Human Phenotype Ontology 
Grandparent Node:
Abnormal eye physiology (HP:0012373)help
Parent Node:
Abnormality of eye movement (HP:0000496)help
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Marcus Gunn jaw winking synkinesis (HP:0025186)help
Term ID: 25186
Name: Marcus Gunn jaw winking synkinesis
Synonym: Marcus Gunn jaw-winking syndrome; Pterygoid-levator synkinesis; Trigemino-oculomotor synkinesis
Definition: Unilateral ptosis with associated upper eyelid contraction and contraction of either the external or the internal pterygoid muscle. It is thought to occur because of congenital miswiring of a branch of the fifth cranial nerve into the branch of the third cranial nerve supplying the levator muscle. In Marcus Gunn jaw winking synkinesis, elevation and even retraction of the affected eyelid is triggered by chewing, suction, lateral mandible movement, smiling, sternocleidomastoid contraction, protruding tongue, Valsalva manoeuvre and even by breathing.
Reference: HP:0025186
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 Sister Nodes: 
..expandAbnormal conjugate eye movement (HP:0000549) help
..expandAbnormal involuntary eye movements (HP:0012547) help
..expandAbnormal ocular alignment (HP:0500073) help
..expandAbnormal saccadic eye movements (HP:0000570) help
..expandAbnormal visual fixation (HP:0025404) help
..expandAbnormality of ocular abduction (HP:0011347) help
..expandAbnormality of ocular smooth pursuit (HP:0000617) help
..expandCompensatory head posture (HP:0031705) help
..expandImpaired ocular adduction (HP:0000542) help
..expandLimited extraocular movements (HP:0007941) help
..expandOculomotor apraxia (HP:0000657) help
..expandOphthalmoparesis (HP:0000597) help
..expandVisual gaze preference (HP:0025518) help
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Human Phenotype Ontology(HPO) is developed by the Human Phenotype Ontology Consortium. The version used here is June 2019 release.