A 53-year-old woman presented to our institution with a 2-month history of diplopia
, followed by bouts of intermittent vertical diplopia
that were more pronounced later in the day.
Occasionally pre-regs may have a patient present in their clinic with sudden onset diplopia
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Contract notice: Opticians service including eyeglass lenses and contact lenses for people with aphakia or diplopia
or double vision is seeing two images of a single object, either one on top of the other, side by side, or a mix of both.
Neurological examination revealed intact language and cognition, significant bilateral diplopia
and nystagmus worse to the right, bilateral dysmetria worse on the left, and broad-based gait ataxia.
Headaches, unexplained fever, nausea, vomiting, neck stiffness, confusion, seizures, abnormal behaviour, new onset of psychiatric symptoms, altered level of consciousness, focal neurological signs, diplopia
, unexplained blindness and sometimes coma are some of the ways in which CM may present in HIV-positive patients.
Neurologic examination demonstrated vestibular ataxia, hearing loss, and diplopia
resulting from cranial nerve VI palsy.
During the consultations we hear frequent complaints of eye-strain, asthenopia, headaches, blurred distance and/or near vision, dry and irritated eyes, slow refocusing, neck and backache, photophobia, sensation of diplopia
, light sensitivity, and double vision, but because of the lack of information, we overlooked them too easily, without going thoroughly into the real motives.
Symptoms include: fatigue, blurred distal or proximal vision, headache, dry or irritated eyes, neck and/or backaches, blurred near vision and diplopia
There may be delirium, shivering, diplopia
, a feeling as if the head were hot and the body cold, and the whole body may feel hypersensitive, Symptoms here are worse from touch or motion, rest or damp cold, and are better from lying down or having the head held low.
Pupillary involvement may develop a few days after onset of diplopia
as an aneurysm expands.
The text includes information on the diagnosis of patients with dementia, aphasia, seizures, syncope, sleep disorders, visual loss, diplopia
, dysphagia, headache, hyperkinesis, acute muscle weakness, and other problems, as well as neuroimaging; selection of electrodiagnostic, cerebrospinal fluid, and other ancillary testing; common office problems in pediatric neurology; and ethical issues.