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Short wave–automated perimetry (SWAP) versus optical coherence tomography in early detection of glaucoma [Corrigendum]

Authors Zaky AG, Yassin AT, El Sayid SH

Received 13 August 2018

Accepted for publication 13 August 2018

Published 13 November 2018 Volume 2018:12 Pages 2313—2314

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/OPTH.S183737


Zaky AG, Yassin AT, El Sayid SH. Clin Ophthalmol. 2016;10:1819–1824.
 

Page 1819, Abstract, Patients and methods, line 1, “In this randomized controlled, consecutive, prospective study” should read “In this non-randomized, controlled cross-sectional study”.
Page 1820, left column, Patients and methods, line 1, “This consecutive prospective study” should read “This non-randomized, cross-sectional study”.
Page 1820, left column, Patients and Methods, Exclusion criteria section, line 5, “pachymetry >480 μm or <540 μm” should read “pachymetry <480 μm or >540 μm”.
Page 1821, left column, Results section, line 13, “RNFL thickness measured by OCT was outside normal limits in at least 1 hour in 7 eyes” should read “RNFL thickness measured by OCT was outside normal limits in 1 hour in 7 eyes”.
Page 1821, right column, Results section, line 12, “RNFL thickness measured by OCT was outside normal limits in at least 1 hour in 9 eyes” should read “RNFL thickness measured by OCT was outside normal limits in 1 hour in 9 eyes”.
Page 1821, Table 1 is incorrect, the correct Table is shown in the pdf below and the HTML.
 
 
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