How does hemorrhagic stroke (or brain damage) cause hypertropia to one eye?

Through. Damage to the fourth cranial nerve. When this nerve is damaged, the eye on the same side will point higher than the other eye.

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How could hemorrhagic stroke (or brain damage) cause hypertropia to one eye?

Brainstem. Brain centers that control alignment of the eyes are located in the brainstem (lower part of the brain such as medulla, pons and midbrain). Damage to these areas can create a misalignment (or a skew) which can be defined as hypertropia.

Can you tell me how hemorrhagic stroke (or brain damage) cause hypertropia to one eye?

Brainstem. Stroke in the area of the brain called brainstem can cause misalignment of the eye (s). There are parts of brainstem that control horizontal and vertical alignment. If damaged, they can cause hypo (one eye lower)- or hyper (one eye higher)- tropia.