ⓘ Polycoria

                                     

ⓘ Polycoria

Polycoria is a pathological condition of the eye characterized by more than one pupillary opening in the iris. It may be congenital or result from a disease affecting the iris. It results in decreased function of iris and pupil, affecting the physical eye and visualization.

                                     
  • flowering plants in the daisy family Having two pupils in the same eye: see polycoria An old and now wrong usage for heterochromia iridum having eyes of different
  • corectopia in some cases. Eye injury Iridodialysis Monocular diplopia Polycoria Axenfeld - Rieger syndrome Cassin, B. Solomon, S. 1990 Dictionary of
  • require no treatment, but those with larger dialyses may have corectopia or polycoria and experience monocular diplopia, glare, or photophobia. Iridodialyses
  • case, this was not a true dicoria two pupils in the same iris Real polycoria can be due to disease but is most often due to previous trauma or surgery