Contraction of the extraocular
muscles leads to an increase in IOP.
When the sources are screened, a few snake species which lead to extraocular
muscle paralysis are in the front line.
The identification of risk factors for extraocular
relapse is critical for determining indications for adjuvant therapy.
The initial assessment should focus on the firmness of the swelling, extraocular
movement, and visual acuity (including evaluation for an afferent pupillary defect).
movements were intact, her facial movement was symmetric, and she attempted to turn her head to the sound of a bell.
When botulism is suggested by clinical manifestations, (e.g., descending neuroparalysis, ptosis, and extraocular
palsies), physicians should obtain a thorough food history to assist in the diagnosis and in identifying and obtaining potentially contaminated leftover food.
Injuries- Lid Laceration and Periorbital Ecchymosis
On admission, ocular examination only showed left medial rectus palsy, and movement of other extraocular
muscles was normal, and pupils were not involved [Figure 1]a and [Figure 1]b.
Yoked prism can be prescribed to reduce extraocular
muscle contracture in patients with incomitant strabismus, or applied during the ocular calisthenics exercises.
Idiopathic orbital myositis is a syndrome of the acute onset of single or multiple inflammation of the extraocular
After getting a detailed history, main findings on her clinical examination were mild proptosis in left eye, associated with slight chemosis, divergent squint 45 degrees and restricted extraocular
movements (Elevation, depression and adduction).
He developed ptosis, extraocular
palsy, and quadriparesis.