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1 Motility DisturbancesA 27-year-old healthy man presented for neuro-ophthalmologic evaluation for recurrent vertical binocular diplopia. In 1982, he had a minor blow to the head, and 12 days later he sustained vertical binocular diplopia, worse on downgaze, without ever having diurnal variation. His sense of taste was al...Oculomotor Palsy; Subnuclear Palsy
2 Motility DisturbancesA 27-year-old healthy man presented for neuro-ophthalmologic evaluation for recurrent vertical binocular diplopia. In 1982, he had a minor blow to the head, and 12 days later he sustained vertical binocular diplopia, worse on downgaze, without ever having diurnal variation. His sense of taste was al...Oculomotor Palsy; Subnuclear Palsy
3 Motility DisturbancesA 27-year-old healthy man presented for neuro-ophthalmologic evaluation for recurrent vertical binocular diplopia. In 1982, he had a minor blow to the head, and 12 days later he sustained vertical binocular diplopia, worse on downgaze, without ever having diurnal variation. His sense of taste was al...Oculomotor Palsy; Subnuclear Palsy
4 Motility DisturbancesA 27-year-old healthy man presented for neuro-ophthalmologic evaluation for recurrent vertical binocular diplopia. In 1982, he had a minor blow to the head, and 12 days later he sustained vertical binocular diplopia, worse on downgaze, without ever having diurnal variation. His sense of taste was al...Oculomotor Palsy; Subnuclear Palsy
5 Motility DisturbancesA 27-year-old healthy man presented for neuro-ophthalmologic evaluation for recurrent vertical binocular diplopia. In 1982, he had a minor blow to the head, and 12 days later he sustained vertical binocular diplopia, worse on downgaze, without ever having diurnal variation. His sense of taste was al...Oculomotor Palsy; Subnuclear Palsy
6 Motility DisturbancesA 27-year-old healthy man presented for neuro-ophthalmologic evaluation for recurrent vertical binocular diplopia. In 1982, he had a minor blow to the head, and 12 days later he sustained vertical binocular diplopia, worse on downgaze, without ever having diurnal variation. His sense of taste was al...Oculomotor Palsy; Subnuclear Palsy
7 Motility DisturbancesThe patient is a 53-year-old man with diplopia from right oculomotor nerve palsy and left hemiparesis (Weber's syndrome), with associated left lung hilar mass. The spinal tap showed pleocytosis consistent with carcinomatous meningitis. This image demonstrates oculomotor nerve metastatic carcinomatos...Oculomotor Palsy; Weber; Fascicular Oculomotor (Third) Nerve Palsy
8 Motility DisturbancesCyclical oculomotor paresis may occur in patients as an intermittent phenomenon, with a paretic phase and diplopia and intervals that are nonparetic. The history and examination are classic for the disorder. Pair with Images 95_19 and 95_20.Oculomotor Palsy (Cyclical Oculomotor Palsy); Cyclical
9 Motility DisturbancesCyclical oculomotor paresis may occur in patients as an intermittent phenomenon, with a paretic phase and diplopia and intervals that are nonparetic. The history and examination are classic for the disorder. Pair with Images 95_18 and 95_20.Oculomotor Palsy (Cyclical Oculomotor Palsy); Cyclical
10 Motility DisturbancesCyclical oculomotor paresis may occur in patients as an intermittent phenomenon, with a paretic phase and diplopia and intervals that are nonparetic. The history and examination are classic for the disorder. Pair with Images 95_18 and 95_19.Oculomotor Palsy (Cyclical Oculomotor Palsy); Cyclical
11 Motility DisturbancesTraumatic damage to the third cranial nerve may result in aberrant regeneration of fibers that innervate the eyelid, pupil, or extraocular muscles. For instance, there may be lid retraction in attempted downgaze. Any combination of aberrant activation of third nerve-innervated structures may occur, ...Oculomotor Palsy (Aberrant Regeneration); Third (Oculomotor)
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