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Применение лимбальных послабляющих разрезов с целью устранения исходного роговичного астигматизма при хирургическом лечении катаракты

Автор: Шелленберг П.В., Федяшев Г.А.

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Аннотация:

В статье подробно освещена проблема коррекции роговичного астигматизма с помощью лимбальных послабляющих разрезов во время операций по поводу катаракты. Сделаны исторический обзор, сравнение с другими технологиями, описаны особенности предоперационной подготовки и техники выполнения манипуляции. Рассмотрены операционные и послеоперационные осложнения, а также возможные ошибки при проведении манипуляции.

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П.В. Шелленберг1, Г.А. Федяшев1, 2
1 Тихоокеанский государственный медицинский университет (690002, г. Владивосток, пр-т Острякова, 2),
2 Приморский центр микрохирургии глаза (690080, г. Владивосток, ул. Борисенко, 100е)

Шелленберг Павел Владимирович – ординатор кафедры офтальмологии и оториноларингологии ТГМУ; e-mail: Этот адрес электронной почты защищен от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра.


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