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Axenfeld-Schürenberg syndrome

Axenfeld-Schürenberg syndrome: Introduction

Axenfeld-Schürenberg syndrome: A congenital disorder where paralysis of the third cranial nerve controlling eye movement results in periods of eye paralysis alternating with periods of eye spasms. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Axenfeld-Schürenberg syndrome is available below.

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