Abstract
ANTERIOR CHAMBER DEPTH IN NORMAL ADULT INDIAN POPULATION BY PENTACAM

Shubhrica* and Swati Tomar

ABSTRACT

The present study was conducted in 250 normal Indian subjects (500 eyes) of either sex to assess anterior chamber depth (ACD) to establish normal values in the adult Indian population without any eye disease for reference for future studies. The ACD was assessed by using pentacam. ACD was found to be 3.188 ±0.3551mm. There was no significant difference in ACD values of right and left eyes (p= 0.6256). The ACD values of normal adult Indian population were similar to those of other countries.

Keywords: Anterior chamber depth, Pentacam, Adult, Indian, Eyes.


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