Corpus ID: 111807881

New Criteria to Assess the Risk of Acute Angle Closure

@inproceedings{Pakravan2011NewCT,
  title={New Criteria to Assess the Risk of Acute Angle Closure},
  author={Mohammad Pakravan and F Sharifipoor and Shahin Yazdani and N Kohestani and N Amohashemi and Mehdi Yaseri},
  year={2011}
}
  • Mohammad Pakravan, F Sharifipoor, +3 authors Mehdi Yaseri
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • measures. Results: Age, CCT and LT were comparable among the study groups (all P values>0.05). Mean ACA was 24.8 °, 22.9 ° and 35.4 ° in groups I, II, and III respectively (P <0.001). Corresponding values for ACV were 72, 76 and 172 µl, respectively (P <0.001). Central ACD measured from the endothelium was 1.80, 1.91, and 3.09 mm in groups I, II, and III respectively (P <0.001). Using receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curves, ACV≤100 µl was associated with a high risk of AAC with… CONTINUE READING

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