Journal of Ophthalmology / 2015 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Glaucomatous Visual Field Defect Severity and the Prevalence of Motor Vehicle Collisions in Japanese: A Hospital/Clinic-Based Cross-Sectional Study

Table 2

Demographic characteristics, grouped by MD in the better eye.

ControlMild glaucomaModerate glaucomaSevere glaucoma value

Number1871632412
Age (years)65.1 ± 10.864.4 ± 9.164.2 ± 11.263.3 ± 11.90.87a
Sex (M/F)108/79110/5317/79/30.19b
Alcohol drinker 90 (48.1%)79 (48.4%)14 (58.3%)11 (91.7%)0.02b
Current smoker24 (12.8%)23 (14.1%)5 (20.8%)4 (33.3%)0.18b
Diabetes mellitus22 (11.8%)29 (20.7%)4 (18.3%)1 (8.5%)0.11b
Number of comorbid illnesses0.74 ± 0.770.71 ± 0.760.96 ± 1.060.50 ± 0.800.51c
History of driving (years)37.8 ± 11.238.4 ± 10.335.4 ± 9.537.1 ± 12.30.63a
Distance (km) driven weekly77 ± 113102 ± 17371 ± 85104 ± 1430.34a
BCVA, better eye (LogMAR)0.00 ± 0.020.00 ± 0.010.01 ± 0.030.01 ± 0.030.84c
BCVA, worse eye (LogMAR)0.02 ± 0.040.01 ± 0.040.02 ± 0.050.03 ± 0.060.62c
MD, better eye (dB)NA−1.5 ± 1.8−8.0 ± 1.6−15.4 ± 2.4<0.001a
MD, worse eye (dB)NA−6.7 ± 5.8−13.2 ± 5.1−19.9 ± 4.1<0.001a

M: male, F: female, BCVA: best corrected visual acuity, LogMAR: logarithm of the minimum angle of resolution, MD: mean deviation, dB: decibels, and NA: not applicable.
aANOVA; bFisher’s exact test; cKruskal-Wallis test.

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