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Changes in the anterior segment of the eyeball in ocular ischemic syndrome

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First Author: D.Makhkamova UZBEKISTAN

Co Author(s):    M. Kasimova              

Abstract Details

Purpose:

Evaluate the morphofunctional changes of the anterior segment in patients with ocular ischemic syndrome

Setting:

The study involved 83 patients with ocular ischemic syndrome. Of them 34 are women, 49 men. All patients underwent a comprehensive eye examination including visiometry, tonometry, computerized perimetry, gonioscopy, biomicroscopy, fundus ophthalmoscopy. Also were determined production the tear fluid using the Schirmer's test, cytological composition and acid-base balance.

Methods:

According tonography intraocular pressure by an average of 17.8 ± 2.1 mm Hg. At biomicroscopy of the anterior segment of the eyeball in all patients observed corneal dystrophy of varying intensity. Visualized ischemic angiopathy limb varying degrees, as follows: 27 patients had ischemic angiopathy 2 degrees, in 19 - 3 degrees, 11 - episcleral injection. In 23 patients noted sectoral iris atrophy. Schirmer's test ranged from 4.5 to 9 mm for 5 minutes and averaged 7,2 ± 0,31mm. In the study of the cellular composition of tear fluid on the affected eye lymphocytes were visualized in 23 patients and averaged 4,7 ± 0,61. Monocytes were found on the affected eye on average 5,4 ± 0,27. pH of the tear fluid of the affected eye on average - 8,9 ± 0,62 (p <0.05).

Results:

Assessment of the anterior segment of the organ of vision in patients with ocular ischemic syndrome can promptly and correctly diagnose the disease, thus enabling adequate therapeutic measures applied in the early periods.

Conclusions:

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Financial Disclosure:

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