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184 Possible Causes for Diplopia, Exotropia, Mastoiditis

  • Strabismus

    Jeffrey Cooper & Rachel Cooper (no relation). 2001-2016 About Exotropia What is Exotropia?[] KEYWORDS: Central fusion disruption; diplopia; horror fusionis; intractable diplopia; strabismus surgery[] However, one of the complications of cosmetic strabismus surgery is persistent diplopia.[]

  • Congenital Abducens Nerve Palsy

    Intermittent exotropias are more common than constant exotropias, which tend to be associated with other abnormalities.[] , VISION DOUBLE, diplopia, double vision, diplopia (symptom), seeing double, seeing double images (diplopia), Vision double, Diplopias, Diplopia [Disease/Finding], Diplopia[] Abnormalities in the peripheral nerve are often associated with abnormalities of the external ear 4 and occasionally with malformations of the mastoid region.[]

  • Gradenigo's Syndrome

    If this occurs the patient could be left with an incomittant exotropia and possibly double vision.[] This condition is characterized by a triad of otorrhea, facial pain and diplopia, related to otitis media in the pre-antibiotic era.[] It remains, however, a serious and potentially fatal complication to AOM and acute mastoiditis.[]

  • Esotropia

    We report here an exception, in which an adult patient developed cyclic exotropia after surgical correction of her acquired cyclic esotropia.[] Diplopia onset occurred between ages 7 and 11. Four of the five children experienced resolution of diplopia with prism glasses.[] DIAGNOSIS: COMPLICATED ACUTE MASTOIDITIS As suspected, the CT scan revealed a left-sided mastoiditis.[]

  • Eye Muscle Disorder

    See our detailed pages on exotropia and intermittent exotropia.[] Figure 1 General approach to diplopia.[] This is due to swelling and fluid collection in the mastoid and middle ear. This swelling usually subsides within 2 to 4 weeks.[]

  • Narcolepsy

    Occasionally there will be introductions of blurred vision or diplopia due to their sleepiness.[] Research output : Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review Children hospitalized due to acute otitis media: How does this condition differ from acute mastoiditis[] Slurred speech and visual symptoms such as blurred vision or diplopia may be experienced. Hearing, awareness and consciousness are intact.[]

  • Abducens Nerve Palsy

    One patient with coexisting oculomotor nerve palsy developed consecutive exotropia; 2 had induced vertical deviations. There were no cases of anterior segment ischemia.[] The patient complained of severe diplopia, predominantly when looking left.[] We present a very rare case of a 29-month-old boy with acute onset right abducens nerve palsy complicated by inferior petrosal sinus septic thrombosis due to mastoiditis without[]

  • Vertical Heterotropia

    She had an apparent right exotropia and hypotropia on Hirschberg and Krimsky but a hypertropia on alternate prism cover test.[] Greater diplopia with eyes to the right and up implicates the right SR or left IO, while worsening of diplopia to the right and down points to the right IR or left SO.[] […] and related conditions 383.0 Acute mastoiditis Abscess of mastoid Empyema of mastoid 383.00 Acute mastoiditis without complications 383.01 Subperiosteal abscess of mastoid[]

  • Ocular Palsy

    […] by exotropia and esotropia.[] In diplopia one image is distinct (true image), and the other is indistinct (false image). Binocular diplopia disappears when one eye is closed.[] This occurs as a result of the spread of infection from the middle ear or mastoids (Gradenigo’s syndrome). 16,21 Within the cavernous sinus, the sixth nerve is joined by the[]

  • Benign Abducens Nerve Palsy

    Third Cranial Nerve Palsies Third cranial nerve palsies can result in drooping of the eyelid (ptosis) and an outward drifting of the eye ( exotropia ). ).[] Diplopia can be psychosomatic.[] […] so it is often the first cranial nerve to be affected by any rise in intracranial pressure other causes for a palsy along its course include: implication in otitis media/mastoiditis[]

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