Corpus ID: 2811218

[Imidazoles in the treatment of ocular mycoses].

  title={[Imidazoles in the treatment of ocular mycoses].},
  author={I. F. Maichuk and N. A. Lapshina and U. V. Diadina},
  journal={Antibiotiki i khimioterapiia = Antibiotics and chemoterapy [sic]},
  volume={36 1},
The use of a new class of broad spectrum antifungal drugs i.e. imidazoles and in particular ketoconazole in treatment of severe affections of the eye such as mycoses is described. The clinical trials included 40 patients with various forms of mycosis: mycotic canaliculitis (6 patients), mycotic blepharitis (4 patients), mycotic conjunctivitis (7 patients), keratomycosis (17 patients) and mycotic endophthalmitis (6 patients). Ketoconazole was used in the form of tablets and instillations. The… Expand
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