Extraocular muscle damage

7 Interesting Facts of Extraocular muscle damage

  1. Damage to muscles (eg, laceration, contusion, disinsertion) can cause ocular motility dysfunction, similar to that seen with muscle entrapment accompanying an orbital fracture
  2. Extraocular muscle damage will not be accompanied by more overt symptoms associated with fractures, such as enophthalmos and globe displacement
  3. Diagnose using MRI to evaluate muscle injury; in most cases, exclusion of orbital fracture using CT scan is indicated

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