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What Does It Mean If You Have Double Vision Is This A Neurological Condition
Can be: Binocular double vision typically indicates an eye alignment issue, which can be neurological (vascular, hemorrhagic event or mass), mechanical in terms of affecting the extraocular muscles motility, neurologic in terms of the nerve input to the muscles. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ms, myasthenia, gravis disease, tumour, thyroid other than this is there any other neurological problem that cause double vision?
Good list: You have a good list of possibilities that can cause double vision. A couple of other things to consider: head injury-the 6th cranial nerve is sensitive and can be stretched or damaged, thus leading to one eye not being able to look outwards. An aneurysm right next to the 3rd nerve can also cause double vision. A stroke of the brainstem affecting 3, 4, 6 nerve nuclei can lead to double vision. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Usually double vision is divided into monocular or binocular (eye alignment), and then eye alignment can be affect by the muscle (weakness or overaction) or mechanical issues affecting muscles (orbit) vs. Neurological input to the muscles, or a brain problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got a brain injury from a car accident in october of 2012 and i acquired double vision. If it's a neurological issue, when can I expect it to tesolv?
Mri showed "inflammation" in cavernous sinus, double vision gone following steroid course. Trigemenial neurological tingling now. ?
I have anxiety and double vision & neurological symptoms for 3 straight months with clear MRI & no eye problem yet still fear that I have rabies?
Seek help: If you were exposed through a bite from an animal that could have rabies, i.e. a bat or stray , uncaptured dog,you should have received rabies prophylaxis. If you did not,then you need to contact your physician right away. Most prople infected with rabies develop symptoms very quickly but it take up to a year. Have you discussed tgis with your doctor, had the animal tested, had DFA. http://www.cdc.gov/rabies/exposure/index.html ...Read more
Last q! I plan on seeing a strabismologist, but if MRI is clear, does that most likely mean Diplopia is muscular and not neurological? Thank you.
A few possibilities: Double vision can be in one eye alone (monocular) or can be present only when both eyes are open (binocular). Monocular diplopia can be caused by dry eyes, cornea injury, cataracts and other conditions. Binocular diplopia is caused by misalignment of the eyes, and can be seen in strokes, diabetes, aneurysms, strabismus and injury to name a few. See a doctor immediately to determine the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A medical emergency: If these are new symptoms and came on rather fast, i would suggest getting to the er fast--call paramedic (don't drive yourself as you are not seeing well). I fear that you possibly having a stroke at this time. Other neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis may cause same, but i would not take that chance at this time. Please get evaluated asap. Best of luck to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Loss of control: There is a condition called a phoria, which occurs when people who have otherwise straight eyes get tired or have decreased consciousness (or get drunk). The eyes "cross" temporarily but can be forced to straighten with effort. There is no danger, but it is a definite sign that you are intoxicated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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