Economo von San Serff disease
Pronunciation: e-kon-o'mo von sahn serf
Definition: a unique encephalitis, presumably viral in origin, which followed the influenza pandemic of 1914–1918. Symptoms included ophthalmoplegia and marked somnolence, and in many survivors, the delayed development of Parkinson disease; the basis for postencephalitic Parkinsonism.
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Examples: glitazone, GI cocktail, etc.