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E. A. Drozdova (2012)
Publisher: Ophthalmology Publishing Group
Journal: Oftalʹmologiâ
Languages: Russian
Types: Article
Subjects: immunosuppressive agents, RE1-994, retinovasculitis, Ophthalmology, uveitis

Purpose: to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the immunosuppressive therapy for severe forms of non-infections uveitis and retinovasculitis.
Methods: 107 patients (62 males and 45 females aged 9 to 54 years) who received low dose methotrexate — 7.5-20 mg once a week (n=79) cyclosporine A 3.5-5.0 mg/kg/d (n=21) with prednisone or other antimetabolites and local corticosteroid therapy for severe forms of inflammatory eye diseases.
Results: the efficacy of methotrexate as monotherapy was 51.8% of patients with chronic uveitis. Control of acute inflammation was achived in 71.1% patients, who received methotrexate in combination with prednisolone. Cyclosporine A was more effective in controlling inflammatory of the eye: remission of uveitis was achived in 85.7% in combination with glucocorticoids. No significant side effects have been noted.
Conclusion: Methotrexate and cyclosporine A with low dose of prednisolone are well tolerated immunosuppressive agents and
rather effective in the treatment of non-infectious uveitis and retinovasculitis that fails to respond to conventional steroid treatment.

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