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irides

 [ir´ĭ-dēz] (Gr.)
plural of iris.

ir·i·des

(ir'i-dēz),
Plural of iris.
[G.]

irides

/iri·des/ (ir´ĭ-dēz) [Gr.] plural of iris.

ir·i·des

(ir'i-dēz)
Plural of iris.
[G.]

Iris (plural, irides)

The circular pigmented membrane behind the cornea of the eye that gives the eye its color. The iris surrounds a central opening called the pupil.
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irides

plural of iris.
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We are pleased that Irides chose our complete SBI as part as their planned growth.
Pupil size anomalies (anisocoria) can be detected readily by simple observation, and is easier in patients with light (for example blue) irides.
Blue/grey irides have been reported to carry a higher incidence of macular oedema and cataracts, whilst brown irides are reportedly more prone to high IOP.
However, the non-therapeutically trained optometrist can only access the shorter-acting cyclopentolate for this purpose and so the frequency of instillation may need to be increased to TDS, or even QDS in substantial abrasions and/or those with darkly pigmented irides, for example.