Nerve palsy

What is Nerve palsy?

Nerve palsy is a disorder associated with dysfunction of cranial nerve .

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I have been recently diagnosed with 6th nerve palsy and had an ct scan and mri done which came back normal so I'm at a loss as to what has...

doctor1 MD

It seems from the history that you are having 6th nerve palsy.
Since CT scan and MRI scan are normal this will rule out serious causes like...

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I'm currently having injections of Methyprednisolone weekly for 12 wks. Have had 4 wks of 1gram, next will be 750 for 4 wks then 500mg for the...

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dear sir,
treat the underlying cause.
steroid would be stopped with a tapering doses observe for 3 months . to releave diplopia vision is corrected...

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hi, My father (52) have some problem in his eye. his right eye is not moving in right side direction. (Moving in left side). what should i do ??

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welcome to healthcaremagic portal
your father has a muscle paralysis.This may be of ocular origin or may be due to a defect in the brain.A cause...

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