Talk:Anisocoria

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Pharmacological agents[edit]

The article says "Some examples of pharmacological agents which may affect the pupils include pilocarpine, cocaine, tropicamide, MDMA, Dextromethorphan, and ergolines." But the source that's cited after it doesn't say anything about these substances. Most of them can dilate the pupil but that's not anisocoria. --Custoo (talk) 06:55, 21 August 2013 (UTC)

meaningless phrasing of statistics[edit]

"About 20% of normal people have a slight difference in pupil size which is known as physiological anisocoria"

who's "normal people"? also, what's a "slight difference"? does that exclude people with a large difference, with no difference, both, at what thresholds? this wording is completely meaningless. it's a non-linked source so i can't fix it.· Lygophile has spoken 12:26, 7 September 2017 (UTC)