Crossword clues for iritis
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Iritis \I*ri"tis\, n. [NL. See Iris, and -itis.] (Med.) An inflammation of the iris of the eye.
n. (context pathology English) An inflammation of the iris.
n. inflammation of the iris
Usage examples of "iritis".
Williams of this city proving that iritis is best treated without mercury, and Dr.
The winter before, I had a severe attack of iritis, which left my eyes in a very demoralized condition.
Acute traumatic iritis or irido-cyclitis may supervene four or five days after the injury.
This peculiarity was evidently congenital, and no traces of a central pupil nor marks of a past iritis could be found.
Shortly after this his right eye was wounded by a knife, causing traumatic cataract, which was extracted by Sir William Wilde, giving the man good sight for twelve years, after which iritis attacked the right eye and produced a false membrane over the pupil so that the man could not work.