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Ätiologie und Differentialdiagnose der Augenmuskelparesen aus neurologischer Sicht

  • A. Müller-Jensen
Conference paper
Part of the Deutsche Ophthalmologische Gesellschaft Bericht über die 78. Zusammenkunft in Kiel 1980 book series (OPHTHALMOLOG, volume 78)

Zusammenfassung

Nach einer kurzen Darstellung der neuro-anatomischen Grundlagen der nuklearen und infranukleären Innervation der Augenmuskeln wird über ätiologische sowie differentialdiagnostische Überlegungen in der Analyse von Augenmuskellähmungen aus neurologischer Sicht berichtet. Nach Besprechung der einzelnen Hirnnervenstörungen, insbesondere unter lokaldiagnostischen Gesichtspunkten, wird danach noch kurz auf besondere kombinierte Läsionstypen eingegangen.

Etiology and Differential Diagnosis of Eye Muscle Pareses from a Neurological Point of View

Summary

After a short representation of the neuro-anatomical basis of nuclear and infranuclear innervation of the extraocular muscles a report is given on etiological and differential diagnostical considerations in the analysis of infranuclear disorders of eye movements from the neurological point of view. After discussion of single cranial nerve palsies with special respect to local intracranial aspects beyond it special types of combined ocular motor palsies are mentioned.

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1981

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Müller-Jensen
    • 1
  1. 1.Neurol. Univ.-KlinikHamburg-EppendorfDeutschland

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