Definition of Iridokeratitis

1. Noun. Inflammation of the iris and cornea of the eye.

Generic synonyms: Inflammation, Redness, Rubor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Iridokeratitis

iridocorneal syndrome
iridocyclectomy
iridocyclitides
iridocyclitis
iridocyclochoroiditis
iridocystectomy
iridocyte
iridocytes
iridodiagnosis
iridodialysis
iridodilator
iridodonesis
iridoid
iridoids
iridokeratitis (current term)
iridokinetic
iridoline
iridologies
iridologist
iridologists
iridology
iridomalacia
iridomesodialysis
iridomotor
iridoncus
iridoparalysis
iridopathy
iridophore
iridophores

Literary usage of Iridokeratitis

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annals of Ophthalmology (1904)
"He concluded that there existed a definite relation between herpes zoster ophthalmicus, monocular ophthalmia, malarial keratitis, iridokeratitis, ..."

2. Diseases of the eye by George Edmund De Schweinitz (1916)
"It has been ascribed to an intra-uterine iridokeratitis with increased intra-ocular tension; in other words, a form of congenital glaucoma. ..."

3. A Practical Treatise on Ophthalmology by Lawrance Webster Fox (1920)
"... the plastic cyclitis following disease or injury of the ciliary body in the exciting eye. The most common of these are serous iritis, iridokeratitis, ..."

4. Syphilis; a Treatise for Practitioners by Edward Loughborough Keyes (1908)
"Such complications as iridokeratitis and opacities of the lens or other adhesions are fairly frequent. Glaucomatous complications are rare. TREATMENT. ..."

5. Annals of Ophthalmology (1904)
"He concluded that there existed a definite relation between herpes zoster ophthalmicus, monocular ophthalmia, malarial keratitis, iridokeratitis, ..."

6. Diseases of the eye by George Edmund De Schweinitz (1916)
"It has been ascribed to an intra-uterine iridokeratitis with increased intra-ocular tension; in other words, a form of congenital glaucoma. ..."

7. A Practical Treatise on Ophthalmology by Lawrance Webster Fox (1920)
"... the plastic cyclitis following disease or injury of the ciliary body in the exciting eye. The most common of these are serous iritis, iridokeratitis, ..."

8. Syphilis; a Treatise for Practitioners by Edward Loughborough Keyes (1908)
"Such complications as iridokeratitis and opacities of the lens or other adhesions are fairly frequent. Glaucomatous complications are rare. TREATMENT. ..."

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