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'Myotonic pupil' and Markus's and Adie's syndrome
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- Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Non-syphilitic Argyll Robertson pupil (including traumatic and post-encephalitic). Various anomalous pupil reactions. Unilateral loss of knee jerks and unilateral Argyll Robertson reaction in tabes dorsalis, syphilis, etc. Abnormalities of ankle-jerks, kneejerks and pupil reactions (temporary, congenital, functional, etc). 'Springede Pupille etc'. Various causes of miosis and mydriasis (congenital, emotional, voluntary, etc). Congenital tabes dorsalis (with or without positive Wasserman reaction). 'Senile myosis' (for comparison). Re non-syphilitic perforating ulcer of foot, etc. See my collection 'Miscellaneous organic... Diseases of the Nervous System' see also notes and cuttings in my copy Clinical Society's Transactions 1906 Vol 39 p 248. Also Markus's original case last of 4 articles (beginning with chronic enlargement of parotic glands) by F Parkes Weber (Proc R Soc Med 1933)
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