JOHANNES M. NIELSEN, M.D.; LLOYD E. VERITY, M.B.(Tor.), F. A. C. P.
A case in which Argyll-Robertson pupils developed in the course of a toxic polyneuritis and disappeared with the subsidence of the disease should be recorded for two reasons: 1, clinically their presence in such a case leads to a wrong diagnosis, and 2, their occurrence as a part of polyneuritis throws light on their pathogenesis.
A man suffering from chronic cardiovascular-renal disease and chronic pyelonephrosis suffered in six months two attacks of polyneuritis in the second of which his case was studied. Shortly after the onset of the disease, he developed bilateral optic neuritis, Argyll-Robertson pupils, bilateral facial paralysis, signs
NIELSEN JM, VERITY LE. Argyll-Robertson Pupils In Polyneuritis. Report Of A Case And Theoretical Deductions1. Ann Intern Med. 1930;3:707–713. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-7-707
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