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24 Possible Causes for Sluggish Pupillary Reflex

  • Triple A Syndrome

    A routine ophthalmic examination showed absence of palpebral portion of lacrimal gland, dry eyes and sluggish pupillary reflexes in both eyes of these patients.[]

  • Neuronal Intranuclear Inclusion Disease

    The ophthalmologic examinations revealed sluggish pupillary reflexes without visual disturbances and retinal abnormalities.[]

  • Congenital Microcoria

    Related ipsilateral findings include a sluggish pupillary reflex, slight enophthalmos, moderate ptosis, facial anhidrosis, transient conjunctival injection, and a vascular[] TopParry-Romberg syndrome Parry-Romberg syndrome is a facial hemiatrophy that typically produces miosis, sluggish pupillary reflexes, enophthalmos, nystagmus, ptosis, and[] With alcoholic neuropathy, related effects include progressive, variable muscle weakness and wasting; various sensory disturbances; and hypoactive deep tendon reflexes.[]

  • Wernicke Encephalopathy

    pupillary reflexes Anisocoria (unequal pupils) It is caused by a thiamine deficiency, resulting in microhaemorrhages and secondary gliosis of periaqueductal grey matter.[] […] confusional state ophthalmoplegia- commonly CN VI palsy nystagmus ataxic gait with associated features including: peripheral neuropathy resting tachycardia nutritional deficiency sluggish[]

  • Asthenia

    Either the condition of an inactive larva not yet metamorphosed to a pupa or autointoxication, particularly among insects. asthenocoria Sluggish pupillary light reflex. asthenophobia[]

  • Pineal Gland Neoplasm

    Common physical examination findings of pineal choriocarcinoma include papilledema , signs of precocious puberty , restricted extraocular movements , sluggish pupillary light[] reflex , stiff neck , hemiparesis , and abducent nerve palsy . [5] Laboratory findings consistent with the diagnosis of pineal choriocarcinoma include abnormal CSF analysis[]

  • Optic Neuropathy

    Pupillary reflexes were sluggish and severe dyschromatopsia was documented in both eyes (Ishihara plates).[]

  • Lorazepam

    The near point of accommodation (NPA) was 16 cm in the right eye and 19 cm in the left eye, and sluggish pupillary reflex was noted in both eyes.[]

  • Leber Congenital Amaurosis Type 9

    We found frequently occurring symptoms as in other forms of LCA, such as eye poking, enophthalmos, nystagmus, sluggish pupillary reflexes, hyperopia, keratoconus, and juvenile[]

  • Reye Syndrome

    […] delirium Combativeness Hyperventilation Hyperactive reflexes Sluggish pupillary response Response to painful stimuli Manifestations of Stage 3 Coma Seizures Decorticate ([] Reflexes are hyperreflexic, and hyperventilation is present. Pupillary reactions are sluggish.[] Manifestations of Stage 1 Lethargy Vomiting Anorexia Early liver dysfunction Brisk pupillary reaction Ability to follow commands Manifestations of Stage 2 Confusion/disorientation[]

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