Has Jennifer Morrison (Dr. Cameron, in House MD) been anisocoric before?

cdcastillo

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If by anisocoric you mean "smoking hot" then yes.
I have to agree!
Dam right she is smoking hot, so is 13. Cuddy too

Huh... no, I DO mean anisocoric, but thanks for participating.

Which episode was it? In Spain we air them like a long, long time after the US.
It was in "Teamwork", the one where they treat the porn actor (in the 6th. season), and the scene is where Cameron confronts House on "poisoning" Chase, where she admits she loved both of them but not anymore.

And sorry for not properly uploading the pictures before.
 

juanm

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Mmmh... you're right. Although it could be that it's the tenth time the shoot this scene, and her eyes have adapted to ambient luminosity. She's lit from the sides, so it could be that her right eye has a smaller pupil simply because it's more brightly lit, and her left eye is less lit so it has opened the pupil more. I don't know how much our eyes can adapt independently.

In any case, if you see this again, you know what to do: send her tons of letters, and if she doesn't answer, kidnap her in a limo. ;) (clickable smiley)
 

daneoni

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The photo suggest so but i doubt thats actually the case. Probably just ambient lighting. Speaking of that episode...does that mean she's gone forever or just on hiatus?
 

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... Although it could be that ... her eyes have adapted to ambient luminosity. She's lit from the sides, so it could be that her right eye has a smaller pupil simply because it's more brightly lit, and her left eye is less lit so it has opened the pupil more...
... Probably just ambient lighting...
It shouldn't work like that, there is this mechanism we call "consensual pupil constriction reflex" that when functioning properly, works to prevent this, even if your eyes are isolated from one another, let's say, by a cloth (you don't need to rip them apart), if you shed light on one of them, the other's pupil contracts just the same. If it is this way (anisocoric) because of those subtle differences in ambient lighting, it implies a neurological dysfunction.



I don't think she is. She looks equally hot [U RL=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anisotropy"]from all directions.[/ URL]
Ok, i get it, anisocoric sounds funny, just as anisotropic. Oh, and both are infrequent words too!

... Speaking of that episode...does that mean she's gone forever or just on hiatus?
I hope it's just temporary, because, I too agree, she is hot (altough I prefer Cuddy)


...In any case, if you see this again, you know what to do: send her tons of letters, and if she doesn't answer, kidnap her in a limo. ;) (clickable smiley)
I know!!! I was thinking the same...
 

jbakerjonathan

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I didn't view the episode of House MD but I googled "does Jennifer Morrison have anisocoria" after viewing her in The Thing You Love Most and observing the condition in one of her scenes. I'm assuming that her condition is "physiologic anisocoria" that about 20% of the population has. It doesn't detract in any way from her beauty. 8^):cool:
 

Josh McAdams

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IMO I think she has keratoconus or a high amount of astigmatism. In Once Upon a Time she has a very prominant contact lens in her left eye. Looks like a scleral contact lens or at the least a specialty contact lens.
 
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