H. El Dirani

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Chickenpox can be responsible for various ophthalmologic complications [4]. An internal ophthalmoplegia could be observed in this context and is responsible for a fixed pupil [2]. This complication is extremely rare and seems to occur mainly in young children during the two weeks following cutaneous eruption. We report an atypical observation of internal(More)
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