Human head and neck Hippus

Hippos signsHippos signs
Hz, but irregular dilating and contracting pupillary movements between the sphincter and dilator muscles.[1][2] Pupillary hippus comes from the Greek hippos meaning horse. Hippus
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Equipment Product Catalog Document HolderEquipment Product Catalog Document Holder
Hippus
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Gladimirv. G. BaranoskiGladimirv. G. Baranoski
Another contribution of our work is a model for realistic deformation of the iris pattern as a function of pupil dilation and constriction. Hippus
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Malingering or psychogenic causesMalingering or psychogenic causes
Lower lid – ask patient to look up as you depress both lower lids with your thumbs. Hippus
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The truly ergonomic HandShoe Mouse by HippusThe truly ergonomic HandShoe Mouse by Hippus
Hippus
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Violas plus second yearViolas plus second year
Gayle Young works with orchestral instruments, electroacoustics, pre-recorded sound, and instruments she designed and built in order to work with unusual tunings. She also writes about sound exploration and was the editor of Musicworks. Hippus
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Opioids Depress Pupillary UnrestOpioids Depress Pupillary Unrest
Fentanyl, an agonist at the mu opioid receptor, depresses pupillary unrest. Auton Neurosci. 2015 May;189: 68-74. Hippus
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State of idahoState of idaho
Hippus
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Previous Colloquia: 8th ColloquiumPrevious Colloquia: 8th Colloquium
The eighth colloquium on the pupil was held in Detroit on May 25 and 26, 1973, hosted by Irene Loewenfeld and Robert Jampel of the Kresge Eye Institute. Hippus
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Latin vocabularyLatin vocabulary
Hippus
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Chapter 10-Iris and PupilChapter 10-Iris and Pupil
Aperture – a hole limiting the amount of light passing along an optical pathway placed near or at the lens. Hippus
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