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Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences

Aberrent Regeneration, 3rd Nerve Palsy

Contributor: John Chen, MD, PhD

aberrent regeneration, 3rd nerve palsy

This patient has a long-standing right 3rd nerve palsy causing anisocoria, partial ptosis OD, mild adduction deficit OD, and moderate elevation and depression deficits OD. In addition, there are signs of aberrant regeneration where there is miosis of the pupil and mild lid elevation on adduction OD.

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last updated: 1/21/2014
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