Journal of Ophthalmology / 2020 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Pseudodominant Nanophthalmos in a Roma Family Caused by a Novel PRSS56 Variant

Table 1

Ophthalmic examination results of individual V:1 with nanophthalmos caused by a homozygous variant in PRSS56.

Age (y)BCVARefraction (DS/DC)IOP (mmHg)CCT (µm)WTW (mm)K1/K2 (D)AL (mm)ACD (mm)
RELERELERELERELERELERELERELERELE

110.30.6+12.5/+1.0 × 125°+12.51716515513UAUAUAUA14.814.4UAUA
120.320.63+13.75/−0.5°+13.75/−0.5°2120UAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUA
130.20.4+13.75/−0.5°+13.75/−0.5°2019UAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUAUA
150.320.4+13.75/−0.5°+13.75/−0.5°211551051511.411.451.3/52.351.2/52.515.6916.272.932.85
16.50.320.4+13.5/−1.0+13.51914UAUA11.311.5UAUA16.3616.262.722.89

ACD, anterior chamber depth (normal values 3.14 ± 0.33 mm) [24]; AL, axial length (normal values 23.42 ± 0.46 mm) [25]; BCVA, best-corrected visual acuity; CCT, central corneal thickness (normal values 552.6 ± 36.8 μm) [25]; D, diopter; DC, diopter cylinder; DS, diopter sphere; IOP, intraocular pressure; K1/K2, flat/steep keratometry readings (normal values K1 ≤46.1 D, K2 ≤47.4 D) [26]; LE, left eye; RE, right eye; y, years; UA, unavailable data; and WTW, white-to-white corneal diameter. subjective values.

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