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1

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

2

How will a patient present with a trochlear nerve palsy?

Struggle to look medially in affected eye, will tilt head to compensate

3

How will a patient present with an abducens nerve palsy?

Cannot abduct eye (look laterally)

4

List some symptoms and signs of an orbital fracture

Lid swelling
Pain
Diplopia
Reduced vision
Restricted eye movements
Enophthalmos

5

Which orbital bone is the most likely to become fractured?

Maxillary bone

6

What is thyroid eye disease?

Organ-specific autoimmune disease

7

What are the symptoms of thyroid eye disease?

Ocular irritation, red eyes, diplopia, proptosis, lid retraction, optic neuropathy

8

What are the symptoms for orbital cellulitis?

Inflamed eyelids, pain, sticky discharge,

9

What are the symptoms of orbital mass lesions?

Swelling in or around the orbit