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Table 2 The comparison of multimodal imaging findings between the chronic central serous chorioretinopathy patients who were good and poor responders to photodynamic therapy

From: The comparison of multimodal imaging findings of central serous chorioretinopathy patients in regard to the early anatomically treatment response to half-fluence photodynamic therapy: a retrospective case–control study

  Good responders n, 76 Poor responders n, 25 p value
OCT
 Pigment epithelial detachment 76% (58 eyes) 72% (18 eyes) 0.6*
 Brush border appearance 82% (63 eyes) 84% (21 eyes) 0.8*
 Intraretinal cycts 82% (63 eyes) 76% (19 eyes) 0.4*
 Hyperreflective dots 98% (75 eyes) 100% (25 eyes) 0.5*
FA
 Descending track formation 22% (17 eyes) 32% (8 eyes) 0.3*
 FA Leakage pattern (focal/multifocal/diffuse) 18/19/39 3/4/18 0.07*
ICGA
 Midphase hypercyanescence 85% (65 eyes) 48% (12 eyes) <0.0001*
 Dilated choroidal vessels 97% (74 eyes) 96% (24 eyes) 0.7*
 Late wash out in ICGA 42% (32 eyes) 52% (13 eyes) 0.4*
 Late hot plaque 11% (9 eyes) 4% (1 eye) 0.2*
  1. The significant results were highlighted in italic numbers
  2. OCT optical coherence tomography, FA fluorescein angiography, ICGA indocyanine green angiography
  3. * Chi square test