ベル麻ひ症例にみられるどう孔反応 双眼イリスコーダーによる
Observation of Pupillary Response in Patients with Bell's Palsy Using a Biocular Iriscorder

Hiromu Mori, Michiyuki Kita, Michitaka Iwanaga, Haruo Takahashi, Shinji Nonaka, Yoshihisa Nakai, Manabi Hinoki
1982 Practica Oto-Rhino-Laryngologica  
1) By means of a biocular iriscorder, the pupillary response in patients with Bell's palsy was examined for the purpose of analysing their autonomic nerve functions. 2) Subjects were 68 patients of new Bell's palsy who recently consulted Kitano Hospital, Osaka, Japan. 3) In comparison with the mean value of the pupillary response in normal subjects, 18 patients of Bell's palsy were within normal ranges in all the test results, although, abnormal autonomic nerve functions were observed in 15
more » ... s. Furthermore, 26 showed abnormal functions in some test results, and in 9 other cases, interpretation of data was impossible. 4) In abnormal cases or cases with some abnormal test results, temporal paralysis was observed in a large percentage, although, some of these patients had a tendency for prolonged recovery more than 60 days after the onset. 5) These results show that there were many cases of Bell's palsy with abnormal autonomic nerve functions. In the treatment of Bell's palsy, one should keep in mind the control of their autonomic nerve functions and the delivery of medicine should be made especially in early stages of palsy.
doi:10.5631/jibirin.75.17 fatcat:yuat2e23xbe6nievp7junwhmii