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Pupillary dilation is regulated by a descending pathway from the hypothalamus. The pathway courses through the lateral part of the brain stem, to the sympathetic preganglionic neurons in the first three segments of the thoracic intermediolateral cell column. These cells project to the superior cervical ganglion from which sympathetic axons run along the carotid artery to the orbit, where they innervate the pupillodilator muscle in the iris.

Pupillary dilation is regulated by a descending pathway from the hypothalamus. The pathway courses through the lateral part of the brain stem, to the sympathetic preganglionic neurons in the first three segments of the thoracic intermediolateral cell column. These cells project to the superior cervical ganglion from which sympathetic axons run along the carotid artery to the orbit, where they innervate the pupillodilator muscle in the iris.

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