Spontaneous Recovery from Recurrent Cranial Nerve Palsies in a Diabetic Patient with History of Ischaemic Stroke: A Rare Clinical Entity

Abstract

Diabetes mellitus commonly causes involvement of cranial nerves and third nerve being the most common, however recurrent and multiple cranial nerve involvement is rare. We present here a case of recurrent cranial nerve palsy and spontaneous recovery in a patient with diabetes mellitus. 

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@inproceedings{Agrawal2014SpontaneousRF, title={Spontaneous Recovery from Recurrent Cranial Nerve Palsies in a Diabetic Patient with History of Ischaemic Stroke: A Rare Clinical Entity}, author={Prabhat Agrawal and Omkar Singh and Ayush Agrawal and Abhishek Raj}, year={2014} }