Delayed third cranial nerve palsy after aneurysm wrapping.

Abstract

Third cranial nerve palsy after aneurysm wrapping may be caused by damage to the nerve during surgical dissection, perianeurysmal inflammation related to the cotton used to wrap the aneurysm, or, if fibrin glue is also used, adherence of the wrapping material to the nerve. In almost all cases, the palsy occurs immediately after surgery. We recently examined… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/WNO.0b013e318182f68b

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