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*  Miosis
... is excessive constriction of the pupil. The term is from Ancient Greek μύειν, mūein, "to close the eyes". The opposite ... Image senile miosis (a reduction in the size of a person's pupil in old age) Horner's syndrome Hemorrhage into pons ( ... producing miosis. This occurs because sympathetic activity from the ciliary ganglion is lost thus parasympathetics are not ...
*  Microcoria
Miosis Zenker et al., 2004. Zenker M., Aigner T., Wendler O., et al: Human laminin beta 2 deficiency causes congenital ...
*  Equine recurrent uveitis
Miosis is also usually present. After a few days, this will progress to a keratitis and iridocyclitis. Other ocular problems ...
*  F-number
Pilocarpine is a miotic (induces miosis); it can make a pupil as small as 1 mm in diameter depending on the person and their ...
*  Mydriasis
The opposite, constriction of the pupil, is referred to as miosis. Both mydriasis and miosis can be physiological. Anisocoria ... Instead they cause miosis (pupil contraction). Mydriasis occasionally occurs during opiate rebound and withdrawal. A mydriatic ... Miosis Anisocoria Mydriasis in Farlex medical dictionary. In turn citing: The American Heritage Medical Dictionary (2007) ...
*  Anisocoria
Cycloplegia Miosis Mydriasis Parinaud's syndrome Lam, BL; Thompson, HS; Corbett, JJ (Jul 15, 1987). "The prevalence of simple ...
*  Pupil
Another term for the constriction of the pupil is miosis. Substances that cause miosis are described as miotic. Dilation of the ... Dilation of the pupil is known as mydriasis and contraction as miosis. Not all variations in size are indicative of disease ...
*  Harlequin syndrome
... miosis, or enophthalmos was noted. The patient also had an MRI scan to rule out any lesion near the brain or spinal cord. No ...
*  Μ-opioid receptor
Miosis and reduced bowel motility tend to persist; little tolerance develops to these effects. The canonical MOR1 isoform is ... miosis (constricted pupils), and decreased bowel motility often leading to constipation. Some of these effects, such as ...
*  Douglas Argyll Robertson
Four cases of spinal myosis; with remarks on the action of light on the pupil. Edin Med J 1869; 15:487-93. Robertson DA. ...
*  Candicine
Body temperature was not affected; there was also mydriasis followed by miosis, and hypersalivation. In rabbits, i.v. doses of ...
*  Phakic intraocular lens
The Artisan (Verisyse) lens is implanted under pharmacological miosis. After creating proper incision the lens is grasped with ...
*  Horner's syndrome
It inactivates the dilator muscle and thereby produces miosis. It inactivates the superior tarsal muscle which produces ptosis ... It is characterized by miosis (a constricted pupil), partial ptosis (a weak, droopy eyelid), apparent anhidrosis (decreased ... This test helps to localize the cause of the miosis. If the third order neuron (the last of three neurons in the pathway which ... anhidrosis miosis pseudoenophthalmos (the impression that the eye is sunken, caused by a narrow palpebral aperture) pupillary ...
*  Cholinergic crisis
Other symptoms include increased sweating, salivation, bronchial secretions along with miosis. This crisis may be masked by the ...
*  Helge Stormorken
... miosis, migraine, dyslexia and ichthyosis". Clinical Genetics. 28 (5): 367-74. doi:10.1111/j.1399-0004.1985.tb02209.x. PMID ...
*  Soman
Miosis is one of the first symptoms of soman intoxication and can be seen in doses of less than 1% of the LC50. Table 1 shows ... One of the first observable signs of a soman poisoning is miosis. Some, but not all of the later indications are vomiting, ...
*  Pupillary light reflex
A greater intensity of light causes the pupil to constrict (miosis/myosis; thereby allowing less light in), whereas a lower ...
*  Pilocarpine
Eye drops can result in brow ache and chronic use in miosis. Systemic injection of pilocarpine can compromise the blood brain ... miosis). Pilocarpine also acts on the ciliary muscle and causes it to contract. When the ciliary muscle contracts, it opens the ...
*  Orbitalis muscle
The signs of Horner's syndrome are ptosis, miosis, anhydrosis, and (apparent) enophthalmos. While some attribute the ...
*  Klumpke paralysis
If Horner syndrome is present, there is miosis (constriction of the pupils) in the affected eye. The injury can result from ... Involvement of T1 may result in Horner's syndrome, with ptosis, and miosis. Weakness or lack of ability to use specific muscles ...
*  Pethidine
Unlike other opioids, it does not cause miosis because of its anticholinergic properties. Overdose can cause muscle flaccidity ...
*  Ptosis (eyelid)
When caused by Horner's syndrome, ptosis is usually accompanied by miosis and anhidrosis. In this case, the ptosis is due to ...
*  Carbachol
In topical ocular and intraocular administration its principal effects are miosis and increased aqueous humour outflow. In the ... Intraocular administration is used to produce miosis after lens implantation during cataract surgery. Carbachol can also be ...
*  Vergence
Voluntary convergence is normally accompanied by accommodation and miosis (constriction of the pupil); often however, with ... influences the convergence which can also show an impact on reading and near visual tasks because of its brightness and miosis ...
*  5-HT1A receptor
Fanciullacci M, Sicuteri R, Alessandri M, Geppetti P (March 1995). "Buspirone, but not sumatriptan, induces miosis in humans: ...