Introduction: Although oculomotor nerve palsy is associated with signifycant morbidity. Cryptococcal meningitis presenting as only isolated oculomotor nerve palsy with pupillary involvement is rare. Head trauma resulting in extradural/subdural haematoma (Fig. Craniotomy and neck clipping of the aneurysm revealed the origin at the junction of the internal carotid artery and posterior communicating artery, and elevation of the oculomotor nerve. The eye was proptotic. Concerning age, sex, the state of glycemic control, diabetic complications and method of treatment, there were no differences disclosed in the diabetic patients with cranial nerve palsy. Less than half of these patients show any subsequent recovery in sense of smell.
On examination, she still had complete pupil-sparing left third nerve palsy. This 81-year-old diabetic minister experienced sudden onset of horizontal diplopia accompanied by a mild ache behind the left eye while walking back to the limousine at his wife’s