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Superior Oblique Palsy
My daughter had 4strabismus operations for exo, eso and once superior oblique palsy. She is seeing double all the time and on prism glasses. What to do?
...is a corruption of French "paralise" from Latinized Greek "paralysis." In the old days it meant any kind of persistent weakness. To this day Parkinson's disease is also called "paralysis agitans" which is a Latin translation of Dr. Parkinson's original name for it, the "shaking palsy." We've obviously reborrowed the full form "paralysis" into English as well; today ...Read more
Visual disturbance: Condition presents as repeated, brief episodes of movement, shimmering or shaking of the vision of one eye, a feeling of the eye trembling, or vertical/tilted vision. Neurovascular compression of the trochlear nerve (cranial nerve 4), which controls the movement of the superior oblique muscles causes this condition. Treatment with meds or surgery. ...Read more
Action of superior oblique eye muscle is down and out, but h test diagram show so down and in. Why the seeming discreptancy?
How do I find out the grade of my tear from my MRI its oblique anterior horn of the medial meniscus extending to superior articular surface also mild degeneration of posteror horm of medial meniscus?
Poked in eye, went to ER, found corneal abrasion, but have superior rectus palsy and ptosis, upper eyelid swelling, what could this be?
1/2 face weak: Common symptoms of bell's palsy include: an eyebrow that sags on one side, drooping of an eye, drooping of a corner of the mouth, or an eye that will not close completely. It is caused by the nerve that controls the muscles of the face gets damaged or doesn't work properly, which may be because of inflammation or viral infection. See your physician if you suspect that you have bell's palsy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Couple of ways: Treatments for bell's palsy include ensuring protection for your eyes [make sure that they are kept moist and protected]; sometimes physicians will prescribe steroids [to reduce possible swelling] or antivirals [if it is suspected that the bell's palsy was triggered by a virus]. If you suspect that you have bell's palsy, see your doctor to determine the right course of treatment. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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