Abducent Nerve Palsy – therapeutic options in the view of the otorhinolaryngologist

Veit M. Hofmann, Annett Pudszuhn, Nadine Thieme & Heidi Olze
Introduction: In most cases of abducent nerve paralysis patients are primarily seen by ophtalomologists, neurologists, pediatricians or physicians. The palsy is often benign and transient. More rarely inflammatory complications, trauma or tumor of the skull base cause abducent nerve palsy. These cases[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]