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You will get a case of a patient with ptosis and inability to turn the eye up, down, or inward. At rest, the eye is deviated down and temporally, and the iris sphincter may be involved or spared. He has a history of an aneurysm, and his eye does not constrict. Two secondaries: What nerve is lesioned, AND if you are given a picture of the circle of Willis and a bunch of arrows, which artery will you pick?!

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You will get a case of a patient with ptosis and inability to turn the eye up, down, or inward. At rest, the eye is deviated down and temporally, and the iris sphincter may be involved or spared. He has a history of an aneurysm, and his eye does not constrict. Two secondaries: What nerve is lesioned, AND if you are given a picture of the circle of Willis and a bunch of arrows, which artery will you pick?!

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