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Table 4 Red Flags for Ocular Motility Disorders in Emergency Department

From: A cohort study on acute ocular motility disorders in pediatric emergency department

- Combined Ocular Motility Disorders
- Extraocular manifestation (i.e papilledema, headache, nausea or vomiting, weight loss)
- Associated neurological signs and symptoms
- Presence of co-morbidities
- Ptosis
- Age > 6 years
- Strabismus also if isolated in subject with larger esodeviation at distance, recurrence of
  acute acquired concomitant esotropia