Double Trouble II

Sowka, Joseph W.; Kabat, Alan G.
November 2012
Review of Optometry;11/15/2012, Vol. 149 Issue 11, p79
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The article focuses on an individual suffering from eye related disease called double vision. It informs about the patient's history of disease development wherein he was treated with primary open-angle glaucoma and subsequently developed double vision from coincident cranial nerve (CN) III palsy. It includes information on cranial nerve III palsy that gains with an onset of unilateral ptosis and ophthalmoplegia.


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