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Clinical Study

The Role of Single-Layered Flap in Temporal Inverted Internal Limiting Membrane Flap Technique for Macular Holes: Pros and Cons

Table 1

Patient baseline clinical characteristics.

FactorsAll cases

Mean age ± SD, years66.8  ±  9.9
Range48–82
Gender (male/female)8/12
Mean BCVA ± SD, logMAR0.73 ± 0.35
MH type no. (%)
 Large MH6 (30%)
 Chronic MH2 (10%)
 MH in high myopia11 (55%)
 MH in patient unable to maintain postoperative prone positioning1 (5%)
Mean MH diameter (±SD)
 Large MH
  Minimal diameter, μm480 ± 74
  Maximal diameter, μm858 ± 324
 Chronic MH
  Minimal diameter, µm845 ± 43
  Maximal diameter, μm1470 ± 309
 MH in high myopia
  Minimal diameter, µm278 ± 154
  Maximal diameter, µm897 ± 740
 MH in patient unable to maintain postoperative prone positioning
  Minimal diameter, µm405
  Maximal diameter, µm867
 Lens status (phakic: IOL)14 : 6

SD, standard deviation; IOL, intraocular lens, pseudophakia.

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