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*  Cataract
Miotics and triparanol may increase the risk. Nearly every person who undergoes a vitrectomy-without ever having had cataract ...
*  Pilocarpine
A miotic of choice in the treatment of glaucoma has passed 110 years of use". Oftalmologia. Romania. 35 (1): 53-55. PMID ... Pilocarpine is in the miotics family of medication. It works by activating cholinergic receptors of the muscarinic type which ...
*  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 ...
*  Opioid
Kollars JP, Larson MD (March 2005). "Tolerance to miotic effects of opioids". Anesthesiology. 102 (3): 701. doi:10.1097/ ...
*  Pupil
Substances that cause miosis are described as miotic. Dilation of the pupil is mydriasis. Dilation can be caused by mydriatic ...
*  Physostigmine
... also has a miotic function, causing pupillary constriction. It is useful in treating mydriasis. Physostigmine ...
*  Ophthalmology
He rationalised the use of many ophthalmically important drugs, including mydriatics and miotics. He also was the founder of ...
*  Head and neck anatomy
The deepest layer is the miotic layer, stratum basale producing daughter cells by mitosis. The mouth, also called the oral ...
*  Apraclonidine
The affected pupil is thus miotic and the pupillary dilator responds to denervation by increasing α1 receptors. Apraclonidine ...
*  Aceclidine
... (Glaucostat, Glaunorm, Glaudin) is a parasympathomimetic miotic agent used in the treatment of narrow angle glaucoma ...
*  Presbyopia
The onset of correction for presbyopia varies among those with certain professions and those with miotic pupils. In particular ...
*  Adie syndrome
The tonic pupil may become smaller (miotic) over time which is referred to as "little old Adie's". Testing with low dose (1/8 ...
*  Plateau iris
if the glaucoma persists even after iridectomy then it is called plateau iris syndrome, this is managed by miotics or laser ...
*  Flurbiprofen
It is primarily indicated as a pre-operative anti-miotic (in an ophthalmic solution) as well as orally for arthritis or dental ...
*  Ectopia lentis
A nonsurgical alternative involves the use of a miotic to constrict the pupil and prevent the lens from luxating into the ...
*  Glaucoma
Miotic agents (parasympathomimetics), such as pilocarpine, work by contraction of the ciliary muscle, opening the trabecular ...
*  List of MeSH codes (D16)
... miotics MeSH D27.505.696.663.050.500 --- mydriatics MeSH D27.505.696.663.050.650 --- parasympatholytics MeSH D27.505.696.663. ...
*  Pharmaceutical drug
... miotics, parasympathomimetics, prostaglandin agonists/prostaglandin inhibitors. nitroglycerin Antibiotics, sympathomimetics, ...
*  C9H15NO2
The molecular formula C9H15NO2 (molar mass: 169.22 g/mol) may refer to: Aceclidine, a parasympathomimetic miotic agent used in ...
*  Amar Agarwal
... ring for small pupil cataract surgery was also modified by him as the Agarwal modification of the Malyugin ring for miotic ...
*  Glaucoma medication
Agents in common clinical use include: Prostaglandin analogs Parasympathomimetic (miotic) agents, including cholinergic and ...
*  Argyll Robertson pupil
... it is the absence of a miotic reaction to light, both direct and consensual, with the preservation of a miotic reaction to near ...
*  Management of strabismus
... muscle fibers was published in American newspapers by New York oculist John Scudder in 1837 Spherical lenses and miotic eye ...
*  Diisopropyl fluorophosphate
... as a miotic in veterinary medicine, and as an experimental agent in neuroscience because of its acetylcholinesterase inhibitory ... fluorophosphate is a parasympathomimetic drug irreversible anti-cholinesterase and has been used in ophthalmology as a miotic ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Pharmacy: Drugs and Medications: P: Pilocarpine
A miotic (parasympathomimetic) used to control intraocular pressure. ... A miotic (parasympathomimetic) used to control intraocular pressure. Sites 2 MedlinePlus: Pilocarpine ...