Oculomotor nerve palsy

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Oculomotor nerve palsy
ICD-10 H49.0
ICD-9 378.52
DiseasesDB 2861
MeSH D015840

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Overview

Damage to the oculomotor nerve, termed oculomotor nerve palsy is known by the down n' out symptoms.

Causes

Pathophysiology

The affected eye looks downward, because the superior oblique (innervated by cranial nerve IV), is unantagonized by the paralyzed superior rectus and inferior oblique and looking outwards, because the lateral rectus (innervated by cranial nerve VI) is unantagonized by the paralyzed medial rectus.

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Neurology

  • The affected eye looks downward and outward

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