Bonnet's syndrome II (Paul Bonnet)
Sudden trigeminal neuralgia.
Sudden trigeminal neuralgia associated with symptoms and signs of Fothergill’s syndrome and the Bernard-Horner syndrome, and vasomotor disorders in the areas supplied by the trigeminal nerve.
Bernard-Horner syndrome, see under Claude Bernard, French physiologist 1813-1878.
Fothergill’s syndrome, see under John Fothergill, English physician, 1712-1780.
- P. Bonnet:
Les syndromes trigeminosympathiques.
Archives d'ophtalmologie et Revue générale d'ophtalmologie, Paris, 1956, 16: 361-379.
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