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23rd ESCRS Winter Meeting

In conjunction with the 33rd HSIOIRS International Congress

15 – 17 February 2019

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CO NTENTS

ESCRS Board & Committees

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Welcome from the President 

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HSIOIRS Board & Welcome

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Programme Overview

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Surgical Skills Training Courses

6

Scientific Programme – Friday

7

Scientific Programme – Saturday 

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Scientific Programme – Sunday 

24

ePoster Presentations 

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General Information 

34

EuroTimes Satellite Education Programme 

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Congress Centre Map

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Exhibition Map & List of Exhibitors

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Sponsors40

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ESCRS BOARD & & COmm ITTEES President

Béatrice Cochener-Lamard FRANCE

President Elect

Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Secretary

Oliver Findl AUSTRIA

Treasurer

Thomas Kohnen GERMANY

Trustees

John Bateson UK Emanuel Rosen UK Paul Rosen UK Ulf Stenevi SWEDEN

Board Members

Michael Amon AUSTRIA Gerd Auffarth GERMANY Massimo Busin ITALY Dan Epstein SWITZERLAND José Güell SPAIN Jesper Hjortdal DENMARK Vikentia Katsanevaki GREECE Boris Malyugin RUSSIA Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND David Spalton UK Pavel Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

Co-opted Board Members Thierry Amzallag FRANCE Anders Behndig SWEDEN Izzet Can TURKEY Christina Grupcheva BULGARIA Guy Kleinmann ISRAEL Filomena Ribeiro PORTUGAL Sathish Srinivasan UK

Finance Committee

Thomas Kohnen GERMANY (CHAIRPERSON) John Bateson UK Béatrice Cochener-Lamard FRANCE Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Emanuel Rosen UK Paul Rosen UK Ulf Stenevi SWEDEN

General Purposes Committee Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Béatrice Cochener-Lamard FRANCE José Güell SPAIN Thomas Kohnen GERMANY Boris Malyugin RUSSIA Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

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Education Committee

David Spalton UK (CHAIRPERSON) Michael Amon AUSTRIA Thierry Amzallag FRANCE Roberto Bellucci ITALY Izzet Can TURKEY Béatrice Cochener-Lamard FRANCE Alja Crnej SLOVENIA Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Christina Grupcheva BULGARIA Thomas Kohnen GERMANY Brian Little UK Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Richard Packard UK Vladimir Pfeifer SLOVENIA Paul Rosen UK Pavel Stodulka CZECH RUPUBLIC Marie-Jose Tassignon BELGIUM

Programme Committee

Béatrice Cochener-Lamard FRANCE (CHAIRPERSON) Sava Barisic SERBIA Massimo Busin ITALY Alex Day UK Dan Epstein SWITZERLAND Oliver Findl AUSTRIA José Güell SPAIN Vikentia Katsanevaki GREECE Thomas Kohnen GERMANY Boris Malyugin RUSSIA Simonetta Morselli ITALY Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Nic Reus THE NETHERLANDS Filomena Ribeiro PORTUGAL David Spalton UK Kaarina Vannas FINLAND

Publications Committee

Thomas Kohnen GERMANY (CHAIRPERSON) José Güell SPAIN Boris Malyugin RUSSIA Wolfgang Mayer GERMANY Merce Morral SPAIN Emanuel Rosen UK Paul Rosen UK Sathish Srinivasan UK

Research Committee

Jesper Hjortdal DENMARK (CHAIRPERSON) Gerd Auffarth GERMANY Anders Behndig SWEDEN Béatrice Cochener-Lamard FRANCE Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Damien Gatinel FRANCE Nino Hirnschall AUSTRIA Guy Kleinmann ISRAEL Thomas Kohnen GERMANY François Malecaze FRANCE Joaquim Murta PORTUGAL Mario Nubile ITALY Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Thomas Olsen DENMARK Ioannis Pallikaris GREECE

Charity Committee

Béatrice Cochener-Lamard FRANCE (CHAIRPERSON) José Güell SPAIN Thomas Kohnen GERMANY Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Ioannis Pallikaris GREECE

Cornea Committee

Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (CHAIRPERSON) Roberto Bellucci ITALY Massimo Busin ITALY Béatrice Cochener-Lamard FRANCE Gunther Grabner AUSTRIA José Güell SPAIN Georgios Kymionis GREECE Jerome Vryghem BELGIUM

Ethics Committee

Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Roberto Bellucci ITALY Béatrice Cochener-Lamard FRANCE Paul McGinn IRELAND David Spalton UK

Practice Management & Development Committee Paul Rosen UK (CHAIRPERSON) Keith Barton UK Arthur Cummings IRELAND Sheraz Daya UK Daniel Kook GERMANY Guy Sallet BELGIUM Pavel Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

Young Ophthalmologists Committee Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Basak Bostanci Ceran TURKEY Betty Lorente Bulnes SPAIN Stefan Palkovits AUSTRIA Angela Panico ITALY Catarina Pedrosa PORTUGAL Vincent Qin BELGIUM Filomena Ribeiro PORTUGAL Martina Sajdikova CZECH REPUBLIC Mehdi Shajari GERMANY Nienke Visser THE NETHERLANDS Sylwia Wagner POLAND Imran Yusuf UK

ESONT Committee

Liz Tomlin UK (CHAIRPERSON) Margarita Acebal SPAIN Susanne Albrecht SWEDEN Nikos Astyrakakis GREECE Miriam Cargnoni ITALY Stefan Palkovits AUSTRIA Nic Reus THE NETHERLANDS


WELCOm E FROm TH E PRESI D ENT

ESCRS Temple House Temple Road, Blackrock Co. Dublin Ireland Tel: +353 1 209 1100 Fax: +353 1 209 1112 Email: escrs@escrs.org Web: www.escrs.org

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the ESCRS Board it is my great pleasure to welcome you back to Athens for the 23rd ESCRS Winter Meeting. We are delighted to be returning here after very successful meetings in 1999, 2007 and 2016, and to be joined once again by our colleagues from the Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Surgery. The scientific programme continues to include an extended didactic programme, with courses in Basic Optics, Cataract, Refractive Surgery and Cornea, and a Young Ophthalmologists Programme. The programme also includes four main symposia, free paper sessions, moderated poster sessions, eposters, a range of surgical skills training courses and a didactic programme for nurses and technicians. The Annual Cornea Day on Friday has been organised once again in conjunction with EuCornea and we would like to thank them for their continued participation in the Meeting. For the first time, instructional courses will be available at the Winter Meeting. The courses will take place on Friday and include ‘Intraocular lenses in the absence of capsular support’, ‘Complex cataract surgery’ and ‘Spectacle independence after cataract surgery’. The HSIOIRS has made a significant contribution to the scientific programme and I would like to thank Professor Konstantina Koufala, HSIOIRS President, and everyone involved for all their time and support. With so much on offer, it will be impossible to attend every session. However, if you log on to the Education Portal on the ESCRS website, you can access the sessions and didactic courses on ESCRS On Demand and ESCRS iLearn, as well as discover a wide range of video content and other materials. I hope you find the Meeting beneficial and rewarding, and that you enjoy your time in Athens.

Yours sincerely,

Beatrice Cochener-Lamard President, ESCRS

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HSI O IRS BOARD mEmB ERS

President

Vice President

General Secretary

Treasurer

Konstantina Koufala

Pantelis A. Papadopoulos

Dimitrios Kyroudis

Elisavet Patsoura

Members

Vasileios Karampatakis

Dimitrios Mikropoulos

Konstantinos Moschou

Miltiadis Balidis

Petros Smachliou

LETTER FROm TH E HSI O IRS PRESI D ENT

Dear Colleagues, It is my sincere pleasure to welcome the ESCRS to Athens once again. The Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Surgery is delighted to have the opportunity to hold its 33rd annual meeting in conjunction with the ESCRS Winter Meeting, offering delegates a rich and varied three day programme. The Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant and Refractive Surgery has contributed to the programme in various ways, including organising the ‘Near Live Surgery’ session on Saturday afternoon and a symposium on ‘Advanced technology: better results?’ on Sunday morning. The 2019 HSIOIRS Kelman Lecture will be given by David Spalton during the Welcome Ceremony on Friday afternoon. The title of the lecture is ‘Life behind the lens’. In conjunction with the Egyptian Ophthalmological Society a symposium has been organised on Friday afternoon titled ‘Keratoconus: diagnosis and management’. We are very pleased to have this opportunity for our two organisations to collaborate at an international meeting. We would like to thank our Egyptian colleagues for their contribution to this session. I welcome you all to our historic city and hope you have the opportunity to experience some of the sights and attractions during your visit. Yours sincerely,

Konstantina Koufala HSIOIRS President

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PRO GRAmmE OVERVI EW

FRI DAY 08.00

Hall Trianti

Hall Skalkotas

09.00 10.00

P.10

11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00

19.00

P.8

Free Paper Session

Young Ophthalmologists Programme

P.12

Refractive

Welcome Ceremony P.16

Symposium

P.12

P.13

Free Paper Session

P.14

Poster Area (Level -1)

Course: Intraocular Lenses in the Absence of Capsular Support

Course: Complex Cataract Surgery

Basic Optics Course

Organised in conjunction with EuCornea

Cataract Surgery Didactic Course Part 1

Banquet Hall P.7

Cornea & Miscellaneous

16.00

18.00

Room MC2

P.9

Cornea Day

15.00

17.00

Room MC3

P.15

P.15

Moderated P.14 Poster Session

Course: Spectacle Independence After Cataract Surgery

Refractive Surgery Didactic Course Part 1

P.16

New Advances in Glaucoma

Symposium P.17

Organised by the HSIOIRS/EOS

20.00

Keratoconus: Diagnosis & Management

SATURDAY 08.00

Hall Trianti

P.19

09.00 10.00

13.00

Room MC3

Room MC2

P.18

Free Paper Session Cataract

Symposium P.22

Trends in Refractive Surgery

16.00 17.00 18.00

08.00

Poster Area (Level -1)

P.21

Cataract Surgery Didactic Course Part 2

Refractive Surgery Didactic Course Part 2 Cornea Didactic Course

14.00 15.00

Banquet Hall

P.20

P.20

11.00 12.00

Hall Skalkotas

P.22

ESONT Didactic Day Moderated P.23 Poster Session

Near Live Surgery

Organised by the HSIOIRS

Symposium P.23

When the Unexpected Happens

Hall Trianti

SUN DAY

09.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00

Symposium P.24

Pearls for the Young Cataract Surgeon

Symposium P.24 Organised by the HSIOIRS

Advanced Technology: Better Results?

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SURGICAL SKI LLS TRAI NI NG COURS ES

Location: Level -1, Congress Centre

Cost per course: €100 or €150* (plus VAT) All courses are €100 (plus VAT) for trainees



Course No.

Time

Course

Friday 15 February Room 1

1

08.30 – 10.15 2 10.30 – 11.30 3 12.00 – 14.00 4 15.00 – 17.00

Basic Suturing Techniques

Room 2

08.30 – 10.30 11.00 – 13.00 13.30 – 15.30 16.15 – 18.15 18.30 – 20.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

08.00 – 09.45 11 10.00 – 11.45 12 12.00 – 14.00 13 14.15 – 15.45 14 16.00 – 18.00

Basic Suturing Techniques

Room 2

Basic Phacoemulsification

5

6 7 8 9

Iris Fixation Phakic IOL Lens Explantation* Basic Phacoemulsification

Basic Phacoemulsification Posterior Capsulorhexis ‘Bag in the Lens’* Intraocular & Transscleral Suturing* DMEK*

Saturday 16 February Room 1

10

Basic Suturing Techniques Intraocular & Transscleral Suturing* PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK* Intraocular & Transscleral Suturing*

15

08.00 – 10.00 16 10.15 – 11.45 17 12.15 – 13.45 18 14.00 – 16.00 19 16.15 – 18.15

Phaco: Management of Complications* Phaco: Management of Complications* Basic Phacoemulsification Basic Phacoemulsification

Sunday 17 February Room 1

08.00 – 09.30

LASIK*

21 09.45 – 11.15

20

LASIK*

23 11.30 – 13.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

Room 2

Iris Reconstruction

22

08.00 – 10.00

24 10.30 – 12.30

Faculty 

Course No.

