• A 15-year-old girl had rapid onset of an apparent bilateral internal ophthalmoplegia. Subsequent evaluation revealed a large craniopharyngioma. It is uncommon for a mass to cause such eye findings and unique for a craniopharyngioma to manifest in this fashion.
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