Weakness of the extraocular muscles is seen in all the following EXCEPT?(AIIMS May 2012)
1. Fisher-syndrome - an ocular variant of Gillian Barre syndrome Q can produce ophthalmoplegia, with areflexia and ataxia.
2. Eaton-lambert myasthenic syndrome can also produce ophthalmoplegia
3. Giant cell (temporal) arteritis occasionally manifests as diplopia from ischemic palsies of extraocular muscle.
4. Thyrotoxicosis - ophthalmic features
a. Common -lid retraction, chemosis, proptosis
b. Uncommon - superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis, keratoconjunctivitis sicca and diplopia
c. Rare - optic neuropathy and choroidal folds.
d. Thyrotoxicosis causes fibrosis and not paralysis of antraocular nuscless