Basic Phacoemulsification



Course No.



Course No.

S. Barisic SERBIA3

V. Katsanevaki GREECE21

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA12

R. Bellucci ITALY20

T. Kohnen GERMANY9

M. Piovella ITALY17

C. Billotte FRANCE7

M. Kynigopoulos GREECE

6

A. Prinz AUSTRIA10

E. Chatzispasou GREECE24

M.N. Lygeros GREECE16

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS14

A. Crnej SLOVENIA3

S. Morselli ITALY18

T. Sarenac SLOVENIA4

I. Dekaris CROATIA5

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND11

S. Srinivasan UK22

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND13

S. Ní Dhubhghaill IRELAND7

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM7

O. Findl AUSTRIA8

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS2

A. Toso ITALY18

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND1

R. Packard UK19

I. Vastardis GREECE6

V. Karampatakis GREECE

A. Panico ITALY19

N. Vidovic Valentincic SLOVENIA15

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16, 24


FRI DAY

08.30 – 16.00

15 FEBRUARY

EBO Accredited (see page 34)

BASIC OPTICS COURS E Room MC2 Chairpersons: I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

Part 1 Visual Behaviour (Visual Function)

Part 2 Visual Optics

Moderators:

Moderators:

R. Applegate USA I. Pallikaris GREECE

I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

08.30 R. Applegate USA Retinal image quality

10.35

F. Van de Velde BELGIUM Light propagation in the eye

Discussion

Discussion

08.50 I. Pallikaris GREECE Presbyoptics

10.55

Discussion

Discussion

09.10

T. Van den Berg THE NETHERLANDS Straylight: importance of different domains of the point–spread function

11.20

S. Marcos SPAIN Aberrations of the optical system

A. Glasser USA Optics of the crystalline lens and accommodative response

Discussion

Discussion

09.30

11.40

S. Plainis GREECE State-of-the-art assessment of visual acuity and contrast sensitivity

Discussion 09.55

P. Artal SPAIN Visual function assessment using adaptive optics

Discussion 10.15

H. Ginis GREECE Modelling visual function

Discussion

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM IOL optics

Discussion 12.00

J. Rozema BELGIUM Epidemiology of the optical parameters of the eye

Discussion 12.20

W. Haigis GERMANY IOL power calculation

Discussion 12.45 Break

Part 3 Imaging the Human Eye Moderators: 14.15

B. Malyugin RUSSIA A. Pallikaris GREECE

A. Pallikaris GREECE Confocal microscopy, from research to clinical practice

Discussion 14.35

C. Roberts USA Measuring the biomechanics of the cornea

Discussion 14.55

B. Malyugin RUSSIA OCT imaging, from research to clinical practice

Discussion 15.15

S. Panagopoulou GREECE Corneal topography challenges

15.40 Discussion 16.00

End of session

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FRI DAY

15 FEBRUARY

08.30 – 10.00 FREE PAPER S ESSI O N Refractive Room MC3 Chairperson:

T. Kohnen GERMANY

Co-Chairpersons: D. Mikropoulos GREECE P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC 08.30 Z. Liu, E. Pazo, H. Huang, C. Zheng, L. Xu, W. He CHINA The effectiveness of Kaleidos photo screening in detecting amblyopia risk factors in Chinese patients aged 4 -14 years 08.36

M. Mimouni, A. Nemet, I. Vainer, T. Sela, I. Kaiserman ISRAEL Factors associated with changes in posterior corneal surface following photorefractive keratectomy

08.42 G. Kontadakis, N. Voulgari, M. Grentzelos, G. Kymionis USA Treatment of myopia and astigmatism in eyes with suspicious topography with PRK followed by accelerated CXL: PRK-Xtra 08.48 F. Tzani, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Topography adjustment of treated cylinder vs using the standard clinical refraction (SCR) in myopic topoguided LASIK 08.54 A. Kanellopoulos, F. Xhani GREECE 10 year outcomes of CXL combined with partial topo-guided excimer (TGL) Athens protocol (AP) for keratoconus (KC) 09.00 A. Doga, S. Borzenok, I. Mushkova, A. Karimova, E. Kechin, A. Frolov RUSSIA Comparison of 1 MHz and 5 MHz femtosecond laser platforms for LASIK flap creation: experimental study 09.06 Discussion 09.10

B. Spiru, S. Kling, F. Hafezi, W. Sekundo GERMANY Biomechanical properties of human cornea tested by two-dimensional extensiometry ex vivo in fellow eyes: femtosecond laser-assisted LASIK vs SMILE

09.16

V. Schmelter GERMANY Determinants of long-term subjective quality of vision after small incision lenticule extraction

09.22

A. Lazaridis, H. Sideroudi, G. Labiris, W. Sekundo, V. Kozobolis, A. Messerschmidt-Roth GREECE Fourier analysis of keratometric data for quantitative evaluation of corneal irregular astigmatism after SMILE and comparison to FS-LASIK

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09.28

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Correction of hyperopia with hyperopic astigmatism by ReLEx SMILE: a case report

09.34 Discussion 09.38

E. Pazo, Z. Liu, H. Huang, C. Zheng, L. Xu, W. He CHINA The impact of angle kappa upon the quality of vision in high myopic patients with implantable collamer lens (ICL) implantation

09.44 H. Huang, E. Pazo, Z. Liu, C. Zheng, L. Xu, W. He CHINA The relation between implantable collamer lens (ICL), postoperative pupil size and lens vault 09.50 T. Kohnen, M. Herzog, K. Petermann, E. Hemkeppler, R. Forster, M. Böhm GERMANY Correcting presbyopia with a bifocal intracorneal implant: six month results 09.56 Discussion 10.00

End of session


FRI DAY

15 FEBRUARY

09.00 – 12.30 YOUNG OP HTH ALmO LO GISTS PRO GRAmm E ) Learning from the Learners: Interactive Session on Cataract Surgery for Trainees Hall Skalkotas Chairpersons: O. Findl AUSTRIA S. Morselli ITALY Panellists:

R. Packard UK N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS

09.00 R. Packard UK The most common tips I give to my trainees Discussion 09.15

Learning From the Learners: One of My First Operations

Video authors: P. Koumoutsos GREECE, D. Liakopoulos GREECE, S. Rodriguez-Calderón SPAIN, L. Sanjuán Riera SPAIN, N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS

Video cases submitted by young ophthalmologists

Discussion 10.30 Break Panellists: 10.45

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA P. Rosen UK

P. Rosen UK Things I tell my residents: phaco tricks to improve your surgery

Discussion 11.00

Learning From the Learners: Tackling More Risky Cases

Video cases submitted by young ophthalmologists

Video authors: A. Gale HUNGARY, M. Khan CANADA, P. Koumoutsos GREECE, B. Lorente Bulnes SPAIN, B. Styliani GREECE, A. Youssef TUNISIA

Discussion 12.15

Roundtable: summary

12.30

End of session

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Send your questions to the chairpersons via the ‘ESCRS Athens 2019’ app

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FRI DAY

15 FEBRUARY

09.30 – 16.30 ESCRS/EUCORN EA CORN EA DAY Hall Trianti Chairpersons: J. Güell SPAIN (EUCORNEA) R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (ESCRS)

09.30 – 11.00

11.00 – 12.00

Section 1: Ocular Surface Disease: What Worked and What Did Not (EuCornea)

Section 2: Management of Corneal Complications after Refractive Surgery (ESCRS)

Moderators:

J. Hjortdal DENMARK M. Labetoulle FRANCE

Moderators:

Keynote 09.30

M. Labetoulle FRANCE Preventing HSV recurrence in corneal surgery patients: the way it could work and the reasons it would not be 100% successful

Case Presentations 09.50 A. Al-Hussaini EGYPT Squamous cell carcinoma of the cornea and conjunctiva treated by surgical excision and a combination of MMC and 5FU eye drops: a case report 09.57

N. Dhillon UK Episcleral suture granuloma mimicking nodular anterior scleritis: a clinicopathological report

10.04

E. Torres-Netto SWITZERLAND Late-onset progression of keratoconus following therapy with estrogenic regulator

10.11

M. Pellegrini ITALY Regenerating agent plus serum eye drops for the treatment of persistent epithelial defect: an automated quantitative study of corneal wound healing

10.18

C. Bonzano ITALY A challenging case of neurotrophic corneal ulcer after retinal surgery

10.25

D. Lockington UK Successful management of florid corneal vascularization following treatment with photodynamic therapy (PDT) and subconjunctival aflibercept

10.32

Y. Mohamed JAPAN Acute sterile corneal melt after cataract surgery

10.39

A. Matsou GREECE Recurrent bilateral cicatricial conjunctivitis secondary to systemic adalimumab administration for rheumatoid arthritis

10.46 Discussion 11.00

10

End of session

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE R. Moussa EGYPT

Keynote 11.00

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Refractive surgery complications

Case Presentations 11.20

A. Balamoun EGYPT Be cool, don’t be aggressive

11.27

I. Vasilyeva RUSSIA Clinical case of ReLEx SMILE intraoperative complication and its treatment

11.34

T. Juhas SLOVAKIA Intrastromal riboflavin application CXL treatment of bilateral post ReLEx SMILE ectasia: 15 months follow-up

11.41

E. Tasindi TURKEY Topography-guided photo refractive keratectomy for dysphotopsia after small incision lenticule extraction

11.48 Discussion 12.00

End of session


FRI DAY

15 FEBRUARY

13.30 – 15.00

15.00 – 16.30

Section 3: Tips and Pitfalls in Corneal Graft Surgery: DALK, DMEK, DSEK, PK (EuCornea)

Section 4: Infectious Keratitis (ESCRS)

Moderators:

R. Bellucci ITALY B. Frueh SWITZERLAND

Keynote 13.30

A. Slomovic CANADA Avoiding graft surgery in advanced primary and secondary ectasia

Case Presentations 13.50

13.57

14.04

I. Mallias GREECE Can a cornea remain clear with two simultaneous DSAEK corneal grafts one on top of the other? N. Shilova RUSSIA Simultaneous Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty and intraocular lens fixation in the presence of an Ahmed shunt G. Kontadakis USA Treatment of corneal edema and IOL dislocation with simultaneous placement of a retropupillary iris claw lens and DSEK

Moderators:

J. Güell SPAIN R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Keynote 15.00

D. Maychuk RUSSIA Specifics of infectious keratitis incidence and management in Russia

Case Presentations 15.20

Y. Altay TURKEY Treatment of microsporidia keratoconjunctivitis with topical voriconazole in immunocompetent patients

15.27

L. Khoo UK A rare case of mixed infectious keratitis caused fungal and gram negative bacterial infection

15.34

P. Agarwal UAE Infectious or non-infectious: a complex case scenario

15.41

C. McCloskey IRELAND A pulsing descemetocele

15.48

I. Mallias GREECE Therapeutic penetrating keratoplasty for the treatment of microbial keratitis due to staphylococcus MRSA in a monocular patient

14.11

D. Dragnea GERMANY Postoperative re-positioning of inverted DMEK grafts

14.18

E. Gkaragkani GREECE Plugging of functioning Ahmed valve prior to DSAEK for pseudophakic bullous keratopathy

15.55

K. Belkhadir MOR0CCO Favourable evolution of amoebic keratitis treated with voriconazole

14.25

N. Voulgari SWITZERLAND Surgical management of post-Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty interface haze deposits

