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1,836 Possible Causes for Diplopia

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Overview A tumor (also called a neoplasm or lesion) is abnormal tissue that grows by uncontrolled cell division. Normal cells grow in a controlled manner as new cells replace old or damaged ones. For reasons not fully understood, tumor cells reproduce uncontrollably. Brain tumors are named after the cell type from[…][]

  • Meningitis

    Meningitis Meninges of the central nervous system : dura mater , arachnoid mater , and pia mater . Specialty Infectious disease , neurology Symptoms Fever , headache , neck stiffness [1] Complications Deafness , epilepsy , hydrocephalus , cognitive deficits [2] [3] Causes Viral, bacterial, other [4] Diagnostic method[…][]

  • Skin Infection

    Complications include abscess formation, persistent blindness, limited eye movement, diplopia, and, rarely, meningitis. 11 This ocular emergency requires intravenous antibiotics[]

  • Lupus Cerebritis

    The headaches and diplopia gradually subsided, whereas her blurred vision worsened progressively.[] Five weeks prior to presentation, the patient started to experience headaches, diplopia and squint followed a week later by blurred vision.[]

  • Oculopharyngeal Muscular Dystrophy

    Double vision (diplopia) is uncommon. Eventually, additional muscles may become involved including those of the upper legs and arms (proximal limb weakness).[] […] include: difficulty swallowing (dysphagia) tongue weakness and atrophy weakness in the proximal muscles drooping eyelids (ptosis) difficulty gazing upwards and double vision (diplopia[] Double vision (diplopia) is uncommon. Eventually, additional muscles may become involved including those of the upper legs and arms (proximal limb weakness ).[]

  • Orbital Floor Fracture

    […] injury, and if diplopia persists, should be seen at weekly intervals as long as the dysmotility is improving.[] Ocular movements were full with no diplopia and lid position was normal.[] […] revealed no significant reduction of diplopia (45,5 to 31,8 %; p  0.07).[]

  • Rhinocerebral Mucormycosis

    Diplopia may be due to involvement of the extraocular nerves. Hyperglycemia is usually manifested as blurry vision, but not diplopia.[] Late symptoms from invasion of the orbital nerves and vessels include diplopia and visual field loss.[] As the infection progresses, late symptoms may include facial or periorbital swelling or numbness, blurred vision, chemosis, proptosis, diplopia, ophthalmoplegia, corneal[]

  • Bacterial Meningitis

    Diplopia I. Papilledema 6. Mentation a. Delirium b. Drowsiness c. Stupor d.[] Squint and diplopia with ptosis are common. Any of the ocular muscles may be paralyzed - most frequently, one or both external recti.[]

  • Botulism

    Clinical features include abdominal pain, vomiting, acute PARALYSIS (including respiratory paralysis), blurred vision, and DIPLOPIA.[] Muscle paralysis starts from the face which manifests as loss of facial expressions, ptosis, diplopia, dyspnea, dysphagia and difficulty in talking.[] Initial symptoms include blurry vision (accommodation defects, diplopia) with bilateral ptosis, followed by dysautonomic symptoms (dry mouth and eyes, mydriasis, dysphagia[]

  • Viral Meningitis

    This patient manifested with variable symptoms including fever, headache, diplopia, vertigo, confusion, and ataxia.[] He had transient diplopia and confusion for several hours on the day of admission, and received intravenous drip of penicillin.[] Discussion With the symptoms of fever, headache, confusion, diplopia, and signs of neck stiffness, intracranial infection was firstly considered.[]

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