glauc-, glauco- +
(Greek > Latin: a silvery color, or bluish green; gleaming, bright; gray)
Increased intraocular pressure due to angle obstruction by iridocyclitis or another infection.
The structural changes in the eye lens produced by glaucoma.
Secondary glaucoma caused by either an excessive size or spherical shape of the lens of the eye.
pupillary block glaucoma
Glaucoma which is caused by a pupillary block mechanism, that is, adhesions between the iris and the vitreous.
An indigo blue pigment sometimes observed in the urine resulting from certain diseases; especially, scarlet fever.
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