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Parinaud's oculoglandular syndrome

[ pä-rē-nōz ŏk′yə-lō-glănjə-lər ]
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n.
Conjunctival granuloma in one eye accompanied by swelling of the lymph nodes in front of the auricle of the ear, seen in tularemia, chancre, and tuberculosis.
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