irideremia

irideremia

 [ir″ĭ-der-e´me-ah]
congenital absence of the iris.

ir·i·der·e·mi·a

(ir'i-dĕr-ē'mē'ă, ī'rid-ĕr-),
Condition wherein the iris is so rudimentary as to appear to be absent. Compare: aniridia.
[irido- + G. erēmia, absence]

irideremia

/iri·de·re·mia/ (ir″ĭ-dĕ-re´me-ah) congenital absence of the iris.

ir·i·der·e·mi·a

(ir'i-dĕr-ē'mē-ă)
Condition wherein the iris is so rudimentary as to appear to be absent.
Compare: aniridia
Synonym(s): irideraemia.
[irido- + G. erēmia, absence]

irideremia

Absence of all or part of the iris. Strictly speaking a total absence of the iris is called aniridia. See aniridia.

irideremia

congenital absence of the iris.

inherited irideremia
occurs in cattle in association with other ocular defects.