Can anybody tell me about Tolosa-Hunt Syndrome? My child is 7 years old 2 months ago had double vision, headaches. We have done many MRI's and CT Scans they can't tell me if its a tumor or inflammation. Her sympotms started on a Thursday, in 12 days they were gone. Could this be Tolosa-Hunt Syndrome?
I am 34 years old and was recently diagonsed with THS. At first they said it was 6th nerve palsy, but after the movement of my eye stopped and my lid closed they changed it to THS. I have been on steriods for a few weeks now. My lid is almost completely open and I have some movement back in my eye. Still have double vision. The progress seems to be very slow. I was wondering if there is anything else that can be done, or do I still need to "wait and see". I've had ct, mri, and angiograms, all came back good, along with my blood work. Will this ever go away and if it does will it come back?
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