16.02

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Management of concomitant fungal keratitis with new antifungal therapy

14.32

N. Anisimova RUSSIA Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis in ocular alkali burn

16.09

14.39

N. Fawzy EGYPT Sutureless anterior lamellar keratoplasty in an anterior dense stromal opacity

F. D'Oria ITALY Multi-drug resistant enterococcus faecium in late-onset keratitis after deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: a case report

16.16

V. Achtsidis GREECE Severe Pseudomonas keratitis secondary to steroid drops in an old patient with CRVO, PXF and neovascular glaucoma; diagnosis, management and risk factors

14.46

J. Dabad Moreno SPAIN Zepto capsulotomy in an open-sky cataract extraction during penetrating keratoplasty

14.53

Discussion

16.23 Discussion

15.00

End of session

16.30

End of session

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FRI DAY

15 FEBRUARY

09.00 – 10.30

10.30 – 12.30

I NSTRUC T I O NAL COURS E

FREE PAPER S ESSI O N

Intraocular Lenses in the Absence of Capsular Support

Cornea & Miscellaneous

Banquet Hall Organisers:

Chairperson: S. Georgaras GREECE V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA

09.00 Introduction 09.03

O. Findl AUSTRIA Ab-interno and ab-externo suture fixated IOLs

09.18

S. Gotzaridis GREECE Special design scleral fixated IOLs

09.33

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA Flanged intrascleral IOL fixation using double needle technique

09.48 A. Charonis GREECE Iris fixated IOLs 10.03

S. Georgaras GREECE The use of iris stitches for the stabilization of posterior chamber in intraocular lens

10.18 Discussion 10.30

Room MC3

End of course

B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE

Co-Chairpersons: G. Kymionis GREECE M. Tsatsos GREECE 10.30

E. Torres-Netto, S. Kling, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND Individualized corneal cross-linking in ultra-thin corneas: one year treatment outcomes

10.36

C. Oliveira-Ferreira, S. Perestrelo, S. Estrela-Silva, A. Benevides-Melo, J. Tavares-Ferreira, F. Falcao-Reis, J. Barbosa-Breda PORTUGAL Endothelial cell damage: anterior chamber vs ciliary sulcus Ahmed glaucoma valve tube placement

10.42

A. Aspasia, A. Rasoglou, M. Balidis, S. Koronis, E. Siskou GREECE Collagen cross-linking in early keratoconus with riboflavin in a femtosecond laser-created pocket: initial findings and eight years monitoring

10.48

A. Eslampoor, S. Zarei Ghanavati, M. Namdari IRAN Evaluation of ocular higher-order aberrations in first degree relatives of patients with keratoconus

10.54

V. Liarakos, N. Kappos, K. Giannopoulou, G. Karastatiras GREECE Corneal irregularity improvement after topography customized photorefractive keratectomy followed by corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus

11.00

F. Esen, S. Genç, V. Aykut, R. Karadag, G. Deniz, H. Oguz, E. Cetin TURKEY Corneal infiltrating natural killer cell phenotypes in corneal rejection

11.06 Discussion 11.12

A. Lazaridis, E. Giallouros, B. Spiru, W. Sekundo, F. Schroeder, K. Droutsas GERMANY Five year follow-up of corneal thickness spatial profile, corneal volume distribution and total corneal refractive power changes after uneventful DMEK

11.18

N. Shilova, N. Anisimova, B. Malyugin RUSSIA Clinical and functional results following femtosecond laser-assisted DSEK vs microkeratome-assisted DSAEK surgeries: a comparative study

11.24

M. Pellegrini, G. Giannaccare, L. Taroni, F. Bernabei, E. Campos ITALY Altered corneal biomechanical properties in patients with chronic ocular graft vs host disease

11.30

P. Isik, I. Harbiyeli, N. Görkemli, E. Erdem, M. Yagmur, R. Ersöz TURKEY Comparison of tear meniscus values measured by optical coherence tomography between soft and rigid contact lens wearers

11.36 Discussion

12


FRI DAY

15 FEBRUARY

11.00 – 12.30 I NSTRUC T I O NAL COURS E Complex Cataract Surgery Banquet Hall Organisers:

11.48

E. Yassa, C. Ünlü, T. Kurt TURKEY Repeatability of iridocorneal angle measurements of Scheimpflug placido analyser in unoperated and post-refractive surgery eyes

11.54

R. Kowalski USA Optisol supplemented with 0.255 µg/ml amphotericin B does not eliminate yeast at 5˚C

12.00

G. Kahraman, C. Bernhart, B. Wetzel AUSTRIA Ex vivo performance of bacterially derived OVDs compared to animal-derived OVDs

12.06

O. Abd AlRahman, A.E. Rodriguez, J. Alió del Barrio, J. Alió EGYPT Extreme ocular hypotension treated with platelet rich plasma (E-PRP)

12.12

L. Khoo, S. Srinivasan UK Management of cyclodialysis cleft caused by glaucoma gel stent implantation procedure

12.18

V. Kozobolis, H. Sideroudi, A. Konstantinidis GREECE Comparison of intraocular pressure decrease, corneal biomechanical changes and endothelial cell density after trabeculectomy and EX-PRESS valve implant

M. Balidis GREECE B. Malyugin RUSSIA

11.00

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Introduction

11.01

R. Packard UK Brown/very hard/white cataracts/weak zonules

11.16

P. Papadopoulos GREECE Posterior polar cataracts

11.24

P. Papadopoulos GREECE Iris reconstruction techniques

11.34

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Small pupils

11.49

R. Packard UK Capsular rupture, vitrectomy techniques

12.01

P. Tranos GREECE Cataract post-vitrectomy and/or post-intravitreal injections

12.13

M. Balidis GREECE IOL options in deficient capsular support/IOL exchange

12.30

End of course

12.24 Discussion 12.30

End of session

13


FRI DAY

15 FEBRUARY

14.00 – 15.00

14.30 – 17.00

mOD ERATED POSTER S ESSI O N

CATARACT SURGERY D I DACTIC COURS E

Cataract Poster Area, Level -1 Moderators: 14.00

14.08

14.16

S. Morselli ITALY A. Toso ITALY

N. Ventura Abreu, J. Martinez-de-la-Casa, J. Curbelo, L. Morales-Fernandez, S. Garcia-Caride, J. Garcia-Feijoo SPAIN Kahook Dual Blade: comparison of safety and efficacy of combined cataract plus ab-interno trabeculectomy vs cataract alone I. Tzamichas, A. Papazacharia, C. Keskini, E. Karasavvidou, C. Kampos, D. Balatsoukas GREECE Scleral fixation of dislocated 1-piece IOL without IOL explantation or intrascleral sutureless 3-piece IOL fixation: making the right surgical decision P. Gartaganis, S. Gartaganis, P. Natsi, S. Alimisi, P. Koutsoukos GREECE Understanding delimited calcification of hydrophilic intraocular lenses associated with intraocular air or gas

14.24

V. Diakonis, R. Weinstock GREECE Heads up cataract surgery: complication rates, surgical duration and comparison with traditional microscopes

14.32

H. Arzoallxhiu, N. Polloshka-Arzoallxhiu, H. Gashi, I. Jurik KOSOVO Postoperative ptosis following cataract surgery

14.40

C. Oliveira-Ferreira, S. Perestrelo, J. Tavares-Ferreira, P. Freitas-Costa, J. Macedo, F. Falcão-Reis PORTUGAL Surgically-induced astigmatism in cataract surgery: resident trainees vs staff surgeons

EBO Accredited (see page 34)

Part 1 Hall Skalkotas Chairpersons: R. Packard UK P. Rosen UK

In the Beginning: Learning to Learn…. 14.30 At the start: surgical simulation 14.45 A. Prinz AUSTRIA What do I want from my trainer

Efficient Cataract Surgery

15.00

P. Rosen UK - Preoperative assessment - Patient flow - Organising the operating room - Setting up the microscope

Biometry: Precision in IOL Calculations

15.15

D. Sculfor UK - Principles - Technology - Formulae and pattern recognition calculators - Hill-RBF calculator - The importance of the ocular surface - Post refractive surgery calculations

Incisions: Creating the Perfect Wound

15.40

14.48 Discussion

O. Muftuoglu TURKEY - Temporal vs superior - Corneal vs scleral - LRI and AKs for astigmatism - Knife technology

15.00

Viscoelastics: Creating Space - Protecting Tissue

15.55

V. Katsanevaki GREECE

End of session

The Capsule

16.10

A. Crnej SLOVENIA, V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA - Anatomical considerations - Use of needle and forceps - Staining - Tear out recovery - Newer methods of creating a capsulotomy: Zepto and CapsuLaser - Posterior capsulorhexis - Management of PCO including YAG laser surgery

New Age Phaco Dynamics

16.30

R. Packard UK - Physics - Pump mechanisms - Tip technology - Power and delivery

17.00

End of session

14


FRI DAY

14.45 – 16.50

EBO Accredited (see page 34)

RE FRACTI VE SURGERY D I DACTIC COURS E

15 FEBRUARY

15.00 – 16.30 I NSTRUC T I O NAL COURS E

Room MC3

Spectacle Independence After Cataract Surgery

Part 1: Diagnostic Techniques

Banquet Hall

Moderators:

Organisers:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND C. Roberts USA

B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE P. Papadopoulos GREECE

14.45

D. Siganos GREECE Patient selection

15.00

B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE Patient selection, information and evaluation

15.00

F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Corneal topography

15.15

D. Mikropoulos GREECE Multifocal and EDOF IOLs

15.20

G. Kymionis GREECE Lasers in refractive surgery

15.30

P. Papadopoulos GREECE Astigmatism management: from A to Z

15.40

C. Roberts USA Biomechanics of the cornea

15.45

F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Monovision and enhancement procedures

16.00

M. Morral SPAIN IOL calculation strategies

16.00

16.15

R. Applegate USA Quality of vision evaluation

M. Balidis GREECE Management of the unhappy patient: IOL replacements

16.35

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA Case reports

16.50

End of session

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

16.15 Discussion 16.30

End of course

Voting via the ‘ESCRS Athens 2019’ app

15


FRI DAY

15 FEBRUARY

16.30 – 17.00

17.00 – 18.30

WELCOmE CEREmO NY

SYmPOSI Um

Hall Trianti

New Advances in Glaucoma

16.30

Welcome from the ESCRS President B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE

16.35

Welcome from the HSIOIRS President K. Koufala GREECE

16.38

HSIOIRS Scholarship ‘Spyros Georgaras’ & HSIOIRS Sponsorship D. Kyroudis (GENERAL SECRETARY, HSIOIRS) E. Patsoura (TREASURER, HSIOIRS)

16.42

Presentation of HSIOIRS Kelman Award M. Balidis (PRESIDENT ELECT, HSIOIRS)

16.45

17.00

Hall Trianti Chairpersons: V. Karampatakis GREECE S. Morselli ITALY 17.00

C. Schweitzer FRANCE New drugs and delivery modes

17.10

M. Teus SPAIN When and why MIGS?

17.20 Discussion 17.30

HSIOIRS Kelman Lecture D. Spalton UK Life behind the lens

A. Prinz AUSTRIA Tubes and valves

17.40

A. Fea ITALY Non-penetrating surgical procedures

End of ceremony

17.50 Discussion 18.00

F. Topouzis GREECE When and why trabeculectomy?

18.10

A.G. Konstas GREECE Non-invasive glaucoma procedures

18.20 Discussion 18.30

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End of session


FRI DAY

15 FEBRUARY

18.30 – 20.00 HSI O IRS-EOS SYmPOSI Um Organised by the Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant & Refractive Surgery and the Egyptian Ophthalmological Society

Keratoconus: Diagnosis and Management Hall Trianti Moderators:

