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Table 2 Associations between choroidal thickness and choroidal vascularity index and clinical parameters in patients with thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy

From: Choroidal vascularity index in thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy: a cross-sectional study

  Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
Parameter β 95% CI P β 95% CI P
SFCT
 Age −0.017 −5.58 – 5.03 0.917   
 Gender −0.018 −60.17 – 53.77 0.910   
 Diplopia (yes vs. no) 0.071 −38.45 – 59.60 0.665   
 CAS 0.281 −1.389 – 24.55 0.079 0.266 −1.99 – 23.89 0.095
 Exophthalmometry −0.011 −8.69 – 8.11 0.944   
 Inami −0.167 −8.46 – 2.69 0.302   
 TCA −0.183 0.00–0.00 0.258   
 LA −0.211 0.00–0.00 0.191 −0.190 0.00–0.00 0.229
 SA −0.108 0.00–0.00 0.506   
CVI
 Age 0.060 −0.19 – 0.28 0.713   
 Gender 0.023 −2.37 – 2.72 0.889   
 Diplopia (yes vs. no) 0.016 −2.09 – 2.30 0.924   
 CAS −0.231 −1.01 – 0.16 0.152 0.016 −0.13 – 0.19 0.699
 Exophthalmometry −0.095 −0.48 – 0.26 0.559   
 Inami 0.206 −0.09 – 0.41 0.202   
 TCA 0.402 0.00–0.00 0.010 −6.307 0.00–0.00 < 0.001
 LA 0.513 0.00–0.00 0.001 6.757 0.00–0.00 < 0.001
 SA 0.123 0.00–0.00 0.450   
 SFCT −0.322 −0.02 – 0.00 0.043 −0.057 −0.006 – 0.001 0.189
  1. SFCT = subfoveal choroidal thickness; CAS = clinical activity score; TCA = total choroidal area; LA = lumen area; SA = stromal area; CVI = choroidal vascularity index; CI = confidence interval, significant P values are in bold