Year | Incidence of aphakic glaucoma | |
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Percentage of eyes after unilateral or bilateral lensectomy and 95% CI | Percentage of infants after bilateral lensectomy and 95% CI | |

Model l_{0}, constant hazard model with constant incidence. The incidence remained statistically constant for the first 5 years. | ||

Model l_{1}, piecewise constant hazard model with variable incidence. (*The incidence figures in year 1 do not include two eyes (table 1, patients 1 and 3) with glaucoma responded to anterior vitrectomy without need for long term ocular hypotensive medication.) | ||

1 | 3.9%* (1.7 to 9.2) | 8.0%† (3.1 to 19.9) |

2 | 1.7% (0.4 to 6.7) | 4.6% (1.2 to 17.2) |

3 | 2.6% (0.9 to 7.9) | 4.9% (1.2 to 18.1) |

4 | 6.4% (3.1 to 12.9) | 10.3% (4.0 to 25.1) |

5 | 1.96% (0.5 to 7.6) | 0% (0 to10.1) |

Average incidence | 3.3% (2.1 to 5.2) | 5.6% (3.2 to 9.7) |

Log likelihood l_{0} (df = 1) | −195.4 | −116.8 |

Log likelihood l_{1} (df = 5) | −193.1 | −113.8 |

Deviance D = −2 (l_{0} − l_{1}) | 4.6 | 5.9 |

χ^{2}_{4} test p value | 0.33 | 0.20 |