Mar 22, 2018
This throwback Thursday, we revisit a high-yield discussion on diplopia, featuring Dr. Ali Hamedani. Ali navigates us through the orbit, brainstem, and midbrain as we discern the structural and physiological problems that can impede extra-ocular movements.
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