In this episode, we hear from an expert panel as they delve into the critical topic of second eye risk of retinal detachment (RD) and discuss approaches to prophylaxis. With Alistair Laidlaw (UK), Patricia Udaondo (Spain) and David Steel (UK).
EURETINA Case Club: Series 3, Episode 1 – Hosted by Roxane Jo Hillier and Rajeev Muni (12 February 2024)
Welcome to Series 3 of Euretina Case Club! During this episode, Dr Roxane Jo Hillier and Dr Rajeev Muni will be guiding us through the area of Pneumatic Retinopexy.
They will watch cases presented by both experts and younger colleagues to draw out the key learning points.
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Following the approval of Aflibercept 8mg, clinicians in Europe now have 5 anti-VEGF treatments to choose from, not to mention biosimilars. How should we treat patients with so many options open to us? Sandrine Zweifel (Switzerland) and Stela Vujosevic (Italy) compare notes.
In this podcast episode, we will dig into the subject of radiation maculopathy, the most common complication following the irradiation of intraocular tumours, with a panel of ocular oncologists from across Europe: Hibba Quhill (UK), Iwona Rospond-Kubiak (Poland), Emine Kilic (Netherlands) and Raffaele Parrozzani (Italy).
In this episode we look at two very interesting papers published in the latest editions of Ophthalmologica – Martin Busch (Germany) presents his work on using microRNA as biomarkers for retinal disease and the panel discuss Christina Weisheit’s paper on Co2 emissions from the ophthalmic OR. Chaired by Patricia Udaondo (Spain), Matias Iglicki (Argentina) and Andreas Ebneter (Switzerland).
Fresh from his exciting win of the Lasker Award – often dubbed the American Nobel Prize – Professor David Huang (USA) – the inventor of Optical coherence tomography (OCT) – joins Professor Pearse Keane (UK) and Tunde Peto (Hungary/UK) to talk about how he and colleagues developed the technology and its impact on retinal medicine.
As applications open for the Euretina Retinal Medicine Clinical Research Award, we hear from previous winners Camiel Boon (Netherlands) and João Pedro Marques (Portugal) to see how the award has furthered their research.
In this podcast Euretina President, Mr Alistair Laidlaw and Euretina EVP Dara Conlon explore the highlights of this year’s congress which is on track to be the biggest and most exciting meeting yet!
In this episode, journalist Ramadan Younis and his executive producer Simon Cox tell us about their far-reaching BBC documentary. “Blind Faith” exposes the international practice of defrauding patients of Retinitis Pigmentosa with false hopes of treatment or cure with little or no evidence of efficacy. They are joined by Prof Robert McLaren of the University of Oxford, who consulted on the documentary and evaluated the scientific claims being made by bad actors in the programme.
In this episode, we’re going to dig into the subject of this year’s Ophtalmologica lecture which will be delivered on the Saturday afternoon at this year’s congress in Amsterdam. Professor Maximilan Pfau (Switzerland) is a clinician with a specialism in AMD and Inherited Retinal diseases in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University Eye Hospital, Basel. He’s joined by Editor in Chief of the Ophthalmologica Journal; Professor Martin Zinkernagel (Switzerland).
In this episode, we head to Asia to hear from colleagues in Japan, Singapore and South Korea about their experiences treating PCV and Pachychoroid in different populations. The podcast is chaired by Prof Taiji Sakamoto (Japan) and Prof Seung-Young Yu (South Korea) who are joined by Prof Gemmy Cheung (Singapore) and Prof Adrian Koh (Singapore).
In this podcast, we hear from Euretina Keynote Bertil Damato (UK/SWEDEN) about his upcoming talk on OncoVR at the 2023 Euretina Congress. He is joined by colleague Carl Groenewald (UK) and Heinrich Heimann (Chair – UK).