Pupillary

  • (adj): Of or relating to the pupil of the eye.

Some articles on pupillary:

Hippus
... Hippus, also known as pupillary athetosis, is spasmodic, rhythmic (< 0.04 Hz), but irregular dilating and contracting pupillary movements between the sphincter and dilator muscles ... Pupillary hippus comes from the Greek hippos meaning horse, perhaps due to the rhythm of the contractions representing a galloping horse ...
Pretectal Area - Function - Pupillary Light Reflex
... The pupillary light reflex is mediated by the pretectum ... to the Edinger-Westphal nucleus which proceeds to relay the command to constrict the pupils to the pupillary sphincter via the ciliary ganglion ...
Pupillary Response
... Pupillary response is a physiological response that varies the size of the pupil, either resulting in constriction (miosis) or dilation (mydriasis, expansion), via relaxation or contraction of the iris ... A pupillary response can be intentionally conditioned as a Pavlovian response to some stimuli ... The latency of pupillary response (the time in which it takes to occur) increases with age ...
Marcus Gunn Pupil - Examination
... The Marcus Gunn pupil is a relative afferent pupillary defect indicating a decreased pupillary response to light in the affected eye ... This indicates an intact direct and consensual pupillary light reflex ... When the test is performed in an eye with an afferent pupillary defect, light directed in the affected eye will cause only mild constriction of both pupils (due to decreased response to light from ...
Pupillary Reflex
... Pupillary reflex refers to one of the reflexes associated with pupillary function ... Types include Pupillary light reflex Accommodation reflex See also Pupillary response Although pupillary dilation is not usually called a "reflex", it is still usually considered a part of ... MLF (Vestibulo-oculomotor fibers) → Oculomotor nucleus → Medial rectus muscle Pupillary reflex Pupillary dilation 1° (Posterior hypothalamus ...