Journal of Ophthalmology / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Clinical Study

Viscoat Assisted Inverted Internal Limiting Membrane Flap Technique for Large Macular Holes Associated with High Myopia

Table 1

Baseline clinical characteristics of highly myopic patients with large macular holes ().

Case numberAge (y)SexEyePreop BCVA (Snellen)Axial length (mm)Subtype of staphylomaMH diameter (µm)Retinoschisis around MHPreop lens status

148Female os0.230.08Type 1495Phakia
254MaleosFC/50 cm31.27Type 1471Aphakia
349Maleos0.0529.98Type 1521Phakia
463Femaleos0.0431.94Type 2832+Phakia
567Male od0.0227.32Type 2563+Phakia
649Femaleod0.327.64Type 1487Phakia
778Maleod0.228.15Type 2633+Phakia
863Femaleos0.1628.27Type 1574Pseudophakia
958Femaleod0.0530.66Type 1659+Phakia
1055Femaleos0.0232.17Type 2708+Phakia
1160Maleos0.133.16Type 1578+Pseudophakia
1261FemaleodFC/50 cm28.42Type 1812Pseudophakia
1358Maleod0.327.65Type 1499Phakia
1463FemaleosHM/BE32.10Type 2491Phakia
1575Femaleos0.0528.62Type 1641Phakia

MH = macular hole; BCVA = best-corrected visual acuity; Preop = preoperative; FC = finger counting; HM = hand motion; BE = before eye.

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