The effect of vitamin P on the permeability of the vessles of the anterior chamber of the eye in rabbits
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Experiments were performed on 11 rabbits. The author studied the biological effect, of vitamin P on blood vessel permeability to fluorescein in the anterior eye chamber by comparative fluorometry. The accumulation of this dye in the aqueous humor was also studied in normal conditions and against the background of increased permeability caused by ethylmorphine hydrochloride.
Permeability of the vessels was found to be below normal 3 days after the administration of vitamin P (500 mg) and remained unchanged until the end of this experiment (25 days).
KeywordsPublic Health Blood Vessel Hydrochloride Normal Condition Fluorescein
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- E. T. Mikheeva, Scientific Papers and Technical Information from the Helmholtz Research Institute of Diseases of the Eye, No. 5, pp. 245–251. Moscow 1957 [In Russian].Google Scholar