ophthalmoplegia externa

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Related to external ophthalmoplegia: Oculopharyngeal dystrophy, pigmentary retinopathy, Ophthalmoparesis

ophthalmoplegia

 [of-thal″mo-ple´jah]
paralysis of the eye muscles. adj., adj ophthalmople´gic.
ophthalmoplegia exter´na paralysis of the extraocular muscles.
ophthalmoplegia inter´na paralysis of the iris and ciliary apparatus.
nuclear ophthalmoplegia that due to a lesion of nuclei of motor nerves of eye.
Parinaud's ophthalmoplegia Parinaud syndrome.
partial ophthalmoplegia that affecting some of the eye muscles.
progressive ophthalmoplegia gradual paralysis of all the eye muscles.
total ophthalmoplegia paralysis of all the eye muscles, both intraocular and extraocular.

oph·thal·mo·ple·gi·a ex·ter·'na

paralysis affecting one or more of the extrinsic eye muscles.

oph·thal·mo·ple·gi·a ex·ter·na

(of-thal'mō-plē'jē-ă eks-ter'nă)
Paralysis affecting one or more of the extrinsic eye muscles.
Synonym(s): external ophthalmoplegia.

ophthalmoplegia

paralysis of the eye muscles.

ophthalmoplegia externa
paralysis of the extraocular muscles.
ophthalmoplegia interna
paralysis of the iris and ciliary apparatus.
nuclear ophthalmoplegia
that due to a lesion of nuclei of motor nerves of the eye.
partial ophthalmoplegia
that affecting some of the eye muscles.
progressive ophthalmoplegia
gradual paralysis of all the eye muscles.
total ophthalmoplegia
paralysis of all the eye muscles, both intraocular and extraocular.
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