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Diplopia after General Anesthesia a Post-Operative Complication or Mere Coincidence? Case Report

This was a case of a 50 year-old female patient with a very unexpected symptoms of diplopia encountered two weeks following uneventful laparoscopic cholecystectomy procedure done under general anesthesia. She was presented to our center complaining of double vision that is severe enough to interfere with her daily activities and force her to seek immediate counselling. She was diagnosed with Acquired unilateral sixth (abducens) nerve paresis.


Talal Abdulrahman Althomali

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