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Table 1 Clinical and demographic information

From: Autoimmune retinopathy: findings and limitations from optical coherence tomography angiography

Patient Age Gender Eye BCVA Systemic diseases Treatment Antibodies Additional AIR diagnostic criteria
Control 1 85 Female OD 20/25 None None Not done  
Control 2 64 Male OD 20/20 None None Not done  
Control 3 74 Male OD 20/25 None None Not done  
Control 4 69 Female OD 20/25 None None Not done  
Control 5 49 Female OD 20/20 None None Not done  
AIR 1 89 Female OS CF at 3’ None Azathioprine Not done Diffuse retinal atrophy, flat ffERG, normal vision prior to onset, rapid progression of visual field loss, subtle “flying saucer sign”
AIR 2 49 Female OS 20/20 Multiple sclerosis Mycophenolate azathioprine 22, 30, 42, 44, 62, 72, 136 kDa Diffuse peripheral retinal atrophy, rapid progression of visual field loss, photopsias, classic OCT “flying saucer sign”
AIR 3 76 Female OD 8′/200 Hashimoto’s thyroiditis Mycophenolate 30, 45, 46 kDa Decreased amplitudes on ffERG and mfERG, rapid progression of visual field loss, photopsias, subtle “flying saucer sign”
CAR 4 79 Female OD 20/40 PMR, Hypothyroid, Breast Cancer Observation 30, 46 kDa Flat ffERG, rapid progression of visual field loss
AIR 5 75 Female OS LP Hypothyroidism, RA Observation 30, 33, 60, 70 kDa Reduced → flat ffERG, photopsias, normal vision prior to onset, rapid progression of visual field loss until LP
  1. AIR Autoimmune Retinopathy, CAR Cancer Associated Retinopathy, BCVA Best Corrected Visual Acuity, CF Count Fingers, LP Light Perception, OD Right eye, OS Left eye, PMR Polymyalgia Rheumatica, RA Rheumatoid Arthritis, ffERG Full Field Electroretinogram, mfERG multifocal electroretinogram. Age corresponds to age of image acquisition