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10–14 September

2016

XXXIV Congress of the ESCRS

Programme


Find your way.

Follow the programme tracks. SYMPOSIA YO CATARACT COMPLICATIONS CORNEA GLAUCOMA

In the Pocket Programme & the App


CONTENTS Board & Committees

2

Welcome from the President 

3

Programme Overview 

4

Surgical Skills Training Courses 

13

Scientific Programme – Saturday 

17

Scientific Programme – Sunday 

35

Scientific Programme – Monday 

57

Scientific Programme – Tuesday 

83

Scientific Programme – Wednesday 

101

ePoster Presentations 

103

Video Competition 

139

Video Library 

147

ESONT Ophthalmic Nurses and Technicians Meeting 

151

General Information 

157

Sponsors 

160

EuroTimes Satellite Education Programme 

162

Congress Centre & Exhibition Maps

167

List of Exhibitors 

175

Index 

181

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ESCRS BOARD & COMMITTEES President

Education Committee

David Spalton UK

Roberto Bellucci ITALY (CHAIRPERSON) Michael Amon AUSTRIA Alja Crnej SLOVENIA Merab Dvali GEORGIA Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Guna Laganovska LATVIA Pedro Meneres PORTUGAL Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Fatih Mehmet Mutlu TURKEY Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Richard Packard UK Vladimir Pfeifer SLOVENIA Paul Rosen UK David Spalton UK Marie-José Tassignon BELGIUM Jerome Vryghem BELGIUM

Secretary Oliver Findl AUSTRIA

Treasurer Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Board Members Michael Amon AUSTRIA Roberto Bellucci ITALY Massimo Busin ITALY Beatrice Cochener FRANCE Dan Epstein SWITZERLAND José Güell SPAIN Vikentia Katsanevaki GREECE Thomas Kohnen GERMANY Boris Malyugin RUSSIA Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Emanuel Rosen UK Paul Rosen UK Ulf Stenevi SWEDEN Jerome Vryghem BELGIUM

Programme Committee

Anders Behndig SWEDEN Merab Dvali GEORGIA Guy Kleinmann ISRAEL Guna Laganovska LATVIA Brian Little UK Pedro Meneres PORTUGAL Fatih Mehmet Mutlu TURKEY

David Spalton UK (CHAIRPERSON) Sava Barisic SERBIA Roberto Bellucci ITALY Beatrice Cochener FRANCE Dan Epstein SWITZERLAND Oliver Findl AUSTRIA José Güell SPAIN Vikentia Katsanevaki GREECE Brian Little UK Boris Malyugin RUSSIA Simonetta Morselli ITALY Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Nic Reus THE NETHERLANDS Ulf Stenevi SWEDEN Kaarina Vannas FINLAND

Finance Committee

Publications Committee

Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (CHAIRPERSON) Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Emanuel Rosen UK Paul Rosen UK David Spalton UK Ulf Stenevi SWEDEN

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

Co-Opted Board Members

General Purposes Committee Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Roberto Bellucci ITALY José Güell SPAIN Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS David Spalton UK

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Research Committee Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (CHAIRPERSON) Anders Behndig SWEDEN Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Damien Gatinel FRANCE Nino Hirnschall AUSTRIA Jesper Hjortdal DENMARK Guy Kleinmann ISRAEL Thomas Kohnen GERMANY François Malecaze FRANCE Joaquim Murta PORTUGAL

Mario Nubile ITALY Thomas Olsen DENMARK Ioannis Pallikaris GREECE David Spalton UK

Charity Committee David Spalton UK (CHAIRPERSON) José Güell SPAIN Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Ioannis Pallikaris GREECE

Cornea Committee Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (CHAIRPERSON) Roberto Bellucci ITALY Massimo Busin ITALY Beatrice Cochener FRANCE Günther Grabner AUSTRIA José Güell SPAIN Georgios Kymionis GREECE Jerome Vryghem BELGIUM

Ethics Committee Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Roberto Bellucci ITALY Paul McGinn IRELAND David Spalton UK

Practice Management & Development Committee Paul Rosen UK (CHAIRPERSON) Keith Barton UK Arthur Cummings IRELAND Sheraz Daya UK Guy Sallet BELGIUM

Young Ophthalmologists Committee Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Vasilios Diakonis GREECE Andrey Golovin RUSSIA Carlos Lisa SPAIN Michaela Netukova CZECH REPUBLIC Stefan Palkovits AUSTRIA Angela Panico ITALY Catarina Pedrosa PORTUGAL Martin Severinsen DENMARK Mehdi Shajari GERMANY Zaid Shalchi UK Nienke Visser THE NETHERLANDS Sylwia Wagner POLAND


WELCOME FROM THE PRESIDENT 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 Board and Officers of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons it is my great pleasure to welcome you to Copenhagen for the XXXIV Congress of the ESCRS. Our extensive scientific programme is aimed at cataract and refractive surgeons of all levels of experience, and includes numerous expert symposia and nearly 200 instructional and surgical skills training courses. The 2016 Ridley Medal Lecture will be given by José GÜell during the Opening Ceremony at 10.00 on Sunday morning. The title of the lecture is ’30 Years of Iris Claw IOLs’. Other highlights include the symposia with EuCornea and EURETINA on Saturday, and the ‘You Make the Call’ Video Symposium on Sunday afternoon. We are also pleased to continue with several new and interesting session formats introduced in recent years, designed to further enhance your experience at the Congress. The Poster Village is a highly interactive area where papers are presented by the authors in an informal setting. It has proven very popular with delegates wishing to engage in direct discussion with their colleagues. The Presbyopia Day will take place once again on Tuesday and includes the Presbyopia Workshop, the main symposium on ‘Managing the Ocular Surface Before and After Refractive Surgery’, a presented poster session, a free paper session and instructional courses. On Wednesday the ‘Best of the Best’ review session will take a look at some of the most interesting ideas that will emerge over the course of the congress, and is the perfect way to round off your week here in Copenhagen. There are a number of sessions and courses aimed specifically at young ophthalmologists and these are highlighted in the YO track in the pocket programme. Other highlighted programme tracks are Cataract Complications & Special Cases, Cornea, Glaucoma and Symposia. A programme of this size requires a lot of planning, and I would like to thank the members of the Programme and Education committees for their continued hard work. I would also like to thank the individuals and other societies who have contributed to the organisation of a scientific session or course. I hope you will find this Congress rewarding and enjoy your time in Copenhagen.

Yours sincerely,

David Spalton President, ESCRS

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FREE PAPERS:

VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON CHALLENGING CASES

P. 30

Cataract, AMD & Beyond

ESCRS/ EURETINA SYMPOSIUM

P. 26

AUDITORIUM A

CATARACT

Modern Corneal Transplantation

ESCRS/ EUCORNEA SYMPOSIUM

P. 25

HALL H1

REFRACTIVE

Stem Cells & the Eye

Presbyopia: Screening, Simulators, Adaption

OTHER

CLINICAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIA

OCT

Cataract & Macular Disease

P. 18

HALL H3

REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE

P. 20

HALL C1

Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric I

FREE PAPERS

P. 31

YO PROGRAMME

P. 21

HALL C2

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 26 MODERATED POSTER SESSION P. 28

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 22

POSTER VILLAGE

EU-EYE SYMPOSIUM

P. 24

AUDITORIUM 12

SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER Sessions


IC21 ICRS for Keratoconus & Post-LASIK Ectasia

IC24 Meibomian Gland Dysfunction & Chronic Blepharitis

IC14 Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery

IC05 Glaucoma Surgery: Modern Perspectives

IC26 Cybersight Telemedicine Programme for Patient Consultations

IC15 A Step-by-Step Approach to Successful DALK with Big Bubble Technique

IC06 LASIK: Basic Steps for Safety & Great Results

ROOM B6

IC28 DSAEK or DMEK: How to Choose the Correct Procedure

IC17 Mastering Subluxated Cataracts and IOLs: A Video-Based Course

IC09 IOL Calculation After Refractive Surgery

ROOM B7

IC25 Wavefront Optics for the NonMathematician

IC13 PRK, LASEK and Epi-LASIK

IC01 Basic Microsurgical Suturing Techniques for Beginners

P. 22

ROOM B8

IC30 Management of Angle-Closure Glaucoma

IC19 Explantation and Secondary IOL Video Course

IC10 Understanding OVDs to Optimise their Use in Cataract Surgery and Complications

ROOM B10

IC22 Boston Type 1 Keratoprosthesis

IC12 Basic Phaco (Part 2)

IC02 Basic Phaco (Part 1)

ROOM B11

IC29 Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery

IC16 How To Improve Your Refractive Surgery Outcomes by Skilful Interpretation of Corneal Mapping

IC04 Malpositioned Lenses: Optimal Surgical Management Techniques

HALL C3

Learning Phaco Chop: Pearls & Pitfalls

IC23

IC18 Managing Cataract Complications & Complex Cases

IC07 Conquering Capsule Complications

HALL C4

IC27 Techniques & Technologies to Conquer Brunescent Cataract

IC20 Toric IOLs Made Simple

IC08 Therapeutic Corneal Refractive Surgery: Achieving Excellent Outcomes in Complications After LASIK or PRK

HALL C5

P. 27

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17.00

IC11 LASIK: Surgical Tips in Primary & Secondary Cases, Comparison with Surface Ablation Technique

IC03 Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy

ROOM B4

P. 25

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ROOM B3

Instructional Courses SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER

P. 32

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FREE PAPERS:

You Make the Call

CATARACT

Corneal Inlays for Presbyopia Correction

REFRACTIVE

IOL Power Calculations

FREE PAPERS

FREE PAPERS

VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS

OTHER

Inflammation & Pathology

FREE PAPERS

P. 49

Posterior Capsule Opacification

FREE PAPERS

P. 40

HALL C2

P. 53

P. 55

VIDEO AWARDS SESSION

P. 46

Cataract Surgery Instrumentation/ Surgical Devices

FREE PAPERS

P. 45

FemtolaserAssisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS)

FREE PAPERS

P. 37

HALL C1

P. 52

Controversies in Cataract & Refractive Surgery

JCRS SYMPOSIUM

P. 46

Astigmatism Management in Cataract Surgery

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 45

OPENING CEREMONY & RIDLEY MEDAL LECTURE

P. 43

Cross-Linking

FREE PAPERS

P. 39

AUDITORIUM A

WORKSHOP ON VISUAL OPTICS

P. 36

HALL C3

Advanced Tips for a Beginner Surgeon

YO SESSION

P. 54

SMILE: Small Intrastromal Lenticule Extraction I

FREE PAPERS

P.P.000 38

HALL H1

ESONT FREE PAPERS

P. 152

ESONT INTERNATIONAL FORUM

P. 152

ROOM B2

ESONT SCANDINAVIAN SYMPOSIUM

P. 152

ROOM B9A

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 47 MODERATED POSTER SESSION P. 50

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 41

POSTER VILLAGE

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT MASTERCLASS 09.00 — 17.00 ROOM B11 P.41

Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric II

FREE PAPERS

P. 54

Glaucoma I

FREE PAPERS

P. 48

AUDITORIUM C6

SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER Sessions


IC62 Cloud Collaboration Tools

IC63 Glaucoma Surgery Techniques

IC114 DALK: From Standard Technique to New Frontiers

IC60 Open Sesame: Dealing with the Small Pupil

IC49 Overview of Phakic IOLs

IC64 When & How to Introduce Femtosecond Laser Cataract Surgery Into Training

IC53 How to Avoid the Mistakes We Made in Converting to DMEK

Schlemm’s Canal Surgery: Ab-Externo & Ab-Interno (Viscocanalostomy & Canaloplasty)

IC44

IC37 Update on Multifactorial Keratoconus & Ectasia Diagnosis & Progression Assessment

ROOM B6

IC66 Biometry for Ophthalmologists

IC56 My Perfect SMILE

IC48 Collagen Cross-Linking & Evolving Technology

IC38 Strategies for Very Dense Nuclei & Other Complicated Cases

ROOM B7

IC65 Femto Cataract: Pearls in Techniques & Management of Complications

IC51 Teaching Statistics in the Overall Context of Preparing & Writing a Scientific Paper

IC34 Corneal Topographic & Tomographic Indices in the Screening of Keratoconus Risk for Refractive Surgery

ROOM B8

IC68 All You Need to Know about Contact Lenses as a Refractive Surgeon

IC54 Femtophaco: Advancing Frontiers

IC41 Comprehensive Keratoplasty Techniques (Part 2)

IC40 Comprehensive Keratoplasty Techniques (Part 1)

P. 40

ROOM B9

IC67 Dry Eye After Cataract & Refractive Surgery

IC58 Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency & its Management

IC47 Achieving Optimal Cataract Surgery Outcomes in Eyes With Retinal Disease or Uveitis

IC32 DMEK Made Easy

ROOM B10

IC52 Visual Field Evaluation

IC31 Improving IOL Power Calculation

ROOM B12

IC59 The Perplexing Pupil: Too Small or Too Large

IC55 Phaco Nightmares & Worst Case Scenarios

IC43 Current State of Corneal Cross-Linking

IC36 Management of Complications During Cataract Surgery

HALL C4

IC61 DMEK 2.0: PullThrough Technique for Complete Standardisation

IC57 Managing Early Complications in Cataract Surgery

IC46 A Video Bouquet of Phaco Complications

IC39 Astigmatism Evaluation & Treatment: The Current State of the Art

HALL C5

P. 47

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17.00

IC50 Oculoplastic Surgery for Cataract & Refractive Surgeons

IC45 Corneal Biomechanics for the Clinician: Understanding the Basics

IC33 Toric IOLs & Femto-LRIs: The Planning Process & What to Do with Refractive Surprises

ROOM B5

P. 44

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15.00

14.00

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IC42 MIGS & Canaloplasty: Evolving New Glaucoma Surgeries

IC35 The Basics of Corneal Topography

ROOM B4

P. 39

12.00

11.00

10.00

09.00

08.00

ROOM B3

Instructional Courses SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER P. 56

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FREE PAPERS

CATARACT

Cataract Surgery Complications/ Management

Complex & Complicated Cataract Surgery

FREE PAPERS:

FREE PAPERS

P. 78

Cataract Surgery Outcomes/ Practice Styles/ Biometry

CSCRS SYMPOSIUM

P. 77

Getting Into Trouble?

SURGICAL VIDEO SESSION

P. 68

Femtosecond Laser Ophthalmic Surgery

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 69

Cataract Surgery Special Cases

Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal I

P. 67

FREE PAPERS

P. 59

ESONT SYMPOSIUM

P. 153

Corneal & Intraocular Correction of Presbyopia

P. 64 FREE PAPERS

HALL C2

Cornea Medical I

FREE PAPERS

P. 80

Imaging I

FREE PAPERS

P. 73

Cataract Surgery Management

OTHER

FREE PAPERS Cataract Surgery Equipment/ Instrumentation/ Surgical Devices II

P. 80

Surface Photoablation

FREE PAPERS

P. 72

Cornea Surgical I

FREE PAPERS

P. 60

HALL C1

REFRACTIVE

AUDITORIUM C6

FREE PAPERS

P. 58

AUDITORIUM A

Keratoconus & Phakic IOLs

FREE PAPERS

P. 79

FREE PAPERS Cataract Surgery Equipment/ Instrumentation/ Surgical Devices I

P. 71

HALL C5

Orbis

FREE PAPERS

P. 68

ROOM B10

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 71 MODERATED POSTER SESSION P. 75

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 65

POSTER VILLAGE

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 08.30 — 17.00 ROOM B9 P.64

Depth-of-Focus II

Pseudophakic IOLs: Enlarged-

FREE PAPERS

P. 77

Pseudophakic IOLs: EnlargedDepth-of-Focus I

P. 70 FREE PAPERS

P. 70

Glaucoma II

FREE PAPERS

P. 62

HALL C4

FREE PAPERS Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery (Femto & Other Types of Lasers)

LASIK

FREE PAPERS

P. 61

HALL C3

MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER Sessions


IC98 Ocular Trauma Assessment & Management

IC99 Ocular Surface Masterclass

IC89 Measuring, Marking & Managing Astigmatism in Cataract Surgery & RLE

IC102 Cataract Surgery in Complicated Cornea Cases

IC90 Complications in LASIK: Prevention & Management

IC81 A Step-by-Step Approach to DMEK

IC74 IOL Power Calculation Update by the IOL Power Club

IC104 Gonioscopy & Angle Imaging

IC92 Optimising Toric IOL Outcomes

IC82 Astigmatism Management with Toric IOL

IC75 Management of Challenging Cataract Cases

ROOM B4

IC100 Comprehensive Anterior Segment Evaluation for Cataract & Refractive Surgery

IC91 Multifocal, Toric Multifocal & Accommodative IOL: Face the Challenge

IC85 Posterior Capsule Rupture: Mastering Vitrectomy & IOL Implantation

IC69 Fundamentals of Medical & Surgical Retina for Cataract & Refractive Surgeons

ROOM B5

Intraoperative OCT for Anterior Segment Surgery

IC105

IC94 Primary Posterior Capsulorhexis: Indications & Surgical Techniques

IC83 Tear Film Osmolarity: Possibilities, Utility & Direction in Corneal Refractive & RefractiveCataract Practices

IC76 Enhanced Ectasia Screening for Refractive Candidates: From Corneal Topography & Pachymetry to 3D Tomography & Biomechanics

ROOM B6

IC107 Management of Cataract Patients With Pterygium

IC101 Anesthesia for the Anterior Segment Surgeon

IC97 FLACS: The State of the Art

IC70 Strategies & Techniques for IOL Exchange

ROOM B10

IC106

IC93 Glaucoma Surgery for the Cataract Surgeon

IC86 Corneal Surgery Assisted by Femtosecond Laser

IC71 Endophthalmitis After Cataract Surgery & Intravitreal Injections

ROOM B8

Flow Chart Guide to Decisions in Modern Cataract Surgery

IC95 DMEK Challenges

IC84 Management of Cataract in Challenging Cases

IC77 Keratoconus: From Diagnosis to Treatment

ROOM B7

Dalk: How to Standardise & Master This Procedure

IC103

IC96 Modern Diagnostic & Therapeutic Techniques for Irregular Cornea

IC87 Refractive Surgery Options After Corneal Transplantation

IC78 Keratoconus: A Case-Based Approach

ROOM B11

P. 74

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IC88 Phaco Techniques & Complications

IC80 Treatment Strategy for Custom Ablation of Visually Disturbing Irregular Astigmatism After Refractive Surgery & in Keratoconus

IC73 Complications & Expanding Applications of Corneal Cross-Linking

ROOM B3

P. 67

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IC79 Anterior Segment Surgical Solutions for Secondary Repair of Post-Traumatic Eyes

IC72 Toric IOLs: Easily Done

ROOM B2

P. 63

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09.00

08.00

ROOM B1

Instructional Courses MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER

P. 81

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FREE PAPERS:

Presbyopia Correction

FREE PAPERS

P. 96

Accommodation in Depth

PRESBYOPIA WORKSHOP

P. 92

PRESBYOPIA DAY

Management of the Ocular Surface Before & After Refractive Surgery

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 90

AUDITORIUM A

CATARACT

Corneal Biomechanics

FREE PAPERS

P. 98

Combined Cataract Surgery: Techniques/ Practice Styles

FREE PAPERS

P. 92

Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal II

FREE PAPERS

P. 84

Imaging II

OTHER

Pseudophakic IOLs: Monofocal/ Accommodative

FREE PAPERS

P. 98

FREE PAPERS Photoablation

FREE PAPERS

P. 94

Cornea Surgical II

P. 93

FREE PAPERS

Paediatric Cataract Surgery

P. 86

HALL C2

FREE PAPERS

P. 85

HALL C1

REFRACTIVE

AUDITORIUM C6

SMILE: Small Intrastromal Lenticule Extraction II

FREE PAPERS

P. 97

Investigations & Complications Management

FREE PAPERS

P. 91

Cornea Medical II

FREE PAPERS

P. 87

HALL C3

(ends 20.00)

ISRS SYMPOSIUM

P. 99

AUDITORIUM 10

P. 95 MODERATED POSTER SESSION

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 88

POSTER VILLAGE

TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER Sessions


18.00

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10.00

09.00

08.00

IC116 Achieving Success in DALK: Common Pitfalls & Their Avoidance

IC108 Artificial Iris Implantation

ROOM B3

IC117 Phototherapeutic Keratectomy: From Irregular Corneas to Retreatment After Refractive Surgery

IC111 Managing Phaco Complications in Rock Hard Cataracts

ROOM B6

IC118 Thin Manual Endothelial Keratoplasty

IC109 Paediatric Penetrating Keratoplasty

ROOM B8

IC119 Cornea & Glaucoma

IC113 Intraocular Suturing

ROOM B10

IC110 Ray Tracing for IOL Power Calculation

ROOM B11

IC122

Correcting Presbyopia Using Corneal Inlay Technologies

IC115 Presbyopia Lens Surgery

ROOM B12

IC120 Refractive & Cataract Surgery Nightmares

IC112 ReLEx SMILE: Scientific Summary & Surgical Tips & Pearls

HALL C4

IC121 Management of Paediatric Cataracts

HALL C5

Instructional Courses TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

P. 96

P. 88

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12.00

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10.00

09.00

08.00

Better Outcomes in Glaucoma

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 102

AUDITORIUM 10

‘BEST OF THE BEST’ REVIEW SESSION

P. 102

AUDITORIUM 15

WEDNESDAY 14 SEPTEMBER Sessions


SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING COURSES Wetlab rooms are located in Hall H

Course No

Cost per course: €100 (plus VAT) Time

Course

Capacity

Saturday 10 September Room 3

1

16.00 – 18.30

Intraocular and Transcleral Suturing

8

Room 4

2

09.45 – 11.30

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

3

12.00 – 13.45

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

4

14.15 – 16.00

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

5

16.30 – 18.15

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

Room 5

6

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

7

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

8

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

Sunday 11 September Room 1

9

08.00 – 10.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

10

10.30 – 12.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

11

13.30 – 15.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

12

16.30 – 18.00

Artisan Phakic IOL

8

Room 2

13

08.30 – 10.30

Boston Keratoprosthesis (B-KPro)

8

14

11.00 – 13.00

Boston Keratoprosthesis (B-KPro)

8

15

13.30 – 15.30

DSEK Keratoplasty

6

16

16.00 – 18.00

DMEK Keratoplasty

6

Room 3

17

09.00 – 10.30

LASIK

16

18

11.00 – 12.30

LASIK

16

19

13.00 – 14.30

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK

16

20

16.30 – 18.00

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK

16

Room 4

21

14.00 – 16.00

INTACS

16

22

16.30 – 18.30

KeraRings

16

Room 5

23

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

8

24

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Scleral Suturing Techniques

8

25

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Trauma Suturing Techniques

8

26

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques

8

08.00 – 09.30

Artisan Phakic IOL

8 16

Monday 12 September Room 1

27

28

10.00 – 12.00

Ophtec Toric IOL

29

14.00 – 16.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

30

16.30 – 18.30

Posterior Capsulorhexis ‘bag in lens’

16

Room 2

31

08.00 – 10.00

Viscocanalostomy (Glaucoma)

8

32

10.30 – 12.30

Viscocanalostomy (Glaucoma)

8

33

13.30 – 15.30

Glaucoma Canaloplasty

8

34

16.00 – 18.00

Glaucoma Canaloplasty

8

Room 3

35

08.30 – 10.00

LASIK

16

36

10.30 – 12.00

LASIK

16

37

13.00 – 14.30

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK

16

38

15.00 – 17.00

DSEK Keratoplasty

6

Room 4

39

09.00 – 11.00

Refractive success with the AcrySof Toric IOL

16

40

11.30 – 13.30

KeraRings

16

41

14.00 – 16.00

Lens Explantation

8

42

16.30 – 18.30

Lens Explantation

8

13


SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING COURSES Room 5

43

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

8

44

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Scleral Suturing Techniques

8

45

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Trauma Suturing Techniques

8

46

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques

8

Tuesday 13 September Room 1

47

08.00 – 09.30

Micro-Incision Phaco

8

48

10.30 – 12.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

49

13.30 – 15.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

50

16.00 – 18.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

Room 2

51

08.00 – 10.00

Glaucoma Canaloplasty

8

52

10.30 – 12.30

Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy

16

53

13.00 – 15.00

Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy

16

54

15.30 – 18.30

Modern MIGS Techniques

16

Phaco: Management of Complications for beginners

8

Room 3 55 08.00 – 10.00

56

10.30 – 12.30

Phaco: Management of Complications

8

57

13.00 – 15.00

Phaco: Management of Complications

8

58

15.30 – 17.30

Phaco Management of Complications

8

Room 4

59

08.30 – 10.30

Ferrara Rings

16

60

11.00 – 13.00

INTACS

16

61

13.30 – 15.30

Lens Explantation

8

62

16.00 – 18.00

Lens Explantation

8

Room 5

63

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

8

64

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Scleral Suturing Techniques

8

65

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Trauma Suturing Techniques

8

66

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques

8

Practice Room

Phacoemulsification Dry-Labs

The Wetlab Practice Room is located beside the wetlab rooms and is available for any wetlab participants to further the skills they have learned.

VR Magic virtual reality machines will be available for delegates to use from Sunday 11 to Tuesday 13 September.

The Practice Room will provide facilities for participants to continue practicing the following: • Artisan Phakic IOL • Phacoemulsification • PRK

This equipment allows participants to try the basic phacoemulsification procedure in a 'dry lab' environment. Each participant will be able to spend 30 minutes working on one of the machines. Use of the machines is FREE OF CHARGE, but will run on a first come, first served basis. Reserve a space with the hostess outside the Practice Room.

• Suturing • Viscocanalostomy Use of the Practice Room is FREE OF CHARGE but spaces are limited, so admission will be strictly on a first come, first served basis. Reserve a space with the hostess located outside the room.

Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery Hands-On Training Courses Training courses on the LenSx, VICTUS and FEMTO LDV Z8 lasers are available. These courses will involve a brief training overview in the key laser parameters, settings and controls. Each participant will have the opportunity to perform the femto portion of a surgery. Courses run all day from Saturday to Tuesday. Pre-book your ticket at the Registration Desk Cost: €50 (plus VAT) per course.

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SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING COURSES Pre-Requisite Instructional Courses Wetlab participants should attend the relevant pre-requisite instructional course in order to gain theoretical knowledge prior to hands-on training

Basic Phacoemulsification

Lens Explantation

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 02 and No.12

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No.19

(This is a four hour course consisting of two instructional courses, each of two hours duration)

LASIK (Laser in situ Keratomileusis) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 06 or No. 11

Basic Suturing Techniques

Modern MIGS Techniques for Beginners

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 01

RE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 14

Boston Keratoprosthesis (B-KPro)

Phaco: Management of Complications

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 22

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 88

Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy

Phakic IOLs

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 03

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 49

DSEK and DMEK Keratoplasty PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 40 and No. 41

Ferrara Rings, KeraRings and INTACS PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 21

Posterior Capsulorhexis “Bag in the Lens” PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 94

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 13

Glaucoma Canaloplasty (Enhanced Viscocanalostomy)

Refractive Success with AcrySof Toric IOL

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 44

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 89

Intraocular & Transcleral Suturing Techniques

Viscocanalostomy (Glaucoma)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No.04

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 44

Faculty 

Course Number

F. Akata TURKEY46



Course Number

N. Gangopadhyay INDIA62



Course Number

R. Packard UK63

Y. Akova TURKEY66

S. Garcia SPAIN

7

J. Parker THE NETHERLANDS 16

R. Angunawela UK42

S. Garcia-Delpech SPAIN

22,40

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA1

E. Assia ISRAEL1

M. Grieshaber SWITZERLAND

32,51

R. Quilendrino THE NETHERLANDS16

B. Aslan TURKEY24

P. Harvey UK3

A. Barbara ISRAEL21

V. Jasinskas LITHUANIA 

L. Baydoun THE NETHERLANDS16

V. Katsanevaki GREECE

18

C. Billotte FRANCE

Z. Khoueir LEBANON

54

N. Koerber GERMANY 

34

J. Bolger UK

30 56,57,58

31,33

A. Borthakur INDIA61

D. Kook GERMANY

C. Budo BELGIUM

65

C. Koppen BELGIUM

52,53

15, 26

V. Liarakos GREECE 

16

K. Mandal UK

55

D. Calladine UK

A. Chakrabarti INDIA29

7,44

B. Cosar TURKEY66

S. Manning IRELAND6

A. Crnej USA13,14,41

K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND

A. Cruzat USA 

K. Mikek SLOVENIA

L. De Benito Llopis SPAIN  I. Dekaris CROATIA K. Ditzen GERMANY

13,14,41

54 4,5,52,53

42

R. Mohan INDIA

48

50

S. Morselli ITALY

47

35,36

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND64

A. Dmitriew POLAND39

T. Müller THE NETHERLANDS16

J. Durán de la Colina SPAIN12

G. Muñoz SPAIN

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

19,20,37

28

F. Mutlu TURKEY43

M. Fernandes INDIA41,61

S. Ní Dhubhghaill IRELAND

30

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND

M. Núñez COLUMBIA

60

4,5

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS 

11

M. Rodriguez-Calvo-de Mora

THE NETHERLANDS16

T. Rudolph SWEDEN A. Sabala SPAIN

8 38

P. Schollmayer SLOVENIA9 J. Sengupta INDIA62 D. Siganos GREECE

17

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

10

S. Stunf SLOVENIA23 F. Sutter SWITZERLAND2 M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

30

M. Tekavcic Pompe SLOVENIA

45

L. Torquetti BRAZIL

59

A. Toso ITALY

47

K. van Dijk THE NETHERLANDS16 K. Vannas FINLAND

49

N. Vidovic Valentincic SLOVENIA

25

A. Wolf GERMANY44 L. Zunino ARGENTINA

27

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Young Ophthalmologists Programme STARTING PHACO (INC. YO VIDEOS) SATURDAY 08:30 – 16:00 > HALL C2

REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE SATURDAY 08:30 – 17:30 > HALL C1

Instructional Course 03 CORNEAL CROSS-LINKING THERAPY SATURDAY 10:30 – 12:30 > ROOM B3

Instructional Course 23 LEARNING PHACO CHOP: PEARLS & PITFALLS SATURDAY 17:00 – 18:00 > HALL C4 WORKSHOP ON VISUAL OPTICS SUNDAY 08:00 – 17:45 > HALL C3

Instructional Course 57 MANAGING EARLY COMPLICATIONS IN CATARACT SURGERY SUNDAY 14:30 – 16:30 > HALL C5

Instructional Course 66

YO Session MY SECOND TWO HUNDRED CASES: ADVANCED TIPS FOR A BEGINNER SURGEON SUNDAY 16:00 – 18:00 > HALL H1

BIOMETRY FOR OPHTHALMOLOGISTS SUNDAY 17:00 – 18:00 > ROOM B7

Instructional Course 72 TORIC IOLS: EASILY DONE MONDAY 08:00 – 10:00 > ROOM B1

Instructional Course 98 OCULAR TRAUMA ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT MONDAY 17:00 – 18:00 > ROOM B1

Instructional Course 101 ANESTHESIA FOR THE ANTERIOR SEGMENT SURGEON MONDAY 17:00 – 18:00 > ROOM B8


Saturday 10 September

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SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 17.30

Clinical Research Symposia Innovations in Diagnostics and Translational Research: Our Journey Towards Improved Clinical Outcomes

SATURDAY

Hall H3

08.30 – 10.30

11.00 – 13.00

Cataract and Macular Disease

OCT

Chairpersons:

Chairpersons:

T. Kohnen GERMANY R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

08.30

S. Wolf SWITZERLAND Which diagnostics predict the risk–benefit curve best in patients with cataract and macular disease?

08.45

T. Olsen USA Cataract surgery in patients with AMD: indication and risks

09.00

Discussion

09.10

M. Mura THE NETHERLANDS Combined cataract and vitreoretinal surgery

09.25

L. Wielders THE NETHERLANDS Treatment and prevention of post lens surgery macular edema

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA D. Spalton UK

11.00

L. Schmetterer AUSTRIA HD corneal OCT

11.15

C. Lisa SPAIN Intraoperative OCT: pretty pictures or indispensable surgical tool?

11.30

Discussion

11.40

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA OCT biometry: the new frontier

11.55

G. Mossböck AUSTRIA Nerve fibers, ganglion cells and visual fields

12.10

Discussion

09.40

Discussion

12.20

09.50

F. Bandello ITALY How to prepare the diabetic retinopathy patient for cataract surgery

M. Lupidi ITALY OCT angiography: the game changer

12.35

P. Stanga UK Macula changes after cataract surgery

10.05

A. Augustin GERMANY Are filtering IOLs beneficial in retinal diseases?

12.50

Discussion

13.00

End of session

10.20

Discussion

10.30

End of session

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SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER

Clinical Research Symposia

13.30 – 15.30

15.30 – 17.30

Presbyopia: Screening, Simulators, Adaption

Stem Cells and the Eye

Chairpersons:

Chairpersons:

13.30

P. Artal SPAIN Adaptive optics simulations in presbyopia

13.45

S. Marcos SPAIN Handheld device for stimulating multifocal lens outcomes

14.00

Discussion

14.10

M. Castelo Branco PORTUGAL Neuroadaptation/neuroplasticity in multifocal IOLs: role of functional magnetic resonance imaging (FMRI)

14.25

M. McDonald USA Microperimetry for macular function assessment in multifocal IOLs

14.40

Discussion

14.50

I. Pallikaris GREECE The lens dysfunctional index and RLE candidates

15.05

H. Ginis GREECE Starlight and glare induced by presbyopic corrections

15.20

Discussion

15.30

End of session

R. Bellucci ITALY U. Stenevi SWEDEN

15.30

H. Dua UK The role of limbal stem cells in epithelium homeostasis and regeneration

15.45

M. Nubile ITALY In vivo confocal microscopic imaging in limbal stem cell deficiency

16.00

Discussion

16.10

G. Pellegrini ITALY Stem cells: what is it all about?

16.25

F. Kruse GERMANY Limbal stem cell transplantation

16.35

Discussion

16.50

S. Basu USA Regeneration of stromal stem cells

17.05

S. Kinoshita JAPAN Endothelial stem cells

17.20

Discussion

17.30

End of session

SATURDAY

J. Murta PORTUGAL I. Pallikaris GREECE

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SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 17.30

EBO Accredited see p.158

Refractive Surgery Didactic Course Hall C1

Part 1

Part 2

Moderators:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND C. Roberts USA

G. Grabner AUSTRIA V. Katsanevaki GREECE

08.30

D. Siganos GREECE Patient selection and preoperative preparation

14.30

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Presbyopia

08.45

V. Diakonis GREECE Lasers in refractive surgery

14.50

R. Applegate USA Quality of vision evaluation

09.00

R. Bellucci ITALY LASIK: surgical technique

15.10

C. Roberts USA Biomechanics of the cornea

09.20

D. Touboul FRANCE Intracorneal ring segments for ectatic disease

15.30

J. Güell SPAIN Refractive reoperations and enhancements

09.30

J. Krumeich GERMANY Overview of microkeratomes

15.50

V. Katsanevaki GREECE Non-optical complications of LASIK and corneal surgery

09.50

C. Roberts USA Corneal topography and IOL power calculation

16.15 Break

10.15 Break

SATURDAY

Moderators:

16.25

V. Katsanevaki GREECE Optical complications of refractive surgery

10.25

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND Results of corneal refractive surgery

16.40

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Complications of phakic IOLs

10.45

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Surface ablation techniques (SATs): surgical technique

17.00

J. Alió SPAIN Customised ablational procedures

11.05

T. Kohnen GERMANY Incisional and coagulative corneal procedures: principles, technique and results

17.15

J. Alió SPAIN Case report and discussion

11.20

P. Rosen UK Refractive lens exchange

17.30

End of session

11.40

A. Marinho PORTUGAL Overview of phakic IOLs

12.00

O. Findl AUSTRIA Multifocal IOLs

12.15

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Case report and discussion

12.30 Break

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SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 16.00

Young Ophthalmologists Programme Starting Phaco Including ‘Learning from the Learners’ (video cases submitted by young ophthalmologists) Hall C2

08.30

P. Rosen UK Preparing for the first operation

08.45

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA Biometry: what you need to know

09.00 – 10.30

Discussants: N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS, P. Rosen UK, R. Packard UK

09.00

B. Strong IRELAND Introduction to ESCRS iLearn

09.05

14.15 – 16.00

Discussants: B. Malyugin RUSSIA, P. Rosen UK

14.15

S. Manning IRELAND Using EUREQUO for documentation and audit

14.30

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Small pupil / floppy iris

Video Authors: E. Cabourne UK, L. Maubon UK

15.15

P. Rosen UK Managing the torn posterior capsule and the dropped nucleus

R. Packard UK Incisions, OVD

Video Authors: P. Agarwal INDIA, L. Chow CHINA, H. Vannadil INDIA, Z. Yap SINGAPORE

09.45

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Capsulorhexis, hydrodissection

16.00 End of session

Video Authors: M. Arunakirinathan UK, C. Mayer AUSTRIA, T. Om Parkash INDIA, D. Patel UK, S. Romeo SPAIN

10.30 – 12.45

Discussants: R. Bellucci ITALY, L. Benjamin UK

10.30

O. Findl AUSTRIA Phacoemulsification I: getting a crack

Video Authors: A. Agarwal INDIA, R. Chaudhary INDIA, J. Huelle UK

11.15

L. Benjamin UK Phacoemulsification II

12.00

R. Bellucci ITALY Intraocular lenses: tricks

Video Authors: A. Amisano ITALY, M. Arroyo ARGENTINA, L. Blanca Alfaya Muñoz SPAIN, C. Guang Wei Wesley SINGAPORE

SATURDAY

Chairpersons: O. Findl AUSTRIA S. Morselli ITALY K. Vannas FINLAND

12.45 Break

Text your questions to the chairpersons +353 87 462 1568

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SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 09.30

09.30 – 10.50

Instructional Course

Presented Poster Session

IC01* Basic microsurgical suturing techniques

Congenital Cataract Surgery

EBO

for beginners (B)

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND, K. Mikek SLOVENIA, B. Bachmann GERMANY, A. Geerards THE NETHERLANDS Room B8

Poster Village: Pod 1 Facilitator: Z. Shalchi UK 09.30

D. Borroni, K. Bajracharya, I. Orube, E. Elksnis, K. Ozols, M. Ferronato, A. Zemitis ITALY Congenital cataract in microphthalmic eyes: surgery plus genetic evaluation

09.40

U. Inan, E. Norman, E. Ertan, R. Duman, S. Inan TURKEY Microspherophakia managed with phacoemulsification and endocapsular intraocular lens implantation

09.50

S. Kıvanç, A. Özmen TURKEY Intraocular lens implantation in microphthalmic aphakia in children

10.00

P. Patil Chhablani, S. Senthil, R. Kekunnaya, A. Majeed Mir INDIA A study of the anterior segment angle in infants with congenital cataract

10.10

A. Özmen, S. Kıvanç, S. Yasar, Z. Onaran TURKEY Optical rehabilitation and complications of congenital cataracts with microphthalmia

10.20

M. Yugay, A. Ryabtseva, I. Tarabanko RUSSIA Implantation of toric IOLs in children

10.30

V. Figueiredo Silva, A. Lottelli Rodrigues, P. de Paula Yoneda, R. Rintaro Kanatani BRAZIL Diopter power measurement of intraocular lens (IOL) based on population estimated keratometry study in paediatric cataract surgery

10.40

A. Oral, U. Calli, N. Tutas Gunaydin, E. Goktas, D. Yaprak, A. Karatay Arsan TURKEY Cataract surgery with primary intraocular lens implantation in bilateral and unilateral congenital cataracts

10.50

End of session

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate

SATURDAY

Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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09.30 – 11.00

09.30 – 11.00

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Femtosecond-Assisted Refractive Surgery

Medical Cornea

Poster Village: Pod 2

Poster Village: Pod 3

Facilitator: N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS

Facilitator: M. Severinsen DENMARK

09.30

B. Jaber JORDAN Femtosecond-assisted LASIK for post PKP patients

09.40

M. Bohac, M. Anticic, M. Koncarevic, A. Dukic, N. Gabric, S. Patel CROATIA Is the flap meniscus or planar? A comparison of flap profiles between three microkeratomes, two mechanical and one femtosecond laser

09.50

S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA Results of small-incision lenticule extraction for astigmatism correction with manual cyclotorsion compenSaturday 10 September ion

10.00

O. Kostin, S. Rebrikov, A. Ovchinnikov, A. Stepanov RUSSIA The results of laser correction of ametropia using CIRCLE method after femtosecond laser SMILE (small-incision lenticule extraction) operation

10.10

I. Osman, H. Helali, A. Elmassry, M. Abdalla EGYPT Corneal biomechanical evaluation in SMILE and LASIK using the ocular response analyser and the CorVis machines

10.20

S. Rebrikov, O. Kostin, A. Ovchinnikov, A. Stepanov RUSSIA Influence of corneal cap parameters during SMILE operation on functional results in patients with myopia and complex myopic astigmatism

09.30

A. Wan Ab Kadir, S. Ngu, V. Subrayan, R. Argawal MALAYSIA Efficacy of topical piperacillin/tazobactam (Tazocin) in the treatment of Pseudomonas aeruginosa-induced keratitis in rabbits

09.40

S. Egrilmez, O. Selver, M. Dag, S. Hasanov TURKEY The utility of colistin in multiple drug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacterial keratitis in a Kaposi’s sarcoma patient

09.50

D. Borroni, A. Gautam, K. Bajracharya ITALY Fungal infections of the cornea: evaluation and treatment

10.00

P. Garala, V. Thakrar, M. Rana UK Audit on management of Acanthamoeba keratitis at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire

10.10

I. Garcia Del Moral, J. Martinez Jerez, A. Solans Perez De Larraya, M. Gonzalez Gallardo SPAIN Effectiveness of Cacicol® in the treatment of corneal defects and restoring ocular surface

10.20

J. Hoyos-Chacon, M. Cigales, J. Hoyos SPAIN Epithelial pseudokeratoconus

10.30

E. Mrukwa-Kominek, E. Kurzak, S. Wagner POLAND The influence of hyperosmotic contact lens on corneal thickness in Fuchs' endothelial dystrophy

10.30

A. Gyldenkerne, A. Ivarsen, J. Hjortdal DENMARK Femtosecond laser-assisted anterior lamellar keratoplasty (FS-ALK) with consecutive excimer laser ablation below the graft: a case series

10.40

H. Hasani, A. Baradaran-Rafii R. Shamsoddini Motlagh IRAN Rho-associated kinase (ROCK) inhibitor role in the management of persistent corneal graft edema

10.40

A. Ghanem EGYPT Corneal biomechanical parameters, corneal sensitivity: small-incision lenticule extraction vs femtosecond laser-assisted laser in situ keratomileusis

10.50

T. Akcetin, K. Eltutar, S. Gurkan, B. Karini TURKEY Efficacy of subconjunctival bevacizumab in recurrent pterygium

11.00

End of session

10.50

D. Holland, T. Herbst, N. Grada GERMANY Laser-assisted cataract surgery (LACS) combined with arcuate incisions (AI) for astigmatism correction using the Cassini LENSAR™ laser system in combination with the streamline software

11.00

End of session

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER


SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

10.00 – 11.00

Presented Poster Session

EU-EYE Symposium

Toric IOL I

Auditorium 12

Poster Village: Pod 4

Chairperson:

Facilitator: A. Golovin RUSSIA

This session will discuss processes and methods for completing successful EU grant applications. It will feature presentations from ophthalmologists who have successfully accessed EU research funds.

