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Laura Young

This is SO true.
I'll never forget being in neurology rounds at a major Chicago hospital. I was sitting there in a room filled with white coats and a woman was presented who was having difficulty moving her eyes...they were very weak, so her gaze was pretty much fixed and it hurt to try and move them around to look up or down, side to side.
The diagnosis?
Painful opthalamoplegia. Latin translation:Painful eyes that can't move.

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