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Table 1 Demographic characteristics of the study population

From: Blue light versus green light fundus autofluorescence in normal subjects and in patients with retinochoroidopathy secondary to retinal and uveitic diseases

Diagnosis Number of eyes Mean age years (SD) Gender (F:M) Ethnicity Number of pair of images
Normal subjects with no known ocular disease
 Normal subjects 37 (17 subjects) 32 (± 7) 17 F:14 M 9C: 2AA 37
Retinochoroidopathy secondary to retinal diseases
 High myopia 13 29 (± 6.43) 11 M:2 F 9A: 4C 13
 Hydroxychloroquine retinal toxicity 2 38 (N/A) 2 F 2C 2
 Aged-related macular degeneration (drusen) 1 74 (NA) 1 M 1C 1
 Central serous chorioretinopathy 2 48 (± 8.66) 2 M 2A 2
 Cone-rod dystrophy 4 75 (± 0.57) 4 M 2C: 2A 4
 Diabetic retinopathy 2 68 (N/A) 2 M 2C 2
 Sickle cell retinopathy 1 48 (N/A) 1 F 1AA 1
 Lymphoma (intraocular) 1 74 (N/A) 1 M 1C 1
Uveitic retinochoroidopathies
 Panuveitis (idiopathic) 1 30 (N/A) 1 F 1C 1
 Vogt-Koyanagi Harada 2 25 (N/A) 2 M 2AA 2
 Acute zonal occult outer retinopathy 3 44 (± 21) 3 F 3C 3
 Punctate inner choroidopathy 10 31 (± 6.67) 8 F:2 M 10C 10
 Birdshot choroidoretinopathy 5 54 (± 4.54) 3 F:2 M 5C 5
 Multifocal choroiditis 16 40 (± 8.03) 16 F 12C: 2AA: 2A 16
 Sarcoidosis with posterior uveitis 2 83 (N/A) 2 F 2C 2
 Serpiginous choroiditis 2 38 (N/A) 2 M 2C 2
 Retinochoroiditis of unclear etiology 2 31 (N/A) 2 F 2AA 2
Total 69 (42 patients) 41 (± 16) 38 F:31 M 47C: 15A: 7AA 69
  1. Age: SD standard deviation and N/A not applicable; gender: F female and M male; ethnicity: C Caucasian, AA African-American, and A Asian