E Sh Shamkhalova

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Mathematical statistics-based analysis of the results of 256 surgeries, carried out in 219 patients with high progressive myopia, has revealed a number of factors significant for effective outcomes and failures of the operations. Among prognostically favorable factors are the school and congenital forms of myopia, young or adult age of the patients, a(More)
Analysis of remote (to 9 years) results after 256 sclera-enhancing operations in patients with progressive myopia, aged from 7 to 48 years, revealed stabilization of the process in 72% of patients, the dependence of the effect on the form of myopia and the patient's age. As to prognosis, early acquired myopia and the children age are less favourable. The(More)
Progressive myopia is a pressing problem of ophthalmology. Scleroplastic surgery is a pathogenetically validated method for treating this condition. The authors propose a new method for allotissue preservation, ensuring preservation of biological characteristics of tissues for any period without restriction, so that the material for transplantation were(More)
To improve scleroplasty efficacy in children at a high risk of postoperative progress of myopia the authors have developed a new surgical method involving increase of the transplant size and its preoperative treatment with a foamy composition intended for filling the body cavities. Experimental biomechanical and morphologic studies have demonstrated that(More)
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