Rates of other side effects, including headache, diplopia
, hypotension, nausea, vomiting, and respiratory depression, did not differ.
Giles provides suggestive readings of such mirrors and cameras, but given his reliance on a visual metaphorics of diplopia
, perspectivism, and refraction the book would benefit from an extended account of visual media such as the nineteenth-century stereoscope (which seems to be a concrete embodiment of "diplopia
"), twentieth-century innovations in camera technology, and the world wide web.
Examination of cranial nerves, specifically extraocular eye movements, includes the statement that diplopia
is maximal in the area of the neurological deficit.
Thus the person only has partial sight through the lens, often resulting in diplopia
or double vision.
Gradenigo's syndrome is characterised by a classic triad of discharging ear, retro-orbital pain, abducens nerve paralysis causing diplopia
During his first visit to our center, he complained of diplopia
, visual decrease (from vision of oculus sinister [VS] 1.
Once the patient reports the first blur, they are asked to report when diplopia
is noted and then when the target becomes clear and single, as the prism power is decreased at a constant rate.
Common complications were a tonic pupil, subconjunctival haemorrhage, chemosis, weakness of recti and diplopia
During 18th week of treatment, she complained of bogginess in her eyes towards the end of day and diplopia
when she looked laterally with her left eye.
was worse when he directed his gaze to the left or right (Figure 2, diplopia
One patient (Case no 1) had bilateral mucoceles who applied to ophthalmology department with the symptoms of enlargement of the left eye and diplopia
in the last 6 months.