mydriasis


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mydriasis

[mə′drī·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Prolonged dilation of the pupil of the eye.
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In the European Union, European Commission has approved Omidria for use in cataract surgery and lens replacement procedures to maintain mydriasis (pupil dilation), prevent miosis (pupil constriction), and to reduce postoperative eye pain.
247) The argument is that a police officer can stop a vehicle if he has a reasonable suspicion that the driver is impaired due to alcohol or drugs (248) and then can rely on specific symptoms of drug use, such as mydriasis, bloodshot eyes, or any obvious impairment, to establish probable cause to make an arrest.
Bilateral mydriasis in common buzzards (Buteo buteo) and little owls (Athene noctua) induced by concurrent topical administration of rocuronium bromide.
We believe the mydriasis occurred secondary to the mass effect, which impaired the function of the parasympathetic pupilomotor fibers.
Iritis, Keratitis, Keratoconjunctivitis, Miosis, Mydriasis, Night blindness, Ophthalmoplegia, Optic atrophy.
Some opioid analgesics alone (in particular meperidine and propoxyphene, no longer manufactured) or in combination with anticholinergic agents (some cough and cold preparations, the antidiarrheal agent diphenoxylate/atropine) do not result in miosis, but instead cause mydriasis (enlarged pupils), perhaps based on competing anticholinergic activity.
The physiological effects of cocaine include vasoconstriction, tachycardia, mydriasis, and hyperthermia (Lathers et al.
Regarding pupil dilation, on the first day the patient had mydriasis, but since day 15 she had myosis.
The pupil did not constrict when pilocarpine drops of 1 % concentration were applied to the eye, indicating a pharmacological cause for the mydriasis (Figure 2).
Hypothermia, hyperglycaemia, diuresis, mydriasis and decreased gastrointestinal motility are other effects of amitraz which were absent in our patient.
Antimuscarinics are not recommended for OAB patients with uncontrolled narrow-angle glaucoma because of their potential for mydriasis (prolonged dilatation of the pupil).
Bronchospasm, dyspnoea, hepatic dysfunction, acute pancreatitis, gastrointestinal discomfort, increased blood pressure, headache, vomiting, palpitations, nervousness, irritability, restlessness, mydriasis, closed angle glaucoma, tachycardia, dysuria, urinary retention.