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Was ambled maxillofacial surgery for facial injuries, pupils dilated. Sounds like?

admitted through E/R in the ward patient was in special care for observation Patient was give pain free antibiotics and pain killers and regularly physiotherapy was done and patient was ambled maxillofacial surgery was attending for facial injuries and the abrasions on face are improved and healed per orbital swelling is improved and there is drooping of left upper lid unable to open eye and pupil dilated ophthalmology was consulted for that and eye condition will improve with time and patient was shifted to ward patient was vitally stable
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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As per the information provided your patient seems to have third nerve palsy involving both its upper and lower division. The reason for it is probably related to trauma which may be in the orbit or further inside in cranial cavity. I am sure your primary treating physician must have evaluated for the same. No treatment is needed at present might recover spontaneously.i hope this will help you
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