extraocular movement

extraocular movement

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On the next day, he complained of diplopia with extraocular movement limitation and was admitted to the Second Affiliated Hospital of Nanchang University.
Examination revealed significant left periocular swelling, relative afferent pupillary defect, chemosis, extraocular movement limitation, and no light perception in the left globe.
His physical examination was notable for left visual acuity limited to hand motion only, limited extraocular movement, conjunctival injection, and hypopyon.
When admitted to the hospital on July 20, she had bilateral ptosis, extraocular movement dysfunction, absence of gag reflex, and prominent muscle weakness.
Other neurologic examinations showed limitation of extraocular movement in all directions, normal pupil size and light reflex, and facial diplegia.
Head, eyes, ears, nose, throat: pupils are equal, round, and reactive to light and accommodation; extraocular movement intact; retinal exam is depicted in the Figure.
Extraocular movement restriction was not only due to nerve involvement, but mechanical restriction also contributed as evidenced by the thickening of the muscles seen in MRI.
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.
Orbital cellulitis generally begins periorbitally and then progresses to varying degrees of proptosis, chemosis, extraocular movement limitations, abscess, visual loss, and possibly meningitis,
The initial assessment should focus on the firmness of the swelling, extraocular movement, and visual acuity (including evaluation for an afferent pupillary defect).
There was a very large bilateral convergent squint and both eyes were fixed in extreme adducted position with no possibility of extraocular movement.