N E Temirov

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A new method of removing the cataracta and vitreous body, called less than hydromonitor greater than is grounded theoretically. It is based on the use of destructive properties of superthin, high-speed liquid spray, affected pathological intraocular structures. Surgical tools and a hydro-drive system have already been developed for the accomplishment of(More)
The possibility of YAG laser interventions on the posterior capsule of the lens with subsequent argon laser coagulation of the retina in patients with aphakia and artiphakia is studied. The optimal intervention for secondary cataract in patients with artiphakia is circular resection of the posterior capsule. Intraocular lenses prevent such complications as(More)
A new method has been developed for diminishing the myopic eye refraction: refraction ring-like tunnel keratoplasty. The technique is simple, virtually atraumatic, and highly effective. It has been introduced in clinical practice. The method consists in placing a ring-shaped collagen thread ++para-centrally in the surface layers of the cornea. Experimental(More)
A hydromonitoring exposure with a high-velocity pulsed liquid jet aimed into Schlemm's canal lumen and a similar exposure with a syringe at a 60 H pressure on piston were carried out in isolated eyes. Examinations of stained sections showed that hydromonitoring exposure at a pressure of 1 to 5 techn. atm. induced destruction of Schlemm's canal internal wall(More)
The present study was undertaken to create a physicomathematical model of multiple pseudophakia and to investigate its method in correcting high-degree hyperopia. On the basis of the calculation of spherical aberrations, the authors have proposed recommendations for combining intraocular lenses (IOL), as well as developed and tested the modified formula for(More)
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