A 36-Year-Old Woman With Painful Swelling and Ophthalmoplegia of the Right Eye

Sumaira Nabi, MBBS; Sadaf Khattak, MBBS; Mansoor Iqbal, MBBS, FCPS


June 11, 2014

The literature indicates that patient outcomes are good in close to 80% of cases,[21] with symptomatic resolution, improved eyelid closure, and ocular motility, and with radiographic regression of the disease process in the follow-up period. The patient in this case regained full range of eye motion.


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