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Ocular palsy due to DM.

identify the cranial nerve palsy ,patient is T2DM.

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He is T2 DM ,uncontrolled ,on OAD. Patient suddenly developed diplopia and failure to see right temporal field . His MRI scan is normal. HbA1c is 10'/. Fasting and PP blood sugar are unequivocally high. He is suffering from Right side 6 Cranial nerve palsy. This is very Common in DM. He is prescribed co-formulation insulin plus pre-lunch regular. Usually the recovery us the rule .Let us watch for the good outcome.
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Left 6th, also partial 3rd likely
Left 6th nerve palsy
Sixth nerve palsy
6th CN
He is T2 DM ,uncontrolled ,on OAD. Patient suddenly developed diplopia and failure to see right temporal field . His MRI scan is normal. HbA1c is 10'/. Fasting and PP blood sugar are unequivocally high. He is suffering from Right side 6 Cranial nerve palsy. This is very Common in DM. He is prescribed co-formulation insulin plus pre-lunch regular. Usually the recovery us the rule .Let us watch for the good outcome.

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