iridopathy

ir·i·dop·a·thy

(ir'i-dop'ă-thē),
Pathologic lesions in the iris.

ir·i·dop·a·thy

(ir'i-dop'ă-thē)
Pathologic lesions in the iris.

iridopathy

(ĭr″ĭ-dŏp′ă-thē) [″ + pathos, disease, suffering]
Disease of the iris.
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Pathologic production and deposition of PEX material has been associated with development of intraocular complications (corneal endotheliopathy, iridopathy with reduced pupillary opening, ciliary body alterations, instability and degenerative changes of zonular apparatus, increased lens mobility, lens or intraocular graft decentration and dislocation, pigment dispersion, secondary open-angle and angle-closure glaucoma, pseudouveitis, anterior synechiae, and anterior chamber hypoxia).
This accumulation causes intraocular complications including cataract, open-angle glaucoma, angle-closure glaucoma, lens decentration, and iridopathy. (1,2)
PXF induced iridopathy and phacopathy with zonular instability make routine cataract surgery a challenging task.