What is Aniridia?
Aniridia is a genetic condition of the eye whereby part or all of the iris-the colored ring around the pupil-is absent.
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Are there other names for Aniridia?
Names attributed to aniridia include absent iris, congenital aniridia and irideremia.
How common is Aniridia?
Approximately one newborn in 100,000 to 1 in 50,000 is diagnosed with aniridia.
What is the usual abbreviation for Aniridia?
Although aniridia lacks an official abbreviation, it can sometimes be found abbreviated "AN."