from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In pathology, inflammation of the choroid coat of the eye.
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- noun pathology
inflammationof the choroid
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More than anywhere else was German influence felt in France, and here we must mention in the first place the pupils of Jager: Viktor Stöber (1803-71), professor at Strasburg, and Julius Sichel of Paris (1802-58; choroiditis, glaucoma, cataract, staphyloma).
English ophthalmologist of his time, William Mackenzie (1791-1868; choroiditis, accommodation, asthenopy, scotoma).
-- In cases of acute glaucoma, irido-choroiditis, and all deep inflammations of the eye in which the ocular tension is increased, also in certain cases of flap extraction already alluded to, the operation of iridectomy as originally proposed by Von Graefe will be found of use.
Eye Inflammation can be a mild eye condition, or a serious problem like Panuveitis, choroiditis or even a type of glaucoma.