diplopia


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Synonyms for diplopia

visual impairment in which an object is seen as two objects

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As we see most of the Gradenigo's syndrome cases usually present with diplopia and ear discharge, patient usually will give importance for vision and goes to ophthalmologist first rather than otorhinolaryngologist, that is where the treatment delays, so it is the duty of the ophthalmologist who should immediately refer the case without delay to prevent complications.
His diplopia, chemosis, and conjunctivitis had improved and so did his visual acuity (from VS 0.
Our study showed atonic pupil, subconjunctival hemorrhage, chemosis, diplopia and muscle weakness as the major complications of the procedure.
Patients with bilateral sixth nerve palsies complain about binocular horizontal diplopia being worse in the gaze direction of the paretic lateral rectus muscle.
It can lead to the displacement of the globe downward and forward causing diplopia.
She presented with a history of nasal obstruction and epistaxis with subsequent tenderness, facial anesthesia involving cranial nerve V2, red eye, proptosis, diplopia, and conjunctival chemosis.
In addition, compared with baseline, significantly fewer women reported symptoms of tinnitus, diplopia, and obscurations (transient loss of vision).
On the fourth day of hospitalization, a complaint of diplopia occured.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the incidence, etiology, treatment modalities, morbidity and types of diplopia in zygomatic complex fracture.
Some of the severe vision conditions which prevent people seeing in 3-D include amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (crossed eye), convergence insufficiency (unable to maintain the correct alignment of the eyes for near targets) and diplopia (double vision).
Diplopia doubles and jaw claudication quadruples the likelihood of temporal arteritis, but the presence of other symptoms (such as anorexia, weight loss, arthralgia, fatigue, fever, polymyalgia rheumatica, vertigo, and unilateral visual loss) does not significantly increase the probability of temporal arteritis.
Asthenia, hiccup, and diplopia also have been reported.
Neurologic sequelae were observed in five children in the ICE group, and included one case each of the following: diplopia, hemiparesis, loss of vision, expressive aphasia, and cognitive and speech deficit.