An open assessment study was carried out during the summer of 1972 in which 2% sodium cromoglycate eyedrops were evaluated in the treatment of patients with vernal keratoconjunctivitis. A highly significant number of patients found the eyedrops effective, while a marked improvement was recorded in mild and moderate cases; in severe cases or in acute exacerbations additional steroid therapy was recommended. Sodium cromoglycate eyedrops were found to be as effective as Decadron and superior to Antistin-Privine. Furthermore SCG eyedrops could replace or reduce local steroid therapy in vernal keratoconjuntivitis and so avert the possible rise in ocular tension caused by steroids.
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