iridencleisis

The incarceration of a portion of the iris by corneoscleral incision in glaucoma to effect filtration between the anterior chamber and subconjunctival space. ... Origin: irido-+ G. Enkleio, to shut in ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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iridencleisis

(ir″ĭ-dәn-kli´sis) surgical incarceration of a slip of the iris within a corneal or limbal incision to act as a wick for aqueous drainage in glaucoma.
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iridencleisis

iridencleisis Incarceration of a tongue of iris in a limbal wound with the intention of creating an artificial channel for drainage of aqueous from the eye, in the management of glaucoma.
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iridencleisis

Type: Term Pronunciation: ir′i-den-klī′sis Definitions: 1. The incarceration of a portion of the iris by corneoscleral incision in glaucoma to effect filtration between the anterior chamber and subconjunctival space.
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Iridencleisis

Treatment for glaucoma in which a window is made in the sclera and the iris pulled through and sutured under the conjunctiva.
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