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Does acetylcholine result in blurry vision?

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Dr. Damien Luviano
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Yes

It behaves like a key activiting receptors "keyhole" diseases like myasthenia gravis affect the receptor "keyhole". Acetylcholine in its pure form only used inside the eye to constrict the pupil after cataract surgery. Other drugs that mimic its behavior include pilocarpine. Pilocarpine makes pupil smaller and your vision blurry. Great question.

In brief: Yes

It behaves like a key activiting receptors "keyhole" diseases like myasthenia gravis affect the receptor "keyhole". Acetylcholine in its pure form only used inside the eye to constrict the pupil after cataract surgery. Other drugs that mimic its behavior include pilocarpine. Pilocarpine makes pupil smaller and your vision blurry. Great question.
Dr. Damien Luviano
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Dr. John Downing
Ophthalmology

In brief: It can.

It is sometimes injected inside the eye in cataract surgery.
It causes constriction of the pupil and ciliary body for several hours. That is the only use i know of it as a medication. It is a natural hormone that is important in nerve conduction.

In brief: It can.

It is sometimes injected inside the eye in cataract surgery.
It causes constriction of the pupil and ciliary body for several hours. That is the only use i know of it as a medication. It is a natural hormone that is important in nerve conduction.
Dr. John Downing
Dr. John Downing
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