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Table 1 Clinical characters of the eyes with giant retinal tear more than 180°

From: The outcome of surgical management for giant retinal tear more than 180°

Case no. Age (years) Sex Eye Extent of GRT Macula status PVR Lens Anatomical success Pre-operative BCVA BCVA at the end of Follow-up Follow-up period (months)
1 40-50 Male OS 240° Off A Phakic Complete HM 0.3 13
2 50-60 Female OD 210° Off B Phakic Complete CF 0.5 7
3 40-50 Male OS 190° On A Phakic Complete 0.15 0.9 15
4 -40-50 Male OS 210° Off CP3 Phakic Complete HM 0.3 22
5 30-40 Male OD 240° Off A Phakic Complete CF 0.1 11
6 50-60 Male OD 250° Off A Phakic Complete CF 0.3 20
7 15-20 Male OS 210° Off B Phakic Complete CF 0.3 24
8 40-50 Male OD 240° Off B Phakic Complete HM 0.3 20
9 30-40 Male OS 270° On A Pseudophakic Complete 0.05 0.7 20
10 20-30 Female OS 210° Off A Phakic Complete HM 0.2 9
11 30-40 Male OD 210° Off A Phakic Complete CF 0.4 7
12 40-50 Male OD 240° Off CP6 Phakic Complete CF 0.1 15
13 30-40 Male OD 240° Off A Aphakic Incomplete CF CF 26
14 30-40 Male OS 300° Off A Phakic Complete HM 0.2 6
15 20-30 Female OS 250° Off B Phakic Complete CF 0.3 10
16 30-40 Male OD 330° Off A Pseudophakic Incomplete HM HM 7
17 40-50 Male OD 190° Off B Pseudophakic Complete CF 0.2 24
18 50-60 Female OS 240° Off B Phakic Complete CF 0.1 15
19 30-40 Male OD 240° Off A Phakic Complete HM 0.05 18
20 30-40 Male OD 210° Off A Pseudophakic Complete HM 0.1 8
21 15-20 Male OS 240° Off CP3 Phakic Complete CF 0.1 9
22 50-60 Male OS 240° Off CP6 Pseudophakic Incomplete HM 0.01 7
23 30-40 Male OS 200° Off CP3 Phakic Incomplete HM 0.05 9
24 30-40 Male OS 240° On A Phakic Complete 0.15 0.8 7
  1. Abbreviations: PVR, proliferative vitreoretinopathy; BCVA, best corrected visual acuity; HM, hand motion; CF, counting fingers.