28th November 2019


Can Anisocoria be cured?

Your doctor's recommended treatment plan will depend on the underlying cause of your anisocoria. For example, if an infection is to blame, your doctor might prescribe antibiotic or antiviral eye drops. Some cases of uneven pupil size are temporary or considered to be normal and don't require treatment.

What are the causes of unequal pupils?

Bleeding inside the skull caused by head injury. Brain tumor or abscess (such as, pontine lesions) Excess pressure in one eye caused by glaucoma. Increased intracranial pressure, because of brain swelling, intracranial hemorrhage, acute stroke, or intracranial tumor.

What is the Anisocoria?

Anisocoria is a condition in which the pupil of one eye differs in size from the pupil of the other eye. Your pupils are the black circles in the center of your eyes, and they are usually the same size. Anisocoria can be caused by several things. You can be born with this condition or develop it later.