Woman with one pupil dilated

Woman with one pupil dilated

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Caption: Pupil dilated. Close-up of the eyes of a woman with one normal pupil (left) and one abnormally dilated pupil (right). An asymmetric dilation of the pupils can be caused by lesions to either the optic or third cervical nerves. Damage to these nerves can be due to disease or injury. Abnormal pupil dilation, often affecting only one eye, is also seen in Holmes-Adie syndrome (Adie's syndrome). At rest the affected pupil is larger than the normal one. It reacts slowly to light, but eventually the affected pupil will contract much more fully than its fellow. The condition is almost entirely restricted to women and is often accompanied by the absence of one or more tendon reflexes.

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Keywords: abnormal, adie's syndrome, condition, dilated, disease, disorder, eye, healthcare, holmes-adie syndrome, medical, medicine, ophthalmic, pupil

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