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Figure 1 A female patient aged 32 years; she presented with bilateral partial third nerve palsy: (a) right exotropia and mild ptosis in the primary position; (b) limitation of adduction in the left eye; (c) limitation of adduction in the right eye (the limitation of adduction is more in the right than in the left eye); (d); and (e) preserved bilateral elevation and depression.

Figure 1 A female patient aged 32 years; she presented with bilateral partial third nerve palsy: (a) right exotropia and mild ptosis in the primary position; (b) limitation of adduction in the left eye; (c) limitation of adduction in the right eye (the limitation of adduction is more in the right than in the left eye); (d); and (e) preserved bilateral elevation and depression.