SATURDAY

09.30

D. Schartmüller, S. Schriefl, C. Leydolt, R. Menapace AUSTRIA Impact of a capsular tension ring on the rotational stability of a single-piece hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lens

09.40

E. Kokareva, A. Kulikov, N. Kotova RUSSIA IOLMaster or Pentacam HR in AcrySof® Toric IQ IOL calculation?

09.50

S. Nakano, T. Hiraoka, T. Oshika JAPAN Results of toric intraocular lens implantation using surgical guidance and AS-OCT orientation

10.00

N. Shroff, G. Singh, R. Dutta, A. Koul, S. Jyoti INDIA Analysis of postoperative alignment error of toric intraocular lenses by ray-tracing aberrometry and slit lamp, and its correlation with visual outcome

10.10

R. Ang PHILIPPINES Comparison of cylinder correction, rotational stability and refractive outcomes between C-Loop and double C-Loop design toric intraocular lens

10.20

B. Thomas, J. Eisenmenger, V. Friederich, S. Laupp, G. Auffarth, M. Holzer GERMANY Clinical outcomes after implantation of the Precizon Toric intraocular lens

10.30

A. Kalaydzhiev, L. Voynov BULGARIA Correction of small astigmatism with a toric intraocular lens by using the Verion system

10.40

K. Vandekerckhove SWITZERLAND Evaluation of the rotational stability of toric IOL: importance of head positioning and cyclotorsion

10.50

C. Azenha, J. Costa, M. Marques, M. Silva, A. Rosa, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL Cataract surgery with toric intraocular lens with and without intraoperative aberrometry

11.00

End of session

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E. Stefansson ICELAND

The session is open to all ESCRS, EURETINA, and EuCornea delegates.


SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 10.30 – 12.30

11.00 – 13.00

Instructional Courses

ESCRS/EuCornea Symposium

IC02* Basic phacoemulsification (Part 1) (B)

Modern Corneal Transplantation

K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS, A. Chakrabarti INDIA, N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Room B11

IC03* Corneal cross-linking therapy (B)

K. Mikek SLOVENIA, C. Koppen BELGIUM, D. O’Brart UK, T. Seiler SWITZERLAND, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND Room B3

IC04* Malpositioned lenses: optimal surgical management techniques (A) B. Malyugin RUSSIA, E. Assia ISRAEL, K. Rosenthal USA, V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, A. Crandall USA Hall C3

IC05 Glaucoma surgery: modern perspectives (A) K. Barton UK, N. Anand UK, S. Lim UK, T. Shaarawy SWITZERLAND Room B4

Hall H1 Chairpersons: 11.00

P. Fournié FRANCE PK: still an option in selected cases

11.15

V. Borderie FRANCE DALK: when and how

11.30

Discussion

11.40

S. Hannush USA Endothelial keratoplasty: why I prefer DSAEK

11.55

F. Kruse GERMANY Endothelial keratoplasty: why I prefer DMEK

12.10

Discussion

12.20

F. Larkin UK Complications of corneal transplantation: early recognition and early treatment

12.35

J. Güell SPAIN When is a re-graft indicated?

12.50

Discussion

13.00

End of session

This course is organised by the European Glaucoma Society

IC06* LASIK: basic steps for safety and great results (B) A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, J. Vryghem BELGIUM, G. Pamel USA, A. Stojanovic NORWAY, A. Sedky EGYPT Room B6

F. Malecaze FRANCE (EUCORNEA) R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (ESCRS)

SATURDAY

EBO

IC07 Conquering capsule complications (I) D. Chang USA, S. Nichamin USA, R. Osher USA Hall C4

IC08 Therapeutic corneal refractive surgery: achieving excellent outcomes in complications after LASIK or PRK (A) D. Reinstein UK, G. Carp UK, T. Archer UK, S. Guglielmetti SOUTH AFRICA Hall C5

IC09 IOL calculation after refractive surgery (I) EBO

W. Haigis GERMANY, J. Aramberri SPAIN, K. Hoffer USA, D. Koch USA, N. Rosa ITALY, J. Stevens UK Room B7

IC10 Understanding ophthalmic viscosurgical EBO devices (OVDs) to optimise their use in cataract surgery and complications (I)

S. Arshinoff CANADA Room B10

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

14.00 – 15.00

ESCRS/EURETINA Symposium

Moderated Poster Session

Cataract, AMD and Beyond

Hot Topics in Refractive Surgery

Auditorium A

Poster Village: Pod 1

Chairpersons: U. Schmidt-Erfurth AUSTRIA (EURETINA) D. Spalton UK (ESCRS)

Moderators:

14.00

A. Pollreisz AUSTRIA OCT angiography

14.15

E. Zrenner GERMANY Current status of electronic retinal implants for visual rehabilitation

14.30

Discussion

14.40

G. Silvestri UK Intraocular telescopes and magnifiers

14.55

L. da Cruz UK Advances in the treatment of dry AMD

15.10

Discussion

15.20

R. Yeoh SINGAPORE AMD and cataract surgery

15.35

J. García-Arumí SPAIN Is retinal detachment after cataract surgery preventable?

15.50

Discussion

16.00

End of session

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J. Hjortdal DENMARK S. Morselli ITALY

14.00

J. Palomino Bautista, A. Castillo, M. Romero, D. Carmona, J. Cristobal Bescos, M. del Buey SPAIN A European multicenter study of the new extended focus intraocular lens

14.10

G. Sachdev, M. Sachdev, R. Sachdev, H. Gupta INDIA Unilateral corneal ectasia following small incision lenticule extraction

14.20

J. Alió, P. Sanz Diez, F. Versaci, S. Faini, A. Vega-Estrada SPAIN Neural network to guide keratoconus treatment with ICRS

14.30

C. Bouza, A. Rodero, G. Bolivar, C. Villa, M. Teus SPAIN Analysis of the intraocular pressure rise during femtolaser-assisted flap creation: a comparison of three different FS platforms

14.40

O. Levy, P. Loriaut, L. Jouve, C. Temstet, V. Borderie, N. Bouheraoua, L. Laroche FRANCE A new combined technique of deep intrastromal arcuate keratotomy with in situ keratomileusis (DIAKIK) for the treatment of high astigmatism in a post-keratoplasty context

14.50

K. Termote, D. Lin, S. Holland, S. Mosquera BELGIUM Ocular scattering index after SmartSurfACE ablation with SCHWIND AMARIS

15.00

End of session


SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 14.30 – 16.30

IC20 Toric IOLs made simple (I) NEW

Instructional Courses IC11* LASIK: update with surgical tips in primary and secondary cases – basic comparison with surface ablation technique (B) D. Elies Amat SPAIN, F. Malecaze FRANCE, J. Gaytan-Melicoff MEXICO, A. Marinho PORTUGAL, J. Aramberri SPAIN Room B3

F. Camesasca ITALY, P. Vinciguerra ITALY, B. Randleman USA, R. Bellucci ITALY, L. Mastropasqua ITALY Hall C5

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

IC12* Basic phacoemulsification (Part 2) (B)

EBO

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS, K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS, A. Chakrabarti INDIA Room B11

IC13* PRK, LASEK and Epi-LASIK (B)

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND, I. Pallikaris GREECE Room B8

IC14* Microinvasive glaucoma surgery: ready for prime time? (B) NEW K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND, T. Shaarawy SWITZERLAND,

S. Dorairaj USA, B. Pajic SWITZERLAND, S. Haldipurkar INDIA, Z. Khoueir LEBANON Room B4

SATURDAY

IC15 Big bubble, no trouble: a step-by-step approach to successful deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty with the big bubble technique (I) A. El Danasoury SAUDI ARABIA, R. Fogla INDIA, S. Daya UK Room B6

IC16 How to improve your refractive surgery EBO outcomes by skilful interpretation of corneal mapping (I)

M. Senjab BAHRAIN, A. Cummings IRELAND, K. Stonecipher USA Hall C3

IC17 Mastering subluxated cataracts and IOLs: a video-based course (I)

A. Agarwal INDIA, S. Masket USA, G. Barrett AUSTRALIA, E. Assia ISRAEL Room B7

IC18 NEW

Managing cataract complications and complex cataract cases (I)

V. Maurino UK, B. Little UK, O. Findl AUSTRIA, L. Fontana ITALY Hall C4

IC19* Explantation and secondary IOL video course (I)

C. Mehta INDIA, K. Mehta INDIA, R. Packard UK, J. Bovet SWITZERLAND, S. Arshinoff CANADA Room B10

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.30

15.00 – 16.30

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Combined Cataract Surgery

Keratorefractive Surgery Outcomes: Myopia

Poster Village: Pod 1

Poster Village: Pod 2

Facilitator: S. Wagner POLAND

Facilitator: V. Diakonis GREECE

15.00

A. Nagar, M. Nagar UK Intraocular pressure reduction after combined phacoemulsification and iStent implantation

15.10

K. Schargel, N. Beltran, M. Garcia, B. Domenech SPAIN Analysis of refractive changes in patients with phacoemulsification plus iStent vs phacoemulsification

15.20

P. López Lizárraga, F. March de Ribot, A. March de Ribot SPAIN Anterior segment approach in posterior segment urgent surgery

15.30

A. Lotfy, A. Abdelrahman, A. Samir EGYPT Combined sutureless phacoemulsification, intraocular lens implantation and 23G silicone oil removal in diabetic vitrectomy

15.40

M. Gunda, H. Manzar, S. Ali Ahmad, C. Demosthenous, M. Saeed UK Verisyse aphakic iris-enclaved IOL results and complications in vitrectomised eyes

15.50

C. Kim SOUTH KOREA A transcleral suture across the posterior chamber intraocular lens

16.00

J. Spaulding, A. Fantin USA Steri-strip temporary browplasty: a helpful technique during cataract surgery in the patient with brow ptosis or dermatochalasis

16.10

G. Kerci, B. Yuksel, T. Kusbeci TURKEY Clinical complications of phacoemulsification combined with pars plana vitrectomy

16.20

M. Freilinger, R. Harantner AUSTRIA Astigmatism correction using LENSAR femtosecond laser-assisted 'shifted' paired arcuate incisions during cataract surgery

16.30

End of session

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15.00

M. Khalifa, M. El-Sahn, M. Shafik EGYPT Comparative analysis of the efficacy of astigmatic correction after wavefront-guided and wavefrontoptimized LASIK in low and moderate myopic eyes

15.10

K. Solomon, H. Sandoval USA Myopic LASIK outcomes: topo-guided compared to wavefront-optimized

15.20

D. Lin, S. Holland, S. Mosquera CANADA Postoperative asphericity after transepithelial PRK with Schwind AMARIS

15.30

A. Vega-Estrada, P. Sanz Di­ez, J. Alió SPAIN Long-term follow-up of clinical and optical quality outcomes of LASIK for the correction of high levels of myopia

15.40

A. Kopylov, I. Syrykh RUSSIA Refractive surgery in teenagers aged 16 to 18 years old

15.50

E. Manche, W. Lee USA Comparison of simulated keratometric changes following wavefront-guided and wavefront-optimized myopic photorefractive keratectomy

16.00

D. Piñero Llorens, M. Teus SPAIN Clinical outcomes of small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) and femtosecond laser-assisted wavefront-guided laser in situ keratomileusis (WFG-LASIK): a review

16.10

J. Duran, E. Gutierrez, R. Atienza, A. Monje, D. Piñero Llorens SPAIN Clinical outcomes of wavefront-guided LASIK using a high resolution aberrometer in eyes with myopic astigmatism

16.20

B. Kepez, Y. Yildirim, A. Agca, A. Demirok, M. Taskapili TURKEY Small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) in high myopia: three-year results

16.30

End of session


15.00 – 16.30

15.00 – 16.30

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Surgical Cornea

Corneal Biomechanics

Poster Village: Pod 3

Poster Village: Pod 4

Facilitator: C. Lisa SPAIN

Facilitator: M. Netukova CZECH REPUBLIC

15.00

B. Kaçmaz, B. Kandemir, S. Kugu TURKEY A retrospective contralateral study comparing deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty with penetrating keratoplasty

15.00

I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Transepithelial high-fluence CXL in femto-assisted SMILE-like procedure: an ex-vivo biomechanical evaluation

15.10

R. Courtin, P. Zeboulon, C. Panthier, D. Gatinel, A. Saad FRANCE Keratometric and refractive changes after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty

15.10

15.20

J. Sharp, V. Avadhanam, C. Wilde, S. Maharajan UK Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty with stromal support (DMEK-S): anterior approach

G. Pamel, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Comparison of the biomechanical effect of low and higher myopic SMILE compared to stand-alone LASIK, and to LASIK concurrent with corneal cross-linking (LASIK+CXL)

15.20

15.30

K. Muthusamy, H. On, R. Stewart, S. Fung, M. Wilkins, V. Maurino UK Clinical outcomes of re-do Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasties (DMEK) following failed DMEK performed at a multi-surgeon ophthalmic teaching hospital: a retrospective case series

M. Batur, E. Seven, A. Cinal, C. Caglar, T. Yasar TURKEY Intraocular pressure measurement results with three different tonometers in keratoconus

15.30

S. Chen CHINA The biomechanical properties of rabbit cornea using inflation test at different corneal cross-linking irradiances

15.40

L. Salermo, P. Sanz-Diez, A. Vega-Estrada, J. Alió SPAIN Visual, refractive and aberrometric outcomes of a new asymmetric intracorneal ring segment

15.40

M. Gavric, N. Milicic CROATIA The stability of the cornea after corneal collagen cross-linking in pregnant women

15.50

S. Subasi, S. Subasi, O. Altintas, M. Yardimoglu, Y. Yazir, S. Furat Rencber, K. Kavram TURKEY The comparison of early amniotic membrane implantation and collagen cross-linking treatment’s effect on inflammation, neovascularization and ulceration mechanisms with experimental model of alkali burn

15.50

G. Seymenoğlu, E. Baser TURKEY Corneal biomechanical parameters in different types of glaucoma

16.00

B. Spiru, S. Kling, F. Hafezi, W. Sekundo GERMANY Biomechanical differences between FLEx and SMILE refractive procedures from 2D-extensiometry in exvivo porcine eyes

16.00

O. Arslan, C. Dogan, I. Toker, E. Cicik TURKEY The effect of the Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation on corneal endothelial cell density from the front or from the back of the iris in keratoplasty patients

16.10

M. Khalili, S. Jahadi Hosseini, A. Hamid IRAN Dynamic Scheimpflug-based imaging (Corvis ST) for evaluation of corneal biomechanical changes after corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus

16.10

V. Naumenko, M. Pravosudova RUSSIA Rotational autokeratoplasty for the treatment of patients with cornea disease and cataract

16.20

16.20

T. Lansini, S. Kwitko, D. Rushel Marinho, A. Prestes Stolz BRAZIL Experience with type 1 Boston KPro

A. Vestergaard, J. Grauslund, A. Ivarsen, J. Hjortdal DENMARK Detection of biomechanical changes with the ocular response analyzer keratoconus match index software: a comparison of eyes treated with ReLEx FLEX and ReLEx SMILE for moderate to high myopia

16.30

End of session

16.30

End of session

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SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER


SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 16.00 – 18.00

Video Symposium on Challenging Cases Auditorium A Chairperson: R. Osher USA

Preoperative Challenges

Postoperative Problems

M. Ramesh INDIA Membranous

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Retained cortex

S. Canabrava BRAZIL Coloboma

A. Balamoun EGYPT IOL surprise

A. Barsam UK Lenticonus

V. Agrawal INDIA Dislocated glued IOL

S. Shukhaev RUSSIA Morgagnian

M. Domingues PORTUGAL Bicuspid fixation

J. Ferreira Mendes PORTUGAL Marfan’s

R. Osher USA Saving an eye

A. Chakrabarti INDIA Post vitrectomy

Intraoperative Complications

SATURDAY

A. Agarwal INDIA Tsunami M. Shanturova RUSSIA Iridodialysis A. Agarwal INDIA Pupil woes A. Mohanta INDIA Nightmare A. Assaf EGYPT Anterior tear S. Jacob INDIA Posterior tear D. Dutta INDIA Dropped nucleus R. Om Parkash INDIA Pressure! M. Izak SLOVAKIA Torn haptic S. Bhattacharjee INDIA IOL won’t centre

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SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 17.24

C. Schweitzer, L. Tellouck, J. Tellouck, C. Costet, D. Touboul, T. Cornut FRANCE Accuracy in toric intraocular lens alignment using a perioperative automated digital marker system

17.30

B. Döller, R. Varsits, N. Hirnschall, P. Nguyen, O. Findl AUSTRIA Evaluation of an intraoperative marking technique using the body axis as a reference

17.36

R. Bellucci, M. Cargnoni ITALY Femto marking of the cornea as a guide for toric lens implant

17.42

N. Pesztenlehrer, A. Szeman, V. Banfi HUNGARY Retrospective analysis of residual refractive astigmatism using manual vs digital marker method in 813 toric IOL implantation cases from 2013 to 2015

17.48

Discussion

18.00

End of session

Free Paper Session Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric I Hall C2 Chairperson:

N. Alpins AUSTRALIA

Moderators:

K. Næser DENMARK C. Schweitzer FRANCE

16.00

K. Næser, G. Savini, J. Bregnhoj DENMARK The correlation between anterior and total corneal astigmatism and its use in toric IOL calculation

16.06

A. Alarcon, C. Canovas, S. Kasthurirangan, J. Ma, D. Koch, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Evaluation of a new algorithm to account for posterior corneal astigmatism in toric IOL power calculations

16.12

C. Kern, A. Sakhel, K. Kortam, F. Raabe, A. Wolf, S. Priglinger, M. Wolfgang GERMANY Comparison of the predicted target refraction and the postoperative refraction using two different calculators for toric intraocular lens calculation

16.18

Discussion

16.24

D. Piñero Llorens, M. Caballero, V. Camps, D. de Fez SPAIN Impact of posterior corneal astigmatism on total corneal astigmatism using a new approach of astigmatic analysis

16.30

D. Park, R. Hwang, J. Hyun, J. Han, D. Lim, T. Chung SOUTH KOREA Accuracy of astigmatism measurements derived from Scheimpflug imaging regarding corneal front and back surface power for toric introcular lens calculation

16.36

N. Alpins, G. Stamatelatos, J. Ong AUSTRALIA Corneal topographic astigmatism (CorT) and its importance in toric IOL planning

16.42

J. Agrawal INDIA Is it not absolutely necessary to consider the effect of posterior corneal curvature in toric IOL calculation before it is too late?

16.48

M. Goggin, J. Slattery AUSTRALIA Anterior and total corneal astigmatism measured using CorT compared to refractive astigmatism in the absence of lenticular astigmatism

16.54

C. Hamer, N. Habib, N. Mandour, D. Adams, H. Buckhurst, C. Purslow, P. Buckhurst UK Comparison of vector and polar methods for the calculation of surgically-induced astigmatism

17.00

V. Webers, N. Visser, N. Bauer, T. Berendschot, F. van den Biggelaar, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Evaluation of a novel eye-tracking navigation system in the alignment of toric IOLs in cataract surgery: a randomised control trial

17.06

Discussion

17.18

D. Tognetto, C. Paolo, R. Silvia, I. Franca, D. Rossella, B. Alessandro, C. Tommaso ITALY Digital and manual corneal marking for toric intraocular lens alignment

SATURDAY

16.00 – 18.00

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SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 17.00 – 18.00

Instructional Courses IC21* Intracorneal rings for keratoconus and post-LASIK ectasia (I) D. Touboul FRANCE, C. Roberts USA, G. Reggiani Mello BRAZIL Room B3

IC22* Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis: from indications to innovations (I) M. Cortina USA, J. de la Cruz USA, S. Hannush USA, E. Arrondo SPAIN Room B11

IC23 EBO

Learning phaco chop: pearls and pitfalls (B) D. Chang USA, K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS Hall C4

SATURDAY

IC24 Meibomian gland dysfunction and chronic EBO blepharitis (I)

J. McCulley USA, S. Awwad LEBANON Room B4

IC25

Wavefront optics for the non-mathematician (I)

G. Prakash UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, V. Jhanji HONG KONG Room B8

IC26 NEW

How to use the Cybersight telemedicine programme for patient consultations (B)

D. Neely USA, J. Brown USA Room B6

IC27 Techniques and technologies to conquer NEW brunescent cataract (I) A. Bhaumik INDIA, S. Bhattacharjee INDIA, A. Mohanta INDIA, S. Mitra INDIA Hall C5

IC28 DSAEK or DMEK: how to choose the correct NEW procedure (A) J. Beltz AUSTRALIA, M. Busin ITALY, S. Madi EGYPT, P. Santorum ITALY Room B7

IC29 NEW

Micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (I) C. Sng SINGAPORE, K. Barton UK, J. Garcia-Feijoo SPAIN, N. Pfeiffer GERMANY Hall C3

IC30 NEW

Updates on the role of conventional and emerging treatments in the management of angle-closure glaucoma (I)

D. Goh SINGAPORE, S. Perera SINGAPORE, C. Ho SINGAPORE Room B10

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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Ridley Medal Lecture 2016 Sunday 11 September 10.00 – 10.45 Auditorium A

José Güell SPAIN

30 Years of Iris Claw IOLs

D

r. José L. Güell was born in Barcelona, Spain. He has been Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at the Autònoma University of Barcelona since 1991. He studied medicine and surgery at the Central University of Barcelona from 1977-1984. His Doctorate Degree about ‘LASIK, laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis’ was presented with Cum Laude in 1999 at the Autònoma University of Barcelona. He performed his residency programme in Barcelona at the Autònoma University (1986-1989) at the Vall d’Hebró Unit and a clinical fellowship in Cornea and Refractive Surgery at Emory University, Atlanta (1989). He was Director of Cornea and Refractive Surgery Section at the Ophthalmology Department of the Vall d´Hebró Hospital, Autònoma University of Barcelona until 1999. Presently, he is Director of the Cornea and Refractive Surgery Unit at the Instituto de Microcirugia Ocular de Barcelona, Scientific Coordinator and Professor of the Cornea and Refractive Surgery Module, at thew European School for Advanced Studies in Ophthalmology, Lugano and President of the IMO Foundation. Dr. Güell’s areas of interest are full and partial thickness corneal transplantation (deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty and endothelial keratoplasty), complex cataract and anterior segment reconstructive procedures including permanent keratoprothesis surgery (artificial cornea). Other areas of interest are refractive surgery, especially excimer and femtosecond laser, iris claw style phakic IOL (Artisan-Artiflex) and intracorneal ring segments. He has lectured nationally and internationally on these topics since 1991. He has given 700 presentations at national and international meetings and published 250 articles in peer-reviewed journals and several book chapters.


JCRS Symposium Controversies in Cataract and Refractive Surgery Sunday 11 September, 14.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C;16.00 Auditorium A Chairpersons: T. Kohnen GERMANY (EUROPEAN EDITOR) S. Srinivasan UK (EUROPEAN ASSOCIATE EDITOR) Best refractive procedure for low to moderate myopia (<6 diopters) 14.00 D. Reinstein UK Small-incision lenticule extraction is the procedure of choice 14.10 J. Stevens UK Femtosecond-assisted LASIK is the procedure of choice 14.20 E. Mertens BELGIUM Phakic IOL implantation is the procedure of choice 14.30 Discussion

Surgical correction of low to moderate astigmatism during lens surgery 14.43 L. Nichamin USA Manual peripheral corneal relaxing incisions 14.53 D. Koch USA Femtosecond laser: intrastromal relaxing incisions 15.03 R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Toric IOLs 15.13 Discussion

Surgical correction of presbyopia 15.26 G. Grabner AUSTRIA Solutions at the corneal plane (inlay, excimer) are the best 15.36 B. Cochener FRANCE Solutions at the lenticular plane are the best 15.46 Discussion 16.00 End of session


Sunday 11 September

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 17.45

EBO Accredited see p.158

Workshop on Visual Optics Hall C3 Chairpersons:

I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

Part 1 Visual Optics

Part 2 Visual Behaviour (Visual Function)

Moderators:

Moderators:

I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

08.00 Welcome 08.05

F. Van de Velde BELGIUM Light propagation in the eye

Discussion 08.30

S. Marcos SPAIN Aberrations of the optical system

Discussion 09.00

A. Glasser USA Optics of crystalline lens and accommodative response

Discussion

SUNDAY

09.25

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

Discussion 09.50

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM IOL optics

Discussion 10.15

W. Haigis GERMANY IOL power calculation

Discussion

13.30

R. Applegate USA P. Artal SPAIN

R. Applegate USA Retinal image quality

Discussion 13.55

I. Pallikaris GREECE Presbyoptics

Discussion 14.20

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

Discussion 14.45

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

Discussion 15.15

P. Artal SPAIN Visual function assessment using adaptive optics

Discussion 15.40

H. Ginis GREECE Modelling visual function

Discussion

10.45 Break 11.00

Main Symposium: Astigmatism Management in Cataract Surgery Auditorium A

13.00 Break

Part 3 Imaging the Human Eye Moderators: 16.05

D. Gatinel FRANCE A. Pallikaris GREECE

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

Discussion 16.30

C. Roberts USA Measuring the biomechanics of the cornea

Discussion 16.55

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Clinical application of OCT imaging of the anterior segment of the eye

Discussion 17.20

D. Gatinel FRANCE Corneal topography challenges

Discussion 17.45

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End of session


SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 09.30

D. Teenan, S. Schallhorn UK Patient satisfaction and refractive outcomes in patients undergoing femtosecond-assisted RLE and traditional RLE

09.36

V. Rasch GERMANY ​​ Cataract surgery with personalised femtolaser-based astigmatism with Lensar Streamline II, review after 100 first treatments: LASICAT II

09.42

E. Ghinelli, E. Li Gotti, A. Rodella, A. Caffarelli ITALY Ophthalmic surgery intelligent robotic integrated system (OSIRIS) enables high precision remote controlled surgery

Free Paper Session Femtolaser-Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS) Hall C1 Chairperson:

Z. Biro HUNGARY

Moderators:

A. Assaf EGYPT V. Diakonis GREECE

08.00

T. Kohnen, L. Mathys, K. Petermann, E. Herrmann, W. Mayer, M. Shajari GERMANY Meta-analysis and systematic review of femtosecond laser lens surgery and conventional lens surgery

08.06

G. Alkhateeb, T. Kohnen, M. Shajari, M. Boehm, M. Herzog GERMANY Analysis of intraoperative femtosecond laser lens surgery complications in 1000 consecutive cases

08.12

H. Roberts, D. O'Brart UK Financial modeling of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) within the National Health Service (NHS)

08.18

Discussion

08.24

A. Assaf, H. Rashed, B. Fayez EGYPT Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery vs conventional phacoemulsification in terms of ultrasound power parameters

08.30

P. Zafirakis, G. Rallatos, I. Pentari, H. Ginis GREECE Total energy delivered in two different cataract femtosecond lasers

08.36

Z. Biro, B. Gaspar, A. Kerek, O. Kovacs, C. Palotas HUNGARY Zero phaco FLACS

08.42

N. Yesilirmak, J. Battle, V. Diakonis, S. Yoo, T. O Brien, K. Donaldson USA Comparison of phacoemulsification parameters between traditional cataract surgery and 3 femtosecond laser platforms

08.48

N. Shroff, A. Koul, R. Dutta, K. Priya INDIA Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) vs routine micro-incision cataract surgery (MICS) for emulsifying brown cataracts in Indian eyes

08.54

A. Tawfik, A. Alamin EGYPT Talking femtocataract to more than expected

09.00

Discussion

09.12

S. Kheterpal, J. Dermott, C. O'Donnell, A. Hartwig UK Comparative astigmatic refractive outcomes between femtosecond and standard IOL implantation and incisional techniques

09.18

B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap INDIA Comparative evaluation of Verion-assisted FLACS corneal arcuate incisions and toric IOLs in eyes with cataract and 1 D to 1.25 D of corneal astigmatism

09.24

S. Quah, C. O'Donnell, J. Dermott, A. Hartwig UK Visual and refractive outcome after implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses with and without femtosecond laser

09.48 Discussion 10.00

End of session

SUNDAY

08.00 – 10.00

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00

Free Paper Session SMILE: Small Intrastromal Lenticule Extraction I

09.38

D. Reinstein, K. Pradhan, P. Dhungana, G. Carp, T. Archer, R. Khan UK SMILE for hyperopia: visual and refractive outcomes

09.44

D. Kang, D. Reinstein, T. Archer, B. Ha, Y. Ji, T. Kim SOUTH KOREA Comparison of clinical outcomes and morphometric correlation by scanning electron (SEM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM) between low and high energy small incision lenticule extraction

09.50

Discussion

10.00

End of session

SUNDAY

Hall H1 Chairperson:

L. De Benito-Llopis SPAIN

Moderators:

S. Asp DENMARK D. Donate FRANCE

08.00

N. Luft, M. Ring, M. Bolz, M. Dirisamer, A. Mursch-Edlmayr, T. Kreutzer, S. Priglinger AUSTRIA Lenticule thickness precision in small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE): a target–actual comparison using spectral-domain OCT

08.06

D. Donate, R. Thaeron FRANCE The role of laser energy in small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE)

08.12

S. Ganesh, S. Brar, R. Pandey INDIA Time course of interface healing and optical quality after small incision lenticule extraction

08.18

O. Ibrahim, M. Abdalla, M. Sabry, A. Said EGYPT Long-term results of SMILE for myopic anisometropia in children, safety and impact on visual acuity

08.24

Discussion

08.34

C. Ramamurthy, R. Dandapani INDIA Results of small incision lenticule extraction

08.40

S. Asp, B. Bay, L. Loftsrom DENMARK Laser correction of myopia in the full range ReLEx SMILE is predictable, accurate and precise

08.46

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Refractive lenticule extraction (SMILE) vs LASIK: a contralateral eye study of refractive, visual function outcomes, procedure centration, transient dry eye and postoperative inflammation

08.52

J. Dai, M. Yu, M. Chen, X. Zhu, L. Zou CHINA Comparative study of corneal shape after small incision lenticule extraction and laser-assisted subepithelial keratomileusis for myopia

08.58

X. Chen, A. Stojanovic, M. Olsen, A. Lyngstadaas, S. Enayati, T. Utheim NORWAY Effect of femtosecond laser cutting parameters on the results of small incision lenticule extraction

09.04

Discussion

09.14

B. Meyer, M. Al-Dreihi GERMANY Capless SMILE: an intrastromal option for retreatment after ReLEx® SMILE

09.20

G. Pamel, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Planned vs achieved stromal thickness reduction in femtosecond laser-assisted myopic LASIK and SMILE: an objective evaluation utilizing anterior segment OCT measurements

09.26

I. Osman, H. Abouzeid, M. Abdalla, A. Elmassry EGYPT Surface quality of human corneal SMILE lenticules with comparison to microkeratome free caps

09.32

M. Khalifa, A. El-Masry, M. El-Masry EGYPT Wavefront-guided LASIK vs small incision lenticule extraction for treating myopia with or without astigmatism

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00

08.00 – 09.30

Instructional Courses

Free Paper Session

IC31

Improving IOL power calculation (A)

K. Hoffer USA, G. Savini ITALY Room B12

Cross-Linking

V. Maurino UK, R. Fogla INDIA, M. Wilkins UK, M. Bhogal UK Room B10

IC34

08.06

State-of-the-art corneal topographic and tomographic indices in the screening of keratoconus risk and postoperative ectasia for refractive surgery (I)

D. Godefrooij, N. Soeters, S. Imhof, R. Wisse THE NETHERLANDS Corneal cross-linking for paediatric keratoconus: long-term results

08.12

L. McAnena, F. Doyle, M. O'Keefe IRELAND Cross-linking in children with keratoconus: a systematic review and meta-analysis

08.18

Discussion

08.26

J. Stevens, A. Manta, A. Day UK New technique for corneal cross-linking of thin corneas using custom shaped contact lens spacers

08.32

M. Belin, J. Meyer, J. Duncan, M. Borgstrom USA Novel tomographic parameters for determination of ectasia progression

08.38

R. Wisse, J. Kuiper, T. Radstake, S. Imhof, A. van der Lelij, J. Broen THE NETHERLANDS UV mediated DNA damage measured in keratoconus, graft failure and healthy corneas

08.44

Discussion

08.52

A. Lazaridis, S. Tsamassiotis, V. Besgen, W. Sekundo, Y. Wenner, M. Petrak, K. Droutsas GREECE Revisiting corneal collagen cross-linking safety: evaluation of the effect of ultraviolet-A (UVA) radiation on the retina with multifocal electroretinogram (mf-ERG) and ocular coherence tomography (OCT)

08.58

E. Pedrotti, M. Passilongo, A. Fasolo, E. Bruni, S. Ficial, P. Di Sarro, G. Marchini ITALY In-vivo confocal microscopy during accelerated corneal cross-linking for keratoconus: study at time zero

09.04

H. Nithianandan, Y. Yang, P. Arjmand, G. Mintsioulis, S. Ziai, K. Baig CANADA Optical aberrations in phototherapeutic keratectomy vs manual epithelial debridement for corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus

09.10

B. Randleman, S. Kim, I. Haberman USA Epithelial remodeling after accelerated cross-linking

09.16

A. Osinga, D. Breyer, J. Krumeich, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen GERMANY Two-years results after femtosecond laser-assisted circular keratotomy as a treatment for keratoconus Stage I-II: comparison between two different age groups

09.22

Discussion

09.30

End of session

IC35 EBO

The basics of corneal topography: finally understanding what you are seeing (B)

C. Roberts USA, S. Klyce USA, D. Koch USA, D. Epstein SWITZERLAND Room B4

IC36

The management of complications encountered during cataract surgery (I)

R. Osher USA, G. Barrett AUSTRALIA Hall C4

IC37

Update on multifactorial keratoconus and ectasia diagnosis and progression assessment (A)

G. Pamel USA, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, G. Asimellis GREECE, R. Ambrosio Jr BRAZIL, D. Reinstein UK Room B6

IC38

Strategies for very dense nuclei and other challenging and complicated cases (I)

K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS, A. Vasavada INDIA Room B7

IC39 NEW

B. Randleman USA D. Touboul FRANCE

N. Alpins AUSTRALIA, G. Stamatelatos AUSTRALIA, D. Smadja ISRAEL, M. Goggin AUSTRALIA Room B5

Moderators:

P. Baenninger, L. Bachmann, L. Wienecke, M. Thiel, C. Kaufmann SWITZERLAND Paediatric corneal cross-linking: comparison of visual and topographic outcomes between conventional and accelerated treatment protocol

R. Krueger USA, M. Nunez COLOMBIA, D. Smadja ISRAEL, M. Santhiago BRAZIL, C. Blanco COLOMBIA, C. Arce BRAZIL Room B8

F. Malecaze FRANCE

08.00

IC33 Toric IOLs and femto-LRIs: the planning process and what to do with refractive surprises… (B)

Chairperson:

Astigmatism evaluation and treatment: the current state of the art (A) J. Murta PORTUGAL, J. Alfonso SPAIN, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS, F. Vaz PORTUGAL, A. Rosa PORTUGAL Hall C5

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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SUNDAY

IC32 DMEK made easy (I)

Auditorium A


SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 10.15

08.30 – 10.00

Instructional Course

Free Paper Session

IC40* Comprehensive keratoplasty techniques (Part 1) (B)

Posterior Capsule Opacification

J. Güell SPAIN, M. Belin USA, S. Hannush USA, R. Bellucci ITALY, R. Mohan INDIA Room B9

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate

SUNDAY

Handouts available at www.escrs.org

Hall C2 Chairperson:

K. Krootila FINLAND

Moderators:

R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS G. Lesieur FRANCE

08.30

N. Piravej, A. Kueres, C. Wertheimer, A. Wolf, C. Priglinger, S. Priglinger, K. Eibl-Lindner GERMANY Pharmacological PCO-prophylaxis using EGFR-inhibitor gefitinib soaked IOLs as a drug carrier

08.36

M. McDonald, M. Wormstone, J. Eldred UK Vascular endothelial growth factor plays a key role in posterior capsule opacification after cataract surgery

08.42

P. Draschl, B. Doeller, N. Hirnschall, P. Nguyen, M. Ullrich, O. Findl AUSTRIA Effect of IOL material on capsular bag performance: hydophobic vs hydrophilic acrylate

08.48

M. Nagata, H. Matsushima, K. Mukai, N. Gotoh, M. Aose, T. Senoo JAPAN Clinical evaluation of posterior capsule opacification using surface modified intraocular lens

08.54

Discussion

09.00

R. Lapid-Gortzak, J. van der Linden, C. Nieuwendaal, I. van der Meulen THE NETHERLANDS YAG capsulotomy rates in an angulated sharp edged hydrophilic multifocal IOL

09.06

A. Soares, T. Monteiro, F. Faria Correia, N. Franqueira, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Intraocular lens axial displacement after YAG laser capsulotomy according to the lens design

09.12

A. Hamid UK Affect of PCO and YAG capsulotomy on the visual performance of two presbyopia-correcting IOLs

09.18

G. Lesieur FRANCE IOL design influence in Nd:YAG laser rates for a large series of MICS IOL implantations

09.24

Discussion

09.30

H. Höh, U. Holland, C. Stylianides GERMANY Preliminary results of posterior capsule opacification following cataract surgery with implantation of the MICS-IOL L313

09.36

S. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, M. Praveen, V. Vasavada INDIA A long-term comparison of posterior capsule opacification with hydrophobic acrylic and hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lenses

09.42

G. Kahraman, M. Amon, F. Prager, C. Ferdinaro AUSTRIA Intraindividual comparative analysis of capsular opacification after Tecnis ZCB00 and AcrySof SN60AT implantation during a 5-year follow-up

09.48 Discussion 10.00

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 09.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 17.00

09.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.00

Practice Management Masterclass

Presented Poster Session

Ophthalmic marketing experts reveal secret strategies for success in an interactive, handson workshop designed for practices of all sizes

PCO

M. Malley USA

Facilitator: A. Golovin RUSSIA 09.30

E. Egorova, E. Pichikova RUSSIA Secondary cataract after primary posterior capsulorhexis in adult patients

09.40

K. Kriechbaum, R. Kruger, D. Schartmueller, C. Leydolt, S. Pieh, R. Menapace AUSTRIA Posterior capsule opacification and Nd:YAG rates at 3-years postoperative: comparison of two singlepiece intraocular lenses (IOLs)

09.50

C. Mastromonaco, M. Balazsi, P. Zoroquiain, P. Logan, S. Maloney, M. Burnier CANADA Evaluation of posterior capsular opacification using new automated detector opacification software (ADOS)

10.00

C. Wertheimer, K. Eibl-Lindner, P. Pongsthorn, A. Wolf, C. Priglinger, S. Priglinger GERMANY Identification and in-vitro screening of pharmacological substances for PCO-prophylaxis

10.10

A. Kueres, C. Wertheimer, A. Wolf, C. Priglinger, S. Priglinger, K. Eibl-Lindner GERMANY Pharmacological PCO-prophylaxis using EGFRinhibitor erlotinib soaked IOLs as a drug carrier

10.20

S. Kassumeh, C. Wertheimer, A. Wolf, C. Priglinger, S. Priglinger, K. Eibl-Lindner GERMANY Pharmacologically pre-soaked intraocular lens as a drug delivery system in posterior capsule opacification prophylaxis

10.30

C. Wertheimer, S. Kassumeh, A. Wolf, C. Priglinger, S. Priglinger, K. Eibl-Lindner GERMANY Pharmacologically loaded biomatrices spray-coated on intraocular lenses as drug carriers in prophylaxis of posterior capsule opacification

10.40

I. Iliescu, M. Constantin, C. Cozma, O. Moraru, C. Moraru ROMANIA Evaluation of PCO and YAG rates and post-cataract occurrence time of YAG laser treatment for several posterior chamber IOLs implanted at the end of uncomplicated cataract surgeries in Oculus Eye Clinic, Bucharest in eyes operated in 2012 and 2013

10.50

N. Shah, A. Braganza, A. Heda, P. Subbaiah INDIA Effect of energy levels and anti-inflammatory drops on macular thickness post YAG laser capsulotomy

11.00

End of session

This course works on a first come, first served basis.

