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Table 1 Literature review of case series on posterior scleritis

From: Choroidal involvement in non-infectious posterior scleritis

Authors (year of publication) Country Number of patients Age at presentation (years) M:F ratio
Agrawal et al. (2016) [13] a UK 11 Mean 57 (range 30–84) 1:4.5
Ando et al. (2020) [14] Japan 10 (13 eyes) Mean 50.1 (range 17–77) 1:1
Benson W. (1988) [15] US 43 Median 38 (range 8–75) 1:2.1
Benson et al. (1979) [16] US 7 Median 43 (range 30–55) (only F)
Biswas et al. (1998) [17] India 8 Median 35.5 (range 11–46) 1:1
Calthorpe et al. (1988) [18] UK 47 Mean 49 (range 12–87) 1:1.5
Cheung et al. (2012) [19] b Singapore 13 (20 eyes) Median 11.5 (range 5–16) 1:1.6
Dong et al. (2019) [20] c China 23 Mean 29.5 (range 19–57) 1:1.3
Gonzalez-Gonzalez et al. (2014) [21] Spain and US 31 Mean 43.6 (range 12–77) 1:5.2
Gonzalez-Lopez et al. (2016) [22] d UK and India 18 Median 48 (range 17–83) 1:3.5
Kumar et al. (2018) [23] India 18 Mean 41.2 (range 26–63) 1:1.2
Lavric et al. (2016) [24] UK and India 114 Mean 45.9 1:2.5
McCluskey et al. (1999) [25] UK 137 Mean 49.3 (range 11–84) 1:1.8
Rosenbaum et al. (1993) [26] US 6 Mean 50.3 (range 33–64) 1:0.2
Singh et al. (1986) [27] Germany and US 9 (12 eyes) Mean 40.2 (range 14–68) 1:0.2
Wald et al. (1992) [28] b US 4 Mean 11.8 (range 10–14) (only M)
  1. a Nodular posterior scleritis; b Only children included; c Posterior scleritis presenting with serous retinal detachment; d Bilateral posterior scleritis