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327 Possible Causes for Restricted Eye Movement

  • Sinusitis

    Eye movement restriction worsened progressively with bilateral inflammation around the medial and inferior rectus muscles.[]

  • Foreign Body in the Eye

    Some precautions to observe before you receive a doctor’s examination: Restrict eye movement Bandage the affected eye with a clean cloth or gauze Do not rub or put pressure[] To avoid further injury to the eye: Restrict eye movement. Bandage the eye using a clean cloth or gauze.[] In this case, it is recommended that both eyes be covered so that all eye movement is restricted.[]

  • Strabismus

    We describe a 9-year-old girl with absent or restricted horizontal eye movement, globe retraction and narrowing of the palpebral fissure on attempted adduction.[] The 7 patients presented with the following clinical characteristics: enophthalmos, restriction to eye movements in most fields of gaze, and presence of an anomalous orbital[] Myopathies may give rise to diplopia and restriction of eye movement; in severe cases there may be a degree of paralytic squint.[]

  • Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

    Other examination findings were ptosis, restriction of eye movements, periorbital erythema, and chemosis.[]

  • Orbital Pseudotumor

    Symptoms Pain in eye – may be severe Restricted eye movement Decreased vision Double vision Eye swelling (proptosos) Red eye (rare) Signs and tests Signs of pseudotumor can[] Symptoms Symptoms may include: Pain in eye, and it may be severe Restricted eye movement Decreased vision Double vision Eye swelling (proptosis) Red eye (rare) Treatment Mild[] Also, the eye muscles may not be able to properly aim the eye which can cause double vision.[]

  • Keratitis

    Two weeks later, the patient developed left eye proptosis with associated extraocular movement restriction.[]

  • Pterygium

    Some symptoms can include: Eye irritation Eye dryness Eye redness Blurred vision (if the pterygium gets close to the middle of your cornea, the front window of your eye) Restriction[] […] of eye movement.[] […] of eye movement (rare) Some people think the cosmetic appearance of a pterygium is also a problem.[]

  • Orbital Floor Fracture

    eye movement and enophthalmos.[] […] blowing Examination: epistaxis, ptosis, localised tenderness restricted eye movements , particular on vertical gaze, resulting in diplopia complete eye examination looking[] If entrapment is present, a forced duction test (traction test) shows restriction of passive movement of the eye; however, restriction can also result from edema and hemorrhage[]

  • Ectropion

    Inflammation of the eye muscles may result in restricted eye movement causing double vision.[] Overexposure during the day and difficulty closing the eyes at night can lead to dryness or injury to the cornea (the clear front of the eye).[]

  • Orbital Cellulitis

    eye movements Eye pain, especially with movement Eye burning, itching and discharge Swelling of the eyelids Decreased vision as a result of swollen eyelid Bulging eyes (forward[] Orbital Cellulitis Eventually restricted eye movement side to side? Orbital Cellulitis Sensation of pain focused behind and around eye?[] , which are the most common symptoms Restricted eye movement that can be difficult or painful Bulging eye due to the pressure from the infection causing orbital cellulitis[]

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