Anisocoria: Unequal pupil size, which may represent a benign physiologic variant or a manifestation of disease. Pathologic anisocoria reflects an abnormality in the musculature of the iris (IRIS DISEASES) or in the parasympathetic or sympathetic pathways that innervate the pupil. Physiologic anisocoria refers to an asymmetry of pupil diameter, usually less than 2mm, that is not associated with disease.Reflex, Pupillary: Constriction of the pupil in response to light stimulation of the retina. It refers also to any reflex involving the iris, with resultant alteration of the diameter of the pupil. (Cline et al., Dictionary of Visual Science, 4th ed)Pupil: The aperture in the iris through which light passes.Adie Syndrome: A syndrome characterized by a TONIC PUPIL that occurs in combination with decreased lower extremity reflexes. The affected pupil will respond more briskly to accommodation than to light (light-near dissociation) and is supersensitive to dilute pilocarpine eye drops, which induce pupillary constriction. Pathologic features include degeneration of the ciliary ganglion and postganglionic parasympathetic fibers that innervate the pupillary constrictor muscle. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p279)Oculomotor Nerve Diseases: Diseases of the oculomotor nerve or nucleus that result in weakness or paralysis of the superior rectus, inferior rectus, medial rectus, inferior oblique, or levator palpebrae muscles, or impaired parasympathetic innervation to the pupil. With a complete oculomotor palsy, the eyelid will be paralyzed, the eye will be in an abducted and inferior position, and the pupil will be markedly dilated. Commonly associated conditions include neoplasms, CRANIOCEREBRAL TRAUMA, ischemia (especially in association with DIABETES MELLITUS), and aneurysmal compression. (From Adams et al., Principles of Neurology, 6th ed, p270)Horner Syndrome: A syndrome associated with defective sympathetic innervation to one side of the face, including the eye. Clinical features include MIOSIS; mild BLEPHAROPTOSIS; and hemifacial ANHIDROSIS (decreased sweating)(see HYPOHIDROSIS). Lesions of the BRAIN STEM; cervical SPINAL CORD; first thoracic nerve root; apex of the LUNG; CAROTID ARTERY; CAVERNOUS SINUS; and apex of the ORBIT may cause this condition. (From Miller et al., Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology, 4th ed, pp500-11)Iris: The most anterior portion of the uveal layer, separating the anterior chamber from the posterior. It consists of two layers - the stroma and the pigmented epithelium. Color of the iris depends on the amount of melanin in the stroma on reflection from the pigmented epithelium.Ophthalmoplegia: Paralysis of one or more of the ocular muscles due to disorders of the eye muscles, neuromuscular junction, supporting soft tissue, tendons, or innervation to the muscles.Dark Adaptation: Adjustment of the eyes under conditions of low light. The sensitivity of the eye to light is increased during dark adaptation.

Waardenburg syndrome with anisocoria and exotropia. (1/20)

A case of Waardenburg syndrome with unusual features such as anisocoria, exotropia is reported.  (+info)

Proximal M2 false aneurysm after head trauma--Case report. (2/20)

A 72-year-old male presented with a post-traumatic false aneurysm of the right proximal M2 artery with massive subarachnoid hemorrhage after closed head injury. Serial computed tomography (CT) and angiography showed the development of the aneurysm which was verified at autopsy. He was admitted in a drowsy state just after a motorcycle accident. Initial brain CT showed subarachnoid hemorrhage without skull fracture. Follow-up brain CT showed a huge hematoma in the right temporal lobe. He died 47 hours after the accident. Histological examination of the aneurysm showed a false aneurysm. Delayed diagnosis of traumatic aneurysms leads to high mortality, so early surgical treatment is essential to save such patients.  (+info)

Late detection of supraclinoid carotid artery aneurysm after traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage and occlusion of the ipsilateral cervical internal carotid artery. (3/20)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: We report the first case of traumatic aneurysm of the supraclinoid internal carotid artery (ICA), which we speculate may have developed or grown after traumatic occlusion of the ipsilateral cervical ICA. CASE DESCRIPTION: A 26-year-old man presented with severe traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) and occlusion of the right cervical ICA after a motor vehicle accident. Three-dimensional CT angiography on admission showed no aneurysm. However, cerebral angiography 3 weeks after the injury showed a large aneurysm of the right supraclinoid ICA. The aneurysm was trapped, and pathological examination showed that it was a traumatic aneurysm. CONCLUSIONS: In this case we cannot be sure that the aneurysm was not present on admission. In view of the significant SAH, a lesson of this case may be to suspect such an aneurysm early on and perform early diagnostic cerebral angiography.  (+info)

Pupillary evaluation for differential diagnosis of coma. (4/20)

OBJECTIVES: To determine the usefulness of bedside evaluation of pupils in determining the aetiology of coma by adopting a probabilistic approach. PATIENTS AND METHODS: One hundred and fifteen consecutive patients presenting with coma were enrolled in this prospective cohort during the 12 month study period in the emergency room of a community teaching hospital. Patients underwent structured clinical examinations and laboratory and imaging tests. Assignment of aetiology of coma was based on strict adherence to predetermined criteria and achieved by consensus of the two physician investigators. One year follow up was obtained in all patients. RESULTS: Aetiology of coma was determined in 98% of the patients. It was metabolic in 69 patients (60%) and structural in 46 patients (40%). Metabolic causes included drug overdose, acute alcohol intoxication, hypoglycaemia, sepsis, and pneumonia. Structural causes included intracerebral haemorrhage, subarachnoid haemorrhage, cerebral infarction, subdural haematoma, and epidural haematoma. Multivariate logistic regression analysis showed light reflex loss (likelihood ratio for positive test result 3.59) and anisocoria (likelihood ratio for positive test result 9.0) as independent predictors of structural origin. CONCLUSIONS: In this prospective study of patients presenting to the emergency room of a community based teaching hospital with coma, in about 60% the coma is of metabolic origins and in about 40% of structural origins. Light reflex loss and anisocoria suggest a structural aetiology.  (+info)

The sensitivity and specificity of 0.5% apraclonidine in the diagnosis of oculosympathetic paresis. (5/20)

AIMS: To evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of 0.5% apraclonidine test in the diagnosis of oculosympathetic paresis (OSP). METHOD: Apraclonidine (0.5%) was administered to 31 eyes, nine with a diagnosis of Horner syndrome (HS), 22 with bilateral OSP caused by diabetes, and to 54 control eyes. All were confirmed with the cocaine test. The effects on pupil diameter and upper eyelid level were observed 1 hour later. RESULTS: Apraclonidine caused a mean dilation of 2.04 mm (range 1--4.5) (p<0.001) in the pupils with OSP and it caused pupillary constriction in the control eyes with a mean change of -0.14 mm (range 0.5 to --1) (p<0.05). It caused reversal of anisocoria in all HS cases. Its effects on both pupil diameters and upper lid levels differed significantly between the groups (p<0.001). The mean elevation in the upper lid was 1.75 mm (range 1--4) in the OSP group (p<0.001) and 0.61 mm (range 0--3) in the control group (p<0.001). CONCLUSION: The effect of the apraclonidine (0.5%) test on the pupil diameter was diagnostic for OSP and had at least the same sensitivity and specificity as the cocaine test for the diagnosis of OSP.  (+info)

When cluster headache was called histaminic cephalalgia (Horton's headache). (6/20)

The Author revives his experiences and reminiscences in the frontline research and everyday clinical practice dealing with what was then called "histaminic cephalalgia" (Horton's headache). In this context, the Author, one of the historical representatives of the School of Florence, reports an outline of the contribution of this pioneering period in order to promote research ideas concerning possible brain involvement in cluster headache (CH) pathogenesis, which is currently accepted worldwide. The recent history of CH has registered remarkable progress in revealing the mystery of this pathology and it is likely that, in the near future, through the development of better education and new treatments, the overall suffering of patients will be further minimised.  (+info)

Bilateral tonic pupils: Holmes Adie syndrome or generalised neuropathy? (7/20)

AIM: To compare the pupil signs in patients with bilateral pupillotonia caused by Holmes-Adie syndrome or generalised peripheral neuropathy. METHODS: Infrared video pupillographic techniques were used to measure a number of pupil variables in patients with Holmes-Adie syndrome, generalised neuropathy (various aetiologies) and healthy age-matched control subjects. RESULTS: Regardless of aetiology, the patients generally had pupil signs typical of pupillotonia (small dark diameters, large light diameters, tonic near responses, attenuated light responses with light-near dissociation, and sector palsy). However, significant differences were found in the prevalence and magnitude of several pupil variables in the two patient groups. In particular, sector palsy and anisocoria exceeding 1 mm (in the light) were seen much more commonly in Holmes-Adie patients than patients with generalised neuropathy. The presence of both these pupil signs can be used to distinguish between these diagnoses with a sensitivity of 58% and a specificity of 90%. CONCLUSIONS: The tonic pupils of patients with Holmes-Adie syndrome are significantly different to those found in patients with generalised neuropathy; recognition of these differences may allow distinction between these diagnoses.  (+info)

Sex-specific lateralization of contraction anisocoria in transient pupillary light reflex. (8/20)

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*Oculomotor nerve

Anisocoria Cranial nerve Oculomotor nucleus This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of Gray's ...

