Ophthalmoplegic migraine paediatric oculomotor schwannoma

IV. Neuropathies and Nuclear Palsies

The near point of accommodation can be excessively recessed. If the child holds reading material too close for too long, even normal accommodative and convergence amplitudes are inadequate to sustain long periods of reading. Doran M, Larner AJ. Diagnosing Third Cranial Nerve Palsy Whether you assess the patient yourself or refer to a neuro-ophthalmologist, documentation of an acute or progressive process is critical, said Dr.

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We systematically reviewed all published adult and pediatric cases of ophthalmoplegic migraine in the magnetic resonance imaging MRI era since and analyzed demographic, clinical, and radiologic characteristics. Occipital neuralgia and the C1-C2 arthrosis syndrome. Impaired trigeminal nociceptive processing in patients with trigeminal neuralgia.

Mol Med ; Difficulty converging both eyes simultaneously to focus on reading. Unilateral optic neuritis in a Chinese population in three centers.

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Ophthalmoplegic migraine: a recurrent demyelinating neuropathy?

Significance of neurovascular contact in classical trigeminal neuralgia. Convergence amplitudes are measured using a prism bar.Personal Statement.

The University of Washington provides an extraordinary environment for research, teaching and clinical practice. Here, I can participate in translational research that takes the innovations of the laboratory into the clinic to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of vestibular and oculomotor disorders in adults and children.

aPediatric Ophthalmology and Ocular Genetics, Aravind Eye Care Sys-tem, In children, ophthalmoplegic migraine with recurrent oculomotor palsy is rare but should Managing oculomotor nerve palsy is challenging, and depends on the cause, motility, and presence.

Transient oculomotor synkinesis can be seen following oculomotor palsy in ophthalmoplegic migraine, although it has rarely been reported.

This interesting clinical finding helps in better understanding of the pathophysiology of ophthalmoplegic migraine. A Case of Recurrent Benign Episodic Unilateral Mydriasis and Decreased Visual Acuity and Review of the Literature Unilateral mydriasis has a variety of causes, some of which are life-threatening.

Migraine with benign episodic unilateral mydriasis is a nonsurgical cause of. Oculomotor nerve schwannoma is an extremely rare tumor. Only less than 40 cases have been reported in the literature. We report the case of a small oculomotor nerve schwannoma arising from the. Oculomotor nerve schwannoma are rare, and even more so in children.

They are as a rule benign and most often occur in the context of neurofibromatosis.

Oculomotor Nerve

Their revealing symptoms may also be ophthalmoplegic migraine, or hemiparesis due to compression of the midbrain peduncle. Thirteen similar paediatric cases were found in the literature.

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