Topical 1% Nalbuphine on corneal sensivity and epitheilization after experimental lamellar keratectomy in rabbits

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  title={Topical 1% Nalbuphine on corneal sensivity and epitheilization after experimental lamellar keratectomy in rabbits},
  author={M M Lilia Ladino and SilvaI Dunia and Yisela Trujillo PisoI and Alexandre Pinto RibeiroI and Jos{\'e} Luiz LausII},
  year={2012}
}
The present study was aimed to evaluate the effects of topical 1% nalbuphine on corneal sensitivity and reepithelialization, after lamellar keratectomy in rabbits. All protocols were approved by the Animal Care Comission of São Paulo State University (Protocol 028793-08) and were conducted in accordance with the Institutional Animal Committee and the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) statement for the use of animals in research. Surgeries were performed on the left eye… CONTINUE READING

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