pupillary


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pu·pil 1

 (pyo͞o′pəl)
n.
1. A student under the direct supervision of a teacher or professor.
2. Law A minor under the supervision of a guardian.

[Middle English pupille, orphan, from Old French, from Latin pūpillus, diminutive of pūpus, boy.]

pu′pil·lar·y (-pə-lĕr′ē) adj.

pu·pil 2

 (pyo͞o′pəl)
n.
The apparently black circular opening in the center of the iris of the eye, through which light passes to the retina.

[Middle English, from Old French pupille, from Latin pūpilla, little doll, pupil of the eye (from the tiny image reflected in it); see pupil1.]

pu′pi·lar, pu′pil·lar·y (-pə-lĕr′ē) adj.

pupillary

(ˈpjuːpɪlərɪ) or

pupilary

adj
1. (Education) of or relating to a pupil or a legal ward
2. (Law) of or relating to a pupil or a legal ward
[C17: from pupil1 + -ary]
ˌpupilˈlarity, ˌpupiˈlarity n

pupillary

(ˈpjuːpɪlərɪ) or

pupilary

adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the pupil of the eye
[C18: from Latin pūpilla pupil2]

pu•pil•lar•y1

(ˈpyu pəˌlɛr i)

adj.
of a pupil or student.

pu•pil•lar•y2

(ˈpyu pəˌlɛr i)

adj.
of the pupil of the eye.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pupillary - of or relating to the pupil of the eye
Translations

pu·pil·la·ry

a. pupilar, rel. a la pupila;
___ reflexreflejo ___.
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Moreover, in mice lacking MeCP2, the gene mutated in Rett syndrome, restoring a normal copy of the gene, in cholinergic brain circuits only, prevented the onset of pupillary abnormalities as well as behavioral symptoms.
The researchers found that using physical examination for detecting increased ICP, the sensitivity and specificity were 28.2 and 85.9 percent for pupillary dilation, 54.3 and 63.6 percent for posturing, and 75.8 and 39.9 percent for Glasgow coma scale of 8 or less.
Pupillary constriction was normal in the right eye and sluggish in the left eye.
In the eye, PEX syndrome manifests as the presence of pseudoexfoliative material deposits on the anterior lens capsule, ciliary body, zonules, pupillary edge, corneal endothelium, anterior vitreous, trabeculum and connective tissue in the eyeball (4-7).
As the pupil pathway is considered to be non-cortical (see Figure 3), post-geniculate damage should not, in theory, affect the pupillary light reflex.
They compared data from a workload metric with observations of pupillary response from participants in a lab study.
Research that relates pupillary dilation to stress and psychological factors in irrational animals is not commonly found, but in humans, studies have been developed for more than 50 years (Laeng et al., 2012).
Any pupillary abnormalities (posterior synechia, mid dilated pupil status, sphincter atrophy, PXF, etc) should be documented for decision making at a later stage.
There was pupillary membrane covering the entire pupil in undilated state.