Optical Migraine Stroke

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Diplopia is double vision caused by a defective function of the extraocular muscles or a disorder of the nerves that innervate (stimulate) the muscles.

A transient episode of diplopia is usually of no clinical significance, indicating only a brief relaxation of the fusion mechanism of the central nervous system that maintains straightness.

Double vision is usually a symptom of strabismus (deviation or misalignment of the two eyes), although not all strabismus produces double vision. In this...

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