C. Siganos GREECE I. El Adawy EGYPT

18.30

M. Ismail EGYPT Femto-keratoplasty for keratoconus

18.42

M. Balidis GREECE Current and future strategies for cross-linking in keratoconus

18.54

A. Ghoneim EGYPT SMILE and keratoconus

19.06

T. Mokbel EGYPT Two stage procedure in management of selected cases of keratoconus

19.18

K. Moschou GREECE Intracorneal ring segments for the correction of keratoconus

19.30

K. Koufala GREECE Management of astigmatism after cross-linking with toric ICL

19.42 Discussion 20.00

End of session

17


SATURDAY

16 FEBRUARY

08.00 – 16.35

EBO Accredited (see page 34)

CORN EA D I DACTIC COURS E Room MC3

Clinical Cornea

Surgical Cornea

Moderators:

Moderators:

B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE G. Kymionis GREECE

M. Balidis GREECE R. Bellucci ITALY

08.00 J. Güell SPAIN Introduction

11.45

D. Touboul FRANCE Corneal cross-linking

08.05

12.05

R. Bellucci ITALY Anterior lamellar keratoplasty procedures

08.20 M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM Pathological responses of the cornea

12.25

M. Balidis GREECE Penetrating keratoplasty

08.30 J. Merayo-Lloves SPAIN Laboratory testing for ocular surface diseases

12.45 Break

G. Kymionis GREECE Basic science: anatomy, physiology and biomechanics

08.50 B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE Corneal imaging evaluation techniques 09.10

M. Morral SPAIN Non-infectious keratitis

Moderators:

J. Hjortdal DENMARK S. Moussa AUSTRIA

14.15

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Management of postkeratopathy astigmatism

14.35

M. Papathanassiou GREECE DSEK

14.55

B. Bachmann GERMANY DMEK

09.45 B. Frueh SWITZERLAND Infectious keratitis

15.15

J. Güell SPAIN Amniotic membrane

10.05

H. Møller DENMARK Corneal dystrophies

15.35

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Conjunctival surgery

10.25

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Ectasia disorders and degenerations

15.55

S. Moussa AUSTRIA Limbal transplantation and keratoprosthesis

10.45

T. Fuchsluger GERMANY Dry-eye and ocular surface disease

16.15

Surgical case report

11.05

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM Immunological disorders of the cornea

11.25

Clinical case report

09.30 Break Moderators:

H. Møller DENMARK D. Touboul FRANCE

11.35 Discussion

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

18

Voting via the ‘ESCRS Athens 2019’ app

16.25 Discussion 16.35

End of session


SATURDAY

08.00 – 12.30

16 FEBRUARY

EBO Accredited (see page 34)

CATARACT SURGERY D I DACTIC COURS E Part 2 Hall Skalkotas Chairpersons: R. Packard UK P. Rosen UK

Next Steps…. Managing the Nucleus 08.00 R. Packard UK - Techniques for all types of nucleus

Complex Cases: Advanced Phaco Techniques

08.40 B. Malyugin RUSSIA, R. Packard UK, P. Artal SPAIN, V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA, I. Dekaris CROATIA - Small pupils and IFIS - Subluxated crystalline lenses - Intraoperative zonular crisis - IOLs for cataract patients with AMD - Intraocular lenses with no capsule - Cataract surgery combined with DSEK/DMEK - Cataract surgery after DSEK/PKP

Presbyopia Correction with Intraocular Lenses 11.00

Intraoperative Correction of Astigmatism: Toric Intraocular Lenses 11.15

10.00 Break

What is the Role of Femtosecond Lasers and Cataract Surgery? 10.20

Z. Nagy HUNGARY - How does it work? - What will it do? - Results - Femto phaco for complex cases

Intraocular Lens Design 10.40 D. Spalton UK - Optic design - Haptic design - Asphericity - Materials - Biocompatibility - New designs

F. Kretz GERMANY - Monovision - Bifocal - Multifocal - EDOF

S. Ní Dhubhghaill IRELAND - Indications - Preoperative assessment - Use of intraoperative imaging devices - Postoperative fine tuning

Solutions for Post Cataract Surgery Refractive Error 11.30

M. Amon AUSTRIA - IOL exchange - Supplementary IOLs

11.45

P. Rosen UK - Corneal laser correction

Complications Pre and Post-Operatively 12.00

R. Packard UK - Posterior capsular rupture, vitreous loss and the dropped nucleus - Negative dysphotopsia

12.30

End of session

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SATURDAY

16 FEBRUARY

08.00 – 12.40

EBO Accredited (see page 34)

RE FRACTI VE SURGERY D I DACTIC COURS E Room MC2

Part 2: Therapeutic Techniques: Intraocular Surgery Moderators:

J. Güell SPAIN A. Marinho PORTUGAL

08.00 A. Marinho PORTUGAL Phakic IOLs 08.20 P. Rosen UK Refractive lens exchange 08.35

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Toric IOLs

08.55

O. Findl AUSTRIA Multifocal and EDOF IOLs

09.15

J. Güell SPAIN Refractive reoperations and enhancements

09.35 Break

Part 3: Therapeutic Techniques: Corneal Surgery Moderators:

B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE G. Grabner AUSTRIA

09.45 J. Hjortdal DENMARK Surface ablation techniques 10.05

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND Cross-linking and refractive surgery

10.25

V. Katsanevaki GREECE Topo- and wavefront-guided ablations

10.40

V. Katsanevaki GREECE LASIK complications

10.55

T. Kohnen GERMANY Incisional corneal procedures

11.10

R. Bellucci ITALY LASIK: surgical technique

11.30

B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE Small lenticule extraction

11.50

G. Kontadakis GREECE Laser refractive surgery for presbyopia

12.05

D. Touboul FRANCE Intracorneal ring segments

12.20

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Intrastromal inlays (biological and synthetic)

12.40

End of session

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08.30 – 11.00 FREE PAPER S ESSI O N Cataract Hall Trianti Chairperson:

M. Teus SPAIN

Co-Chairpersons: N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA E. Patsoura GREECE 08.30 E. Mrukwa-Kominek, A. Piotrowska-Gwozdz, W. Lubon, M. Sarnat-Kucharczyk, E. Magnucka POLAND Presbyopia correction with innovative trifocal IOL implantation: initial results 08.36

J. Ma, S. El-Defrawy, J. Lloyd, A. Rai CANADA Prediction accuracy of intraoperative aberrometry compared to preoperative biometry formulas for intraocular lens power selection

08.42 B. Chen, X. Li, B. Chen, H. Li CHINA Evaluation of biometers using optical coherence tomography compared to partial-coherence interferometry and optical low coherence interferometry 08.48 N. Hirnschall, S. Amir-Asgari, J. Hienert, H. Matz, M. Trost, O. Findl AUSTRIA Novel concept of postoperative intraocular lens position prediction using preoperative and intraoperative measurements 08.54 N. Anisimova, N. Shilova, A. Belodedova, B. Malyugin RUSSIA Wieger’s ligament insufficiency: risk factor for intraoperative complications during phacoemulsification 09.00 Z. Rupnik, S. Masket, N. Fram, S. Naids, P. Vámosi HUNGARY Peripheral visual field evaluation and neuroadaptive changes in negative dysphotopsia 09.06 Discussion 09.18

E. Spyratou, J. Antonakos, K. Platoni, C. Bacharis, M. Makropoulou, E. Efstathopoulos GREECE The effect of ionizing radiation on the UV blue light protection filter of intraocular lenses

09.24

N. Stanojcic, D. O'Brart, N. Maycock, C. Hull UK Effects of intraocular lens glistenings on visual function: a prospective study and presentation of a new glistenings grading methodology

09.30

A. Alarcon, B. Koopman, C. Canovas, J. Domingo, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Optical and predicted visual performance of the next generation TECNIS monofocal intraocular lens

09.36

B. Kusa, M. Piovella ITALY Pinhole intraocular lens to correct presbyopia and astigmatism: 3 year follow-up


SATURDAY

16 FEBRUARY

09.00 – 17.00 ESO NT D I DACTIC DAY 09.42 M. Teus, J. Gros-Otero, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, C. Villa-Collar, S. Ketabi, R. Cañones-Zafra, A. Katsanos SPAIN Atomic force microscopy analysis of the surface roughness of six different hydrophobic IOLs 09.48 M. Ruiss, M. Kronschläger, T. Stimpfl, N. Hirnschall, C. Leisser, O. Findl AUSTRIA Assessing the pharmacokinetics of caffeine in the lens epithelium after peroral intake 09.54 D. Lockington, Z. Wang, N. Qi, B. Malyugin, C. Wang, H. Tang, K. Ramaesh, X. Luo UK A mathematical and computer simulation model of floppy iris syndrome and the impact of pupil size and ring devices on iris displacement 10.00

B. Aznabaev, T. Dibaev, T. Mukhamadeev, A. Aleksandrov, G. Idrisova RUSSIA Evaluation of retinal microvasculature changes in macular zone after ultrasonic phacoemulsification

10.06 Discussion 10.12

K. Bacharis, E. Drakaki, G. Kareliotis, E. Chalkiadaki, I. Sianoudis, M. Makropoulou, A. Serafetinides GREECE Non-ablative ultra pulsed laser interaction with intraocular lenses for refractive power modification

10.18

K. Brogan, D. Lockington UK Patients’ attitudes towards the potential use of stability tape to minimize head movements during cataract surgery

10.24

D. Chiras, N. Dervenis, P. Dervenis, S. Verma UK Cataract surgery outcomes and complications in vitrectomized vs non-vitrectomized eyes

10.30

10.36

O. Inam, B. Ergin, Y. Arat, N. Puralı TURKEY Evaluation of cell number, nuclear area and nuclear circularity of human lens capsule epithelium cells between different groups with a novel technique R. Bartzoulianou, V. Vlatsios, D. Kechagia, D. Moschou, T. Papathomas, T. Giannopoulos, F. Topouzis GREECE Clinical audit of cataract surgery performed by trainees after the implementation of a risk factor grading system and theoretical training

10.42

M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Precision pulse capsulotomy technology adoption to reduce the capsulorhexis complication rate

10.48

A. Matveeva, S. Shukhaev, A. Zagorulko, Y. Novak RUSSIA Calculation of monofocal IOLs using 4 formulas and the total corneal power in 4 mm zone

Organised by the European Society of Ophthalmic Nurses and Technicians

Banquet Hall This didactic programme is aimed at ophthalmic nurses and technicians but is open to all delegates.

