Pupillary reflex refers to one of the reflexes associated with pupillary function.
- Pupillary light reflex
- Accommodation reflex
- Pupillary response
Although pupillary dilation is not usually called a "reflex", it is still usually considered a part of this topic.
Accommodation and vergence are also known as the "near response", while inhibition of the ciliary muscle is also known as the "far response".
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