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Bibliography and classification of the literature of pupillary response

Robert Hess Koff

Bibliography and classification of the literature of pupillary response

by Robert Hess Koff

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Published by Whittaker Corp. in Waltham, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pupil (Eye) -- Bibliography,
  • Pupillometry -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPupillometer : bibliography, T V pupillometer : bibliography
    Statementby Robert H. Koff.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6663E9 K6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination102 p., [19] leaves.
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20664797M

    The pupillary light response is a reflex that results in changes in pupil diameter in response to changes in light intensity (luminance) striking the retina. Increased light intensity results in constriction of the pupil while decreased light intensity causes pupillary dilation. Response to art. The more interesting an artwork is perceived to be, the greater the dilation of the pupil (Libby, Lacey, & Lacey, ). In a study conducted by Kuchinke, Trapp, Jacobs, & Leder () there was a relationship found between pupillary response and aesthetic pleasure.

    The pupillary response reflects the activity of the autonomic nervous response, especially the parasympathetic and sympathetic systems (Charier et al., ). common pupillary abnormalities Capture and quantification of subtle pupillary abnormalities indicative of a number pupillary abnormality may result from ischaemia of the ciliary ganglia. Pupillary response to near vision that is often dispro- portionately better. Pupillary dysfunction, a concerning finding in the neurologic.

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Bibliography and classification of the literature of pupillary response by Robert Hess Koff Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pupillary response is a physiological response that varies the size of the pupil, via the optic and oculomotor cranial nerve. A constriction response (), is the narrowing of the pupil, which may be caused by scleral buckles or drugs such as opiates/opioids or anti hypertension medications.

Constriction of the pupil occurs when the circular muscle, controlled by the parasympathetic. T.V. Damodaran, in Biomarkers in Toxicology, Pupillary response measurement. The pupillary response may occur for several reasons, such as exposure to light, sexual stimulation, before sleep, or in response to a stressor.

Pupillary response varies the size of the pupil of the eye via the iris dilator muscle, which dilates in response to a stressor. Pupillary light response (PLR) is the reduction of pupil size in response to direct light.

This is the most common stimulus for pupillary constriction. Reflex pupillary constriction is also involved in convergence and accommodation for nearby objects. Pupillary reflex refers to one of the reflexes associated with pupillary function.

Types include: Pupillary light reflex and Accommodation gh Pupillary response, where the pupil dilates or constricts due to light is not usually called a "reflex", it is still usually considered a part of this ment to close-range vision is known as "the near response", while inhibition Popular culture: Op art, Trompe-l'œil, Spectropia.

The pupillary light reflex (PLR) or photopupillary reflex is a reflex that controls the diameter of the pupil, in response to the intensity of light that falls on the retinal ganglion cells of the retina in the back of the eye, thereby assisting in adaptation of vision to various levels of lightness/darkness.

A greater intensity of light causes the pupil to constrict (miosis/myosis; thereby. Pupillometry: The psychology of the pupillary response (The Series in clinical and community psychology) [Janisse, Michel Pierre] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Pupillometry: The psychology of the pupillary response (The Series in Author: Michel Pierre Janisse. A Custom-made Pupillometer System for Characterizing Pupillary Light Response The study, published in the journal Nature Communications, saw them investigate the pupillary light reflex - a basic mechanism controlling the amount of light that reaches the retina in which the pupil contracts when the eye is exposed to sudden increases in brightness.

the pupillary response may still remain, particularly as it pertains to patients with TBI. Therefore, the purpose of this article is to identify the key components of a pupil-lary examination and its associated physiologic response.

A case study is provided to illustrate the appli-File Size: 2MB. Other articles where Pupillary block glaucoma is discussed: eye disease: Glaucoma: of angle closure glaucoma, called pupillary block glaucoma, the lens seals against the iris and blocks the flow of aqueous humour through the pupil.

The root of the iris (which is rather thin) is then pushed forward because of increased posterior pressure, which closes the angle and prevents outflow.

When performing a pupillary exam, it sometimes helps to illuminate pupils indirectly from the side, so you can actually see what is happening.

Observe the pupil size and shape at rest, looking for anisocoria (one pupil larger than the other) Observe the direct response (constriction of the illuminated pupil).

A high-resolution binocular video-oculography system: assessment of pupillary light reflex and detection of an early incomplete blink and an upward eye movement Julián Espinosa, Ana Belén Roig, Jorge Pérez, David Mas.

The pupillary response also occurs quite frequently when an individual changes focus from a distant object to a nearby object or vice versa.

This is a part of the accommodation reflex, which encompasses a variety of changes in the eye related to changing objects dominate a large area of one's field of vision, so the pupil tends to be larger to receive. pupillary reflex An alteration in the size of the pupil in response to a change in the light intensity.

An increase in light intensity causes both pupils to contract (see iris) even if only one retina is directly is known as a consensual reflex. Conversely, a decrease in light intensity causes dilation of the pupils.

reflex [re´fleks] a reflected action or movement; the sum total of any particular automatic response mediated by the nervous system. A reflex is built into the nervous system and does not need the intervention of conscious thought to take effect.

The knee jerk is an example of the simplest type of reflex. When the knee is tapped, the nerve that. This section has two objectives: 1) to provide a brief overview of the pupillary response in relation to cognitive processes in normal and abnormal populations, and 2) to provide an update of papers during the past decade that have not been reviewed in summary papers.

Figure 1: Pupillary response during the mental multiplication task. There is a small ( mm) increase in pupil size as the multiplicand is committed to short term memory and a larger, longer-lasting increase after the subjects hear the multiplier and begin computing the. Define pupillary.

pupillary synonyms, pupillary pronunciation, pupillary translation, English dictionary definition of pupillary. They compared data from a workload metric with observations of pupillary response from participants in a lab study. Eyes can improve mental health, says study literature, geography, and other reference data.

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pupil: see eyeeye, organ of vision and light perception. In humans the eye is of the camera type, with an iris diaphragm and variable focusing, or accommodation. Other types of eye are the simple eye, found in many invertebrates, and the compound eye, found in insects and many other.

Click the link for more information. Pupil the opening in the. An afferent pupillary defect (APD) is observed when there is a reduced pupillary constriction of both eyes (direct and consensual responses) compared to .Pathophysiology of Pupillary Reflexes. Basic Principle.

There are two key muscles involved in pupillary constriction. Sphincter Pupillae- constrictor muscle that is innervated by the Parasympathetic nervous system innvervated by Oculomotor Nerve (CN3) hence forming the basis of the efferent pupillary response.Related to pupillary: pupillary reflex, pupillary block, pupillary distance, Pupillary light reflex pupil 1 in Scots law, a boy under 14 and a girl un a distinction now largely superceded by the age of majority at