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Pupil Constriction is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Pupil Constriction books and related discussion.
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- Pupil constriction evoked in vitro by stimulation of the oculomotor
- cally resulted in smaller pupil constriction at all current levels relative to that of nIII stimulation, .
- An evaluation of pupil size standards used by police officers for
- pupil's reaction may be very sluggish, or there may be no visible constriction at all .
- Transient pupil constrictions to faces are sensitive to orientation and
- Mar 24, 2008 Here we show transient pupil constrictions to upright human faces that are pattern also elicits a rapid transient pupil constriction.
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- Uveitis: A Little Bit of Hades
- And since the bad eye mimicks the good eye (in tracking and pupil constriction/dilation), simply covering the bad eye with an eyepatch doesn't solve anything. This morning Dr. Brian Gilger (DVM, MS, Dipl.
- Optogenetics and Its Clinical Applications
- Type II opsins are present in eumetazoans (animals excluding sponges) and carry out various functions such as circadian rhythm, pupil constriction and photoisomerization or recycling the non-protein component, the chromophore.
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- Pupillary reflex - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Although pupillary dilation is not usually called a "reflex", it is still usually considered a part of this topic.
- Pupil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The constriction of the pupil and near vision are closely tied.
- Pupil constriction - definition of Pupil constriction in the Medical
- reflex /re·flex/ (re´fleks) a reflected action or movement; the sum total of any particular automatic response mediated by the nervous system.
- Pupil constriction - RightDiagnosis.com
- 5 days ago List of 8 disease causes of Pupil constriction, patient stories, diagnostic guides, medical books excerpts online about Pupil constriction.