Morphological features of corneal neovascularization during treatment of purulent keratitis with autoplasma (in an experiment)

5 April 2024
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Ayjemal ORAZALIYEVA, Perhat OVEZGYLYJOV, Merdan SULEYMANOV, Jahan LAMANOVA, Gohar PETROVA, Gulnabat TOSHIYEVA
Scientific research center, Scientific and clinical center for eye diseases,
Department of forensic medicine and law, pathological anatomy of SMUT named after M.Garryyev

The cornea is the main refractive surface of the eye, the transparency of which is due to the peculiarities of its complex, highly organized structure. In some pathological conditions (chemical burns, ischemia, trauma, inflammation), changes in the cornea cause the appearance of various degrees of neovascularization and opacification with subsequent disruption of its transparency [1].

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