rubeosis

rubeosis

 [roo″be-o´sis]
redness.
rubeosis i´ridis a condition characterized by a new formation of vessels and connective tissue on the surface of the iris, frequently seen in diabetics.

ru·be·o·sis

(rū'bē-ō'sis),
Reddish discoloration, as of the skin.
[L. ruber, red, + G. -osis, condition]

rubeosis

/ru·be·o·sis/ (roo″be-o´sis) redness.
rubeosis i´ridis  a condition characterized by a new formation of vessels and connective tissue on the surface of the iris, frequently seen in diabetics.

rubeosis

[ro̅o̅′bē·ō′sis]
a red discoloration of the skin.

ru·be·o·sis

(rū'bē-ō'sis)
1. Reddish discoloration, as of the skin.
2. Neovascularization of the iris seen in ocular ischemic diseases.
[L. ruber, red, + G. -osis, condition]

rubeosis

redness.

rubeosis iridis
a condition characterized by a new formation of vessels and connective tissue on the surface of the iris.
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4) Rubeosis iridis is sometimes the only symptom associated with carotid stenosis.
Retinopathy progresses more rapidly in diabetic patients after cataract surgery and a ruptured capsule can be a factor in rubeosis.
Ocular examination including recording of best corrected visual acuity using Snellen's chart, measurement of intra-ocular pressure by applanation tonometry, slit lamp examination for rubeosis iridis, gonioscopy for new vessels of angle were done.
Patients unsuitable for this type of IOL include eyes requiring complicated cataract surgery, excessive zonular weakness, chronic uveitis, active rubeosis iridis, and central corneal opacities.
aqueous flare, rubeosis iridis in both eyes, and extensive hyphema in the right eye (Fig 1A and B).
Various common and rare skin disorders associated with diabetes include diabetic dermopathy, necrobiosis lipoidica, diabetic bullae, diabetic thick skin, yellow skin, acanthosis nigricans, eruptive xanthomas, disseminated granuloma annulare, scleredema, yellow nails, skin tags, diabetic rubeosis, vitiligo and lichen planus.
The common postvitrectomy complications are recurrent vitreous hemorrhage, retinal detachment, cataract and rubeosis iridis.
Rubeosis iridis in retinoblastoma: histologic findings and the possible role of vascular endothelial growth factor in its induction.
Studies also have reported that incomplete vitrectomy and incomplete retinal photocoagulation to the peripheral pars plana seem to cause extensive fibrin and worsening rubeosis.
Durante a remocao do conteudo caseoso, houve sangramento (Figura 1E) e, apos a limpeza da regiao (Figura 1F), pode'se observar a superficie da cornea que apresentava edema, porem permitindo a vizibilizacao da iris com rubeosis iridis.
It has different etiologies, including trauma, coagulation disorders, herpetic disease, juvenile xanthogranuloma, retinoblastoma, leukemia, and rubeosis iridis.
Patients with proptosis, fungating mass, hyphaema, rubeosis and anterior segment involvement were excluded.