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tolosa-Hunt syndrome

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Mondo Description Tolosa-Hunt syndrome is an ophthalmoplegic syndrome, affecting all age groups, characterized by acute attacks (lasting a few days to a few weeks) of periorbital pain, ipsilateral ocular motor nerve palsies, ptosis, disordered eye movements and blurred vision usually caused by a non-specific inflammatory process in the cavernous sinus and superior orbital fissure. It has an unpredicatable course with spontaneous remission occurring in some and recurrence of attacks in others.
Mondo Term and Equivalent IDs
MONDO:0018983:  tolosa-Hunt syndrome
GARD:0007777: 
MESH:D020333: 
NCIT:C85193: 
Orphanet:64686: 
SCTID:95794005: 
UMLS:C0040381: 
UMLS:C0392060: 
UMLS:CN205421: 
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