TICVTomato Infectious Chlorosis Virus
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Normality testing was performed to investigate whether TICV was normally distributed.
The 46-55-year-old group showed the smallest TICV (mean ([+ or -]SD) 3.5 [micro]L ([+ or -] 1.6) for TICV500 and 6.8 [micro]L ([+ or -]2.8) for TICV750), which was significantly different from 18-35 and 36-45 age groups (Table 2), but not significantly different from the 56-65 and 65-79 age groups (one-way ANOVA with post hoc Duncan multiple comparison).
In addition, to examine whether an interaction effect of age and SPE had any influence on TICV, a scatter plot of 88 eyes, where SPE data was evaluated, revealed that 5 eyes with high myopia (myopic refractive error > 12 diopters) skewed the estimates of slopes in the 36-45, 46-55, and 56-65 age groups (Figure 4(a)).
This is the first study reporting a novel quantitative parameter, trabecular-iris circumference volume (TICV), and it establishes initial normal, age-adjusted reference values for open angle eyes.
The strength of TICV lies in determining peripheral angle volume, which accounts for only 2-2.5% of the anterior chamber volume [10].
TICV appears to have a normal distribution, when considering all age groups as well as within each age group, except within the oldest group (>65 years).
Overall, the results showed that TICV increased as the degree of myopia increased for all groups, except in the 65-79 group.
Also, we did not initially consider the effect that spherical equivalent would have on TICV. To better assess this relationship, further investigation is required.