33 research outputs found

    Corneal Thickness Measured by RTVue Fourier Optical Coherence Tomography for 614 Chinese Children (Mean (SD)).

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    <p>The average corneal thickness (SD) for 614 Chinese Children in the left eye (Left) and the right eye (Right). S: Superior, ST: Superior Temporal, ST: Temporal, IT: Inferior Temporal, I: Inferior, IN: Inferior Nasal, N: Nasal, SN: Superior Nasal. SD: Standard Deviation.</p

    Corneal thickness in the entral (2-mm diameter), para-central (2 to 5-mm diameter), and peripheral (5 to 6-mm diameter) areas according to age interval in 614 normal Chinese children.

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    <p>Corneal thickness in the entral (2-mm diameter), para-central (2 to 5-mm diameter), and peripheral (5 to 6-mm diameter) areas according to age interval in 614 normal Chinese children.</p

    Corneal thickness in the central (2-mm diameter), para-central (2 to 5-mm diameter), and peripheral (5 to 6-mm diameter) areas, according to the quartile corneal curvature radius in normal Chinese children (n = 370).

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    <p>Corneal thickness in the central (2-mm diameter), para-central (2 to 5-mm diameter), and peripheral (5 to 6-mm diameter) areas, according to the quartile corneal curvature radius in normal Chinese children (n = 370).</p

    Corneal thickness in the central (2-mm diameter), para-central (2 to 5-mm diameter), and peripheral (5 to 6-mm diameter) areas, according to gender in 614 normal Chinese children.

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    <p>Corneal thickness in the central (2-mm diameter), para-central (2 to 5-mm diameter), and peripheral (5 to 6-mm diameter) areas, according to gender in 614 normal Chinese children.</p

    Scatter plot of the position of minimum corneal thickness in the left eyes of 614 normal Chinese children.

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    <p>Along the verticat axis, a negative number represents the distance inferior to the pupil center, while a positive number represents the distance superior to the pupil center (╬╝m). Along the horizontal axis, a negative number represents the distance temporal to the pupil center, while a positive number represents the distance nasal to the pupil center (╬╝m).</p

    Values and locations of the minimum corneal thickness in the area 5 mm from the pupil center in 614 normal Chinese children.

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    <p>Values and locations of the minimum corneal thickness in the area 5 mm from the pupil center in 614 normal Chinese children.</p

    Para-central (2 to 5 mm) and peripheral (5 to 6 mm) corneal thickness in 614 Chinese children.

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    <p>Full line with triangle: CT from the right eye in 2 to 5-mm diameter regions; full line with square: CT from the right eye in 5 to 6-mm diameter regions; dotted line with triangle: CT from the left eye in 2 to 5-mm diameter regions; dotted line with square: CT from the right eye in 5 to 6-mm diameter regions. S: Superior, ST: Superior Temporal, ST: Temporal, IT: Inferior Temporal, I: Inferior, IN: Inferior Nasal, N: Nasal, SN: Superior Nasal.</p

    Scatter plot indicating the position of minimum corneal thickness in the area 5 mm from the pupil center in the right eye of 614 normal Chinese children.

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    <p>Along the vertical axis, a negative number represents the distance inferior to the pupil center, while a positive number represents the distance superior to the pupil center (╬╝m). Along the horizontal axis, a negative number represents the distance temporal to the pupil center, while a positive number represents the distance nasal to the pupil center (╬╝m).</p

    Factors associated with corneal thickness in the central (2-mm diameter), para-central (2 to 5-mm diameter), and peripheral (5 to 6-mm diameter) cornea by multiple regression analyses (n = 370, data from right eyes).

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    <p>Factors associated with corneal thickness in the central (2-mm diameter), para-central (2 to 5-mm diameter), and peripheral (5 to 6-mm diameter) cornea by multiple regression analyses (n = 370, data from right eyes).</p
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