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Approach to Anisocoria and Pupil Cases

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Title: Approach to Anisocoria and Pupil Cases
Author: Don Raphael Wynn, MD
Date: 12/05/2017 
Keywords/Main Subjects: Pupils; Approach to anisocoria; Sympathetic; Parasympathetic; Horner’s; Physiologic anisocoria; 3rd nerve palsy; Adie’s Pupil; Brown-Sequard Syndrome; Jimson Weed; Benign episodic unilateral mydriasis; Pourfour de Petit Syndrome; Marcus-Gunn jaw wink; Congenital Horner’s; Acquired Horner’s; Adie’s Pupil; Sectoral palsy; Midbrain corectopia
Diagnosis: NA
Brief Description: Various approaches to anisocoria.
Format: Video
Series: Moran Eye Center Resident Lectures 2017
Identifier: Moran_CORE_24834
Copyright statement: Copyright 2017. Please see terms of use page for more information.