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my left pupil is slightly larger than my right pupil and the

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my left pupil is slightly larger than my right pupil and the degree of change differs from time to time.
i had an mri 8 months ago and results were fine i also followed up with my opthamologist in april who told me everythong looked fine, do i need to follow up with the neurologist as well?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Eye
Expert:  Brad Schuster replied 7 years ago.

Hello Joe:


I do not think that a neurologist consultation is necessary since you have seen an ophthalmologist. Indeed, virtually every bad thing that this could be has been eliminated by the normal MRI. (tumors, MS, aneurysms)

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