When the condition is genetic, it can switch from eye to eye in response to light changes. For instance, one pupil can contract less than the other in outdoor environments. On the same note, one pupil can dilate less than the other when light intensity decreases. Under both conditions, anisocoria tends not to affect the overall vision of the person.
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