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The state of the organ of vision in hereditary kidney pathology in children

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Session Title: Presented Poster Session: Infections & Syndromes

Venue: Poster Village: Pod 3

First Author: : N.Karimjanova UZBEKISTAN

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Abstract Details


In this regard, in our work, an attempt was made to study the nature and structure of changes in the organ of vision in children with hereditary kidney diseases occurring with hematuria.


Tashkent Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education


Ophthalmologically, 17 patients aged 5 to 14 years with verified hereditary diseases of the kidneys were examined: hereditary nephritis 5 (31%), polycystic kidney 7 (25%), renal diabetes insipidus 4 (28%). Ophthalmic examinations included visometry, biomicroscopy, perimetry, tonography and ophthalmoscopy.


Results. In children with hereditary kidney diseases, various changes in the eye have been identified: refractive errors of u15 (75%), congenital changes in the iris in the form of a residual pupillary membrane - 10 (50%), changes in the lens in the form of single point opacities and seals around the joints -13 (65%), changes in the vitreous body - 9 (45%), heterophory -3 (15%).


Conclusions. On the basis of the data obtained, it can be concluded that children with hereditary diseases of the kidneys need to conduct an ophthalmological examination in order to early detection and treatment of their possible pathology of the organ of vision.

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