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Fig. 2. Correlation between change in central macular thickness (CMT) and the vessel density (VD) difference between the superficial capillary plexus (SCP) and deep capillary plexus (DCP). Before combined injection, VD of the SCP and DCP were 38.10% ± 2.67% and 36.08% ± 3.45%, respectively. The average VD difference between the DCP and SCP was 1.99% ± 1.79%. (A) The greater the VD difference between the DCP and SCP on optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) before injection, the greater the decrease in CMT 1 month after injection (correlation coefficient = 0.50, p= 0.035). There was a correlation between change in visual acuity (VA) and VD difference between SCP and DCP (SCP–DCP). (B) The greater the VD difference between the DCP and SCP before injection, the greater the improvement in VA 1 month after injection (correlation coefficient = 0.56, p= 0.025).
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