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  • Thursday 07 September
    08:30-10:30

  • IC 1
  • Macular Edema: Guidelines & Treatment Algorithms wetlab prerequisite

    Paris Tranos GREECE


    • 08.30
    • R. Hamilton UK
      Pathophysiology of macular edema

    • 08.38

    • P. Patel UK
      Diabetic macular edema

    • 08.53

    • A. Tufail UK
      Macular edema in Retinal vein occlusion

    • 09.08

    • M. Westcott UK
      Macular edema and ocular inflammatory diseases

    • 09.18

    • A. Vakalis GREECE
      Postoperative macular edema

    • 09.26

    • M. Sagoo UK
      Macular edema and intraocular tumours

    • 09.34

    • P. Stavrakas GREECE
      Macular edema and inherited dystrophies

    • 09.42

    • J. van Meurs NETHERLANDS
      Macular edema and tractional disorders

    • 09.50

    • P. Tranos GREECE
      Clinic cases

    • 10.30

    • End of course

  • Thursday 07 September
    08:30-10:00

  • IC 2
  • Central Serous Chorioretinopathy: Diagnosis & Treatment wetlab prerequisite

    Camiel Boon NETHERLANDS


    • 08.30
    • J. Chhablani INDIA
      Diagnosis of CSC

    • 08.40

    • T. Theelen NETHERLANDS
      OCT and OCT-Angiography aspects of CSC

    • 08.50

    • C. J. Boon THE NETHERLANDS
      Differential diagnosis of CSC

    • 09.00

    • E.K. de Jong THE NETHERLANDS
      Genetics and pathophysiology of CSC

    • 09.10

    • S. Yzer THE NETHERLANDS
      Neovascularization and polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy in CSC

    • 09.20

    • S. Fauser GERMANY
      Micropulse laser treatment in CSC

    • 09.30

    • C.B. Hoyng THE NETHERLANDS
      Photodynamic therapy in CSC

    • 09.40

    • G. Querques ITALY
      Other treatments for CSC

    • 09.50

    • Discussion

    • 10.00

    • End of course

  • IC 3
  • Age Related Macular Degeneration: Beyond Anti-VEGF Therapy wetlab prerequisite

    Aude Ambresin SWITZERLAND Irmela Mantel SWITZERLAND Thomas Wolfensberger SWITZERLAND


    • 08.30
    • I. Mantel SWITZERLAND
      Refractory AMD and its differential diagnosis

    • 08.45

    • F. Behar-Cohen SWITZERLAND
      AntiVEGF: the other mechanisms of action

    • 09.00

    • S. Zweifel SWITZERLAND
      What is the evidence regarding cataract surgery in patients with AMD?

    • 09.15

    • J.A. Pournaras SWITZERLAND
      Management of large submacular haemorrhages in AMD: Inject or operate?

    • 09.30

    • T.J. Wolfensberger SWITZERLAND
      AMD and vitreomacular traction: Vitrectomy or Ocriplasmin

    • 09.45

    • A. Ambresin SWITZERLAND
      How to manage polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy in AMD

    • 10.00

    • End of course

  • Thursday 07 September
    11:00-12:30

  • IC 4
  • A Guidance to State-of-the-Art Imaging in AMD wetlab prerequisite

    Ursula Schmidt-Erfurth AUSTRIA


    • 11.00
    • C. Curcio USA
      Recognizing the pathomechanisms in AMD

    • 11.15

    • S. Waldstein AUSTRIA
      Identification of progression from early to advanced AMD

    • 11.30

    • G. Querques ITALY
      Different CNV types by OCT-A

    • 11.45

    • U. Schmidt-Erfurth AUSTRIA
      Key features guiding the treatment of neovascular AMD

    • 12.00

    • H. Scholl SWITZERLAND
      Differential diagnosis of AMD versus dystrophies

    • 12.15

    • T. Wong SINGAPORE
      A practical path to diagnose PCV

    • 12.30

    • End of course

  • IC 5
  • Fluorescein, ICG and OCT-angiography in Macular Diseases - Interpretation and Comparison with other Imaging Modalities wetlab prerequisite

