Clinical Characteristics and Related Factors of Abducent Nerve Paralysis Caused by Internal Carotid Cavernous Fistula

  • Lilin Gao
Keywords: Carotid cavernous sinus; Abducent nerve palsy; Clinical characteristics; Related factors

Abstract

The clinical characteristics and related factors of abducent nerve paralysis caused by internal carotid cavernous
sinus impotence were analyzed. To study the relationship between abduction paralysis caused by internal carotid
cavernous sinus flaccidity and various factors, and to analyze the influence of internal carotid cavernous sinus
flaccidity on abduction paralysis by logistic regression. There were significant differences (P < 0.05) between
the two groups in the course of disease, the blood flow of flaccid mouth, the drainage of superior / inferior
petrosal sinus and the presence of intracranial fracture or high pressure. Logistic regression analysis showed that
the blood flow of flaccid mouth, the drainage of superior / inferior petrosal sinus and the presence of intracranial
fracture or high pressure were independent factors of abduction paralysis caused by the flaccid internal carotid
cavernous sinus (P < 0.05). The main risk factors of abducent nerve paralysis caused by internal carotid
cavernous sinus impotence include the blood flow of impotence mouth and whether there is intracranial fracture
or high pressure. The main risk factors are drainage of superior / inferior petrosal sinus. In the treatment, the
above factors are controlled to prevent and treat abducent nerve paralysis caused by internal carotid cavernous
sinus impotence.

Published
2020-05-01