SUNDAY

Room B11

Poster Village: Pod 1

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 09.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.00

09.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.00

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Laser Refractive Surgery (Lasers/LASIK/Epi-LASIK)

Cross-Linking

Poster Village: Pod 2

SUNDAY

Facilitator: C. Lisa SPAIN 09.30

T. Cholakova, D. Mitova BULGARIA Efficacy and stability of LASEK after radial keratotomy

09.40

S. Kim, I. Ryu, B. Kim, J. Lee, Y. Byun SOUTH KOREA Comparison of corneal epithelial remodeling after femtosecond laser-assisted LASIK and small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) for myopia correction

09.50

J. Mehta, A. Riau, C. Lim, Y. Liu SINGAPORE Retreatment strategies following small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE): in vivo tissue response and clinical results

10.00

O. Ibrahim, M. Abdalla, I. Ahmed EGYPT Long-term safety and efficacy of small incision lenticule extraction for high myopia more than 10 diopters

10.10

K. Koodlu, S. T, S. Shetty, H. Vokudu, S. Ganekal INDIA 2 step t-PRK for treatment of mild to moderate myopia

10.20

G. Son, T. Lim, J. Lee, C. Jang SOUTH KOREA Opaque bubble layer in small incision lenticule extraction

10.30

T. Yonekawa, S. Tamaoki, K. Shimamoto, H. Uozato, T. Hatada, K. Inoue, T. Tsuru JAPAN The influence of ablation depth and optical zone on the postoperative contrast sensitivity in LASIK for myopia

10.40

10.50

11.00

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V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Long-term refractive outcomes of myopic femtosecond-assisted LASIK combined with prophylactic cross-linking (CXL) to stand-alone LASIK J. Ventruba, U. Tavandzi, F. Marsak CZECH REPUBLIC Comparison of the corneal flap edges using different resection methods of Femto LDV

Poster Village: Pod 3 Facilitator: M. Shajari GERMANY 09.30

S. Al Zaid, S. Al Swailem SAUDI ARABIA Four-year results of riboflavin ultraviolet-A corneal collagen cross-linking for progressive corneal ectasia in 129 eyes

09.40

S. Alageel, J. Ciolino USA Corneal cross-linking with non thermal laser

09.50

J. Woo, H. Htoon, L. Lim SINGAPORE Corneal thickness measurement in patients with keratoconus after accelerated cross-linking: comparison between Scheimpflug imaging system and anterior segment spectral-domain optical coherence tomography

10.00

W. Aixinjueluo, T. Usui, T. Miyai, T. Toyono, S. Yamagami JAPAN Twenty-four months clinical results of accelerated transepithelial corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus

10.10

N. Pircher, J. Lammer, A. Gschliesser, R. Donner, S. Pieh, G. Schmidinger AUSTRIA Correlation between central stromal demarcation line depth and flattening of the cornea after corneal crosslinking comparing two different treatment protocols

10.20

D. Kang, B. Ha, J. Choi, H. Lee, Y. Ji, T. Kim SOUTH KOREA Simultaneous corneal wavefront-guided photorefractive keratectomy and corneal CXL after ICRS implantation for keratoconus

10.30

R. Fogla, G. Shah INDIA Clinical outcomes of cross-linked lenticule insertion followed by customised keratoablation (CLICK) in the management of keratoconus

10.40

I. Gustafsson, A. Cardiakides Myers, A. Ivarsen, J. Hjortdal SWEDEN Retrospective analysis of the effects of sterile water during corneal cross-linking for keratoconus

10.50

E. Oregon MEXICO Cross-linking in the treatment of complicated Acanthamoeba keratitis: case report

11.00

End of session

End of session


SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

10.00 – 10.45

Presented Poster Session

Opening Ceremony

Monofocal IOL

Official Opening

Poster Village: Pod 4

Auditorium A

Facilitator: S. Wagner POLAND

09.40

R. Khoramnia, T. Tandogan, S. Liebing, C. Choi, G. Auffarth GERMANY In vitro, optical bench analysis of two aspheric optic IOL platforms from the same manufacturer J. Kim, H. Jeon, J. Hyon SOUTH KOREA Comparison of internal cylinders and aberrations between loop type-haptic intraocular lens and a plate-haptic intraocular lens

09.50

G. Łabuz, E. Papadatou, T. Van Den Berg, F. Vargas-Martin, N. Lopez-Gil, N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Straylight from explanted intraocular lenses

10.00

N. Nishida, M. Nagata, H. Matsushima, W. Terauchi, T. Senoo JAPAN Evaluation of postoperative light scattering in 3 types of yellow-tinted hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses

10.10

A. Ulyanov, A. Ulyanov, M. Kremeshkov, E. Titarenko RUSSIA Calculation of IOL power in eyes after radial keratotomy

10.20

S. Kochar, S. Das, M. Kurian, A. Zope INDIA Accuracy and prediction error of various formulae for intraocular lens power calculation

10.30

T. Abdelrazek, A. Hegazy, W. Alshaer EGYPT Mild monovision with zero spherical aberration monofocal IOLs

10.40

A. Dosso, S. Dreifuss SWITZERLAND Rotational stability and postoperative refractive results of the PreciSal monofocal intraocular lens

10.50

N. Mamalis, L. Werner, J. Guan, J. Li, N. Reiter USA Explantation and replacement of an exchangeable optic in a new modular IOL system

11.00

End of session

10.00

Welcome from the President D. Spalton UK (PRESIDENT, ESCRS)

10.10

Welcome from the local host T. Olsen DENMARK

Ridley Medal Lecture 2016 10.15

J. Güell SPAIN 30 years of iris claw IOLs

10.45

End of ceremony

SUNDAY

09.30

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 10.30 – 12.30

10.30 – 12.15

Instructional Courses

Instructional Course

IC42

MIGS and canaloplasty: evolving new glaucoma surgeries (I)

IC41* Comprehensive keratoplasty techniques (Part 2) (A)

C. Mehta INDIA, K. Mehta INDIA, G. Scharioth GERMANY, A. Mermoud SWITZERLAND, J. Bovet SWITZERLAND Room B4

IC43 EBO

Current state of corneal cross-linking: controversies and recommendations (A)

F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND, C. Mazzotta ITALY, F. Raiskup GERMANY, G. Kymionis GREECE, B. Randleman USA, T. Seiler SWITZERLAND Hall C4

IC45

Corneal biomechanics for the clinician: understanding the basics (I)

C. Roberts USA, J. Hjortdal DENMARK, W. Dupps USA, R. Ambrosio Jr BRAZIL, P. Vinciguerra ITALY, D. Epstein SWITZERLAND Room B5

SUNDAY

IC46

A video bouquet of phaco complications which should never have occurred: with tips on damage control and prevention to optimise postoperative outcomes (B)

A. Chakrabarti INDIA, R. Yeoh SINGAPORE, K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS, R. Packard UK, J. Titiyal INDIA, S. Haldipurkar INDIA Hall C5

IC47 NEW

Achieving optimal cataract surgery outcomes in eyes with retinal disease or uveitis (I)

Z. Shalchi UK, C. Pavesio UK, R. Hamilton UK, P. Hykin UK, A. Tufail UK, K. Pakzad-Vaezi UK Room B10

IC48

Collagen cross-linking: indications, applications, results, complications and evolving technology (A)

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, G. Pamel USA, S. Jacob INDIA, D. Stulting USA, B. Armstrong USA Room B7

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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J. Güell SPAIN, M. Busin ITALY, H. Dua UK, R. Mohan INDIA Room B9

10.30 – 13.30

Instructional Course IC44* Schlemm’s canal surgery: ab-externo and ab-interno (viscocanalostomy and canaloplasty)(A)

C. Peckar UK, R. Stegmann SOUTH AFRICA, N. Koerber GERMANY, M. Grieshaber SWITZERLAND, V. Jasinskas LITHUANIA Room B6


SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 10.30 – 12.00

11.00 – 13.00

Free Paper Session

Main Symposium

Cataract Surgery Instrumentation/Surgical Devices

Astigmatism Management in Cataract Surgery

Hall C1 Chairperson:

B. Malyugin RUSSIA

Moderators:

K. Miller USA U. Pleyer GERMANY

10.30

10.36

U. Pleyer GERMANY European observatory of cataract practice: intracameral mydriatics and anesthetics in cataract surgery in 2015 in Sweden compared to EU A. Panico, R. Bellucci ITALY Intracameral mydriasis vs eyedrop mydriasis in phacoemulsification

Auditorium A Chairpersons:

T. Olsen DENMARK D. Spalton UK

11.00

D. Koch USA Measuring astigmatism

11.15

G. Barrett AUSTRALIA Calculating astigmatic correction

11.30 Discussion 11.40

W. Hill USA Intraoperative aberrometry

11.55

S. Daya UK Managing irregular astigmatism

A. Shrivastava, S. Mushriff, K. Singh, D. Verma INDIA Efficacy of nepafenac and flurbiprofen in maintaining intraoperative mydriasis during phacoemusification: a comparative study

12.10 Discussion 12.20

10.48

E. Assia, A. Belkin, F. Segev ISRAEL Clinical experience with a novel pupil expander in complicated and complex cases

G. Auffarth GERMANY Marking the axis

12.35

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Correcting misaligned IOLs and astigmatic surprises

10.54

S. Bhattacharjee, B. Dick, J. Alió, K. Tjia, J. Febbraro, S. Daya, K. Reddy, S. Ganesh, A. Bhaumik Disha INDIA 1st and 2nd generation Bhattacharjee ring (B-HEX): multicentre trial

11.00

H. Uy, K. Kenyon, R. Pineda PHILIPPINES Experience with a novel polyurethane, hinged pupil expansion device for the management of small pupils during cataract surgery

11.06

Discussion

11.18

S. Entani, H. Toda JAPAN Indications and outcomes of capsular tension ring implantation in eyes with zonular weakness: a review of 23,903 cataract surgeries

11.24

H. Jasim, I. Pereni, G. Smith UK Cataract surgery in highly myopic patients: does a capsular tension ring improve refractive outcomes?

11.30

K. Miller USA Outcomes of implantation of modified capsular tension rings with multiple black occluder paddles for eyes with congenital and acquired iris defects

11.36

J. Slagsvold NORWAY Uncomplicated phacos with or without a capsular tension ring in eyes with pseudoexfoliation (PEX)

11.42

J. Martinez de Aragon, J. Villada THE NETHERLANDS A new design of the capsular tension ring, further development: the closed ring

11.48

B. Josef, R. Sahler, S. Enright, R. Alley, K. Shan, S. Schhoeung GERMANY Chemical basis for alteration of an intraocular lens using a femtosecond laser

11.54

Discussion

12.00

End of session

12.50 Discussion 13.00

SUNDAY

10.42

End of session

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

14.00 – 16.00

Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery Symposium

Video Awards Session

Controversies in Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Announcement of the Winners of the 2016 Video Competition

Auditorium A

Hall C1

Chairpersons:

T. Kohnen GERMANY (EUROPEAN EDITOR) S. Srinivasan UK (EUROPEAN ASSOCIATE EDITOR)

Best refractive procedure for low to moderate myopia (< 6 dioptres) 14.00

D. Reinstein UK Small incision lenticule extraction is the procedure of choice

14.10

J. Stevens UK Femtosecond-assisted LASIK is the procedure of choice

14.20

E. Mertens BELGIUM Phakic IOL implantation is the procedure of choice

14.30 Discussion

SUNDAY

Surgical correction of low to moderate astigmatism during lens surgery 14.43

L. Nichamin USA Manual peripheral corneal relaxing incisions

14.53

D. Koch USA Femtosecond laser: intrastromal relaxing incisions

15.03

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Toric IOLs

15.13 Discussion

Surgical correction of presbyopia 15.26

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Solutions at the corneal plane (inlay, excimer) are the best

15.36

B. Cochener FRANCE Solutions at the lenticular plane are the best

15.46 Discussion 16.00

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End of session

Chairperson:

R. Packard UK

Judging Panel:

J. Alió SPAIN E. Assia ISRAEL Z. Biro HUNGARY C. Budo BELGIUM E. Fabian GERMANY R. Linnola FINLAND B. Little UK O. Nishi JAPAN S. Ong THE NETHERLANDS V. Picardo ITALY M. Piovella ITALY C. Reshmi USA

The first place video in each category, and the overall Michael Blumenthal Award winner, will be viewed and discussed during the session. Cataract and refractive poster prizes, and the John Henahan Prize for Young Ophthalmologists, will also be awarded.


SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 15.00

14.30 – 16.30

Moderated Poster Session

Instructional Courses

FLACS

IC49* Overview of phakic IOLs (B)

Moderators: 14.00

14.10

R. Bellucci ITALY Z. Nagy HUNGARY

S. Han, H. Yang, K. Lee SOUTH KOREA Risk factors affecting successful femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap INDIA Comparison of femtosecond laser grid pattern and chop cylinder pattern of nucleus division with MICS on cumulative dissipated energy (CDE) in dense cataract surgery and its effect on early postoperative corneal volume and endothelial count

A. Marinho PORTUGAL, C. Budo BELGIUM, A. El Danasoury SAUDI ARABIA, P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS, G. Baikoff FRANCE Room B5

IC50 Oculoplastic surgery for cataract and refractive surgeons (A)

V. Thaller UK, F. Quaranta-Leone ITALY, I. Mavrikakis GREECE, M. Gonzalez-Candial SPAIN Room B3

This course is organised by the European Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

IC51

L. Mastropasqua, P. Mattei, L. Toto, L. Vecchiarino, E. D'ugo, E. Doronzo, G. Falconio ITALY All laser cataract surgery compared to femtophaco surgery: corneal trauma evaluation

Teaching statistics in the overall context of preparing and writing a scientific paper (B)

D. Young UK, S. Corson UK Room B8

14.30

F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Experimental in-vitro high speed camera analysis of femtosecond laser pattern application

IC52 Visual field evaluation (I)

14.40

I. Belonozhenko, T. Semenova, I. Tereshchenko, E. Sorokin RUSSIA The first experience of femtosecond laser-assisted phacoemulsification in cataract surgery complicated by the weakness of the zonular lens support

14.20

14.50

15.00

V. Rasch GERMANY LASICAT II, cataract ​​ surgery with personalized femtolaser-based astigmatism with Lensar Streamline II, review after 100 first treatments End of session

Dept of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Strathclyde Scotland

F. Rowe UK Room B12

IC53

How to avoid the mistakes we made in converting to DMEK (I)

F. Badala ITALY, S. Hannush USA, A. Saad FRANCE, H. Dua UK, J. Ma CANADA Room B6

IC54

Femtophaco: advancing frontiers (A)

A. Vasavada INDIA, G. Auffarth GERMANY, Z. Nagy HUNGARY, M. Lawless AUSTRALIA, S. Vasavada INDIA Room B9

SUNDAY

Poster Village: Pod 1

IC55 Phaco nightmares and worst case scenarios: a video-based course (I)

A. Agarwal INDIA, D. Chang USA, R. Osher USA, T. Kohnen GERMANY, A. Agarwal INDIA Hall C4

IC56 My perfect SMILE (I)

D. Kook GERMANY, R. Wiltfang GERMANY, M. Nubile ITALY, L. Mastropasqua ITALY, J. Hjortdal DENMARK Room B7

IC57 Managing early complications in cataract NEW surgery (B)

M. Pande UK, M. Nanavaty UK, B. Little UK, S. Srinivasan UK, S. Goel UK, P. Ursell UK Hall C5

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER IC58 Limbal stem cell deficiency and its management (I)

A. Barua UK, D. Lake UK, S. Ahmad UK, S. Hamada UK, L. Au UK, P. Mathewson UK Room B10

IC114 DALK: from standard technique to new frontiers (A)

V. Sarnicola ITALY, S. Hannush USA, R. Fogla INDIA, E. Sarnicola ITALY, D. Tan SINGAPORE, E. Holland USA Room B4

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate

14.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 16.00

Free Paper Session Glaucoma I Auditorium C6 Chairperson:

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND

Moderators:

A. Bergstrom SWEDEN R. Spinetta ITALY

14.30

A. Ganguly, S. Chakravorty, J. Sengupta INDIA Preliminary results of SLT in post PKP eyes with secondary open-angle glaucoma

14.36

A. Klezlova, K. Hlozankova, D. Krizova, P. Studeny CZECH REPUBLIC Intraocular pressure after posterior lamellar keratoplasty

14.42

A. Khafagy, H. Elmekawey EGYPT Management of bleb failure with 5-fluorouracil augmented bleb needling and sub-bleb Healon-5 injection

14.48

M. Pravosudova, V. Naumenko RUSSIA Long-term outcomes of leucosapphire drainage implantation for surgical treatment of refractory glaucoma

14.54

Discussion

15.06

F. Hengerer, T. Kohnen, I. Conrad-Hengerer GERMANY Personal experience and outcomes through one year following implantation of second generation trabecular micro-bypass stents in patients with open-angle glaucoma

15.12

A. Amisano, S. Morselli, A. Toso ITALY MICS and MIGS with XEN gel stent

15.18

I. Kersten-Gomez, M. Lenzhofer, L. Eisenkopf, I. Ahmed, H. Reitsamer, B. Dick GERMANY Four year long-term follow-up results after minimally invasive transscleral XEN glaucoma gel stent ab interno implantation in a prospective multicenter trial

15.24

Discussion

15.36

M. Economou SWEDEN XEN implant alone vs phaco-XEN for POAG/PXG: the Stockholm experience

15.42

J. Konopinska, A. Byszewska, E. Saeed, M. Wojnar, Z. Mariak, M. Rekas POLAND Surgical and refractive outcomes of combined phacoExPRESS vs phacotrabeculectomy: 6 month follow-up

15.48

R. Spinetta, V. Aragno, G. Consolandi, F. Germinetti, T. Rolle, F. Maria ITALY Anterior segment optical coherence tomography and in vivo confocal microscopy imaging of conjunctival filtering blebs after XEN gel stent implantation: predictive factors of bleb functionality, 1 year results

15.54

I. Riss, J. Battle, L. Pinchuk, Y. Kato, B. Weber, J. Parel FRANCE One and two year results comparing phakic, pseudophakic and combined with cataract surgery cases for the InnFocus MicroShuntÂŽ

16.00

End of session

SUNDAY

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S. Yun, M. Kim, H. Tchah, J. Kim SOUTH KOREA Feasibility of sirolimus and tacrolimus-coated silicone plate to modify conjunctival wound healing in the rabbit model

15.54

U. Singh, D. Bansal, M. Dogra, S. Singh, A. Bal INDIA Clinical and histopathological correlation of outcomes in advanced retinoblastoma with neoadjuvant chemotherapy

16.00

End of session

Free Paper Session Inflammation and Pathology Hall C2 Chairperson:

U. Stenevi SWEDEN

Moderators:

L. Cordoves SPAIN S. Manning IRELAND

14.30

O. Spierer, P. Monsalve, T. O'Brien, E. Alfonso, D. Gologorsky, D. Miller ISRAEL Clinical features, antibiotic sensitivity profiles and outcomes of infectious keratitis caused by Achromobacter xylosoxidans

14.36

S. Saha, J. Sengupta, A. Khetan, D. Chatterjee, D. Banerjee INDIA Gene expression of fungal biofilms associated with infective keratitis

14.42

A. Jhinja, D. Singh, A. Sinha INDIA Excellent outcomes of an intravitreal four drug regimen combined with single port limited pars plana vitrectomy or conventional three port pars plana vitrectomy for the treatment of acute post cataract surgery endophthalmitis

14.48

E. Wong, C. Chow, W. Luk, K. Fung, K. Li CHINA Ocular methicillin resistant staphyloccocus aureus infection in a Chinese population: an overview on epidemiology, clinical features, antibiotic susceptibility and proposed treatment protocol â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a 10-year hospital-based study

14.54

B. Ekinci Koktekir, A. Huseynov, U. Kamis, S. Okudan TURKEY Anterior and posterior segment safety of intracameral antibiotics: moxifloxacin vs cefuroxime

15.00

D. Muttuvelu, C. Uggerhoej-Andersen DENMARK Skill assessment and competency based cataract surgery education in EBO countries

15.06

Discussion

15.12

A. Celebi, C. Ozbey, G. Mirza TURKEY The role of mast cells in vascularized recurrent pterygium

15.18

K. Krix-Jachym, M. Tlustochowicz, R. Rozycki, M. Rekas POLAND Evaluation of visual acuity, astigmatism changes and recurrence rate after three types of pterygium surgery

15.24

G. De Benedetti, A. Vaiano, E. Coronado Quitllet, I. Aldasoro Caceres SPAIN Comparison between oral azithromycin and doxycycline in meibomian gland dysfunction: a randomised controlled trial

15.30

Discussion

15.42

K. Darcy, C. Chu, M. Buckle, D. Tole UK Immunosuppression in atopic keratoconjunctivitis: experience from a single centre

SUNDAY

14.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 16.00

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.30

15.00 – 16.30

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Pre/Post-Op Special Cases

Phakic IOLs I

Poster Village: Pod 1

Poster Village: Pod 2

Facilitator: A. Panico ITALY

Facilitator: M. Shajari GERMANY

15.00

S. Frazão, L. Paris, J. Neves, R. Silva, M. Vila Franca, H. Nogueira, J. Henriques PORTUGAL The missing haptic: a case report of late postoperative recurrent vitreous hemorrhage

15.00

D. Mathur, R. Dutta, N. Shroff INDIA A retrospective analysis of cataract incidence after collagen copolymer phakic intraocular lens implantation for myopia and astigmatism

15.10

M. Noronha, N. Coelho, T. Gomes, J. Branco PORTUGAL Bilateral late spontaneous intraocular lens dislocation after cataract surgery: case report

15.10

A. El Aswad, J. Alió, K. Pachkoria EGYPT Comparison of induction of aberrations caused by implantation different phakic IOLS

15.20

N. Shilova, E. Livny, A. Sternfeld, I. Bahar ISRAEL Novel maneuver for the alleviation of pseudophakic optic capture and consequent pupillary block

15.20

15.30

E. Cabourne, N. Lau, R. Angunawela UK Severe corneal melting following routine cataract surgery in patients using ketorolac and neomycin

M. Naveiras, L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto, B. Alfonso-Bartolozzi, R. Montes-Mico, J. Alfonso SPAIN Functional outcomes and vault after five-year follow-up of -20.00 diopters myopic phakic intraocular lens implantation

15.40

F. Manurung, T. Gondhowiardjo INDONESIA Combined capsular tension ring and phacoemulsification in a moderate subluxated lens of a Marfan syndrome case

15.30

J. Titiyal, M. Kaur, R. Falera, R. Sinha, N. Sharma INDIA Indications for explantation of implantable collamer lens

15.40

A. Chialvo, S. Soria, P. Canepa, A. Chialvo, N. Feola, P. Guerena, P. Coccaro ARGENTINA Evaluation of cataract formation in patients with posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens: comparison of 2 series

15.50

O. Jungwoo, K. Nohoon SOUTH KOREA Efficacy and rotational stability of Hole-Visian implantable collamer lens for myopic astigmatism correction

16.00

D. Kang, H. Lee, J. Choi, B. Ha, E. Kim, T. Kim SOUTH KOREA Predictive factors of postoperative vaulting after implantation of 12.6mm sized V4c implantable collamer lens (ICL)

16.10

R. Khoramnia, T. Tandogan, M. Holzer, C. Choi, G. Auffarth GERMANY Spontaneously subluxated iris-fixated phakic intraocular lenses: a laboratory study for material analysis

16.20

C. Lisa, M. Naveiras, J. Blazquez, R. Montes-Mico, J. Alfonso SPAIN Secondary implant of diffractive epicapsular lens over monofocal lens

16.30

End of session

15.50

A. Shradqa, K. Vinod, M. Frolov, G. Dushina, A. Belodedova RUSSIA Bilateral spontaneous dislocation of in-the-bag intraocular lens

16.00

I. Careba, I. Akram UK A 'double glazed' eye: case report

16.10

N. Chirapapaisan, P. Chonpimai, C. Chirapapaisan THAILAND Cataract surgery with foldable single piece IOLs in microcornea and posterior polar cataract

16.20

A. Tan, D. Tan SINGAPORE Femtosecond-assisted cataract surgery after deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty

16.30

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15.00 – 16.30

15.00 – 16.30

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Glaucoma

Ocular Pathologies

Poster Village: Pod 3

Poster Village: Pod 4

Facilitator: N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS

Facilitator: S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

15.00

C. Caglar, A. Gul, M. Batur, T. Yasar TURKEY Comparison of glaucoma probability score and Moorfields regression analysis to discriminate glaucomatous and healthy eyes

15.10

S. Ben Yahia, R. Kahloun, I. Ksiaa, H. Ben Amor, S. Zaouali, S. Attia, M. Khairallah TUNISIA Role of laser flare photometry in predicting the risk of glaucoma in patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome

15.20

15.30

15.40

15.00

P. Gomez Faiña, X. Nunez Perez, J. Gracia Martinez SPAIN Unilateral secondary congenital aphakia

15.10

N. Binti Kader Naina Mohd, E. McElnea, G. Fahy IRELAND Corneal melt in a rheumatoid patient: not what it seems

15.20

H. Kim, H. Moon, C. Cho, J. Kim, S. Park SOUTH KOREA Changes of peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness and ganglion cell complex thickness after small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE)

S. Ben Yahia, S. Gargouri, N. Abroug, I. Ksia, O. Ben Lassoued, S. Ben Yahia, M. Khairallah TUNISIA Penetrating eye injuries in Tunisian children: etiology and visual outcome

15.30

M. Dowlut, A. Higham, M. Chakrabarti, J. Parker, P. Hassett UK Trabeculectomy outcomes: do results in a district general hospital setting compare to larger centres?

M. Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, E. Espejo de los Riscos, G. Rodriguez Moreno THE NETHERLANDS Umbilical cord serum vs autologous serum in severe dry eye disease

15.40

C. González Gallardo, A. Solans Perez de Larraya, I. Garcia del Moral SPAIN Impression citology in the diagnosis of ocular surface tumors

15.50

A. Mazhari, P. Mahajan, R. Shukla, P. Chakarpani, R. Kairati INDIA Isopropyl alcohol-based excision biopsy of ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN) and closing the big conjunctival defect with a small autograft by a newer technique

16.00

V. Surong, S. Saikia INDIA Case report of ocular squamous neoplasia (recalcitrant case): a novel approach with interferon alpha 2b adjunct with Lucentis (ranibizumab injection)

I. Elhawary SAUDI ARABIA Comparison of surgical outcomes of ExPRESS shunt and Ahmed valve in neovascular glaucoma

15.50

H. Höh, S. Grisanti, S. Grisanti, A. Anton, C. Erb, P. Guguchkova, J. Garcia-Feijoo GERMANY Multicenter three-year results after combined cataract surgery and supraciliary microstent implantation for open-angle glaucoma

16.00

C. Cutolo, A. Bagnis, R. Scotto, C. Traverso ITALY Outcomes of CO2 laser-assisted sclerectomy surgery (CLASS) for open-angle glaucoma treatment

16.10

N. Koerber GERMANY Efficacy and safety of ab-interno canaloplasty (ABiC) for the treatment of glaucoma

16.10

E. Ghazaryan, A. Zilfyan ARMENIA MMP9 protein level in tear film as a possible diagnostic marker for keratoconus

16.20

A. De Gregorio, G. Stevan, S. Morselli ITALY Safety and efficacy of multiple cyclocoagulation of ciliary bodies by high-intensity focused ultrasound in patients with glaucoma

16.20

J. Ruiz Montenegro, M. Rivodo, V. Rangel MEXICO Morphological changes in contact lens wearers detected with specular microscopy analysis

16.30

End of session

16.30

End of session

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 16.00 – 18.00

Video Symposium on Surgical Complications ‘You Make the Call’ Real-Time Reactions of Experts to Unseen Videos Auditorium A Chairpersons:

D. Chang USA A. Ivarsen DENMARK R. Linnola FINLAND R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS I. Tuisku FINLAND

The chairpersons will present 8 different video cases selected from their own practice. The videos will be paused at key decision points and the audience will be asked to make multiple clinical decisions using their voting keypads. Expert panellists who, like the audience, are viewing the videos for the first time will discuss the management of each case both before and after the outcome is shown.

SUNDAY

Panellists: V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

Panellists: B. Little UK, G. Scharioth GERMANY

16.00

Case 1: Iris reconstruction (R. Nuijts)

17.00

Case 5: A case of choroidal effusion (R. Linnola)

16.15

Case 2: Recurrent pseudophakic microhyphema (D. Chang)

17.15

Case 6: Rapid onset, post vitrectomy cataract (D. Chang)

Panellists: J. Güell SPAIN, W. Sekundo GERMANY

Panellists: E. Assia ISRAEL, B. Malyugin RUSSIA

16.30

Case 3: Difficult lenticule extraction in SMILE (A. Ivarsen)

17.30

Case 7: Subluxated IOL (I. Tuisku)

16.45

Case 4: Misaligned toric IOL (D. Chang)

17.45

Case 8: Decentered multifocal IOLs (R. Nuijts)

18.00 End of session

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 16.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 18.00

17.32

A. Silva, J. Marques, E. Costa, A. Martins Rosa, C. Tavares, M. Quadrado, J. Neto Murta PORTUGAL Cataract surgery after topography-guided laser: IOL calculation and refractive results

17.38

J. Plat, D. Hoa, F. Mura, T. Busetto, A. Payerols, M. Villain, V. Daien FRANCE Clinical and biometric determinants of effective lens position after cataract surgery

K. Negishi, S. Masui, M. Saiki, T. Nakamura, K. Tsubota JAPAN Modified double-K method for intraocular lens power calculations after excimer laser corneal refractive surgery: the A-P method using data from anterior segment optical coherence tomography

17.44

R. Chaudhuri, R. Dutta, N. Shroff INDIA Comparison of accuracy of online formulas for IOL power calculation after myopic excimer surgery

16.06

G. Rallatos, C. Katsoulos, I. Pentari, H. Ginis GREECE Towards customised ray tracing in IOL calculation

17.50 Discussion

16.12

S. Srivannaboon, C. Chirapapaisan THAILAND Refractive outcomes of ray tracing IOL calculation in Asian eyes

16.18

C. MacGregor, V. Mas Tur, J. Chovancova, F. Jazayeri, R. Jayaswal UK Accuracy of refractive prediction using a modified Pentacam-axial length (PAL) algorithm in patients undergoing cataract surgery with history of previous laser refractive surgery

16.24

K. Hwang, C. Jeon SOUTH KOREA A new parameter for predicting postoperative intraocular lens position: crystalline lens equator depth

16.30

I. Iehisa, S. Goto, S. Koh, K. Ohnuma, N. Maeda, T. Noda JAPAN Predicting the postoperative effective lens position with anterior chamber depth, lens thickness, and angle-to-angle depth using a new anterior-segment optical coherence tomography

16.36

Discussion

16.48

C. da Costa Paula, Y. Shweikh, R. Deshmukh, M. Restori, V. Saw UK Outcomes of the Haigis-L formula for calculating intraocular lens power after myopic and hyperopic laser refractive surgery in a tertiary teaching hospital

16.54

J. Zhou CHINA Accuracy of intraocular lens power calculation formulas in eyes with an axial length greater than 27.0 mm

17.00

J. Kane, A. Van Heerden AUSTRALIA Gender differences in intraocular lens power calculation: comparison of 7 formulae in 2849 patients

17.06

S. Kuznetsov, D. Logunov RUSSIA Calculation of A-constant for plate-torsion haptic intraocular lens

17.12

Discussion

17.20

N. Ardjomand, B. Vidic AUSTRIA Biometry after ReLEx SMILE

17.26

O. Reitblat, A. Levy, G. Kleinmann, A. Abulafia, E. Assia ISRAEL Intraocular lens power calculation for eyes with high and low average keratometry readings: a comparison between various formulas

IOL Power Calculations Hall C2 Chairperson: 16.00

T. Olsen DENMARK

18.00

End of session

SUNDAY

Free Paper Session

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 16.00 – 18.00

16.00 – 18.00

Young Ophthalmologists Session

Free Paper Session

My Second Two Hundred Cases: Advanced Tips for a Beginner Surgeon

Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric II

Hall H1 Chairpersons:

O. Findl AUSTRIA N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Z. Shalchi UK

16.00

O. Muftuoglu TURKEY Challenging cataracts

16.15

M. Severinsen DENMARK Zonular instability

Auditorium C6 Chairperson:

V. Katsanevaki GREECE

Moderators:

K. Ditzen GERMANY M. Morral SPAIN

16.00

S. Khan, B. Little, V. Maurino UK Outcomes of 272 eyes with AcrySof IQ toric intraocular lens following routine cataract surgery in the National Health Service, UK

16.06

H. Matalia, C. Nandini INDIA Clinical outcomes of Ultima Smart Toric (UST) customized intraocular lens (IOL) implantation for very high astigmatism following keratoplasty

16.12

N. Jung, S. Hwang, J. Hyun, J. Han, D. Lim, T. Chung SOUTH KOREA Comparison of clinical outcomes of toric intraocular lens: Precizon vs Tecnis

16.18

Discussion

16.26

D. Schartmüller, S. Schriefl, D. Schartmüller, R. Menapace, C. Leydolt AUSTRIA Rotational stability of an aspherical hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens: Hoya Vivinex iSert P261

16.32

M. Kang, D. Shin, M. Kim, N. Kang, E. Kim SOUTH KOREA Relation between change of effective lens position and intraocular lens rotation after toric IOL implantation

16.38

K. Vandekerckhove SWITZERLAND Rotational stability of a new toric IOL platform after routine cataract surgery: Ankoris® and Finevision toric®

16.44

G. Scaltrini, M. Piovella ITALY Toric trifocal IOL to achieve emmetropia and near vision: 3 year results

16.50

R. Simons, N. Visser, F. van den Biggelaar, R. Nuijts, C. Webers, N. Bauer, C. Dirksen THE NETHERLANDS Cost-effectiveness analysis of toric vs monofocal intraocular lenses in cataract patients with bilateral corneal astigmatism

16.56

M. Vokrojova, L. Filipova, M. Fucik, Z. Hlinomazova CZECH REPUBLIC Effect of capsular tension ring (CTR) implantation on postoperative rotational stability of a toric intraocular lens

17.02

E. Duignan, P. Mullaney IRELAND Real life outcomes of the AT-Torbi 709MP aspheric toric IOL in a publicly funded Irish hospital

17.08

Discussion

17.16

S. Masket USA Anterior capsulotomy captured (grooved) IOL to prevent negative dysphotopsia (ND)

17.22

P. Jirak, B. Gyoengyoessy, U. SchÖnherr AUSTRIA Long-term rotational stability and visual outcomes of a single-piece hydrophilic acrylic toric IOL

16.30 Discussion 16.40

A. Golovin RUSSIA Pupillary issues

16.55

C. Lisa SPAIN Extreme ametropia

SUNDAY

17.10 Discussion 17.20

F. Kretz GERMANY Operating on patients with retinal disease

17.35

V. Diakonis GREECE Cataract surgery in post refractive surgery patients

17.50 Discussion 18.00

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SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER

17.34

P. Nguyen, N. Hirnschall, B. Döller, R. Varsits, O. Findl AUSTRIA Visual performance and rotational stability after the bilateral implantation of a TECNIS® Symfony toric extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens C. Lisa, M. Naveiras, L. Fernandez-Vega Sanz, R. Montes-Mico, J. Alfonso SPAIN Refractive lensectomy with bilateral implant of a diffractive toric trifocal intraocular lens

17.40

M. Morral, J. Amich, D. Elies, F. Manero, J. Güell SPAIN Astigmatism management in cataract surgery with a new aspheric toric intraocular lens

17.46

B. Giers, R. Khoramnia, L. Weber, T. Tandogan, G. Auffarth GERMANY Rotation and decentration of an undersized plate-haptic trifocal toric IOL in an eye with moderate myopia: case report

17.52

Discussion

18.00

End of session

16.30 – 18.00

Free Paper Session Corneal Inlays for Presbyopia Correction Hall C1 Chairperson:

B. Cochener FRANCE

Moderators:

M. Dvali GEORGIA D. Koch USA

16.30

S. Bafna, W. Wiley USA Initial results using a small aperture corneal inlay to extend depth-of-focus in a broad spectrum of patients

16.36

B. Will USA A novel method for the intraoperative measurement of the centration of small aperture corneal inlays used for the treatment of presbyopia

16.42

J. Mehta, A. Konstantopoulos, Y. Liu SINGAPORE Wound-healing response of different pocket configuration on presbyopic inlay

16.48

J. Machat CANADA Causes for explantation of small aperture corneal inlays

16.54

S. Schallhorn USA Effect of pupil size on visual performance with small aperture corneal inlay

17.00

D. Koch, R. Steinert USA Clinical impact after implantation of non-refractive transparent corneal inlay: US IDE clinical trial update

17.06

Discussion

17.24

G. Parkhurst, R. Steinert, D. Koch USA Visual outcomes after implantation of a non-refractive transparent corneal inlay for the treatment of presbyopia: US FDA clinical trial update

17.30

B. Cochener, A. Lang, E. Barragan Garza, A. Chayey FRANCE Epithelial remodeling induced by a corneal hydrogel shape-changing inlay placed under a femtosecond flap

17.36

M. Mrochen, D. Muller SWITZERLAND Allogenic corneal inlays and onlays

17.42 Discussion 18.00

End of session

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17.28


SUNDAY 11 SEPTEMBER 17.00 – 18.00

Instructional Courses IC59 The perplexing pupil: too small or too large (I)

NEW

H. Uy PHILIPPINES, K. Kenyon USA Hall C4

IC60 Open sesame: dealing with the small pupil (I) S. Bhattacharjee INDIA, J. Alió SPAIN, G. Luthra INDIA, A. Bhaumik INDIA Room B5

IC61 DMEK 2.0: the pull-through technique for complete standardisation (A) NEW M. Busin ITALY, J. Beltz AUSTRALIA, V. Scorcia ITALY Hall C5

IC62 Cloud collaboration tools (I) E. Mata Diaz SPAIN, C. Monton Gimenez SPAIN, NEW

C. de Pablo Martin SPAIN, A. Sanchez Ventosa SPAIN Room B3

IC63 Glaucoma surgery techniques: trabeculectomy, phacotrabeculectomy and bleb revision (I) NEW S. Perera SINGAPORE, D. Goh SINGAPORE, R. Husain SINGAPORE Room B4

SUNDAY

IC64 When and how to introduce femtosecond laser cataract surgery into training (B) NEW B. Sheth USA Room B6

IC65 Femto cataract: pearls in techniques and management of complications (B) J. De La Cruz USA, L. Izquierdo PERU, W. Chamon BRAZIL Room B8

