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A 48-year-old member asked:

what could be the significance of one pupil being larger than the other and associated dizzy spells other than brain tumour?

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Dr. Sabha Ganai
Surgical Oncology 20 years experience
Anisocoria: There is a normal condition called anisocoria which is seen in 10-20% of people but the pupils are usually only a millimeter or so different. Dizziness can be caused by problems in the brain, but also inner ear disorders, as well as side effects of medications. Should be evaluated by a doctor to be sure what is going on!

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