Teaching NeuroImages: herpes zoster ophthalmicus-related oculomotor palsy accompanied by Hutchinson sign.

@article{Reilly2010TeachingNH,
  title={Teaching NeuroImages: herpes zoster ophthalmicus-related oculomotor palsy accompanied by Hutchinson sign.},
  author={Gayatri S Reilly and Robert Kang Shin},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2010},
  volume={74 15},
  pages={e65}
}
A 51-year-old woman presented with acute diplopia. Findings include right ptosis, a dilated, unreactive pupil, and impaired adduction and vertical ductions (figure 1). A skin lesion was noted on the right tip of the nose, residual from a vesicular rash over the right forehead 3 weeks earlier (figure 1). MRI demonstrated enhancement of the cisternal third… CONTINUE READING