Part 1

09.00 – 12.00 Chairpersons: S. Albrecht SWEDEN L. Tomlin UK 09.00 S. Albrecht SWEDEN, L. Tomlin UK Visual acuity: - Definition of visual acuity, the gold standard of testing VA and the difference between LogMar and other tests

- Case studies of testing difficult visions

09.30

L. Tomlin UK Visual fields: how to perform, interpret and overcome common problems

10.00 Break 10.30

M. Cargnoni ITALY, N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Theoretical OCT

11.00

N. Astyrakakis GREECE Corneal topography

11.20

L. Milbank UK Biometry

12.00 Break

Part 2

14.15 – 17.00 Chairpersons: N. Astyrakakis GREECE M. Cargnoni ITALY 14.15

S. Albrecht SWEDEN, M. Lundström SWEDEN Patient satisfaction

15.00

M. Acebal SPAIN Infection control and sterilization part 1: infection control in ophthalmic care settings – what we should know

15.45 Break 16.15

M. Acebal SPAIN Infection control and sterilization part 2: cleaning, disinfection and sterilization – best practices for ocular instruments

17.00

End of session

10.54 Discussion 11.00

End of session

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SATURDAY

16 FEBRUARY

11.30 – 13.00

14.00 – 16.00

SYmPOSI Um

N EAR LI VE SURGERY

Trends in Refractive Surgery

Organised by the Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant & Refractive Surgery

Hall Trianti Chairpersons: V. Katsanevaki GREECE T. Kohnen GERMANY 11.30

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND The transepithelial approach: a re-birth of PRK

11.40

J. Güell SPAIN LASIK: the role of a mechanical keratome in the femto laser era

Hall Trianti Moderators:

P. Papadopoulos GREECE P. Smachliou GREECE

Panellists:

B. Cochener-Lamard FRANCE O. Findl AUSTRIA B. Malyugin RUSSIA

14.00

Expanding visualisation frontiers in cataract surgery with NGENUITY® digitally assisted surgery 3D technology & Centurion™ Vision System, implanting Clareon® AutonoMe® IOL (3D) Surgeon: D. Siganos GREECE

14.18

Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery using LenSx® laser system & Centurion® vision system assisted by VERION image-guided system with implantation of PanOptix® toric trifocal IOL (3D) Surgeon: P. Papadopoulos GREECE

14.36

Myopic laser correction with SMILE (2D) Surgeon: K. Moschou GREECE

14.51

Minimally invasive cataract surgery leveraging the automated Clareon® AutonoMe® IOL delivery system with INTREPID® BALANCED Tip in synergy with Active Fluidics™ technology (3D) Surgeon: M. Balidis GREECE

15.09

Femtosecond laser cataract surgery using the VICTUS femtosecond laser platform, the Stellaris Elite vision enhancement system and implanting the EyeCee One Crystal Preloaded IOL (3D) Surgeon: L. Caretti ITALY

15.27

Secondary insertion of scleral fixation (Carlevale) IOL in an eye after complicated cataract surgery (2D) Surgeon: P. Papadopoulos GREECE

15.45

Surface ablation with StreamLight™ - WaveLight® One Step Trans-Epi PRK (3D) Surgeon: K. Koufala GREECE

16.00

End of session

11.50 Discussion 12.00

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Evidence-based benefits of SMILE over LASIK

12.10

R. Nujits THE NETHERLANDS Phakic IOLs: are the posterior lenses gaining ground over the anterior ones?

12.20 Discussion 12.30

K. Koufala GREECE Refractive lens exchange: why should a clear lens be sacrificed?

12.40

I. Pallikaris GREECE Corneal inlays: why bother with them after all the past failures?

12.50 Discussion 13.00

22

End of session


SATURDAY

16 FEBRUARY

14.00 – 15.00

16.30 – 18.00

mOD ERATED POSTER S ESSI O N

SYmPOSI Um

Refractive

When the Unexpected Happens

Poster Area, Level -1

Hall Trianti

Moderators:

Chairpersons: S. Georgaras GREECE D. Spalton UK

14.00

14.08

14.16

14.24

14.32

14.40

V. Katsanevaki GREECE T. Kohnen GERMANY

E. Mrukwa-Kominek, W. Lubon, J. Janiszewska-Salamon, K. Jadczyk-Sorek POLAND The protective effect of heparin and influence on the corneal structure regeneration M. Stergiou, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Long-term stability with the Athens Protocol (combined topography-guided excimer ablationnormalization and CXL) in paediatric patients A. Lazaridis, B. Spiru, E. Giallouros, K. Droutsas, W. Sekundo GERMANY Corneal remodeling after myopic SMILE vs FS-LASIK: a spatial analysis of short- and mid-term corneal thickness, volume and shape changes M. Mimouni, G. Rabina, I. Kaiserman ISRAEL Customized laser epithelial removal and corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus: the Tel-Aviv protocol D. Liakopoulos, C. Skatharoudi, N. Tsakalis, I. Arandjelovic, N. Astyrakakis, C. Siganos GREECE Corneal melting in a keratoconus case after intracorneal ring implantation and PRK cross-linking combined treatment

16.30

M. Amon AUSTRIA The Argentinian flag sign

16.40

T. Kohnen GERMANY The floppy iris syndrome

16.50 Discussion 17.00

S. Morselli ITALY Zonular dialysis

17.10

S. Srinivasan UK IOL damage on insertion

17.20 Discussion 17.30

K. Chalioulias GREECE Posterior capsule rupture

17.40

S. Ní Dhubhghaill IRELAND Postoperative infection

17.50

Discussion

18.00

End of session

T. Kohnen, C. Lwowski, M. Herzog, K. Petermann, E. Hemkeppler, S. Schönbrunn GERMANY Safety and efficiency of LASIK with combined short UV-riboflavin cross-linking compared to LASIK in patients with high myopia and myopic astigmatism

14.48 Discussion 15.00

End of session

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SUN DAY

17 FEBRUARY

09.00 – 10.30

11.00 – 13.00

SYmPOSI Um

SYmPOSI Um

Organised by the Young Ophthalmologists Committee

Organised by the Hellenic Society of Intraocular Implant & Refractive Surgery

Pearls for the Young Cataract Surgeon Hall Trianti Chairpersons: S. Palkovits AUSTRIA C. Pedrosa PORTUGAL N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS 09.00 B. Bostanci Ceran TURKEY My first rhexis and hydrodissection attempts 09.10

Th. Neuhann GERMANY The perfect rhexis and hydrodissection

09.20 Discussion 09.30

V. Qin BELGIUM My first phaco complications

09.40 R. Packard UK The dream phaco 09.50 Discussion 10.00

V. Diakonis GREECE Thin ice: my first challenging cases

10.10

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Mastering challenging cases

10.20 Discussion 10.30

24

End of session

Advanced Technology: Better Results? Hall Trianti Chairpersons: K. Koufala GREECE M. Balidis GREECE 11.00

D. Kyroudis, K. Moschou GREECE LASIK vs SMILE

11.30

D. Mikropoulos, P. Papadopoulos GREECE Conventional phaco vs FLACS

12.00

P. Smachliou, E. Patsoura GREECE Multifocal vs EDOF IOLs

12.30

V. Katsanevaki, M. Balidis GREECE Cross-linking classic protocol vs modern protocols

13.00

End of session


ePOSTER PRES ENTATI O NS Poster Area All posters can be viewed on the terminals in the Poster Area, Level -1. Moderated Poster Sessions Friday 14.00 – 15.00 Saturday 14.00 – 15.00

Poster Awards A prize of €1000 is awarded to the best Cataract and Refractive ePoster presentations of the Meeting. ePoster presentations are judged by an international panel according to the following criteria: – Originality – Scientific Quality – Relevance to Clinical Practice – Presentation The prizes will be awarded at 11.25 on Saturday 16 February immediately prior to the Symposium in Hall Trianti. In order to receive the prize, the poster presenters must be present.

Cataract M. Ali Ahmad, H. Naveed, R. Krishnan, S. Abou-Ltaif, T. Kersey UK Patient perception of cataract surgery simulation E. Avram, M. Fischer, M. Gerl, F. Kretz ROMANIA Toric IOL alignment: IntelliAxis-L (LensAR) vs Z Align (Callisto Eye) S. Bedar, U. Kellner GERMANY Clinical experience with the Clareon® IOL and the AutonoMe® implant system in a series of 391 eyes A. Ben Youssef, H. Zgolli, J. Sayadi, Z. Dekli, I. Zghal, L. Nacef TUNISIA Evaluation of anxiety in patients awaiting cataract surgery S. Brar, A. Khan, V. Vohra, H. Chawla INDIA Long-term outcomes of retro fixated iris claw lens at a tertiary eye centre in Uttarakhand, India L. Burk, J. Gilmore USA Hybrid MIGS technique: goniotomy and direct viscodilation of the collector channels B. Chen, X. Li, B. Chen, H. Li, Y. Xu CHINA A comparative study to assess three biometric measurements in different axial length S. Cohen, E. Bubis, N. Bourla, I. Sher, Y. Rotenstreich ISRAEL Chronic endophthalmitis, capsular block syndrome and other capsular pathologies assessed by anterior segment optical coherence tomography

Y. Daoud, O. Mustafa, C. Prescott, F. Alsaleh, D. Dzhaber USA Visual, refractive outcomes, and rotational stability of toric intraocular lenses in eyes with previous ocular surgeries: a longitudinal study J. Domingo, B. Jackson, G. Auffarth, D. Janakiraman USA Clinical investigation of an intraocular lens designed to provide an improvement in intermediate vision when compared to an aspheric monofocal intraocular lens control O. Donmez, B. Sezgin Asena, Y. Aydin Akova, M. Kaskaloglu TURKEY Clinical outcomes of binocular implantation of a new diffractive trifocal intraocular lens E. Drucka, A. Schuster, N. Pfeiffer, E. Hoffmann LATVIA Efficacy of cataract surgery combined with concurrent trabecular micro-bypass stent implantation for patients with open-angle glaucoma S. Edirneli, E. Panagiotopoulou, A. Mpritsou, M. Gkika, D. Dardabounis, G. Labiris GREECE Reactivation of keratoconus following cataract extraction surgery J. Folch Ramos, R. Salvador, P. Blasco Posa, M. Cipres Palacin SPAIN Utility of crystal toric mobile app in the marking of corneal axis D. Giannoulis, E. Kostopoulou, A. Lioura, A. Artzouchaltzi, A. Mataftsi, N. Ziakas GREECE Simultaneous bilateral cataract surgery with IOL implantation in paediatric patients E. Gkaragkani, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Outcomes of Ahmed valve implantation combined with phacoemulsification in the management of refractory glaucoma T. Gonen, B. Cosar, O. Sever TURKEY Torsional phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation without ocular viscoelastic device I. Halkiadakis, I. Markopoulos, A. Makris, A. Andreas, S. Skouriotis, V. Konstantinidou GREECE Comparison of nepafenac 0.3% with combined dexamethasone and bromafenac in prevention of intraocular inflammation after cataract surgery C. Handita INDONESIA Contributions of risk factors to cataract events in Pejeruk Village, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, in 2018 J. Hienert, N. Hirnschall, C. Pilwachs, M. Ruiß, K. Kefer, B. Döller, O. Findl AUSTRIA Prospective comparative fellow-eye clinical trial to evaluate the axial position stability of CT LUCIA 611P and CT ASPHINA 409MP IOLs P. Kalouda, M. Banteka, L. Mavroudis GREECE Does the type of low level astigmatism influence visual outcome after cataract surgery with a toric IOL implanted? S. Kandarakis, P. Petrou, D. Papaconstantinou, A. Diagourtas, C. Koutsandrea, I. Georgalas GREECE Scleral sutureless intraocular lens placement in patients with dislocated intraocular lens Z. Kapsala, D. Pagoulatos, G. Bontzos, I. Georgalas GREECE Comparative study of the efficacy and tolerability of common ophthalmic non steroid anti-inflammatory drugs in patients following cataract surgery

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ePOSTER PRES ENTATI O NS H. Kastelan, A. Gverovic Antunica CROATIA Dry eye after cataract surgery

N. Nosrati UK The role of surgical simulation for training in cataract surgery

A. Katsanos, J. Gros-Otero, S. Ketabi, C. Villa-Collar, R. CaĂąones-Zafra, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, M. Teus GREECE Atomic force microscopy analysis of the surface roughness changes in a standard hydrophobic IOL (AcrySof ÂŽ) before and after full hydration

P. Ntonti, E. Panagiotopoulou, A. Mehmet, M. Gkika, D. Dardabounis, G. Labiris GREECE Impact of 0.1% sodium hyaluronate and 0.2% sodium hyaluronate artificial tears on postoperative discomfort following cataract extraction surgery, a comparative study

E. Kim, M. Kim KOREA Toric intraocular lens implantation in cataract patients with corneal axis deviation

C. Oliveira-Ferreira, M. Leuzinger-Dias, J. Tavares-Ferreira, J. Macedo, F. Falcao-Reis PORTUGAL Cataract phacoemulsification complication rates: is there a difference between resident trainee vs staff ophthalmologist?

