Proptosis

Orbital cellulitis Ophthalmic emergency, infection of soft tissues behind orbital septum extension of infection from periorbital structures (ethmoid sinusitis), face, globe, lacrimal sac or dental infection direct inoculation of orbit from trauma haematogenous spread...

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Pupillary Defects

For a really good demonstration of how this works, see Eye simulator V2.0   Physiology There are two nerves involved in pupillary responses: Optic Nerve (II) – this is the afferent nerve – it...

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