Squint caused by congenital cranial nerve palsy

Squint caused by congenital cranial nerve palsy

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Caption: MODEL RELEASED. Congenital palsy. Patient affected by squint in the left eye (right of image) as a result of a congenital palsy (weakness) of the fourth cranial nerve. This nerve together with the third and sixth cranial nerves carry messages from the brain to the facial muscles responsible for the movements of the eyes.

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Keywords: condition, congenital, congenital palsy, cranial nerve palsy, disease, disorder, healthcare, ivth cranial nerve, medical, medicine, palsy, squint

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