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||Ocular diabetic neuropathy [E10-E14]
Pain around the eye and forehead associated with paresis of one or more ocular cranial nerves (usually the third cranial nerve) in a patient with diabetes mellitus.
- Pain, in a patient with diabetes mellitus, developing over a few hours around one eye
- Third cranial nerve palsy, often with sparing of pupillary function, and/or paresis of the fourth and/or sixth cranial nerves
- Neuropathy develops within 7 days of onset of pain1
- Not attributed to another disorder
- Pain precedes signs of neuropathy by <7 days. During this time, criterion B is not fulfilled and the diagnosis is Probable ocular diabetic neuropathy.
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