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Internal ophthalmoplegia is what?
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Dr. Dan Fisher
Internal Medicine
In brief: Eye movement disorde
I think you mean internuclear ophthalmoplegia (ino).
This is a disorder of eye movement in which one eye cannot move completely to the midline. This usually results in double vision and jerky eye movements with far horizontal gaze. Ino is caused by a lesion in the brain area known as the medial logituinal fasciculus (mlf).

In brief: Eye movement disorde
I think you mean internuclear ophthalmoplegia (ino).
This is a disorder of eye movement in which one eye cannot move completely to the midline. This usually results in double vision and jerky eye movements with far horizontal gaze. Ino is caused by a lesion in the brain area known as the medial logituinal fasciculus (mlf).
Dr. Dan Fisher
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