einstein (São Paulo). 04/Sep/2017;15(4):514-5.

Anisocoria after use of dermatological product

Thiago Gonçalves dos Santos Martins, Ana Luiza Fontes de Azevedo Costa, Thomaz Gonçalves dos Santos Martins

DOI: 10.1590/S1679-45082017AI4040

A 45-year-old woman sought ophthalmologic care complaining about a sudden visual acuity on her right eye and anisocoria. She denied previous comorbidities and traumas. Upon examination, her ocular motility was normal and no ptosis was seen. Slit-lamp biomicroscopy and fundoscopy exams were normal. The mydriasis of the right eye, with consensual light reflex of the left eye, did not show changes ( ). The patient, when questioned about the use of medication, reported the use on her face, in the night before the consultation, of a cosmetic jelly containing coffee extract in its composition. She was advice to discontinue the use of the jelly and, after 24 hours there was an improvement of the clinical picture.

Anisocoria after use of dermatological product