extraocular movement

extraocular movement

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His physical examination was notable for left visual acuity limited to hand motion only, limited extraocular movement, conjunctival injection, and hypopyon.
1,2,5,6) The clinical presentation usually includes progressive proptosis, pain, limitation of extraocular movement, diplopia, and vision loss over a period of months.
Other neurologic examinations showed limitation of extraocular movement in all directions, normal pupil size and light reflex, and facial diplegia.
The initial assessment should focus on the firmness of the swelling, extraocular movement, and visual acuity (including evaluation for an afferent pupillary defect).
In contrast, postseptal infections are confined to the orbital walls, and they usually manifest as chemosis, proptosis, conjunctival erythema, limited extraocular movement, and/or visual changes.
Physical examination revealed normal pupils with normal reaction to light, full extraocular movements with prominent gaze-evoked nystagmus, and slight left eyelid droop with no ptosis.
The patient showed drastic improvement in vision, extraocular movements and proptosis on follow-up visits.
Common signs and symptoms include diplopia, enophthalmos, infraortbital hypoesthesia, and decreased extraocular movements.
Vision was normal in both eyes, there were no signs of optic nerve compression, and extraocular movements were normal.
She was able to follow commands, her pupils were equal and reactive to light, and her extraocular movements and blink/corneal reflex were intact.