Journal of Ophthalmology / 2019 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Intraocular Pressure and Anterior Segment Morphometry Changes after Uneventful Phacoemulsification in Type 2 Diabetic and Nondiabetic Patients

Table 5

Review of studies assessing the IOP reduction and AS changes after phacoemulsification by Scheimpflug imaging.

Study (year)Patients (eyes)GlaucomaAge (y)Female (n)Follow-upIOP pre-op (mmHg)IOP Δ (mmHg)ACD pre-op (mm)ACD Δ (mm)ACV pre-op (mm3)ACV Δ (mm3)ACA pre-op (°)ACA Δ (°)

Hayashi et al. [2] (2000)a77 (77)ACG74 ± 856 (73%)12 mo21.4 ± 3.9−6.1 ± 3.91.9 ± 0.3+2.1 ± 0.4n.r.n.r.19 ± 4+18 ± 5
73 (73)OAG74 ± 739 (53%)20.5 ± 5.4−4.4 ± 4.32.8 ± 0.4+1.5 ± 0.428 ± 5+10 ± 7
74 (74)No72 ± 1140 (54%)17.3 ± 3.3−1.0 ± 4.12.9 ± 0.4+1.4 ± 0.627 ± 6+11 ± 8

Uçakhan et al. [28] (2009)b44 (44)No66 ± 8n.r.3 mo15.8 ± 3.7−2.6 ± n.r.3.0 ± 0.8+0.9 ± n.r.165 ± 50+36 ± n.r.36 ± 10+6 ± n.r.

Doganay et al. [29] (2010)b34 (42)No65 ± 88 (24%)6 mo14.6 ± 2.5−2.8 ± n.r.2.8 ± 0.4+1.9 ± n.r.145 ± 44+46 ± n.r.33 ± 6+10 ± n.r.
Dooley et al. [8] (2010)b101 (101)No69 ± 1162 (62%)6 weeks14.8 ± 3.1−2.5 ± 3.22.7 ± 0.4+1.1 ± 0.5 142 ± 49+54 ± 2730 ± 6+13 ± 7

Mota et al. [9] (2011)c30 (31)No73 ± 818 (58%)1 mo20.5 ± 4.4e−3.9 ± 5.62.8 ± 0.5+1.5 ± 0.7 n.r.n.r.32 ± 6+13 ± 6

Takmaz et al. [30] (2012)d54 (56)No66 ± 1030 (56%)1 mo14.6 ± 3.5−4.2 ± n.r.2.7 ± 0.4+0.8 ± n.r.144 ± 49+49 ± n.r.42 ± 8+11 ± n.r.

Şimşek et al. [31] (2016)d132 (132)No64 ± 1346 (35%)3 mo14.7 ± 2.6−2.4 ± n.r.2.8 ± 0.4+0.7 ± n.r.125 ± 26+38 ± n.r.42 ± 7+9 ± n.r.

Statistically significant difference at . AS, anterior segment; CCT, central corneal thickness; n.r., not reported; SD, standard deviation; SE, standard error; US, ultrasound pachymetry; y, years; mmHg, millimeters of mercury. aAS evaluation with EAS-1000 (Scheimpflug videophotography system); bAS evaluation with Pentacam CES; cAS evaluation with Pentacam HR; dAS evaluation with Sirius; eIOP was measured with ocular response analyzer.

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