pupil reaction

pu·pil re·ac·tion

(pyū'pil rē-ak'shun)
Constriction of the pupil in response to light rays.
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Damage to nerves can cause a range of symptoms; Dizziness or fainting upon standing due to a drop in blood pressure, a feeling of fullness after eating little, loss of appetite, diarrhoea and other digestive disorders, hot flashes due to non- regulation of sweat glands, sluggish pupil reaction, exercise intolerance when your heart rate remains unchanged and difficulty with urination or ejaculation besides vaginal dryness.
A pupil reaction test reveals potential neurological disorders in areas of the brain that autism might affect.
As an ex-headmaster I can say that the presentation was exemplary and the pupil reaction was first class.
Check pupil reaction, blood pressure, temperature, pulse, respirations, grasp, and active range of motion of all extremities.
The practical parts of the assessment are: to take keratometry readings, insert and remove a contact lens, perform pupil reactions and manually focimeter a pair of varifocals.
The technology enables ophthalmologists and trained vision technicians from Hyderabad's LV Prasad Eye Institute to diagnose patients in remote locations by virtually viewing their eyelids, conjunctivas, corneas, anterior chambers, irises, pupil reactions and lenses.
The EM/1's ability to document abnormal eye signs and pupil reactions makes it unique for impairment tests that heretofore were subjectively interpreted by law enforcement.
For example a simple record of pupil reactions represents a minimum "external examination," a recommended recall period satisfies the minimum standard for "advice given".
In just 90 seconds, SafetyScope(TM) tests the human eye for movements and pupil reactions for the purpose of evaluating an individual for impairment.
To be able to assess pupil reactions using appropriate techniques (Group 3.
To be able to evaluate pupil reactions using appropriate techniques (Group 3.
Be able to access pupil reactions and differential from normal and abnormal (Group 3.