mydriasis

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mydriasis

[mə′drī·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Prolonged dilation of the pupil of the eye.
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The new analysis included 53,472 members of Kaiser Permanente Northern California's diabetes registry who had an initial dilated pupil retinal exam during 1996-1998 that was coded as "no retinopathy.
10am Assessment of the first patient through dilated pupil and also using an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) scanner which creates a 3D view of the patient's macular.
Adie's tonic pupils will constrict in response to this drug whereas the dilated pupil will not constrict in the presence of third nerve palsy.
1,8,9] The pupillary light reflex is an indirect measure of brain stem injury and herniation as compression of the third cranial nerve results in a fixed and dilated pupil.
It involves assessment of visual acuity (including the use of a pinhole to overcome refractive error) and a retinal examination (fundoscopy) through a dilated pupil.
The man showed all signs of death, including dilated pupil, no heartbeat and no breathing," a doctor at Saqr Hospital told 7DAYS yesterday adding that the Pakistani man had not responded to any of their initial treatments.
To achieve that, a binocular must have an exit pupil as large as the dilated pupil in your eye.
Sometimes drug-related pupil dilatation is the cause of a dilated pupil without any history or evidence of neurological diseases.
Regular dilated pupil exams help detect vision problems before it's too late.
Postoperatively, her physical examination revealed a left dilated pupil, a left oculomotor nerve palsy with ptosis, and a dense hemiparesis on the left side.
Such systems can obtain diagnostic-quality digital retinal images without pupil dilation and highly agree with both 35 mm retinal photography through a dilated pupil and clinical exam by a retina specialist [5-6].
The use of a slit-lamp optical section technique is the only accurate way of detecting and assessing nuclear cataract and it is best performed with a dilated pupil, although is still possible undilated.