PARADIGM SHIFT IN MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE ISOLATED CRANIAL NERVE VI PALSY

Anna Wang

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Abstract

Acute, isolated cranial nerve VI palsy from presumed microvascular ischemia was traditionally observed for spontaneous resolution for 3 months prior to further workup. Recent studies suggest immediate neuroimaging at initial workup.

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Year: 2016

Program Number: R2016196

Author Affiliation: UC Berkeley School of Optometry

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