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Tipy techeniia keratokonusa.

Author: EN Gorskova Affiliation: Reginal Clinic Hospital, Cheliabinsk.; EN Sevost'ianov
Edition/Format: Article Article : Russian
Publication:Vestnik oftalmologii, 1997 Sep-Oct; 113(5): 18-9
Database:From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.
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Three clinical patterns of keratoconus were distinguished in the course of a long (up to 15 years) follow-up of 162 patients with different stages of the disease: chronic progressive stage, long (more than 5.5 years) remission, and acute stage. Keratoconus progresses for up to 5 years in 82.1% of cases. In 11.4% the disease remains at one stage, more often at the initial one, and a long remission ensues. Acute  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: EN Gorskova Affiliation: Reginal Clinic Hospital, Cheliabinsk.; EN Sevost'ianov
ISSN:0042-465X
Language Note: Russian
Unique Identifier: 121380812
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Three clinical patterns of keratoconus were distinguished in the course of a long (up to 15 years) follow-up of 162 patients with different stages of the disease: chronic progressive stage, long (more than 5.5 years) remission, and acute stage. Keratoconus progresses for up to 5 years in 82.1% of cases. In 11.4% the disease remains at one stage, more often at the initial one, and a long remission ensues. Acute keratoconus develops in 6.8% of cases, not only in terminal and far advanced, but even at the well-developed stage, this proves the desirability of early keratoplasty in the progressive course of the disease.

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Non-invasive methods

by altermed (WorldCat user published 2011-08-01) Good Permalink

The book is interesting and shows that the authors have tried.
But it is best to treat <a href="http://bymed.blogspot.com/2010/06/blog-post.html">keratoconus</a> non-invasive methods.

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