*Index of anatomy articles

... anatomical terms of motion anatomy anconeus angiography angiology angular gyrus anhidrosis animal morphology anisocoria ankle ...

*Anisocoria

... has various causes: Physiological anisocoria: About 20% of normal people have a slight difference in pupil size ... Anisocoria is usually a benign finding, unaccompanied by other symptoms (physiological anisocoria). Old face photographs of ... One of the other writers researched it and discovered that Judd Hirsch suffers from anisocoria. Anisocoria is composed of ... "Anisocoria Differential Diagnoses". emedicine.medscape.com. Retrieved 3 June 2017. Medscape, online. "Anisocoria Clinical ...

*Mechanical anisocoria

... "Causes of Anisocoria". Medscape. Retrieved 3 November 2015. ... damage to the dilator muscle is indicated by anisocoria when light intensity is lowered.Anisocoria refers to a common eye ... In mechanical anisocoria, this is the result of damage to the iris dilator muscle, which may be caused by trauma, angle-closure ...

*Physiological anisocoria

... is when human pupils differ in size. It is generally considered to be benign, though it must be ... At any given eye examination, up to 41% of healthy patients can show an anisocoria of 0.4 mm or more at one time or another. It ... The prevalence of physiological anisocoria has not been found to be influenced by the sex, age, or iris color of the subject. ... Asymmetric pupil or dyscoria, potential causes of anisocoria, refer to an abnormal shape of the pupil which can happens due to ...

*Marcus Gunn pupil

Anisocoria is absent. A Marcus Gunn pupil is seen, among other conditions, in optic neuritis. It is also common in retrobulbar ... Argyll Robertson pupil Adie syndrome Anisocoria Cycloplegia Miosis Parinaud's syndrome Syphilis Pupillary light reflex " ...

*Superficial siderosis

Anisocoria- Unequal size of pupils. The most commonly described underlying cause of superficial siderosis is chronic bleeding ...

*Mydriasis

Anisocoria is the condition of one pupil being more dilated than the other. There are two types of muscle that control the size ... Miosis Anisocoria Mydriasis in Farlex medical dictionary. In turn citing: The American Heritage Medical Dictionary (2007) ...

*Horner's syndrome

The ptosis of Horner syndrome can be quite mild or barely noticeable (partial ptosis).[citation needed] When anisocoria occurs ... In France and Italy, Claude Bernard is also eponymized with the condition ("Claude Bernard-Horner syndrome"). Anisocoria ...

*Traumatic brain injury

Anisocoria, unequal pupil size, is another sign of serious TBI. Abnormal posturing, a characteristic positioning of the limbs ...

*Apraclonidine

This causes the reversal of anisocoria that is characteristic of Horner's. Topical apraclonidine can also decrease IOP in ...

*Heterochromia iridum

Complete heterochromia in a teenager who also has anisocoria. A young adult exhibiting sectoral heterochromia in the form of an ...

*Pupillary response

Anisocoria is the condition of one pupil being more dilated than the other. Dilated fundus examination Iris sphincter muscle ...

*Miosis

Anisocoria is the condition of one pupil being more dilated than the other. Light entering the eye strikes three different ...

*Cycloplegia

Adie syndrome Anisocoria Marcus Gunn pupil Miosis Parinaud's syndrome Syphilis "cycloplegia" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary. ...

*4-Hydroxyamphetamine

Patients with Horner's syndrome exhibit anisocoria brought about by lesions on the nerves that connect to the nasociliary ...

*Dejerine-Sottas disease

Symptoms that are less common can include limitation of eye movements, other eye problems such as nystagmus or anisocoria, or ...

*Pupillometry

Alterations of the pupil light reflex, size of the pupil, and anisocoria (unequal pupils) are correlated with outcomes of ... and anisocoria can be an indicator of a pathological process or neurological dysfunction. Investigators have used pupil size ... were unable to identify anisocoria, and incorrectly assessed pupil reactivity. It concluded that automated pupillometry is a ...

*Argyll Robertson pupil

The near response in tonic pupils is slow and prolonged Adie syndrome Anisocoria Cycloplegia Marcus Gunn pupil Miosis ...

*Intraparenchymal hemorrhage

... or cardiac arrhythmias Nuchal rigidity Subhyaloid retinal hemorrhages Altered level of consciousness Anisocoria, Nystagmus ...

*Pupil

Anisocoria Adie's pupil Argyll Robertson pupil Light-near dissociation Marcus Gunn Pupil Cassin, B. and Solomon, S. (1990) ...

*Chickenpox

... anisocoria/Horner's syndrome Damage to body: hypoplasia of upper/lower extremities, anal and bladder sphincter dysfunction Skin ...

*List of MeSH codes (C23)

... anisocoria MeSH C23.888.592.708.362 --- miosis MeSH C23.888.592.708.362.500 --- horner syndrome MeSH C23.888.592.708.575 --- ...

*List of adverse effects of paroxetine

Taste loss Anisocoria Deafness Activation syndrome Rare (. ...

