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Table 1 Follow-up Criteria

From: Demographic profile, clinical features, and outcome of peripapillary subretinal hemorrhage: an observational study

 Visit 0Visit 1Visit 2Visit 3…Visit X*Visit X + 1Visit X + 2End-point
TimePresentation1 month2 months3 months…X months6 months12 months24 months
Slit-lamp examination
Ancillary tests       
  1. BCVA best-corrected visual acuity, FP fundus photography, FFA fundus fluorescence angiography. Ancillary tests included visual field test, B-scan ultrasonography, auto-fluorescence of fundus (AF), computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  2. Visit X*: Monthly follow-up was performed until the hemorrhage had completely resolved. The visit at which hemorrhage absorption was complete was defined as Visit X. If X < 6 months from the time of presentation, the next visit was at 6 months post-presentation (Visit X + 1); if X ≥ 6 months from the time of presentation, the next visit was 12 months post-presentation (Visit X + 2)