The eye is turned out and slightly down, the pupil is dilated and ptosis is usually severe enough to close the eye. Trauma is an important cause in young people but a posterior communicating aneurysm should also be considered, particularly if it is associated with pain. Other causes include demyelination, diabetes, microvascular occlusion and herpes zoster infection. Recovery of nerve function particularly after compressive lesions can lead to a phenomenon known as aberrant regeneration. This can manifest as atypical pupil or lid responses on attempted eye movement.
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