Note: Size Shape Equality
Reaction to light: both pupils constrict when light is shone in either eye Reaction to accommodation and convergence: pupil constriction occurs when gaze is transferred to a near point object.
A lesion of the optic nerve will abolish pupillary response to light on the same side as well as in the contra-lateral eye.
When light is shone in the normal eye, it and the contralateral pupil will constrict.
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