False regarding Adie pupil is: (AIIMS May 2012)
|C||Knee jerk absent|
1. Occurs in young Q women.
2. It is often unilateral Qassociated with absent knee jerks. Q
3. Slightly dilated and always larger than its fellow.
4. Adie’s pupil – tonically dilated pupil
a. Denervation supersensitivity-constricts to weak pilocarpin (0.25%)
b. Vermiform movements of pupil
c. Lesion in ailiary ganglion
Adie’s syndrome – Adie’s pupil + bilateral (absent knee jerks
Ross syndrome – Adie’s syndrome + hypoesthetic patch on body.