The role of resveratrol in inhibiting the development and progression of oxidative stress-induced retinal diseases Review article

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Małgorzata Figurska

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In recent years, the importance of resveratrol as a biologically active natural nutrient with potential to prevent the development and progression of age-related degenerative diseases has been analyzed. The aim of the study is to review the current literature from the last 10 years or so, dealing with the subject of resveratrol properties, its impact on systemic condition and retinal diseases. This review confirms the important beneficial role of resveratrol and dietary supplements containing resveratrol in limiting the development and progression of diseases related to oxidative stress. The range of action of resveratrol is systemic, as evidenced by research. In ophthalmology, resveratrol is used primarily in degenerative retinal diseases and complications of metabolic diseases in which oxidative stress plays a key role. The data from the conducted studies provide the basis for the assumption that thanks to compounds such as resveratrol, we may gain a real impact on the occurrence of e.g. age-related macular degeneration and its course.

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Figurska M. The role of resveratrol in inhibiting the development and progression of oxidative stress-induced retinal diseases . Ophthatherapy [Internet]. 2024Mar.31 [cited 2024Jul.17];11(1):30-5. Available from: https://www.journalsmededu.pl/index.php/ophthatherapy/article/view/2980
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