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The paper deals with new clinical forms of ophthalmoclamidiosis involving lesions to the choroids, retina, optic nerve and cornea. Uveitis and scleritis were found in 73.5% and 26.5%, respectively. Iridocyclitis and paneveitis prevailed in cases of uveitis. Forty-two patients, aged 3 to 53, were followed up. Bilateral ocular lesions were registered in 67%(More)
The paper gives the methods of plasmapheresis-based extracorporeal exposure to blood and its components to correct hemostatic disorders. Afferent methods, as well as quantum hemotherapy methods are outlined. The immunomodulating mechanism of their action, which favors a prompter elimination of inflammation, increases ocular functions, and reduces(More)
The authors presented the short- and long-term results of brachytherapy and combined radiotherapy in 348 patients with malignant eyelid neoplasms localized in the lower eyelid in 187 patients, in the upper eyelid in 99, in both eyelids in 4, in the inner angle of the eye in 39 and in the outer angle of the eye in 10 patients. A single focal dose was 1.5-2.5(More)
Exchange plasmapheresis (EP) has been employed in multiple-modality therapy of 15 patients suffering from severe uveitis. The traditional therapy has yielded but a short-term effect and failed to stabilize the process in these patients. EP has resulted in improvement in all the patients: the injection has reduced, as well as the number of precipitates and(More)
A new method for treating the accommodation cramp and progressive myopia in children consists in transferring the glance from a close TV screen to a far one. One of the tasks of this method is to turn a computer game from a factor deteriorating the accommodation into a factor improving it. The picture is automatically transferred from one TV to the other(More)