Flashcards in 5.2 Orbit Pathologies Deck (9):
How will a patient present with an Oculomotor nerve palsy?
Cannot adduct eye, cannot look inferiorly, cannot lift eyelid, pupil more dilated, "down and out" pupil
How will a patient present with a trochlear nerve palsy?
Struggle to look medially in affected eye, will tilt head to compensate
How will a patient present with an abducens nerve palsy?
Cannot abduct eye (look laterally)
List some symptoms and signs of an orbital fracture
Restricted eye movements
Which orbital bone is the most likely to become fractured?
What is thyroid eye disease?
Organ-specific autoimmune disease
What are the symptoms of thyroid eye disease?
Ocular irritation, red eyes, diplopia, proptosis, lid retraction, optic neuropathy
What are the symptoms for orbital cellulitis?
Inflamed eyelids, pain, sticky discharge,