*Ciliary ganglion

A patient with anisocoria (one pupil bigger than the other) whose pupil does not react to light (does not constrict when ...
A relative afferent pupillary defect (RAPD) also known as a Marcus Gunn pupil does not cause anisocoria. Some of the causes of anisocoria are life-threatening, including Horners syndrome (which may be due to carotid dissection) and oculomotor nerve palsy (due to a brain aneurysm, uncal herniation, or head trauma). If the examiner is unsure whether the abnormal pupil is the constricted or dilated one, and if a one-sided ptosis is present then the abnormally sized pupil can be presumed to be the one on the side of the ptosis. This is due to the fact that Horners syndrome and oculomotor nerve lesions both cause ptosis. Anisocoria is usually a benign finding, unaccompanied by other symptoms (physiological anisocoria). Old face photographs of patients often help to diagnose and establish the type of anisocoria. It should be considered an emergency if a patient develops acute onset anisocoria. These cases may be due to brain mass lesions which cause oculomotor nerve palsy. Anisocoria in the presence ...
Home » Physiologic anisocoria. physiologic anisocoria --, simple anisocoria A common (20% of normals) benign inequality of the pupils that may change from one hour to the next. Synonym: essential anisocoria, physiologic anisocoria, simple-central anisocoria. ...
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Dr. Hidaji responded: None. Benign anisocoria is usually very subtle and tough for observers to spot. Anisocoria, or different sized pupils, can be from a number of neurological and ocular problems. But benign anisocoria is a minimal (about 1mm) difference between the pupils in an otherwise normal individual. If you have a larger difference than this i would see an ophthalmologist.
Some cases reported in literature confirm unilateral mydriasis after the spread of phenylephrine nose drops through the nasolacrimal duct. These drops were used for mucosal vasoconstriction. 8. Unilateral mydriasis was also reported after using phenylephrine/lidocaine spray with a standard oxygen-driven face mask nebulizer. 9. Literature shows that the cases of anisocoria reported during or after oral surgery are rare occurrences, especially in cases of simple tooth extraction. It also indicates the absence of a case history allowing the oral surgeon to make a differential diagnosis, in case he has to diagnose this clinical condition.. Among the few cases of anisocoria after oral surgery under general anesthesia, we report a unilateral mydriasis together with eye movement disorders in a patient treated with regional anesthesia with lidocaine and epinephrine for surgical removal of impacted third molars. 10. For investigation and diagnosis of unilateral pupil dilation, the main causes that a ...
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Introduction. Anisocoria indicates a difference in pupil diameter. Etiologies of this clinical manifestation usually include systemic causes as neurological or vascular disorders, ...
After trauma to the eye, the iris tissue can be injured causing the pupil to not constrict to bright light normally. Another possible cause is Adies tonic pupil syndrome. This is a condition most common in young adult females, which usually begins in one eye. The pupil is sluggish to react to light. Many people with this condition will also have diminished deep tendon reflexes and they can have trouble focusing at near. The condition is usually not associated with any more serious conditions. Some eyedrops have a dilating effect on the pupil, so eyedrop use is another cause of a dilated pupil. Finally, an abnormality of the third cranial nerve (a nerve that comes from the brain to the eye socket and controls eyelid position, eye movement, and pupil size) can cause a pupillary abnormality. In this condition, there is often ptosis (droopiness) of the upper eyelid on the same side as the dilated pupil. In addition, the eye may not move normally and an older child might complain of double vision. A ...
I am a 27 year old man who is pretty much healthy in every way (save one incident I will explain later). When I was about 22 years old, I noticed that one of the pupils (the one in my right eye) was b...
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My dog is 10 years old Russian spaniel. He is in a good health. However I would like to see an ophthalmologist to check his right eye. Looks like he might have developed something similar to anisocoria (his right pupil is bigger than the left one). I have been trying to find one for the last several days, but Google returns only some Animal eye clinic, that is too far from Thornhill where we live. And they need some referral. I called VEC (veterinary Emergency Clinic in Toronto), but the also need a referral. We havent been to a vet for many years, there was no need, now, there is one place there we went a year ago, because the dog was limping a little (the limping went away by itself in 3 days), and now it seems that we need to go to the same vet clinic in order to get referral to go to see an ophthalmologist in VEC. Our vet clinic (weve only been there once) wants to change use $70 just to give a referral. omg, its just a referral, not a surgery. And we would also have to pay to the ...
Hi, I am a 33 yrs old male. A few months back I noticed that the size of my right pupil is more than double the size of my left pupil or I should say my left pupil is really smaller than my right one. ...
The pupil is the circular opening in the center of the eye that allows light to pass through. The pupil expands when there is little light present, and contracts when there is a greater amount of light present. Anisocoria refers to an unequal pupil size.
Unequal pupil size, also known as anisocoria, naturally occurs in 20 percent of the population. However, it can also be a sign of a serious medical problem, according to About.com. This is why...
David Bowie has a condition called anisocoria, which is the medical term for unequal pupils. In 1962, aged 14, he got punched in the eye by his schoolfriend George Underwood, during an argument over a girl named Carol Goldsmith. Georges fingernail caught Davids eye and dislodged something. David was admitted to Farnborough Hospital, where it was found that the sphincter muscles of his left eye were badly torn and he underwent two eye operations. He has an enlarged pupil that remains permanently open, giving them an unusual appearance. Contrary to popular belief David doesnt have two different coloured eyes - they are both the same colour. The enlarged pupil only gives the "effect" of two different coloured eyes.. ...
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Results: Among 220 patients, 53.2%, 30.9% and15.9% suffered mild, moderate and severe head injury. 50% patients developed secondary systemic insults (SSIs). Neurosurgical procedures were needed in 25% cases. Mortality was 20%, brain herniation being the leading cause. Univariate analysis showed need for mechanical ventilation, anisocoria, SSIs, and low Glasgow Coma Scale scores to be the strongest predictors of mortality (p values,0.0001). Multivariate analysis showed that moderate [RR 1.7 (95% CI 1.3-2.1), p,0.0001] and severe head injury [RR 2.0 (95% CI 1.6-2.5), p,0.0001], hyponatremia [RR 1.4 (95% CI 1.2-1.8), p=0.005], nosocomial infections [RR 1.5 (95% CI 1.3-1.9), p=0.002] and presence of midline shift in CT brain [RR 1.7 (95% CI 1.3-2.1), p=0.004] were the independent risk factors for development of poor outcome. 49% had good outcome with low disability (Glasgow outcome score 5) and 7.2% had post-traumatic seizure disorder ...
In our study, we found involvement of all systems. The nervous system was involved in all patients (fig 3). Although it is customary to presume that mitochondrial disorders (such as MELAS, MERRF, Kearn-Sayre syndrome, and Leigh syndrome) present with chronic progressive or acute intermittent neurological deterioration, we found 12 children with normal intelligence and 11 with static mental retardation. However, all of them also had either a complex neurological picture or multisystem involvement. Interestingly, the autonomic nervous system was involved in nine patients, with neurogenic bladder, intestinal dysmotility, cardiovascular dysregulation, and anisocoria.. Even though mitochondrial disorders are frequently called encephalomyopathies, we found myopathic changes in only six patients (out of 22 who underwent a muscle biopsy), despite the frequent finding of hypotonia. This finding is consistent with observation of Tulinius et al that patients with complex IV deficiency usually present with ...
A 38-year -old man was hospitalized seven weeks prior to the present admission with generalized weakness and pain. He was treated with plasmapheresis and immunoglobulin for a presumptive diagnosis of Guillain-Barre. His condition worsened with CNS failures, respiratory insufficiency, anisocoria and shoulder myoclonus. CT scan revealed a right-sided parietal mass which was poorly vascularized on angiography. Stereotactic biopsy revealed an anaplastic (high grade, 3) astrocytoma ...
Authors: Miyamoto K, Kozu S, Arakawa A, Tsuboi T, Hirao JI, Ono K, Arisaka O.. Acute disseminated encephalomyelitis confined to the brainstem is associated with poor prognosis. We describe a case of a 10-year-old boy with acute disseminated encephalomyelitis in the brainstem that developed after influenza A infection. A 10-year-old boy presented with fever and prolonged disturbance of consciousness and was admitted to our hospital. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the midbrain, with T2-weighted and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery images, suggested acute disseminated encephalomyelitis accompanied by a brainstem lesion. Lumbar puncture showed pleocytosis and increased protein content, including myelin basic protein, interleukin-6, and immunoglobulin G, all suggestive of acute disseminated encephalomyelitis. Treatments such as methylprednisolone pulse therapy, intravenous immunoglobulin, and therapeutic hypothermia were performed. Although the patient presented with anisocoria with increased ...
Approximately 30% of all stroke patients suffer from post-stroke visual impairment. Hemianopia is the most common symptom, but also neglect, diplopia, reduced visual acuity, ptosis, anisocoria, and nystagmus are frequent. Partial or complete recovery
RESULTS: Overall, 24 patients were treated. The mean age was 67.2 years; mean occlusion time, 230.2 minutes. On admission, the median NIHSS score was 18. In all patients, the Thrombolysis in Cerebral Infarction score was zero before the procedure. Stent implantation was feasible in all cases. In 15 patients (62.5%), a Thrombolysis in Cerebral Infarction score ≥ 2b could be achieved. Six patients (25%) improved ≥10 NIHSS points between admission and discharge. After 90 days, the median mRS score was 3.0. Seven patients (29.2%) had a good clinical outcome (mRS 0-2), and 4 patients (16.6%) died, 1 due to fatal intracranial hemorrhage. Overall, symptomatic intracranial hemorrhage occurred in 4 patients (16.6%). ...
Speaking of lenses, there is no need to spend ridiculous amounts of money on optics that have become the victim of a craze. Traditionally you have Kern-Paillard lenses with Paillard-Bolex equipment. The Yvar 75 mm, f/2.8 for example has lift off the ground of common sense. Never pay more than $300 for one of these unless its been serviced by someone who knows the stuff and grants a warranty on her/his work. After all, its only a triplet. The 100 mm and 150 mm Yvar are offered at entirely mad prices, up to $2,400. Stay away from that. Wide-angle lenses, most often consisting of six to eight elements, may cost more. The Kern Switar 10 mm is good but other makes are nice, too. I can recommend Schneider, Rodenstock (if you happen to stumble over one), Voigtländer, Zeiss, Leitz, Taylor-Hobson Cooke, Angénieux, and a few American ones. Berthiot are interesting, too, with some exceptions due to poor iris mechanics. Kinoptik can be had second-hand, individually matched elements lenses, therefore ...
This health and fitness thing is one of Americas biggest conundrums. We all say we want it, most of us could easily figure out how to get it, yet very few of us (people in this country) can live it. Especially in the long term. Were all very aware that choosing healthy food and exercise will improve our lives in hundreds of ways. Yet the daily battle continues for most of us. How do we make it automatic like sleep, eating and breathing? We cant. Its like work or traffic or family issues. It takes time, practice and patience. Super wealthy people get that way because they want it... badly. Achieving wealth, fitness, or even true happiness requires courage, determination and the willingness to fail often and being perfectly okay with that. Eating, sleeping and breathing is easy. Everybodys managing to do it. Healthy and fit people are rare these days because a vast majority of them dont have the right tools. No-one in this community has that excuse. You have the tools. Now you need to decide ...
