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Synonyms for mydriatic

a drug that causes the pupil of the eye to dilate

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Consequently, topical or intraocular parasympatholytic (atropine) and sympathomimetic (phenylephrine) mydriatic agents used to dilate mammalian pupils are not effective in a variety of avian species because of the high proportion of striated sphincter muscle fibers.
Mydriatic eye drop 1% cyclopentolate HCl was instilled in the morning starting approximately 2 h before the surgery, one drop every 30 min.
According to the company, the PharmacoSurgery product Omidria contains the mydriatic (pupil-dilating) agent phenylephrine and the anti-inflammatory agent ketorolac and was developed for use during cataract or other intraocular lens (IOL) replacement surgery.
Postoperatively topical antibiotics steroid and mydriatic drops were administered.
Mydriatic retinography was used to diagnose prevalent retinopathy in 9447 participants.
Her behavior, the funny stories about throwing crutches away or the threats to use nuclear weapons against Russians, as well as stunningly mydriatic pupils of her eyes staring at interlocutors while she is talking aACAo it all makes experts believe that they deal with steady delirium provoked by drugs, or even psychological anomaly.
When synechia or cataract was suspected, mydriatic drops were instilled and the patient was re-examined to confirm the diagnosis.
Tropane alkaloids, especially atropine andhyoscine, are widely used in medicine for their mydriatic, antispasmodic, anticholinergic, analgesic and sedative properties [11].
If erosions are present, add a mydriatic and refer to an ophthalmologist for daily split-lamp examination until cured.
We also hope that government facilities will introduce means for better and more effective screening methods such as the use of non mydriatic fundus camera," added Dr Taryam.
He was started on intensive ocular lubricants and topical antibiotics, together with a mydriatic agent and topical non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDS).