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A 73-year-old white woman with bilateral congenital mydriasis had no other obvious abnormalities. The pupils reacted almost imperceptibly to light. There was no detectable reaction to accommodation and convergence. Pupillary response to pilocarpine 4% solution indicated the presence of the sphincter muscle. However, the failure of the pupil to react to a(More)