II. Signs

  1. Pupil does not constrict to light or accommodation
  2. Pupil dilatation

III. Causes

  1. Meningitis
  2. Vasculitis
  3. Virus Encephalitis
  4. Diphtheria or Tetanus Toxoid
  5. Lead Poisoning
  6. Midbrain lesion
  7. Bilateral third nerve involvement
  8. Adie's Pupils
  9. Iris injury
  10. Topical Mydriatic
  11. Benztropine (Cogentin)

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Ontology: Pupillary Paralysis (C0271141)

Concepts Finding (T033)
MSH D011681
SnomedCT 5310008
French Paralysie pupillaire, Iridoplégie
English pupillary paralysis was noted, Paralyses, Pupillary, Paralysis, Pupillary, Pupillary Paralyses, pupillary paralysis (physical finding), pupillary paralysis, Pupillary paralysis, Amaurotic pupil, Pupillary paralysis (disorder), Pupillary Paralysis
Norwegian Pupillammelse, Pupillparalyse, Lammelse av pupillen
Italian Paralisi pupillare
Spanish parálisis pupilar (trastorno), parálisis pupilar

Ontology: Internal Ophthalmoplegia (C0339693)

Concepts Sign or Symptom (T184)
MSH D009886
SnomedCT 232146005
Dutch oftalmoplegie intern, intern; oftalmoplegie, oftalmoplegie; intern
French Ophthalmoplégie interne, Ophtalmoplégie interne
German Ophthalmoplegia interna
Italian Oftalmoplegia interna
Portuguese Oftalmoplegia interna
Spanish Oftalmoplejia interna, oftalmoplegía interna (trastorno), oftalmoplegía interna, oftalmoplejía interna (trastorno), oftalmoplejía interna
Japanese 内眼筋麻痺, ナイガンキンマヒ
Czech Vnitřní oftalmoplegie, ophthalmoplegia interna
English Ophthalmoplegia interna, Ophthalmoplegia, Internal, Internal Ophthalmoplegias, Ophthalmoplegias, Internal, Internal ophthalmoplegia, Internal ophthalmoplegia (disorder), internal; ophthalmoplegia, ophthalmoplegia; internal, Internal Ophthalmoplegia
Hungarian Ophthalmoplegia interna
Norwegian Indre oftalmoplegi