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Table 1 Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of the participants

From: Associations of subjective and objective clinical outcomes of visual functions with quality of life in Chinese glaucoma patients: a cross-sectional study

Variables Participants
Number of participants* 107
Sex
 Male 46 42.99%
 Female 61 57.01%
Age (years) 61.94 (10.95) 27 to 81
Duration of glaucoma (years) 3.56 (2.35) 2 to 21
Type of glaucoma
 CACG 74 69.16%
 POAG 33 30.84%
  Better eye Worse eye
Visual acuity (logMAR) 0.17 (0.21) −0.14 to 0.96 0.37 (0.3) − 0.1 to 1.3
 Contrast sensitivity 0.98 (0.28) 0.33 to 1.56 0.78 (0.34) 0.33 to 1.48
Visual field
 MD (dB) −4.95 (5.3) −28.99 to 1.02 −13.42 (9.4) −32.28 to − 2.01
 PSD (dB) 3.21 (2.6) 0.96 to 12.93 6.11 (3.84) 1.27 to 14.81
PVEP (n = 60)
 Latency in 1 deg. size (ms) 108.72 (10.81) 90.4 to150 115.6 (16.02) 90.4 to 150
 Amplitude in 1 deg. size (μV) 11.08 (5.04) 0 to 31.9 8.16 (5.15) 0 to 30
 Latency in 15 min size (ms) 123.07 (13.69) 99.2 to 150 130.52 (15.66) 100.4 to 150
 Amplitude in 15 min size (μV) 13.94 (8.79) 0 to 34.7 8.17 (6.82) 0 to 32.6
  1. Data are presented as mean (standard deviation) unless otherwise indicated; *: N = 107 for all variables except for PVEP (N = 60); CACG chronic angle-closure glaucoma, POAG primary open-angle glaucoma, logMAR logarithm of the minimum angle of resolution, MD mean deviation, PSD pattern standard deviation, PVEP pattern visual evoked potentials