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Cup-to-disc ratio was 0. The test is a quick and simple way to differentiate Horner’s syndrome from The patient was started on oral anticoagulants and oral steroids. Asthenopia Hemeralopia Photophobia Scintillating scotoma. The mechanism of action is best understood on a histological level of blood vessel anatomy.

Generally the history and examination will distinguish the major entities causing an abnormal large pupil e. The patient’s dilated fundus exam revealed that her posterior poles and peripheral retinas were both within normal limits.

The remainder of the eye exam was stable and unchanged from previously. An additional topic that surfaces fairly frequently in the literature is that of imaging ICA’s with duplex ultrasound given its lower cost. Clinical manifestations of carotid dissection.

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Diseases of the eye and adnexa Oculomotor nerve. There are many causes of anisocoriaand not all are related to disorders of the GVE-LMN innervation of the iris muscles.

Portuguese words that cwusas with a. In fact, benign pupillary inequality exists in practically all individuals, but not necessarily all of the time. Hemianopsia binasal bitemporal homonymous Quadrantanopia. Conjugate gaze palsy Convergence insufficiency Internuclear ophthalmoplegia One and a half syndrome.

Typically bilateral, chronic, symmetric, pupils not involved, ocular motilities normal.

Essential Anisocoria All pupils are not created equal. Typically, injuries causing an ICAD involve hyperextension and rotation of the neck.

Patient a has anisocoria secondary to a sympathetic defect in the left eye. Common differential diagnoses to consider are listed in Table 2.

Etiologies are vast and range from benign to life-threatening causes such as malignancies or internal carotid artery dissections. Ophthalmoparesis Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia Kearns—Sayre syndrome. Both pupils reacted briskly to light and there were no signs of any afferent pupillary defect OU. If the pupil does not dilate anisocorria hydroxyamphetamine then the lesion is postganglionic.

Examples of use in the Portuguese literature, quotes and news about anisocoria. Anisocoria was noted, with the left pupil larger than the right. It is difficult to determine if she, indeed, had an underlying inherent structural defect in the wall of her carotid arteries, secondary to such systemic conditions as previously mentioned in this article.


We also share information about the use of the site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners. Her medical history was positive only for seasonal allergies and a history of a concussion 3 years anisooria after falling off of her bike. Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep. Ptosis, fluctuating waxing and waning Sx, typically worse at end of day, worsens with exhaustion, pupils never involved, cranial nerves palsies possible, more common in younger women, associated with thalamus issues.

One week later the patient returned for follow-up. The lamina intima, being the most inelastic layer of arterial vessels, tears under the forces of hyperextension and rotation. Horner syndrome secondary to an ICAD is a rare, but well-reported finding in ophthalmological literature.

As she bent caussa, her neck most likely hyperextended and rotated to some degree, which stretched the lamina intima layer of the carotid artery leading to a small defect in the arterial wall.