rubeosis iridis

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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.

rubeosis iridis

the formation of abnormal blood vessels on the anterior of the iris. It may be associated with diabetes mellitus, retinal ischemia, and neovascular glaucoma.

rubeosis iridis 

Neovascularization of the iris characterized by numerous coarse and irregular vessels on the surface and stroma of the iris. The new blood vessels may cover the trabecular meshwork, cause peripheral anterior synechia and give rise to secondary glaucoma. The most frequent causes are diabetes mellitus and central retinal vein occlusion. See neovascular glaucoma; iritis; retinal vein occlusion.

rubeosis

redness.

rubeosis iridis
a condition characterized by a new formation of vessels and connective tissue on the surface of the iris.