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Ophthalmic drug delivery systems for the treatment of retinal diseases : Basic research to clinical applications

Rowe-Rendleman, Cheryl L. and Robinson, Michael R. and Dawson, Daniel G. and Chader, Gerald J. and Grossniklaus, Hans E. and Rittenhouse, Kay D. and Wilson, Clive G. and Weber, David A. (2010) Ophthalmic drug delivery systems for the treatment of retinal diseases : Basic research to clinical applications. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 51 (11). pp. 5403-5420. ISSN 0146-0404

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Abstract

The basic science part of this article focuses on the anatomic barriers to the five major modes of ocular drug delivery: intraocular, periocular, hybrid, topical, and systemic. The second half is a review of the clinical and regulatory components of translational science.