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2004 Series -  January 27, 2004 Lecture 49 of 50  NEXT»

 

    5-year-old patient  

This 5-year-old child has the appearance shown here when attempting to look up and to the right. 

 1.  The most likely diagnosis is:  
   a.  Brown syndrome
 b.  dissociated vertical deviation
 c.  double elevator palsy
 d.  none of the above
 
 2.  The course of the above is most likely:   
   a.  superior oblique palsy
 b.  mechanical restriction to elevation in adduction
 c.  a chin-down posture
 d.  periodic nystagmus
 
 3.  The most likely head posture for this patient is:  
 

 a.  left face turn
 b.  chin down
 c.  face pointing up to the right, eyes down left
 d.  no consistent head posture

 


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