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Polyacrylamide prolongation solution for eye drops
Clinical forms of acanthamoeba keratitis as viewed from the standpoint of biomicroscopy and confocal microscopy
The authors isolate, within the clinical course of acanthamebic keratitis, 5 stages; they are surface epithelial kerAtitis; surface epithelium punctate ker atitis; stromal ring-shaped keratiti; ulcerous keratopathy; and keratoscleritis. Expand
Development of carnosine eyedrops and assessing their efficacy in corneal diseases
Stable eye drops of 5% carnosine have been developed and showed it to be well tolerated at both total and local levels, and exerted a good therapeutic effect in corneal erosion, trophic keratitis, postherpetic epitheliopathy, primary and secondaryCorneal dystrophy, and bullous keratopathy. Expand
Imidazoles in the treatment of ocular mycoses
The clinical trials showed that ketoconazole had pronounced antifungal activity and was rather efficient in treatment of ocular mycoses, and its broad spectrum and low toxicity were recorded. Expand
[Clinico-experimental substantiation of the use of tocopherol in the treatment of ocular herpes simplex].
Acyclovir and acyclovir in combination with interferon in the treatment of ophthalmic herpes
[Locferon: new eyedrops for treatment eye adenoviral diseases].
Locferon, interferon eyedrops, was used in the treatment of adenovirus diseases of the eyes in 68 patients and was highly effective and duration of treatment decreased; it was well tolerated and caused no side effects or toxic allergic reactions. Expand
Implication of Chlamydia trachomatis in the etiopathogenesis of anterior uveitis
[Ocular therapeutic films: long-term results and perspectives of use].
Effect of levamisole on immunoglobulin secretion into lacrimal fluid in experimental herpetic keratitis
Oral treatment with levamisol increases the secretion of local IgA in the lacrimal fluid of rabbits and prevents subsequent infection of rabbits with herpes simplex virus. Expand