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Новые подходы к селективной лазерной трабекулопластике

https://doi.org/10.24931/2413-9432-2018-7-3-47-56

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Аннотация

Селективная лазерная трабекулопластика (СЛТ) является «золотым стандартом» лазерной хирургии глаукомы. Её эффективность сопоставима с медикаментозной терапией; в отдельных случаях она обладает рядом преимуществ, способствующих созданию более стойкого гипотензивного эффекта, и может рассматриваться в качестве стартовой терапии первичной открытоугольной глаукомы и офтальмогипертензии. СЛТ безопасна и эффективна при повторном проведении процедуры. Потенциально СЛТ способна снизить потребность в антиглаукомных препаратах, повысить приверженность лечению и сделать его более комфортным, что в конечном итоге может улучшить качество жизни. В последние годы завоевывают популярность новые модификации стандартных лазерных технологий. В приводимом ниже обзоре суммированы данные научной литературы о безопасности и эффективности лазерной трабекулопластики нового поколения. Приведены характеристики микроимпульсной лазерной трабекулопластики, паттерн-сканирующей лазерной трабекулопластики и титан-сапфировой лазерной трабекулопластики и описаны посвященные им исследования последних лет.

Об авторах

С. Ю. Петров
Научно-исследовательский институт глазных болезней
Россия
Москва


Р. П. Полева
Научно-исследовательский институт глазных болезней
Россия
Москва


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Для цитирования:


Петров С.Ю., Полева Р.П. Новые подходы к селективной лазерной трабекулопластике. Biomedical Photonics. 2018;7(3):47-56. https://doi.org/10.24931/2413-9432-2018-7-3-47-56

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Petrov S.Y., Poleva R.P. New approaches to selective laser trabeculoplasty. Biomedical Photonics. 2018;7(3):47-56. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.24931/2413-9432-2018-7-3-47-56

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