SUN- AND LASER-INDUCED PHOTODAMAGES TO THE RETINA AND OPTIC NERVE IN CHILDREN

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25879979-2018-02-02
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2
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2018

I.M. Mosin(1,2), E.A. Neudakhina(2), S.G. Rasulova(1) 1-Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Moscow; 2-Z.A. Bashlyaeva City Children’s Clinical Hospital, Moscow

The paper presents the main causes of photodamages to the retina and optic nerve in children, as well as their clinical manifestations, characteristic functional disorders, and methods for the diagnosis and treatment of this pathology.

Keywords: 
retinal photodamage
solar retinopathy
photophobia



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