microcoria


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microcoria

 [mi″kro-ko´re-ah]
smallness of the pupil.

mi·cro·co·ri·a

(mī'krō-kō'rē-ă),
A congenitally small pupil with an inability to dilate.
[micro- + G. korē, pupil]

microcoria

/mi·cro·co·ria/ (-kor´e-ah) smallness of the pupil.

mi·cro·co·ri·a

(mī'krō-kōr'ē-ă)
A congenitally small pupil with an inability to dilate.
[micro- + G. korē, pupil]

microcoria

Abnormally small pupils, usually congenital and due to an absence of the dilator pupillae muscle.

microcoria

smallness of the pupil.
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38-40) Other phenotypes have been reported: oscillopsia, primary ovarian failure, thyroid hormone abnormalities, hypothermia, microcoria, dysautonomia and acute evolution of the disease with death occurring in less than 2 months.
Microcoria is the medical term used to describe persistent smallness of the pupil that may be present at birth or develop over the years.