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Pediatric Cranial Nerve Palsies

What are cranial nerve palsies?

Certain cranial nerves (3, 4 and 6) control eye movement and function. Palsy means weakness or lack of function and palsies in these cranial nerves cause problems with eye function.

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Children's Team

Children's Team

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William Madigan

William Madigan

Division Chief, Ophthalmology
Chair, Pediatric Ophthalmology Fellowship Program
Departments

Departments

Ophthalmology

Our specialized pediatric ophthalmologists are experts at recognizing and treating complex eye conditions in infants and children.

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Tyson and Tyler's Story

conjoined twins

Before they had even entered the world, Children's National doctors had hatched a plan to safely deliver and then separate conjoined twins Tyson and Tyler.

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