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1,173 Possible Causes for Miosis

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  • Opiate Overdose

    Opiate overdose is characterized by respiratory depression, reduced consciousness, and miosis.[] Constricted pupils (miosis) or poor arousability in a slow-breathing patient further suggest opioid toxicity.[] Look for the toxidrome of opiate intoxication Miosis CNS depression respiratory depression complications of hypoxia: seizures, dysrrhythmias, brain injury Whilst the obvious[]

  • Brain Stem Infarction

    It is typified by vertigo, ipsilateral hemiataxia, dysarthria, ptosis and miosis.[] […] structure that extends in the lateral aspect of the pons down into the medulla) Sympathetic pathway : ipsilateral Horner’s syndrome, that is partial ptosis and a small pupil (miosis[] Ipsilateral clinical features include the following: Ataxia and dysmetria, due to damage to the inferior cerebellar peduncle and cerebellum Horner syndrome (eg, ptosis, miosis[]

  • Uveitis

    Spasm of the ocular sphincter muscle causes miosis.[] Pupillary miosis is common. Slit-lamp examination This is the most important aspect of the examination.[] Mydriatics: Mydriatics are given to counter the severe miosis.[]

  • Anterior Uveitis

    Clinical features: Symptoms: pain due to ciliary spasm, red eye, photophobia, decreased vision and tearing Signs: Circumcorneal ciliary injection, irregular pupil or miosis[] Anterior Uveitis – Diagnostic Techniques & Signs Slit lamp biomicroscopy Circumlimbal injection AC flare and cells Keratic precipitates (KP) Pupil miosis Hypopyon Band Keratopathy[]

  • Intrapontine Hemorrhage

    , or autonomic instability Cerebellum - Ataxia, usually beginning in the trunk, ipsilateral facial weakness, ipsilateral sensory loss, gaze paresis, skew deviation, miosis[] […] apo-plectiform onset with fast developing coma, and show disturbance of vegetative function (disturbance of respiration, cardiac dysrhythmias, hyperthermia, hypertension), miosis[] Mild ptosis with concurrent miosis OD was also found.[]

  • Heroin Dependence

    Decreased gastrointestinal motility (can cause constipation) Cough suppression Suppression of corticotropin-releasing factor and adrenocorticotropin hormone Pinpoint pupils (miosis[]

  • Brain Stem Hemorrhage

    The fulminating malignant course is characterised by rapid onset of coma, miosis, tetraplegia and respiratory disturbances.[]

  • Iritis

    […] iritis. [6], [4] IOP may be increased due to inflammatory process or it may be decreased due to damage of the ciliary body’s ability to produce aqueous humor. [10], [4] Miosis[] Pupillary miosis is common. Slit-lamp examination This is the most important aspect of the examination.[] […] what is called an iris bombé. [9] Intractable secondary glaucoma may also result following traumatic iritis. [9] Symptoms Photophobia (pain when light enters eye; pain with miosis[]

  • Horner's Syndrome

    Postoperatively, left ptosis and miosis had improved slightly.[] Horner's syndrome is characterized by a classic triad of ipsilateral pupillary miosis, partial eyelid ptosis, and facial anhydrosis.[] From Wikidata Jump to navigation Jump to search Human disease characterized by miosis (a constricted pupil), partial ptosis (a weak, droopy eyelid), apparent anhydrosis (decreased[]

  • Metabolic Encephalopathy

    Fumarase deficiency is a very rare inborn error of metabolism caused by decreased activity of fumarate hydratase enzyme. We describe a fumarase-deficient infant who presented with encephalopathy, metabolic crisis, psychomotor retardation, hypotonia, seizures, and facial dysmorphism. To our knowledge, this is the[…][]

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