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What is superior oblique myokymia? Superior oblique myokymia (SOM) is a neurologic disorder that affects vision. It is a problem concerning the fourth cranial nerve and its relationship to the superior oblique muscle. Superior oblique myokymia is a condition that presents as repeated, brief episodes of movement, shimmering or shaking of the vision of one eye, a feeling of the eye trembling, or vertical/tilted double vision. It can present as one or more of these symptoms. Diagnosis is most often made by the elimination of other conditions, disorders or diseases. ............................................................................................................................... Please be advised that this site was created by adults for the use of other adults. Content makes this site inappropriate for use by children or other people of a sensitive nature. Just keeping it real.
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