IC66 Biometry for ophthalmologists (I) NEW

J. Bolger UK Room B7

IC67 Understanding and managing dry eye after cataract and refractive surgery (I)

S. Barabino ITALY, E. Messmer GERMANY, M. Labetoulle FRANCE Room B10

IC68 All you need to know about contact lenses as a refractive surgeon (I) EBO

C. Koppen BELGIUM, E. Toker TURKEY, A. Geerards THE NETHERLANDS Room B9

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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Free Paper Session Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal I

09.24

B. Kusa, M. Piovella ITALY Trifocal IOL implantation to achieve better patient satisfaction: 4 year clinical results and quality of vision

09.30

F. Poyales, N. Garzon, D. Pizarro, S. Cobreces, A. Hernandez, D. Jimnez SPAIN Stability and visual quality yielded by 3 intraocular trifocal lenses having the same optical zone design but differing in material and/or toricity

09.36

A. Scialdone, G. Monaco, M. Gari ITALY Visual outcomes and optical performance of two presbyopia-correcting intraocular lenses implanted in cataract patients: trifocal vs extended-range-ofvision IOL

Auditorium A Chairperson:

Z. Nagy HUNGARY

Moderators:

R. Mencucci ITALY O. Muftuoglu TURKEY

MONDAY

08.00

R. Mencucci, F. Seidita, J. Caprara, O. Caporossi, E. Favuzza ITALY Evaluation of visual acuity, reading performance and contrast sensitivity in presbyopic patients after bilateral implantation of AT LISA tri 839MP, AcrySof IQ PanOptix or TECNIS Symfony intraocular lenses

08.06

V. Puangsricharern, P. Pisuchpen THAILAND Visual outcomes and patient satisfaction after bilateral implantation of trifocal intraocular lens with enhanced depth-of-focus

08.12

I. Ferreira, K. Zuniga, E. Chavez Mondragon MEXICO First objective and subjective outcomes with a new trifocal diffractive IOL Physiol (FineVision) in a Mexican population

08.18

I. Bahar ISRAEL Outcomes of a trifocal intraocular lens implantation: results of a prospective clinical trial

08.24

O. Muftuoglu, R. Aydin TURKEY Comparison of clinical outcomes of multifocal intraocular lenses with +2.50, +3.00 and +3.75 add power, and trifocal intraocular lenses

08.30

R. Nuijts, S. Jonker, F. van den Biggelaar, I. Saelens, N. Bauer THE NETHERLANDS Initial clinical results with the ReSTOR IQ PanOptix MIOL: clinical comparison with a trifocal and bifocal MIOL

08.36

R. Bilbao-Calabuig, F. Llovet-Osuna, F. Gonzalez-Lopez, J. Beltran SPAIN Neodymium:YAG capsulotomy rates with two trifocal intraocular lenses

08.42

Discussion

08.54

D. Gatinel, J. Loicq FRANCE Clinically relevant optical properties of three types of intraocular lenses

09.00

R. Khoramnia, S. Liebing, T. Tandogan, C. Choi, G. Auffarth GERMANY Comparison of the optical quality of different trifocal intraocular lenses using an optical bench

09.06

Discussion

09.12

S. Ti, Y. Yang, S. Chee SINGAPORE Comparative early unaided visual outcomes, contrast sensitivity and defocus curves of 2 trifocal intraocular lens implants in Asian patients

09.18

P. Biswas, N. Chandak, A. Paul, L. Kochgaway INDIA Visual outcomes and patient satisfaction after bilateral implantation of diffractive trifocal FineVision intraocular lens over 6 months

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09.42 Discussion 09.52

R. Dubey, A. Haider, P. Versace AUSTRALIA Angle kappa: does it matter in multifocal intraocular lens surgery?

09.58

K. KrĂĄnitz, I. Kovacs, A. Dunai, G. Sandor, E. Juhasz, T. Filkorn, Z. Nagy HUNGARY Changes of angle kappa after multifocal intraocular lens implantation

10.04

P. Versace, A. Haider, R. Dubey AUSTRALIA Angle kappa as a determinant of success with multifocal IOLs

10.10 Discussion 10.30

End of session


08.00 – 10.30

Free Paper Session Cataract Surgery Special Cases Auditorium C6 Chairperson:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

Moderators:

M. Mota PORTUGAL N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS

08.00

J. Reddy, P. Kumar, A. Mohamed, P. Vaddavalli INDIA Intraocular lens power calculation in keratoconic eyes

08.06

R. Pérez Cambrodí, D. Piñero Llorens, V. Camps, E. Caravaca Arenys, D. de Fez, J. Ruiz Fortes, R. Soto Negro SPAIN Preliminary validation of an optimized algorithm for intraocular lens power calculation in keratoconus

08.12

E. Coskunseven, A. Koc Akbay, O. Sahin, I. Pallikaris TURKEY ICR implantation in the treatment of irregular cornea in keratoconus before cataract surgery

08.18

M. Naveiras, L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto, J. Merayo-Lloves, D. Madrid-Costa, J. Alfonso SPAIN Sequential implant of intracorneal ring segment and monofocal intraocular lens in patients with keratoconus and cataract

08.24

N. Visser, V. Webers, N. Bauer, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Cataract surgery with toric intraocular lens implantation in patients with keratoconus

08.30

P. Patil Chhablani, C. Ezisi, R. Kekunnaya, S. Jalali, D. Balakrishnan, P. Kumari INDIA Cataract surgery in children with retinopathy of prematurity (ROP): surgical and visual outcomes

08.36

Discussion

08.38

G. Bátor, Z. Kardos, A. Zelko HUNGARY Cataract surgery after penetrating keratoplasty with implantation of individually-made toric intraocular lenses

08.44

F. Badala ITALY Eyemax™ IOL: a new approach to macular disease

08.50

K. Baig, S. Sabeti, Y. Yang, E. Santiago, N. Noordeh CANADA Evaluation of a novel artificial iris

08.56

M. Mota, D. Silva, C. Pedrosa, P. Pego, C. Vendrell, I. Prieto PORTUGAL Ectopia lentis: surgical management and visual outcomes

09.02

Discussion

09.10

P. Kanclerz, P. Lipowski, E. Serkies-Minuth, L. Glasner POLAND Silicone oil cataract: difficulties in the surgery and prognosis

09.16

P. Vassileva, Y. Kirilova, I. Georgiev, A. Georgieva BULGARIA Timing of cataract surgery in patient with wet AMD

09.22

E. Yuksel, M. Ozmen, K. Bilgihan TURKEY Endoillumination-assisted phacoemulsification surgery in severe corneal opacity

09.28

K. Solomon, S. Lane, D. Hardten, H. Sandoval USA Intravitreal injection with or without topical NSAID for cataract prophylaxis

09.34

B. Fisher, R. Potvin USA Dropless™ vs Less Drops™ pharmaceutical regimens after cataract surgery

09.40

Discussion

09.50

D. Ma, J. Chen TAIWAN Effect of acrylic and silicon intraocular lenses on visual outcome in eyes with posterior capsular rupture during phacoemulsification

09.56

A. Pérez-Arteaga MEXICO Technique for cataract surgery in eyes with neovascularization of the anterior segment

10.02

S. Shukhaev, V. Naumenko, E. Boiko RUSSIA Efficacy of capsule support hooks in cases of severe subluxation of crystalline lens

10.08

E. Söğütlü Sarı, A. Koytak, A. Yazici, G. Sahin, S. Ermis TURKEY The effect of secondary intraocular lens implantation on macular thickness: posterior fixated iris-claw lens versus scleral fixated intraocular lens implantation

10.14

D. Verma, S. Kumari, D. Agarwal INDIA Management of hard posterior polar cataract by modified phaco technique

10.20

A. Day, P. Donachie, R. Jordan, J. Sparrow UK Over half of retinal detatchments following cataract surgery with posterior capsule rupture occur within two months

10.26

Discussion

10.30

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MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.30

09.38

Discussion

Free Paper Session

09.48

M. Ray, C. Chai, A. Tan SINGAPORE Surgical outcome of conjunctival autograft in primary double-headed pterygium: fibrin glue vs sutures

09.54

A. Pashtaev, B. Malyugin, S. Izmailova RUSSIA Femtosecond laser-assisted deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty for keratoconus

10.00

V. Scorcia, P. Leon, S. Gutfreund, S. Graffi, C. Russo, Y. Nahum ITALY Outcomes of air injection within 2 mm inside a deep trephination for deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty

10.06

L. Buzzonetti, R. Ardia, G. Petrocelli, S. Petroni, R. Parrilla, P. Valente ITALY The big bubble full femto technique: a new standardized femtosecond laser-assisted big-bubble technique in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK)

Cornea Surgical I Hall C1 Chairperson:

M. Dickman THE NETHERLANDS

Moderators:

O. Antonova RUSSIA J. Boberg-Ans DENMARK

S. Rufai, R. Borbara, N. Tan, J. Self UK A prospective observational study of corneal endothelial cell morphology in young children using specular microscopy

08.06

M. Dickman, S. Dunker, P. Kruit, L. Remijer, A. Van der Lelij, J. van Rooij, R. Wijdh, F. van den Biggelaar, T. van den Berg, T. Berendschot, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Quality of vision after ultrathin Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (UT-DSAEK) and DSAEK, a randomized multicenter clinical trial

10.12

08.12

A. Anshu, D. Tan, J. Mehta, S. Chee, S. Young SINGAPORE Outcomes of DSAEK in eyes with secondary IOL implants

C. Bovone, S. Gutfreund, S. Graffi, P. Leon, B. Filipovic Ricci, Y. Nahum, M. Busin ITALY Clinical outcomes of deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty with Descemet baring limited to the central 6 mm

10.18

08.18

Discussion

N. Maycock, A. Garg, H. Roberts, D. O'Brart UK Late stromal rejection in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: a case series

08.34

M. Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, E. Groeneveld Âvan Beek, V. Liarakos, J. van der Wees, S. Oellerich, M. Bruinsma, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Association between graft storage time and donor age with endothelial cell density and graft adherence after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty

10.24

E. Sarnicola, C. Sarnicola, F. Sabatino, V. Sarnicola ITALY Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: all the ruptures can be fixed

10.30

End of session

MONDAY

08.00

08.40

P. Leon, S. Gutfreund, S. Graffi, G. Giannaccare, L. Mattioli, M. Busin ITALY Outcomes of contact lens-assisted pull-through technique for delivery of tri-folded (endothelium in) DMEK grafts

08.46

E. Livny, Y. Nahum, I. Gabay, I. Bahar ISRAEL Descemet's stripping under automated continuous air flow in Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK): a technique

08.52

K. Droutsas, A. Lazaridis, S. Spyridoula, L. Giallouros, C. Koutsandrea, W. Sekundo GREECE Comparison of three injector systems for Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty

08.58

Discussion

09.14

H. Ong, K. Muthusamy, S. Fung, K. Saha, R. Stewart, M. Wilkins UK Clinical outcomes of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasties (DMEK) performed at a multi-surgeon ophthalmic teaching hospital: a retrospective case series

09.20

L. Daniel Ponniah, A. Agarwal INDIA Pre-Descemet's endothelial keratoplasty (PDEK): our journey to date

09.26

O. Antonova, B. Malyugin, E. Malyutina RUSSIA Clinical outcomes of DSAEK and modified (endothelium-inside roll) DMEK

09.32

S. Cross, S. Kacker USA Cost utility analysis of DMEK vs DSAEK

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09.42

H. Tchah, J. Kwag, H. Jeong, C. Moon, J. Yoon, J. Kim, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA The femtosecond laser intrastromal astigmatic incision vs the femtosecond laser transepithelial astigmatic incision: which is better?

09.48

M. Medhat Elgammal, Y. Salah El Din Mostafa, R. Ahmed Abdel Salam, L. Samy Ali EGYPT Evaluation of the accuracy of sub-Bowman's keratomileusis microkeratome in flap creation during LASIK surgery

09.54

J. Costa, F. Neves, L. Figueiredo, C. Arede PORTUGAL Posterior corneal surface stability and anterior chamber depth measurement after laser-assisted keratomileusis

10.00

J. Bathia, H. Chasia, P. Punamia INDIA Compare the incidence of microstriae between mircokeratome and femtosecond laser flaps of different thickness

10.06

K. Mehta, C. Mehta INDIA Amblyopic LASIK in young children (4 to 12 years)

10.12

K. Koodlu, T. Suchi Smitha, S. Shetty, H. Vokudu, S. Ganekal INDIA Laser blended vision: LASIK for presbyopia and clinical experience in 200 patients

10.18

N. Davey, I. Aslanides, G. Kymionis, V. Andreadakis, V. Selimis, I. Smyrnakis, G. Kaloutsakis GREECE Evaluating reading speed and eye tracking behaviour pre and post laser refractive correction in myopic patients using a novel RADAR (rapid assessment of difficulties and abnormalities in reading) eye tracking evaluation system

10.24

Discussion

10.30

End of session

Free Paper Session LASIK Hall C3 Chairperson:

M. Piovella ITALY

Moderators:

A. Doga RUSSIA M. Teus SPAIN

08.00

08.06

08.12

08.18

M. Teus, C. Bouza, C. Villa, A. Rodero, M. Garcia-Gonzalez SPAIN OCT evaluation of the morphology of FS-LASIK flaps obtained with two different femtolaser platforms: Victus® vs IntraLase® S. Slade, T. Ignacio, S. Spector USA Accuracy of LASIK flaps created with a multifunctional femtosecond laser: a pilot study S. Holland, D. Lin, S. Mosquera CANADA Outcome of photorefractive keratectomy vs laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis for myopia D. Mathur, R. Dutta, N. Shroff INDIA A 12 month prospective contralateral study to compare ultrathin 90 micron and 120 micron LASIK flap using the IntraLase 150 kHz femtosecond laser

08.24

J. Arbelaez, M. Arbelaez, T. Magnago OMAN Excimer laser correction of moderate to high astigmatism with a non-wavefront-guided aberrationfree ablation profile: one year results

08.30

H. Sandoval, E. Donnenfeld, T. Kohnen, R. Lindstrom, R. Potvin, D. Tremblay, K. Solomon USA World literature review of modern LASIK outcomes

08.36

P. Papadopoulos, K. Athanasiou, A. Papadopoulos, G. Boukis GREECE Early experience in LASIK flap creation with a multifunctional femtosecond laser system

08.42

Discussion

08.54

I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Contralateral eye comparison of wavefront-optimized (WO) to topography-guided (TG) in myopic LASIK

09.00

M. Arvanitis, R. Tsopouridou, D. Lioumi, C. Chronopoulou, E. Stathopoulou, V. Liarakos GREECE Evaluation of anterior corneal high order aberrations before and after wavefront-optimized femtoLASIK for myopia

09.06

A. Doga, I. Mushkova, A. Karimova RUSSIA Visual outcomes of topography-guided femtoLASIK for the correction of myopic astigmatism

09.12

A. Karimova, I. Mushkova, A. Doga RUSSIA Comparison of visual outcomes after asphericityguided customized vs wavefront-optimized myopic femtoLASIK

09.18

E. Eskina, V. Parshina, O. Kukleva RUSSIA Functional optical zone after corneal refractive surgery

09.24

M. Hosny, A. Ahmed EGYPT Topography-guided ablation for the management of myopic astigmatism

09.30

Discussion

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MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 08.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.30

Free Paper Session Glaucoma II

MONDAY

Hall C4 Chairperson:

A. Behndig SWEDEN

Moderators:

K. Barton UK C. Lisa SPAIN

08.00

A. Fea ITALY Reduced IOP and medication burden through 30 months: prospective, randomized, comparative study in OAG patients of implantation of 1, 2 or 3 trabecular micro-bypass stents as a sole procedure

08.06

E. Dervisevic, S. Pavljasevic, S. Sefic Kasumovic, A. Dervisevic BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Challenges in early glaucoma detection

08.12

U. Yadava, A. Garg, A. Kumar, A. Mutreja, U. Raina, V. Yadav, R. Jain INDIA Mean platelet volume as a biomarker for early detection of primary open-angle glaucoma

08.18

E. Patsoura, S. Georgaras, N. Tsamopoulos GREECE Neurovascular transluminal modulation in a pseudophakic glaucoma patient: a novel approach to glaucoma pathogenesis and treatment

08.24

A. Byszewska, M. Rekas, M. Danielewska, K. Petz, J. Wierzbowska, D. Iskander POLAND Continuous 24-hour monitoring of ocular dimensional changes using the Triggerfish contact lens sensor in patients undergone canaloplasty surgery

08.30

Discussion

08.46

M. Mazloumi, S. Moghimi, M. Johari, G. Fakhraie, M. Mohammadi, R. Zarei, S. Lin IRAN Evaluation of lamina cribrosa and choroid in non glaucomatous patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome using spectral-domain OCT

08.52

A. Miranda, S. Parreira, S. Barros, P. Telles, N. Campos PORTUGAL Tilted optic disc lamina cribosa configuration in patients with and without ocular hypertension or glaucoma

08.58

R. Stegmann SOUTH AFRICA Eliminating complications in glaucoma surgery

09.10

N. Koerber GERMANY Visco 360 viscosurgical instrument for ab interno canaloplasty: technique and first results

09.16

Discussion

09.32

M. Berlin, M. Toeteberg-Harms, V. Roka, C. Quach, L. Kleineberg, U. Roka USA Excimer laser trabeculostomy (ELT), a laser-based MIGS procedure with no implants, enables consistent intraocular pressure-lowering efficacy in glaucoma patients over 8 years both as a stand alone procedure and also combined with phacoemulsification

09.38

M. Braun, G. Sauder GERMANY Comparison of the IOP lowering effect of cataract surgery in combination with microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS)

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M. Fenech, A. Mifsud, F. Carbonaro MALTA Preliminary trabeculectomy results using the Moorfields safer surgery technique in Malta

09.50

P. Santorum, M. Simonazzi, E. Bertelli ITALY Canaloplasty vs trabeculectomy for primary glaucoma

09.56

Discussion

10.12

M. Gallardo USA Ab interno canaloplasty (ABiC): description of a novel minimally invasive glaucoma procedure used to treat open-angle glaucoma with 12 month data review

10.18

V. Cvintal, T. Cvintal BRAZIL The safety and efficacy of a novel technique of releasable sutures for combined phacoemulsification and non-penetrating deep sclerectomy

10.24

N. Shoham-Hazon, N. Kovalyuck, S. Levartovsky ISRAEL Safety of novel glaucoma surgery and the immediate postoperative period in stand alone and combined phacoemulsification (phaco) and CO2 laser-assisted sclerectomy surgery: class with mitomycin C

10.30

End of session


MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00

Instructional Courses

IC77 Keratoconus: from diagnosis to treatment – the current state of the art (I)

IC69 Fundamentals of medical and surgical retina for cataract and refractive surgeons (A) G. Richard GERMANY, O. Zeitz GERMANY,

L. Konstantinidis SWITZERLAND, B. Weingessel AUSTRIA, L. Wagenfeld GERMANY Room B5

This course is organised by the European Society of Retina Specialists

IC70 Strategies and techniques for IOL exchange (A)

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, G. Auffarth GERMANY, N. Mamalis USA, M. Tetz GERMANY, S. Masket USA Room B10

IC71

Endophthalmitis after cataract surgery and intravitreal injections (I)

L. Cordoves SPAIN, S. Gardner USA, P. Montan SWEDEN, S. Kaynak TURKEY, T. Chan SINGAPORE Room B8

T. Monteiro PORTUGAL, F. Faria Correia PORTUGAL, J. Alfonso SPAIN, C. Lisa SPAIN, A. Rosa PORTUGAL, J. Güell SPAIN Room B7

IC78 Curbside consult for keratoconus: a case-based approach (I)

R. Shetty INDIA, R. Shroff INDIA, N. Pahuja INDIA, V. Arora INDIA, A. Agrawal INDIA, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Room B11

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

IC72 Toric IOLs: easily done (B) J. Wolff GERMANY, P. Hoffmann GERMANY, W. Huetz GERMANY Room B1

MONDAY

IC73 Complications and expanding applications of corneal cross-linking (I)

S. Hamada UK, T. Seiler SWITZERLAND, D. O’Brart UK, A. Cummings IRELAND, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND, T. Koller SWITZERLAND Room B2

IC74 IOL power calculation update by the IOL power club (A)

T. Olsen DENMARK, K. Hoffer USA, W. Haigis GERMANY, G. Savini ITALY, J. Aramberri SPAIN Room B3

IC75 Tips and tricks for management of challenging cataract cases (I) NEW

M. Nanavaty UK, R. Packard UK, D. Spalton UK, B. Little UK Room B4

IC76 Enhanced ectasia screening for refractive candidates: from corneal topography and pachymetry to 3D tomography and biomechanics (I)

R. Ambrosio Jr BRAZIL, M. Belin USA, W. Dupps USA, P. Vinciguerra ITALY, C. Roberts USA, J. Lyra BRAZIL Room B6

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08.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 17.00

Free Paper Session Corneal and Intraocular Correction of Presbyopia

ESCRS Practice Management and Development Programme

Hall C2

Building a 20/20 practice

Chairperson:

K. Gundersen NORWAY

Room B9

Moderators:

M. Brozkova CZECH REPUBLIC S. Daya UK

Chairperson:

P. Rosen UK

Moderator:

R. Solar UK

08.00

MONDAY

08.06

A. Castillo, M. Romero, C. Palomino, D. Carmona SPAIN Analysis of contrast sensitivity in presbyopic patients using aspheric ablation profiles and micromonovision protocol S. Ouanezar, P. Loriaut, B. Anne-Charlotte, A. Barbara, B. Nacim, B. Vincent, L. Laurent FRANCE Presbyopia management with Q factor modulation (F-CAT): visual and refractive outcome

08.12

J. Ma, A. Zhu CANADA Refractive tolerance in a chromatic aberrationcorrecting extended-depth-of-field lens for presbyopic refractive cataract surgery

08.18

A. Hegazy, W. Alshaer EGYPT Supracor for post LASIK presbyopes

08.24

08.30

L. Hanneken GERMANY Starting a practice

09.30

K. Morrill FRANCE, E. Toland IRELAND A living business plan

10.30 Break 10.45

K. Morrill FRANCE A job for life

11.45

R. Solar UK How to use online videos to motivate patients

13.00 Break 14.00

F. Doyle, I. Dooley, F. Kinsella IRELAND Retreatment rate following SUPRACOR treatment of hyperopic presbyopia

T. Herbst GERMANY Smart marketing for smart ophthalmologists

14.45

P. Rosen UK Announcement of 2016 Marketing Prize

08.30

Discussion

15.00

08.42

S. Rehman, C. O'Donnell, J. Dermott, A. Hartwig UK Investigation of differing intraoperative strategies in the use of diffractive multifocal intraocular lens implants

C. Anderson UK, K. Morrill FRANCE Basic tips for social media for ophthalmologists

16.00

D. Evans US Reviews and your practice: are you seeing stars?

16.55

08.48

K. Buusova Smeckova, Z. Smecka, B. Strnadova, A. Kovacikova CZECH REPUBLIC Experience with the new hydrophobic acrylic trifocal IOL

P. Rosen UK Closing remarks

17.00

End of session

08.54

F. Duch Mestres, I. Blanco, J. Reyes, R. Escude, M. Marti SPAIN Refractive and functional results of refractive lens exchange surgery with a trifocal intraocular lens

09.00

K. Gundersen NORWAY Visual outcomes with a new extended-range-ofvision toric intraocular lens

09.06

M. Brozkova, V. Flemrova, L. Filipova, M. Filipec, A. Holubova, S. Zapletalova, Z. Hlinomazova CZECH REPUBLIC Influence of trifocal lens implants on the quality of vision in amblyopic patients

09.12

S. Daya, C. Sunga, M. Espinosa Lagana UK Early clinical experience with the bioanalogic and polyfocal intraocular lens

09.18

Discussion

09.30

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09.30 – 11.00

09.30 – 11.00

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Multifocal IOLs

Phakic IOLs II

Poster Village: Pod 1

Poster Village: Pod 2

Facilitator: A. Panico ITALY

Facilitator: M. Severinsen DENMARK

09.30

09.40

09.50

P. Talavero-González, F. Bartol-Puyal, G. Gimenez-Calvo, I. Altemir-Gomez, V. Polo-Llorens, J. Larrosa-Poves, L. Pablo-Julvez SPAIN Comparison of visual and contrast sensitivity outcomes between Tecnis ZMB00 multifocal intraocular lens and Tecnis ZCB00 monofocal intraocular lens G. Gimenez, P. Talavero, F. Bartol, I. Altemir, V. Polo, J. Larrosa, L. Julvez SPAIN Clear vision range at near vision with Tecnis ZMB00 multifocal intraocular lens J. Chang HONG KONG Bilateral implantation of the Tecnis one-piece bifocal intraocular lens

09.30

A. Viljanen, P. Oksman, H. Koskela FINLAND Outcome comparison of 200 implantable collamer lenses and 700 femtolaser-assisted eximer ablations in high myopia

09.40

M. Bechmann, R. Wiltfang, L. Troeber, D. Kook GERMANY Reducing hypervault of phakic IOL (Visian ICL) by rotation of ICL within the ciliary sulcus

09.50

I. Casal, S. Monteiro, D. Dias, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Pinto PORTUGAL Iridocorneal angle changes after implantable collamer lens V4C placement

10.00

M. Cosentino, A. Chayet, C. Carriazo, C. Ferroni, W. Nose, P. Bonanno ARGENTINA ICL V4C phakic intraocular lens implantation in Latin America: first multicenter study

10.10

D. Dementiev, A. Shipunova, M. Sysoeva, I. Ivanchikova RUSSIA Medennium phakic refractive lens implantation for hyperopia after radial keratotomy

10.00

A. Grzybowski, M. Gaca-Wysocka POLAND Quality of vision in patients with multifocal Tecnis MF mix and match technique

10.10

S. Mohan, M. Rajan, D. Dhingra INDIA Outcome of Tecnis multifocal toric intraocular lenses at a tertiary eye care hospital in southern India

10.20

W. Goslings, E. Vandemortel THE NETHERLANDS Femto laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) with implantation of the AMO Tecnis Symfony and Symfony toric IOL

10.20

F. Duch Mestres, X. Maseras, I. Jargens SPAIN Spectral-domain optical coherence tomography evaluation of macular edema following posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens implantation for myopia

10.30

J. Bae, B. Choi SOUTH KOREA Clinical results of refractive multifocal intraocular lens with a surface-embedded near section after laser in situ keratomileusis

10.30

10.40

F. Cheong, E. Hiew MALAYSIA Initial experience with a new single piece diffractive trifocal intraocular lens

F. Gonzalez-Lopez, B. Mompean, R. Bilbao-Calabuig SPAIN Improved decision-making to select the optimum lens size in the second eye based upon the vault value achieved by the first eye during bilateral phakic intraocular collamer lens surgery

10.40

S. Kochar, M. Kurian, S. Das, H. M.S, L. Kaweri INDIA Clinical and visual quality outcomes of implantable collamer lens V4C: one year follow-up

10.50

R. Leite, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Iris-claw Artiflex vs posterior chamber ICL phakic intraocular lenses for treatment of high myopia

11.00

End of session

10.50

11.00

S. Liebing, R. Khoramnia, T. Tandogan, G. Auffarth GERMANY Optical pathway imaging in different multifocal intraocular lenses End of session

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MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

09.30 – 11.00

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Training and Innovation in Education/Quality of Vision Evaluation

Anterior Segment Imaging

Poster Village: Pod 3

MONDAY

Facilitator: S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

G. Fuchsjäger-Mayrl, R. Werkmeister, K. Fondi, G. Garhofer, G. Schmidinger, L. Schmetterer, D. Schmidl AUSTRIA Assessment of corneal epithelial defect by ultrahigh-resolution optical coherence tomography

09.40

R. Shroff, R. Shetty, A. Agrawal, N. Pahuja INDIA Bowman roughness index: new index to quantify Bowman's layer changes in keratorefractive practice and procedures

09.50

B. Basarir, I. Pasaoglu, C. Altan, B. Satana, G. Ozturk Karabulut, M. Taskapili TURKEY Effects of Nd:YAG laser iridotomy on anterior segment parameters of pigment dispersion syndrome and pigmentary glaucoma

10.00

A. Young, R. Kwok, K. Kam HONG KONG Novel grid and sectoral analyses for corneal scar evaluation

10.10

R. Ambrosio Jr BRAZIL Defining ectasia susceptibility

10.20

P. Padmanabhan, A. Anil Kumar INDIA Diagnosis of multiple corneal ectasias co-existing in the same eye: a case series

10.30

U. de Sanctis, C. Lavia, M. Nassisi, R. Penna, F. Grignolo ITALY Keraring intrastromal position assessed by spectraldomain optical coherence tomopgraphy

10.40

J. Chou, T. Kosowsky, A. Payal, L. Gonzalez, M. Daly USA Validation of the EyeSi indirect ophthalmoscope simulator as a learning tool

O. Balta, Y. Altay, G. Demirok, A. Burcu, O. Balta, F. Ornek TURKEY Agreement between corneal thickness measurements using Pentacam Scheimpflug camera, noncontact specular microscopy and ultrasonographic pachymetry in diabetic patients

10.50

H. Dang CANADA A Canadian perspective on the use of mobile technology in educating cataract surgery patients

S. Kochar, M. Kurian, N. Somshekar INDIA Lens densitometry derived from Pentacam after collagen co-polymer phakic intraocular lens implantation

11.00

End of session

F. Faria Correia, I. Ramos, B. Lopes, N. Franqueira, T. Monteiro, R. Ambrosio Jr PORTUGAL Objective evaluation of nuclear cataracts: comparison of dysfunctional lens index and Scheimpflug lens densitometry

09.40

S. Escandón-García, F. Ribeiro, J. Gonzalez-Meijome PORTUGAL Quality of vision under low lighting conditions and in the presence of glare in phakic and pseudophakic population of different ages

09.50

B. Giers, R. Khoramnia, T. Tandogan, B. Thomas, T. Rabsilber, M. Holzer, G. Auffarth GERMANY Assessment of photic phenomena (halo/glare) in different multifocal intraocular lens models

10.00

S. Peixoto-de-Matos, N. Lopez-Gil, J. Gonzalez-Meijome PORTUGAL Prescription of refractive auxiliary correction for night vision improvement using different methods: pilot study

10.10

L. Salermo, A. Plaza-Puche, F. Versaci, E. de la Cruz, J. Alió SPAIN Aberrometry reliability obtained by a pyramid wavefront sensor-based aberrometer

10.20

M. Cadena-Torres, R. Villasenor-Garcia, S. Peniche-Moreno, L. Fernandez-de-Ortega, K. Perez-Bailon MEXICO Endothelial cell loss, central corneal thickness and ultrasound features after cataract surgery with phacoemulsification, depending on experience level in a training hospital

10.40

10.50

R. Kobayashi, L. Jung, P. Schor, M. Yogi, E. Soriano, E. Mori, W. Chamon BRAZIL Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in a Brazilian residency program

11.00

End of session

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09.30

10.30

Poster Village: Pod 4


MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 10.30 – 12.30

11.00 – 13.00

Instructional Courses

Main Symposium

IC79

Anterior segment surgical solutions for secondary repair of post-traumatic eyes (A)

Femtosecond Laser Ophthalmic Surgery

J. Talma SOUTH AFRICA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, G. Auffarth GERMANY, B. Malyugin RUSSIA, E. Assia ISRAEL Room B1

Chairpersons:

R. Bellucci ITALY O. Findl AUSTRIA

IC80

Treatment strategy for custom ablation of visually disturbing irregular astigmatism after refractive surgery and in keratoconus (A)

11.00

A. Stojanovic NORWAY, M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND, T. Archer UK, R. Ambrosio Jr BRAZIL, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, R. Vinciguerra ITALY Room B2

11.10 Discussion

IC81

DMEK from D to K: a step-­by­-step approach to Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (I)

N. Singal CANADA, M. Perez CHILE, K. Baig CANADA, J. Compan CHILE, A. Slomovic CANADA, M. Saldanha CANADA Room B3

IC82

Astigmatism management with toric IOL (B)

J. Bovet SWITZERLAND, W. Hill USA, K. Mehta INDIA, F. Soler-Fernandez SPAIN, H. Carreras SPAIN, G. Barrett AUSTRALIA Room B4

IC83 NEW

Tear film osmolarity: possibilities, utility and direction in corneal refractive and refractivecataract practices (I)

A. Cummings IRELAND, K. Gundersen NORWAY, S. Taneri GERMANY, M. McDonald USA Room B6

IC84

Management of cataract in challenging cases (A)

A. Vasavada INDIA, Z. Biro HUNGARY, R. Osher USA, A. Crandall USA, S. Arshinoff CANADA, D. Spalton UK Room B7

IC85

Posterior capsule rupture: mastering vitrectomy and IOL implantation – a video-based course (I)

A. Agarwal INDIA, A. Agarwal INDIA, D. Chang USA, B. Little UK Room B5

IC86

Corneal surgery assisted by femtosecond laser (I)

J. Alió SPAIN, W. Sekundo GERMANY, G. Baikoff FRANCE, T. Neuhann GERMANY, G. Carp UK Room B8

IC87

Refractive surgery options after corneal transplantation (I)

S. Hamada UK, J. Marshall UK, D. Lake UK, A. Anbari UK Room B11

M. Lundström SWEDEN Introduction ESCRS FLACS: beyond the case control study

11.15

H. Lubatschowski GERMANY Applications of femto and other solid state lasers

11.27

L. Mastropasqua ITALY Corneal transplantation with the femtosecond laser

11.39 Discussion 11.49

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Making corneal incisions with the femtosecond laser to correct astigmatism

12.01

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Intrastromal refractive femtosecond surgery

12.13 Discussion 12.23

Z. Nagy HUNGARY Femto cataract: where are we now?

12.35

R. Packard UK Femto and non-femto laser capsulotomy

MONDAY

Auditorium A

12.47 Discussion 13.00 End of session

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 11.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 12.45

14.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 16.00

Orbis Free Paper Session

Surgical Video Session

Treatment and Prevention of Blindness in the Developing World

Getting Into Trouble? When Cataract Surgery Goes Wrong: How to Deal With It

Room B10 Chairperson: 11.30

11.36

A. Deka INDIA Participatory rural appraisal to detect childhood blindness in a community A. Anwar INDIA The impact of volume on manual SICS outcome: efficiency

11.42

R. Deshpande INDIA To compare stability of wound healing after manual SICS vs phacoemulsification surgery

11.48

Y. Zelenski HAITI The case of Haiti: building successful and sustainable ophthalmology service at the externally funded institution, Hospital Albert Schweitzer (HAS) in Artibonite Valley, Haiti

11.54

MONDAY

R. Walters UK

B. Dey INDIA Paediatric cataract surgery in the economically backward state of India: outcome and challenges, how far is the dream?

12.00 Discussion 12.05

S. Jain INDIA Twenty five years of combating cataract blindness: lifeline express (LLE), the world's first hospital on a train

12.11

A. Saif El Din EGYPT Socio-demographic factors causing visual impairment in Egyptian glaucoma patients

12.17

T. Sultana BANGLADESH Ocular health status, knowledge, and barriers to uptake of eye care services of children among tribal communities of Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh

12.23

A. Mehra INDIA Prevalence of unreported diabetic retinopathy in self-reported cases of diabetes mellitus of Raipur, Chattitisgarh State in India

12.29 Discussion 12.45

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End of session

Auditorium A Chairpersons:

K. Vannas FINLAND R. Packard UK

Case 1:

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM IOL exchange

Case 2:

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Mature cataract and FLACS

Case 3:

A. Vasavada INDIA Posterior capsule rupture in vitrectomised eyes

Case 4:

A. Agarwal INDIA Frying pan to fire

Case 5:

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Hard cataract capsular rupture

Case 6:

D. Chang USA Getting into trouble

Case 7:

A. Barsam UK Handling zonular weakness

Case 8:

I. Prieto PORTUGAL An ectopic surgery

Case 9:

R. Bellucci ITALY Retrobag implant

Case 10: E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Cataract surgery in a 25 year old patient with prematurity: intraoperative surprise


MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER

Free Paper Session Cataract Surgery Outcomes/ Practice Styles/Biometry Auditorium C6 Chairperson:

M. Lundström SWEDEN

Moderators:

Y. Henry THE NETHERLANDS L. Ong-Tone CANADA

14.00

M. Lundström, F. Llovet, A. Llovet, M. Martinez-del-Pozo, B. Mompean, J. Gonzalez, K. Pesudovs SWEDEN Patient-reported outcomes as defined by Catquest9SF in patients implanted bilaterally with trifocal intraocular lens vs monofocal intraocular lens

14.06

J. Huang, J. Khadka, K. Pesudovs, Q. Wang CHINA Assessment of the psychometric properties of the Catquest 9-item short-form questionnaire using Rasch analysis

14.12

K. Pesudovs, J. Khadka, M. Prem Senthil, E. Fenwick, E. Lamoureux AUSTRALIA A novel system to measure ophthalmic quality of life: the eye-tem bank

14.18

C. Quigley IRELAND Cataract and cataract surgery association with depressive symptoms and cognitive function in 2,732 Irish adults

14.24

M. Daly, A. Payal, L. Gonzalez-Gonzalez, A. Chomsky, D. Vollman, M. Lawrence, T. Cakiner-Egilmez USA Visual acuity and vision-related quality of life outcomes of cataract surgery in patients with a history of anxiety

14.30

E. Mata Diaz, C. Monton Gimenez, C. de Pablo Martin, E. Conesa Hernandez, M. Bermejo Mata, J. Gomez Pavon SPAIN Assessment of visual impairment in patients older than 80 years of age with and without cataract

14.36

Discussion

14.42

B. Lundberg, A. Behndig SWEDEN Corneal endothelial changes 7 years after phacoemulsification cataract surgery correlated to initial increase in corneal thickness and endothelial cell loss

14.48

A. M Noureldine, M. A Hassaballa, M. Adly M Saleh EGYPT Comparative study of endothelial cell loss using Infiniti vs Signature machines in phacoemulsification in senile cataract

14.54

S. Amir-Asgari, N. Hirnschall, K. Stepanjek, B. Doller, M. Ullrich, R. Varsits, O. Findl AUSTRIA Using anterior capsule rhexis flap as an endothelial protection shield: a novel technique

15.00

Discussion

15.06

Y. Henry THE NETHERLANDS Practice styles and preferences of Dutch cataract and refractive surgeons: 2015 survey

15.12

L. Ong-Tone CANADA Practice patterns of Canadian ophthalmological society members in cataract surgery: survey 2015

15.18

B. Dey INDIA Unique identification tag (UIT): a newer innovation for improving the quality and safety in high volume cataract surgery set-ups

15.24

M. Belovari, H. Baric, D. Turk CROATIA Phacoemulsification learning curve: experience of a junior surgeon

15.30

Discussion

15.36

K. Zuñiga Posselt, I. Ferreira, F. Solorio, F. Iturbe, E. Chavez MEXICO Comparison of immersion ultrasound biometry, IOLMaster and IOL station measurements in IOL calculation with Haigis and SRK-T formulas

15.42

M. Stattin, M. Uckmann, S. Neururer, C. Zehetner, L. Speicher AUSTRIA IOLMaster 500 vs Lenstar LS900: comparison of pre and postoperative measurement results for intraocular lens power determination

15.48 Discussion 16.00

End of session

MONDAY

14.00 – 16.00

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14.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 15.30

Free Paper Session

Free Paper Session

Laser-Assisted Cataract Surgery (Femto and Other Types of Lasers)

Pseudophakic IOLs: Enlarged-Depth-of-Focus I

Hall C3 Chairperson:

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND

Moderators:

A. Panico ITALY P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

14.00

14.06

14.12

MONDAY

14.18

Moderators:

A. Saad FRANCE M. Severinsen DENMARK

14.06

P. Fedor, M. Martin, A. Fedor, D. Fedor USA The diameter of laser capsulotomy changes axial IOL position determined by Lenstar interferometry and quantitative anterior segment ultrasound biomicroscopy (AS-UBM)

E. Mrukwa-Kominek, S. Wagner POLAND Visual quality after implantation of bioanalogic intraocular lens in cataract patients: 2 year results

14.12

I. Zaidullin, M. Bikbov, Y. Burkhanov RUSSIA Outcomes of femtosecond laser-assisted anterior capsulotomy in children with cataract

R. Ang PHILIPPINES Comparison of optical performance between monocular and binocular implantation of a novel small-aperture intraocular lens

14.18

B. Dick, T. Schultz GERMANY Feasibility of retinal surgical procedures in eyes implanted with a small-aperture intraocular lens

14.24

M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Visual performance of small-aperture intraocular lens for extending depth-of-focus in cataract patients

14.30

A. Saad, R. Courtin, C. Panthier, E. Guilbert, D. Gatinel FRANCE Early results with a small-aperture intraocular lens for presbyopia correction

