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Sympathetic fibres travel via the nasociliary nerve and the long ciliary nerves until they reach the ciliary body and dilator pupillae muscle.
If one (or both) pupils are poorly reactive to light, this localises the lesion to the parasympathetic pathway (brainstem, third nerve, ciliary ganglion, short ciliary nerves and iris sphincter); in this scenario, the anisocoria increases in bright light conditions.
The cornea is innervated by a network of nerve endings located primarily in the anterior stroma, and is supplied by long ciliary nerves originating from the trigeminal nerve.