G. Kontadakis, S. Blazaki, O. Iliaki, M. Tsilimbaris USA Nd:YAG laser vitreolysis at the site of iridectomy for the treatment of aqueous misdirection after anterior chamber intraocular lens implantation B. Kusa, M. Piovella ITALY Trifocal IOL implantation in cataract patients that have experienced previous laser vision correction: a three year follow-up M. Labetoulle, A. Rousseau, E. Barreau, M. M'Garrech, A. Best, M. Legrand, W. Ben Hadj Salah FRANCE Retrospective assessment of the use of ICMA in a routine setting for patients undergoing cataract surgery in South Paris University Hospital A. Liaska, T. Pallantzas, E. Makri, S. Stamelou, D. Mitsiou, K. Andrianopoulou GREECE Manual capsulorhexis techniques in special cataract cases A. Liaska, T. Pallantzas, E. Makri, D. Mitsiou, S. Stamelou, K. Andrianopoulou GREECE Predictability of intraocular lens power calculation in the presence of pterygium D. Mahajan, K. Chaudhary, M. Deepti, P. Panwar UK Favorable long-term prognosis of cataract surgery in herpes zoster ophthalmicus D. Mahajan, R. Lal Sharma, K. Chaudhary UK Minimal duration cataract surgery with oblique limbal stab incision technique in SICS and phaco P. Mandal, J. Virdee, A. Brown, P. Haigh, I. Khan UK Neodymium:YAG laser posterior capsulotomy in the lateral decubitus position L. Mavroudis, M. Banteka, P. Kalouda GREECE Comparison of toric and non-toric intraocular lenses in cataract patients with small magnitude of astigmatism in both eyes A. Michonidou, O. Sideri, E. Tsirampidou, D. Balatsoukas, E. Kanonidou GREECE Cataract surgery in elderly and very elderly adults: is it worth performing? S. Moutzouri, D. Balatsoukas, E. Kanonidou GREECE Sometimes rolling back to previous cataract techniques is inevitable C. Nigam, R. Holder, C. Khatri, N. Gupta, M. Moosajee UK A PREM-based questionnaire to assess patient satisfaction with the cataract surgery care pathway at Moorfields Eye Hospital

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K. Ozulken, M. Koc, K. Tekin, M. Tekin TURKEY The additive effect of topical nepafenac on mydriasis in patients with diabetes mellitus D. Pagoulatos, Z. Kapsala, P. Dimitrakas, T. Stavropoulou, I. Georgalas GREECE Cataract and glaucoma surgery in patients with primary openangle glaucoma C. Papandreou, M. Khan UK Rare and challenging cataract operation on a patient with phacomorphic glaucoma V. Peponis, A. Makris, E. Paroikakis, A. Afrati, L. Kontomihos, V. Konstantinidou GREECE ICL removal due to cataract formation combined with phacoemulsification and toric PCIOL implantation: a case report M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Trifocal technology IOLs to correct refractive defects and presbyopia after cataract surgery A. Radwan, M. Shafik, A. Abo Samra, H. Helali EGYPT Comparison between the refractive outcome in femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery and standard phacoemulsification E. Rodriguez, H. Scarfone, S. Fanego ARGENTINA Comparison of 4 modern intraocular lens calculation formulas for a monofocal aspheric toric and monofocal aspheric intraocular lens M. Shajari, M. Dirisamer, C. Kolb, W. Mayer, S. Priglinger, T. Kreutzer GERMANY Comparison of visual outcomes following bilateral implantation of two diffractive trifocal intraocular lenses O. Sideri, K. Tsaousis, A. Mataftsi, I. Tsinopoulos GREECE The potential role of nutrition on lens pathology: a systematic review and meta-analysis I. Singh USA Evaluation of unfolding time for three hydrophobic intraocular lenses I. Singh USA The impact of an active air cooling cavity on the consistency and stability of energy delivered from a Q-Switched Nd:YAG laser


ePOSTER PRES ENTATI O NS K. Sorkou, M. Manthou, T. Papamitsou, K. Tsaousis, I. Tsinopoulos GREECE Severe abnormalities of the anterior lens capsule in age-related cataract of a Mediterranean population: a transmission electron microscopy study I. Tzamichas, E. Karasavvidou, C. Keskini, A. Papazacharia, C. Kampos, D. Balatsoukas GREECE Intra and early postoperative complications in phacoemulsification cataract surgery: a retrospective chart review of 5186 cases M. Vasalaki, E. Papavasileiou, M. Vasalaki, M. Niestrata-Ortiz, J. Tolia UK Significantly decreased contrast sensitivity in cataract patients despite good visual acuity Y. Wang, X. Wang CHINA Evaluation of the effect of higher-order aberration on visual performance in patients implanted with rotationally asymmetric multifocal intraocular lens Y. Wang, X. Wang CHINA Preliminary clinical observation on vision quality of implantation with refractive rotationally asymmetric multifocal intraocular lens

Cornea P. Agarwal, S. Navon, I. Coc, B. Armstrong, R. Sayegh, N. Mithal UAE Small aperture Xtrafocus pinhole intraocular lens in traumatic mydriasis and irregular corneal astigmatism post cataract surgery with IOL A. Al-Hussaini EGYPT The treatment of severe fungal keratitis on top of HSV stromal keratitis by superficial keratectomy, cyanocrylate glue and a bandage contact lens

E. Giallouros, A. Lazaridis, W. Sekundo, K. Droutsas GERMANY Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK): two year outcomes with surgeon-prepared grafts B. Giavi, K. Andreanos, G. Kymionis, C. Koutsandrea, K. Droutsas, D. Alexiadou, V. Katsiampoula GREECE Bilateral neurotrophic keratitis in a patient with San Diego hemoglobinopathy P. Gupta, H. Gupta UK Bilateral ice syndrome with cystoid macular oedema İ. Harbiyeli, P. Işık, E. Erdem, M. Yağmur, R. Ersöz TURKEY Visual rehabilitation with contact lenses after corneal cross-linking in eyes with progressive keratoconus T. Johri, D. Singh, V. Saini INDIA The ophthalmic effects of increasing air pollution in national capital of India E. Kaisari, N. Voulgari, G. Kontadakis, E. Samutelela, G. Kymionis SWITZERLAND Intraoperative PACK-CXL during repeat penetrating keratoplasty for the management of multi-resistant fungal keratitis in an immunocompromised patient A. Kamel, O. Ali, I. Saad EGYPT The effect of cigarette smoking on corneal endothelial cells R. Karadag, V. Aykut, F. Esen, H. Oguz, A. Demirok TURKEY New approach: Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty in aphakic and vitrectomized eye L. Karageorgiadis, E. Georgiadou, T. Naoumidi, S. Saravelos, N. Vasileiou, A. Zafeiriadis, N. Ziakas GREECE Ten years outcomes of scleral lenses fitted to visually correct keratoconus, post graft, post trauma and post-surgical cases Y. Klimesova, P. Studeny, M. Netukova CZECH REPUBLIC Outcomes comparing the last PDEK surgeries with the first DMEK surgeries

K. Belkhadir, N. Boutimzine, S. Tachfouti, A. Amazouzi, O. Cherkaoui MOROCCO Impact of glaucoma and its treatments on the ocular surface

A. Konstantinidis, G. Panos, S. Edinerli, D. Dardabounis, M. Gkika, K. Ioannakis, G. Labiris GREECE The effect of antiglaucoma procedures (trabeculectomy vs Ex-PRESS glaucoma drainage implant) on the corneal biomechanical properties

A. Charonis, S. Arba Mosquera, A. Manaios GREECE Development of a new automated classification system for established keratoconus: the electronic new vital classification

R. Kowalski, E. Romanowski, J. Romanowski, K. Yates, A. Mammen, D. Dhaliwal, V. Jhanji USA Is 2.5% (25mg/ml) vancomycin the same as 5% (50 mg/ml) in the treatment of MRSA keratitis?

Y. Chung, S. Kim KOREA Effect and safety of corneal cross-linking with sodium hydroxymethlyglycinate (SMG) on human cornea

A. Lazaridis, E. Giallouros, W. Sekundo, K. Droutsas GERMANY Spatial analysis of corneal densitometry, thickness and volume after uneventful DMEK: midterm results

K. Droutsas, P. Alexopoulos, A. Lazaridis, E. Giallouros, W. Sekundo, C. Koutsandrea GREECE Causes of primary DMEK failure and outcomes of secondary DMEK

J. Lee, J. Lee, S. Kim KOREA A comparative study of cellular cytotoxicity on corneal epithelial cells and allergic cytokines production on conjunctival cells by the dual-action anti-allergic eye drops

B. Engin Potoglu, T. Gonen, C. Cosar TURKEY Corneal findings in a patient with Wilson’s disease and keratoconus

E. Livny, Y. Keshet, Y. Nahum, I. Bahar ISRAEL Step-wise approach for multiple graft detachment following DMEK surgery

S. Fradelos, K. Panagiotis, A. Komninou, E. Kastritis, G. Tsivgoulis, A. Voudouri GREECE Nerve fiber alterations in patients with acquired amyloidosis detected by confocal corneal microscopy

E. Livny, Y. Nahum, I. Bahar ISRAEL The 'ghost DMEK' technique: peripheral staining of Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) grafts without using Trypan blue

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ePOSTER PRES ENTATI O NS E. Mahfoudi, N. Benmerzouga-Mahfoudi, A. Snani, M. Djoual ALGERIA Contact lens-assisted collagen cross-linking M. Martinez Hergueta, M. Martínez Rubio, V. Soriano Gomis, A. Ceausescu SPAIN Evaluation of symptoms of ocular surface with allergen provocation test in patients with allergic conjunctivitis and negative skin prick tests W. Mayer, M. Mackert, J. Langer, M. Shajari, S. Priglinger GERMANY Small-aperture IOL (IC-8) for irregular corneal astigmatism and cataract G. Meehan, S. Srinivasan UK Visual and refractive outcomes following cataract surgery with a small-aperture IOL in eyes with previous radial keratotomy M. Mimouni, A. Vega-Estrada, E. Espla, J. Alió ISRAEL Corneal epithelial thickness intrasubject repeatability and its relation to visual limitation in keratoconus

L. Primavera, M. Fresina, P. Versura, M. Pellegrini, E. Campos ITALY In vivo corneal confocal microscopy of sub-basal nerve plexus in patients affected by Fabry disease Q. Qasim, Y. Kadhim IRAQ Central corneal thickness of Iraqi population in relation to age, gender, refractive errors, and corneal curvature: a hospital-based cross-sectional study E. Qerimi, M. Troplini, P. Zafirakis, G. Livir-Rallatos ALBANIA Theraputical lamellar keratoplasty for limbal dermoid A. Radwan EGYPT Prevalence of keratoconus in Egyptian populations with high corneal astigmatism A. Rasoglou, M. Balidis, E. Siskou, S. Koronis GREECE Treating patients with keratoconus and penetrating keratoplasty with the use of a toric IOL

A. Mounir, I. Awny, M. Elghobaier, O. Zidan, E. Mostafa EGYPT Artificial snow foam-induced corneal endotheliitis followed up by Scheimpflug densimetry

A. Safi, M. El Wardani, K. Hashemi, K. Aliferis, G. Kymionis BELGIUM Keratoconus-like topographic changes in patients with irregular inferior epithelial thickening documented by AS-OCT epithelial map

A. Mounir, I. Awny, M. Elghobaier, E. Mostafa EGYPT Combined accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking and intrastromal Keraring implantation in a case of keratoconus with superior cone location

E. Samutelela, E. Kaisari, N. Voulgari, K. Aliferis, G. Kymionis SWITZERLAND Use of diathermy for the treatment of chronic refractory corneal neovascularization

M. Moutsou, N. Binza, S. Jones UK Safe and effective performance of collagen cross-linking for the treatment of progressive keratoconus by specialist nurse: review of one-year practice results