14.36

A. Toso, S. Morselli, A. Amisano ITALY Visual performance and quality of vision after smallaperture IOL

14.42

L. Bascaran, M. De Frutos Lezaun, I. Recalde Beitia, J. Mendicute SPAIN Visual outcomes and patient satisfaction after IC-8 intraocular lens implantation: 6 month results

14.48

C. Trindade, B. Trindade, F. Trindade, M. Santhiago BRAZIL Pinhole sulcus implant for irregular astigmatism

14.54

Discussion

15.04

M. Alexik SLOVAKIA The extra benefit on close distance reading functions in patients with maculopathy after cataract extraction with WIOL-CF polyfocal bioanalogic lens implantation: comparison with healthy patients

15.10

H. Weeber, D. Chang, M. van der Mooren, J. Graver, M. Lowery, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Difference in chromatic aberration of intraocular lenses

15.16

M. McKeague, M. Pyfer USA Using dark adaptation time to assess macular function prior to cataract surgery

S. Basti, R. Talati, R. Dalal, D. Grewal USA Prospective randomized evaluation of intraocular lens centration with scanned capsule vs limbus-based capsulotomy for femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

14.30

A. Cantagalli ITALY Influence of the alpha angle and the capsulotomy centration method on intraocular lens position after femto laser-assisted cataract surgery Y. Nishi, K. Uemura, S. Fukazawa, N. Okamoto, M. Shirai, K. Nishi, O. Nishi JAPAN Evaluation of efficacy of 10% phaco system and YAG capsulotomy incidence following femto cataract surgery in Japanese eyes T. Schultz, N. Tsiampalis, H. Dick GERMANY Capsulotomy centration methods in femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery: pupil centration vs scanned capsule centration

14.48

G. Wiliams, B. George, Y. Wong, G. Yam, M. Ang, S. Tay, J. Mehta SINGAPORE Circumventing corneal edema during femtosecond laser lens capsulotomy

14.54

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Capsulaser capsulotomy: clinical experience with the first 20 cases with FineVision trifocal IOL

15.00

Discussion

15.10

A. Liekfeld GERMANY Laser instead of ultrasound: results of the first 100 consecutive cases of cataract surgery with nanosecond laser phacoemulsification

15.16

G. Sauder GERMANY Nano laser vs phacoemulsification for routine cataract surgery

15.22

Discussion

15.30

End of session

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I. Pallikaris GREECE

D. Spalton, K. Venkateswaran, Y. So UK In vitro modeling quality of vision with diffractive, refractive and extended-depth-of-focus IOLs

Discussion

14.42

Chairperson:

14.00

J. Vryghem BELGIUM Early experience with nanosecond laser cataract surgery

14.24

14.36

Hall C4

15.22 Discussion 15.30

End of session


MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 15.30

14.00 – 15.00

Free Paper Session

Moderated Poster Session

Cataract Surgery Equipment/Instrumentation/ Surgical Devices I

Spotlight on Corneal Surgery

Chairperson:

D. Allen UK

Moderators:

O. Moraru ROMANIA T. Rudolph SWEDEN

14.00

A. Thorne, D. Dyk, K. Miller USA Laboratory study of occlusion break surge volumes in two generations of phacoemulsification/ aspiration systems

14.06

T. Akahoshi JAPAN New phaco sleeve

14.12

J. Zacharias, N. Berthet CHILE In vivo analysis of incision temperature of torsionally operated phaco probes having different stroke ratios between the probe distal end at the incisional region

14.18

G. Scharioth GERMANY Improved settings for low intraocular pressure MICS

14.24

D. Dyk, K. Miller USA Mechanical model of human eye compliance for volumetric occlusion break surge measurements

14.30

K. Tsaousis, L. Werner, N. Reiter, J. Perez, H. Li, J. Guan, N. Mamalis USA Morphological changes induced to phacoemulsification tips after sterilization with and without enzymatic detergent use

14.36

Discussion

14.50

O. Moraru, I. Iliescu ROMANIA Comparison of three different implantation devices (Monarch III, AutoSert and UltraSert) in woundassisted technique, in terms of complications during the implantation, incision enlargment and time spent to complete the in-the-bag implantation

14.56

M. Kubrak, M. Nanavaty UK Ex-vivo evaluation of newer preloaded intraocular lens injection systems

15.02

A. Cantemir, A. Alexa, R. Ciuntu, A. Pantalon, N. Apreutesei Anton, D. Chiselita ROMANIA Comparison of morphological features of clear corneal incisions after IOL implantation with 3 devices: manual injector, AutoSert™ motorized injector and the UltraSert™ pre-loaded delivery system

15.08

D. Allen, C. Perez-Vives UK Novel IOL delivery device: results of the surgeon evaluation questionnaire

15.14

Discussion

15.30

End of session

Moderators:

S. Barisic SERBIA V. Katsanevaki GREECE

14.00

T. Senoo, K. Nakamura, M. Bando, T. Miyajima, K. Chiba JAPAN Comparisons of clinical outcomes in femtosecond laser-assisted keratoplasty and other keratoplasty techniques for keratoconus

14.10

M. Grentzelos, D. Liakopoulos, K. Tsoulnaras, C. Siganos, M. Tsilimbaris, I. Pallikaris, G. Kymionis GREECE Long-term results of combined simultaneous transepithelial phototherapeutic keratectomy and conventional photorefractive keratectomy followed by corneal cross-linking for keratoconus

14.20

J. Alió, A. Vega-Estrada, J. Silvestre, F. Rodriguez-Reinoso, L. Bataille SPAIN Interaction and distribution of carbon nanotubes and graphene within corneal stroma

14.30

K. Van Dijk, M. Rodriguez-Calvo-de-Mora, I. Dapena, L. Baydoun, S. Oellerich, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Two-year refractive outcomes after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty

14.40

H. Hasani, M. Zare, S. Feizi, M. Rezaee, B. Hoseini, R. Shamsoddini Motlagh IRAN Corneal grafts confocal scan study and biomechanical properties following Descemet-free vs Descemet-on deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty

14.50

E. Fernández López, L. Baydoun, N. Gerber-Hollbach, I. Dapena, V. Liarakos, L. Ham, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Re-bubbling techniques for graft detachment after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty

15.00

End of session

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MONDAY

Hall C5

Poster Village: Pod 1


MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 14.30 – 16.30

15.45

M. Ghoreishi IRAN Comparing visual outcomes and dry eye symptoms between transepithelial and alcohol-assisted photorefractive keratectomy (PRK)

15.51

M. Tavolato, A. Catania, A. Fasolo, A. Galan ITALY Masking fluids in excimer laser phototherapeutic keratectomy: a comparative study

15.57

R. Makarov, I. Mushkova, N. Maychuk, Y. Kishkin RUSSIA Transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy for corneal opacities in combination with hyperopia and irregular astigmatism treatment

16.03

F. Camesasca, P. Vinciguerra, R. Vinciguerra, S. Trazza ITALY Sequential customized therapeutic keratectomy for Reis-Bücklers corneal dystrophy: long-term follow-up

16.09

C. Mohamed, F. Omar MOROCCO Back to the surface treatment in refractive surgery: our experience about 1711 cases

Free Paper Session Surface Photoablation Hall C1 Chairperson:

B. Philipson SWEDEN

Moderators:

B. Bubała-Stachowicz POLAND M. Shajari GERMANY

MONDAY

14.30

B. Bubała-Stachowicz, D. Wygledowska-Promienska, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Ten year outcome of photorefractive keratectomy and laser in situ keratomileusis for myopia and myopic astigmatism

14.36

M. Elgharib, H. Elnahas, M. Elsebaey, O. Alnahrawy, A. Alnahrawy EGYPT Myopic regression five years after photorefractive keratectomy (PRK): a retrospective comparative study

14.42

P. Drake Rodriguez-Casanova, V. Blazquez, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, L. Alvarez-rementeria, J. Sanchez-Pina, J. Paz Moreno-Arrones, A. Rodero SPAIN Effect of laser-assisted subepithelial keratectomy with mitomycin C on epithelial thickness measured with anterior segment optical coherence tomography: Visante®

14.48

H. Ammar EGYPT Evaluation of different application times of mitomycin C after photorefractive keratectomy in moderate myopia

14.54

M. Garcia-Gonzalez, I. Rodriguez-Perez, J. Gros-Otero, P. Drake Rodriguez-Casanova, J. Sanchez-Pina SPAIN Myopic laser-assisted subepithelial keratectomy (LASEK) outcomes using three different laser platforms: Allegretto vs Esiris vs Technolas

15.00

Y. Jo, K. Shin SOUTH KOREA Clinical results of monocular LASEK surgery in bilateral myopic non-presbyopic patients

15.06

K. Kubiak, G. Sowwa, I. Pavlovic, M. Remy, M. Shajari, T. Kohnen GERMANY 1 year results of patients treated for hyperopic astigmatism by Femto-LASIK

15.12

Discussion

15.27

S. Mughal, A. Hamid UK Review of the visual outcomes following trans-photorefractive keratectomy on an advanced excimer laser platform

15.33

M. Taieb, G. Benjamin, Y. Goldich ISRAEL Enhancement procedures after photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) and laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK): indications and results of 237 eyes

15.39

S. Adib-Moghaddam, S. Soleyman-Jahi, G. Tefagh, S. Tofighi IRAN Comparison of single-step transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy with or without mitomycin C in mild–moderate myopia

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16.15 Discussion 16.30

End of session


MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 16.18

L. Coelho, S. Reinaldo Oliveira, P. Castro Vilas Boas, S. Chalub Fonseca, S. Rodrigues Souza, T. Paula Guimares BRAZIL Contrast sensitivity assessment in different age groups

16.24

S. Tindlund, P. Furuskog NORWAY Use of standardized images for visualization of optical side effects after multifocal RLE

16.30

End of session

Free Paper Session Imaging I Hall C2 Chairperson:

P. Artal SPAIN

Moderators:

G. Carp UK S. Tindlund NORWAY

14.30

R. Donoso, R. Flores, F. Pena, D. Aranguiz, N. Ruiz CHILE Early keratoconus detection parameters, analysis in corneal topography OPD-Station and corneal tomography Pentacam systems

14.36

F. Faria Correia, I. Ramos, B. Lopes, N. Franqueira, T. Monteiro, R. Ambrosio Jr. PORTUGAL Combining ocular and corneal wavefront data for detecting corneal ectasia

14.42

F. Cavas, L. Bataille, E. de la Cruz, D. Fernandez, P. Sanz Diez, J. AliĂł SPAIN Evaluation of morphogeometric differences related to higher order corneal aberrations in keratoconus disease

14.48

J. Soundarapandian, S. Karuppasamy, N. Madhivanan, N. Madhivanan INDIA Comparative analysis of anterior segment parameters generated by Scheimpflug tomography in normal corneas and subclinical keratoconus

14.54

I. Toprak, C. Yildirim, V. Yaylali TURKEY Evaluation of back elevation and vertical coordinates of pupil center, thinnest location and maximum keratometry in patients with keratoconus

15.00

Discussion

15.18

O. Golan, D. Varssano, E. Levinger, M. Santhiago, D. Smadja ISRAEL Differences in posterior corneal features in normal corneas and subclinical keratoconus

15.24

G. Carp, D. Reinstein, T. Archer UK Epithelial thickness mapping as an adjunctive tool for keratoconus screening

15.30

G. Prakash, R. Philip, R. Bacero, D. Srivastava UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Evaluating progression in keratoconus: are our numerical indicators for cross-linking reliable enough?

15.36

I. Hajji, S. Belghmaidi, A. Moutaouakil MOROCCO Evaluation of visual function in patients with penetrating keratoplasty by using VF14

15.42

P. Artal, S. Manzanera SPAIN Minimum amount of spherical aberration detected by patients

15.48

Discussion

16.12

A. Rosa, A. Miranda, E. Almeida, M. Patricio, F. Silva, M. Castelo-Branco, J. Murta PORTUGAL Functional magnetic resonance imaging as an innovative tool to assess neuroadaptation after cataract surgery

MONDAY

14.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 16.30

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MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 14.30 – 16.30

Instructional Courses IC88* Phaco techniques and complications (A) J. Bolger UK, S. Haldipurkar INDIA, F. Sutter SWITZERLAND, D. Pusnik SLOVENIA Room B1

IC89* Measuring, marking and managing astigmatism in cataract surgery and RLE: all you need to know (I) R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS, J. Alfonso SPAIN, O. Findl AUSTRIA, T. Kohnen GERMANY, N. Bauer THE NETHERLANDS, N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS Room B2

IC90

Complications in LASIK: prevention and management (B)

J. Vryghem BELGIUM, M. Assouline FRANCE, A. Cummings IRELAND, J. Tan SINGAPORE, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, M. Luger THE NETHERLANDS Room B3

IC91 NEW

MONDAY

Multifocal, toric multifocal and accommodative IOL: face the challenge (A) M. Piovella ITALY, C. Carbonara ITALY, E. Mertens BELGIUM Room B5

IC92

Optimising toric IOL outcomes (I)

E. Assia ISRAEL, G. Barrett AUSTRALIA, W. Hill USA, D. Koch USA, G. Kleinmann ISRAEL, A. Abulafia ISRAEL Room B4

IC93

Glaucoma surgery for the cataract surgeon: ways to improve your outcomes and to catch up with the latest (I)

S. Jacob INDIA, A. Crandall USA, K. Barton UK, B. Malyugin RUSSIA, S. Perera SINGAPORE Room B8

IC94* Primary posterior capsulorhexis: indications and surgical techniques (A)

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, C. Billotte FRANCE, T. Neuhann GERMANY, R. Stegmann SOUTH AFRICA Room B6

IC95

Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) challenges (A)

G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS, V. Liarakos GREECE, L. Baydoun THE NETHERLANDS, L. Ham THE NETHERLANDS, R. Quilendrino THE NETHERLANDS Room B7

IC96

Modern diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for irregular cornea (I)

M. Shafik Shaheen EGYPT, M. Belin USA, T. Seiler SWITZERLAND, J. Güell SPAIN, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND, G. Baikoff FRANCE Room B11

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IC97 NEW

FLACS: the state of the art (I) A. Marinho PORTUGAL, Z. Nagy HUNGARY, R. Bellucci ITALY, B. Dick GERMANY, R. Krueger USA Room B10

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org


MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 15.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 16.30

15.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 16.30

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Toric IOLs II

Refractive Corneal Inlays

Poster Village: Pod 1

Poster Village: Pod 2

Facilitator: V. Diakonis GREECE

Facilitator: M. Netukova CZECH REPUBLIC

15.00

S. Hamada, A. Anbari, D. Lake, M. Elalfy UK Transitional conic surface IOLs: greater tolerance for misalignment and improved outcomes

15.00

M. Rau GERMANY The first result after the implantation of LENTIS Comfort toric

S. Beer, M. Campos, N. Mayumi, F. Hirai, C. Francesconi Benicio, E. Nitschke, R. Santos BRAZIL Presbia Flexivue microlens: three years follow-up, results and outcomes

15.10

15.10

P. Rosetta, E. Legrottaglie, R. Piscopo, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Customized high-power toric intraocular lens implantation for correction of astigmatism in cataract patients with PMD

P. Bakshi, N. Dedhia, S. Dedhia, R. Dedhia INDIA Evaluation of impact of bilateral ICRS with C3R on the quality of life of patients with severe keratoconus using vision-related quality of life (QOL) parameters

15.20

15.20

A. Cummings IRELAND Early clinical outcomes with a transparent nonrefractive corneal inlay for presbyopia correction

15.30

T. Shahinyan ARMENIA Results and effectiveness of Keraring implantation for patients with stage III keratoconus

A. Sharma, P. Vardhan INDIA Evaluation of visual outcomes and rotational stability of hydrophobic acrylic aspheric toric IOL: prospective study

15.40

J. Soler, E. Aguado, G. Fuentes-Paez, S. Burillo SPAIN Postoperative results with toric monofocal intraocular lens implantation after cataract surgery: 3-month follow-up

15.40

C. Verdoorn THE NETHERLANDS Long-term commercial use outcomes with hydrogel near vision inlay in the correction of presbyopia

15.50

J. Varas ECUADOR Vectorial difference between subjective astigmatism and keratometric astigmatism to improve toric IOL outcomes

N. Dedhia, H. Parikh, S. Dedhia, R. Dedhia INDIA Outcome of simultaneous use of intracorneal ring segments with corneal collagen cross-linking and planning predictable outcomes

16.00

Y. Shkandina, I. Mushkova RUSSIA Implantation of corneal inlays for presbyopia correction in an experimental study in vivo

16.10

I. Syrykh RUSSIA Femtosecond laser-assisted intrastromal segment implantation in keratoconus

16.20

B. Will USA A method for the automatic collection of large population metrics to correctly identify factors that impact final visual acuity obtained with small aperture corneal inlays

16.30

End of session

15.50

16.00

S. Di Lauro, D. Galarreta, B. Carrasco, M. Rubio-Martinez, S. Labrador SPAIN Visual and refractive outcomes after toric intraocular lens implantation for corneal astigmatism correction during cataract surgery

16.10

E. Fabian GERMANY Visual acuity, refractive results and results of a patient questionnaire with markerless alignment for a trifocal IOL with 2 year follow-up

16.20

Y. Kim, W. Wee, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Clinical outcomes after implantation of AT Torbi 709M toric intraocular lens: prospective study

16.30

End of session

MONDAY

15.30

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MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.30

15.00 – 16.30

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Endophthalmitis/Ocular Infections

FLACS

Poster Village: Pod 3

Poster Village: Pod 4

Facilitator: S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

Facilitator:

15.00

E. Shen, F. Hu TAIWAN Microbial analysis and disinfectant sensitivity on worn cosmetic contact lenses

15.10

S. Viriyakorkitkul, P. Choopong, N. Tesavibul, V. Laksanaphuk, B. Hunchansith, W. Chandranipapongse, P. Jutasompakorn THAILAND Comparison of ganciclovir concentration in aqueous humor after topical administration: a pilot study

15.20

J. Sengupta, S. Saha, A. Khetan INDIA Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-guided diagnosis of ocular infection

15.30

MONDAY

15.40

15.50

15.00

R. Nose, M. Rivera-Monge, C. Francesconi, A. Forseto, W. Nose BRAZIL Descemet's membrane detachment in femto laserassisted cataract surgery (FLACS)

15.10

D. Schiano Lomoriello, M. Lombardo, D. Giannini, G. Lombardo, S. Serrao ITALY Effect of femtosecond laser-assisted clear corneal incision for cataract removal on corneal topography and high-order wavefront aberration

15.20

J. Yepez, F. Murati, J. De Yepez, P. Rivas, J. Arevalo VENEZUELA Intracorneal antibiotic: an alternative prophylaxis in endophthalmitis after cataract surgery

P. Cecchini, F. Bauci, A. Perrotta, M. Pastore, A. Cuna, D. Tognetto ITALY Six month evaluation of capsulotomy circularity after femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery with two different platforms

15.30

N. Abroug, A. Mahmoud, S. Gargouri, S. Zina, B. Jelliti, R. Kahloun, M. Khairallah TUNISIA Orbital infections: review of 28 cases

T. Herbst, J. Forster, D. Holland GERMANY Arcuate incisions (AI) vs toric lenses: a comparison of long-term results using the 'quality index Bellevue' (QIB)

15.40

C. Chen, C. Wu TAIWAN Pupillary dilatation with ketorolac trometamol (Acular) conjunctly to prevent miosis in femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS)

15.50

R. Trajkovski, V. Daskalov, M. Stefanova MACEDONIA Femtosecond laser-assisted arcuate keratotomy (AK) to reduce corneal astigmatism during FLACS

16.00

M. Nanavaty, A. Simpson, A. Perez UK Comparison of patient flow and intraoperative parameters with mobile femtosecond laser vs conventional cataract surgery

16.10

H. Uy, P. Chan, S. Shah PHILIPPINES Anatomical factors for successful wound opening of femtosecond laser-created clear corneal incisions

16.20

I. Singh USA Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery: effect on early visual acuity

16.30

End of session

F. Khoshzaban, F. Ghaffarifar, T. Nayeri, M. Jabarvand Behrooz IRAN In vitro evaluation of the amebicidal activity of Foeniculum vulgare (fennel) seed essential oil against trophozoites and cysts of Acanthamoeba spp related Acanthamoeba keratitis

16.00

M. Kivanç, S. Kivanc, G. Gullulu TURKEY Effects of linezolid, imipenem and vancomycin against biofilm of methicillin-resistant staphylococcus spp. that isolated from ocular surface of cataract surgery candidates

16.10

A. Taguri, F. Habroosh, N. Al Mansoori, A. Al Ali, B. Kamalboor, M. Alkaabi, S. Al Salemi UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Three years study of the microbial profile and clinical characteristic of infectious keratitis presented to a tertiary cornea unit in Abu Dhabi UAE

16.20

P. Puy, J. San Roman, M. Gabarron, E. Corredera SPAIN Rapid response of Acanthamoeba keratitis but torpid evolution due to superinfection

16.30

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MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER

Free Paper Session Pseudophakic IOLs: Enlarged-Depth-of-Focus II Hall C3 Chairperson:

M. Amon AUSTRIA

Moderators:

F. Kretz GERMANY J. Vukich USA

16.15 – 18.15

Combined SymposiUM of Cataract and Refractive Societies

Combined Symposium of Cataract & Refractive Societies (ESCRS, APACRS, ASCRS, LASCRS) Complex and Complicated Cataract Surgery Auditorium A Chairperson:

D. Spalton UK (ESCRS) W. De La Pena USA (LASCRS) E. Holland USA (ASCRS) R. Yeoh SINGAPORE (APACRS)

16.00

P. Buckhurst, E. Law, R. Aggarwal, S. Kasaby, H. Buckhurst UK Investigation into the defocus curve profile of an extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens

Moderators:

16.06

J. Vukich USA Global experience with new extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens

16.15

A. Behndig SWEDEN (ESCRS) Pseudoexfoliations

16.25

16.12

Discussion

B. Little UK (ESCRS) The rock hard cataract

16.24

G. Kleinmann, A. Abulafia, A. Levi, E. Assia ISRAEL Early experience with a new extended-range-ofvision IOL

16.35 Discussion 16.45

S.P. Chee SINGAPORE (APACRS) Subluxed cataracts

16.30

H. Lee SINGAPORE Evaluation of TECNIS® Symfony extended-range-ofvision intraocular lens (IOL): a 6-month clinical outcome

16.55

T. Samuelson USA (ASCRS) Subluxed IOLs

16.36

R. Gerl, M. Mueller, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, G. Auffarth, M. Gerl, F. Kretz GERMANY Clinical trial to evaluate a progressive, enhanced depth-of-focus intraocular lens with multiple focal points

16.42

16.48

16.54

A. Barisic, I. Dekaris, M. Bohac, N. Gabric CROATIA Tecnis Symfony extended-range-of-vision IOL in cataract surgery after laser refractive surgery

CSCRS C C

17.05 Discussion 17.15

R. Yeoh SINGAPORE (APACRS) Cataract surgery in eyes over 30mm axial length

17.25

M. Ventura BRAZIL (LASCRS) Challenging cataract surgical cases using femtosecond laser

17.35 Discussion

K. Podboraczynska-Jodko, W. Lubinski, M. Kirkiewicz POLAND Clinical outcomes after cataract surgery with implantation of the multifocal Tecnis Symfony lenses

17.45

S. Masket USA (ASCRS) Posterior polar cataracts

17.55

J.J. Mura CHILE (LASCRS) Cataract surgery in eyes with narrow angles

M. Spyra, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Binocular visual outcomes at all distances with new extended-range-of-vision Tecnis Symfony intraocular lenses implanted in micro-monovision configuration

18.05 Discussion

17.00

Discussion

17.18

S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA Clinical outcomes and functional vision with new extended-range-of-vsion (ERV) intraocular lenses

17.24

T. Monteiro, J. Lemos, M. Castro Neves, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Comparative study of visual and refractive outcomes between a low-add diffractive multifocal and an extended-depth-of-focus multifocal intraocular lenses

17.30

J. Blondel, E. D'Alessandro, A. Ouabas, A. Mermoud SWITZERLAND Efficacy and safety of instant focus (InFo) lens

17.36

M. Holzer, A. Sener, A. Salvador Playa, C. Krants-Kret, E. Mertens, R. Nuijts GERMANY Functional outcomes of the new Precizon presby transitional continuous focus intraocular lens

MONDAY

16.00 – 18.00

18.15

End of session

17.42 Discussion 18.00

End of session

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MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 16.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 18.15

17.56

H. Matsushima, K. Ohnuma, M. Aose, M. Nagata, K. Mukai, T. Senoo JAPAN Effect to visual function by sub-surface nano glistening and glistening

18.02

L. Wielders, J. Schouten, M. Aberle, V. Lambermont, F. van den Biggelaar, B. Winkens, R. Simons, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Treatment of cystoid macular edema after cataract surgery: a systematic review

Free Paper Session Cataract Surgery Complications/Management

MONDAY

Auditorium C6 Chairperson:

N. Mamalis USA

Moderator:

G. Beiko CANADA

16.30

N. Mamalis, J. Guan, J. Li, N. Reiter USA ASCRS/ESCRS survey on foldable IOLs requiring explantation or secondary intervention: 2015 update

16.36

O. Kristianslund, L. Drolsum NORWAY A randomised controlled trial comparing two operation methods for late in-the-bag intraocular lens dislocation

16.42

S. Sella, A. Rubowich, J. Ferencz, S. Shin-Ofir, M. Blau-Most, E. Assia, Y. Ton ISRAEL Intraocular lens dislocation posterior and anterior segment surgical collaboration

16.48

K. Hayashi, S. Ogawa, A. Hirata, K. Yoshimura JAPAN A classification system of intraocular lens dislocation sites under operating microscopy and surgical techniques and outcomes of exchange surgery

16.54

Discussion

17.00

D. Kazakos UK Intraocular lens exchange in dissatisfied patients: a large case series

17.06

C. Mayer, N. Hirnschall, W. Wackernagel, G. Pregartner, T. Falb, O. Findl, N. Ardjomand AUSTRIA Late dislocation and haptic deformation of a hydrophilic intraocular lens: characteristics, incidence rates and predisposing factors

17.12

G. Beiko, T. Ohta CANADA L-shaped pocket incision for implantation and explantation of 6 mm optic IOLs, through a 3.00 mm corneal incision

17.18

T. Ohta, K. Ichikawa, Y. Matsuzaki, L. Brierley, G. Beiko, A. Agarwal, A. Agarwal JAPAN L-shaped pocket incision for 6mm PMMA IOL explantation

17.24

Discussion

17.32

K. Habon, G. Scharioth, A. Dombi GERMANY Sutureless intrascleral fixation of hydrophobic acrylic one-piece posterior chamber intraocular lens: intermediate results

17.38

J. Cardigos, A. Basilio, L. Costa, B. Carvalho, A. Vicente, N. Marques, J. Feijao PORTUGAL Scleral-fixated and iris-claw intraocular lenses: long-term visual outcomes

17.44

C. Carlevale ITALY New sutureless scleral fixation technique using an intraocular lens with self-blocking plugs on haptics: four year results

17.50

Discussion

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18.08 Discussion 18.15

End of session


MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 17.57

D. Badoza, E. Benitez Saldivar, S. Ambrosetto, M. Cosentino ARGENTINA Posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens implantation in keratoconic eyes: long-term changes in visual acuity

18.03

H. Park SOUTH KOREA Phakic intraocular lens implantation for shallow anterior chamber patients

18.09

G. Duncker, C. Buchholz, T. Duncker GERMANY Low diopter piggy-back ICL for correcting residual refractive error after multifocal IOL implantation: a prospective study

Free Paper Session Keratoconus and Phakic IOLs Hall C4 Chairperson:

V. Katsanevaki GREECE

Moderators:

J. Alió SPAIN G. Duncker GERMANY

16.30

A. Abdelrahman Elsayed, A. Lotfy, A. Samir EGYPT Evaluation of femtosecond laser-assisted 320º arc intracorneal segment in managing keratoconus

16.36

T. Queirós, N. Franqueira, F. Faria Correia, T. Monteiro, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Phakic intraocular lens implantation after intracorneal ring segment for keratoconus

16.42

J. Alió, P. Sanz Diez, M. Prieto, A. Vega-Estrada, A. Cardona, M. Maldonado, R. Gutierrez SPAIN Clinical profile of early keratoconus with normal vision based on pattern recognition analysis

16.48

E. Sunay, F. Helvacioglu, O. Kavalcioglu, T. Akin, A. Akyurt TURKEY Short-term outcomes of keratoconus management with wavefront-guided normalization combined with CXL stabilization

16.54

S. El-Khoury, Y. Abdelmassih, M. Amro, E. Jarade LEBANON Interface-cross-linking and excimer refractive laser in hyperopic ectasia: method description and case series report

17.00

M. Shafik Shaheen, A. Shalaby, M. Khalifa EGYPT Wavefront-guided PRK for ametropia correction in cross-linked keratoconic eyes

17.06

K. Termote, S. Holland, D. Lin, S. Mosquera BELGIUM Early result of topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy for post-LASIK ectasia

17.12

S. Awwad, R. Antonios, M. Abdul Fattah, M. Nasser, B. Abiad LEBANON New surgical technique for enhancing the astigmatic correction effect of Intacs SK corneal ring segments in keratoconus eyes with a central cone

17.18

C. Bergin, F. Majo, I. Guber SWITZERLAND Relationship between repeatability in corneal topography parameters and increased disease severity in keratoconic eyes

17.24

J. Ferreira Mendes, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria-Correia PORTUGAL Refractive and topographic results after intracorneal ring segment exchange in the treatment of keratoconus

17.30

Discussion

17.45

S. Jonker, A. Ronden, T. Berendschot, I. Saelens, N. Bauer, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Five and ten year results with the Artisan myopia phakic intraocular lens: long-term visual function, efficacy, safety and endothelial cell loss

17.51

S. Monteiro, I. Casal, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Brochado PORTUGAL Visual outcomes of phakic intraocular lens toric Artiflex

18.15 Discussion 18.30

End of session

MONDAY

16.30 – 18.30

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17.00 – 18.30

Free Paper Session

Free Paper Session

Cataract Surgery Equipment/Instrumentation/ Surgical Devices II

Cornea Medical I

Hall C1 Chairperson:

A. Ivarsen DENMARK

Moderators:

A. Golovin RUSSIA B. Little UK

17.00

17.06

MONDAY

17.12

I. Sobral, C. Azenha, A. Martins, E. Costa, A. Rosa, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL IOL calculation after laser refractive surgery: intraoperative aberrometry vs ASCRS online calculator M. Breen, R. Cionni USA Comparative study between preoperative power calculations and outcomes using intraoperative aberrometry K. Vunnava, S. Das, M. Kummelil, S. Nagappa, B. Shetty, R. Shetty INDIA Microscope integrated intraoperative spectral domain optical coherence tomography for imaging intumescent cataracts

Hall C2 Chairperson:

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND

Moderators:

S. Marques PORTUGAL B. Samolov SWEDEN

17.00

L. Espandar, J. Vasseur USA Establishing and characterizing a limbal stem cell deficiency mouse model

17.06

S. Marques, M. Guerra, C. Almeida, H. Pereira, J. Arede PORTUGAL Keratoconus management: our results with hybrid contact lenses

17.12

A. Amit Gupta INDIA Comparison of a large keratoconic population with ‘normal’ eyes with a new algorithm for detecting keratoconus using Scheimpflug imaging

17.18

Discussion

17.30

V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE OCT-derived 3-D epithelial thickness mapping and distribution: comparative variability study in healthy and keratoconic eyes

17.18

Discussion

17.28

U. Reinprayoon, N. Kasetsuwan, R. Sajjanukool, M. Butsayarat THAILAND The innovation of CUTM-1 in axis measurement

17.36

L. Romanova, T. Kiseleva, O. Oganesyan, K. Lugovkina RUSSIA The results of immersion A-B-scan axial length measurement in eyes with dense cataract

K. Tu, A. Tourkmani, S. Srinivas UK The inter-relationships between three keratoconic cone parameters

17.42

A. Vega-Estrada, P. Sanz Diez, J. Alió SPAIN Corneal posterior surface characterization in normal and keratoconus patients according to the degree of visual limitation

17.48

T. Huseynova, F. Abdulaliyeva, M. Lanza AUSTRIA Retrospective analysis of incidence and gender prevalence of keratoconus patients in Azerbaijan

17.54

Discussion

18.06

R. Yi, J. Moon, J. Shin, G. Bae, S. Chung SOUTH KOREA Comparison of biometric measurements and refractive results between applanation ultrasonography and three different interferometries

M. Shajari, E. Eberhardt, G. Al Khateeb, M. MÜller, M. Remy, T. Kohnen GERMANY Effects of atopic syndrome on keratoconus manifestation

18.12

C. Joo, M. Kang, W. Whang, S. Chung SOUTH KOREA Predicting effective lens position with biometric measurements using 3D-OCT

F. Yenihayat, F. Yenihayat, O. Altintas, M. Kasap, N. Guzel, G. Akpinar, O. Celik TURKEY Comparative proteome analysis of the tear samples obtained from mild grade keratoconus (KC) patients

18.18

G. Sahin, E. Sogutlu Sari, A. Yazici, K. Tinc, S. Ermis TURKEY Dry eye parameter changes after corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) with epithelium off for progressive keratoconus

18.24

V. Saw, A. Grau, G. Jutley, J. McAlister, J. Dart, R. Collin, D. Verity UK Mucous membrane grafts in ocular cicatricial pemphigoid: Schirmer’s test and long-term fornix depth outcomes

18.30

End of session

17.34

17.40

P. Hoffmann, M. Abraham, L. Zumhagen GERMANY 1.5 year experience with swept source OCT biometry

17.46

Discussion

17.52

R. Varsits, N. Hirnschall, B. Doeller, O. Findl AUSTRIA Increasing the number of successful axial eye length measurements using swept-source optical coherence tomography technology compared to conventional optical biometry

17.58

18.04

18.10

J. Titiyal, M. Kaur, P. Ramesh, R. Falera, R. Sinha INDIA Intraoperative optical coherence tomographyassisted assessment of corneal wound architecture in conventional and femtosecond laser-assisted phacoemulsification

18.16 Discussion 18.30

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MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER 17.00 – 18.00

Instructional Courses IC98 Ocular trauma assessment and NEW management (B)

T. Rudolph SWEDEN, C. Jansen SWEDEN, A. Bergstrom SWEDEN, G. Jakobsson SWEDEN Room B1

IC99 NEW

Ocular surface masterclass: what’s new in diagnosis and management of dry eye, ocular rosacea, allergic eye disease and cicatrising conjunctivitis for the cataract surgeon (I)

V. Saw UK, E. Messmer GERMANY, J. McCulley USA, S. Bonini ITALY Room B2

IC100 Comprehensive anterior segment evaluation for cataract and refractive surgery (including biometry, axial length measurement and IOL calculation using Scheimpflug technology) (I) T. Kohnen GERMANY, J. Aramberri SPAIN, S. Basti USA Room B5

IC101 Anesthesia for the anterior segment surgeon (B) R. Bellucci ITALY, D. Spalton UK, B. Cochener FRANCE, A. Toso ITALY Room B8

MONDAY

IC102 Cataract surgery in complicated cornea NEW cases (A) M. Balidis GREECE, B. Allan UK, V. Maurino UK Room B3

IC103 Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: how to standardise and master this procedure (A) M. Busin ITALY, J. Beltz AUSTRALIA, V. Scorcia ITALY, S. Madi EGYPT Room B11

IC104 Gonioscopy and angle imaging (I)

NEW

S. Perera SINGAPORE, C. Ho SINGAPORE, D. Goh SINGAPORE Room B4

IC105 Intraoperative optical coherence tomography for anterior segment surgery (I) NEW

O. Findl AUSTRIA, A. Saad FRANCE, C. Lisa SPAIN, N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA Room B6

IC106 Flow chart guide to decisions in modern cataract surgery (I) NEW

B. Aslan TURKEY, B. Toygar TURKEY Room B7

IC107 Management of cataract patients with NEW pterygium (I)

J. Titiyal INDIA, R. Sinha INDIA, A. Chakrabarti INDIA Room B10

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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A full day dedicated to presbyopia treatment INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE

Presbyopia Lens Surgery

PRESBYOPIA WORKSHOP

Accommodation in Depth

INSTRUCTIONAL COURSE

Correcting Presbyopia Using Corneal Inlay Technologies

PRESBYOPIA PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

Management of the Ocular Surface Before and After Refractive Surgery

PRESBYOPIA FREE PAPER SESSION

Tuesday 13 September

PRESBYOPIA DAY 08.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 18.00


Tuesday 13 September

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TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 08.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10.30

09.24

S. Liebing, R. Khoramnia, T. Tandogan, G. Auffarth GERMANY Optical bench analysis: influence of the near addition on the optical quality in a segmental multifocal intraocular lens platform

09.30

W. Mayer, R. Diener, T. Kreutzer, A. Wolf, K. Kortuem, C. Kern, S. Priglinger GERMANY Clinical evaluation of a non-diffractive EDOF lens with +1.5 D near addition

09.36

F. Kretz, H. Kaymak, R. Gerl, M. Mueller, G. Auffarth, M. Gerl, D. Breyer GERMANY Evaluation of a rotational asymmetric multifocal intraocular lens with a standard toricity and a +1.5 D near addition

09.42

Discussion

09.52

G. Auffarth, B. Giers, S. Liebing, R. Khoramnia, B. Thomas, T. Rabsilber GERMANY Clinical experiences with a rotation-asymmetric bifocal intraocular lens with a near-segment of +8.0 D for patients with age-related macular degeneration

Free Paper Session Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal II Auditorium C6 Chairperson:

G. Auffarth GERMANY

Moderators:

F. Kretz GERMANY M. Lawless AUSTRALIA

08.00

08.06

J. Costa, A. Rosa, R. Araujo, F. Rito, J. Povoa, C. Lobo, J. Murta PORTUGAL Optimal diffractive multifocal IOL centration evaluated with a ray tracing aberrometer

08.12

A. Dunai, K. Kranitz, E. Juhasz, G. Sandor, T. Filkorn, Z. Nagy HUNGARY Comparison of two multifocal IOL types: short and medium-term visual outcomes

09.58

J. Lee, J. Lee, Y. Park, J. Lee, H. Choi SOUTH KOREA Comparative analysis of the clinical outcomes of multifocal intraocular lenses with different add powers

S. Huebsch, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY New refractive optical MIOL concepts: comparison of different optical systems

10.04

E. Pazo, J. Moore, R. McNelly, T. Moore, O. Richoz, A. Nesbit UK Optimal pupil size for asymmetrical multifocal intraocular lens (MFIOL)

10.10

M. Rau GERMANY Mix-match of Lentis Mplus X, Lentis Comfort Mplus X Toric and Comfort Toric to achieve visual improvement and higher satisfaction D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Individualized patient care: comparison of different variants of blended vision with rotational asymmetric multifocal intraocular lenses (MIOL)

08.18

TUESDAY

D. Zamora-De La Cruz, E. Chavez-Mondragon MEXICO Clinical impact of glistenings in a multifocal intraocular lens, long-term visual outcomes of ReSTOR +3.00 at Instituto de OftalmologĂ­a, Mexico City

08.24

T. Grover, A. Braganza, R. Shetty, V. Kharbanda INDIA A comparison of quality of life and patient satisfaction with customized monovision pseudophakia in relation to bilateral diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses in Indian patients

08.30

S. Anisimova, L. Zagrebelnaya RUSSIA Assessment of visual outcomes and patient satisfaction after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery with implantation of diffractive multifocal intraocular lens depending on the age of patients

10.16

08.36

Discussion

10.22 Discussion

08.46

A. Iggui, G. Cillino, A. Casuccio, S. Di Naro, S. Cillino ITALY Electrophysiological contrast sensitivity comparison between monofocal and multifocal intraocular lenses: a prospective clinical study

10.30

08.52

J. Urminsky, P. Studeny, M. Hlozanek, D. Krizova, T. Novotny, P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Clinical experience with the polyfocal, bioanalogic intraocular lens: Czech national observational registry

08.58

J. Kaluzny, A. Zaron, B. Danek, J. Pulkowska-Ulfig, O. Beck, M. Gebska-Toloczko, B. Kaluzny POLAND Cognitive functions in patients after cataract extraction with multifocal and monofocal intraocular lenses

09.04

M. Lawless, L. Levitz, J. Reich, T. Roberts, U. Bhatt, C. Hodge AUSTRALIA Visual and refractive outcomes after implantation of a new quadrafocal intraocular lens

09.10

Discussion

09.18

S. Marcos, A. Radhakrishnan, C. Dorronsoro, V. Akondi, P. Perez-Merino SPAIN Insights on optical and visual performance with rotational asymmetric multifocal intraocular lenses

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TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

