iridal


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iridal

(ˈaɪrɪdəl) or

iridial

adj
(Medicine) relating to the iris of the eye
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Accumulation of PEX material and pigment in chamber angle, as well as morphological changes in the trabecular space, Schlemm's canal, juxtacanalicular space, presence of synechiae, iridal tissue atrophy, weakness of zonular apparatus, increased lens mobility and lens forward migration, and ciliary block condition increase resistance to aqueous humor circulation and drainage, and increase intraocular pressure in the eye with PEX syndrome (1,10).
On complete ocular examination, mild conjunctival hyperemia and episcleral injection were noted, with moderate aqueous flare, corneal edema and iridal hyperemia (rubeosis iridis) consistent with anterior uveitis, and 5 small air bubbles (Fig IB).
Histological changes are represented by missing Descemet's membrane and/or normal corneal endothelium, disorganized cystic ciliary and iridal epithelium, and heterotopia (e.g., stratified squamous epithelium, glandular tissue, or cartilage in the anterior segment) [3].
(2007) A domino-based approach toward stereodefined heavily functionalized cyclohexanes: synthesis of iridal's core structure.
IN THE MATTER OF THE COMPANIES ACT 1963 TO 2013 AND IN THE MATTER OF IRIDAL PLC (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION) Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 263 that the Final Meeting of the Members of the above named Company will be held in the offices of Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon, Trinity House, Charleston Road, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, on the 9th June 2015 at 11.00am, for the purposes mentioned in the said sections and to determine
Close follow-up is required as these patients run the risk of developing retinal and iridal neovascularisation (iris rubeosis) consequent to the retinal ischaemia.