SPIR MRI usefulness for steroid treatment management in Tolosa-Hunt syndrome


A 40-year-old man underwent surgery for a right middle ear cholesteatoma. One month later, he presented with a subacute ocular pain that was followed one day later by the appearance of vertical diplopia attributable to a right superior rectus paresis, lid ptosis and hypoaesthesia in the territory of the I and the II right trigeminal branches. A… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10072-006-0616-9

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