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Argyll-Robertson pupil (redirected from AR pupils)
Argyll-Robertson pupil An ocular finding, now of largely historic interest, for a pupil that can focus on a near object (accommodate) but does not react to light, which is classically described in tertiary syphilis. Near-light dissociation is also seen with Adie tonic pupil syndrome, a benign peripheral neuropathy which, in contrast to the brisk and immediate response of AR pupils, is characterised by a slow and prolonged near response.
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Argyll-Robertson pupil Ophthalmology A pupil that reacts to accommodation but not to light, a finding typical of 3º syphilis
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