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478 Possible Causes for Miosis, Ptosis, Vertigo

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  • Lateral Medullary Syndrome

    This is a case of a 61-year-old woman who developed progressive right hemisensory deficit, left facial sensory deficit, vertigo, staggering to the left, left ptosis, vertical[] Facial inspection revealed a left ptosis and miosis, consistent with partial left-sided Horner's syndrome.[] Gait ataxia (88%), vertigo/dizziness (91%), nausea/vomiting (73%), dysphagia (61%), hoarseness (55%), Horner sign (73%), and facial (85%) and hemibody (94%) sensory changes[]

  • Vertebrobasilar Insufficiency

    […] transient ischemic attacks): short transient neurological deficits caused by vascular insufficiency Horner’s syndrome: miosis (smaller pupil), mydriasis (decreased sweating), ptosis[] Participants included 14 patients with vertigo of VBI origin, 14 patients with vertigo of non-VBI, and 11 matched controls.[] Ipsilateral mydriasis, cranial nerve III palsy and ptosis. Contralateral hemiplegia. Benedikt's syndrome: Dorsal midbrain affected.[]

  • Acute Otitis Media

    A seventeen-year-old girl presented with acute otitis media, unilateral miosis and ptosis (partial Horner's syndrome) and tenderness of the ipsilateral jugular vein.[] […] patient is vomiting or dehydrated Artificial tears and eye lubrication if there is facial palsy Short term vestibular sedative eg prochlorperazine if there is dizziness/vertigo[] […] and cause of vertigo, or false sense of spinning.[]

  • Cerebellar Infarction

    Clinical signs that signify deterioration in swollen supratentorial hemispheric ischemic stroke include new or further impairment of consciousness, cerebral ptosis, and changes[] The patient's vertigo and hearing remarkably improved.[] Cerebellar Artery Territory (AICA) – Middle Region Uncommon compaired to SCA and PICA infarcts Vestibular signs usually present Dysmetria common Horner’s syndrome (meiosis, ptosis[]

  • Alexander Disease

    […] that ocular signs are frequent in adult-onset Alexander disease, most commonly gaze-evoked nystagmus, pendular nystagmus, and/or oculopalatal myoclonus, and less commonly ptosis[] […] neuropsychological findings of a 21-year-old with normal development and no medical history until age 9, when he experienced refractory sinusitis, stabbing headaches with vertigo[] Upper eyelid ptosis and diplopia may also occur. Cerebellar signs and symptoms are rather frequent, with axial and limb ataxia, nystagmus or saccadic pursuit.[]

  • Asthenopia

    […] use of tape as an aid in the preoperative management of tearing due to horizontal lid laxity or ectropion and of "tired eyes" due to dermatochalasis, drooping brows, or ptosis[] Note 2) Rate of miosis Seeing of close objects involves adjustment of lens thickness by the ciliary muscle and contraction of the pupil (miosis) by the pupillary sphincter[] […] muscles Nervous asthenopia: due to functional or organize nervous disease Symptoms Pain in and around eyes Headache, usually aggravated by use of eyes for closework Fatigue Vertigo[]

  • Miller-Fisher Syndrome

    We believe that pupillary dysfunction or lid ptosis due to neurological disorders may increase the possibility of AACG.[] Five days later, a neuro-ophthalmologic examination showed bilateral eye adduction weakness with an upgaze palsy, along with a mild left eye ptosis and miosis.[] Vertigo can be additional evidence for the involvement of the central nervous system in MFS.[]

  • Arachnoid Cyst

    Double vision persisted with partial improvement in the ptosis, opening up to more than 75% early in the day.[] Horner syndrome (HS) results from the interruption of sympathic pathway, and the patients have a group of signs including miosis, ptosis, enophthalmos, and anhydrosis.[] We present a case of a 71-year-old male patient with progressive vertigo who had previous brain magnetic resonance imaging studies without abnormalities.[]

  • Tensilon

    The initial symptoms of myasthenia gravis are usually ptosis and diplopia.[] Effects include miosis; increased intestinal and skeletal muscle tone; bronchial constriction; bradycardia; increased salivation, lacrimation, and sweating.[] Unlike most of the titles on eye movement disorders, this book's chapters are arranged according to objective signs - like ptosis, neuromuscular syndromes, dizziness, vertigo[]

  • Paresis

    We report a 20-month-old girl who presented initially with a congenital partial right third nerve paresis without ptosis.[] Unsteadiness and swaying were the most common symptoms, and patients with shorter duration of symptoms also had positional vertigo.[] Eighteen (60%) patients had ptosis, six (20%) of whom had bilateral ptosis.[]

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