Medical Definition of Roussy-levy disease

1. A type of cerebellar ataxia regularly associated with wasting of the calves and intrinsic muscles of the hands and with absent tendon reflexes; pes cavus and claw toes develop; autosomal dominant inheritance. Synonym: Roussy-Levy syndrome. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Roussy-levy Disease

Roundhead
Roundheads
Rounds
Rous
Rous-associated virus
Rous sarcoma
Rous sarcoma virus
Rous sarcoma virus protease
Rous tumour
Roussanne
Rousseau
Rousseauan
Rousseauesque
Rousseauian
Rousseauians
Roussy-Levy disease
Roussy-Levy syndrome
Route 66
Roux's method
Roux's stain
Roux-en-Y anastomosis
Roux-en-Y operation
Roux spatula
Rover
Rovers
Rovian
Rovigo
Rovsing's sign
Rowan
Rowena

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