iridocorneal

ir·i·do·cor·ne·al

(ir'i-dō-kōr'nē-ăl),
Relating to the iris and the cornea.

iridocorneal

/iri·do·cor·ne·al/ (-kor´ne-al) pertaining to the iris and cornea.

iridocorneal

pertaining to the iris and the cornea.

iridocorneal angle
where the base of the iris attaches to the peripheral cornea and sclera; the site of aqueous drainage from the anterior chamber.
iridocorneal meshwork
solid trabeculae interspersed between fluid spaces, at the iridial angle of the eye. Called also iridial angle meshwork.
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Chandler's syndrome, one of the triad in iridocorneal endothelial syndrome (ICE) can be confused with FED as its endothelial pattern has a beaten-bronze appearance with overlying corneal oedema.
The iridocorneal angle was evaluated and found to be within normal limits and similar between eyes.
7) Diagnosis of aqueous misdirection requires demonstrating a uniformly shallow anterior chamber secondary to anterior displacement of the lensiris diaphragm, apparently intact lens zonules, and a narrowed approach to an otherwise open iridocorneal angle, (17) all of which were observed in this bird.
The iris leaflets near the iridocorneal angle were adherent to the posterior aspect of the trabecular meshwork.
Goniodysgenesis in Rieger syndrome is manifested primarily as a prominent Schwalbe line, hypoplasia of the iris stroma, and iridocorneal synechiae.
Clinicians can visualize and document pathologies that occur in the front chamber of the eye, including views of the iridocorneal angle.
Other clinical cases on show were Fuchs' endothelial dystrophy, iridocorneal endothelial syndrome and a child suffering from icthyosis who requires intense hourly, ocular lubrication day and night and who also has had a corneal graft in one eye.
Precise measurements of anterior chamber depth, crystalline lens rise, corneal diameter, sulcus diameters and distance between iridocorneal angles are all parameters used to assess the suitability of prospective patients, as well as determining the size of IOL required.
The lens remains secure in the anterior chamber due to haptics that wedge into the iridocorneal recesses.
In about 25% of people affected, there can be peripheral iridocorneal adhesions and in 15% of people there can be raised IOP.
It is possible that this relates to developmental anomalies in the iridocorneal angle, which affects aqueous outflow.
Second, PCG could be caused by a failure of cleavage of the mesenchyme to form the iridocorneal angle.