Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Modern approach to therapy of allergic conjunctivitis

Year: 2018, volume 14 Issue: №4 Pages: 938-941
Heading: Ophtalmology Article type: Review
Authors: Narzikulova K.l., Mirrakhimova S.Sh., Safarov J.O., Ibragimova N.N.
Organization: Buhara state medical institute, Tashkent Medical Academy

Today allergic eye diseases are the one of most important problems for modern medicine. Despite that many literature sources characterize eye disorders in allergy, finding an effective therapy for these conditions is still a serious issue for ophthalmologists. Effective treatment of allergic conjunctivitis requires clear understanding of pathogenesis of this disease. According to this conception physician can build the plan of therapy for individual patient with the choice of proper drug. This article is a systemic review of latest data from literature that is devoted to pathogenetic therapy of allergic conjunctivitis. Analysis of many scientific works shows that olopatadine and cromoglicic acid are the most useful drugs among modern medications.

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