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Placentrex treatment in corneal defects in animals

Placentrex treatment in corneal defects in animals

Indian Veterinary Journal 76(10): 918-919

ISSN/ISBN: 0019-6479

A single subconjunctival injection (1 ml/eye) of Placentrex, an extract of human placenta, was successful in treating 20 cases of corneal opacity, 27 of corneal ulcer and 2 of iris prolapse among 71 cases of eye diseases in bovine, equine and caprine animals; healing was complete in 10-15 days.

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