Anisocoria is unequal pupil size. The pupil is the black part in the center of the eye. It gets larger in dim light and smaller in bright light.
Enlargement of one pupil; Pupils of different size; Eyes/pupils different size
It is normal for a person's two pupils to be up to 1 mm (.05 inch) different in size.
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