    Daniel Pauleikhoff GERMANY Giovanni Staurenghi ITALY


    • 11.00
    • D. Pauleikhoff GERMANY
      Multimodal imaging in macular diseases – An introduction

    • 11.18

    • S. Wolf SWITZERLAND
      Role of angiographic imaging tools (FA, ICG and OCT-A) in macular diagnostics

    • 11.36

    • G. Staurenghi ITALY
      FA and OCT-A in retinal vascular diseases and AMD

    • 11.54

    • A. Tufail UK
      OCT-A and SD-OCT during anti-VEGF-therapy in exudative AMD

    • 12.12

    • F. Sallo UK
      Multmodal imaging in MacTel type 2

    • 12.30

    • End of course

  • Thursday 07 September
    11:00-13:00

  • IC 6
  • Forlini Trauma School wetlab prerequisite

    Matteo Forlini ITALY Athanasios Nikolakopoulos GREECE Vincent Reppucci USA


    • 11.00
    • F. Fayyad JORDAN
      Sever open globe injuries in children

    • 11.13

    • W. Schrader GERMANY
      Decisions in severe ocular trauma: When to reconstruct, give up reconstruction or refer

    • 11.26

    • K. Sabti KUWAIT
      The use of microendoscopy in severely traumatised eyes

    • 11.39

    • P. Sullivan UK
      Suture techniques for scleral injuries

    • 11.52

    • S. Natarajan INDIA
      VR surgery for pellet ocular trauma – A great challenge

    • 12.05

    • M. Forlini ITALY
      Intraocular hunting birdshot bullets

    • 12.18

    • M. Nagpal INDIA
      Interesting Cases of IOFBs

    • 12.31

    • A. Nikolakopoulos GREECE
      TBC

    • 12.44

    • M. Khalife LEBANON
      Traumatic submacular haemorrhage removal: Update and new technique

    • 12.57

    • Discussion

    • 13.00

    • End of course

  • Thursday 07 September
    11:00-12:30

  • IC 7
  • Macular Traction and Macular Hole in High Myopic Eyes: Diagnosis & Treatment Options wetlab prerequisite

    Grazia Pertile ITALY


    • 11.00
    • G. Pertile ITALY
      Introduction

    • 11.05

    • A. Polito ITALY
      Physiopathology of macular traction in high myopic eyes

    • 11.15

    • M. Sartore ITALY
      Inverted ILM flap and transplanted ILM for myopic macular hole: Surgical techniques

    • 11.25

    • A. Alfano ITALY
      Myopic macular hole: Functional outcome using different techniques

    • 11.35

    • M. Mete ITALY
      The dynamic healing process after surgery for myopic macular hole

    • 11.45

    • C. Mateo ITALY
      Macular hole retinal detachment: 'Why do I need a macular buckle?'

    • 11.55

    • G. Pertile ITALY
      Tips and tricks of surgery in high myopic eyes

    • 12.05

    • Discussion

    • 12.30

    • End of course

  • Thursday 07 September
    14:00-16:00

  • IC 10
  • Surgical Controversies in Vitrectomy for Retinal Detachment wetlab prerequisite

    Paulo Stanga UK Panos Stavrakas GREECE


    • 14.00
    • P. Stavrakas GREECE
      Vitrectomy for RD without heavy liquid and Cryopexy vs laser retinopexy: A logical approach

    • 14.07

    • R. Tadayoni FRANCE
      Intra-operative OCT: Is it a 'must have?'

    • 14.14

    • T. Hassan USA
      ILM peeling during retinal detachment surgery: Is it necessary?

    • 14.21

    • T. Hassan USA
      Posturing vs no posturing following vitrectomy for retinal detachment: Does it make any difference?

