Mediators of Inflammation / 2013 / Article / Tab 1

Clinical Study

Inflammation, Haemostatic Disturbance, and Obesity: Possible Link to Pathogenesis of Diabetic Retinopathy in Type 2 Diabetes

Table 1

Ophthalmologic parameters of type 2 diabetic patients ( ) divided into three groups according to the diabetic retinopathy status.

DR group 1
( )
DR group 2
( )
DR group 3
( )
Chi-squarec

BCVA (decimal)*0.97 ± 0.080.92 ± 0.150.72 ± 0.3713.86b
Glaucoma**11540.54c0.461c
IOP (mmHg)*13.66 ± 1.5013.58 ± 1.0713.22 ± 0.950.49b0.487b
Lens**20/71/95/69/269/65/267.5c
Hypertensive retinopathy**3147483.09c0.079c

mean ± SD, **percentage, bKruskal-Wallis df = 1, cChi-square test df = 2.
BCVA: best corrected visual acuity; IOP: intraocular pressure; Lens: clear crystalline lens/initial cataract/condition after cataract surgery (an artificial IOL implanted).

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