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Anisocoria. Eye doc put 1 drp apraclonidine rt eye. No change after 15 mins. Got home 20 mins later noticed rt iris now larger. Positive Horners?
One pupil is slightly more dilated then the other. I got sheetrock dust in my eye tonight, and then flushed with water. Could this cause anisocoria?
Most likely not: Getting dust in the eye may cause some irritation with redness, watering or pain which resolves in a few days unless debris remains in the eye to cause inflammation or infection. Anisocoria is usually an accidental benign finding and depending on its appearance, may need some work up to determine its etiology. Good luck?? ...Read more
I was in a car accident 06/25/12 & now have anisocoria and floaters.I have pain and pressure behind my r eye, nose and ear?
MRI/A for head pain/anisocoria read by neuroradiologist said patent PCOAs could not be defined on either side. Could there be an aneurysm in this area then that wasn't seen? Or could I not have PCOAs?
See below: Talk to md. An aneurysm would most likely be detected by this modality. The pcoa on one side or the other might be absent, but the reading said they were there but could not be shown to be patent. Your neurologist will be able to help with this matter. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Painless pressure in head won't go away with painkillers? Pressure in head can cause dizziness, drowsiness and anisocoria (unequal pupil size)?
Emergency: Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health, but, signs of a life-threatening amount of pressure in the head (tumor/bleeding/mass as possible causes) would include drowsiness, change in pupils, change in mood/alertness. and sometimes other neurological symptoms incluing balance/dizziness or weakness or seizures. ...Read more
Unequal pupil sizes: If there is a difference between the sizes of your pupils, you have anisocoria . If no medical condition or disease can be found to account for it, it is termed "physiologic". Check old photos with a magnifier to see if it is old or new! it might result from minor gestational or birth injury! generally nothing to worry about if not associated with something bad and if not progressive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer