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145 Possible Causes for Rubeosis Iridis

  • Central Retinal Vein Occlusion

    iridis (NVI).[retinacenternj.com] Neovascularization (abnormal new vessel formation) of the retina or iris (rubeosis iridis) occurs in about 16% of patients with central retinal vein occlusion and can result[msdmanuals.com] See fluorescein angiography ; rubeosis iridis ; central retinal vein . Fig. R12 Major inferior branch retinal vein occlusion.[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

  • Neovascular Glaucoma

    Grading and regression of rubeosis iridis was classified according to Teich and Walsh grading system and glaucoma filtration surgery with drainage device was performed following[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] These histopathological findings suggest that rubeosis iridis may have developed secondarily to retinal ischemia due to occlusion of the retinal blood vessels.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] iridis.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Chandler Syndrome

    Iridis Nerve-Fiber Layer Optic Nerve Head, Optic Disc(k), Papilla Peripapillary Retinoschisis with Two Isolated Cavities in POAG (Colour, Visual Field, OCT) Pigment-Dispersion[atlasofophthalmology.com] Syndrome, Teeth Malformation Rieger's Anomaly Lens-Induced (Phakogenic) Glaucoma (see also angle closure glaucoma) Medication-Induced Changes Neovascular Secondary Glaucoma, Rubeosis[atlasofophthalmology.com]

  • Coats Plus Syndrome

    This is called rubeosis iridis .[eyehealthweb.com]

  • Ophthalmoplegia totalis with Ptosis and Miosis

    iridis Persistent pupillary membrane Iridodialysis Synechia Choroid Choroideremia Choroiditis Chorioretinitis Lens Cataract Congenital cataract Childhood cataract Aphakia[worldlibrary.org] […] sicca Corneal neovascularization Kayser–Fleischer ring Haab's striae Arcus senilis Band keratopathy Vascular tunic Iris Ciliary body Uveitis Intermediate uveitis Hyphema Rubeosis[worldlibrary.org]

  • Corneal Blood Staining

    iridis, myotonic dystrophy, leukemia, hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, and alcohol.[standardofcare.com] iridis, hemophilia, leukemia and other conditions or medications that cause thinning of the blood like warfarin or aspirin.[flei.com] These include ophthalmic surgery, rubeosis iridis (abnormal blood vessel growth in the iris), vitreous hemorrhage (the presence of blood in the gel fluid behind the eye),[wounds1.com]

  • Exophoria

    iridis Persistent pupillary membrane Iridodialysis Synechia Choroid Choroideremia Choroiditis Chorioretinitis Lens Cataract Congenital cataract Childhood cataract Aphakia[worldlibrary.org] […] sicca Corneal neovascularization Kayser–Fleischer ring Haab's striae Arcus senilis Band keratopathy Vascular tunic Iris Ciliary body Uveitis Intermediate uveitis Hyphema Rubeosis[worldlibrary.org]

  • Iris Disorder

    H Hyphema I Intermediate uveitis Intraoperative floppy iris syndrome Iridodialysis Iris cyst P Persistent pupillary membrane R Rubeosis iridis S Synechia (eye) T Tubulointerstitial[en.wikipedia.org] iridis 364.51 Essential or progressive iris atrophy 364.52 Iridoschisis 364.53 Pigmentary iris degeneration 364.54 Degeneration of pupillary margin 364.55 Miotic cysts of[healthprovidersdata.com] .: Fluoreszenzangiographische Befunde bei Rubeosis iridis. 72. Zusammenkunft der DOG (1972) (im Druck).[link.springer.com]

  • Glassblower's Cataract

    Iris neovascularization (rubeosis iridis). A narrow anterior chamber, and/or a hazy, ‘steamy’ cornea with perilimbal injection suggests angle closure glaucoma.[oogziekenhuis.me] Iris neovascularization (rubeosis iridis), usually secondary to diabetes or vascular occlusion, may indicate neovascular glaucoma.Iris synechiae can accompany uveitic or inflammatory[oogziekenhuis.me]

  • Autosomal Recessive Bestrophinopathy

    iridis Sickle Cell Retinopathy Sorsby's fundus dystrophy Spondyloocular Syndrome, Autosomal Recessive Stargardt disease Stargardt Macular Degeneration Absent or Hypoplastic[rgd.mcw.edu] Leukodystrophy retinitis retinitis pigmentosa Retinohepatoendocrinologic Syndrome retinopathy of prematurity Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment, Autosomal Dominant Roifman Syndrome rubeosis[rgd.mcw.edu]

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