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  • B Algan
  • 1978
The meta-herpetic keratitis is clinically characterized by the occurrence of a parenchymatous keratitis due to iterative herpetic corneal wounds. The rupture of the Bowman membrane which makes such a deep wound possible is performed by an enzyme: collagenase. This parenchymatous keratitis is rarely due to an extension of the viral infection. Most often it(More)
The gangliosides (or sphingolipids) are found in high concentrations in the central nervous system. They play a certain role in the functions of the synapses. Experiments have shown that treatment with gangliosides may influence the regeneration of cholinergic and adrenergic fibers. The authors present first results of treatment with gangliosides(More)