FAQ - ophthalmoplegia
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internal ophthalmoplegia ...?


can someone please help and tell me its causes, symptoms and ways of treatment? thank you.
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Internal opthalmoplegia is paralysis of the internal muscles of the eye. The result is loss of accommodation (inability to adjust focus) and permanently dilated pupils (sensitivity to light). The condition is often associated with neurological illnesses. It might be caused by multiple sclerosis,meningitis, stroke, drug overdose, or one of a number of neurological disorders. The treatment depends on the underlying cause, and normally involves some form of drug. This article might contain some useful information.

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