STURGE, William Allen
A case of partial epilepsy, apparently due to a lesion of one of the vasomotor centres of the brain.Trans. clin. Soc. Lond., 12, 162-67, 1879.
“Sturge–Weber syndrome” – association of a port-wine nevus in the skin of the face with a vascular abnormality of the meninges on the same side. See No. 4605.2.
Subjects: DERMATOLOGY, NEUROLOGY › Epilepsy