Free Paper Session Paediatric Cataract Surgery Hall C1 Chairperson:

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

Moderators:

W. Kim SOUTH KOREA A. Nyström SWEDEN

08.00

G. Hildebrand, K. Xue UK Experience of early implantation of retropupillary iris-claw intraocular lens in childhood

08.06

A. Nyström, N. Almarzoki, G. Magnusson, M. Zetterberg SWEDEN Bag-in-the-lens (BIL) intraocular lens: well suited for use in children

08.12

P. Bhasin INDIA Results of posterior optic capture of IOL in paediatric traumatic cataract

08.18

O. Eski Yucel, A. Gul TURKEY The posterior capsulotomy size affects the formation of significant visual axis opacification in paediatric cataract

08.24

Discussion

08.38

W. Kim, K. Kim SOUTH KOREA Analysis of factors for the occurrence of glaucoma after cataract surgery in children

08.44

N. Gozum, G. Askar, A. Gezer TURKEY Strabismus in congenital cataract

08.50

V. Vohra, G. Luthra, H. Chawla INDIA Supraincisional stromal pocket hydration for wound closure in paediatric cataract surgeries

08.56

J. Sukhija, S. Kaur, S. Pandav, S. Kaushik, J. Ram, S. Raj INDIA Cataract surgery in children with buphthalmos

09.02

D. Silva, M. Mota, C. Pedrosa, P. Pego, S. Pinto, C. Vendrell, I. Prieto PORTUGAL Fifteen years of paediatric cataract surgery

09.08

Discussion

09.20

E. Seven, M. Batur TURKEY Axial length changes after congenital cataract surgery

09.26

V. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, S. Shah, A. Vasavada, S. Vasavada, M. Praveen INDIA Normative biometric data in paediatric eyes from birth to 2 years of age

09.32

R. Deshpande, K. Dole, M. Deshpande INDIA Predictive value of various IOL power calculation formulae used in paediatric cataract surgery

09.38

Discussion

09.52

D. Tadros, K. Wood, R. H Trivedi, E. Wilson EGYPT Secondary intraocular lens implantation following infantile cataract surgery: indications, lens placement and long-term postoperative outcomes

09.58

M. Mahendra, S. Mahendra INDIA Management and surgical outcome of plaques adhered to posterior capsule in paediatric cataracts

10.04

U. Thakur, V. Saw UK Abstract for audit on outcomes of surgery for posterior polar cataract at a tertiary teaching centre

10.10 Discussion 10.30

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TUESDAY

08.00 – 10.30

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Free Paper Session Cornea Surgical II

09.32

Y. Shiuey, J. Vargas USA 5 year results of a foldable non-penetrating artificial cornea for corneal blindness

09.38

C. Samarawickrama, T. Ayoub, M. Wilkins UK Boston keratoprosthesis type 1: outcomes, complications and the importance of appropriate patient selection

09.44

E. Malyutina, B. Malyugin, O. Antonova RUSSIA Clinical outcomes of central circular Descemetorhexis without endothelial transplantation in patients with Fuchsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; corneal dystrophy

09.50

U. Erdem, S. Altun, A. Tas, S. Yildiz TURKEY Treatment of ocular surface burns with total limbal damage with in vivo corneal stem cell augmentation or induced puliripotent stem cells for total corneal surface and limbal reconstruction

09.56

Discussion

10.12

T. Chowdhury INDIA Initial experience of supra-tenon excision of pterygium (STEP) with fixation of conjunctival autograft

10.18

M. Elsayed, W. Mahran, S. aboud EGYPT A comparative study between conjunctival limbal autograft transplantation with mitomycin C and amniotic membrane transplantation with mitomycin C in recurrent pterygium

10.24

T. Celik TURKEY In situ blood coagulum vs sutures for autograft fixation after pterygium excision

10.30

End of session

Hall C2 Chairperson:

M. Busin ITALY

Moderator:

L. Baydoun THE NETHERLANDS

08.00

TUESDAY

08.06

R. Carneiro de Freitas, T. Monteiro, F. Faria Correia, N. Franqueira, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Intracorneal ring segment implantation in young patients under 20 years old with keratoconus: clinical results and disease progression after a 2 year follow-up J. Court, M. Muhtaseb UK Treatment of advanced keratoconus with INTACS SK intrastromal corneal ring segment: 5 year outcomes

08.12

S. Crisostomo, B. Carvalho, N. Silva, V. Maduro, N. Alves, J. Feijao, P. Candelaria PORTUGAL Intrastromal ring segments for the treatment of keratoconus: a 10 year follow-up study

08.18

Discussion

08.34

S. Mojalad Nobari, C. Villena, K. Jadidi SPAIN Clinical outcomes of MyoRing implantation vs combined corneal collagen cross-linking and MyoRing implantation in patients with keratoconus

08.40

D. Eve, B. Cochener FRANCE Do not forget intrastromal corneal ring segments (ICRS) to correct low myopia with corneal risk factors for keratectasia

08.46

J. Krumeich, N. Hirnschall, D. Breyer GERMANY Femtosecond laser-assisted circular keratotomy (CKT) to halt progression of keratoconus stage I and II: evaluation of 2 years follow-up

08.52

Discussion

08.58

K. van Dijk, I. Dapena, J. Parker, E. Groeneveld, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Bowman's layer transplantation for advanced keratoconus: clinical outcomes up to five years after surgery

09.04

A. Tourkmani, P. Hossain, M. Tsatsos, M. Jones, D. Anderson UK Emergency corneal grafting in the UK: a 6 year analysis of the UK transplant registry

09.10

M. Mahr, J. Erie, K. Baratz USA Racial differences in the rates of penetrating or endothelial keratoplasty for Fuchs dystrophy among US medicare beneficiaries

09.16

H. Rashed, M. Ismail EGYPT Penetrating keratoplasty for keratoconus: an OCT study of the healing patterns and correlation with suture depth

09.22

E. Hughes, J. Stokes, P. Condon, S. Daya IRELAND Outcomes in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK) for corneal ectasia

09.28

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09.36

C. Moon, J. Chung, J. Kim, M. Kim, H. Tchah SOUTH KOREA Effect of three-dimensional printed personalized moisture chamber spectacles on the periocular humidity

09.42

G. Smith, J. Wolffsohn, V. Manoj UK Response to dry eye therapy among subjects with normal and abnormal tear film osmolarity

Free Paper Session Cornea Medical II Hall C3 Chairperson:

P. Rosen UK

09.48

Discussion

Moderators:

S. Garcia-Delpech SPAIN F. Mutlu TURKEY

10.06

I. Karaca, S. Guven Yilmaz, M. Palamar Onay, H. Ates TURKEY Comparison of central corneal thickness and endothelial cell measurements by Pentacam Schiempflug camera system and two noncontact specular microscopes

N. Chaudhry, A. Hamilton, L. Au, A. Brahma, F. Carley UK Patterns of severe microbial keratitis requiring hospital admission: the Manchester experience

08.06

R. Metzinger, S. Killeen, R. Reimers, C. Roy USA Novel broad spectrum antimicrobial is an effective medical sterilant and therapeutic option for treatment of Acanthamoeba keratitis

10.12

C. Mazzotta, C. Traversi ITALY Phenotypic spectrum of granular type II corneal dystrophy (GCD2) in two Italian families presenting an unusual granular type I (GCD1) clinical appearance

08.12

J. Sengupta, S. Saha, A. Khetan, D. Chatterjee, D. Banerjee INDIA Role of antifungal resistance genes in treatment outcome of fungal keratitis

10.18

A. Akyuz Unsal, T. Kocaturk, C. Gunel, I. Meteoglu, I. Kurt Omurlu, B. Demirci TURKEY Effect of Pycnogenol® on an experimental rat model of allergic conjunctivitis

08.18

Discussion

10.24

08.30

D. Cordeiro Sousa, J. Pinto, M. Canastro, R. Amorim, P. Guerra, A. Quintas, W. Rodrigues PORTUGAL Cyclosporine A eye drops for symptomatic nummular keratitis: a retrospective case series

R. Diaz Céspedes, S. Garcia-Delpech, A. Hervás, P. Udaondo, E. Sanz Marco, W. Furlan, D. Salom SPAIN Hyper-CL: reducing effectively corneal edema

10.30

End of session

08.36

M. Elalfy, S. Hamada UK Subconjunctival bevacizumab injection in the management of paediatric corneal neovascularisation with and without fine needle diathermy occlusion of corneal vessels: five year follow-up

08.42

S. Balal, A. Sharma, N. Nesaratnam, J. Than, J. Wawrzynski, B. Kumar, A. Patel UK Fingerprick autologous blood: a novel treatment for dry eye syndrome and persistent epithelial defects

08.48

S. Garcia-Delpech, A. Hervás, R. Diaz Cespedes, P. Udaondo, D. Salom, A. Cisneros SPAIN Cacicol®, a new therapeutic approach to the management of persistent epithelial defects and neurotrophic keratopathy

08.54

A. Rodriguez, S. Gisbert, J. Alió SPAIN Characterization of platelet-rich plasma (E-PRP): quantification of growth factors and fibronectin

09.00

S. Zarei-Ghanavati, A. Eslampoor, A. Zarea IRAN Comparison of autologous platelet-rich plasma with autologous serum eye drop in corneal epithelial disorders

09.06

Discussion

09.18

F. Segev, N. Gefen, L. Suh, D. Trief, Y. Cohen, R. Gefen, A. Harris ISRAEL A new hyperspectral imaging method to evaluate dry eye syndrome

09.24

S. Dell USA Intense pulsed light therapy reduces the severity of dry eye syndrome in meibomian gland dysfunction: a prospective study

09.30

D. Ozek, O. Evren Kemer TURKEY Examination of tear functions with early acne rosacea without meibomian gland disease

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09.30 – 11.00

Instructional Courses

Presented Poster Session

IC108 Artificial iris implantation (I)

Dry Eye

S. Srinivasan UK, K. Miller USA, M. Snyder USA, S. Masket USA Room B3

Poster Village: Pod 1 Facilitator: A. Panico ITALY

IC109 Paediatric penetrating keratoplasty: to do or not to do? (I)

09.30

M. Fernandes INDIA, J. Sengupta INDIA, N. Gangopadhyay INDIA, A. Borthakur INDIA, K.K. Nischal USA Room B8

P. Dimitrakas, D. Pagoulatos, T. Stauropoulou, C. Koutsandrea GREECE Dry eye syndrome after phacoemulsification surgery

09.40

D. Todorovic, T. Sarenac, S. Sreckovic, M. Janicijevic Petrovic, S. Jovanovic, N. Petrovic, M. Todorovic SERBIA The association of pseudoexfoliation with dry eye after phacoemulsification

09.50

H. Kim, K. Park, J. Lee SOUTH KOREA The effect of combination therapy with topical diquafosol 3% eye drops and hyaluronate sodium 0.1% eye drops on dry eye after cataract surgery

10.00

J. Lee, S. Yun SOUTH KOREA Efficacy and optical quality of topical 3.0% diquafosol, 0.05% cyclosporine A and 0.1% sodium hyaluronate in dry eyes after cataract surgery

10.10

A. Deka INDIA Prevalence of dry eye disease after cataract surgery

10.20

L. Kovalenko, G. Parkhomenko, A. Chuyko UKRAINE Influence of dry eye syndrome on the calculation results of multifocal IOLs with refractive lens replacement

10.30

A. Garg INDIA Dry eye status following femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS)

10.40

J. Lee, Y. Cho SOUTH KOREA The influence of preoperative meibomian gland disease (MGD) and blinking rate on dry eye disease after cataract surgery

10.50

Y. Park, H. Kim SOUTH KOREA Observation of influence of cataract surgery on the ocular surface

11.00

End of session

IC110 Ray tracing for IOL power calculation (I) P. Preussner GERMANY, O. Findl AUSTRIA, J. Wahl GERMANY, P. Hoffmann GERMANY, L. Zumhagen GERMANY Room B11

IC111 Managing phaco complications in rock hard cataracts (B) K. Mehta INDIA, J. Bovet SWITZERLAND, C. Mehta INDIA, S. Arshinoff CANADA, M. Piovella ITALY, Z. Biro HUNGARY Room B6

TUESDAY

IC112 ReLEx SMILE: scientific summary and surgical tips and pearls (B) D. Breyer GERMANY, B. Meyer GERMANY, W. Sekundo GERMANY, R. Wiltfang GERMANY Hall C4

IC113 Intraocular suturing (I) M. Elgohary UK, A. Ali CANADA, A. Barsam UK, M. Bhogal UK, O. Unguryanov RUSSIA Room B10

IC115 Presbyopia lens surgery (I) NEW

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Presbyopia

TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER Presbyopia

09.30 – 11.00

Presented Poster Session

Presented Poster Session

Presbyopia

Solutions for Traumatic Cases

Poster Village: Pod 2

Poster Village: Pod 3

Facilitator: V. Diakonis GREECE

Facilitator: M. Severinsen DENMARK

09.30

A. Cerviño, D. Monsalvez-Romin, S. Garcia-Lazaro, J. Esteve-Taboada, C. Albarran-Diego, F. Pastor SPAIN Wavefront transformation for simulating multifocal implantation in eyes with elliptical pupils

09.40

S. Anisimov, S. Semyonov, I. Novak, L. Fastovtsova RUSSIA The results of bilateral SUPRACOR in cases of presbyopia combined with myopia or hyperopia

09.50

J. Fernandez, M. Rodriguez-Vallejo, J. Martinez, A. Tauste SPAIN Impact of corneal spherical aberration and tear break-up time on contrast sensitivity and visual acuity defocus curves in patients implanted with MIOLs

10.00

E. Mai, D. Chang TAIWAN Presbyopic refractive error aggravates dry eye disease

10.10

A. Renna, A. Villanueva, D. Mas, J. Alió SPAIN Three-year follow-up of post presbyLASIK corneal multifocality through an objective method based on wavefront propagation simulation

10.20

B. Soloway, R. Chu USA Scleral implants for presbyopia: an early analysis of a single site in a multicenter trial

10.30

L. Gualdi, V. Cappello, F. Gualdi, T. Fintina, F. Bilancia, R. D'Abruzzo, M. Gualdi ITALY Electrostimulation of the ciliary muscle: a new noninvasive treatment to restore accommodation in patients affected by early presbyopia

10.40

J. Katz USA A comparison of monocular vs binocular DCNVA at 24 month post-visability implant

10.50

J. Vukich USA US commercial experience with a small aperture corneal inlay for correction of presbyopes: 6-month results

11.00

09.30

F. Segev, S. Armarnik, M. Mimouni, D. Goldenberg, N. Geffen ISRAEL Characterization of deeply embedded corneal foreign bodies with anterior segment optical coherence tomography

09.40

A. Hoffmann, C. Lohmann, C. Mayer GERMANY Unexpected events and complications after artificial iris implantation

09.50

D. Verma, D. Agrawal, S. Kumari INDIA Visual outcome after cataract extraction in open globe injury

10.00

K. Kim, W. Kim SOUTH KOREA Aniridia after blunt trauma and presumed wound dehiscence in a pseudophakic eye

10.10

S. Subasi, O. Altintas, M. Kasap, N. Guzel, G. Akpinar, S. Karaman TURKEY The comparison of amniotic membrane implantation and cross-linking treatment effects in experimental acute alkali burn model with proteomic analysis

10.20

S. Masnec, M. Kalauz, T. Kuzman, R. Kordic, I. Å kegro, S. Jandrokovic, T. Jukic CROATIA Intraoperative floppy iris syndrome: tamsulosin versus doxazosin

10.30

P. Malekifar, M. Javadi, H. Esfandiari, H. Mohammad Rabie, F. Javadi IRAN Visual outcomes after lensectomy and iris claw Artisan intraocular lens implantation in patients with Marfan syndrome

10.40

I. Durak, Z. Ozbek, A. Ozturk, O. Seymenoglu TURKEY Transscleral sutured aniridia lenses after severe anterior segment trauma involving the cornea, iris and lens

10.50

A. Rashed, A. Hamza EGYPT Anterior segment optical coherence tomography findings in recurrent corneal erosion syndrome and traumatic corneal abrasions

11.00

End of session

End of session

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TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 09.30 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 11.00

11.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 13.00

Presented Poster Session

Main Symposium

Phakic IOLs III

Management of the Ocular Surface Before and After Refractive Surgery

Poster Village: Pod 4 Facilitator: N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS 09.30

P. Schraepen, E. Mertens BELGIUM Posterior chamber phakic implantable collamer lens outcomes with at least 1 year of follow-up

09.40

S. Suharyono, B. Dibyasakti, A. Pradipta, W. Doni, A. Supartoto, S. Suhardjo INDONESIA Clinical results and complications of iris fixated phakic intraocular lens to correct high myopia

09.50

Auditorium A Chairpersons:

B. Cochener FRANCE J. Hjortdal DENMARK

11.00

R. Ambrosio BRAZIL The role of the ocular surface in corneal refractive surgery

11.15

R. Mencucci ITALY Dry eye after IOL procedures

11.30 Discussion 11.40

A. Denoyer FRANCE Innovative tools for detecting ocular surface disease

11.55

F. Grus GERMANY New biomarkers of inflammatory disease

10.00

K. Vandekerckhove, C. Bergin SWITZERLAND A new sizing method for the implantable collamer lens (ICL)

10.10

X. Wang, X. Chen, X. Zhou CHINA Effect of brimonidine tartrate 0.2% ophthalmic solution on visual quality after implantable collamer lens implantation with a central hole

12.10 Discussion 12.20

P. Asbell USA Modern therapeutic strategies after refractive surgery

H. Ammar EGYPT Comparison of Visian toric collamer lens and AcrySof toric lens implantation for myopic astigmatism treatment

12.35

S. Doan FRANCE Management of the lipid layer

10.20

TUESDAY

M. Tomita, M. Wang, M. Miita JAPAN 6 month results of multifocal phakic IOL implantation for presbyopia patients

Presbyopia

10.30

D. Belov, V. Nikolaenko RUSSIA Comparison of IOL power calculation accuracy by the SRK/T and Haigis formulas on short eyes using applanation ultrasound biometry

10.40

M. Bohac, M. Anticic, M. Koncarevic, A. Pasalic, V. Cerovic, N. Gabric CROATIA Two years follow-up of V4c implantable collamer lens in moderate to high myopic astigmatism

10.50

S. Hashemian IRAN Long-term outcomes and complications of posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens implantation for the correction of high myopia and astigmatism (5 year study)

11.00

End of session

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End of session


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Free Paper Session Investigations and Complications Management

14.50

A. Friehmann, M. Mimouni, I. Kaiserman ISRAEL Incidence and risk factors for epithelial ingrowth following LASIK

14.56

A. Garg INDIA Clinical evaluation of chronic dry eye in photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) and laser in-situ keratomileusis

15.02

V. Mittal, R. Mittal, R. Jain INDIA Post-laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) interface filamentous fungal keratitis: clinical course and outcomes

Hall C3 Chairperson:

S. Morselli ITALY

Moderators:

V. Mittal INDIA G. Tamayo COLOMBIA

13.30

B. Thomas, A. Mueller, G. Auffarth, M. Holzer GERMANY Analysis of the Verion image-guided system: repeatability of keratometry and comparison of keratometry and intraocular lens calculation with established devices

13.36

R. Ruiz-Mesa, A. Abengozar-Vela SPAIN Comparison of corneal keratometric and equivalent total power measurements with a point-source color light-emitting diode-based topographer, a Scheimpflug imaging system, a laser interferometry and an image-guided system after refractive surgery

13.42

R. Shroff, R. Shetty, A. Agrawal, N. Pahuja INDIA Flap vs flapless surgery: a contralateral study comparing imaging, proteomic, visual and biomechanical outcomes

13.48

J. González-Méijome, R. Araujo-de-Macedo, H. Ferreira-Neves, L. Rico-del-Viejo, S. Peixoto-de-Matos, J. Salgado-Borges PORTUGAL Effect of defocus and spherical aberration on light disturbances measured with a new psychophysical method

13.54

Discussion

14.04

M. Krauthammer, M. Santhiago, D. Varssano, R. Krueger, D. Smadja ISRAEL Performance of a new optimized ectasia risk screening index using a comprehensive approach: morphological and biomechanical-based approaches

14.10

C. Chan, A. Saad, M. Dagher, M. Qazi, D. Gatinel SINGAPORE Post-LASIK ectasia: analysis of cases and accuracy of three risk scoring systems in predicting its occurence

14.16

N. Pahuja, R. Shetty, A. Agrawal, R. Deshmukh, R. Shroff, A. Ghosh, S. Sethu INDIA Post-LASIK ectasia and progressive keratoconus: understanding the mechanistic pathway beyond topography

14.22

G. Tamayo, C. Castell, P. Vargas COLOMBIA High resolution wavefront correction of irregular astigmatism

14.28

Discussion

14.38

A. Hajjar, J. Duran SPAIN Corneal lasso sutures combined with corneal collagen cross-linking for the correction of progressive hyperopia following radial keratotomy

14.44

S. Altun, U. Yolcu, A. Ilhan, A. Tas, U. Erdem TURKEY Long-term results of free flap cases using Nidek MK-2000 microkeratome in LASIK surgery

15.08 Discussion 15.15

End of session

TUESDAY

13.30 – 15.15

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Presbyopia

Presbyopia

14.00 – 16.00

Presbyopia Workshop

Free Paper Session

Accommodation in Depth

Combined Cataract Surgery: Techniques/Practice Styles

Auditorium A Chairpersons: D. Epstein SWITZERLAND I. Pallikaris GREECE

Auditorium C6 Chairperson:

T. Neuhann GERMANY S. Farrell IRELAND Y. Takhtaev RUSSIA

14.00

D. Goldberg USA A novel accommodation model

Moderators:

14.15

L. Nichamin USA An update on the FluidVision accommodating IOL

14.00

T. Neuhann GERMANY Continued long-term results after implantation of a single trabecular bypass stent during small incision cataract surgery in patients with glaucoma or ocular hypertension

14.06

V. Kumar, M. Frolov, G. Dushina, A. Belodedova, A. Shradqa RUSSIA Management of open-angle glaucoma in cataract patients using Kumar’s 3rd generation stainless steel spiral Schlemm’s canal expander during small incision cataract surgery

14.12

C. Kniestedt, J. Wachtl, M. Toeteberg-Harms, S. Frimmel, N. Portmann SWITZERLAND Long-term efficacy and safety of combined phacoemulsification plus trabeculectomy compared to trabeculectomy alone

14.18

Discussion

14.24

M. Koss, K. Ceglowska, I. Dacheva, J. Wasiak, G. Pinelli, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY The comparison of intermediate visual acuity in patients treated for epiretinal membrane by phacovitrectomy with bifocal LENTIS Comfort LS-313 MF15 lens (Oculentis®) and monofocal lens insertion

14.30

G. Addabbo, F. Pignatelli, F. Prima ITALY Cataract surgery combined with 0,7mg intravitreal dexamethasone implant in diabetic patients with pre-existent macular edema: our experience

14.36

O. Unguryanov, T. Fadeikina RUSSIA Retention sutures in cataract surgery combined with lens subluxation

14.42

Discussion

14.48

A. Zaki EGYPT Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty, triple procedure: a useful clinical application of the pre-Descemet's layer (Dua's layer)

14.54

M. Ozmen, E. Yuksel, B. Aydin, F. Akata, K. Bilgihan TURKEY Endoilluminator-assisted phacoemulsification and DMEK in severe endothelial decompensation due to angle closure glaucoma

15.00

S. Farrell, P. Mullaney IRELAND Limbal relaxing incisions during cataract surgery: vector analysis and subgroup analysis of a large cohort of 465 eyes

15.06

P. Smahliou, V. Mela, L. Condis GREECE Simultaneous bilateral cataract surgery: 10 years follow-up outcomes

15.12

Discussion

14.30 Discussion 14.40

J. Alió SPAIN A new IOL for the correction of presbyopia

14.55

O. Rozanova RUSSIA Accommodation and binocularity

15.10 Discussion 15.20

TUESDAY

15.35

S. Plainis GREECE Evaluation of reading performance in presbyopia correction A. Glasser USA Managing multicenter clinical studies with a ray-trace aberrometer: it's all about the data

15.50 Discussion 16.00

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15.28

15.34

Y. Takhtaev, S. Takhtaev RUSSIA ‘Outside in’ vs ‘inside out’ phacoemulsification technique: a new approach for cataracts of different grade P. Ramasamy, N. Horgan, P. Talty, J. Doris, R. Khan IRELAND Phaco-out cataract surgery M. Depenbusch, B. Cuda USA 50 consecutive laser-free and ultrasound-free cataract surgeries in 1 to 4+ nuclear sclerotic cataracts

14.00 – 16.00

Free Paper Session Imaging II Hall C1 Chairperson:

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Moderators:

A. Fredriksson SWEDEN J. Novak CZECH REPUBLIC

15.40

E. Fabian GERMANY Quality of the manual rhexis using a surgical assistance system

14.00

A. Fredriksson, A. Behndig SWEDEN The importance of centration and zone diameter in keratometry of irregular corneas

15.46

C. Gunasekera UK The cultural variation in the implementation of the WHO surgical safety checklist in cataract surgery

14.06

M. Roshdy, S. Wahba EGYPT Accuracy of anterior and posterior curvature decentration indices

14.12

T. Archer, A. Kelmenson, J. Jacobs, G. Carp, D. Reinstein UK Repeatability and reproducibility of VHF digital ultrasound: corneal thickness, epithelial thickness, sulcus diameter and lens equatorial diameter

14.18

Discussion

14.34

S.M. Shousha, M. Hosny, Z. Alsanabary, H. Essam eldin Hamdy EGYPT Dry eye evaluation using two new modalities: higher order aberrations (HOAs) evaluation and noncontact infrared meibography

14.40

P. Kıyat, M. Palamar, I. Ertam, A. Yagci TURKEY Evaluation of dry eye and meibomian gland disfunction with meibography in patients with vitiligo

14.46

F. Winterflood, M. Nanavaty, O. Comyn, C. Offer, A. Perez, A. Simpson, A. Lewis UK Evaluation of anterior segment photography by compact digital camera for grading of posterior capsule opacification

14.52

D. Dias, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Pinto PORTUGAL Comparing horizontal white-to-white vs horizontal sulcus-to-sulcus measurements for implantable collamer lens sizing

14.58

F. Rüfer, M. Poelzl, D. Holland GERMANY An agreement study of keratometric values measured by Cassini and IOLMaster 700: decision for IOL calculation

15.04

B. Ventura, M. Ventura, L. Wang, D. Koch, M. Weikert BRAZIL Comparison of biometry and intraocular lens power calculation performed by a new optical biometry device and a reference biometer

15.10

Discussion

15.30

M. Haagdorens, J. Behaegel, S. Michiels, J. Rozema, V. Van Gerwen, N. Zakaria, M. Tassignon BELGIUM Imaging limbal stem cell niches using optical coherence tomography

15.36

J. Els, L. Pabolu, R. Pabolu, B. Hebbatam, G. Ogirala INDIA Making the most from RT-VUE optical coherence tomography (OCT)

15.52 Discussion 16.00

End of session

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TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 15.42

15.48

S. Goto, I. Iehisa, K. Ohnuma, S. Koh, N. Maeda, T. Noda JAPAN Comparison of postoperative change in effective lens position of two aspheric intraocular lenses using new anterior segment optical coherence tomography K. Abdelazeem, M. Sharaf EGYPT Swept-source anterior segment optical coherence tomography imaging of LASIK flap-related complications J. Novak CZECH REPUBLIC Optical coherence tomography imaging of intraocular lens in vitro and in vivo

16.00

End of session

TUESDAY

15.54

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14.00 – 16.00

Free Paper Session Photoablation Hall C2 Chairperson:

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND

Moderators:

S. Goel INDIA A. Vestergaard DENMARK

14.00

P. Vinciguerra, F. Camesasca, R. Vinciguerra, S. Trazza ITALY Sequential customized therapeutic keratectomy for corneal apical scar after hyperopic excimer laser refractive surgery

14.06

T. Churakov, S. Nikulin, A. Kachanov, A. Titov RUSSIA 10 years after myopic LASIK: refractive results and pachymetry changes

14.12

E. Manche, W. Lee USA Wavefront-guided LASIK using a high resolution aberrometer vs wavefront-optimized LASIK: a prospective study

14.18

S. Pieh, C. Skorpik, G. Schmidinger AUSTRIA Reproducibility of angle kappa measurements using a modern laser system

14.24

A. Sasse, M. Shajari, T. Kohnen GERMANY Influence of blurred vision, accommodation and target laser settings on eye movements during LASIK

14.30

F. Neves, L. Figueiredo, J. Costa, T. Pacheco, C. Arede PORTUGAL Evaluation of higher-order aberrations after q-value-guided LASIK for myopia

14.36

C. Sun TAIWAN Evaluation of the clinical outcomes after LASIK for the correction of myopia using an advanced aberrometer

14.42

J. Villada, J. Martinez de Aragon, M. Izquierdo THE NETHERLANDS One year follow-up after long-term flap lift

14.48

S. Goel, S. Mukherjee INDIA Effects of myopic correction by laser in situ keratomileusis, PRK and phakic intraocular lens implantation (V4c ICL) on modulation transfer function and retinal magnification

14.54

Discussion

15.09

M. Arbelaez, N. Alpins, G. Stamatelatos, S. Verma, J. Arbelaez, S. Arba Mosquera OMAN Comprehensive astigmatism planning and analysis with AMARIS

15.15

B. Kaluzny, I. Piotrowiak, M. Kaszuba-Modrzejewska, J. Stachura, S. Mosquera, S. Verma POLAND Two-year outcomes of moderate hyperopia treatment with large ablation zone photorefractive keratectomy

15.21

I. Rodriguez-Perez, J. Gros- Otero, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, A. Rodero, J. Sanchez-Pina SPAIN Myopic laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) outcomes using two different femto-laser platforms and a mechanical microkeratome: FS200® vs FEMTO LDV® Z6 vs Hansatome® zero-compression


TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

15.33

J. Tan, S. Holland, D. Lin, S. Mosquera SINGAPORE Topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy for correction of irregular astigmatism following penetrating keratoplasty L. Mosca, U. De Vico, L. Guccione, C. Radini, G. Gambini, M. Toro, A. Caporossi ITALY Corneal refractive surgery to treat refractive errors in adult amblyopic eyes

15.39

Discussion

15.54

A. Kopylov RUSSIA Refractive surgery in children with anisometropia as a main stage of amblyopia treatment

16.00

End of session

14.00 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 15.00

Moderated Poster Session Special Cases in Cataract Surgery: Paediatric Poster Village: Pod 1 Moderators:

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND A. Toso ITALY

14.00

G. Vizzari, P. Bordin ITALY Femtosecond laser in congenital cataract

14.10

A. GschlieĂ&#x;er, E. Stifter, T. Neumayer, A. Papp, G. Dorner, A. Krueger AUSTRIA Secondary iris-claw introcular lens implantation in aphakic paediatric patients with iridocapsular synechiae

14.20

H. Dang CANADA Evaluation of a global cataract database in paediatric cataract blindness prevention

14.30

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Presbyopic phakic IOL as add on IOL for pseudophakic teenager patient: case report

14.40

G. Ciufo, A. Garcia-Layana, J. Barrio Barrio, M. Saenz De-Viteri SPAIN Urgent cataract surgery in a child diagnosed with Alport syndrome with acute angle-closure glaucoma secondary to spontaneous anterior lenticonus rupture

14.50

C. Francesconi, L. Tubone, R. Nose, W. Nose BRAZIL Iris suture fixation of posterior chamber lens: postoperative complications

15.00

End of session

TUESDAY

15.27

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Presbyopia

TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 14.30 – 16.30

16.00 – 18.00

Instructional Courses

Free Paper Session

IC116 Achieving success in DALK: common pitfalls and their avoidance (I) NEW

Presbyopia Correction

M. Bhogal UK, J. Alio del Barrio SPAIN, M. Ang SINGAPORE, D. Gore UK, M. Ziaei NEW ZEALAND, S. Robbie UK Room B3

IC117 Phototherapeutic keratectomy: from irregular corneas to retreatment after refractive surgery (I) P. Vinciguerra ITALY, F. Camesasca ITALY, D. Reinstein UK, J. Tan SINGAPORE, R. Vinciguerra ITALY Room B6

IC118 Thin manual endothelial keratoplasty: TMDSEK (I) M. Tsatsos UK, D. Anderson UK, P. Hossain UK, V. Liarakos GREECE, M. Rodriguez-Calvo-de-Mora THE NETHERLANDS, S. Jacob INDIA Room B8

IC119 Cornea and glaucoma (I)

TUESDAY

NEW

M. Piovella ITALY, D. Serafano USA, E. Donnenfeld USA, D. Epstein SWITZERLAND, M. McDonald USA, R. Zaldivar ARGENTINA Hall C4

Auditorium A Chairperson:

B. Johansson SWEDEN

Moderator:

K. Liesto FINLAND

16.00

D. Goldberg, A. Hipsley, R. Ang, E. Pfeiffer USA Evaluation of age-related changes on human ocular accommodation biomechanics using high frequency ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM)

16.06

J. Katz USA Improvement in near visual acuity persists 2 and 3 years following surgery in the VisAbility multicenter clinical trial

16.12

J. Hunkeler, R. Lindstrom, K. Crawford, D. Evans, J. Stein, A. Glasser, W. Burns USA Pre-clinical and clinical assessment EV06 ophthalmic solution (EV06; lipoic acid choline ester, 1.5%) for improving distance-corrected near vision acuity (DCNVA) in presbyopes

16.18

K. Liesto, J. Rinta-Rahko FINLAND Six month follow-up results and retreatment rates with the Supracor LASIK procedure for presbyopia

16.24

S. Schmickler GERMANY Comparison of uncorrected and target-corrected visual performance of a small aperture intraocular lens in the treatment of presbyopia

16.30

Discussion

16.42

S. Rowen, A. Hipsley, D. HK Ma, C. SunChang, M. Jackson USA Long-term visual outcomes after laser anterior ciliary excision

16.48

B. Soloway USA A comparison of monocular vs binocular near vision at 24 month post-scleral implants for presbyopia

16.54

E. Barragan MEXICO Binocular reading efficiency with clear non-refractive hydrogel corneal inlay for the correction of presbyopia

17.00

Discussion

17.18

K. Nistad, P. Furuskog NORWAY Spectacle independence and patient satisfaction with FineVision trifocal compared to bifocal intraocular lens implantation in refractive lens exchange procedures

17.24

B. Gjerdrum, E. Stoele NORWAY Refractive stability with and without capsular tension rings for two designs of FineVision trifocal IOL

L. Au UK, T. de Klerk UK, D. Lake UK, M. Wilkins UK Room B10

IC120 Refractive and cataract surgery nightmares: management and prevention of premium IOLs and laser vision correction complications (A)

IC121 Management of paediatric cataracts (A) NEW

V. Vasavada INDIA, A. Vasavada INDIA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, K.K. Nischal USA, S. Farzavandi SINGAPORE Hall C5

14.30 – 15.30 IC122 Correcting presbyopia using corneal inlay technologies (A) NEW

E. Barragan MEXICO, B. Cochener FRANCE, R. Ang PHILLIPINES, W. Crewe-Brown UK Room B12

* Wetlab Pre-Requisite (A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER M. El-Husseiny, L. Daas, A. Viestenz, T. Eppig, A. Langenbucher, B. Seitz GERMANY Visual function with KAMRA corneal inlay in pseudophakic patients, extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens (EDOF-IOL) and diffractive multifocal intraocular lens (MF-IOL) for the surgical correction of presbyopia

17.36 Discussion

16.00 – 17.30

Free Paper Session SMILE: Small Intrastromal Lenticule Extraction II Hall C3 Chairperson:

B. Cochener FRANCE

17.54

G. Savini ITALY Visual performance of a new extended-depth-offocus intraocular lens

Moderators:

A. Marinho PORTUGAL K. Pradhan NEPAL

18.00

End of session

16.00

R. Pérez Izquierdo, F. Poyales, A. Matamoros, D. Medel SPAIN Comparing the results of retreatment procedures after ReLEx SMILE: CIRCLE vs PRK

16.06 Discussion 16.12

R. Deshmukh, R. Shroff, A. Agrawal, R. Shetty INDIA Intraoperative cap repositioning in small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) for enhanced visual recovery

16.18

V. Chuckpaiwong, E. Chansue, M. Tanehsakdi THAILAND Visual outcomes of small incision lenticular extraction (ReLEx SMILE) for astigmatic correction

16.24

Discussion

16.42

E. Taylor, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Impact of increased PTA values on visual outcomes one year after refractive lenticule extraction (ReLEx) SMILE

16.48

R. Wiltfang, M. Bechmann, L. Troeber, D. Kook GERMANY LASEK retreatment for postoperative ametropia after SMILE surgery

16.54

O. Kostin, S. Rebrikov, A. Ovchinnikov, A. Stepanov RUSSIA Outcome of a criminal eye injury after SMILE (small incision lenticule extraction)

17.00

M. Abdalla, O. Ibrahim, I. Ahmed EGYPT Refractive lenticule implantation (RELimp) for unilateral aphakia

17.06

K. Pradhan, D. Reinstein, P. Dhungana, G. Carp, T. Archer, R. Khan NEPAL SMILE for hyperopia: optical zone centration, diameter and aberration induction

17.12 Discussion 17.30

End of session

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TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

16.30 – 18.00

Free Paper Session

Free Paper Session

Corneal Biomechanics

Pseudophakic IOLs: Monofocal/Accommodative

Auditorium C6

Hall C2

Chairperson:

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS

Chairperson:

K. Vannas FINLAND

Moderators:

B. Lopes BRAZIL A. Renna SPAIN

Moderators:

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA D. Holland GERMANY

16.30

P. Padmanabhan, S. Mahadik, S. Rachapalle Reddi INDIA Corneal biomechanical properties assessed by corneal visualization Scheimpflug technology (Corvis ST): comparison between both eyes of patients with unilateral keratoconus and with normal controls

16.36

M. Ariza-Gracia, D. Piñero Llorens, J. Rodriguez Matas, B. Calvo Calzada SPAIN New methodology for characterization of corneal mechanical properties: the POPCORN European project

TUESDAY

16.42

B. Lopes, I. Ramos, A. Luz, R. Vinciguerra, P. Vinciguerra, R. Ambrosio Jr. BRAZIL Corneal deformation parameters for diagnosing keratoconus

16.48

Discussion

17.00

R. Vinciguerra, R. Ambrosio, A. Elsheikh, C. Roberts, B. Lopes, C. Azzolini, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Detection of keratoconus with the new Corvis ST biomechanical index

17.06

J. Palomino Bautista, A. Castillo, M. Romero, D. Carmona, J. Cristobal Bescos, M. del Buey SPAIN New improvements in the diagnosis of ocular surfaces

17.12

E. El-Mayah EGYPT Corneal tomographic analysis as a predictor of corneal biomechanics

17.18

J. Fernández, J. Martinez, A. Tauste, M. Rodriguez-Vallejo SPAIN Assessment of corneal biomechanical changes after one month of SMILE using Scheimpflug-based dynamic tonometry

17.24

Discussion

17.36

A. Renna, J. Alió, L. Brenner SPAIN Corneal elastic response after photorefractive keratectomy for asymmetrical topographies: long-term follow-up

17.42

D. Varssano, R. Katzengold, D. Smadja, A. Gefen ISRAEL Proposal of a new model for simulating the biomechanical effect of LASIK, SMILE and PRK on the cornea

17.48

S. Alageel USA Corneal cross-linking with Verteporfin non thermal laser therapy

17.54

A. El Aswad EGYPT Optical outcomes of complete ring implantation in cases of corneal ectasia using the femtosecond technology

18.00

End of session

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16.30

L. Werner, N. Reiter, J. Guan, J. Li, K. Tsaousis, N. Mamalis, S. Srinivasan USA Evaluation of a new hydrophilic acrylic supplementary IOL for sulcus fixation in pseudophakic cadaver eyes

16.36

M. Yugay, A. Ryabtseva RUSSIA Correction of postoperative refractive error with Sulcoflex aspheric IOL

16.42

H. Olesen, T. Pedersen, P. Furuskog DENMARK Clinical experience with the Sulcoflex add-on IOL in post-RLE dysphotopsia and ametropia

16.48

Discussion

16.54

C. Chassain FRANCE Long-term outcomes with a glistening-free hydrophobic IOL

17.00

G. Łabuz, N. Reus, T. Van Den Berg THE NETHERLANDS In-vitro evaluation of straylight from intraocular lenses with laboratory-induced glistenings

17.06

T. Brockmann, T. Brockmann, C. von Sonnleithner, N. Torun, E. Bertelmann GERMANY Outcomes of Zeiss CT LUCIA 601PY and Alcon SN60WF monofocal intraocular lenses: a prospective randomized controlled trial

17.12

D. Holland, M. Poelzl GERMANY Safety and efficacy of implantation of the FEMTIS Laser Lens using the LENSAR™ laser system: a series of 76 eyes

17.18

Discussion

17.30

N. Hirnschall, R. Henson, J. Vincencio, A. Angeles, O. Findl, A. Phillips AUSTRIA Evaluation of a novel accommodating silicone IOL design: pilocarpine and cyclopentolate induced effect 20 months after implantation

17.36

P. Roux, F. Potgieter SOUTH AFRICA Thirty-six month monocular and 12 month binocular experience with a fluid-filled accommodative intraocular lens

17.42

P. Beer, P. Kaufman, M. Croft, G. Heatley, J. McDonald USA Accommodating disaccommodating IOL with zonular capture haptics

17.48 Discussion 18.00

End of session


TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

ISRS Symposium Technological Revolution in Cataract and Refractive Surgery: Keep Calm, it is Just the Beginning Auditorium 10 Chairpersons: J. Hjortdal DENMARK D. Smadja ISRAEL 17.00

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Welcome

17.03

J. Hjortdal DENMARK, D. Smadja ISRAEL Introduction

17.05

R. Krueger USA Keynote: Upcoming technological revolution in cataract and refractive surgery

Targeting Emmetropia after Cataract Surgery Panellist: G. Savini ITALY 17.15

J. Alió SPAIN How to get accuracy in IOL calculation in normal and extreme cases

17.22

A. Abulafia ISRAEL New advances in IOL calculation: did we reach the highest accuracy?

17.29

K. Naeser DENMARK How to best incorporate posterior astigmatism for toric IOL selection

17.36

G. Barrett AUSTRALIA How to deal with eyes after refractive surgery

Update on Detection of Subclinical KC and Ectasia Risk Screening Panellists: W. Dupps USA, M. Santhiago BRAZIL 18.19

M. Santhiago BRAZIL PTA score: a new classification for ectasia risk

18.26

K. Rocha USA Epithelial profile and OCT

18.33

J. Randleman USA When should I raise the red flag in topography and tomography?

18.40

R. Krueger USA PRK, LASIK or SMILE in suspect corneas?

Refractive Lens Exchange for Presbyopia: Optical Advantages and Disadvantages Panellists: E. Assia ISRAEL, M. Jackson USA 18.45

R. Applegate USA What impact on the quality of vision?

18.52

G. Waring IV USA When switching to refractive lens exchange: dysfunctional lens syndrome

18.59

J. So-Min Chang HONG KONG Bifocal, trifocal, EDOF or monovision: the best option?

19.06 Discussion

Technologies of Tomorrow: What is Coming Next? Panellist: D. Smadja ISRAEL 19.16

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Future laser and keratomileusis cornea refractive surgery on the horizon

17.43 Discussion

19.23

D. Smadja ISRAEL Nanotechnologies and visual correction

Dealing With High Ametropia: My Favourite Method

19.30

D. Varssano ISRAEL Computerised simulation of the treatment effect on the cornea

19.37

Stem cell based lens renewal

19.44

R. Krueger USA Femtolaser for restoring accommodation: how close are we?

19.51

W. Dupps USA Future promises for measuring biomechanics

Panellist: S. Jacob INDIA 17.53

J. Hjortdal DENMARK SMILE can expand the limits

18.00

A. Marinho PORTUGAL Phakic IOL is the best option

18.07

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Should I secure my corneal refractive procedure with CXL?

