This patient with trochleitis exhibits left upper lid ptosis and edema without conjunctival injection
Inflammation of the superior oblique tendon within the trochlea, or
trochleitis, is characterized by local pain, swelling, and
tenderness, which worsen with upward gaze in abduction
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