Table 2

Demographics and ocular characteristics of the study population

Patients (n)51
Age (years)65.1±14.9
Gender (Male/Female)28/23
BetterWorseP value
No. of eyes (n)5151
BCVA (Log MAR)0.00 (−0.08 to 0.05)0.10 (0.00 to 0.30)0.004
CCT (μm)516±36517±500.885
IOP (mm Hg)14.6±3.814.5±5.90.959
SE (Dioptres)−2.3±3.9−2.4±3.80.625
Axial length (mm)24.9±1.924.9±1.90.874
HFA 24-2 MD (dB)−5.5 (−1.5 to −14.6)−18.0 (−12.9 to −23.8)<0.001
HFA 10-2 MD (dB)−6.4 (−2.3 to −15.6)−19.6 (−11.7 to −26.9)<0.001
IOL, n (%)18 (35.3)25 (49.0)0.160
  • For normally distributed variables, results are shown as mean±SD; for non-normally distributed variables, results are shown as median (IQR).

  • Categorical variables were compared using the χ2 test. Data expressed as mean±SD were compared with paired t-test.

  • Data expressed as the median (IQR) were compared using the nonparametric Wilcoxon signed-rank test.

  • BCVA, best-correlated visual acuity; CCT, central corneal thickness; HFA, Humphrey field analyser; IOL, intraocular lens; SE, spherical equivalent.