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Traumatic Mydriasis
I have had blunt trauma to my rt eye .My rt eye pupil is still dilated reactive to light but remains much larger as compare to left. I cannot focus on nearby things. Is there any treatment for this.I heard about pupiloplasty (iris cerclage).Is it option for this or any other better.
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Hello....... Traumatic mydriasis (pupillary dilatation) occurs when there are small tears to the sphincter muscle of the iris... For isolated traumatic mydriasis , no specific treatment is indicated since the condition often resolves spontaneously.if it's not healing underlying cause should be addressed. Consult ophthalmologist..
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