The effect of long-term use of intranasal steroids on intraocular pressure

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Long-term use of topical nasal steroids (especially older generation steroids) has been shown to elevate intraocular pressure (IOP), but newer intranasal steroids are thought to have a minimal effect on IOP because of their low bioavailability. This study aimed to investigate alterations in IOP with two commonly used intranasal steroids for a 6-month period… (More)
DOI: 10.2147/OPTH.S106392

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@inproceedings{imek2016TheEO, title={The effect of long-term use of intranasal steroids on intraocular pressure}, author={Ali Şimşek and Cem Bayraktar and Sedat Doğan and Mehmet Baran Karataş and Yasin Sarıkaya}, booktitle={Clinical ophthalmology}, year={2016} }