rubeosis
Reddish discoloration, as of the skin. [L. ruber, red, + G. -osis, condition]
- r. iridis diabetica neovascularization of the anterior surface of the iris in diabetes mellitus.

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ru·be·o·sis .rü-bē-'ō-səs n, pl -o·ses -'ō-.sēz or -osises a condition characterized by abnormal redness esp RUBEOSIS IRIDIS

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ru·be·o·sis (roo″be-oґsis) redness, usually referring to the eyes.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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