Journal of Ophthalmology / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Decreased Perifoveal Sensitivity Detected by Microperimetry in Patients Using Hydroxychloroquine and without Visual Field and Fundoscopic Anomalies

Table 1

Clinical characteristics of the two groups of the analyzed sample.

Control groupHCQ group

Age (years)38.86 ± 12.56
(21 to 62)
40.86 ± 10.49
(31 to 62)

Sphere (D)−0.20 ± 1.02
(−2.25 to 1.25)
−0.52 ± 1.61
(−4.25 to 0.75)

Cylinder (D)−0.52 ± 0.83
(−2.50 to 0.00)
−0.52 ± 0.95
(−2.75 to 0.00)

Spherical equivalent (D)−0.46 ± 0.94
(−2.25 to 1.25)
−0.78 ± 2.04
(−5.63 to 0.38)

CDVA (decimal scale)1.00 ± 0.00
(1.00 to 1.00)
1.05 ± 0.16
(0.90 to 1.50)

Central thickness (m)210.3 ± 42.3
(181 to 306)
209.7 ± 18.2
(176 to 232)

Average thickness (m)272.0 ± 14.6
(258.9 to 301.3)
269.2 ± 14.7
(249.3 to 286.6)

Volume (mm3)7.69 ± 0.41
(7.32 to 8.52)
7.61 ± 0.41
(7.05 to 8.10)

CDVA: corrected distance visual acuity; D: diopters; m: micrometers.

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