18.14 Discussion

TUESDAY

17.00 – 20.00

19.58 Discussion 20.00

End of session

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POSTER village moderated poster sessions Presented Poster Sessions e-Poster Terminals

Located in Hall B SE

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WEDNESDAY 14 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 10.45

11.00 – 13.00

‘Best of the Best’ Review Session

Main Symposium

Auditorium 15

Better Outcomes in Glaucoma

Chairpersons: 08.30

O. Findl AUSTRIA B. Malyugin RUSSIA

The Best Videos Discussants:

E. Assia ISRAEL R. Bellucci ITALY B. Little UK

Auditorium 10 Chairpersons:

S. Morselli ITALY K. Vannas FINLAND

11.00

A. Heijl SWEDEN Is the visual field deteriorating?

11.15

M. Harju FINLAND The use of imaging for disc/nerve fibre assessment and follow-up

The Best Presentations Discussants: T. Olsen DENMARK K. Singh USA D. Spalton UK

11.30

Discussion

10.45

End of session

11.40

A review of a selection of the most interesting videos and presentations given during the Congress.

R. Craven USA Perfecting trabeculectomy

11.55

Join the chairpersons and discussants as they discuss some of the new ideas that emerged over the course of the week.

A. Labbe FRANCE Managing a trabeculectomy bleb (failing, thin or leaking)

12.10

Discussion

12.20

A. Fea ITALY Tubes: when to use them and which to insert

12.35

K. Singh USA New MIGS devices

12.50

Discussion

13.00

End of session

WEDNESDAY

09.40

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E-Poster Presentations

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E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS eTerminals are located in the Poster Village First, second and third prizes of €2,000, €1,000 and €500 are awarded to the best cataract and refractive posters. Posters are judged according to the following criteria: - Originality - Scientific quality - Relevance to clinical practice - Presentation The prizes will be awarded during the Video Awards Session on Sunday 11 September at 14.00 in Hall C1. In order to receive the prize, the poster presenters must be present at the Awards Session.

Anaesthesia

E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS

E. Ah-kee, J. Li Yim UK New onset atrial fibrillation following sub-Tenon's anaesthesia

S. Bayramoğlu, N. Sayin, M. Erdogan, D. Ekinci TURKEY Non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION) secondary to increased ocular pressure during cataract surgery A. Belodedova, K. Vinod, M. Frolov, G. Dushina, A. Shradqa RUSSIA Surgical management of late-onset intraocular lens dislocations V. Bersudsky, E. Andrawos, S. Gendler ISRAEL A technique of knot burying in the cornea for transscleral suture fixation (TSSF) of intraocular implants M. Bilen Babić, M. Merlak CROATIA Pseudoexfoliation syndrome and cataract: results and complication frequency in immature and mature cataract surgery F. Blasetti, F. Spedale ITALY Endothelial cell loss after phacoemulsification: comparison between the Centurion® vision system’s active fluidics™ and the gravity fluidics technology M. Blau-Most, N. Gefen, O. Segal, E. Assia, F. Segev ISRAEL Modified corneal incision in cataract surgery in patients taking tamsulosin J. Bourges FRANCE Keratoconus and biometry

J. Behaegel, S. Ní Dhubhghaill, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM Bean-shaped ring capsule enhancement in a child presenting ectopia lentis et pupillae syndrome

A. Braganza, P. Subbaiah, S. Braganza, A. Ghosh INDIA Tearfilm biomarkers: novel non-invasive predictors to prognosticate outcomes of cystoid macular edema following uncomplicated cataract surgery

A. Saif, A. Shaker EGYPT A single medial peribulbar (sub-Tenon) block with either 1% ropivacaine or a mixture of 1% ropivacaine and dexmedetomidine during cataract surgery

A. Bustamante, R. Bechara COLOMBIA Analyzing the association between levels of cumulative dissipated energy, posterior capsular rupture and cataract grade during phacoemulsification

M. Talebnejad, S. Khademi, M. Ghani, M. Khalili, M. Nowroozzadeh IRAN The effect of sub-Tenon’s bupivacaine on oculocardiac reflex (OCR) during strabismus surgery and post-operative pain

B. Cañizares Baos, A. De Casas Fernandez, J. Elvira Cruanes, S. Abenza Baeza, A. Pinero Sanchez, G. Ruiz Merino SPAIN Comparison of clinical outcomes of Artisan iris-claw intraocular lens implantation versus other surgical techniques for aphakic eyes: a study of 96 patients

Cataract Surgery Complications/Management F. Abdulaliyeva, A. Akhmadova, A. Sultanova, A. Mamedbeyli AZERBAIJAN Posterior iris-claw aphakic intraocular lens implantation in eyes without adequate capsule support H. Arzoallxhiu, I. Jurik, N. Polloshka-Arzoallxhiu, L. Hoxha, H. Gashi, A. Kastrati KOSOVO Postoperative clinically significant macular oedema G. Auffarth, R. Khoramnia, S. Liebing, P. Merz, E. Friedmann, T. Tandogan GERMANY Evaluation of in vitro glistening formation in different hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses A. Baba, W. Zbiba, E. Bouayed, N. Ben Abdessalem, M. lahdiri TUNISIA Posterior iris-claw to correct aphakia in the absence of capsule support: visual outcome and complications S. Balal, A. Sharma, N. Nesaratnam, J. Massie, N. Gnanapragasam, J. Than UK Anterior capsule and cortical lens discolouration with intracameral phenylephrine during cataract surgery S. Balal, A. Sharma, N. Nesaratnam, J. Than UK Comparison of anterior and posterior polar cataracts with novel Scheimpflug images

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I. Carneiro, I. Casal, S. Monteiro, M. Furtado, M. Lume, A. Meireles, P. Meneres PORTUGAL Unremitting pseudophakic cystoid macular edema: outcome of patients treated with intravitreal corticosteroids S. Chaudhary, A. Pandey, S. Jindal INDIA Vitrector irrigation aspiration in a PC rent: a novel way of managing PCR with vitreous prolapse with cortical matter in the bag B. Choy HONG KONG Pigment dispersion after single-piece acrylic intraocular lens implantation J. Coelho, P. Meneres, N. Correia, B. Pessoa, J. Melo Beirao, N. Ferreira, A. Meireles PORTUGAL Late in-the-bag intraocular lens luxation into vitreous cavity: predisposing factors and visual outcomes C. da Costa Paula, M. Sulak, H. Sarwar, M. Watson UK The incidence and impact of pseudophakic cystoid macular oedema after phacoemulsification cataract surgery R. Davidson, J. Alexander, L. Bonnell, A. Lynch, M. Taravella USA Modern cost of posterior capsular tear M. Dermenoudi, K. Tsaousis, R. Oustoglou, R. Ionescu, G. Tsinopoulos GREECE Refractive outcomes after sulcus IOL implantation E. Escobar Martin, J. Fernandez Martinez, H. Santiago Balsera, N. Kim, J. Banuelos Banuelos, A. Arias Puente, P. Gili Manzanaro SPAIN Pseudophakic macular edema in clinical practice: a 6 month analysis


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS

M. Gessa, F. Espejo Arjona, M. Caro Magdaleno, J. Gimenez-Almenara Amo SPAIN Descemethocele as a late complication of cataract surgery S. Gholami, T. van den Berg, N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Test of visual Strehl ratio metric to predict visual performance in healthy and cataract eyes J. Gyürü, J. Nemes HUNGARY Y intrascleral haptic fixation technique of posterior chamber intraocular lens A. Hasan, K. Mohamed EGYPT Refractive results, safety and efficacy of secondary piggyback intraocular lens implantation to correct pseudophakic refractive error I. Henares-Fernández, N. Saenz-Madrazo, J. Martinez-Gomez, J. Grijalvo-Lopez SPAIN Descemet's membrane detachment at the main incision in cataract surgery analysed by AS-OCT: comparison of manual 2.75 mm incision, manual 2.2 mm incision and 2.3 femtosecond laser-assisted incision M. Igor, E. Elena Bronislavovna, M. Vladimir Mikhailovich, B. Julia RUSSIA Features of treatment of secondary cataracts in patients with myopia I. Ioshin RUSSIA The influence of prostaglandin analogues on the macula’s condition after phacoemulsification on patients with glaucoma V. Ishchenko, V. Serdyuk, V. Semenko UKRAINE Capsule support device in management of severe zonular weakness M. Janicijevic Petrovic, T. Sarenac Vulovic, K. Janicijevic SERBIA Cataract surgery complications and pseudoexfoliation H. Jasim, I. Pereni, G. Smith UK Do capsular tension rings reduce the rate of posterior capsular opacification in highly myopic patients? S. Jovanovic, F. Radotic, N. Djonovic, Z. Jovanovic SERBIA Visual acuity and depressive symptoms after first eye cataract surgery in elderly patients P. Kalouda, E. Kanonidou GREECE Management of high corneal astigmatism after cataract surgery in Greece in the years of economic crisis A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Non-invasive OCT angiography evaluation of the effect of routine clear cornea cataract surgery to optic nerve and macula blood flow V. Kanyukov, A. Gorbunov, A. Kazennov, I. Kazennova RUSSIA Phacoemulsification of complicated cataract affected by silicone oil tamponade of vitreous cavity R. Karadag, U. Sari, H. Bayramlar, M. Unluzeybek USA Intrascleral fixation of the iris hooks for sutureless transcleral capsular bag fixation in patient with zonular dialysis K. Kawai JAPAN The durability of the haptics of IOLs during extraction or scleral fixation S. Kaynak, T. Ozturk, M. Kaya, Z. Ayhan, N. Kocak TURKEY An ab-externo direct suturation technique for the scleral fixation of a subluxated intraocular lens

B. Kostovska, Z. Arnaudovski MACEDONIA Vitrectomy and secondary lens implantation after phacoemulsification complication: results and visual outcome B. Krachkova, D. Gousia GERMANY A rare case of bilateral postoperative capsular block syndrome with unusually delayed onset J. Kuchenbecker GERMANY Primary retroiridal iris-claw IOL implantation instead of capsular bag implantation during phacoemulsification in cases of lentodonesis due to zonular weakness S. Kuznetsov, N. Gosteva, K. Gosteva RUSSIA Results of YAG-laser capsulotomy of secondary cataract in patients with intraocular correction of aphakia by plate torsion haptic intraocular lenses (PTHIOL) A. Liaska, E. Makri, V. Dimopoulou, S. Stamelou, K. Andrianopoulou GREECE The use of intraocular lens-as-a-glide in the management of posterior capsule rupture during phacoemulsification B. Lin, Y. Chuang, P. Lin TAIWAN Conventional hydrodissection: phacoemulsification of posterior polar and subcapsular cataracts N. Lutsenko, O. Isakova, O. Rudycheva UKRAINE Retrospective analyses of capsular block formation in patients with cataract and pseudoexfoliation syndrome M. Mahendra, S. Mahendra INDIA Surgical outcome of phacoemulsification with Malyugin ring in comparison with iris hooks in eyes with small pupil N. Makhotkina, T. Berendschot, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Objective evaluation of negative dysphotopsia with Goldmann kinetic perimetry A. Mazhari, P. Mahajan, P. Chakarpani, R. Shukla, R. Kairati INDIA Outcomes of air Descemetopexy for Descemet’s membrane detachment (DMD) after small incision cataract surgery (SICS) J. Moayedi, S. Mughal UK Effect of diclofenac sodium in preventing cystoid macular oedema after cataract surgery P. Morgan-Warren, A. Gao, C. Routledge, L. Wehbeh, A. Patel UK Displacement of sulcus placed three-piece intraocular lenses (IOLs) after complicated cataract surgery: incidence, risk factors and clinical management M. Muhtaseb, T. Young-Zvandasara, M. Elmi, J. Hansell UK Can the use and application of a risk stratification system, preoperatively, reduce intraoperative complications during phacoemulsification? R. Muikherjee INDIA Micro-silicone tube-assisted sutureless glueless scleral fixation of IOL using 23g MIVS A. Narang INDIA Air injection in corneal stroma: a rare complication A. Nenciu FRANCE The intravitreal injections: a trojan horse? H. Nithianandan, E. Santiago, N. Noordeh, Y. Yang, R. Conlon, K. Baig CANADA Comparison between different piggyback intraocular lenses E. Ozdemir, E. Yuksel, C. Ozmen, K. Bilgihan TURKEY IOL subluxation: how to choose the right method of surgery? G. Pakuliene, A. Pajeda, A. Miliauskas, L. Kuzmiene LITHUANIA Pseudophakic retinal detachment patient characteristics A. Paul, G. Sauder GERMANY Indication for and results of transcleral sutured secondary implanted intraocular lenses

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E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS

H. Gerding SWITZERLAND Acute, postoperative, transient retinal detachment (APTRD) after anterior and combined anterior/posterior segment intraocular surgery: a new entity


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS M. Qadir, P. Scollo, C. Gunasekera, R. Davie UK The variation in preoperative and postoperative management in routine phacoemulsification within the East of England: a regional multi-centre study B. Romanenko, A. Romanenko RUSSIA Suture transscleral fixation of capsular tension ring in phacoemulsification of subluxated cataracts M. Santos, J. Castro Sousa, M. Castro, C. Fernandes, P. Alfaiate, L. Violante PORTUGAL Bilateral luxation of the intraocular lens: capsular bag complex in a patient with pigmentary retinopathy E. Sanz-Marco, A. Hervas-Ontiveros, S. Garcia-Delpech, D. Salom-Alonso SPAIN Intracameral dexamethasone for hard cataract surgery with topical anesthesia: improving patient comfort S. Sergey, S. Neonilla RUSSIA Symptomatic vitreo-macular adhesion as pathogenetic factor in the development of macular edema after phacoemulsification M. Shoja, S. Salimpoor, M. Mahdavi IRAN Corneal confocal microscopy in a case of Kearns-Sayre syndrome

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K. Singh, A. Shrivastava, S. Mushriff, D. Verma INDIA Learning curve of residents for phacoemulsification surgery E. Stangogianni, C. Stangogianni GREECE Prevention of cystoid macular edema after phacoemulsification cataract surgery A. Stanila, D. Stanila ROMANIA Cornea guttata: risk factor for cataract surgery by phacoemulsification N. Stanojcic, V. Kesharaju, S. Ghazi-Nouri UK Delayed removal of Malyugin ring following phacoemulsification complicated by suprachoroidal haemorrhage T. Stavropoulou, D. Pagoulatos, P. Dimitrakas GREECE Dislocated intraocular lenses: a review on their management T. Tandogan, R. Khoramnia, H. Son, S. Liebing, C. Choi, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Comparative analysis of optical quality in unused versus opacified and explanted hydrophilic intraocular lenses A. Tsorbatzoglou, A. Pollack, S. Modi, M. Guarro, A. Narvekar, A. Adewale, R. Singh HUNGARY Efficacy and safety of once-daily nepafenac ophthalmic suspension 0.3% for improvement of clinical outcomes following cataract surgery in patients with diabetes A. Turnbull, O. Bowen-Thomas, R. Morris UK Utility of Scheimpflug imaging in assessing intraocular lens opacification C. Van Luijk THE NETHERLANDS IOL power prediction after myopic refractive laser surgery: a retrospective analysis and prospective validation study first results A. Vasilyev, A. Egorova RUSSIA The analysis of effectiveness of therapeutic treatment of posterior capsule opacification B. Ventura, M. Ventura BRAZIL Descemet detachment in femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery and the isolate-and-release technique M. Weber, R. Varsits, B. Doeller, M. Ullrich, K. Kefer, O. Findl AUSTRIA Impact of selective alpha 1A receptor antagonists on pupil dilation after instillation of tropicamide 0.5% and phenylephrine 10% and its correlation with the degree of intraoperative floppy iris syndrome (IFIS)

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I. Yip, E. Samia-Aly, A. Raj UK National study of the peri-operative cataract cancellation protocols in the United Kingdom P. Ylinen, I. Laine, J. Lindholm, H. Hippala, R. Tuuminen FINLAND Risk factors of CME in diabetic patients undergoing cataract surgery

Cataract Surgery Equipment/ Instrumentation/ Surgical Devices/OVDs M. Alberti ITALY Equator capsular ring S. Arshinoff, J. Dempsey, M. Haisch, G. Rodden CANADA Using cohesion-dispersion index (CDI) as a tool to evaluate the spectrum of ophthalmic viscosurgical devices (OVDs) for use in OVD selection for surgery and corporate new product development J. Ashar INDIA Comparison of IOL powers obtained by OCT, optical biometry and ray tracing after myopic refractive surgery S. Bhattacharjee INDIA How large is just large enough M. Breen, R. Lehmann USA Descriptive evaluation of postoperative residual refractive astigmatism and outcome distribution using intraoperative aberrometry C. Cagini, M. Perri, A. Di Napoli, G. Tosi, T. Fiore ITALY Changes in corneal incision width after phacoemulsification and after foldable lens implantation: comparison between different delivery systems C. Caglar, M. Durmus TURKEY Comparison of the ocular biometric parameters and intraocular lens power measurements between right and left eye with optical biometry S. Canabrava, A. Resende, G. Eliazar, S. Barbosa de Figueiredo, P. Henriques, A. Diniz Filho BRAZIL 3D printing technology would be capable of overcoming the industrial manufacturing in ophthalmology? A. Cantagalli ITALY What can you expect from intraoperative aberrometry on pseudophakic eyes? C. Choi, G. Auffarth, T. Tandogan, R. Khoramnia, J. Choi SOUTH KOREA A new experimental analysis of capsular dynamics during IOL implantations J. Choi, Y. Han, Y. Song SOUTH KOREA The effect of senofilcon-A mechanical protector on corneal endothelial damage during phacoemulsification in rabbit eyes R. Dimalanta, D. Lubeck USA Objective evaluation of red reflex intensity and stability between nearly-collimated beam and focused-beam microscope illumination systems for cataract surgery R. Duman, R. Duman, R. Duman, E. Cetinkaya, M. Sabaner, S. Inan, M. Dogan TURKEY Prevalence of corneal astigmatism before cataract surgery in Turkish patients D. Fanney, K. Miller, C. Aravena, A. Thorne, D. Dyk USA Percent aqueous volume loss associated with post occlusion break surge in 4 phacoemulsification/aspiration systems


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS K. Gerstmeyer, S. Scholtz, K. Frank, G. Auffarth GERMANY The evolution of capsulotomy and a long forgotten idea

S. Mokadam, S. Mokadam, P. Mokadam INDIA Vacuum-assisted capsulotomy

P. Giardini, N. Hauranieh, P. Giardini, J. D'Amato Tothova ITALY Dropless cataract surgery

S. Mukherjee, INDIA Long-term efficacy and rotational stability of AcrySof toric intraocular lens implantation in cataract surgery using an iphone-mounted slit lamp adapter

E. Gurmizov, K. Pershin, A. Tsygankov RUSSIA Femtolaser arcuate keratotomy in cataract surgery N. Hirnschall, C. Leisser, S. Radda, S. Maedel, O. Findl AUSTRIA Detection of macular pathologies using a swept source optical coherence tomography-based biometry device in patients scheduled for cataract surgery H. Imamoglu, A. Turk, A. Kalkisim, M. Kola TURKEY Comparison of intraocular lens power measurements obtained using optical and ultrasonic methods with an AL-Scan biometer S. Jain, G. Saxena INDIA Comparison of various disposable injectors and cartridges used for foldable IOLs K. Kenyon USA Advances in small pupil surgical strategy A. Kocak Altintas, B. Gulpamuk TURKEY Comparison of phaco parameters in diabetic eyes and normal cataract eyes A. Kocak Altintas, B. Gulpamuk TURKEY Evaluation of correlation between axial length and phaco parameters T. Kojima, K. Ichikawa, M. Takagi, R. Horai, Y. Tanaka, A. Tamaoki, K. Ichikawa JAPAN Impact of femtosecond laser energy on dimensional stability in corneal incision B. Kutchoukov, A. Andreynski, J. Timova, N. Botsevska BULGARIA An alternative to capsulorhexis with a femtosecond laser J. Lacey, C. Bowyer, S. Sanderman, S. Arshinoff UK In vitro cellular protective effect of FRpro OVD in free radical chemical and phaco energy damage simulations G. Lesieur FRANCE The effect of heat on the foldability of a thermosensitive hydrophobic intraocular lens (IOL) A. Liaska, E. Makri, S. Stamelou, K. Andrianopoulou, V. Dimopoulou GREECE Three ways of non-conventional use of iris retractors K. Lu, J. Tian, G. Garcia, R. Karanjia, K. Lu USA Comparison of Malyugin Ring® with Visitec© i-Ring™ for small pupil cataract surgery A. Martins, A. Rosa, C. Azenha, M. Silva, M. Oliveira, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL Intraoperative aberrometry for multifocal IOL power choice: can it enhance your surgical outcomes? R. Mencucci, E. Favuzza, M. Vassillo, O. Caporossi, D. Allen ITALY Automated injectors and preloaded delivery systems: evaluation of the corneal incision architecture by environmental scanning electron microscopy (ESEM) P. Merz, C. Choi, B. Giers, G. Auffarth GERMANY Comparative analysis of the implantation behavior of different hydrophobic intraocular lenses with preloaded and conventional IOL delivery systems S. Mokadam, P. Mokadam INDIA Phacoemulsification without viscoelastics

S. Ni Dhubhghaill, M. Tassignon IRELAND OCT imaging and utilising Berger's space behind the posterior capsule M. Orts Vila, A. Fernando, J. Hueso Abancens SPAIN Evaluation of an electronic toric marker compared with slitlamp marking for cataract surgery K. Ozulken TURKEY Anterior segment biometry changes during accommodation in refractive accommodative esotropia P. Papadopoulos, A. Papadopoulos, C. Kakoulidis, G. Boukis, A. Cernak GREECE Agreement of keratometry data between Verion© image-guided system, Lenstar and Pentacam F. Pastor-Pascual, R. Ruiz-Mesa, A. Abengozar-Vela SPAIN Comparison of balanced 30-degree and 45-degree tips of Centurion vision system in cataract extraction surgery K. Pershin, K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, A. Cherkashina, S. Legkih, Z. Afaunova RUSSIA First experience of Verion© system use in Russian patients with cataract and corneal astigmatism during toric IOL implantation G. Quesada, K. Waltz, R. Quesada EL SALVADOR A new automated capsulotomy device G. Rodden, S. Arshinoff, J. Dempsey, M. Haisch UK Measuring the cohesion-dispersion index (CDI) of ophthalmic viscosurgical devices (OVDs) at different probe insertion angles and vacuum levels A. Rozenberg, A. Einan-Lifshitz, D. Zadok, I. Avni, A. Abulafia ISRAEL Accuracy and feasibility of axial length measurements in dense cataracts by a new biometry device J. Schwiegerling, R. Dimalanta USA Objective methods to measure the depth-of-focus of ophthalmic surgical microscopes D. Sousa Martins, F. Louro, M. Monteiro PORTUGAL Colored ophthalmic viscosurgical compositions containing a natural dye K. Srinivasan INDIA Use of nitinol in sutureless scleral fixation of intraocular lens K. Stjepanek, N. Hirnschall, S. Amir-Asgari, O. Findl AUSTRIA Natural course of swirling lens fragments during phacoemulsification L. Sullivan AUSTRALIA Precision IOL guide: a new contact lens-based device for guiding manual capsulorhexis and IOL centration and axis alignment V. Tkachev, A. Repin, T. Bondareva RUSSIA Open architecture ophthalmosurgical platform: open your borders A. Tranjan, G. Gorgonio, W. Freitas, F. Soares, F. Azevedo BRAZIL BSS volume and phacoemulsification time for grid pattern lens fragmentation in femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery K. Tsaousis, L. Werner, J. Perez, H. Li, N. Reiter, J. Guan, N. Mamalis USA Elemental composition and surface roughness of phacoemulsification tips

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C. Gürez TURKEY Macular thickness changes at third month after phacoemulsification


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS M. Ullrich, C. Leisser, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Repeatability of lower and higher order aberration measurements in pseudophakic patients using a Hartmann-Shack device V. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, S. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, S. Srivastava INDIA Realtime, dynamic, intraocular pressure during microaxial phacoemulsification using two phacoemulsification systems: randomized clinical trial Y. Wang CHINA Active vs passive phacoemulsification fluidics systems in hard cataract Q. Zhao, R. Cui, Y. Song, W. Yang, F. Zhang, D. Li, Z. Wang CHINA Comparability of biological measurements using different non-contact measurement technologies in myopes

Cataract Surgery Outcomes

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S. Aboud, A. Saif EGYPT Efficacy of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory eye drops following cataract surgery M. Alberti ITALY Visual acuity and wavefront evaluation of 70 implanted, paraxial asphericity extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lenses N. Alpins, G. Stamatelatos, J. Ong AUSTRALIA Corneal coupling: its importance in incisional and ablative procedures D. Antono, N. Budiman, A. Kartiwa INDONESIA Comparison of corneal endothelial cell density loss after torsional and longitudinal phacoemulsification in immature senile cataract with type 2 diabetes mellitus patients N. Ardjomand AUSTRIA Mini-monovision with a low-add multifocal IOL (Oculentis Comfort) Z. Arnaudovski, B. Kostovska MACEDONIA Phacoemusification, how to choose the right intraocular lens and why? S. Aslan-Bayhan, H. Bayhan TURKEY Comparison of IOL power calculation formulas using Lenstar in patients with different axial lengths H. Bayramlar, I. Koyun, U. Celik, R. Karadag TURKEY Visual outcomes of toric intraocular lens implantation, limbal relaxing incisions and opposite clear corneal incision for management of co-existing astigmatism on cataract surgery G. Beiko CANADA Optical quality in pseudophakic individuals: 4 year follow-up A. Borkenstein, E. Borkenstein AUSTRIA Safety and effectiveness of a hydrophobic acrylic heparincoated single-piece IOL (Zeiss CT Lucia 601P)

N. Chandak, R. Dhamankar, S. Haldipurkar INDIA Anterior chamber angle and intraocular pressure changes following uneventful phacoemulsification in non-glaucomatous eyes over 1 month S. Chaudhary, A. Pandey, S. Jindal INDIA Low intraocular pressure (IOP) phacoemulsification: an IOP of 30 mmhg equivalent to a bottle height of 41 cm is a new modality for cataract associated with advanced glaucoma, PPC or weak zonules S. Cho SOUTH KOREA Comparison of SRK/T, Haigis suite and Hoffer Q formulas in IOLMaster 700 and SRK/II fomula in conventional A scan ultrasound biometry B. Choy HONG KONG Risk factors of posterior capsular rupture and visual outcome D. Dementiev, A. Shipunova, M. Sysoeva, I. Ivanchikova RUSSIA Toric AT TORBI 709M/MP (Carl Zeiss) intraocular lens implantation (IOL) in cataract patients with moderate and high corneal astigmatism D. Dementiev, M. Sysoeva, S. Anna RUSSIA Lens exchange for multifocal AT Lisa tri 839MP (Carl Zeiss Meditec) intraocular lens like combined cataract and refractive procedure: two year’s experience D. Dementiev, M. Sysoeva, A. Shipunova RUSSIA Lens exchange for toric customized FIL611T (Soleko) IOL in the eyes with induced astigmatism after previously performed corneal surgery and in eyes with high irregular astigmatism A. Demidov, A. Samoilov RUSSIA Postoperative visual acuity predicting in patients with cataract combined with corneal astigmatism E. Egorova, E. Pichikova RUSSIA Secondary cataract after primary posterior capsulorhexis Ē. Elksnis, D. Raščevskis, G. Laganovska LATVIA Refraction after cataract surgery depending on intraocular lens calculation formula A. Elmassry, M. Elmassry EGYPT Comparison between the high order aberrations after femtocataract surgery using two different types of aspheric IOLs R. Eltanamly, M. Fathallah, H. Saadeldin, G. Elnahri EGYPT Causes of suboptimal best-corrected visual acuity following phacoemulsification in Kasr Alainy Cairo University Hospital K. Eltutar, T. Akcetin, S. Gurkan, B. Karini TURKEY Results of intraocular lens implantation (IOL) with capsular tension ring (CTR) in patients with zonular dehiscence K. Emeriewen, G. Saleh, A. Sharma, A. Nithy, K. Pawlowicz, M. Arjunan UK A rare case of bilateral anterior capsular schisis not associated with any conventional background E. Fabian GERMANY A phaco system with new data follow-up: quality management

A. Canovetti, A. Malandrini, I. Lenzetti, F. Rossi, L. Menabuoni ITALY Corneal microstructural changing after cataract surgery using a topical solution with hyaluronic acid and ginko biloba extract

J. Förster, T. Herbst, D. Holland GERMANY Product definition and special consultation as key driving factors for the distribution of laser-assisted cataract surgeries

S. Cetinkaya, Y. Cetinkaya, Z. Dadaci, N. Acir TURKEY Phacoemulsification in eyes with cataract and pseudoexfoliation syndrome

J. Förster, T. Herbst, D. Holland GERMANY 'Traffic light system' as an indicator for risky patients: initial experiences from practical application

N. Chandak, P. Biswas INDIA Comparison of visual outcomes of manual small incision cataract surgery and phacoemulsification performed by an ophthalmology trainee in a tertiary eye care hospital in rural Eastern India

S. Fukuoka, A. Eno, G. Takaoka, M. Oe, T. Sakurai, T. Mano, R. Tano JAPAN Comparative analysis of the clinical outcomes of a refractive multifocal intraocular lens with the conventional (Lentis Mplus) and the new (Lentis Mplus X) rotational asymmetry lens

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M. Gerl, M. Mueller, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, R. Gerl, G. Auffarth, F. Kretz GERMANY Evaluation of a preloaded, aspheric and hydrophobic intraocular lens (IOL) platform R. Gerl, M. Müller, M. Gerl, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, G. Auffarth, F. Kretz GERMANY Comparison of rotational stability of a one-piece hydrophilic IOL implanted with and without a surgical guidance system G. Gimenez, P. Talavero, F. Bartol, I. Altemir, L. Julvez, V. Polo, J. Larrosa SPAIN Predictability of Tecnis ZCB00 intraocular lens calculous with third generation formulas P. Gireesh, M. Nath, S. Bandari INDIA Waterbed of liquefied cortical layer causing sudden visual decline D. Gosling, V. Ramjiani, R. Sheard UK Using control charts in post-cataract surgery endophthalmitis surveillance J. Gros-Otero, V. Blazquez, B. Blanco, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, J. Garcia-Perez, L. Alvarez-Rementeria SPAIN Femtosecond laser-assisted arcuate corneal incisions associated with Panoptix IOL implantation in patients with low astigmatism A. Grzybowski, M. Gaca-Wysocka POLAND Comparison of optic and immersion biometric methods U. Gunenc, O. Takes, R. Yildirim, G. Arikan TURKEY Visual and refractive outcomes in toric intraocular lens implantation A. Haddad, V. Krasilnikova, D. Abelsky BELARUS Influence of pre-existing corneal astigmatism on refractive outcome in patients after multifocal IOL implantation T. Herbst, J. Forster, D. Holland GERMANY Health care in rural vs urban regions: are there significant differences in pre, intra and postoperative data? M. Hirasawa, K. Nakamura, S. Ooki, K. Minami, H. Bissen-Miyajima JAPAN Safety of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in Japanese eyes

E. Kanonidou, P. Kalouda, G. Karagiannidis-Stampoulis, A. Dimitriou, A. Anifantis, D. Karamanis, G. Sakkias GREECE Cataract surgery risk assessment: the contribution of glaucoma in the difficulties involved during cataract surgery by ophthalmologists in training according to their experience A. Karekla, N. Foudoulakis, I. Lamprinakis, V. Kozobolis GREECE Corneal alterations after phacoemulsification cataract surgery and their correlation with preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative parameters with the use of confocal microscopy M. Katta, S. Heemraz, C. Ning Lee, C. Hammond, O. Mahroo UK Exploring correlations between change in visual acuity following routine cataract surgery and improvement in quality of life assessed with the Glasgow benefit inventory K. Khalifa, A. Hassan EGYPT Contrast sensitivity evaluation after posterior capsulorhexis in pseudophakic patients G. Kim SOUTH KOREA Torsional and flattening effect on corneal astigmatism after cataract surgery H. Kim, S. Lim, B. Cho, J. Park SOUTH KOREA Comparison of the refractive predictability measured by ultrasound biometry and partial coherence interferometers in combined phacovitrectomy K. Kim SOUTH KOREA Clinical outcomes following implantation of new segmental multifocal intraocular lens S. Kim SOUTH KOREA Effect of cataract opacity type and glaucoma severity on visual field index S. Koyabu, H. Matsushima, K. Mukai, M. Nagata, H. Miyashita, N. Goto, T. Seno JAPAN Evaluation of rotation of toric intraocular lens postoperatively F. Kretz, M. Mueller, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, M. Gerl, R. Gerl, G. Auffarth GERMANY Evaluation of a trifocal multifocal intraocular lens in a bi-toric and a non-toric version over a 36 month follow-up period M. Kucharczyk-Pospiech, M. Wilczynski, W. Omulecki POLAND Comparison of surgically-induced astigmatism after bimanual phacoemulsification through 1.4 mm microincision and coaxial phacoemulsification through 1.8 mm microincision

H. Höh, M. Seifried GERMANY Analysis of patient-reported outcome measure (PROM) with cataract surgery in a rural German area

A. Low MALAYSIA One year post-operative visual outcomes (distance, intermediate and near) between FineVision Trifocal and Lentis Mplus X intraocular lenses

L. Jhala, A. Humad INDIA To compare the accuracy of intraocular lens (IOL) power prediction using Haigis, SRK II and SRK T formulae in eyes of different axial length (AXL) undergoing phacoemulsification

D. Manohar, A. Bisani, S. Bhandurge, S. Chandrasekhar INDIA Comparison of iris fixation versus sutureless scleral fixation of intraocular lens in aphakia

R. Jones, A. Baneke, G. Vakros UK Evaluating the 'refractive surprise' outcomes after using A-scan to predict lens power needed for lens insertion during cataract surgery G. Kahraman, M. Amon, F. Prager, B. Wetzl, C. Bernhart AUSTRIA Comparison of optical performance and patient satisfaction with an extended-range-of-vision IOL and a trifocal IOL: a randomized prospective study B. Kambo, A. Belshi ALBANIA Corneal astigmatism correction with single and paired opposite clear corneal incision during cataract surgery

E. Mertens, P. Schraepen BELGIUM Evaluation of a new toric IOL optic by means of the ORA system: the effect of IOL misalignment on cylinder reduction M. Miller, J. Lincke, M. Zinkernagel SWITZERLAND Gravitational pseudo-accommodation in patients with an Artisan aphakic intraocular lens D. Modi, A. Shah, R. Godeshwer INDIA Retrospective study of comparison of visual performance of diffractive multifocal intraocular lens with +3.0 D and +3.5 D add on power Y. Mori, K. Minami, K. Miyata, Y. Iida, K. Kamiya, N. Shoji, K. Shimizu JAPAN Intraocular lens power calculations after LASIK using ray-tracing and anterior–posterior corneal topography data

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P. Galarza, A. Navarrete, G. Alvarado ECUADOR Correlation of intraocular pressure (IOP) variation and the axial length in patients undergoing phacoemulsification with age and the maturity of the cataract


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS A. Shrivastava, S. Mushriff, K. Singh, D. Verma INDIA Surgical challenges faced by trainee surgeons: a comparative study M. Nanavaty, S. Ali, C. Offer, F. Winterflood, D. Horney UK Comparison of changes in anterior and posterior corneal astigmatism following cataract surgery with and without limbal relaxing incision G. Negretti, N. Davies UK The importance of the posterior corneal surface in biometry M. Nemsitsveridze, A. Zagorulko RUSSIA Corneal status following dual laser cataract extraction M. Nemsitsveridze, A. Zagorulko, E. Boyko RUSSIA Dual laser cataract surgery: an experience of the first 100 cases R. Om Parkash, S. Mahajan INDIA Phacoemulsification without hydrodissection A. Oregon MEXICO Bioavailability of bromfenac 0.09% within aqueous humor and its prophylactic effect in cystoid macular edema as well as other inflammatory clinical signs post phacoemulsification cataract surgery in a Mexican population

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S. Palkovits, N. Hirnschall, S. Georgiev, O. Findl AUSTRIA Effect of cataract extraction on retinal sensitivity measurements using microperimetry (Micro Perimeter 3) O. Pavlova, V. Nikolaenko RUSSIA Results of implantation of Ahmed valve among patients with pseudophakia A. Payal USA Visual and functional outcomes of cataract surgery with residents as primary surgeons in the veterans affairs (VHA) healthcare system K. Pershin, N. Pashinova RUSSIA New hydrophobic acrylic aspheric toric IOL implantation in patients with corneal astigmatism and cataract D. Portaliou, G. Kymionis, D. Liakopoulos, C. Skatharoudi, I. Pallikaris GREECE Long-term follow-up after multi-component intraocular lens implantation R. Pourmatin, A. Abolhassani, A. Shojaei, A. Moradi, K. Sheibani, N. Nassiri IRAN Outcomes of diffractive trifocal intraocular lens implantation after cataract surgery: a two year follow-up C. Quigley, L. Zgaga IRELAND The association between depressive symptoms and cataract and cataract surgery P. Ranjan, U. Prasad, D. Kumawat, P. Sahay INDIA Improving surgical predictibility in posterior polar cataract J. Robins, M. Patel, O. Kailani, M. Parnell, G. Larkin UK Retrospective comparison of cataract surgery outcomes in diabetic patients compared to non-diabetic patients in a multisurgeon teaching hospital S. Saha, A. Mohanta INDIA Phacolytic glaucoma: a lot can be salvaged F. Sanchez Leon MEXICO Nine month follow-up on enhancement surgery following primary PrecisightTM, multicomponent IOL cataract surgery F. Sanchez Leon, H. Uy MD MEXICO PrecisightTM multicomponent IOL implantation through micro incision less than 1.5mm cataract surgery F. Sanchez Leon, T. Werblin MEXICO PrecisightTM multicomponent IOL implantation through micro incision less than 1.6 mm cataract surgery

