Bonnet's syndrome III (Paul Bonnet)
Congenital tortuosity of the vessels of the retina and congenital stenosis of the isthmus of the aorta.
An anomaly of the blood circulation; congenital tortuosity of the vessels of the retina and congenital stenosis of the isthmus of the aorta.
- P. Bonnet:
[Structure of the aortic isthmus and congenital tortuosity of the vessels of the retina.]
Lyon médical, Lyon, December 3, 1950, 183 (49): 373-375. Undetermined Language.
- P. Bonnet:
Tortuosité congénitale des vaisseaux de la rétine et sténos congénitale de l'aorte.
Archives d'ophtalmologie et Revue générale d'ophthalmologie, Paris, 1954, 14 (2): 129-139.
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