    • 14.28

    • T. Wolfensberger SWITZERLAND
      Leaving subretinal fluid at the end of surgery: Any harm?


    Cryo-Buckle Technique



    • 14.35
    • P. Stanga UK
      Extraocular approach

    • 14.42

    • F. Patelli ITALY
      Intraocular approach


    Combining a buckle: when and why



    • 14.49
    • C. Matteo SPAIN
      For

    • 14.56
    • P. Stavrakas GREECE
      Against


    Retinal detachment complicated by PVR: Retinectomy or 360 encirclement?



    • 15.03
    • P. Stavrakas GREECE
      Pro retinectomy

    • 15.10
    • C. Matteo SPAIN
      Pro 360 encirclement

    • 15.17
    • G. Pertile ITALY
      Short acting vs long acting gases: In which cases and why


    Do we really need silicone oil?



    • 15.24
    • G. Pertile ITALY
      For

    • 15.31
    • P. Tranos GREECE
      Against

    • 15.38
    • S. Gotzaridis GREECE
      Should we switch to 27 G vitrectomy for retinal detachment?

    • 15.45
    • P. Tranos GREECE
      Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment secondary to other pathologic conditions: Anything different?

    • 15.52
    • Case presentations: Why 'this way' and not 'the other'

    • 16.00

    • End of course

  • IC 11
  • How OCT Influences our Clinical Decision in Daily Practice wetlab prerequisite

    Aude Ambresin SWITZERLAND Florence Coscas FRANCE


    • 14.00
    • H. Scholl SWITZERLAND
      OCT in retinal dystrophies

    • 14.15

    • F. Coscas FRANCE
      Venous retinal occlusion in OCT-Angiography: Qualitative and quantitative assessment

    • 14.30

    • L. Zografos SWITZERLAND
      OCT in adult and paediatric oncology

    • 14.45

    • F. Behar-Cohen SWITZERLAND
      OCT in vascular pathologies

    • 15.00

    • A. Ambresin SWITZERLAND
      OCT in age related macular degeneration

    • 15.10

    • J.A. Pournaras SWITZERLAND
      OCT and vitreomacular interface

    • 15.20

    • Discussion

    • 15.30

    • End of Session

  • Thursday 07 September
    14:30-16:00

  • IC 8
  • Polypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy: Diagnosis & Treatment wetlab prerequisite

    Adrian Koh SINGAPORE Rufino Silva PORTUGAL


    • 14.30
    • R. Silva PORTUGAL
      Introduction

    • 14.45

    • A. Carneiro PORTUGAL
      PCV characterization: An overview

    • 15.00

    • G. Staurenghi ITALY
      The diagnosis: Multimodal imaging of PCV: Colour images, Autofluorescence, Infrared reflectance, OCT, OCT-Angio, FA, ICGA

    • 15.15

    • M. Falco PORTUGAL
      The differential diagnosis: CSC, nAMD; tumors, others

    • 15.30

    • A. Koh SINGAPORE
      The treatment: anti-VEGF monotherapy, combined treatments, how and when to treat and re-treat

    • 15.45

    • R. Silva PORTUGAL & panel
      PCV management: Clinical cases

    • 16.00

    • End of session

  • IC 9
  • ABC in Effective Ophthalmic Publishing wetlab prerequisite

    Andrzej Grzybowski POLAND


    • 14.30
    • E. Stefansson ICELAND
      Essentials of a good article

    • 14.45

    • F. Bandello ITALY
      How to prepare a good review article

    • 15.00

    • J. Cunha-Vaz PORTUGAL
      How to prepare a good original article

    • 15.10

    • A. Joussen GERMANY
      What means revision and how should the revision be prepared?

    • 15.25

    • A.Grzybowski POLAND
      The challenge of preparing letters to the editor/correspondence

    • 15.30

    • A. Grzybowski POLAND
      Ethical aspects of publishing

    • 15.45

    • Discussion

    • 16.00

    • End of course

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