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Figure 2: Clinical picture of Case 2 (left esotropic Duane's retraction syndrome) showing left esodeviation in primary gaze and limitation of abduction in attempted levoversion and globe retraction on attempted dextroversion followed by sequential section magnetic resonance imaging at pons showing right-sided sixth nerve (arrow) in cisternal segment and left sixth nerve (arrow) exiting at higher level from pons and taking horizontal course in comparison to the right side and entering into Meckel's cave

Figure 2: Clinical picture of Case 2 (left esotropic Duane's retraction syndrome) showing left esodeviation in primary gaze and limitation of abduction in attempted levoversion and globe retraction on attempted dextroversion followed by sequential section magnetic resonance imaging at pons showing right-sided sixth nerve (arrow) in cisternal segment and left sixth nerve (arrow) exiting at higher level from pons and taking horizontal course in comparison to the right side and entering into Meckel's cave