Influence of Changes in the Microelemental Composition of Blood on the Development and Progression of Myopia

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Durbek Azizbekovich Ikramov, Botir Tolqinovich Buzrukov, Azizbek Fazilovich Ikramov, Otabek Azizbekovich Ikramov

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This article provides data on the methods for determining and assessing the trace element status of blood in patients with myopic refraction of varying severity. The paper presents the results of examination of 140 (280 eyes) patients aged 18 to 45 years with various degrees of myopia in order to assess the role of the trace element composition of blood serum, as well as the content of 25 (HO) D in the development and progression of myopia by comparative study of the content of trace elements in serum and their excretion in patients with myopia and emmetropia.


The analysis of the data obtained allows us to draw both theoretical conclusions related to the pathogenesis of progressive myopia and some practical conclusions about the use of the studied parameters as diagnostic criteria in clinical practice when choosing a treatment strategy for patients with progressive myopia.

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Durbek Azizbekovich Ikramov, Botir Tolqinovich Buzrukov, Azizbek Fazilovich Ikramov, Otabek Azizbekovich Ikramov. (2021). Influence of Changes in the Microelemental Composition of Blood on the Development and Progression of Myopia. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 392 - 400. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/122
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