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This is a posting of a notice about the BIO-MATRIX project, its aims, and current activities. It appears irregularly.] BIO-MATRIX is not a database or a functional tool. The concepts underpinnings are best described in the Final Report of the Workshop on Matrix Biology. I will summarize here my interpretation of the Matrix concept. The Matrix of Biological Knowledge is a response to the way biologists reason about their systems. Physicists have recourse to first principles and in the last 20 years weve seen implications of quantum mechanics on the cosmological scale. The complexity of biological systems is such that its going to be a *long* time before one can reason a Tetrahymena from first principles. As each scientist thinks about their particular system, they consciously (and frequently unconsiously) reason about their system by analogy. A striking example of this appeared on the cover of Science; the three-dimensional structure of _ras_ is essentially identical to one proposed a few ...
Personally, I dont think this changes anything. Doesnt change the needs at QB and OL and as far as the defense goes most of us here may been considering players draft-wise in terms of how they fit in Hortons defense. Nothing there would change. I dont personally think this changes anything in terms of our off-season personnel thoughts. The offensive scheme may change (It may not either) but thatll have a very small effect on how we draft, if it has any effect at all. ...
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The new Faulkner County facility will allow Hortons O & P to service a new area of central Arkansas for residents in need of Hortons specialized services for adults and children.. Conway, Arkansas - Hortons Orthotics & Prosthetics, a longtime institution in Central Arkansas, recently announced the opening of its newest location in Conway at 635 Dave Ward Drive. As with its other offices, Hortons will provide customized orthotics and prosthetics, as well as customized orthopedics, educational support, and more.. With the new Conway facility, Hortons is pleased to better serve residents in the Faulkner County region. As one of the five most quickly-growing cities within the state of Arkansas, Conways growing community will now have better access to the vast services which Hortons can provide.. With its Arkansas origin stretching back more than 35 years, Hortons began as a Little Rock-based orthotics lab. Over the years, the family-owned business, led by certified orthotist Gary Horton, ...
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S06.6X0 is a non-billable code, consider using a code with a higher level of specificity for a diagnosis of traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage without loss of consciousness.
Drop tests. Theres much to be said about how eye drops and other examination maneuvers can be used as aids in your differential diagnosis. Take a case of Horners Syndrome, for example. Most people just image the entire sympathetic pathway anyway, but its kind of interesting to know. So, by giving a patient 0.5% topical apraclonidine to both eyes, the affected eye by the Horners Syndrome will dilate to a much greater size than the contralateral pupil. This is due to subacute (,48hours) or chronic denervation of that eye leading to overexpression of alpha adrenergic receptors and hypersensitivity of that pupil to sympathetic stimulation. This confirms the Horners, but wont tell you where the lesion is. Next, you administer hydroxyamphetamine, which stimulates release of norepinephrine from the intact post-ganglionic neuron (3rd order neuron in the 3-neuron Horner pathway). If the affected pupil also dilates in response to these eye drops, then the 3rd order neuron is alive and thus the ...
HISTORY. A domestic shorthaired cat, four-month-old, male neutered, was referred to the 0phthalmology Service at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of Murcia with a week history of ocular pain and swelling, anorexia and lethargy. Physical examination confirmed that clinical abnormalities were limited to the right eye and orbit.. The ophthalmic examination confirmed purulent and haemorrhagic discharge, third eyelid protrusion, chemosis and anisocoria with right miosis. The fotomotor reflexes revealed a negative right direct and consensual and left consensual pupillary light reflex. The intraocular pressures were 8 and 13 mm Hg in the right and left eye respectively, by applanation tonometry. Biomicroscopy revealed mild corneal edema, stromal vascularization, marked aqueous flare and miosis. Direct and indirect ophthalmoscopy examination were not possible, due to the opacity of the transparent media. An ocular and orbital ultrasonography using high frequency ultrasound transducer of 75 MHz was ...
Delayed intracranial hemorrhage is dangerous and not so rare. To prevent such an exacerbation, head trauma patients taking anticoagulants is recommended 24-48 hour observ..
Diagnosis Code S06.6X0 information, including descriptions, synonyms, code edits, diagnostic related groups, ICD-9 conversion and references to the diseases index.
Note that there is a characteristic delay in dilatation of the affected pupil (red line) after a light reflex in the patient with Hornerвs syndrome, but not in the patient with physiologic anisocoria. F. Arch Ophthalmol 1961; 66552. 6 References.
At the Spokane Eye Clinic we are equipped to diagnose and treat a wide range of neurological and systemically related visual disorders. We address vision loss from cerebrovascular disease, optic neuropathy, facial movement disorders including blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm, abnormal eye movements (gaze palsy and nystagmus), cranial nerve disorders, papilledema (increased intracranial pressure), optic disc edema, optic neuritis, unexplained vision loss and facial pain, myasthenia gravis, ptosis, and thyroid eye disease. We do pupil testing and photos for anisocoria, electrophysiology, ultrasound, and botox injections.. Neuro-Ophthalmology involves both neurology and ophthalmology specialties focusing on visual impairments that originate from the nervous system and or the eye, frequently resulting in dysfunction of the optic nerve. Visual impairments can be transient or permanent, and can range from visual distortion to visual field defects. Neuro-ophthalmology also addresses vision changes ...
Anisocoria in the absence of orbital trauma. Abnormalities in a cranial nerve reflex indicate injury to the brainstem or the neural pathway connecting to the brainstem. Multiple cranial nerve deficits is highly suggestive of brainstem injury. The two most useful cranial nerve reflexes for rapid assessment of brainstem function are the gag reflex and the presence of physiologic nystagmus, otherwise known as the oculocephalic reflex. If these two reflexes are absent it strongly indicates significant brainstem injury and a guarded prognosis.. The segmental spinal reflexes should be evaluated when possible, without excessive manipulation of the patient. Abnormalities in thoracic and/or pelvic limb reflexes will help identify spinal trauma. Cases of brain injury without spinal injury tend to have normal or possibly exaggerated spinal reflexes.. Decerebrate posture: patient has opisthotonos and extensor rigidity of all four limbs. The animal is unresponsive and does not detect deep pain sensation. ...
This lecture will cover the pupillary examination, relative afferent pupillary defect, and the differential diagnosis of anisocoria. Videos will be used to illustrate all pertinent pupillary abnormalities. Lecturer: Dr. Karl Golnik Transcript (To translate please select your language to the right of this page) DR KARL GOLNIK: Todays topic is on pertinent pupillary problems. And I…
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Albinism, ocular 345 Albinotic sensorineural deafness 438 Alexander disease 335 Allodynia 190 Alpha fucosidosis 427 Alpha glucosidosis 427 Alpha iduronidase 427 Alpha mannosidase 427 Alpha melanotropism 484 Alsatian-idiopathic epilepsy 458 Alternative anticonvulsant drugs 466 American Bulldog-Ceroid lipofuscinosis 385, 428 American Miniature Horse-Narcolepsy 470 American StaffordshireTerrier-Cerebellar cortical abiotrophy 367 Amikacin 329 Aminocaproic acid 262 Aminoglycoside antibiotics 329, 439 Amprolium toxicity 421 Ampulla 320 Amygdala 195, 448, 484 Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) 102 Analgesia 234, 236 Anatomic diagnosis 487 Anencephaly 39 Angus-Cerebellar cortical abiotrophy 375 Mannosidosis 427 Anhydrosis 175 Anisocoria 169, 360 Anorexia 484 Anosmia 445 Anticonvulsant drugs 466 Antidiuretic hormone 483 Aortic thromboembolism 155 Aperture-lateral 24, 30, 56 Aplasia-Cerebral (telencephalon) 39 Spinal cord-Segmental 50 Apoptosis 27 Appetite control 484 Aqueduct-Mesencephalic 23, 32 ...
Galassi, Francesco M; Galassi, Stefano (2016). A case of Hortons disease (with its potential neurological symptoms) depicted in a portrait by Andrea Mantegna. Neurological Sciences, 37(1):147-148. ...
Each of the alternatives suffer in 1-6 as compared to the sunk cost of the infrastructure for traditionals and cost of conversion. This does tease out, however, areas that are not readily considered when looking at the energy formula. The general end result is that of Gerard K. ONeills Princeton group from 1968 which utilized then known technology to proposed a space based solar power satellite system, along with orbiting manufacturing and lunar mining industries. That is a long, 30-50 year transformation, but offers the ability for very low cost energy gathering with the bonus of getting industrial capacity out of the biosphere and into the vacuum of space.. My second article utilizes the purely mechanical view given by Popular Mechanics on the transformation of biomass to useable energy source. Each of the major biofuels examined have costs and problems in production efficiency, transport, storage and needing to either add in a new infrastructure for such things or having to seriously ...
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The village was founded in 1848 by landowner Alonzo Horton. One of Father Hortons first priorities was to dam Black Otter Creek, creating the 75-acre (300,000 m2) Black Otter Lake. After laying out a plat for the community and encouraging development by giving much of the land away, Horton was swayed westward by the California Gold Rush. He later developed the city of San Diego, California.[3]. On August 11, 1894, the settlement was incorporated as the Village of Hortonville. At that time, it had one of the first match light factories in the world.[4]. During World War II, a German POW camp was established in Hortonville along County Hwy MM on the north side of the village.[5]. In 1981, the Hortonville Community Hall, also known as the Hortonville Opera House, was added to the National Register of Historic Places.. ...
What irked me about Hortons advice is something Ive seen a lot lately. I would categorize it as the advice you want to hear, the advice you want to be true. However, when you get down to it, its really patronizing. The show opened with skinny minis popping out from behind their old enormous clothes. I thought for sure Horton would come out and play the role of expert in smaller-sizing but no. Dr Oz asked Horton why he was disappointed with dieters. First, Horton told Dr Oz, this is not about fitting into certain clothing. Horton sighed and shrugged and explained that most people were focused on looking good. Efforts should be focused on improving our quality of life. This "its on the inside that matters" guidance was followed less than 2 minutes later with Horton lifting up his shirt at Dr Ozs request (a weird moment but it didnt take that much convincing). And heres the deal, eating well is about feeling good and sleeping better, "going" better and whole host of things that have nothing ...
Warren Mabees (Geography and Planning) piece for The Conversation about how Canada can meet its emissions targets appeared in the National Post.. Ken Wong (Business) says in the National Post that the escalating public battle goes against Tim Hortons classic, wholesome image.. ...
I received this email from a friend and thought it was worth passing on to others. This could explain the reason why you cant go without a Tim Hortons coffee, you cant stop eating those snacks or you cant lose that weight! Its definitely given me something to think about and maybe throw out a…
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Widely acknowledged as the definitive reference in the field, this title brings you the practical, hands-on information you need to effectively evaluate and manage neuro-ophthalmic conditions ...
Intraparenchymal hemorrhage (IPH) is one form of intracerebral bleeding in which there is bleeding within brain parenchyma. The other form is intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH). Intraparenchymal hemorrhage accounts for approx. 8-13% of all strokes and results from a wide spectrum of disorders. It is more likely to result in death or major disability than ischemic stroke or subarachnoid hemorrhage, and therefore constitutes an immediate medical emergency. Intracerebral hemorrhages and accompanying edema may disrupt or compress adjacent brain tissue, leading to neurological dysfunction. Substantial displacement of brain parenchyma may cause elevation of intracranial pressure (ICP) and potentially fatal herniation syndromes. Clinical manifestations of intraparenchymal hemorrhage are determined by the size and location of hemorrhage, but may include the following: Hypertension, fever, or cardiac arrhythmias Nuchal rigidity Subhyaloid retinal hemorrhages Altered level of consciousness Anisocoria, ...
