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Adie Syndrome

 Subject
Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings
Scope Note: Notes = A syndrome characterized by a TONIC PUPIL that occurs in combination with decreased lower extremity reflexes. The affected pupil will respond more briskly to accommodation than to light (light-near dissociation) and is supersensitive to dilute pilocarpine eye drops, which induce pupillary constriction,Created For = LHSA-Dott

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

PR2.10051, 1951-1952

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.10051
Scope and Contents Typed case summary and correspondence relating to female from Scotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians) aged 40 at first examination in 1951. Conditions mentioned include: partial third nerve paresis; sudden blurring of vision; haemorrhage; scotoma of eye; Adie's pupil; and minor vascular accident. No treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR2.12861, 1953

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.12861
Scope and Contents Note, chart and correspondence relating to female patient from Edinburgh and the Lothians aged 37 at first examination in 1953. Conditions mentioned include: sciatica; Holmes-Adie syndrome; and depressive symptoms. No treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR2.15650, 1955-1956

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.15650
Scope and Contents Typed case summary, correspondence, reports and notes relating to female patient from Edinburgh and the Lothians aged 24 at first examination in 1955. Conditions mentioned include: defective vision; headaches; Holmes-Adie syndrome; and hypermetropic astigmatism. Nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

PR2.838, 1942-1944

 Item
Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.838
Scope and Contents Typed case summary, charts and correspondence relating to female patient from Scotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians) aged 42 at first examination in 1942. Conditions mentioned include: back pain; numbness; herniated nucleus pulposus; and Holmes-Adie syndrome. Surgical and nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.