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Unilateral external ophthalmoplegia in Miller Fisher syndrome: case report.

Smith J, Clarke L, Severn P, Boyce R - BMC Ophthalmol (2007)

Bottom Line: A description of the diagnostic features of Miller Fisher syndrome.The clinical presentation, investigation, and subsequent progress of our patient with clinical unilateral external ophthalmoplegia.Our case demonstrates the presentation of clinical unilateral external ophthalmoplegia as part of the full triad of Miller Fisher syndrome.

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Affiliation: Sunderland Eye Infirmary, Sunderland, Queen Alexandra Road, Sunderland, UK. JSMITH23@doctors.org.uk

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Background: A description of the diagnostic features of Miller Fisher syndrome.

Case presentation: The clinical presentation, investigation, and subsequent progress of our patient with clinical unilateral external ophthalmoplegia.

Conclusion: Our case demonstrates the presentation of clinical unilateral external ophthalmoplegia as part of the full triad of Miller Fisher syndrome.

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Figure 1: Hess chart recorded at presentation.

Mentions: Ocular examination within the accident and emergency department showed a one-millimetre ptosis of the left upper lid, with limitation of left ocular movements in all directions of gaze. Right ocular movements were full. The remainder of the ocular and cranial nerve examination was normal. Eye movement testing showed a -2/-3 reduction in left ocular movements in all directions of gaze, with an associated +2 over-action in the corresponding right ocular movements. Figure 1 shows the Hess chart recorded at presentation.


Unilateral external ophthalmoplegia in Miller Fisher syndrome: case report.

Smith J, Clarke L, Severn P, Boyce R - BMC Ophthalmol (2007)

Hess chart recorded at presentation.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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Figure 1: Hess chart recorded at presentation.
Mentions: Ocular examination within the accident and emergency department showed a one-millimetre ptosis of the left upper lid, with limitation of left ocular movements in all directions of gaze. Right ocular movements were full. The remainder of the ocular and cranial nerve examination was normal. Eye movement testing showed a -2/-3 reduction in left ocular movements in all directions of gaze, with an associated +2 over-action in the corresponding right ocular movements. Figure 1 shows the Hess chart recorded at presentation.

Bottom Line: A description of the diagnostic features of Miller Fisher syndrome.The clinical presentation, investigation, and subsequent progress of our patient with clinical unilateral external ophthalmoplegia.Our case demonstrates the presentation of clinical unilateral external ophthalmoplegia as part of the full triad of Miller Fisher syndrome.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Sunderland Eye Infirmary, Sunderland, Queen Alexandra Road, Sunderland, UK. JSMITH23@doctors.org.uk

ABSTRACT

Background: A description of the diagnostic features of Miller Fisher syndrome.

Case presentation: The clinical presentation, investigation, and subsequent progress of our patient with clinical unilateral external ophthalmoplegia.

Conclusion: Our case demonstrates the presentation of clinical unilateral external ophthalmoplegia as part of the full triad of Miller Fisher syndrome.

Show MeSH
Related in: MedlinePlus