Journal of Ophthalmology / 2017 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Comparison of Retinal Microvessel Blood Flow Velocities Acquired with Two Different Fields of View

Table 1

Overview of RFI blood flow velocity analysis as reported in clinical studies.

AuthorsFOV (20°/35°)N (eyes)Arteriolar velocity (mm/s)Venular velocity (mm/s)

Present work20°203.8 ± 0.42.9 ± 0.3
Burgansky-Eliash et al. [14]20°514.19 ± 0.993.03 ± 0.59
Beutelspacher et al. [11]20°54.3 (3.7–4.8)ψ3.0 (2.7–3.3)ψ
Burgansky-Eliash et al. [1]20°514.1 ± 0.92.9 ± 0.5
Burgansky-Eliash et al. [13]20°1144.2 ± 0.93.3 ± 0.8
Klefter et al. [16]20°164.0 ± 0.93.2 ± 0.7
Burgansky-Eliash et al. [12]20°534.32.9
Somfai et al. [17]20°104.45 ± 0.763.17 ± 0.84
Burgansky-Eliash et al. [24]20°514.2 (3.9–4.6)3.0 (2.7–3.3)
Jiang et al. [4]20°174.10 ± 0.873.22 ± 0.89

Present work35°204.0 ± 0.43.2 ± 0.3
Feng et al. [20]35°513.93 (3.35, 4.65)ψ2.82 (2.39, 3.53)ψ
Landa et al. [21]35°304.7 ± 0.63.7 ± 0.4
Beutelspacher et al. [18]35°124.24 ± 1.043.33 ± 0.76
Chhablani et al. [19]35°183.163.15

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