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Is tropicamide eye drops for some special eye problem?

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Dr. Beth Friedland
Ophthalmology
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In brief: No, diagnostic

Tropicamide is a dilating eye drop and is not usually used as therapy.
If we want a person to keep their eye dilated to treat iritis, or for amblyopia treatment, usually another longer acting eye drop is used.

In brief: No, diagnostic

Tropicamide is a dilating eye drop and is not usually used as therapy.
If we want a person to keep their eye dilated to treat iritis, or for amblyopia treatment, usually another longer acting eye drop is used.
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