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  • Saturday 10 September
    08:00-09:30

  • IC 22
  • Fluorescein, ICG and OCT-angiography in macular diseases – interpretation and comparison with other imaging modalities

    D. Pauleikhoff GERMANY G. Staurenghi ITALY

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 08.00

    • S. Wolf SWITZERLAND
      Imaging tools for angiography – pros and cons

    • 08.18
    • D. Pauleikhoff GERMANY
      The role of fluorescein, ICG and OCT-angiography in macular diseases - A statement towards multimodal imaging

    • 08.36

    • G. Staurenghi ITALY
      OCT-angiography – a new diagnostic tool
    •  
    • 08.54

    • F. Sallo UK
      Correlation of Angiography, autofluorescence, en-face OCT analysis - An example: Multmodal imaging in MacTel type 2
    •  
    • 09.12

    • A. Tufail UK
      Angiographic assessment vs. OCT during anti-VEGF-therapy
    • 09.30

    • End of Course

  • IC 23
  • Surgical controversies in vitrectomy for retinal detachment

    P. Stanga UK P. Stavrakas GREECE

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 08.00
    • P. Stanga UK
      1.Vitreous shave: when is necessary and when to stop.
      2. Vitrectomy for retinal detachment without heavy liquid: how to do it.

    • 08.15
    • P. Stavrakas GREECE
      1.Use of heavy liquids in vitrectomy for retinal detachment: advantages and disadvantages.
      2. Cryopexy vs laser retinopexy: a logical approach.

    • 08.30

    • A.Laidlaw UK
      1.Leaving sub retinal fluid at the end of surgery: any harm?
      2. Posturing vs no posturing following vitrectomy for retinal detachment: does it make any
      difference?

    • 08.45

    • L. Wickham UK
      1.Combining a buckle: when and why.
      2. Retinal detachment complicated by PVR: retinectomy or 360 encirclement?

    • 09.00

    • Y. Le Mer FRANCE
      1.Short acting vs long acting gases: in which cases and why
      2. Do we really need silicone oil?

    • 09.15

    • Discussion

    • 09.30

    • End of course


  • Saturday 10 September
    08:00-10:00

  • IC 24
  • Clinical Visual Electrophysiology

    G. Holder UK

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 08.00
    • G. Holder UK
      An instruction to the tests

    • 08.25

    • B. Leroy BELGIUM
      Electrophysiology and inherited disease

    • 08.50

    • D. Thompson UK
      Paediatric electrophysiology

    • 09.15

    • G. Holder UK
      Electrophysiology in acquired and inflammatory disease

    • 09.40

    • Discussion

    • 10.00

    • End of Course


  • Saturday 10 September
    11:00-12:30

  • IC 25
  • Small Pigmented Tumours: Diagnosis and Management

    L. Zografos Switzerland L. Desjardins France

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 11.00
    • L. Zografos Switzerland
      Diagnostic approaches. Imaging

    • 11.13

    • J. Pe’er Israel
      Functional loss related to benign pigmented tumours. Etiology and management

    • 11.26

    • T. Kivela Finland
      Small uveal melanomas. Incidence, survival and risk factors

    • 11.39

    • L. Desjardins France
      Small choroidal melanomas. Conservative management

    • 11.52

    • N. Bechrakis Austria
      Small pigmented tumors of the iridociliary complex. Diagnosis and management

    • 12.05

    • N. Cassoux France
      Small pigmented tumours of the optic disc. Diagnosis and management

    • 12.18

    • Discussion

    • 12.30

    • End of course

  • IC 26
  • Managing Diabetic Macular Edema: Pearls and Pitfalls

    A. Joussen GERMANY E. Midena ITALY

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 11.00
    • A. Joussen GERMANY

      The pathogenesis of DME: the paradigm for a new treatment approach

    • 11.10

    • T. Peto UK

      The screening of DME around: present and future perspectives

    • 11.20

    • E. Pilotto ITALY

      Multimodal retinal imaging in DME: is it essential?

    • 11.30

    • N. Lois UK

      Is there any role for laser in DME?

    • 11.40

    • E. Midena ITALY

      DME treatment: from RCT studies to daily practice

    • 11.50

    • S. Sivaprasad UK

      Intriguing DME cases

    • 12.00

    • Discussion

    • 12.30

    • End of Course

  • Saturday 10 September
    11:00-13:00

  • IC 27
  • Forlini Trauma School

    M. Forlini ITALY T. Nikolakopulous GREECE V. Reppucci USA

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)
    Faculty:
    F. Fayyad JORDAN
    W. Schrader
    K. SabtiKUWAIT
    P. SullivanUK
    F. KuhnUSA
    C. MateoSPAIN
    S. NatarajanINDIA
    M. ForliniITALY
    M. MuraTHE NETHERLANDS
    M. NagpalINDIA
    T. NikolakopoulosGREECE
  • Saturday 10 September
    14:00-16:00

  • IC 30
  • Current Management of ROP and PAediatric Vitreo-Retinal Diseases

    G. Caputo FRANCE A. Kychenthal CHILE

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 14.00
    • M. Trese USA
      Latest developments in paediatric retina