A. Sepetis, M. Oshallah, C. Tossounis, A. Konstantopoulos UK Alcohol vs mechanical delamination in keratoconus corneal cross-linking

L. Muceniece, A. Zemitis, G. Laganovska LATVIA Refractive error regression in myopic eye after infectious keratitis K. Nikolakopoulos, G. Kymionis, M. El Wardani, K. Hashemi SWITZERLAND Persistent symptomatic peripheral corneal edema treated with anterior corneal scraping S. Oragvelidze, V. Ivanova BELARUS Effectiveness of keratoplasty in case of particularly severe corneal pathology in children K. Ozulken, M. Koc, K. Tekin, M. Tekin TURKEY Topometric and tomographic evaluation of subclinical keratoconus M. Pauk Gulić, T. Balog, M. Merlak, S. Sobočanec, N. Drača, N. Gabrić, I. Dekaris CROATIA Influence of vascular endothelial growth factor and its soluble receptors on corneal neovascularization and graft survival rate in human corneas M. Petrelli, D. Miltsakakis, K. Andreanos, A. Karagianni, C. Koutsandrea, K. Droutsas GREECE Visual outcomes of ultrathin Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty vs Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty A. Plaka, P. Chatzakis, G. Kontadakis, N. Astyrakakis, S. Plainis, M. Tsilimbaris, C. Siganos GREECE Objective evaluation of discomfort glare in corneal diseases: preliminary results

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C. Skatharoudi, D. Liakopoulos, C. Siganos GREECE Bilateral keratopathy due to topical anesthetic abuse, overlooked as microbial keratitis: a case report E. Torres-Netto, S. Kling, B. Spiru, W. Sekundo, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND Biomechanical impact of Bowman's layer in healthy ex vivo human corneas E. Torres-Netto, R. Shetty, H. Nagaraja, B. Knyazer, S. Chen, S. Kling, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND PACK-CXL multicenter trial: preliminary results T. Trinh, Z. Mednick, T. Boutin, A. Einan, N. Sorkin, G. Santaella, A. Slomovic CANADA A novel method for treatment of recurrent pterygium using the simple limbal epithelial transplantation technique: a case series T. Trinh, N. Sorkin, Z. Mednick, G. Santaella, D. Rootman, C. Chan, A. Slomovic CANADA Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis outcomes in the non-elderly population N. Tsakalis, C. Skatharoudi, D. Liakopoulos, C. Siganos GREECE Radial keratoneuritis with Wessely ring as presenting sign in a case of presumed fungal keratitis A. Tzamalis, R. Vinciguerra, V. Romano, E. Arbabi, M. Batterbury, S. Kaye UK Intraobserver reproducibility and interobserver agreement of demarcation line depth measurements in keratoconic eyes following accelerated epi-off corneal cross-linking


ePOSTER PRES ENTATI O NS A. Tzamalis, R. Vinciguerra, V. Romano, E. Arbabi, D. Borroni, N. Ziakas, S. Kaye UK The "Joghurt Technique" in DMEK graft harvesting: a quick and safe method for both inexperienced and senior surgeons F. Tzani, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Familiar association of keratoconus (KCN) in Greece: tomographic corneal evaluation of KCN patient’s families A. Vasilyev, S. Tonkonogii, A. Egorova RUSSIA Effectiveness of soft contact lens usage for protection of corneal epithelium during phacoemulsification

Miscellaneous M. Abdurrauf, I. Wahyuni INDONESIA Iridocorneal endothelial syndrome in children: a rare case S. Ahmed, S. Shahid, M. Nanavaty UK Delayed onset scleromalacia following intraoperative mitomycin C application for conjunctival melanoma D. Almalioti, S. Almpanidou, V. Karampatakis GREECE Color perception in patients with ocular diseases leading to low vision G. Athanasopoulos, S. Diafas, D. Giannoulis, R. Bartzoulianou, D. Moschou, D. Kapantais, F. Topouzis GREECE Aspiration as a treatment for recurrent stromal iris cyst G. Balanikas, D. Peironidis, C. Georgiadou, S. Maloutas, S. Diafas, D. Mitritsas, D. Christodoulou GREECE Bonaparte's military campaigns in Egypt and Syria and the memoirs, ‘On the endemic ophthalmia of Egypt' by D.J.Larrey A. Ben Youssef, H. Zgolli, O. Fekih, F. Ben Zineb, I. Malek, L. Nacef TUNISIA Study of compliance with medical treatment in primary open angle glaucoma L. Bilandarli, E. Kasimov, B. Babayeva AZERBAIJAN Distribution of ocular biometric parameters in adult population of Azerbaijan G. Bontzos, Z. Kapsala, E. Detorakis GREECE Limitations in rebound tonometry and efficacy of limbal probe position in estimating intraocular pressure A. Ceausescu, M. Martínez Hergueta, B. Sánchez Cañal, N. Domenech Aracil SPAIN Late onset complications secondary to opaque iris claw intraocular lens implantation for the treatment of intractable diplopia I. Chatziangelidis GREECE From teleophthalmology to mobile ophthalmology: what it takes Z. Chen, Y. Lu, C. Kuo TAIWAN Orbital and conjunctival non-tuberculosis mycobacterium infection M. Dettoraki, K. Droutsas, A. Lazaridis, G. Kymionis, M. Moschos GREECE Evaluation of macular function and thickness after corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus

N. Dhillon, S. Srinivasan UK The price of vanity: cosmetic iris implants and its consequences V. Dimovska MACEDONIA Intravitreal bevacizumab in the treatment of macular edema induced by retinal vein occlusions F. D'Oria, T. Rizzo, M. Bordinone, S. Guerriero, P. Puzo, R. Favale, G. Alessio ITALY Patterns of ophthalmic emergencies presenting to a tertiary referral hospital in the south of Italy S. Fili, I. Vastardis, M. Kohlhaas GERMANY 5-year results after canaloplasty and the influence of the local glaucoma therapy at baseline to its intraocular pressure lowering efficacy S. Fili, I. Vastardis, P. Woelfelschneider, M. Kohlhaas GERMANY The STARflo glaucoma implant: results and experiences after follow-up of 24 months in St. Johannes-Hospital in Dortmund M. Geneid, J. Uusitalo, V. Saarela, J. Liinamaa FINLAND The relation between retinal vessel diameter with both macular thickness and other variables using OCT in middleaged Caucasians S. Georgiadou, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE The psychometric quality of life impact of keratoconus treatment with the Athens Protocol: a long-term study K. Giannouladis, F. Mushtaq, L. Feinberg, P. Pandey, I. Masood UK Gonioscopically-assisted transluminal trabeculotomy (GATT): The Birmingham Experience C. Gunasekera, H. Malik, F. Edozie UK Regional variation in the administration of fluorescein when performing Goldmann applanation tonometry in the National Health Service, UK O. Inam, D. Somer, G. Özkan Üney, A. Soylu TURKEY Calculation of retinal roundness using a computer-based unique technique A. Ioannou, A. Malamas, S. Chaloulis GREECE Six-month casualty attendance at a secondary eye department in central Greece D. Kanellas, K. Pavlakis, P. Minakakis, P. Bournas GREECE A very severe damage of the macula to a young girl's eye caused by a ball launched by an air gun R. Karadag, G. Kilic, F. Esen, V. Aykut, A. Demirok, H. Oguz TURKEY Long-term results of ExPRESS glaucoma shunt surgery E. Karasavvidou, A. Michonidou, K. Boboridis, D. Balatsoukas, E. Kanonidou GREECE Orbital cellulitis: why does it not subside? T. Kohnen, K. Varna-Tipka GERMANY A case of an RLE in an eye with irregular astigmatism and how it was managed with a Rayner toric IOL and Astigmatismfix.com calculator T. Kohnen, K. Varna-Tipka GERMANY Cataract management in an eye with residual astigmatism after multiple corneal surgeries

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ePOSTER PRES ENTATI O NS P. Kourti, D. Alexiadou, V. Katsiampoula, K. Droutsas GREECE Equine pericardium patching in a case of progressive choroidal staphyloma R. Krishnan, H. Naveed, T. Kersey UK Patients' perception of the role of trabeculectomy surgery simulation in ophthalmic training C. Laufenböck AUSTRIA Topical preservative-free hydrocortisone 3.35 mg/ml for treatment of patients suffering from keratoconjunctivitis sicca J. Lee, Y. Park, J. Lee KOREA Early effectiveness of topical cyclosporine 0.05% after cataract surgery according to the severity of dry eye Y. Lu, Z. Chen TAIWAN Emergent evisceration and orbital implant exposure in a non-traumatic eyeball rupture patient with penetratingkeratoplasty graft failure W. Lubon, E. Mrukwa-Kominek, K. Jadczyk-Sorek, J. Janiszewska-Salamon POLAND Demyelination disease masked through exotic expeditions to Africa: a case report A. Malamas, N. Dervenis, V. Kilintzis, A. Chranioti, F. Topouzis GREECE Inter-intraobserver repeatability and reproducibility of choroidal thickness measurements using two different methods G. Meehan, S. Srinivasan UK Options in the management of iris defects A. Mourgela, D. Osborne, S. Lash, J. Self GREECE Late diagnosis of homocystinurea through ectopia lentis which was addressed with endocapsular vitrector-assisted lensectomy: a case report S. Moutzouri, E. Kanonidou GREECE Occult intraocular foreign body: CT imaging is the key D. Mpakas, A. Anyfantis, V. Kolokoutsas, P. Karamanos GREECE Causes of hyposphagma D. Mpakas, A. Anyfantis, V. Kolokoutsas, P. Karamanos GREECE Efficacy of azithromycin eye drops in the therapy of chalazion E. Mrukwa-Kominek, L. Drzyzga, W. Lubon, M. Swoboda, M. Hajduga POLAND iStent implants in a procedure combined with cataract phacoemulsification: own observation E. Oustoglou, M. Samouilidou, A. Dastiridou, A. Mataftsi GREECE Hide and seek with a pellet A. Papazacharia, V. Margaritis, E. Kanonidou GREECE Unilateral visual loss following cataract surgery in a patient with multiple sclerosis: ms-related optic neuritis or an interesting case of nonarthritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy? W. Park, J. Min, L. Jin, T. Park, S. Maeng, H. Cha KOREA Comparison of adhesive strength and biocompatibility among suture, fibrin glue and LAMBA in amniotic membrane transplantation

