Table 1

The presence of reticular drusen (RDR) at baseline and the appearance of the characteristic RDR pattern (confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscopy: dot, target, ribbon; spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT): waves, spikes) in different imaging modalities

Study eyes: 98 eyes of 98 patientsIRBRFAGFAFColourSD-OCTAt least one modality
Presence of RDR at baseline43 (43.9%)
κ=0.96
25 (25.5%)
κ=0.73
27 (27.6%)
κ=0.61
41 (41.8%)
κ=0.88
24 (24.5%)
κ=0.58
38 (38.8%)
κ=0.89
43 (43.9%)
κ=0.96
Dot43 (100%)
κ=0.96
22 (88.0%)
κ=0.54
26 (96.3%)
κ=0.59
40 (97.6%)
κ=0.74
21 (87.5%)
κ=0.54
waves: 38 (100%)
κ=0.95
43 (100%)
κ=0.96
Ribbon0 (0%)
κ=1
8 (32.0%)
κ=0.67
3 (11.1%)
κ=0.57
11 (26.9%)
κ=0.78
10 (41.7%)
κ=0.56
12 (27.9%)
κ=0.75
Target35 (81.4%)
κ=0.87
19 (76.0%)
κ=0.65
0 (0%)
κ=1
20 (48.8%)
κ=0.57
0 (0%)
κ=1
spikes: 34 (89.5%)
κ=0.77
36 (83.7%)
κ=0.85
AREDS 3 (23 eyes)10 (43.5%)6 (26.1%)7 (30.4%)9 (39.1%)5 (21.8%)9 (39.1%)10 (43.5%)
AREDS 4 (75 eyes)33 (44.0%)19 (25.3%)20 (26.7%)32 (42.7%)19 (25.3%)29 (38.7%)33 (44.0%)
  • The absolute number, the percentage and the κ value are given, respectively. In addition, results for AREDS 3 and AREDS 4 subjects are separated.

  • AREDS, age-related eye disease study; BR, blue reflectance; FAF, fundus autofluorescence; FAG, fluorescein angiography; IR, infrared reflectance.