glaucomatocyclitic crisis

glau·co·ma·to·cy·clit·ic cri·sis

a form of monocular secondary open-angle glaucoma due to recurrent mild cyclitis.

glaucomatocyclitic crisis

[glôkom′ətōsiklit′ik]
an episodic rise in intraocular pressure in one eye, resembling acute angle-closure glaucoma, associated with minimal signs of uveitis. Also called Posner-Schlossman syndrome.