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BOF: 2.23

A 45-year-old female presents with a history of headache. She has had a thyroidectomy in the past.

On examination she has a partial ptosis on the right, enophthalmos on the right side, the right pupil is smaller than the left and the cilio-spinal reflex is absent on the right hand side. Her vision is unimpaired, visual fields are normal and eye movements are full with no diplopia.

The lesion described is:

a)      Third nerve palsy

b)      Holmes-Adie pupil

c)      Hornerís syndrome

d)      Graveís ophthalmopathy

e)      Myasthenia gravis

 

 

 

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