Double Trouble: A Practical Guide to the Work-up and Causes of Diplopia
1. A patient presents reporting double vision. What is the first step in guiding a diplopia work-up?
2. Comitant diplopia means:
3. Which of the following will best aid in ruling out uncorrected astigmatism (refractive cause) in a patient with a monocular double vision complaint?
4. Which test aids in determining an isolated cranial nerve palsy?
5. Hypertropia means the eye position is pointing ___________.
6. A patient reports with sudden onset ptosis on the left upper eyelid. You can see that the left eye is pointing down and outwards. Which cranial nerve is likely affected?
7. Binocular diplopia can be caused by all the disorders listed below EXCEPT:
8. Which of the following is NOT a common cause of Cranial Nerve Four Palsy?
9. Internuclear ophthalmoplegia is a condition in which the affected eye does not?
10. Which of the following systemic conditions could be an underlying cause of a patient reporting binocular double vision?

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