A sudden blow to the head may lead to one or both of your pupils dilating in a serious brain injury. Anisocoria, Coloboma, Pituitary gland tumor, Third cranial nerve palsy, brain injury, Cluster headache, Iritis, Adie syndrome, Horner’s syndrome affect the pupils.
Concussions and dilated pupils:
Pupils of unequal sizes or dilated pupils indicate that a person is impacted by a terrible concussion or a more austere form of TBI than a concussion.
Concussion may give rise to temporary or permanent vision-related symptoms. Some critical injuries may cause permanent damage to the optic nerve. This is a result of a communication problem between the eyes and brain resulting from the injury. Often doctors perform a swinging light test to find out pupil reactivity.
Pupillary evaluation is a noninvasive and rapid test that offers an indication of the nervous system and eye health. An injury of the upper brain stem … Read More