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N.A. Pakhomova

Research Institute of Eye Diseases

T.E. Borisenko

Krasnov Research Institute of Eye Diseases

S.V. Roshchin

Krasnov Research Institute of Eye Diseases

A.I. Bursov

Ivannikov Institute for System Programming

M.V. Kravchik

M.M. Krasnov Research Institute of Eye Diseases

I.A. Novikov

Krasnov Research Institute of Eye Diseases

S.E. Avetisov

Krasnov Research Institute of Eye Disease;
I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Sechenov University)

Features of accumulation of chemical elements in the volume of the lens in senile cataract

Authors:

N.A. Pakhomova, T.E. Borisenko, S.V. Roshchin, A.I. Bursov, M.V. Kravchik, I.A. Novikov, S.E. Avetisov

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Journal: Russian Annals of Ophthalmology. 2023;139(1): 35‑45

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To cite this article:

Pakhomova NA, Borisenko TE, Roshchin SV, Bursov AI, Kravchik MV, Novikov IA, Avetisov SE. Features of accumulation of chemical elements in the volume of the lens in senile cataract. Russian Annals of Ophthalmology. 2023;139(1):35‑45. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/oftalma202313901135

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