Journal of Ophthalmology / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Prognostic Factor Analysis of Intraocular Pressure with Neovascular Glaucoma

Table 1

Cause-specific NVG patient backgrounds. NVG patients with proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR) were younger and had a higher pre-treatment PRP ratio. NVG patients with retinal vein occlusion (RVO) had a higher incidence of angle closure glaucoma and higher IOP than other groups. Hyphema occurred more frequently in NVG patients with ocular ischemic syndrome (OIS).

Causative ocular ischemic diseasePDRRVOOIS

Number of eyes1342918

Age (years)60.1 ± 11.472.2 ± 15.271.8 ± 11.3

Both eyes affected ()38 (39.6%)0 (0%)1 (5.9%)

Initial LogMAR VA1.34 ± 1.062.43 ± 1.021.98 ± 1.40

Initial IOP (mmHg)36.4 ± 13.842.4 ± 13.835.0 ± 11.9

Criteria
 Rubeosis group17 (12.7%)0 (0%)3 (16.7%)
 Open-angle NVG group 72 (53.7%)12 (41.4%)8 (44.4%)
 Angle-closure NVG group 45 (33.6%)17 (58.6%)7 (38.9%)

Previous treatment
 PRP81 (60.4%)8 (27.6%)5 (27.8%)
 PPV27 (20.1%)2 (6.9%)21 (72.4%)

Preexisting complication
 Hyphema7 (5.2%)2 (6.9%)6 (33.3%)
 VH39 (29.1%)5 (17.2%)4 (22.2%)

Follow-up (months)26.2 ± 22.1
4.0–81.1
17.6 ± 18.8
4.0–70.1
16.5 ± 13.0
4.0–40.0

PDR, proliferative diabetic retinopathy; RVO, retinal vein occlusion; OIS, ocular ischemic syndrome; VA, visual acuity; NVG, neovascular glaucoma; PRP, panretinal laser photocoagulation; PPV, pars plana vitrectomy, VH, vitreous hemorrhage; CF = ; HM = ; SL = .
Mean ± SD, Steel-Dwass test; for PDR, for OIS.

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