irido-, irid-, iri-, iris- +

(Greek: iris [relating to the eye]; the rainbow; colored circle, colored portion of the eye [originally, "something bent or curved"])

iridaceous
Infiltration of the iris with lymphoid cells.
iridadenosis
Infiltration of the iris by lymphoid cells.
iridalgia, iralgia
Pain referred to the iris or pain in the iris of the eye.
iridauxesis
Thickening of the iris.
iridectasis
Prolapse of the iris through a wound or incision.
iridectome
A surgical instrument for cutting the iris of the eye.
iridectomesodialysis
A combination of excision of a portion of the iris and freeing of pupillary adhesions.
iridectomize
To excise (cut out) a portion of the iris.
iridectomy
1. The process of making a hole in the iris by surgically removing a full-thickness piece from the iris.
2. The act or surgical process of cutting out a portion of the iris in order to form an artificial pupil.
iridectopia
Displacement of the pupil of the eye.
iridectropium
Outward turning of a portion of the margin of the pupil of the eye.
iridemia
Hemorrhage (flow of blood) from the iris of the eye.
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.
iridentropium
The posterior inturning of a portion of the margin of the iris.
irides
The plural of iris (circular pigmented membrane behind the cornea, perforated by the eye pupil).

Related references to "eye" or "eye part" word families: blepharo-; core-; corneo-; eye, eyes; lenti-, lens-; lenticulo-; ocelli-; oculo-; op-, -optic; ophthalmo-; phaco-; pupillo-; retino-; uveo-.