mydriasis

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mydriasis

[mə′drī·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Prolonged dilation of the pupil of the eye.
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It can be performed by physicians/diabetologists, family physicians and general ophthalmologists in dilated pupil.22 Although the procedure is cost-effective as it does not require special preparation and equipment, its findings may have intra-and inter-observer variability.
Collected data included age, medical history, type of [alpha]1-ARAs, preoperative horizontal dilated pupil diameter and horizontal corneal white-to-white (WTW) distance as the limbal diameter.
However, the mean values of AOD500 and AOD250 with dilated pupils were statistically higher in the drug-free period.
The patient had a reduced Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) and a unilateral fixed, dilated pupil. He exhibited trismus and occasional decorticate posturing.
For instance, Horner's syndrome is a condition in which damage affects the function of the upper segments (cervicothoracic) of the paravertebral sympathetic chain, leading to dilated pupil on the ipsilateral side in addition to ipsilateral eyelid ptosis and hemifacial anhidrosis [26].
Fixed and dilated pupil is present from the time of birth, observed more frequently in girls and typically bilateral (1-4).
Does he have a red eye with a cloudy blue tint to the surface and a dilated pupil? These could be signs of glaucoma that require immediate treatment to avoid significant or complete loss of vision.
Unilateral dilated pupil was helpful in diagnosis of intracranial compressing hematoma.
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.