Argyll Robertson pupil
Pronunciation: ar'gil rob'ert-son
Definition: A form of reflex iridoplegia characterized by miosis, irregular shape, and a loss of the direct and consensual pupillary reflex to light, with normal pupillary constriction to a near vision effort (light-near dissociation); often present in tabetic neurosyphilis.
Synonym(s): Robertson pupil
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