Journal of Ophthalmology / 2014 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Surgical and Visual Outcome for Recurrent Retinal Detachment Surgery

Table 3

Pre- and intraoperative factors affecting the BCVA in the anatomically successful cases.

Pre- and intraoperative risk factorsNumber of attached subjects  
BCVA  
≥0.3
BCVA  
≤0.3
Chi-squareMultivariate logistic regression
(%) (%) (%)( value)( value)

of operationsNSa
 216 (29)9 (23)7 (44)
 >240 (71)31 (77)9 (56)
PVR0.002 * 0.024 *
 <C230 (54)16 (40)14 (88)
 ≥C226 (46)24 (60)2 (12)
CategoryNS
 (1) Pseudophakic24 (43)18 (45)6 (37)
 (2) HM/GTb13 (23)9 (22.5)4 (25)
 (3) Traumatic06 (11)3 (7.5)3 (19)
 (4) PRRDc13 (23)10 (25)3 (19)
Macular pathology5 (9)3 (8)2 (13)NS
Retinectomy26 (46)22 (55)4 (25)NS
Silicon oil31 (55)26 (65)5 (31)0.022 * 0.472
Gas49 (88)35 (88)14 (88)NS
Cryo38 (69)25 (63)13 (81)NS
Laser33 (59)24 (60)9 (56)NS
Secondary breaks21 (38)14 (35)7 (44)NS
Vitreous entrapment6 (11)5 (13)1 (6)NS
Scleral paracentesis6 (11)5 (13)1 (6)NS
Encircling band29 (52)20 (50)9 (56)NS
Scleral buckling20 (36)11 (28)9 (56)0.043 * 0.135

aNS: nonsignificant result.
bHM: high myopia, GT: giant tears.
cPRRD: primary rhegmatogenous retinal detachment in phacik patients, other than trauma, high myopia, or giant tears.
*Significant difference ().

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