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Definition of -Plegia

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  1. Various forms of paralysis

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Google previewMedico-chirurgical Transactions published by the Medical and Chirurgical Society of London (1878)

Irido-plegia is a term applicable to total paralysis of the iris, both of its circular and radiating fibres. It is usually an indication of disease in the lenticular ganglion, and is then commonly combined with cycloplegia. It may at times occur from ...

Google previewA Treatise on the Diseases of the Nervous System (1882)

by James Ross

Irido-plegia is a term used to indicate total paralysis of ...

Google previewMedico-Chirurgical Transactions (1878)

by Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London

Irido-plegia is a term applicable to total paralysis of the iris, both of its circular and radiating fibres. It is usually an indication of disease in the lenticular ganglion, and is then commonly combined with cycloplegia. It may at times occur from ...

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