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dc.contributor.advisorTello Hernández, Alejandro
dc.contributor.advisorOchoa Vera, Miguel Enrique
dc.contributor.authorCorrales Martínez, Maria Isabel
dc.coverage.spatialSantander, Colombiaspa
dc.date.accessioned2020-09-19T14:10:34Z
dc.date.available2020-09-19T14:10:34Z
dc.date.issued2019
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12749/7220
dc.description.abstractObjetivo: Evaluar los resultados de la biometría óptica utilizando IOLMaster 500, Lenstar LS 900 y Aladdin en ojos con catarata. Métodos: En 231 ojos de 152 pacientes con cataratas, se compararon retrospectivamente las medidas de 3 biómetros diferentes. Se realizaron comparaciones pareadas para la longitud axial (AL), la queratometría media (K media) y la profundidad de la cámara anterior (ACD). Resultados: En solo 197 de los 231 ojos (85,3%), fue posible obtener mediciones confiables de AL con los tres dispositivos. No fue posible determinar AL en 16 ojos (6,9%) con Lenstar LS 900; en 19 ojos (8,2%) con Aladdin; y en 20 ojos (8,6%) con IOLMaster 500 posiblemente relacionado con la severidad de la opacificación del cristalino (las córneas tenían buena transparencia en los ojos incluidos en el estudio). Hubo una diferencia estadísticamente significativa en AL entre IOLMaster 500 y los dos biómetros restantes (P = 0.03). Sin embargo, la cantidad de diferencia se consideró clínicamente no significativa (0,04 mm). La queratometría media (K media) se determinó en 203 ojos (87,9%) con los tres dispositivos. Las diferencias en la media de K estuvieron entre - 0,1 y 0,06 dioptrías (D), que no se consideraron ni estadísticamente (P> 0,05) ni clínicamente significativas. La profundidad de la cámara anterior (DCA) se determinó en 197 ojos (85,28%) con los tres biómetros. Las diferencias entre los tres dispositivos (0,03 a 0,13 mm) no fueron estadísticamente significativas y tampoco se consideraron clínicamente significativas. Conclusiones: No hubo diferencias clínicamente significativas entre estos 3 biómetros en AL, K medio y ACD.spa
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dc.subject.meshCatarataspa
dc.subject.meshProcedimientos quirúrgicos refractivosspa
dc.titleComparación de tres biómetros ópticos en pacientes con catarata en una institución de alta complejidadspa
dc.title.translatedComparison of three optical biometers in patients with cataract in a highly complex institutioneng
dc.degree.nameEspecialista en Oftalmologíaspa
dc.publisher.grantorUniversidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga UNABspa
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dc.publisher.facultyFacultad Ciencias de la Salud
dc.publisher.programEspecialización en Oftalmología
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dc.subject.keywordsMedical sciences
dc.subject.keywordsHealth sciences
dc.subject.keywordsOphthalmology
dc.subject.keywordsDiagnostic techniques
dc.subject.keywordsOphthalmological anterior chamber axial length
dc.subject.keywordsMethods
dc.subject.keywordsEye biometry
dc.subject.keywordsCorneal topography
dc.subject.keywordsCataract
dc.subject.keywordsRefractive surgical procedures
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dc.subject.lembCirugía de los ojosspa
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dc.description.abstractenglishPurpose: To evaluate the results of optical biometry using the IOLMaster 500, Lenstar LS 900 and Aladdin in eyes with cataract. Methods: In 231 eyes of 152 patients with cataract,the measurements of 3 different biometers were retrospectively compared. Paired comparisons were performed for axial length (AL), mean keratometry (mean K) and anterior chamber depth (ACD). Results: In only 197 of the 231 eyes (85.3%), it was possible to obtain reliable measurements of AL with all the three devices. It was not possible to determine AL in 16 eyes (6.9%) with Lenstar LS 900; in 19 eyes (8.2%) with Aladdin; and in 20 eyes (8.6%) with IOLMaster 500 possibly related to the severity of lens opacification (the corneas had good transparency in the eyes included in the study). There was a statistically significant difference in AL between IOLMaster 500 and the remaining two biometers (P = 0.03). However, the amount of difference was considered clinically not significant (0.04 mm). The mean keratometry (mean K) was determined in 203 eyes (87.9%) with all the three devices. Differences in mean K were between - 0.1 and 0.06 Diopters (D), which were considered neither statistically (P > 0.05) nor clinically significant. The anterior chamber depth (ACD) was determined in 197 eyes (85.28%) with all the three biometers. The differences between the three devices (0.03 to 0.13 mm) were not statistically significant and considered also clinically not significant. Conclusions: There were no clinically significant differences between these 3 biometers in AL, mean K and ACD.spa
dc.subject.proposalCiencias de la saludspa
dc.subject.proposalLongitud axial oftalmológica de la cámara anteriorspa
dc.subject.proposalBiometría ocularspa
dc.subject.proposalTopografía cornealspa
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