60 yo w/ hx insulin dependent diabetes, HTN, HLD, presents to the ED complaining of double vision and drooping eyelid for 3 days. POC glucose 359. CTH w/o and CTA head negative. What's the likely diagnosis?
Diplopia or "double vision" is not an uncommon visual complaint n the ED. The differential ranges from the benign to badness. Read on below for a few pearls regarding diplopia.
Here's your roadmap for working through the differential diagnosis of a red eye.