Definition of Pupilary
1. pupilar [adj] - See also: pupilar
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pupilary
Literary usage of Pupilary
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Unsound Mind and the Law: A Presentation of Forensic Psychiatry by George W. Jacoby (1918)
"pupilary difference is often found in paresis, but often also in psychoses of ... Sluggishness of the pupilary reaction is characteristic of alcoholism and ..."
2. Studies in Roman Law, with Comparative Views of the Laws of France, England by Thomas Mackenzie Mackenzie (1865)
"If the pupil succeeded as heir, and afterwards reached puberty, the pupilary substitution became extinct.1 Forms of willi in France. By a law of Justinian, ..."
3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Louisiana by Louisiana Supreme Court (1868)
"It in urged in this caso, that the pupilary mortgage cannot be extended, to operate as security for the payment of thr notes; that it is strictly personal ..."
4. Therapeutic Gazette (1908)
"The symptoms resulting from disturbance of the ocular nerve group are ptosis, strabismus, pupilary changes and alterations of the visual fields ; optic ..."
5. The Medico-chirurgical Review by James Johnson, Henry James Johnson (1823)
"If the pupilary edge of the iris adhere to the cornea at the spot, ... pupilary margin, draws it through the incision, and leaves it filed in the wound, ..."
6. Studies in Roman Law: With Comparative Views of the Laws of France, England by Thomas Mackenzie Mackenzie (1870)
"But this pupilary substitution for children was only effectual when the father made a valid testament of his own. If the pupil succeeded as heir, ..."