Oftalmol Zh.2011;4:67-70.

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Bezdetko P. A., Zavoloka O. V., Dovzhuk T. N.

Kharkov, Ukraine

80 crawls (40 in every group) were operated with intrascleral or sub-tenon's introductions of TA. 3 hours, 1, 3, 7, 14 days and 1, 2, 3, 6, 7 months later after injection 4 crawls were killed in every group. Concentration of TA was determined in blood plasma, intraocular liquid, and also in intraocular fabrics (vitreous body, retinochoroid layer) by the method of liquid chromatography. TA was determined more long in case of intrascleral method of introductions in a retinochoroid layer (6 months), vitreous body and intraocular liquid (3 months) compared to subtenon (2 and 1 month accordingly), thus at both methods of introduction in a retinochoroid layer preparation was saved maximally; in a blood plasma TA was determined less long (7 days) compared to sub-tenon's (14 days).


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