Description: i·so·co·ri·a. ( ī'sō-kōr'ē-ă) Equality in the size of the two pupils. [ iso - + G. korē, pupil] Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012.
Description: Do isochronic tones work at all? Many results and benefits are being claimed from using isochronic tones (and brainwave entrainment in general). From stress reduction, relaxation, deeper meditation, over increased memory, better concentration and more creativity, to altered states of consciousness (including lucid dreaming).
Description: Isochronic Tones vs Binaural Beats. The discovery of binaural beats can be traced back to 1839, by German scientist Heinrich Wilhelm Dove. Whereas isochronic tones is a much newer discovery, with the first study being published by Arturo Manns in 1981, which showed that isochronic tones produce a much stronger brainwave entrainment effect, compared to binaural beats.
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Description: If the light reflex is adequate in both eyes, perform a slit lamp examination to look for a dilation lag. If no dilation lag is present, administer cocaine (2–10%) or apraclonidine (0.5–1%) eye drops . If pupil does not dilate: Horner syndrome; If dilation lag is present, suspect Horner syndrome; Anisocoria is not associated with afferent ...
Description: Sclerae is medical term for White Part of Our Eye. Anicteric means Not Yellow. Therefore, Anicteric Sclerae means White Part of Eye is Not Yellow. Anicteric is antonym of Icterus. Icterus means White Part of Eye is Yellow. Patient’s eye can be yellow if his bilirubin level is higher than normal.
Description: Gets a while to adjust and to focus on the task before one's eyes, so there's a need to be patient. The focus mode won't just magically start. But once it does, it's really something! It's almost 3am and even though I feel my body fatigue, my brain stays conscious and attentive. Truly an amazing tool for studying, big thumb up.
Description: Palaeontologist Mary Anning is known for discovering a multitude of Jurassic fossils from Lyme Regis on England's Dorset Coast from the age of ten in 1809. Her fossil finds were sought out by the ...
Description: The Therapeutic Use of Sound. Could reducing anxiousness, managing pain, and improving cognitive function be as easy as listening to music? Studies show that soundwaves may have a positive impact on our brainwaves, and could be a way to manage a variety of health concerns.
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