The patient had bilateral nervus abducens
paralysis and a prominent bilateral vertical nystagmus.
4) Also, cranial neuropathies are seen in as many as 50% of cases; the oculomotor nerve is generally considered to be the most frequently involved nerve, (5) although one series found that the abducens
nerve was the most common cranial nerve involved in sphenoid pathologies, including neoplasms.
Eye examination revealed the continuation of bilateral abducens
paresis and left optic disc edema.
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There are no localizing neurologic signs other than abducens
Next, the nail almost grazed the oculomotor, trochlear, and abducens
nerves, which control eye muscles, eyelids, and pupil dilation.
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Schmidinger et al published a case report in which they followed a patient with a skull base chondroid lesion with MRI for more than 12 years, and the only associated symptom they noted was a mild, nonprogressive abducens
nerve paresis may be causes by ischaemia, local inflammation, or increased intracranial pressure.
The cavernous sinus lies laterally containing the internal carotid artery, the occulomotor, trochlear and abducens
nerves, and branches of the trigeminal nerve.
Optic was strong, but abducens
was weak on the right.
Intracavernous carotid aneurysm--an unusual cause of isolated abducens