Pharmacokinetic aspects of retinal drug delivery


Drug delivery to the posterior eye segment is an important challenge in ophthalmology, because many diseases affect the retina and choroid leading to impaired vision or blindness. Currently, intravitreal injections are the method of choice to administer drugs to the retina, but this approach is applicable only in selected cases (e.g. anti-VEGF antibodies… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.preteyeres.2016.12.001


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@article{Amo2017PharmacokineticAO, title={Pharmacokinetic aspects of retinal drug delivery}, author={Eva M. del Amo and Anna-Kaisa Rimpel{\"a} and Emma Heikkinen and Otto K. Kari and Eva Ramsay and Tatu Lajunen and Mechthild Schmitt and Laura Pelkonen and Madhushree Bhattacharya and Dominique Richardson and Astrid E Subrizi and T. Marjukka Turunen and Mika Reinisalo and Jaakko M Itkonen and Elisa Toropainen and Marco G. Casteleijn and Heidi Kidron and Maxim Antopolsky and Kati-Sisko Vellonen and Marika Ruponen and Arto Urtti}, journal={Progress in Retinal and Eye Research}, year={2017}, volume={57}, pages={134-185} }