Journal of Ophthalmology / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

A Possible Regression Equation for Predicting Visual Outcomes after Surgical Repair of Open Globe Injuries

Table 2

Thirteen independent variables evaluated among one-hundred thirty-one open globe injuries.

Independent variablesFindings (numerical/categorical)

Age35.24 ± 21.6 (4–88) years
Number of surgeries
 167 (51%)
 247 (36%)
 317 (13%)
Performance of pars plana vitrectomy32 (24%)
Lens status
 No pathology50 (38%)
 Traumatic cataract55 (42%)
 Aphakia after initial trauma26 (20%)
Affected tissue
 Corneal59 (45%)
 Scleral17 (13%)
 Corneoscleral55 (42%)
Intravitreal hemorrhage29 (22%)
Intraocular foreign body17 (13%)
Glaucoma during follow-up9 (7%)
Anterior segment inflammation during follow-up23 (18%)
Loss of iris tissue61 (47%)
Penetrating injury42 (32%)
Cutting any prolapsed vitreous in the primary surgery17 (13%)
Time interval between the trauma and repair13.5 ± 13.2 (6–96) hours