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Case Report of Three Cases of Idiopathic Oculomotor Nerve Palsy Treated with Hominis Placenta Pharmacopuncture
Jung, Ki-Hun; Kim, Min-Seok; Hwang, Hee-Sang; Jeon, Jae-Cheon; Park, Jae-Yeon; Lee, Tae-Ho; Lee, Eun-Yong; Roh, Jeong-Du
Objective : Oculomotor nerve palsy is a disorder which causes eyeball movement trouble, diplopia, dizziness and eyelid ptosis. It is caused by aneurysm, mass, trauma, infection and so on. But sometimes we can't establish the cause. We observed 3 cases of idiopathic oculomotor nerve palsy patient treated with hominis placenta pharmacopuncture. Method & Result : We treated three idiopathic oculomotor nerve palsy patients with hominis placenta pharmacopuncture and electroacupuncture. As the result, symptoms of three patients were improved remarkably. Conclusion : In this cases, the hominis placenta pharmacopuncture is effective on idiopathic oculomotor nerve palsy. We need further study about idiopathic oculomotor nerve palsy and hominis placenta pharmacopuncture.
Hominis Placenta; Pharmacopuncture; Oculomotor Nerve Palsy
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