    • 14.15

    • C. Wong UK
      Paediatric Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment

    • 14.30

    • W. Chi TAIWAN
      Paediatric Vitreo-retinal haemorrhages

    • 14.45

    • A. Ells CANADA
      ROP Screening

    • 15.00

    • A. Kychenthal CHILE
      Management of Progressive ROP

    • 15.15

    • G. Caputo FRANCE
      Coats- PFV - FEVR - Schisis

    • 15.30

    • M. Blair USA
      Type 1 ROPT, current management

    • 15.45

    • Discussion

    • 16.00

    • End of Course

  • Saturday 10 September
    14:30-16:30

  • IC 28
  • Surgical Approach to the Vitreoretinal Interface

    P. Brazitikos GREECE

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 14.30
    • S. Androudi GREECE
      Multimodal fundus imaging and swept source OCT of the vitreoretinal interface

    • 14.48
    • A. Gaudric FRANCE
      Advances in macular hole treatment

    • 15.06
    • P. Brazitikos GREECE
      Dilemmas in partial thickness macular hole diagnosis and treatment

    • 15.24
    • S. Rizzo ITALY
      Evolution in macular epiretinal membrane surgery

    • 15.42
    • F. Devin FRANCE
      Internal and external surgical procedures in the management of myopic traction maculopathy

    • 16.00
    • C. Pournaras SWITZERLAND
      Surgery for diabetic macular edema. Pros and cons

    • 16.18
    • Discussion

    • 16.30
    • End of course

  • Saturday 10 September
    14:30-16:00

  • IC 29
  • OCT Angio: How to understand what we see

    J.F Korobelnik FRANCE

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 14.30
    • G. Staurenghi ITALY
      Overview on OCTA

    • 14.45

    • J. Cunha- Vaz PORTUGAL
      OCTA in Diabetic Retinopathy

    • 15.00

    • N. Eter GERMANY
      OCTA in AMD

    • 15.15

    • M.B Roughier FRANCE
      OCT A and optic disc

    • 15.30

    • J.F Korobelnik FRANCE
      OCTA and myopic CNV

    • 15.45

    • Discussion

    • 16.00

    • End of Course

  • Saturday 10 September
    16:30-18:30

  • IC 31
  • What is new in OCT imaging? Angio-OCT and more tools

    U. Schmidt- Erfurth AUSTRIA

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 16.30
    • J. Fujimoto USA
      OCT and retinal blood flow using Swept Source OCT

    • 16.45

    • A. Pollreisz AUSTRIA
      Visualizing AMD pathophysiology in Angio-OCT

    • 17.00

    • W. Mieler USA
      Classification of CNV by Angio-OCT

    • 17.15

    • S. Waldstein AUSTRIA
      Biomarkers and machine learning in neovascular AMD

    • 17.30

    • A. Gaudric FRANCE
      OCT Angiography in diabetic macular edema

    • 17.45

    • T. Ach GERMANY
      Imaging of drusen and geographic atrophy in modern times

    • 18.00

    • End of Course

  • IC 32
  • Ocular Oncology & Uveal Melanoma

    Antonia Joussen GERMANY David Pelayes ARGENTINA Stefan Seregard SWEDEN

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 16.30
    • R. Verdijk THE NETHERLANDS
      Pathology & Gentics

    • 16.38

    • M. Angi ITALY
      FNAB and Biopsy

    • 16.46

    • H. Heimann UK
      Differential diagnosis of pseudomelanomas

    • 16.54

    • I. Sibel GERMANY
      Imaging

    • 17.02

    • S. Seregard SWEDEN
      Brachytherapy

    • 17.10

    • A. Joussen GERMANY
      Proton Beam Radiotherapy of uveal melanomas

    • 17.18

    • M. Rehak GERMANY
      Iris Melanomas

    • 17.26

    • N.Bechrakis AUSTRIA
      Endoresection

    • 17.34

    • T. Kivela FINLAND
      Metastatic Uveal Melanoma

    • 17.42

    • Discussion

    • 18.00

    • End of Course

  • IC 33
  • Autologous Retinal Pigment Epithelium - Choroidal Transplantation in AMD: toward the RPE-Transplantation Era

    A. Polito Italy

    Abstract    Schedule

  • Cost: €25 (plus VAT)

    • 16.30
    • A. Polito Italy Introduction

    • 16.35

    • A. Polito Italy
      Is there an indication for surgery in exudative AMD?

    • 16.46

    • J. van Meurs The Netherlands
      Potential sources of RPE cells for transplantation and development of human RPE transplantation techniques: the rationale for using a full thickness choroidal graft

    • 16.57

    • G.Pertile Italy
      “My” surgical technique

    • 17.08

    • S. van Romunde The Netherlands
      Anatomic and functional outcome

    • 17.19

    • A. Peroglio Deiro ITALY
      Graft survival, perfusion and CNV recurrence

    • 17.30

    • G. Pertile Italy
      Future trends in RPE transplantation: lessons learned from AMD’s surgery

    • 17.41

    • Discussion

    • 18.00

    • End of Course


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