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Terapie eksperymentalne w jaskrze

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Experimental therapies for glaucoma
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W niniejszym artykule poglądowym omówiono, na podstawie aktualnej koncepcji patogenezy neuropatii jaskrowej, sześć kierunków przyszłej strategii terapii jaskry: baro-, wazo- i neuroprotekcję, terapię genową, medycynę regeneracyjną i immunoterapię. Przedstawiono także podstawy farmakogenomiki w jaskrze oraz nowe systemy transferu leków przeciwjaskrowych.
In a review on the basis of the present pathogenesis concept of glaucomatous optic neuropathy six elements of glaucoma future treatment strategy: baroprotection, vasoprotection, neuroprotection, gene therapy, regenerative medicine and immunotherapy, were described. Elements of pharmacogenomics in glaucoma and new drug delivery systems were also presented.
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  • Klinika Okulistyki CSK MON, Wojskowy Instytut Medyczny w Warszawie
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