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Oculomotor, trochlear and abducens nerve diseases

The three pairs of cranial nerves of oculomotor (Ⅲ), trochlear (Ⅳ) and abduction (Ⅵ) are the motor nerves that dominate the ocular muscles. Because they have many common parts in the journey after leaving the brain stem and before leaving the skull, they often cause the symptoms of these three pairs of cranial nerves involved at the same time.

Symptoms

Belladonnine phytotoxicity

Transient ischemic attack

Fecal incontinence

DOPA reactive dystonia

Compensatory hyperhidrosis

Polyneuritis

Multiple peripheral neuritis

Multifocal motor neuropathy

Protein energy malnutrition

Metabolic cataract

Hypoglycemia

Metabolic alkalosis

Metabolic acidosis

Hypoglycemic syndrome

Tangier's disease

Endemic goiter

Simple obesity

Endemic cretinism

Toxic nodular goiter

Iodine derived hyperthyroidism

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