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A 51-year-old woman sustained a head injury with brief loss of consciousness during a car accident. She was immediately taken to our emergency department and presented with severe headache, dizziness and diplopia. On physical examination, she showed extraocular movements with failed adduction of the right eye while looking left (figure 1) but normal gaze while looking right. …
Contributors C-HH planned the study. C-WH interpreted and edited all images. W-CL wrote and submitted the study. All authors participated in the work.
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