Aniridia

Aniridia is the absence of the iris, usually involving both eyes. It can be congenital or caused by a penetrant injury. Isolated aniridia is a congenital disorder which is not limited to a defect in iris development, but is a panocular condition with macular and optic nerve hypoplasia, cataract, and corneal changes. Vision may be severely compromi...
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aniridia

(an″ĭ-rid┬┤e-ә) congenital absence of the iris.
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aniridia

A congenital absence of the iris in the eye. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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aniridia

A disorder in which a person is born without part or all of the iris (colored tissue at the front of the eyeball). Aniridia usually affects both eyes and causes other eye problems, including being sensitive to light and loss of vision.
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Aniridia

A rare eye defect, present at birth, which affects approximately 1 in 65,000 live births. The condition is hereditary and usually bilateral. A child born with aniridia does not have an iris. In a fetus, the eye will generally stop developing and when the baby is born the eye appears to be underdeveloped. People that suffer from this congeni...
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aniridia

Type: Term Pronunciation: an′i-rid′ē-ă Definitions: 1. Absence of the iris.
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