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E. Paroikakis, G. Batsos, D. Karagiannis, V. Peponis, L. Kontomihos, E. Ktena, A. Makris GREECE Traumatic aniridia and aphakia management using combined vitrectomy and ab-externo scleral fixation of an artificial iris intraocular lens (IOL) using Gore-Tex suture Q. Qasim, A. Ibrahim IRAQ Macular thickness and its relation with age and gender in healthy eyes in a sample of Iraqi population using Cirrus-HD optical coherence tomography M. Radenkovic, G. Stankovic Babic, J. Djordjevic Jocic, P. Jovanovic, M. Zivkovic, M. Petrovic, S. Cekic SERBIA Ocular surface disease improvement after glaucoma surgery A. Ragkousis, G. Mangouritsas, A. Ragkousis, N. Koutropoulou, E. Boutouri, I. Armenis GREECE Peripapillary vessel density in eyes with preperimetric glaucoma U. Rumelaitiene, D. Žaliūnienė, M. Špečkauskas LITHUANIA Prevalence of pseudoexfoliation syndrome and its association with cataract and glaucoma in Kaunas, Lithuania J. Seo KOREA Evaluation of conjunctival vascularity in healthy individuals and glaucoma patients using optical coherence tomography angiography Z. Sharif, R. Sharma UK Retained contact lenses in a vulnerable adult: a case report M. Talgatovich Aznabayev, M. Aznabaev, G. Gaysina, R. Mudarisova, L. Badykova, G. Azamatova RUSSIA Evaluation of effectiveness to the methods of preoperative antibiotic prevention in ophthalmic surgery M. Teus, G. Bolivar-De-Miguel, B. Castaño, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, A. Katsanos SPAIN XEN glaucoma implant for treatment of secondary glaucoma due to elevated episcleral venous pressure H. Tossounis, T. Sepetis, S. Lash, B. Gupta, H. Elkayal UK Sutureless scleral small incision removal of a dislocated PMMA IOL and flanged scleral haptic fixation of a 3-piece IOL with double-needle technique N. Tsaldari, K. Giannoukaki, F. Akritidou, S. Roumelis, A. Karachalios, C. Karagiannidis GREECE Vein occlusions: management and follow-up M. Vasovic, M. Radenkovic, G. Stankovic-Babic SERBIA Precorneal tear film stability in patients with diabetes mellitus R. Verma INDIA The Smart way: slit lamp photography using a smartphone S. Zormpas, A. Matsou, A. Waldock, M. Deshmukh UK Assessment of medium to long-term outcomes in patients undergoing Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty S. Zormpas, A. Matsou, C. Panos UK Sumatriptan-induced bilateral acute angle closure glaucoma: a rare association


ePOSTER PRES ENTATI O NS Refractive S. Adib-Moghaddam, A. Haydar, S. Soleyman-Jahi, M. Razikhosroshahi, G. Tefagh, G. Kymionis IRAN Functional outcomes after refined TransPRK using the same excimer platforms with different repetition rates R. Al Hedaithy, S. Al-Zaaidi, T. Al Qahtani SAUDI ARABIA Achieving target refraction after phakic Visian ICL A. Al-Amin EGYPT Facing your first SMILE challenge A. Aristeidou, A. Fotakakis, K. Bikos, B. Al Moghrabi GREECE PRK Xtra and LASIK Xtra: indications and interesting clinical cases G. Asimellis, A. Lazaridis USA Evaluation of the effect of cornea apex displacement in myopic small incision lenticule extraction on visual acuity and corneal high order aberrations I. Aslanides, I. Maragkos, V. Selimis, S. Voulgaraki GREECE Comparison of the management of corneal ectasia with two different laser platforms followed by corneal cross-linking (CXL) in patients with keratoconus M. Chiridou, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Epi-Bowman’s blunt keratectomy (EBK) vs ETOH epithelial removal in myopic PRK: a contralateral eye prospective study M. Chiridou, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE How does pregnancy affect post-myopic LASIK refractive stability? A. Eslampoor, S. Zarei Ghanavati, S. Askari IRAN Clinical outcomes of photorefractive keratectomy in myopic patients with high keratometry reading S. Georgiadou, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Comparison of corneal epithelial remodeling over 2 years in LASIK vs SMILE: a contralateral eye study

G. Labiris, E. Panagiotopoulou, M. Gkika, A. Konstantinidis, D. Dardabounis, K. Ioannakis GREECE Impact of light on reading ability following multifocal pseudophakic corrections A. Lazaridis, S. Brar, S. Ganesh GERMANY Waking up from a nightmare with a SMILE: management and outcomes of retained lenticules and lenticule fragments removal after a complicated SMILE A. Meidanis, T. Paraskevopulos, C. Tzavara GREECE Comparison of efficacy, safety and predictability of LASIK using 2 femtosecond platforms A. Mikropoulou, E. Panagiotopoulou, A. Konstantinidis, I. Perente, K. Ioannakis, G. Labiris GREECE Image-guided lens extraction surgery: a systematic review M. Mimouni, A. Friehmann, N. Assad, G. Rabina, O. Spierer, A. Nemet, I. Kaiserman ISRAEL Risk factors for early flap misalignment following microkeratome-assisted LASIK: a retrospective large database analysis V. Moustou, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE LASIK using topography-modified refraction (TMR) vs standard (SR) prospective contralateral-eye study V. Moustou, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Topography-guided (TG) LASIK vs SMILE: postoperative digitized centration evaluation (DCE) in contralateral eyes E. Panagiotopoulou, S. Edirneli, A. Konstantinidis, I. Perente, K. Ioannakis, G. Labiris GREECE Level of agreement of intraocular lens power calculation between two prevalent imaging modalities F. Schraml, A. Lazaridis, W. Sekundo, R. Preußner GERMANY Predictability of intraocular lens power calculation after SMILE for myopia

G. Harb, W. Harb LEBANON Trans PRK surgery in patients with a history of ocular herpes

B. Spiru, S. Kling, E. Torres, A. Lazaridis, F. Hafezi, W. Sekundo GERMANY Biomechanical stability of human cornea tested by twodimensional extensiometry ex vivo in fellow eyes: PRK vs SMILE

E. Igras, B. Czarnota-Nowakowska, P. Krzywicki POLAND Long-term efficacy and safety of small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) for the correction of astigmatism

M. Stergiou, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Variable shape and energy delivered (ED), topographycustomized (TG) CXL: 5-year efficacy and stability

M. Jafarinasab IRAN Causes and outcomes of piggyback IOL for management of refractive errors after cataract surgery

M. Tropini, E. Qerimi, G. Livir-Rallatos, P. Zafirakis, M. Rroco ALBANIA Correction of high hyperopia in young patients with clear lens extraction

T. Juhas, A. Aliyakparova SLOVAKIA Combination of CXL and ReLEx SMILE for treatment of mild and high myopia on corneas with forme fruste keratoconus: case report 20 months follow-up T. Juhas, A. Aliyakparova SLOVAKIA ReLEx SMILE treatment of post cataract surgery anisometropia of 73 year old man: 30 months follow-up N. Kachuriak, N. Polunina UKRAINE Our experience of partial surface topography-guided corneal ablation after accelerated corneal cross-linking in 2 steps: one year follow-up

I. Vasilyeva, V. Egorov, A. Vasilyev, A. Egorova RUSSIA The influence of preliminary marking of visual axis on functional results of ReLEx SMILE N. Voulgari, G. Kontadakis, E. Kaisari, E. Samutelela, G. Kymionis SWITZERLAND Femtosecond-assisted elliptical LASIK flap for the correction of post-arcuate keratotomy residual astigmatism J. Zhang, Y. Zhou CHINA Allogeneic corneal small incision intrastromal lenticule inlays for hyperopia (3 years)

S. Karaman Erdur, F. Dikkaya, M. Özsütçü, C. Tanrıverdi TURKEY Tear film assessment in amblyopia after LASIK

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GEN ERAL I N FORmATI O N Venue

ESCRS Resource Centre

Megaron Conference Centre, Vas. Sofias Avenue and Kokkali Str. 11521 Athens, Greece

Location: Level -1

Currency

Visit the ESCRS Resource Centre for information about membership, ESCRS iLearn, ESCRS On Demand and EUREQUO. Copies of EuroTimes and the Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery will be available.

The official currency of the Meeting is the Euro.

Financial Disclosure

Insurance Delegates are advised to take out travel insurance to cover medical expenses, accidents, loss, etc. No responsibility will be accepted by the Meeting Organisers.

Financial disclosure information for Free Paper and Poster presentations is also available on the ESCRS website.

Opening Hours Registration Thursday 14 February Friday 15 February Saturday 16 February Sunday 17 February

12.00 – 18.00 07.30 – 20.00 07.15 – 18.00 08.30 – 13.00

Speaker Check-In Room Thursday 14 February Friday 15 February Saturday 16 February Sunday 17 February

12.00 – 18.00 07.30 – 19.00 07.15 – 18.00 08.15 – 11.30

Exhibition Friday 15 February Saturday 16 February Sunday 17 February

09.00 – 17.00 09.00 – 17.00 09.00 – 13.00

EBO Accredited Courses Courses with EBO accreditation: • Basic Optics Course • Cataract Surgery Didactic Course • Cornea Didactic Course • Refractive Surgery Didactic Course The European Board of Ophthalmology Diploma (EBOD) examination is a test of excellence in ophthalmology. The successful candidate may add the title ‘Fellow of the European Board of Ophthalmology (FEBO)’ after his/ her name. Attendance at the above courses may be beneficial to those planning on taking the EBOD examination. For further information on the EBO and EBOD please go to www.ebo-online.org

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Presenters are required to disclose all financial interests at the beginning of their presentation, highlighting those which are relevant to the presentation. If a presenter has no financial interest this should be declared on their opening slide.

CME Credits European Credits This Meeting has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 19 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert EACCME® credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Information on the process to convert EACCME® credits to AMA credits can be found at www.ama-assn.org/education/earn-creditparticipation-international-activities. Live educational activities occurring outside of Canada, recognised by the UEMS-EACCME® for ECMEC® credits are deemed to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Each participant can only receive the number of credits he/ she is entitled to according to his/her actual participation at the event once he/she has completed the feedback form for each session. The EACCME® awards ECMEC®s on the basis of 1 ECMEC® for one hour of CME with a maximum of 8 ECMEC®s per day. Each delegate should contact his/her national CME body directly in order to claim their credits for the Meeting.


GEN ERAL I N FORmATI O N ATM

Device Charging Stations

Location: Close to Conference Suite, Rooms 1-7

Location: Level 0 & -1

Boarding Pass Printing Station & Internet Access

Lost & Found Location: Registration Desk

Location: ESCRS Resource Centre, Level -1

Cafés and Restaurants Location: Please refer to Congress Centre map

Cloakroom Location: Entrance Level near Registration Desk

Meeting App To download the Meeting App search for ‘ESCRS Athens 2019’ in the Google Play or the App Store. Alternatively, use the mobile website m.escrs.org

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi is available free of charge throughout the congress centre.

Coffee Breaks Location: Exhibition Hall, Level 0 Complimentary coffee breaks are scheduled as follows: Friday 15 February

12.30 – 13.00

Saturday 16 February

11.00 – 11.30 16.00 – 16.30

Sunday 17 February

10.30 – 11.00

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FRI DAY

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Lunchtime Symposia

Lunchtime Symposia

Boxed Lunch Included

Boxed Lunch Included

12.45 – 14.15

13.00 – 14.00

Hall Skalkotas

Hall Skalkotas

Achieving Optimal Cataract Refractive Outcomes with Presbyopia and Toric Lens Technologies

Surgical Phaco Basics: Optimising Machine Settings for All Cases

Moderators:

T. Kohnen GERMANY R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Moderator:

P. Rosen

UK

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Supported by an independent medical educational grant from

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13.00 – 14.00 Room MC3

Implementing Ocular Surface Disease Treatment Strategies to Improve Surgical Outcomes Moderators:

B. Cochener-Lamard J. Güell SPAIN

FRANCE

New Concepts for Improving Patient Outcomes in Cataract Surgery Moderator:

F. Carones

ITALY

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NEW OPTICAL SOLUTIONS

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OCULUS Optikgeräte GmbH

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BAUSCH+LOMBT11

Omma Lite SA

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CARL ZEISST17

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Daud Jee Mfg Co.

OPTO HELLAS

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Peschke Trade Switzerland

T9

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PHARMEX SA

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RAFARM AEVE

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Reper-NN Ltd.

T24

SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions

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System Vision Biotechnology SA

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Avedro, Inc.

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T27 Level -1

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Tracey Technologies

Johnson & Johnson Vision

T15

Venus Medicine

Kite Hellas Ltd.

T20

Wisepress Medical Bookshop

Laboratoires Théa

T5

Medcon Ioannis Koronis

T13

MIDI Medical

T23

Ziemer Ophthalmic Systems AG ZWITTER PHARMACEUTICALS L.T.D.

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ESCRS would like to thank the following companies for their support of the Surgical Skills Training Courses:

Duckworth & Kent Ophthalmic Instrument Manufacturer

ESCRS would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the EuroTimes Satellite Education Programme:

ESCRS and HSIOIRS would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the Near Live Surgery Session:

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