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Sample size was calculated by WHO sample size calculator using mean ECD in control (normal) group 2570 and in patients with PXS was 2124 +- 346 cells/mm2, taking 95% confidence interval and 80% power the test.
Healthy subjects of both genders between age of 40 and 50 years that have no specific symptoms and patients with PXS between 40 and 50 years of age with best corrected visual acuity of 6/6 on snellen visual acuity chart were included in the study.
Normal population and patients with PXS were compared for ECD by independent sample t-test.
In this cross sectional study a total of 100 eyes were included consisting of 50 eyes of normal healthy controls and 50 eyes of patients of PXS. These groups were similar with respect to gender and age.
Table 6 shows differences in the prevalence of PXS according to particular diagnoses.
Our study investigated the prevalence of PXS and PXG in northwest Croatia and their association with POAG.
The GSG patients also showed a high prevalence of PXS. Such prevalence has previously been reported in the Reykjavik Eye Study (42).
Pseudoexfoliation syndrome was significantly more prevalent in older age groups and more than 80% of PXS patients were over 70 years of age.
To our knowledge, no study has evaluated Plasma HCY levels in patients with PXS in Pakistani population.
Healthy subjects of both genders between age of 40 and 50 years who had no specific symptoms and patients with PXS between 40 and 50 years of age with best corrected visual acuity of 6/6 on snellen visual acuity chart were included in the study.
All the participants including controls and PXS patients were subjected to ophthalmic clinical examination including corrected distance visual acuity and slit lamp examination by the single trainee researcher to exclude bias.
Normal population and patients with PXS were compared for age and plasma HCY levels by applying Independent Sample t-test.
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