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Table 4 The factors related to RNFL and macular thickness in major depression patientsa

From: Factors related to retinal nerve fiber layer thickness in bipolar disorder patients and major depression patients

Right RNFL Constant Age onsetb /duration of illnessc CHO ALT
ßl S.E. F1 P1 ß2 S.E. F2 P2 ß3 S.E. F3 P3
Total thickness (μm) 86.34 −0.602 0.282 −2.185 0.059b         
Inferior thickness (μm) −25.28 −1.268 0.574 −2.211 0.058b 26.62 9.232 2.884 0.020     
Right macular (μm)
 Average thickness d 352.80 0.630 0.293 2.155 0.050b −13.204 5.203 −2.538 0.020     
 Inner superior 312.09          −1.094 0.499 − 2.191 0.042
 Ourter superior 277.77          −1.042 0.432 −2.410 0.027
 Outer inferior 270.70          −0.995 0.422 −2.357 0.030
Left RNFL
 Total thickness (μm)e −68.81 − 0.145 0.019 −7.532 0.002c 17.438 2.835 6.152 0.004     
 Inferior thickness (μm)f −170.57 −0.249 0.044 −5.655 0.002c 28.310 6.264 4.519 0.006     
 Disc area (mm2)g 8.805 −0.033 0.008 −4.322 0.023         
 Cup volume (mm3)h −0.874 −0.002   −8.904 < 0.001c      0.008 0.001 8.261 < 0.001
Left macular (μm)
 Inner superior 284.25 0.366 0.143 2.560 0.020b         
Inner inferior
 Inner nasal 279.40          0.440 0.193 2.278 0.036
 Inner temporal 261.01          0.396 0.168 2.354 0.031
 Ourter superior 222.29 −0.104 0.048 −2.166 0.047c         
  1. a linear regression with using smoker, age onset, sex, duration of illness, BMI, MAP, ALT, Glucose, Cholesterol, UA, FT3, as independent variables
  2. ALT alanine aminotransferase, AST glutamic oxalacetic transaminase, UA uric acid, CHO Cholesterol, S.E Standard error
  3. bAge onset
  4. cDuration of illness
  5. dUA as covariates significantly in the equation
  6. eSmoker, Sex, BMI,MAP, FT3,Glucose as covariates significantly in the equation
  7. fSex, BMI,BMP, FT3,Glucose as covariates significantly in the equation
  8. gSex, FT3,UA, Glucose as covariates significantly in the equation
  9. hSmoker, Sex,MAP, Glucose as covariates significantly in the eq
  10. iBMI as covariates significantly in the equation