as the presenting sign of silent sinus syndrome.
following Streptococcus suis type 2 meningitis.
acute onset of vertical diplopia
in the absence of ptosis
In our case, diplopia
completely improved approximately four months after the incident and orbital movements returned to normal.
Six months later, the patient represented with diplopia
, but this time had signs of a left sided VIth cranial nerve palsy.
Fixation instability and inability to maintain binocular fusion will result in intermittent diplopia
and blur (Cockerham et al.
This is the first time that Turkey is hosting the Diplopia
Neuro-Opthalmic Problems (Pupils, Diplopia
, Vision loss, Papilledema)
Subsequent hypnotic imagery and posthypnotic suggestion were accompanied by significantly improved control of pain, sitting balance, and diplopia
and a return to ambulatory capacity within 2 wks of beginning treatment with hypnosis.
Finally, damage to the peripheral or central vestibular system, including brainstem, cortex, and cerebellum, may cause nystagmus, blurred vision, or diplopia
secondary to a skew deviation.
A 25- year-old woman with complaints of fluctuating extraocular muscle weakness, ptosis, and diplopia
since 3 years was examined.
Adverse events were dizziness (37%), which was transient and usually ceased as patients adjusted to the medication; headache (18%), fatigue, and nasopharyngitis (14% each); and diplopia
, abnormal vision, and upper respiratory tract infection (13% each).
At 15:40 hours acetaminophen 1 gr IV was administrated for analgesia; immediately the patient exhibited diplopia
, respiratory failure with superficial breathing, asthenia, dysarthria.
is double vision in one eye - this continues even when you completely cover the unaffected eye.
He was then lost to follow-up and again presented a month later with diplopia