Reports of abuse of Datura and Brugmansia as hallucinogens continue to be reported in the United States and Europe.45,113,217,255 Clusters of poisonings among adolescents are typical.* Frequently, a tea of the plant parts is brewed.138 Report of toxicity after using a homemade Datura toothpaste has also been reported.205 A mass poisoning occurred in Botswana after consumption of porridge made from sorghum flour contaminated with seeds of D. stramonium.197 Symptoms may appear within minutes and may last for days.68,203,255 Tachycardia, dry mouth, agitation, nausea, vomiting, incoherence, disorientation, auditory and visual hallucinations, mydriasis, decreased bowel sounds, slurred speech, hyperthermia, flushed skin, urinary retention, and hypertension have been reported.† Blurred vision and photophobia may be secondary to mydriasis. Isolated mydriasis and cycloplegia may be seen, including anisocoria, after topical contact to the eyes.123,130,263 With severe toxicity, seizures, flaccid ...
Several sympathomimetic agents have been associated with ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. Ephedrine, a sympathomimetic drug that has a high potential for abuse and can be readily obtained without a prescription in unrestricted quantities, has rarely been associated with stroke. We report ephedrine-related stroke in three patients. One patient developed a thalamic infarct after ingesting known quantities of ephedrine as street-purchased "speed" for weight loss. Two patients had fatal intracranial hemorrhages after ingesting unknown quantities of ephedrine; one of them had a history of drug abuse, and one lacked a history of ephedrine use or drug abuse. Ephedrine appears to predispose to both ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke. The mechanisms responsible for the different cerebrovascular complications remain to be proven. Restriction of ephedrine availability should be considered.. ...
This Coopers Hawk flew into a window. Coopers are extremely fast and agile as they hunt smaller birds. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for a Coopers Hawk to not notice a window and fly into it at full speed. The Coopers was standing but was extremely quiet when we received him. No fractures were found on radiographs. Internal injuries are evident as there is space between his organs, but it is difficult to determine the severity based on the radiographs. As you can see in the photo, his right pupil is larger than the left. There is some blood inside his right eye as well as his mouth. His diagnosis: head trauma with possible concussion and eye injury. He will be kept in the dark and quiet for the rest of the day. Coopers Hawks are extremely high strung and nervous which makes them very difficult to rehab ...
Slamming your fists on the kitchen table in frustration and hunger, an unnecessary amount of times that results in orange juice splatters all over the place, you reach into your backpack and pull out an old tape recorder, the kind with the handle on the front, and proceed to play Asher Hortons Mystery Bones in its entirety, making you late for school by like an hour. Your mom, though, becomes a different person: the cloud of frustration dissipates, and a sunshiney smile of contentment overcomes her face. She finishes making breakfast and slides your plate across the kitchen table, bacon broken into a smiley face over a single enormous pancake. She tips over the maple syrup and lets it ooze onto the plate, smooth and sweet as Asher Hortons voice. The syrup becomes a lake, then a river that cascades off the table and onto the floor, first taking a detour to your lap. The orange juice drops cover your white Marcy Playground tour t-shirt. Youre going to be sticky for phys ed. You scream at the ...
Jaclyn Hurley was the Spring 2015 winner in the Clinical Research Category. With the funding, Hurley is working in the MacMobilize Laboratory under the supervision of Dr. Monica Maly where she has access to state-of-the-art biomechanical equipment. She also works collaboratively with the Imaging Research Centre at St. Josephs Healthcare Hamilton. Hurleys research looks at mitigating pain and increasing the quality of life for those suffering from knee osteoarthritis, the most common arthritic condition faced by Canadians as they age. This wear and tear condition damages tissues inside the knee, causing pain and immobility. My research vision is to examine the impact of joint mechanics on the progression of human joint tissue damage, she says, adding she hopes this work will lead to the development of effective, biomechanically-sound intervention strategies to alleviate pain and improve mobility and quality of life.. Specifically, Hurley will identify an effective exercise program that can ...
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Karen M. Horton, M.D., is a Professor of Radiology and the Chair of the Russell H. Morgan Department of Radiology and Radiological Science. Dr. Hortons clinical and research focus is on abdominal CT imaging, 3D imaging of the gastrointest... ...
In this thesis, changes in Youngs modulus of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) were investigated during their osteogenic differentiation on bioactive peptide nanofibers that bear triple glutamic acid sequence (EEE), a non-collagenous protein sequence of some extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins (e.g. bone sialoprotein) found in bone tissue. MSCs formed spherical cell aggregates on the osteoinductive peptide nanofibers, here also called osteospheroids, of which their cells made intensive cell-cell contacts and showed osteoblast-like cell morphology. Mechanical characterization of the osteospheroids on the peptide nanofiber hydrogel was performed using atomic force microscope (AFM) where AFM probes modified with a thin film coating of octa uorocyclobutane (C4F8) were used to measure force maps of the cells at days 3, 7 and 14 of osteogenic differentiation. Hertz Cone model, same as Sneddon, was applied to approach curves of 12 force curves per cell to calculate the Young s modulus values. As a result, ...
Aberrant regeneration of the right pupil in a man with a large intracavernous sinus meningioma causing a pupil-involving, incomplete third cranial nerve palsy. His pupil is round when he gazes straight ahead (top). When he tries to rotate the eye medially, the pupil constricts, but a segment of the ...
THC causes tachycardia, increased blood pressure, chest pain. In the presence of pathologies of the cardiovascular system even a single dose of marijuana can trigger a sharp increase in blood pressure.. If you have problems with the synthesis of acetylcholine disturbed function of other organs: lungs, gastrointestinal tract, salivary glands. Communication of the iris with the nervous system, which causes mydriasis or non-simultaneous extension of the left and right pupils. When used in large doses all effects are amplified several times.. The activity of marijuana depends on the concentration of THC. The threshold of harmful effects on the body is equal to 50 mg/kg of body weight. Symptoms of poisoning develop in the use of 150-200 mg, if you increase the dosage twice observed confusion and hallucinations.. The lethal dose of marijuana in 40 thousand times higher than the one that provokes the drugs. That is, theoretically, the lethal outcome is possible, but in practice to use as much cannabis ...
I have Adies Tonic Pupil. Unfortunatily I work at a computer and/or do hand drawings all day. This is something that has come very recently into my life. I think I may have missed it if it wasnt for my job. Computer screens are very blurry/double as are the drawings I work on. I find myself constantly closing my eye. Closing your eye for 6 hours a day is hard and uncomfotable ...
Monica A. Daley. 11.1 Introduction 277. 11.1.1 Why study non ]steady locomotion? 278. 11.2 A pproaches to studying non ]steady locomotion 279. 11.2.1 Simple mechanical models 280. 11.2.2 Research approaches to non ]steady locomotion 281. 11.3 Themes from recent studies of non ]steady locomotion 282. 11.3.1 Limits to maximal acceleration 282. 11.3.2 Morphological and behavioral factors in turning mechanics 283. 11.4 The role of intrinsic mechanics for stability and robustness of locomotion 288. 11.4.1 Some definitions 289. 11.4.2 Measures of sensitivity and robustness 290. 11.4.3 What do we learn about stability from simple models of running? 291. 11.4.4 Limitations to stability analysis of simple models 295. 11.4.5 The relationship between ground contact conditions and leg mechanics on uneven terrain 296. 11.4.6 Compromises among economy, robustness and injury avoidance in uneven terrain 298. 11.5 Proximal ]distal inter ]joint coordination in non ]steady locomotion 299. References 302. Chapter ...
The Integrative Cartilage Research Group at the University of Melbourne researches links between microstructure, mechanics and biological signalling networks.. Glycosaminoglycans, collagen, DNA, and mineral content are just some of the markers used to understand biological tissue quality. Reproducibly extracting and measuring these markers from small structures (e.g. mouse knees) can be challenging. In this work, we are developing robust in vivo protocols that will form the foundation for future research projects.. The ICR Group is developing, refining, and using biomedical engineering tools and concepts, to explore and understand the effects of mechanics on living musculoskeletal systems on the molecular, cellular, and organ level of organisation, while maintaining a philosophy of respect and compassion for all human and animal life.. The project involves monitoring of biosignals and biomarkers in biological constructs and in vivo animal models. The work requires a creative approach to ...
Abstract PURPOSE: To provide an update on imaging of the brain and orbit for ophthalmologists. DESIGN: Literature review. METHODS: A systematic English-language medline search and ..
Objectives: Upon completion of this conference the resident/student should be able to:. describe the neuro-ophthalmic findings in systemic conditions including:. ...
Evidence is presented which supports the theory that intracranial hemorrhage may secondarily cause myocardial damage and cardiac arrhythmias.. Fatal intracranial hemorrhage occasionally is accompanied by ECG changes which are consistent with myocardial infarction; histological examination of the heart revealed a variable amount of myocardial damage. After intracranial hemorrhage in animals, myocardial damage was frequent. Similar myocardial damage was produced in animals by intravenous infusion of norepinephrine or acetylcholine and by electrical stimulation of the stellate ganglia, vagus nerve or mesencephalic reticular formation.. Atrial and ventricular arrhythmias and various degrees of A-V block were reported in patients suffering from subarachnoid hemorrhage. Similar cardiac arrhythmias were found in animals after intracranial hemorrhage, and with electrical stimulation of the vagus nerve, stellate ganglia or CNS centers. Available data suggest that increased or altered autonomic activity ...
Editor-In-Chief: C. Michael Gibson, M.S., M.D. [1]; Associate Editor(s)-In-Chief: Sara Mehrsefat, M.D. [2] Synonyms and Keywords: Subarachnoid haemorrhage; Traumatic subarachnoid haemorrhage , Aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage; Nonaeurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage; Perimesencephalic nonaneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage; Perimesencephalic subarachnoid hemorrhage ...
Concepts of solid and fluid mechanics, integrated with materials and thermal sciences, provide a valuable framework for addressing large-scale phenomena of flow, fracture, and hydrology on our planets major ice sheets. This presentation surveys their application to the following: (a) Large iceberg calving as the enigmatic source of the long-period glacial earthquakes identified along the margins of the Greenland Ice Sheet, (b) Rapid glacial underflooding events as natural hydraulic fractures, like in a well-characterized spontaneous supra-glacial lake drainage on Greenland, and (c) Partial internal melting from shear heating as a control on flow resistance at the margins of the rapidly flowing (, 100 m/yr) ice streams on the Western Antarctic Ice Sheet, and perhaps as a process selecting their marginal locations. The studies have been done at Harvard in collaboration with Victor C. Tsai (now at Caltech), Thibaut Perol, John D. Platt, Jenny Suckale (now at Stanford), Colin R. Meyer, and Matheus ...
I have wide research interests in theoretical nanoscience. I am particularly interested in the impact of quantum mechanics on the dynamics of nanostructures - for example, the flips of small clusters of spins, or the flow of current-carrying electrons though a molecule or an atomic-scale wire - and the extent to which interactions with other degrees of freedom can modify or damp out these quantum mechanical effects. The consequences of this work range from quite applied questions - how could one use quantum mechanics to process information, or make a transistor from a single molecule?- to rather fundamental ones - what is the macroscopic limit of quantum mechanics? I use a mixture of analytical and computational techniques and I like to work closely with experimentalists; several of my research students and postdoctoral research fellows are closely involved with experimental projects.. Research Group. I work with a number of LCN members, including the following research fellows and ...
