Journal of Ophthalmology / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Clinical Study

Comparison of Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness Measurements in Healthy Subjects Using Fourier and Time Domain Optical Coherence Tomography

Table 1

Mean retinal nerve fiber layer parameters and standard deviation measured by Cirrus high definition (HD) and Stratus optical coherence tomography (OCT) and their statistical comparisons.

Stratus OCT parametersCirrus HD OCT parametersMean difference (Stratus-Cirrus) 𝑃

Average thickness97.8511.4795.509.452.370.003
Superior thickness119.5419.47117.0617.322.630.070
Nasal thickness74.4419.8371.4116.552.960.106
Inferior thickness126.3818.87125.3616.631.090.357
Temporal thickness70.9913.6268.3811.812.210.046
H1 hour sector110.6529.35103.7726.417.170.004
H2 hour sector90.0226.7187.4919.342.360.317
H3 hour sector59.8417.1556.8611.992.910.068
H4 hour sector73.0120.6266.2316.136.830.000
H5 hour sector106.2826.12101.6524.344.790.006
H6 hour sector134.5427.42133.7229.470.860.657
H7 hour sector141.8626.31138.6424.482.520.203
H8 hour sector75.3218.5671.8818.354.170.006
H9 hour sector53.4010.6153.8713.77-0.050.968
H10 hour sector82.2419.8382.9220.52-0.790.620
H11 hour sector131.5124.56126.8425.654.750.023
H12 hour sector123.0525.81115.6526.257.63<0.001

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