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Selektywna trabekuloplastyka laserowa (SLT) w leczeniu jaskry i nadciśnienia ocznego

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Selective laser trabeculoplasty in treatment of glaucomatous and ocular hypertensive patients
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Selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) is relatively safe, non-invasive and effective procedure which may be carried out in outpatient clinic to lower the intraocular pressure. It is indicated in patients with different types of open angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension. It may be repeated several times over the same area of iridocorneal angle since causing no coagulation effects and there are no any persistent morphological changes of the trabecular meshwork observed.Effectiveness of this procedure varies in different patients and may be dependent on several factors, including iridocorneal angle pigmentation, baseline pressure, concomitant topical therapy and other individual conditions.
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Selektywna trabekuloplastyka laserowa (SLT, selective laser trabeculoplasty) jest bezpieczną, nieinwazyjną i efektywną metodą obniżenia ciśnienia śródgałkowego w różnych postaciach jaskry z otwartym kątem przesączania i w nadciśnieniu ocznym. Zabieg wykonywany jest w warunkach ambulatoryjnych i może być wielokrotnie powtarzany, gdyż nie wywołuje trwałych zmian morfologicznych ani istotnych klinicznie skutków ubocznych i powikłań. Skuteczność zabiegu jest różna u różnych pacjentów. Może zależeć od takich czynników osobniczych, jak: pigmentacja kąta przesączania czy stosowanie leków miejscowych.
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3
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183-187
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  • 1. Centrum Okulistyczne OPTIMUM, Warszawa. 2. Klinika Okulistyki WIML, Warszawa
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