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Table 5 Correlation and agreement between optical coherence tomography and perimetric parameters in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma with high myopia

From: Consistency between optical coherence tomography and humphrey visual field for evaluating glaucomatous defects in high myopic eyes

  Spearman’s rank correlation Cross-classification (%) Kappa analysis
r p Same quartile Adjacent quartile Opposite quartile Weight kappa P value
10–2 SITA VS GCIPL
 Superior temporal MS VS Inferior nasal GCIPL 0.4226 0.0353* 32 64 4 0.2523 0.4259
 Superior nasal MS VS Inferior temporal GCIPL 0.4022 0.0462* 44 44 12 0.3155 0.0289*
 Inferior temporal MS VS Superior nasal GCIPL 0.1490 0.4773 24 68 8 0.0693 0.8965
 Inferior nasal MS VS Superior temporal GCIPL 0.1117 0.5951 36 52 12 0.1199 0.2080
30–2 SITA VS RNFL
 Superior MS VS Inferior RNFL 0.5325 0.0025* 33 67 0 0.2703 0.2911
 Nasal MS VS Temporal RNFL −0.2713 0.1471 27 53 20 −0.1517 0.8430
 Inferior MS VS Superior RNFL 0.5095 0.0040* 33 60 7 0.2527 0.2983
 Temporal MS VS Nasal RNFL 0.1448 0.4453 30 60 10 0.1081 0.5265
  1. SITA Swedish interactive thresholding algorithms, GCIPL ganglion cell-inner plexiform layer, MS mean sensitivity, RNFL retinal nerve fiber layer
  2. *  statistically significant, < 0.05
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