Definition: 'Pupillary Light-near Dissociation'
pupillary light-near dissociationType: Term
1. a stronger near pupil response than light response; due to weak pupillomotor input, Argyll Robertson pupil, dorsal midbrain syndrome, or to misdirection of ciliary muscle fibers into the iris sphincter.
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