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1 Motility DisturbancesThe trochlear nerve (fourth nerve) runs from the midbrain, exits dorsally, crosses in the anterior medullary velum, enters the subarachnoid space, travels within the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus, and enters the orbit through the superior orbital fissure. A trochlear nerve palsy may be due to ...Trochlear Palsy
2 Motility DisturbancesThe trochlear nerve (fourth nerve) runs from the midbrain, exits dorsally, crosses in the anterior medullary velum, enters the subarachnoid space, travels within the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus, and enters the orbit through the superior orbital fissure. A trochlear nerve palsy may be due to ...Trochlear Palsy
3 Motility DisturbancesThis patient displays a posttraumatic left fourth nerve palsy sustained after having struck her head on the dashboard.Trochlear Palsy; Fourth (Trochlear)
4 Motility DisturbancesThis patient displays a posttraumatic left fourth nerve palsy sustained after having struck her head on the dashboard.Trochlear Palsy; Fourth (Trochlear)
5 Motility DisturbancesThis patient displays a posttraumatic left fourth nerve palsy sustained after having struck her head on the dashboard.Trochlear Palsy; Fourth (Trochlear)
6 Motility DisturbancesThis patient displays a posttraumatic left fourth nerve palsy sustained after having struck her head on the dashboard.Trochlear Palsy; Fourth (Trochlear)
7 Motility DisturbancesThis patient displays a posttraumatic left fourth nerve palsy sustained after having struck her head on the dashboard.Trochlear Palsy; Fourth (Trochlear)
8 Motility DisturbancesThis man had a posttraumatic right sixth nerve paresis. He is shown in primary gaze before Botox (botulinum toxin; image 94_64)Trochlear Palsy
9 Motility DisturbancesThis man had a posttraumatic right sixth nerve paresis. He is shown in primary gaze after Botox (image 94_65).Trochlear Palsy
10 Motility DisturbancesThis man had a posttraumatic right sixth nerve paresis. Image 94_66 demonstrates the adduction deficit that the Botox induced.Trochlear Palsy
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