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Argyll Robertson Pupil (AR pupil)
Monday, 13 April 2009 19:53

 

What is an Argyll Robertson Pupil (AR pupil)? What is the treatment for Argyll Robertson Pupil (AR pupil)?

 

An Argyll Robertson pupil is an abnormal light and near constriction of the pupils. The pupils are constricted and small and behave poorly to light. The pupils will only constrict with a near stimulus. One will not have any symptoms. It is typically associated with syphilis. The only treatment is to treat the underlying cause.

 

Treatment

Treat underlying cause

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 13 January 2013 23:04
 

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