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ОКТ-АНГИОГРАФИЯ И ЕЕ РОЛЬ В ИССЛЕДОВАНИИ РЕТИНАЛЬНОЙ МИКРОЦИРКУЛЯЦИИ ПРИ ГЛАУКОМЕ (ЧАСТЬ ПЕРВАЯ)

https://doi.org/10.21516/2072-0076-2018-11-2-82-86

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Существуют две различных точки зрения относительно роли глазной микроциркуляции при глаукоме. Согласно одной, снижение глазной гемоперфузии - это следствие атрофии нервной ткани, согласно другой - нарушение микроциркуляции происходит уже на ранних этапах заболевания, вызывая гибель нейрональных структур. Однако на сегодня мало что известно о ретинальной микроциркуляции при глаукоме. Внедрение в практику оптической когерентной томографии-ангиографии (ОКТ-А) открыло перспективы в понимании связи микроциркуляторных и структурных повреждений при глаукоме. В обзоре приводятся данные об анатомии и физиологии микроциркуляторного русла сетчатки и ДЗН, уточненные благодаря методу ОКТ-А. Для цитирования: Курышева Н.И. ОКТ-ангиография и ее роль в исследовании ретинальной микроциркуляции при глаукоме (часть первая). Российский офтальмологический журнал. 2018; 11(2): 82-6. doi: 10.21516/2072-0076-2018-11-2-82-86.

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Н. И. Курышева
Центр офтальмологии, ГНЦ ФМБЦ им. А.И. Бурназяна, ФМБА России, Москва
Россия


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Для цитирования:


Курышева Н.И. ОКТ-АНГИОГРАФИЯ И ЕЕ РОЛЬ В ИССЛЕДОВАНИИ РЕТИНАЛЬНОЙ МИКРОЦИРКУЛЯЦИИ ПРИ ГЛАУКОМЕ (ЧАСТЬ ПЕРВАЯ). Российский офтальмологический журнал. 2018;11(2):82-86. https://doi.org/10.21516/2072-0076-2018-11-2-82-86

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Kurysheva N.I. OCT ANGIOGRAPHY AND ITS ROLE IN THE STUDY OF RETINAL MICROCIRCULATION IN GLAUCOMA (PART ONE). Russian Ophthalmological Journal. 2018;11(2):82-86. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.21516/2072-0076-2018-11-2-82-86

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