But we found this place. This yellow brick Victorian farmhouse on 5 acres - rolling acres with a bit of pasture, trees, a creek (and bridge), a pond. A barn. On a road far less busy than ours, but with some traffic to draw in customers for birdhouses and other bits and pieces we enjoy selling. Great zoning for all kinds of business and agricultural functions. Municipal water and gas. A cute town less than 5 minutes away, with basic amenities (including Tim Hortons and an ambulance dispatch - the essentials). A house with additions to meet our unique needs like a home office, crafting (and possible storefront) area, entertaining (with rooms for kids to go off and play nearby or further away, while the adults chat), homeschooling, and extended overnight guest stays. A house with room for more kids, just in case. An open staircase (with a great photo gallery wall). High ceilings. No closets. Oops, thats not a plus, is it? A house with all the essential modernities (electrical, etc.), but with few ...
But we found this place. This yellow brick Victorian farmhouse on 5 acres - rolling acres with a bit of pasture, trees, a creek (and bridge), a pond. A barn. On a road far less busy than ours, but with some traffic to draw in customers for birdhouses and other bits and pieces we enjoy selling. Great zoning for all kinds of business and agricultural functions. Municipal water and gas. A cute town less than 5 minutes away, with basic amenities (including Tim Hortons and an ambulance dispatch - the essentials). A house with additions to meet our unique needs like a home office, crafting (and possible storefront) area, entertaining (with rooms for kids to go off and play nearby or further away, while the adults chat), homeschooling, and extended overnight guest stays. A house with room for more kids, just in case. An open staircase (with a great photo gallery wall). High ceilings. No closets. Oops, thats not a plus, is it? A house with all the essential modernities (electrical, etc.), but with few ...
Staying at a hospital is hard. Especially all the waiting. I was going stir crazy. I had to walk around. And i was hungry. SO i journeyed off for an ATM. Found one that was broken (yet it still made sounds), then finally found one that worked, but printed nothing... it gave me the money and then said PLEASE WAIT for at least 10 minutes. Eventually I went to the Tim Hortons to get something to eat (Im dying for a chunky chicken salad sandwhich)... only to find out its a Robins. Not being used to Robins menu I couldnt find their sandwhiches and so I just get a muffin. Thats when i see the sandwhich menu on the FAR side of the counter. grr... When I get back mom mentions she hadnt had any supper either so I offer to go back and get her something. I go back and order a HAM, TURKEY & BACON sub. Now it doesnt say anything about OR so I assumed it was all 3. Nope... when we got back to the room, it only had bacon. So Im guessing the little 8 year old who made it is just that dumb. ...
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Previous results on nitric oxide (NO) metabolism after traumatic brain injury (TBI) show variations in NO availability and controversial effects of exogenous nitric oxide synthase (NOS)-inhibitors. Furthermore, elevated levels of the endogenous NOS inhibitor asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA) were reported in cerebro-spinal fluid (CSF) after traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). Therefore, we examined whether ADMA and the enzymes involved in NO- and ADMA-metabolism are expressed in brain tissue after TBI and if time-dependent changes occur. TBI was induced by controlled cortical impact injury (CCII) and neurological performance was monitored. Expression of NOS, ADMA, dimethylarginine dimethylaminohydrolases (DDAH) and protein-arginine methyltransferase 1 (PRMT1) was determined by immunostaining in different brain regions and at various time-points after CCII. ADMA and PRMT1 expression decreased in all animals after TBI compared to the control group, while DDAH1 and DDAH2 expression increased in
Previous results on nitric oxide (NO) metabolism after traumatic brain injury (TBI) show variations in NO availability and controversial effects of exogenous nitric oxide synthase (NOS)-inhibitors. Furthermore, elevated levels of the endogenous NOS inhibitor asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA) were reported in cerebro-spinal fluid (CSF) after traumatic subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). Therefore, we examined whether ADMA and the enzymes involved in NO- and ADMA-metabolism are expressed in brain tissue after TBI and if time-dependent changes occur. TBI was induced by controlled cortical impact injury (CCII) and neurological performance was monitored. Expression of NOS, ADMA, dimethylarginine dimethylaminohydrolases (DDAH) and protein-arginine methyltransferase 1 (PRMT1) was determined by immunostaining in different brain regions and at various time-points after CCII. ADMA and PRMT1 expression decreased in all animals after TBI compared to the control group, while DDAH1 and DDAH2 expression increased in
Supra-physiological temperatures are increasingly being used to treat many different soft tissue diseases and injuries. To identify improved clinical treatments, however, there is a need for better information on the effect of the mechanics on the thermal damage process as well as the effect of the incurred damage on the subsequent mechanical properties. In this paper, we report the first biaxial data on the stress relaxation behavior of a collagenous tissue before and after thermal damage. Based on a two-dimensional finite strain viscoelastic model, which incorporates an exponential elastic response, it is shown that the thermal damage can significantly decrease the characteristic time for stress relaxation and the stress residual.. ...
Dog Whistle Politics: How Coded Racial Appeals Have Reinvented Racism and Wrecked the Middle Class Ian Haney López New York, Oxford University Press, 2014. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41PqTKB-OqL._SX329_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg Heres another needed and far too rare political prophet sort of work to add to the how did I miss this? stack. First, Michael Hortons scathing critique of the Christian…
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Evaluation of the pupillary response is an underemphasized aspect of the assessment of visual function. The pupillary light reflex is one of the few objective indicators of afferent input from the retina and optic nerve. Since the pupillary light reflex is processed through the retina, it may be used to assess visual integrity (1). Pupillometry is a reliable technology capable of providing repetitive data on quantitative pupillary function in states of health and disease (2). Amplitude, latency, maximum constriction velocity, mean constriction velocity, and dilation velocity are measured using the Neuroleptics pupillometer. The effects of varying levels of ambient light on these parameters of the pupillary response have not been extensively studied. The purpose of this investigation is to determine the effects of varying luminescent levels on the pupillary response ...
Background: Atherosclerotic middle cerebral artery (MCA) disease may produce subcortical infarction either in the upper part (corona radiata, CR) or in the lower area (internal capsule, IC) of the pyramidal tract. The study aimed to see whether the location of MCA stenosis (proximal vs distal) determines the location of subcortical infarction.. Methods: 62 consecutive patients who developed an acute (,72 h) infarction either on the CR or IC confirmed by diffusion-weighted MRI due to corresponding focal MCA M1 stenosis assessed by MR angiography were studied. The distance between the MCA origin and the centre of stenotic portion (S) and that between the MCA origin and its bifurcation site (M) were measured. Based on the S/M ratio, stenotic lesions were divided into "proximal and "distal. The relationship between the location of arterial stenosis and the location of infarcts was analysed.. Results: Thirteen of 31 patients (41.9%) with proximal M1 stenosis had IC lesions, while 26 (83.9%) of 31 ...
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For my Carnival of Homeschooling readers, Id like to suggest a unit study: Listen to the music, and read the Seuss books that go along with it! Horton Hears a Who provides the basic plot structure, with subplots from the story of Gertrude McFuzz (from Yertle the Turtle & Other Stories) and Horton Hatches the Egg. (You could also read Oh, the Thinks You Can Think, The Cat in the Hat, McEligots Pool and others--see here for a complete list of Seuss books that are referenced in the musical.) By listening to the music, your kids will easily memorize some pretty good poetry, including the recurring refrain, "A persons a person, no matter how small." Whether Dr. Seuss intended it as a pro-life message or not, Hortons protection of the helpless Whos, who have no voice, is compassionate and touching ...
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This page includes the following topics and synonyms: Pupillary Light Reflex, Swinging Flashlight Test, Marcus Gunn Pupil, Direct Light Reflex, Consensual Light Reflex, Direct Light Pupillary Reflex Loss, Relative Afferent Pupillary Defect, Afferent Pupillary Defect.
A pupillary light reflex (PLR) model was proposed in this paper by considering the iris muscle mechanical properties and modulation inputs from both parasy
According to a recent review study of Pubmed Central/National Library of Medicine databases, the pupillary light reflex provides an optimal opportunity to
Light reflex testing (called Hirschberg testing) involves directing a patient to look at a point of light held about three feet from the patients face. If the light reflexes are located in the same spot in each pupil, the reflexes are symmetric and the eyes are straight. If the light reflexes fall asymmetrically in the pupils, strabismus may be present. Hirschberg testing estimates the size of the strabismus by determining how far the deviated light reflex is off-center. Krimsky light reflex testing involves holding a prism over one eye to center the deviated light reflex until the reflexes are symmetric. The amount of the prism needed to center the deviated light reflex estimates the size of the eye misalignment. Light reflex testing is the least accurate way to measure strabismus but may be the only means possible in young children and in those with vision too poor to fixate on a target well.. ...
Temporal arteritis, light micrograph of a section of an affected vessel. Temporal arteritis (Hortons disease) is a condition in which medium and large arteries, usually in the head and neck, become inflammed. The condition is one of the most common types of vasculitis, which is the general term for the inflammation of arteries and veins. The most serious complication of temporal ateritis is permanent blindness, though this can be prevented by prompt treatment with corticosteroids. The cause of the condition is unknown. It is believed to be due in part to a faulty immune response. The disorder has been linked to severe infections and the use of high doses of antibiotics. Inflammatory cell infiltrate includes macrophages, lymphocytes, plasma cells and often giant cells. The lumen is severely narrowed. Magnification: x 80 when printed at 10 centimetres wide. Human tissue. - Stock Image C021/0331
We recently examined a patient who developed a nearly complete unilateral third cranial nerve palsy attributed to sphenoid sinus aspergillosis. The unusual feature is that the palsy resolved spontaneously within 2 days.. A 78-year-old retired teacher presented with the sudden onset of a ptotic right upper lid and diplopia for 1 day. There was no headache. He had hypertension and chronic renal impairment but no diabetes or head trauma.. Vital signs were normal. Visual acuity was 20/40 in both eyes attributed to cataract. Intraocular pressures were 12 mm Hg in both eyes. In dim light, pupils measured 4.5 mm in the right eye and 3 mm in the left eye. The right pupil was not reactive to light; the left pupil was normally reactive. There was no afferent pupil defect. There was complete right upper lid ptosis and a complete deficit of adduction, supraduction, and infraduction of the right eye with normal incyclotorsion and abduction. Ductions of the left eye were normal. Findings from ophthalmoscopy ...
Leptomeningeal disease presenting with neurological dysfunction is not uncommon in leukaemia. However, it is often accompanied by abnormalities in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) studies and/or neuroradiography. Here, the authors describe a case of a young patient presenting with sudden onset right oculomotor nerve palsy with normal neuroradiography and CSF studies, who was subsequently diagnosed to have T cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (T-ALL). This case highlights that neurological manifestations can be the initial presenting feature of T-ALL and can occur suddenly despite normal neuroradiography and initial CSF studies. ...

