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Effect of a pulsed magnetic field on corneal permeability and the sorption properties of tissue structures and refractive media of the eye

, : Effect of a pulsed magnetic field on corneal permeability and the sorption properties of tissue structures and refractive media of the eye. Biulleten' Eksperimental'noi Biologii i Meditsiny 100(10): 429-431

Using the radioactive indication method, it was shown that pulse magnetic field (magnetic induction value in the pulse 8.5 mT, frequency 50 Hz, square pulse length 0.02 sec) increased corneal permiability and drug accumulation within some tissue structures and in the refractory eye media.


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