Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Egyptian Doctor, Jan 16, 2013.
This is congenital ptosis in the right eye, and has lost perception ( sec to amblyopia - lazy eye ) - suggested by its axis that seems to have deviated in the direction of the stronger muscles ( innervated by CN3 ) and gravity.
Blefaroptosis l.dx. May be congenital or neurological disease.
I don't think Myasthenia gravis will affect one eye so preferentially.
Answer : Congenital Ptosis
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