1292. Adie's tonic pupil: feature, Rx // How to verify pharmacologic mydriasis // CN III lesion s/sx // Horner's syndrome ddx September 26th, 2009 by reuben in .red eye & change in vision Back Top Tags: card 1291. Chiasmal visual loss ddx, s/sx // Postchiasmal visual loss ddx, s/sx // How to uncover functional visual loss // Anisocoria ddx 1293. Nystagmus ddx // CN 4 palsy s/sx // CN 6 palsy Responses to “1292. Adie's tonic pupil: feature, Rx // How to verify pharmacologic mydriasis // CN III lesion s/sx // Horner's syndrome ddx” Uptodate says the opposite: The tonic pupil, sometimes called Adie’s tonic pupil or simply the Adie pupil, is the term used to denote a pupil with parasympathetic denervation that constricts poorly to light but reacts better to accommodation (near response) Sylvie Peloquin at 2011-09-10 07:59 i think it’s consistent. does not constrict to light, constricts to near testing (slowly). reuben at 2011-09-10 10:03 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Please post any discussion to the emupdates Reddit page.