MCQ – 87881

Question

A 65-year-old male diabetic patient has diplopia worse on upgaze. Ductions are full; however, on upgaze, the left eye only elevates halfway up.His pupils and the remainder of the ocular examination are normal.

What finding would most likely accompany this examination?

A. Right upper lid retraction

B.

Left nystagmus on upgaze

C.

Miotic left pupil

D.

Chin-down posturing

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