Anisocoria in Right Eye - Eye Care - MedHelpAnisocoria in Right Eye - Eye Care - MedHelp

Anisocoria in Right Eye. I am a 27 year old man who is pretty much healthy in every way (save one incident I will explain later ... However, one past incident in my life had me worried once I saw the causes of anisocoria. When I was about 20, I was sitting in ... However, one past incident in my life had me worried once I saw the causes of anisocoria. When I was about 20, I was sitting in ... And maybe that is a cause for this anisocoria? Well, Im going for an MRI tomorrow after talking extensively with my doctor. ...
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Anisocoria and Horners Syndrome - AAPOSAnisocoria and Horner's Syndrome - AAPOS

When is anisocoria normal?. Approximately 20% of the population has anisocoria. The amount of anisocoria can vary from day-to- ... The term anisocoria refers to pupils that are different sizes at the same time. The presence of anisocoria can be normal ( ... Anisocoria that is NOT associated with or due to an underlying medical condition is called physiologic anisocoria. Typically ... Anisocoria and Horners Syndrome. En Español Read in Chinese What is the pupil?. The colored part of the eye is called the iris ...
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Severe Anisocoria after Oral Surgery under General AnesthesiaSevere Anisocoria after Oral Surgery under General Anesthesia

Keywords: Anisocoria, Pupils reactions in Oral surgery, Emergencies in Oral Surgery. INTRODUCTION. Anisocoria indicates a ... Effect of light on the prevalence of simple anisocoria. Am J Opthalmol. 1987;104:69-73 ... Severe Anisocoria after Oral Surgery under General Anesthesia Francesco Inchingolo1,4 , Marco Tatullo2, Fabio M. Abenavoli3, ... Once severe anisocoria (L,R) was confirmed in the described case report, the Authors supposed that mepivacaine hydrochloride ...
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Anisocoria - BrainWavesAnisocoria - BrainWaves

Physiologic anisocoria - Sometimes one pupil is just a little larger than the other. How you distinguish this from more ... Together with the fact that her left pupil was larger than the right, it was less reactive to light, and the anisocoria was ... Anisocoria. by [email protected] · Published August 31, 2017. · Updated August 25, 2017. ... Ali opens the interview by discussing mechanical or structural disease of the eye which can cause anisocoria. These are ...
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Anisocoria | Open Access articles | Open Access journals | Conference Proceedings | Editors | Authors | Reviewers | scientific...Anisocoria | Open Access articles | Open Access journals | Conference Proceedings | Editors | Authors | Reviewers | scientific...

Anisocoria has various causes:[2] * Physiological anisocoria: About 20% of normal people have a slight difference in pupil size ... Anisocoria which is greater in dim light suggests Horners syndrome or mechanical anisocoria. In Horners syndrome sympathetic ... Anisocoria is usually a benign finding, unaccompanied by other symptoms (physiological anisocoria). Old face photographs of ... Anisocoria (IPA: /ænˌaɪsəˈkɔriə/) is a condition characterized by an unequal size of the eyes pupils. Affecting 20% of the ...
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Horner syndrome - Mayo ClinicHorner syndrome - Mayo Clinic

A notable difference in pupil size between the two eyes (anisocoria). *Little or delayed opening (dilation) of the affected ...
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WO2015063598A1 - Pupillometers and systems and methods for using a pupillometer 
        - Google PatentsWO2015063598A1 - Pupillometers and systems and methods for using a pupillometer - Google Patents

208000001239 Anisocoria Diseases 0 description 1 * HNYOPLTXPVRDBG-UHFFFAOYSA-N Barbituric acid Chemical compound data:image/svg ... Methods, systems, and devices for monitoring anisocoria and asymmetry of pupillary reaction to stimulus ... anisocoria) can be used for assessing the onset of descending transtentorial herniation and brainstem compression. In addition ...
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Ocular Effects of Apraclonidine in Horner Syndrome | External Eye Disease | JAMA Ophthalmology | The JAMA NetworkOcular Effects of Apraclonidine in Horner Syndrome | External Eye Disease | JAMA Ophthalmology | The JAMA Network

Observation of the pupils in our small series of patients leads us to propose that reversal of anisocoria after simultaneous ... Instillation of apraclonidine into affected eyes produced mydriasis of 1.0 to 4.5 mm; baseline anisocoria reversed in all ... and a reversal of the baseline anisocoria was observed in all subjects. In contrast, the administration of apraclonidine to the ...
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Síndrome de Horner en perros y gatos - revisión | 	Revista Cl nica Veterin riaSíndrome de Horner en perros y gatos - revisión | Revista Cl nica Veterin ria

Los signos clínicos más comunes son la ptosis palpebral, miosis, anisocoria, protrusión del tercer párpado y enoftalmia. Las ... These signs include ptosis, miosis, anisocoria, prolapse of the third eyelid, and enophtalmos. Lesions that may affect directly ... Esses sinais incluem ptose palpebral, miose, anisocoria e protrusão da terceira pálpebra e enoftalmia. Lesões que afetem direta ...
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Occupational therapy and Horner syndromeOccupational therapy and Horner syndrome

Most references that I scanned indicate that there are no functional implications of anisocoria (having differently sized ... the possible perceptual deficits that can develop associated with uncorrected anisocoria or ptosis, and the role of different ... describe a simultaneous interocular brightness sense test that was sensitive for anisocoria. Additionally, Grossberg & Kelly ( ...
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Holmes-Adie SyndromeHolmes-Adie Syndrome

