Table 1 Demographics and clinical findings of patients with third and sixth cranial nerve neuritis

From: Idiopathic third and sixth cranial nerve neuritis

Case no., sex (F/M) Age (years) Cranial nerve involved Site Complete vs. partial Presence of pain (+) Location of the cranial nerve enhancement
1, M 21 3rd Right-sided Complete + Distal cavernous sinus, proximal extracranial segment
2, M 30 3rd Bilateral Partial Bilateral cavernous sinus
3, M 45 3rd Left-sided Complete Cisternal segment
4, F 46 3rd Right-sided Complete + Cisternal segment
5, F 65 3rd Right-sided Complete + Cavernous segment of third nerve and Cisternal segment of sixth nerve
6, M 55 3rd Left-sided Partial + Cisternal segment
7, F 55 3rd, 6th Bilateral Complete + Cavernous segment of third nerve
8, M 28 6th Right-sided   + Dorello’s canal
9, F 31 6th Right-sided   + Dorello’s canal
10, M 41 6th Right-sided   Cisternal segment
11, M 48 6th Left-sided   Cisternal segment
12, M 33 6th Right-sided   Cavernous sinus
13, F 64 6th Left-sided   Dorello’s canal
14, M 63 6th Right-sided   Cisternal segment
15, F 21 6th Left-sided   Dorello’s canal, Cavernous sinus
  1. no number, F female, M male