Isolated Simultaneous Bilateral Adie’s Pupil

  • Summaya Khan Armed Forces Institute of Ophthalmology, Rawalpindi
  • Muhammad Azeem Khizer Armed Forces Institute of Ophthalmology, Rawalpindi
  • Saleh Khurshied Army Medical College, Rawalpindi

Abstract

Adie’s pupil, an efferent pupillary defect is caused by injury to parasympathetic pupillomotor nerve supply to Iris sphincter muscle. More commonly seen in young adult females with up to 80% cases having unilateral involvement. According to literature, Adie’s Pupil may occur alone or as a part of a systemic condition or may be associated with a syndromic presentation. Bilateral Adie’s pupil in a female at initial presentation with mild visual symptoms and no syndromic association is sparsely reported in literature.

Author Biographies

Summaya Khan, Armed Forces Institute of Ophthalmology, Rawalpindi

Classified Eye Specialist,

AFIO Rawalpindi

Saleh Khurshied, Army Medical College, Rawalpindi

Final Year M.B.B.S student,

Army Medical College, Rawalpindi

Published
2020-01-23
How to Cite
1.
Khan S, Khizer M, Khurshied S. Isolated Simultaneous Bilateral Adie’s Pupil. pjo [Internet]. 23Jan.2020 [cited 26Sep.2020];35(4):291-3. Available from: http://pjo.org.pk/index.php/pjo/article/view/899
Section
Brief Communication