mydriasis


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mydriasis

[mə′drī·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Prolonged dilation of the pupil of the eye.
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One hundred and five eyes were diagnosed without diabetic retinopathy under mydriasis funduscopy; ninety eyes were corrected by FFA (72%).
After mydriasis, the PG eyes showed different extent of pigment granule dusting on lens zonules and/or posterior peripheral surface referred to as Zentmayer ring or Scheie's line.
Slit lamp examination OD OS Conjunctiva Normal color Severe congestion Sclera White, silent eye Dilated episcleral vessels Cornea Transparent, normal Mild epithelial edema, no thickness, no KP KP AC Absent in periphery, normal depth in the center; cellular Tyndall= [empty set] Iris "Iris bombe", fine IPS/ 360*; atrophic iris stroma, multiple rolling folds near the iris scleral insertion, supero-temportal rotation of the entire iris (Figure 1) Pupil Medium mydriasis, not reflex, pupillary diameter = 4 mm, mild corectopia (supero-temporal) Lens Normally positioned, transparent Lacrimal Normal Intense hyperlacrimation adnexa Abbreviations: AC--anterior chamber, KP--keratic precipitates, PIS-- peripheral iris synechiae Table 2.
In this letter, a case presentation has been made to recognize congenital mydriasis, discuss the causes of mydriasis and emphasize the importance of pupil examination.
Topical instillation of 1% Atropine sulphate ophthalmic solution was undertaken prior to surgery to achieve mydriasis.
After adequate mydriasis with tropicamide 1% and topical anaesthesia with proparacaine (Alcaine) 0.
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d) Mydriasis, enophthalmos and transient hoarseness.
Dry mouth, drowsiness, dizziness, rhinitis, depression, emotional lability, migraine, skin rash, mydriasis, insomnia, constipation, diarrhea, peripheral edema, and menstrual disorders.
The patient presents with ataxia, slurred speech and bilateral mydriasis.