[Therapy of chronic allergic conjunctivitis with sodium cromoglycate (lecrolin)].
NII of Eye Diseases RAMN, Moscow.
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The efficacy of lecrolin (2% sodium cromoglycate) eye drops was assessed in 22 patients with allergic conjunctivitis. Positive effect was attained in all the patients on day 4.0 +/- 1.2. Signs of the disease exacerbation completely disappeared in 68% of patients in 8.3 +/- 2.4 days. No side effects of any type were observed for a month of using lecrolin eye drops.
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