Information about Anisocoria. *Advanced Eye care. *Methacholine Pupillary Responses In Third Nerve Palsy And Adies Syndrome ...
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Anisocoria Treatment - American Academy of OphthalmologyAnisocoria Treatment - American Academy of Ophthalmology

If your anisocoria is related to another eye ... Physiologic anisocoria doesnt affect your eyesight or the ... Usually anisocoria does not need to be treated since it does not affect eyesight or eye health. ... If anisocoria is related to an eye health problem, that problem will need to be treated. ... If you have questions about anisocoria, be sure to ask your eye doctor. Your ophthalmologist is committed to protecting your ...
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Anisocoria Clinical Presentation: History, Physical, CausesAnisocoria Clinical Presentation: History, Physical, Causes

Anisocoria, or unequal pupil sizes, is a common condition. The varied causes have implications ranging from life threatening to ... encoded search term (Anisocoria) and Anisocoria What to Read Next on Medscape. Related Conditions and Diseases. * Fast Five ... Onset of anisocoria: Old patient photographs often help to date anisocoria that is unaccompanied by other symptoms. ... and that right-side lateralization of contraction anisocoria was much greater in the boys than in the girls; the anisocoria ...
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Tratamiento de la anisocoria - American Academy of OphthalmologyTratamiento de la anisocoria - American Academy of Ophthalmology

La anisocoria fisiológica no afecta la visión o la salud de sus ojos, de modo que un tratamiento no es necesario. Si la ... La anisocoria fisiológica no afecta la visión o la salud de sus ojos, de modo que un tratamiento no es necesario. Si la ... anisocoria está relacionada con otro trastorno ocular, el tratamiento dependerá de la causa. ...
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Anisocoria in infant (Unequal pupil size) - Childrens Health Message Board - HealthBoardsAnisocoria in infant (Unequal pupil size) - Children's Health Message Board - HealthBoards

Anisocoria pilma. Eye & Vision. 0. 09-20-2004 08:10 AM. anisocoria and antidepressants dmikey. Depression. 1. 04-29-2003 09:50 ... HealthBoards , Family , Childrens Health > Anisocoria in infant (Unequal pupil size) Anisocoria in infant (Unequal pupil size ... Anisocoria in infant (Unequal pupil size) My DD (2 months) has pupils that in indoor light and dim light are very unequal. The ... NewBorn has UnEqual Pupils in dim light, Anisocoria? Horners? Anyone have this? Tenacious. Eye & Vision. 1. 06-18-2008 08:12 AM ...
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Physiologic anisocoria | definition of physiologic anisocoria by Medical dictionaryPhysiologic anisocoria | definition of physiologic anisocoria by Medical dictionary

What is physiologic anisocoria? Meaning of physiologic anisocoria medical term. What does physiologic anisocoria mean? ... Looking for online definition of physiologic anisocoria in the Medical Dictionary? physiologic anisocoria explanation free. ... simple anisocoria. (redirected from physiologic anisocoria) simple anisocoria. a common (20% of normals) benign inequality of ... Physiologic anisocoria , definition of physiologic anisocoria by Medical dictionary https://medical-dictionary. ...
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Anisocoria | Multimedia Encyclopedia | Health Information | St. Lukes HospitalAnisocoria | Multimedia Encyclopedia | Health Information | St. Luke's Hospital

Anisocoria is unequal pupil size. The pupil is the black part in the center of the eye. It gets larger in dim light and smaller ... Anisocoria. Enlargement of one pupil; Pupils of different size; Eyes/pupils different size ... Incidence of pupillary involvement, course of anisocoria and ophthalmoplegia in diabetic oculomotor nerve palsy. Indian J ...
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Anisocoria - WikipediaAnisocoria - Wikipedia

Anisocoria has various causes: Physiological anisocoria: About 20% of normal people have a slight difference in pupil size ... Anisocoria is usually a benign finding, unaccompanied by other symptoms (physiological anisocoria). Old face photographs of ... One of the other writers researched it and discovered that Judd Hirsch suffers from anisocoria. Anisocoria is composed of ... "Anisocoria Differential Diagnoses". emedicine.medscape.com. Retrieved 3 June 2017. Medscape, online. "Anisocoria Clinical ...
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Mechanical anisocoria - WikipediaMechanical anisocoria - Wikipedia

Mechanical Anisocoria. "Causes of Anisocoria". Medscape. Retrieved 3 November 2015. ... damage to the dilator muscle is indicated by anisocoria when light intensity is lowered.Anisocoria refers to a common eye ... In mechanical anisocoria, this is the result of damage to the iris dilator muscle, which may be caused by trauma, angle-closure ...
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AnisocoriaAnisocoria

... Enlargement of one pupil; Pupils of different size; Eyes/pupils different size. Anisocoria is unequal pupil size. ... Incidence of pupillary involvement, course of anisocoria and ophthalmoplegia in diabetic oculomotor nerve palsy. Indian J ...
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What is anisocoria?What is anisocoria?

How to elicit anisocoria?. • Ask the patient to gaze at lighted window or at some other distant light source so as to. see the ... Anisocoria is the term used to describe the unequality in the size of the pupil.. The size of the pupil is controlled by ... 3. Commonest cause of anisocoria unequal pupils is the application of mydriatic to one eye.. .. Causes of Pupillary inequality ... Causes of anisocoria. 1.Unilateral sympathetic paralysis ? irritation. 2.Unilateral 3rd nerve lesion as in. *Brainstem damage ...
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Anisocoria : Eye Symptoms & Signs : The Eyes Have ItAnisocoria : Eye Symptoms & Signs : The Eyes Have It

Measure amount of anisocoria in dim illumination; more than 1.5mm usually pathologic, especially if pupil constricts poorly to ... Measure amount of anisocoria in dim illumination; more than 1.5mm usually pathologic, especially if pupil constricts poorly to ... Remember that anisocoria can be caused by instilled anticholinergic or sympathomimetic eye drops, or accidental contamination ... Call it pathologic if anisocoria greater than 1mm in dim illumination, one pupil constricts poorly to light, or pupil shape ...
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Anisocoria: Definition, Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis & TreatmentAnisocoria: Definition, Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Anisocoria is a condition of the eye characterized by unequal sizes of the pupil. The normal size difference of pupils is less ... What is Anisocoria?. Anisocoria is a condition characterized by unequal sized pupils. The normal size difference is less than ... Intermittent Anisocoria. Normal Anisocoria fluctuates from week to week and is more commonly occurring in approximately 20% of ... Infants with Anisocoria. Although this disease can happen to anyone of any age-group, its more common in newborns. Its not ...
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Anisocoria & Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor<...Anisocoria & Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor<...

Possible causes include Anisocoria & Stroke & Cluster Headache. Check the full list of possible causes and conditions now! Talk ... Anisocoria that is NOT associated with or due to an underlying medical condition is called physiologic anisocoria.[aapos.org] ... Anisocoria is usually a benign finding, unaccompanied by other symptoms (physiological anisocoria).[en.wikipedia.org] reuptake ... The small pupil is abnormal if the anisocoria is worse in the dark and the larger pupil is abnormal if the anisocoria is worse ...
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  • Certain characteristics, such as when the anisocoria was first noted, whether it is more noticeable in bright or dim illumination, and whether or not there was a preceding event that could be related, will help determine the underlying cause. (aapos.org)
  • How does the doctor determine whether anisocoria is due to an underlying medical problem? (aapos.org)
  • The amount of anisocoria can vary from day-to-day and can even switch eyes. (aapos.org)
  • Anisocoria can occur as a result of injury (e.g. to the iris sphincter muscle), inflammation (e.g. iridocyclitis), diseases of the iris, paralysis of the third nerve, angle-closure glaucoma, systemic diseases (e.g. diabetes, syphilis) or accidental drug instillation into the eye (if the drug or substance has anticholinergic properties the condition is then referred to as anticholinergic mydriasis or 'atropine' mydriasis ). (thefreedictionary.com)
  • In the clinical practice, an intraoperative or postoperative anisocoria is assessed according to its cause. (medsci.org)
  • La anisocoria fisiológica no afecta la visión o la salud de sus ojos, de modo que un tratamiento no es necesario. (aao.org)
  • Si la anisocoria está relacionada con otro trastorno ocular, el tratamiento dependerá de la causa. (aao.org)
  • Decreased levels of consciousness, hypertension, bradycardia and anisocoria may indicate a pathological rise of intracranial pressure due to cerebral edema. (symptoma.com)
  • Although Anisocoria can occur at any age, most cases depict the certain age of occurrence. (healthclubmag.com)
  • Abstract A case of anisocoria associated with oral pharmacologic treatment of irritable bowel syndrome is reported. (symptoma.com)
  • Contact with a diverse variety of agents such as eye drops, scopolamine patches, asthma inhalers, or pet flea collars with anticholinesterase can cause anisocoria. (medscape.com)
  • Approximately 20% of the population has anisocoria. (aapos.org)
  • Normal Anisocoria fluctuates from week to week and is more commonly occurring in approximately 20% of the population. (healthclubmag.com)
  • Literature shows that the cases of anisocoria reported during or after oral surgery are rare occurrences, especially in cases of simple tooth extraction. (medsci.org)
  • Anisocoria, Pupils reactions in Oral surgery, Emergencies in Oral Surgery. (medsci.org)