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  1. When the sympathetic nervous system is dominant and the pupils are large, it is called ____________.10
  2. The border of the pupil is living ___________ tissue.10
  3. When one pupil is larger than the other and causing the person to take in more light through the larger pupil and less light through the smaller pupil, it is called ____________.10
  4. When the pupils are both extremely small causing miosis, the ____________ nervous system is dominant.10
  5. ____________ causes the pupils to pulsate from large to small at a rapid rate.10
  6. If a person is having headaches or dizziness, the pupils will often have a ____________ flattening.10
  7. A pupil that is ____________ is a much more serious sign than a pupil with a flattening.10
  8. With a ventral flattening, the chiropractor should adjust the ____________ sacral region of the spine and possibly the cranial area as well.10
  9. Pupils move into an elliptical shape when there is pressure on the spinal cord due to imbalance in spinal ____________.10
  10. With the ____________ flattening, the person will often have asthmatic symptoms, difficulty breathing and heart palpitations. Spinal subluxations will be in T-3-T-7.10
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