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1 Diplopia, Dysarthria, and Dizziness from Subarachnoid Fat?Neil R Miller, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins UniversityA 66-year old female with sudden oblique double vision, isolated left IV nerve palsy and bilateral peripheral vestibular dysfunction. Previous history significant for hypertension, colonic polyps and degenerative joint disease of the spine which required several surgeries.
2 Diplopia, Dysarthria, and Dizziness from Subarachnoid Fat? (PowerPoint)Neil R Miller, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins UniversityA 66-year old female with sudden oblique double vision, isolated left IV nerve palsy and bilateral peripheral vestibular dysfunction. Previous history significant for hypertension, colonic polyps and degenerative joint disease of the spine which required several surgeries.
3 Diplopia, Dysarthria, and Dizziness from Subarachnoid Fat? (Presentation Video)Neil R Miller, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins UniversityA 66-year old female with sudden oblique double vision, isolated left IV nerve palsy and bilateral peripheral vestibular dysfunction. Previous history significant for hypertension, colonic polyps and degenerative joint disease of the spine which required several surgeries.
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