Cestan-Chenais syndrome

(sĕs-tăn′shĕn-ā′ )

[Raymond Cestan, Fr. neurologist, 1872-1934; Louis J. Chenais, Fr. physician, 1872-1950]
A neurological disorder with complex hemibody deficits and cranial nerve findings produced by a lesion of the brainstem.

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