mydriasis

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mydriasis

[mə′drī·ə·səs]
(medicine)
Prolonged dilation of the pupil of the eye.
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All measurements were taken with the patient in supine position with dim ambient lighting to provide natural pupil dilation.
Pupil dilation Diameter of pupil Pupil diameter increased with increase in stress EEG Fpz point, Fpz point, LZ-complexity, LZ-complexity, alpha alpha relative power and relative power and the ratio of alpha power the ratio of alpha to beta power are power to beta power effective in determining K-Nearest-Neighbor stress but Naive Bayesian classifier and Naive classifier is not suitable Bayesian classifier for the stress prediction based EEG data.
Rocuronium bromide provides safe and reliable pupil dilation when used topically in tawny owls (Strix aluco), common buzzards (Buteo buteo), little owls (Athene rtoctua), and European kestrels.
EIDON can be used automatically or manually, with or without pupil dilation.
For that, the urine and pupil dilation tests have been introduced.
Google's Smart Contact Lens, for example, can measure pupil dilation to track blood glucose levels for diabetics and, when synced with a smart device, send an alert.
The computer during the interrogation can pick up the physical signs of deceit, and someone being uncomfortable or upset through various means such as pupil dilation.
Fast optic flow stimuli also induced larger pupil dilation, suggesting that it increased the observer's arousal level.
If a hit registers in the yellow or red range, the district athletic trainer will call the player out of the game and check for concussion symptoms, such as headaches, dizziness, confusion, and pupil dilation.
More recently, Savin-Williams and human development postdoctoral associate Gerulf Rieger discovered that pupil dilation is an accurate indicator of one's sexual attraction--the first scientific evidence of this phenomenon.