iridocyclitis


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iridocyclitis

 [ir″ĭ-do-si-kli´tis]
inflammation of the iris and ciliary body.
heterochromic iridocyclitis a unilateral low-grade form leading to depigmentation of the iris of the affected eye; called also heterochromic uveitis.

ir·i·do·cy·cli·tis

(ir'i-dō-sī-klī'tis),
Inflammation of both iris and ciliary body.
See also: iritis, uveitis.
[irido- + G. kyklos, circle (ciliary body), + -itis, inflammation]

iridocyclitis

/iri·do·cy·cli·tis/ (-sĭ-kli´tis) inflammation of the iris and ciliary body.
heterochromic iridocyclitis  a unilateral low-grade form leading to depigmentation of the iris of the affected eye.

iridocyclitis

(ĭr′ĭ-dō-sī-klī′tĭs, -sĭ-, ī′rĭ-)
n.
Inflammation of the iris and the ciliary body.

ir·i·do·cy·cli·tis

(ir'i-dō-sī-klī'tis)
Inflammation of both iris and ciliary body.
See also: iritis, uveitis
[G. iris, rainbow, + kyklos, circle, + -itis, inflammation]

iridocyclitis

An obsolescent term for anterior UVEITIS.

iridocyclitis

Inflammation of both iris and ciliary body. The ciliary body is almost always involved with an inflammation of the iris. The clinical picture of iridocyclitis is practically the same as iritis. The condition is often associated with ankylosing spondylitis or sarcoidosis. See anisocoria; rheumatoid arthritis; heterochromia; Behçet's syndrome; uveitis.

ir·i·do·cy·cli·tis

(ir'i-dō-sī-klī'tis)
Inflammation of both iris and ciliary body.
[G. iris, rainbow, + kyklos, circle, + -itis, inflammation]

iridocyclitis

inflammation of the iris and ciliary body. See also anterior uveitis.

heterochromic iridocyclitis
a unilateral low-grade form leading to depigmentation of the iris of the affected eye; called also heterochromic uveitis.
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