paradoxic pupillary reflex

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par·a·dox·ic pu·pil·lar·y re·flex

constriction of pupils in darkness, the reverse of that expected.

paradoxic pupillary reflex

the response of a pupil to light that is the reverse of a normal reflex, as when the pupil contracts in a darkened room. It can be a sign of severe congenital visual deficit.

par·a·dox·ic pu·pil·lar·y re·flex

(par'ă-doks'ik pyū'pi-lar-ē rē'fleks)
Constriction of pupils in darkness, the reverse of that expected.

par·a·dox·ic pu·pil·lar·y re·flex

(par'ă-doks'ik pyū'pi-lar-ē rē'fleks)
Constriction of pupils in darkness, the reverse of that expected.