Prolonged corticosteroid treatment exerts transient inhibitory effect on prostaglandin E2 release from rabbits' eyes.


In humans, the retina and choroid (the photoreceptor and its vascular layers, respectively), are affected by an immunogenic inflammatory reaction--uveitis, associated with excessive levels of prostaglandin E2 (PGE2), and treated for prolonged periods with corticosteroids, known for their inhibitory effect on prostaglandins (PGs) production. In order to… (More)


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