Jadelot's Furrows Or Lines

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Medical definition of Jadelot's furrows or lines:

Three facial lines or furrows, said to be characteristic of certain diseases in children: 1. The ocular line, from the inner canthus of the eye toward the glenoid fossa; seen in cerebral disease. 2. The nasal line, from the lower border of the ala nasi curving around to the outer side of the orbicularis oris muscle; in abdominal disorders. 3. The labial line, extending downward from the corner of the mouth; in diseases of the respiratory organs.

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