ANISOCORIA (An – eye – so – cor – ee – ah)
Anisocoria, literally Greek for unequal pupils, describes a condition where the pupils of each eye are different in sizes. Approximately 25% of the population may have a noticeable degree of pupil inequality known as physiologic anisocoria. This pupil-size disparity may fluctuate in degree, be found to alternate between sides, and may disappear at times.
In rare cases, a disparity in pupils may be an indication of neurological disease.
If a difference of pupil size has recently occurred or if you are concerned in any way, call us right away to book an eye examination with one of the doctors.
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(This article was adapted from Optometry Practice Information Systems)