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Among the 74 diabetic abducens nerve palsy patients, 53 patients were cured, and 17 patients were effectively treated, with a cure rate of 71.62% and a total efficacy rate of 94.59%.
(i) Moebius Syndrome: bilateral complete paralysis of the facial nerve and the abducens nerve
Tanriover, "Aseptic meningitis and abducens nerve palsy as a serious side effect of high dose intravenous immunoglobulin used in a patient with renal transplantation," Transplant Infectious Disease, vol.
The oculomotor nerve has been involved frequently in 85% of cases, abducens nerve in 70% of cases, trochlear nerve in 29% of cases, and ophthalmic division of trigeminal nerve in 30% of cases [11], and periarterial sympathetic fibers were in 20% of cases that causes Horner's syndrome [12, 13].
The sixth cranial nerve (abducens nerve) innervates the lateral rectus muscle in the ipsilateral eye.
Amongst the NPC patients worldwide, the abducens nerve was the most commonly affected by the tumor, and multiple cranial nerve involvement were seen amongst Malaysian patients.
One patient developed new seizures and one other patient presented with abducens nerve palsy.
(13) However, brain MRI is usually not necessary if there is a post lumbar puncture headache, being indicated only when headache is accompanied by abducens nerve palsy, lumbar radiculopathy or diagnostic confusion as a result of neck stiffness.
These include optic nerve, oculomotor nerve, trochlear nerve, abducens nerve, and the ophthalmic branch of the trigeminal nerve.
The most commonly affected cranial nerve is the abducens nerve, followed by the trigeminal nerve.
Gradenigo's syndrome is characterized by otorrhoea, facial pain in regions innervated by the first and second division of trigeminal nerve and ipsilateral abducens nerve paralysis.