Journal of Ophthalmology / 2014 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Corneal Biomechanical Changes after Crosslinking for Progressive Keratoconus with the Corneal Visualization Scheimpflug Technology

Table 1

Descriptives.

PatientSexAgeDays before CXLDays after CXL BAD_DPachy min (m)Astig. (D)max (D)

1Male210987.184534.2051.66
2Female280847.064892.5054.79
3Female47−21564.424643.0049.74
4Male270917.624624.7050.59
5Male200707.844547.8058.00
6Male3907714.075202.0060.05
7Male240849.304805.9059.70
8Male29−237010.764506.1059.25
9Male200915.565084.7054.28
10Male370918.225012.2059.99
11Male21−16916.195224.2047.48
12Male430840.825456.3049.46
13Male270919.274625.7057.00
14Male2907712.114546.9062.57
15Male470918.194516.4054.09
16Male460700.675716.8049.53
17Male25−44843.304752.2046.75

Days before CXL and days after CXL: time interval between Corvis ST analysis and corneal crosslinking; BAD_D: Belin-Ambrosio display-enhanced ectasia total deviation value. [10]; pachy min: corneal thickness at the thinnest point; Astig: topometric astigmatism front surface; max_: steepest keratometry of the front surface.