#DiagnosticDilemma: What's your Diagnosis?
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A 60-year-old woman presented to the emergency department with a 2-month history of blurry vision in her left eye. Her medical history was notable for breast cancer treated 3 years earlier with lumpectomy, axillary-node dissection, radiation, and hormonal therapy. Physical exam on upward gaze is demonstrated.

What is the diagnosis?

A) Orbital metastasis
B) Unilateral Grave’s ophthalmopathy
C) Partial cranial nerve 3 palsy
D) Orbital cellulitis
E) Idiopathic orbital inflammatory disease

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S●●●●m C●●●●●k
S●●●●m C●●●●●k General Medicine
Probably orbital metastasis involving superior rectus of left eye.
Jun 16, 2020Like1
Dr. B●●●●●●i D●●●t
Dr. B●●●●●●i D●●●t Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Partial 3rd cranial nerve palsy
Jun 17, 2020Like
Dr. Y●●●●●●i U●i
Dr. Y●●●●●●i U●i Internal Medicine
Orbital metatasis
Jun 30, 2020Like