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Physiological Anisocoria
Monday, 13 April 2009 19:49

 

What is Physiological Anisocoria? What is the treatment for Physiological Anisocoria?

 

Physiological anisocoria is a benign condition when one’s pupils are slightly unequal. This condition occurs spontaneously and is typically notice more in younger patients with light colored irises. It often occurs at the end of the day or if someone is extremely fatigued or tired. It is important to have an eye doctor examine one’s pupils to verify that it is physiologic anisocoria. Once diagnosed, there is no treatment.

 

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