An adult patient with double vision

  • KC Koh
Keywords: diplopia, headache, sinusitis, sixth nerve palsy


A 27-year old Nepali man presented with a four-day history of fever, vomiting and horizontal diplopia. There was no history of trauma. (copied from article)


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KohK. (2012). An adult patient with double vision. Malaysian Family Physician, 8(1), 3. Retrieved from
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