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Table 2 Postoperative examination features at one week, three weeks and three years

From: Decompression retinopathy following nonpenetrating deep sclerectomy for primary congenital glaucoma

Date of control Corneal diameters (mm) IOP (mmHg) Pachymetry (μm) Axial length (mm) Anterior chamber Fundus examination Medical decision
One week H OD: 11 V OD: 10 OD: 11 OD: 605 OD: 17.64 OD: Well-formed bleb and AC OD: Subhyaloid hemorrhage, c/d 0.3 OD: Close observation
H OS: 12.5 V OS: 11.5 OS: 7 OS: 871 OS: 19.37 OS: Well-formed bleb and AC OS: c/d 0.6
Three weeks H OD: 10 V OD: 10 OD: 13 OD: 561 OD: 17.02 OD: Clear cornea, well-formed bleb and AC OD: Persisting subhyaloid hemorrhage, c/d 0.1 OD: Vitrectomy
H OS: 12.5 V OS: 11.5 OS: 22 OS: 870 OS: 18.71 OS: Decrease cornea edema, well-formed bleb and AC OS: c/d 0.5 OS: 5-FU bleb needling
Three years H OD: 12 V OD: 11 OD: 8 OD: 589 OD: 23.93 OD: Flat bleb, no cataract OD: c/d 0.1 Refractive correction: OD: −6.25 (−1.50; 175°)
H OS: 12.5 V OS: 12 OS: 9 OS: 612 OS: 21.72 OS: Flat bleb, no cataract OS: c/d 0.1 OG: + 1.50 (−2.00; 170°)
  1. Abbreviations: AC anterior chamber, c/d cup-to-disc ratio, H horizontal, OD right eye: OS left eye, V vertical, 5-FU 5-fluorouracil