Weber's syndrome

[ wĕbərz ]

n.

A form of alternating hemiplegia caused by a lesion in the cerebral peduncle and resulting in paralysis of the oculomotor nerve on the side of the lesion and paralysis of the extremities and of the face and tongue on the opposite side.

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