas sign

Tom Bentley Throckmorton (1885 – 1961) was an American neurologist. Eponym: Throckmorton sign (John Thomas sign) where Penis Points to Pathology on X-ray
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Lenègre-Lev disease

Lenègre-Lev disease: Acquired complete heart block. Fibrous transformation progressive and slow, of degenerative origin, of the two branches of the bundle of His, resulting in progressive conductional disorders:
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Bornholm disease

Bornholm disease: acute, transient viral myositis associated with Coxsackievirus B. Epidemic Myalgia or pleurodynia. Eponym: Ejner Sylvest (1930)
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Da Costa syndrome

Da Costa syndrome (soldier's heart, neurocirculatory asthenia) most commonly considered a manifestation of an anxiety disorder
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Romano-Ward syndrome

Congenital (autosomal dominant) long QT syndrome (LQTS). Unlike Jervell-Lange-Nielsen, there is no congenital hearing loss (deafness) present
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von Recklinghausen disease

Neurofibromatosis (NF) is the term used to describe a group of genetic disorders primarily affecting the cell growth of neural tissues. Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is a neurodermal dysplasia, previously known as von Recklinghausen disease. (1882)