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E. Sanz-Marco, A. Hervas-Ontiveros, S. Garcia-Delpech, D. Salom-Alonso SPAIN Single appointment follow-up for non-complicated cataract surgery H. Sasaki, E. Shibuya, M. Sasaki, M. Kita, H. Osada, N. Shibata, E. Kubo JAPAN Posterior capsular wrinkles in eyes with 1-piece intraocular lens J. Seo SOUTH KOREA Higher order aberration changes after cataract operation in acute angle closure with mid-dilated fixed pupil B. Sezgin Asena TURKEY Retinal and choroidal thickness after femtosecond laserassisted and standard phacoemulsification N. Shah, D. Braganza, P. Subbaiah INDIA Effect of novel non-penetrating opposite clear corneal incision on corneal astigmatism and biomechanical properties during phacoemulsification R. Shahzad, R. Siddiqui, S. Zafar, M. Shahzad PAKISTAN Choroidal thickness changes following cataract surgery A. Sharifi, H. Sharifi IRAN Stabilization of refraction following phacoemulsification cataract surgery M. Shoja, H. Safi, M. Mahdavi IRAN Effect of topical prednisolone acetate 1% on intraoperative mydriasis and postoperative pain following cataract surgery V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Digitized pupil shape, size and centroid changes associated with clear-cornea cataract surgery F. Spencer, P. Morales, A. Camos-Carreras, C. Meilin, X. Corrteger SPAIN Cataract surgery after retinal detachment repair by vitrectomy F. Spencer SPAIN Cataract surgery after retinal detachment repair by pars plana vitrectomy R. Sungailiene, L. Semeklis, V. Balciuniene, L. Kuzmiene LITHUANIA Changes in choroidal thickness after uneventful cataract surgery N. Surchev, Y. Kirilova, P. Vassileva BULGARIA Changes in anterior chamber depth and their influence on refraction after phacoemulsification with in-the-bag foldable lens implantation C. Tabatabay, M. Bumbacher SWITZERLAND 1.8 mm limbal cataract surgery S. Takhtaev, K. Boiko RUSSIA Role of posterior corneal astigmatism in toric IOL cases after PRK A. Tamaoki, T. Kojima, Y. Tanaka, K. Tanaka, T. Kaga, K. Ichikawa JAPAN Prediction of postoperative effective lens position in cataract surgery using a genetic algorithm M. Todorovic, S. Sreckovic, D. Todorovic SERBIA Early intraocular pressure rise after phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation in nonglaucomatous eyes M. Toker, O. Dogan, A. Dursun, A. Ozec, H. Erdogan, M. Arici, O. Arslan TURKEY The comparison of visual acuity and contrast sensitivity results of spheric and aspheric monoblock hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses A. Traina LIBYA Phacoemulsification cataract surgery vs sclero-corneal tunnel cataract surgery on visual outcomes for hard cataract


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS A. Tsygankov, N. Pashinova, S. Legkih RUSSIA IOL optic power calculation in extreme myopia patients

Cataract Surgery Practice Styles

A. Tsygankov, N. Pashinova, S. Legkih RUSSIA IOL optic power calculation in patients with eye axial length 24-28 mm without preceding refractive surgery

N. Aldasheva, G. Zhurgumbayeva, S. Islamova, L. Tashtitova KAZAKHSTAN Prevention of postoperative complications in the surgical treatment of cataracts

A. Varavka, A. Kachanov, L. Balashevich RUSSIA Aberrometric changes and AcrySof IQ SN60WF IOL decentration C. von Sonnleithner, D. Pilger, D. Homburg, T. Brockmann, E. Bertelmann GERMANY Clinical outcome after bilateral implantation of an extended-depth-of-focus IOL A. Vyas UK Visual outcome of hydrophilic toric IOL in cases with high astigmatism of 5.0D or more Z. Wu, S. Luo CHINA Comparative evaluation of suture-assisted and sutureless intrascleral posterior chamber intraocular lens fixation M. Yaneva, K. Telbizova, I. Petkova BULGARIA AcrySof IQ PanOptix trifocal intraocular lens versus AcrySof IQ monofocal intraocular lens J. Yang, L. Cai, Y. Lu CHINA Long-term outcome of cataract surgery for high myopic patients with myopia traction maculopathy

Z. Biro HUNGARY Implantation of AC-IOLs in the 21st century G. Cavallini, M. De Maria, E. Fornasari, G. Torlai, V. Volante, L. Campi ITALY Comparison of Kitaro wetlab and porcine eyes wetlab in learning continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis for ophthalmology resident P. Choopong, A. Nimkarn, N. Tesavibul, V. Laksanaphuk, S. Boonsopon THAILAND Efficacy of single subtenon 20-mg triamcinolone injection vs dexamethasone 0.1% eye drop in controlling intraocular inflammation after phacoemulsification D. Dutta INDIA Cataract surgery at half a dollar G. Esenzhan, T. Botabekova, L. Tashtitova, A. Mukazhanova KAZAKHSTAN Experience of toric intraocular lens use R. Gold FRANCE Practice styles and preferences of French cataract and refractive surgeons: 2015-2016 survey

I. Yip, F. Mason, S. Sandramouli UK Outcome of cataract surgery in nonagenarians

C. Gunasekera, M. Todorovic, S. Sreckovic, S. Gangakhedkar UK The cultural variation in the implementation of the WHO surgical safety checklist in cataract surgery: a multi-centre study

A. Yoo, J. Kim, M. Kim, H. Tchah SOUTH KOREA Clinical outcomes after mix-and-match implantation of diffractive multifocal IOLs: +2.75 D and +4.00 D near additions

T. Jaeschke, G. Blanco, J. Poggio, A. Fernandez Mendy ARGENTINA Results of cataract surgery in one-eyed patients: single surgeon series â&#x20AC;&#x201C; quality of life vs risk of surgery

W. Zbiba, E. Bouayed, A. Baba, N. Ben Abdessalem, I. Elleuch TUNISIA Manual sutureless small-incision extracapsular cataract surgery in Tunisia: a prospective study

P. Kanclerz, B. Olszewski POLAND Can povidone-iodine be eliminated from the cataract surgery site preparation protocol?

Y. Zdravkov, A. Oscar, I. Tanev BULGARIA Changes in choroidal and retinal thickness after cataract surgery

P. Lo, A. Searle, V. Bratley, D. Saunders, R. Humphry UK Postoperative intraocular pressure (IOP) check in uncomplicated phacoemulsification: is it necessary?

X. Zhu, W. He, Y. Lu CHINA Fixation stability and refractive error after cataract surgery in high myopic eyes

D. Manohar INDIA Hydroimplantation in manual small incision cataract surgery

Cataract Surgery Paediatric

A. Messina, M. Cascella ITALY Effects and comparison between 1.2 bimanual microincision cataract surgery (b-MICS) and 1.8 c-MICS

H. Imamoglu, A. Turk, T. Turkcan, A. Kalkisim TURKEY Evaluation of the effect of topical 1% cyclopentolate hydrochloride on AL-Scan biometry in children A. Pandey INDIA A clinical study of congenital cataract N. Pashinova, K. Pershin, A. Tsygankov, A. Cherkashina RUSSIA Surgical treatment of ectopia lentis and congenital cataract in children with Marfanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s syndrome: evaluation of IOL fixation types N. Senchenko, K. Nagaeva, O. Rozanova, A. Shchuko RUSSIA Surgical pleopto-diploptic-treatment of children with congenital cataracts

A. Mehta, N. Agarwal, T. Mehta INDIA Postoperative dropless cataract surgery

V. Miroshnikov RUSSIA IOL fixation technique in the absence of capsular support S. Parreira, S. Barros, A. Miranda, F. Fraga, N. Campos PORTUGAL Is topical anesthesia sufficient in cataract surgery? Possible factors that may influence the perceived pain during cataract surgery M. Shanturova RUSSIA Subluxation of the lens: choice of surgical tactics R. Taldaev RUSSIA Phacoemulsification of cataract with implantation of a toric intraocular lens after penetrating keratoplasty

J. Sukhija, S. Kaur, J. Ram, S. Yangez, S. Madaan, J. Jinagal INDIA Outcome of cataract surgery with various hydrophobic acrylic lenses in children less than 2 years

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H. Uy, F. Sanchez Leon PHILIPPINES Nine months follow-up on enhancement surgery following primary PrecisightTM, multicomponent IOL cataract surgery


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS Cataract Surgery Special Cases

N. Pasikova, M. Bikbov, A. Bikbulatova RUSSIA Phacoemulsification after radial keratotomy

K. Baig, Y. Yang, E. Santiago, N. Noordeh, J. Compan CANADA One year outcomes of retropupillary iris-claw Artisan intraocular lens in patients with inadequate capsular support

P. Patel, A. Gulani INDIA ReSTOR IOLs in radial keratotomy patients

V. Cerovic, N. Gabric, A. Barisic, M. Ratkovic CROATIA Cataract surgery in uveitis M. Cristea, M. Constantin, D. Dascalescu, C. Ionescu, C. Corbu ROMANIA Cataract surgery in keratoconus: a case report S. Della Maggiore, A. Vento, A. Mannini, P. Martinelli, S. Murri, S. Trivella ITALY Phaco in corneal opacification: sometimes the very difficult is possible and the easy one is out of the question P. Giardini, N. Hauranieh, P. Giardini, J. D'Amato Tothova ITALY Enhanced clarity in cataract patients with poor visibility of the operative field B. Giers, R. Khoramnia, M. Holzer, G. Auffarth GERMANY Liquefied aftercataract mimicking intraocular lens opacification

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H. Hasani, M. Jafarinasab, R. Shamsoddini Motlagh IRAN Solid material in late onset capsular bag distension syndrome F. Hengerer, T. Kohnen, I. Conrad-Hengerer GERMANY Visual rehabilitation in macular degeneration using the new IOLAMD Eyemax technology for phakic and pseudophakic eyes S. Jain, G. Saxena INDIA Results of small incision cataract surgery (SICS) for one-eyed patients screened at outreach rural camps and operated in a tertiary care hospital in North India U. Kamis, B. Ekinci Koktekir, B. Bozkurt, A. Bozkurt Oflaz, S. Okudan TURKEY Cataract surgery in a case with megalocornea and posterior crocodile shagreen S. Kuznetsov, R. Galeev, T. Silnova RUSSIA A new method of implantation of lens capsular bag (CB) expander: preliminary results M. Mahdy, M. Eid EGYPT In-situ nucleo-fractis without nuclear rotation during phacoemulsification in cases of pseudoexfoliation S. Medjidova, E. Kasimov, R. Mirzazade AZERBAIJAN Analysis of the effectiveness of combined physiotherapy treatment of postoperative uveitis after phacoemulsification of cataract S. Mohan, M. Rajan INDIA Retrospective analysis of management of DM detachment after uneventful cataract surgery S. Palioura, N. Yesilirmak, W. Culbertson, S. Yoo, K. Donaldson USA Intraoperative wavefront aberrometry for toric intraocular lens placement in eyes with a history of refractive surgery P. Papadopoulos, K. Athanasiou, A. Papadopoulos GREECE Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) and artificial iris insertion in a young patient with congenital aniridia and ectopia lentis G. Pardianto INDONESIA How to perform best-resulted phacoemulsification for surgeon with weakening left hand N. Pashinova, K. Pershin, A. Tsygankov, A. Cherkashina RUSSIA Results of toric, spherical and aspheric IOL implantation in congenital cataract surgery

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M. Sayee T, S. Das, T. SJ, L. Kaweri, S. Shetty, B. Shetty, H. M INDIA Late sterile scleral necrosis after use of Goretex suture for fixing capsular tension segment S. Sergey, S. Neonilla RUSSIA The role of modern diagnostics in the selection of successful toric IOL to the patient who has undergone keratoplasty: a clinical case V. Shetty, S. Haldipurkar, S. Jain, T. Haldipurkar, D. Venkataramani, M. Setia INDIA Accuracy of IOL power calculation in post RK eyes K. Singh INDIA Oval capsulorhexis for phacoemulsification in eyes with posterior polar cataract (PPC) with pre-existing posterior capsular rupture (PCR) S. Talwar, N. Koladiya, P. Sen, A. Sethi INDIA Cataract surgery in colobomatous eyes: a case series C. Tataru, M. Burcea, A. Dogaroiu, A. Gheorghe, I. Cristescu, F. Mrini ROMANIA Solving the case of an inappropriate lens in an inappropriate place M. Tomalla GERMANY Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery after glaucoma surgery I. Toprak, V. Yaylali TURKEY Phacoemulsification in a case with morgagnian cataract, extremely fibro-calcified anterior capsule and small pupil T. ValadĂŁo, N. Maes, R. Souza, N. Garcia, A. Alves, L. Motta BRAZIL Bilateral cataract surgery in congenital aniridia

Combined Cataract Surgery Techniques N. Anisimova, E. Gromova, N. Anisimova RUSSIA Femtosecond laser cataract surgery in patients with traumatic and congenital aniridia A. Fursova, M. Tarasov, G. Pustovaya RUSSIA The prevention of macular edema in non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy patients after cataract surgery

Cornea: Medical S. Abdullaev UZBEKISTAN Efficiency of etiopathogenic therapy of fungal diseases of the cornea T. Agarwal, U. Sridhar, J. Batra, P. Jain, V. Sharma INDIA Five year demographic analysis of herpetic keratitis at a tertiary eye care centre H. Akbari, M. Shaeri, F. Rangraz Jeddi IRAN Compare the two preventive methods used in corneal complications in patients admitted to intensive care unit (ICU)


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A. Alfaro Juarez, M. Caro Magdaleno, M. Castilla Martino, A. Fernandez Palacin, M. Gessa Sorroche, J. Montero Iruzubieta, I. Montero de Espinosa Escoriaza SPAIN Correlation study between Schirmer I test and tear meniscus height of Keratograph 5M in limbal stem cell deficiency A. Alfaro Juarez, M. Caro Magdaleno, M. Castilla Martino, A. Munoz Morales, J. Montero Iruzubieta, A. Fernandez Palacin, E. Rodriguez de la Rua Franch SPAIN OSDI and average bulbar redness measured by Keratograph 5M: are they correlated? T. Ayyildiz, K. Calisir, U. Calli TURKEY Topical 0.05% cyclosporine A eyedrops in the treatment of moderate–severe vernal keratoconjunctivitis M. Balidis, N. Dragoumis, D. Mikropoulos GREECE DNA positive heterozygous GCD-1 diagnosed after PRK K. Belkhadir, O. Cherkaoui, M. Hmidchat, A. Amazouzi, R. Daoudi MOROCCO Always suggest a viral necrotizing stromal keratitis, in the case of a corneal abscess A. Budnik, L. Lisowski, J. Reszec, Z. Mariak POLAND Undifferentiated pleomorphic sarcoma of the cornea: case report M. Cabanas, A. Munoz-Morales, M. Caro-Magdaleno, J. Del Trigo Zamora, J. Sanchez Vicente, A. Alfaro Juarez, J. Montero SPAIN Tear osmolarity in ocular graft versus host disease M. Caro Magdaleno, A. Alfaro Juarez, B. Mataix Albert, C. Spinola Munoz, J. Montero Iruzubieta, J. Del Trigo Zamora, E. Rodriguez de la Rua Franch SPAIN Traditional self-filled Ocular Surface Disease Index (OSDI) questionnaire vs interviewed OSDI questionnaire with Keratograph 5M (K5M) in limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) patients H. Choi SOUTH KOREA Changes of astigmatism in paediatric patients with high astigmatism L. Coelho, G. Muinhos, M. Tanure, H. Almeida, R. Sieiro BRAZIL Posterior polychromatic corneal dystrophy: case reports A. Cummings, C. Baudouin, E. Holland, W. Whitley, K. Sall, S. Lane, A. Raychaudhuri, S. Zhang, A. Shojaei IRELAND Efficacy and safety of lifitegrast ophthalmic solution 5.0% in three randomized controlled trials for dry eye disease M. del Buey, O. Esteban, C. Caramello, E. Lanchares, P. Casas, E. Minguez, J. Cristobal SPAIN Regression of corneal neovascularization associated with corneal epithelial defect after treatment with regenerating agents (Cacicol®) M. del Buey, O. Esteban, C. Caramello, E. Lanchares, C. Palomino, P. Casas, J. Cristobal SPAIN Efficacy of the tissue regenerating agent (Cacicol®) in the treatment of neurotrophic corneal ulcers and persistent epithelial defects J. Del Trigo, A. Munoz-Morales, J. Sanchez Vicente, M. Caro Magdaleno, J. Montero, S. Galvez Carvajal, M. Contreras SPAIN Severity score in ocular chronic GVHD measure with Keratograph 5M

S. Elnayef, A. Da Corta Fumei, G. Julio, P. Pujol, L. Almudi, M. Asaad SPAIN Tear film characteristics, corneal sensitivity and innervation in eyes with topical latanoprost without preservative E. Erdem, K. Gul, B. Karagun, M. Yagmur TURKEY Management of dry eye in patients with ocular graft versus host disease C. Feinbaum, A. Barisic ISRAEL Temporary relief of pain and improved vision in patient with bullous keratopathy when treated with a specially designed soft contact lens, the Hyper CL™ and hyperosmotic drops, a palliative relief of corneal oedema: a case report S. Galvez Carvajal, A. Alfaro Juarez, M. Caro Magdaleno, J. Montero Iruzubieta, A. Fernandez Palacin, E. Gutierrez Sanchez, A. Munoz Morales SPAIN Tear osmolarity and ocular surface changes assessed by Keratograph 5M after treatment with multi dose preservative-free eye drops of sodium hyaluronate 1 mg/ml in dry eye patients M. Gessa, M. Parrilla Vallejo, D. Sosa Dominguez SPAIN Severe corneal abscess by pseudomona aeruginosa in a baby of 5 months old T. Hiraoka, Y. Sekine, F. Okamoto, T. Oshika JAPAN Ten year follow-up of overnight orthokeratology for myopia control S. Hsu TAIWAN Safety and efficacy of overnight orthokeratology for myopia patients in Taiwan T. Huseynova, F. Abdulaliyeva, M. Lanza AUSTRIA Comparison of Scheimpflug imaging parameters between steep and keratoconic corneas of Caucasian eyes B. Issergepova, M. Kulmaganbetov KAZAKHSTAN Clinical cases of toxic allergic keratouveitis under instillation of local anesthetics G. Karagiannidis-Stampoulis, E. Kanonidou GREECE Penetrating corneal injury from remaining organic foreign body: successful conservative management S. Khochtali, S. Zina, N. Abroug, A. Mahmoud, S. Ben Yahia, M. Khairallah TUNISIA Corneal involvement in tyrosinemia type II initially mistaken for herpetic keratitis in an adult: a case report Y. Kocluk, E. Alyamac sukgen TURKEY Anterior segment parameters evaluation using Pentacam during valsalva maneuver in keratoconus patients I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Comparative evaluation of posterior corneal surface measurements employing multiple anterior segment imaging devices I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE OCT, topography and Scheimpflug tomography ectasia diagnostics: corneal epithelium, total thickness and refractive symmetry mapping M. Kosker, S. Caliskan, M. Alp, E. Cakal, A. Yesilyurt, C. Gurdal TURKEY Ocular surface assesment in maturity-onset diabetes of the young T. Lalias, E. Kanonidou GREECE A case of persistent filamentary keratitis: differential diagnosis and strategies for treatment

S. Dikova, V. Chernodrinska, A. Georgieva, S. Dragoev BULGARIA Cornea plana

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Y. Akova TURKEY The role of bevacizumab therapy in a patient with keratitisichthyosis-deafness syndrome (KIDS)


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS S. Lazreg ALGERIA Treatment of adenovirus conjunctivitis P. Lee TAIWAN Therapeutic effect of amniotic membrane transplantation in paraquat-induced ocular surface injury: case reports J. Montero, A. Munoz-Morales, M. Caro-Magdaleno, A. Alfaro-Juarez, M. Cabanas, A. Moruno, J. Sanchez Vicente SPAIN Treatment with hyaluronate and heparine in graft versus host disease G. Mora Botia, A. Ollero Lorenzo SPAIN Clinical outcomes of Calcicol, intrastromal bevacizumab and bevacizumab collyrium in the treatment of alkali ocular surface burn: case report E. Mrukwa-Kominek, M. Nowak, S. Wagner, R. Kinasz POLAND New generation eye drops with Cyclosporine A in the treatment of patients with severe dry eye

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F. Nejat, K. Jadidi, H. Aghamollaei, S. Pirhadi, E. Golchin, M. Nejat IRAN Concurrent macular dystrophy with retinitis pigmentosa in 3 members of a family: a case report P. Neves, I. Matias, M. Ornelas, M. Santos, D. Martins PORTUGAL Brevundimonas species keratitis managed with amniotic membrane graft and topical colistine M. O'Gallagher, M. Banteka, C. Bunce, M. Hingorani, F. Larkin, S. Tuft, A. Dahlmann-Noor UK Topical and systemic treatments for blepharokeratoconjunctivitis in children S. Ortiz-Toquero, V. de Juan, G. Rodriguez, D. Galarreta, R. Martin SPAIN Effect of keratoconus severity and cone location in corneal diameter, anterior chamber depth and anterior chamber volume D. Ortiz-Vaquerizas, M. Calatayud SPAIN Corneal cat whiskers caused by vandetanib: allegory of corneal verticillata D. Ozek, O. Evren Kemer TURKEY Histopathology of silicone oil keratopathy J. Paz Moreno-Arrones, M. Castejon Cervero, D. Ferrari, M. Roldan Diaz, M. Teus SPAIN Comparison of the tear osmolarity levels between glaucoma patients under IOP lowering medication and healthy controls J. Peraza-Nieves, F. Perez-Bartolome, J. Fernandez-Vigo, P. Arriola-Villalobos, R. Mendez-Fernandez, M. Dupre-Pelaez, J. Castellar-Cerpa SPAIN Imaging keratitis induced by setae of pine processionary caterpillar: three case series N. Polat, A. Ozkan, A. Gunduz, P. Ulucan, C. Colak TURKEY Corneal endothelial changes in sevoflurane anesthesia F. Poyales, N. Garzon, J. Mendicute, F. Argueso, A. Lopez, P. Caro, O. Janez SPAIN Corneal densitometry and its correlation with age, corneal curvature and refraction J. Pradas, S. Elnayef, M. Asaad SPAIN Corneal recurrent ulcer treated with topical matrix regenerating agents (RGTA) I. Pronkin, D. Maychuk RUSSIA Filamentary keratitis emergency treatment M. Radia UK Herpes simplex keratitis and episcleritis in keratosis follicularis (Darier's disease)

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A. Ruiz-Alcantara, R. Gimenez-Gomez, R. Garcia-Catalan SPAIN Naxos disease and carvajal syndrome: management of ophthalmologic manifestations S. Sánchez-Tabernero, D. Galarreta, S. Juarros, M. Marcos, T. Duna, A. Haro SPAIN Corneal topographic patterns in obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) syndrome A. Solans Pérez de Larraya, J. Ortega Molina, M. Gonzalez Gallardo, A. Salgado Miranda, I. Garcia del Moral SPAIN Topical tacrolimus 0,02% effect in a recurrent corneal infiltrate associated with ocular rosacea O. Spierer, E. Felix, A. McClellan, J. Parel, R. Levitt, K. Ehrmann, A. Galor ISRAEL Association of corneal mechanical thresholds with dry eye and ocular pain symptoms M. Tok Çevik, S. Cevik, R. Duman, I. Perente TURKEY Corneal endothelial cell density in healthy Caucasian population S. Troisi, C. Caruso, M. Troisi, L. Pacente, E. Chiariello Vecchio, P. Cirillo ITALY A new biological coloration for corneal and conjunctival evaluation of epithelial injuries K. Tu, A. Tourkmani, S. Srinivas UK Keratoconic cone: using its keratometry, decentration and thickness as staging parameters G. Usanova, A. Tereshenko, Y. Belyy, E. Takhchidi, S. Novikov RUSSIA The effect of sulfated glycosaminoglycans (sGAG) on human corneal epithelial cell proliferation A. Vega-Estrada, A. Osman, P. Sanz Di­ez, A. Kamal, J. Alió SPAIN Clinical characterization of corneal features in Down's syndrome patients V. Vohra, H. Chawla, G. Luthra INDIA Corneal endothelial decompensation due to airbag injury R. Wisse, J. Kuiper, G. de Veij Mestdagh, S. Imhof, T. Radstake, A. van der Lelij, J. Broen THE NETHERLANDS mTOR pathway activation in severe keratoconus; the functional implications of GWAS identified loci S. Zarei-Ghanavati, H. Khakshour, G. Zamani IRAN Comparison of the effect of tea tree oil with baby shampoo in meibomian gland dysfunction treatment

Cornea: Surgical A. Abdelghany, M. Genidy EGYPT Tailored corneo-conjunctival autografting in perygium surgery A. Abreu, J. Coelho, L. Malheiro, M. Meneres, L. Oliveira PORTUGAL Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK) in eyes with previous Ahmed valve implantation S. Al-Swailem, B. Saad, R. Khandekar SAUDI ARABIA Association of client satisfaction for eye services and visionrelated quality of life three years after keratoplasty to manage keratoconus to the final visual outcome and its determinants S. Amansahedov, L. Schitinina TURKMENISTAN Outflow of interocular fluid through corneal path C. Arce, A. dos Santos Forsetto, L. Pedral Sampaio, L. Bocchese, N. Cesario Pereira BRAZIL Presentation patterns of peripheral anterior and posterior curvature maps in normal corneas and corneas with keratoconus


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS J. Ashar INDIA Comparison of outcomes of DSEK and DMEK: case series of single surgeon

J. Court, M. Muhtaseb UK Long-term vision-related quality of life following intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation for advanced keratoconus

M. Awadalah EGYPT 355 degree intrastromal corneal ring for advanced keratoconus

A. Ćwiklińska, T. Zarnowski POLAND Achievements and disappointments: 10 years’ experience in posterior lamellar keratoplasty

L. Baydoun, E. Livny, L. Ham, M. Bruinsma, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS 360° Scheimpflug imaging as a predictive tool for an upcoming allograft rejection after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty V. Bhandari, S. Ganesh, S. Brar, R. Pandey INDIA Application of SMILE-derived glued lenticule patch graft in corneal perforations and tears M. Bikbov, E. Usubov, K. Oganisyan, N. Zaynullina, G. Bikbova RUSSIA Results of surgical treatment of keratoconus in patients with concomitant Down's syndrome K. Binnawi, M. Abdu, G. Ahmed SUDAN Visual and refractive outcome of MyoRing implantation using pocket maker in Sudanese keratoconus patients T. Bozkurt, B. Torun Acar, M. Akdemir, A. Bahadir Kilavuzoglu, S. Acar USA Association of keratoconus severity with Descemet's membrane perforation and conversion to penetrating keratoplasty in eyes with and without successful big bubble formation M. Bragheeth KUWAIT Single-step transepithelial ASLA for myopic patients with recurrent corneal erosion J. Cabrerizo, C. Rodriguez-Aierbe, J. Garrido-Fierro DENMARK DMEK preparation with specific instrument: learning curve at the Basque Transfusion and Human Tissue Centre M. Calatayud, S. Martin, J. Puig, L. Bisbe SPAIN Managing atypical and bizarre Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) rolls with intraoperative ocular coherence tomography (i-OCT) G. Capello, G. Prosdocimo ITALY Conjunctival autograft fixation with autologous blood in pterygium surgery C. Carriazo, M. Cosentino COLOMBIA CLAK (crescentic laser-assisted keratectomy): new approach to treat keratectasia U. Celik, A. Koc, B. Celik, H. Bayramlar TURKEY Corneal keratometry and anterior segment changes after deep anterior lamellar keratoplasy U. Celik, A. Koc, B. Celik, H. Oguz, H. Bayramlar TURKEY Corneal keratometry and anterior segment changes after penetrating keratoplasty

O. Daphna, A. Marcovich ISRAEL Descemet’s stripping pseudo endothelial keratoplasty S. Daya UK Outcomes of modified mushroom femtosecond laser deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty K. Droutsas, G. Bagikos, A. Lazaridis, G. Kymionis, C. Koutsandrea, S. Spyridoula, D. Miltsakakis GREECE Keratoplasty indications from 1999-2015 at a tertiary referral centre in Athens, Greece K. Droutsas, A. Lazaridis, S. Souki, G. Kymionis, G. Bazikos, A. Diagourtas, D. Papakonstantinou GREECE Surgical management of corneal endothelial decompensation following athalamia after trabeculectomy and phacoemulsification: case report M. Elalfy, D. Leung, D. Lake, S. Hamada UK Incidence and risk factors of ocular hypertension/ glaucoma after Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK) N. Fernandez Meijide, P. Dodds, J. Bekerman ARGENTINA Outcomes of Descemet's striping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK) for failed penetrating keratoplasty in Argentina L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto, C. Lisa, J. Merayo-Lloves, D. Madrid-Costa, J. Alfonso SPAIN Intrastromal corneal ring segments (210 degree arc length) in central hyperprolate keratoconus L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto, C. Lisa, M. Naveiras, J. Alfonso SPAIN Surgery of the ocular dioptre: solving a keratoconus R. Fogla, G. Shah INDIA Cross-linked lenticule insertion for moderate keratoconus: new technique P. Garimoldi, M. De Molfetta, C. Azzolini ITALY Managing a case of late Descemet's membrane break in DALK N. Gerber-Hollbach, D. Goldblum SWITZERLAND Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) in the presence of iris prosthesis N. Gerber-Hollbach, J. Parker, L. Baydoun, V. Liarakos, L. Ham, I. Dapena, G. Melles SWITZERLAND Preliminary outcome of hemi-Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty for Fuchs endothelial dystrophy N. Gerber-Hollbach, K. Plattner, J. Halter, D. Goldblum SWITZERLAND Osteo-odonto-keratoprosthesis in graft vs host disease

N. Cesário Pereira, A. Dos Santos Forseto, J. Pereira Gomes BRAZIL Low complication rate after the learning curve of DMEK

S. Graffi, P. Leon, S. Gutfreund, L. Sapigni, B. Filipovic Ricci, G. Giannaccare, M. Busin ISRAEL Anterior segment optical coherence tomography of post-DSAEK eyes to evaluate graft regularity

L. Coelho, G. Muinhos, H. Almeida, L. Barbosa, G. Vasconcelos BRAZIL Bilateral and symmetrical Peters anomaly type I presentation in newborn: case report

J. Grandin ARGENTINA Intraseg® for correction of inferior paracentral keratoconus combined with simultaneous flash cross-linking, refractive and keratometics outcomes

D. Cordeiro Sousa, N. Ferreira, I. Leal, L. Abegao Pinto, A. Quintas, W. Rodrigues, P. Guerra PORTUGAL Management of acute corneal hydrops in keratoconus complicated with angle-closure glaucoma

E. Güçlü, B. Aydin TURKEY Succesful Descement's membrane endothelial keratolasty in congenital hereditary endothelial dystrophy

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K. Bajracharya, S. KC Rai, A. Malla Bhari, H. Thapa, A. Hirachan NEPAL Penetrating eye injuries in paediatric population: an epidemiological study and visual outcome


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS S. Gutfreund, P. Leon, S. Graffi, R. Spena, V. Scorcia, M. Busin ITALY Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty after Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty S. Han, J. Hyon, W. Wee SOUTH KOREA Risk factors for recurrence after pterygium surgery: an image analysis study A. Hasan, M. Abozed EGYPT Preoperative sub pterygium Avastin and mitomycin C injection: clinical and histological study H. Hasani, K. Jadidi, M. Nikkhou IRAN Minimal Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty: a novel technique M. Hosny EGYPT Femto laser-assisted DSAEK: a one year appraisal E. Huseynov, M. Mirishova, H. Bayramova AZERBAIJAN Features of corneal surgery in patients with penetrating wounds of the eyeball

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F. Huseynova AZERBAIJAN Treatment of irregular astigmatism with PTK+PRK+CXL method E. Infantes Molina, J. Celis Sanchez, E. Avendano Cantos, D. Mesa Varona, T. Infante Leon, J. Valdes Gonzalez, F. Gonzalez Del Valle SPAIN High order aberrations in four corneal transplantation techniques E. Infantes Molina, J. Celis Sanchez, D. Mesa Varona, E. Avendano Cantos, M. Pradas Gonzalez, J. Rivera Salazar, F. Gonzalez Del Valle SPAIN Three corneal transplantation techniques after failed penetrating keratoplasty I. Iskakov RUSSIA Femtosecond laser-assisted surgery of keratoconus M. Ismail, N. Abdelkawy Hammad Mohamed EGYPT Sutureless femto-assisted anterior lamellar keratoplasty M. Jabbarvand, M. Khodaparast, H. Hashemian, A. Mahmoudi IRAN Continuous intrastromal ring implantation in different stromal depths K. Jadidi, F. Nejat, A. Pejman, M. Ebrahimi, L. Mirmorsal, H. Aghamollaei, S. Serahati IRAN Effectiveness of fibrin glue prepared from umbilical cord blood in pterygium excision surgery E. Jarade, S. El-Khoury, E. Chelala, Y. Abdelmassih, M. Amro LEBANON Treatment of paediatric keratoconus: short-term results and management algorithm M. Kang, M. Kim, E. Kim SOUTH KOREA The long-term effect of bevacizumab in the treatment of corneal neovascularization: new analysis method D. Kapantais, A. Chranioti, A. Lioura, K. Marinopoulos, K. Stamoulas, A. Kiana, N. Ziakas GREECE Corneal transplantations at the 1st Department of Ophthalmology, AHEPA University Hospital during the period September 2011 to January 2016: an audit R. Karadag, T. Chan, C. Rapuano, K. Hammersmith, P. Nagra, A. Azari USA Paediatric keratoplasty in a referral cornea center: indications and outcomes

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J. Kim, H. Lee, S. Han, H. Kang, J. Kim, W. Wee, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Anti-CD40 antibody-mediated costimulation blockade promotes survival of full thickness porcine corneal grafts in non-human primates Y. Kocluk, E. Alyamac Sukgen TURKEY Is there any relationship between the fluid temperature and the unfolding time of Descemetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s membrane roll? N. Kopsachilis, E. Hollick UK Combined cataract and endothelial keratoplasty in Fuchs endothelial dystrophy: DSEK vs DMEK E. Kostopoulou, A. Chranioti, V. Vlatsios, N. Laiou, K. Stamoulas, P. Oikonomidis, N. Ziakas GREECE Modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty for the management of corneal perforation T. Lansini, S. Kwitko BRAZIL Quality of life in keratoprosthesis patients J. Lee, J. Lee, Y. Park, J. Lee, H. Choi SOUTH KOREA Clinical effect of anterior stromal puncture on recurrent corneal erosion syndrome E. Livny, Y. Nahum, I. Bahar ISRAEL The blue bubble technique: an ab-interno approach for Descemet's separation in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK) using trypan blue stained viscoelastic device A. Lotfi, A. Cruz Fourcade, C. Gordillo, M. Erice, N. Landeiro, J. Grandin ARGENTINA Simultaneous cataract surgery with IOL implantation and penetrating keratoplasty, triple procedure outcomes, method for achieving the intended postoperative refractive result A. Lotfi, C. Gordillo, M. Erice, A. Cruz Fourcade, P. Adamek, A. Lotfi ARGENTINA Simultaneous cataract surgery with IOL implantation and DSAEK, achieving the best refractive result with IOL calculation S. Luceri, Z. Baksoellah, A. Ilyas, L. Baydoun, G. Melles ITALY LASIK-flap loosening due to Fuchs endothelial dystrophy reversed by Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty F. Luengo Gimeno, F. Arasanz ARGENTINA EndoGlide vs Neusidl for the insertion of donor graft in Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty: complications management and clinical outcomes K. Mahmood PAKISTAN Facing the challenges in keratoplasty, managing complex situations L. Malheiro, C. Vale, I. Casal, S. Monteiro, L. Oliveira, M. Gomes PORTUGAL Long-term results in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty performed with 'big-bubble' technique I. Mallias GREECE Ocular surface reconstruction with living-related kerato-limbal allograft transplantation in patients with bilateral total limbal stem cell deficiency after chemical burn D. Maltsev, S. Churashov, V. Chernysh, E. Kudryashova RUSSIA Phototherapeutic keratectomy in eyes with persistent macroepithelial defects following penetrating keratoplasty I. Malyutina, M. Danilchenko, R. Dolzhich, S. Yakovenko RUSSIA Clinical case of rapidly progressive keratoconus treatment with extremely thin cornea patient L. Martinez Perez, R. Tourino, M. Rodriguez SPAIN Intracorneal ring segment implantantion for treating keratoconus: safety and efficacy


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS H. Matalia, N. C, T. Garg, K. Dhamodaran, M. Subramani, D. Das INDIA Outcomes of limbal epithelial stem cell transplantation in unilateral limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) in paediatric population

S. Peixoto-de-Matos, R. Macedo-de-Araujo, J. Gonzalez-Meijome PORTUGAL Managing post-surgical cornea with advanced contact lenses: large diameter corneal rigid, corneo-scleral, mini-scleral and scleral, hybrid and thick soft lenses

L. Menabuoni, A. Malandrini, A. Canovetti, L. Buzzonetti, F. Tatini, G. Magni, F. Rossi ITALY Deep layers morphology study in human corneas by the use of confocal microscopy

J. Peraza-Nieves, I. Dapena, L. Baydoun, S. Oellerich, G. Melles SPAIN Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty: 2 year clinical outcome results of the first 500 consecutive cases

M. Mendez Ramos, P. Maqueda Gonzalez SPAIN Primary pterygium surgery: make it simple if it is simple

M. Perez Gancedo, V. Hernandez Ortega, M. Cabezas Leon, L. Paya Serratosa SPAIN Multi-recurrence pterygium with visual loss and motility limitation: surgical management

A. Miranda, S. Barros, S. Parreira, P. Campos, P. Telles, N. Campos PORTUGAL Diagnostic and therapeutic challenges in Schnyder’s crystalline dystrophy: a family report

M. Pradas González, J. Celis, D. Mesa, E. Avendano, E. Infantes, L. Alfaya, T. Infante SPAIN Intracameral fibrin glue in corneal perforation R. Quilendrino THE NETHERLANDS Clinical outcome of re-bubbling for graft detachment after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK)

V. Mittal, R. Mittal, R. Jain, U. Vashit, P. Narang INDIA Clinical course and management of severe ocular surface burns in children

V. Ramjiani, M. Edwards, M. Raynor UK Has the advent of intrastromal corneal ring segments really shaped the surgical management of keratoconus?

S. Mojalad Nobari, C. Villena, K. Jadidi SPAIN Management of pellucid marginal corneal degeneration with full ring intracorneal implantation

J. Reddy INDIA Inverse keratoconus, a late finding in keratoconus patients after DALK

P. Mojzis, P. Studeny, L. Werner, D. Pinero CZECH REPUBLIC Opacification of a hydrophylic acrylic lens with hydrophobic surface after air injection in Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty in a patient with Fuch’s dystrophy

R. Salouti, M. Nowroozzadeh, M. Zamani, M. Ghoreyshi, G. Melles IRAN Outcomes of femto-assisted deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty for keratoconus: a report on 214 consecutive cases

G. Moloney, A. Vincent AUSTRALIA Descemetorhexis for Fuchs' dystrophy

F. Sanchez Leon, S. Sanoja Sarabia MEXICO Use of a new double-segment intracorneal ring for the treatment of inferior keratoconus

J. Montero, A. Munoz-Morales, M. Caro-Magdaleno, I. Il Boutabi, A. Alfaro Juarez, J. Monge, B. Balboa Huguet SPAIN Surgical outcomes in chronic ocular GVHD L. Mosca, L. Guccione, A. Villano, A. Caporossi ITALY Functional and anatomical results of a personal technique for DMEK N. Nawani, J. Vazirani, H. Ojha, V. Sangwan INDIA Conjunctival pedicle flap in management of open globe injury with corneal tissue loss V. Nikolaenko, D. Belov RUSSIA The influence of sinustrabeculectomy on corneal astigmatism S. Nobacht THE NETHERLANDS Exacerbation of granular dystrophy after LASIK and anterior lamellar keratoplasty procedure E. Oregon MEXICO Clinical and histopathological features of 58 cases of suspected conjunctival neoplasia in a population in Western Mexico C. Panthier, R. Courtin, D. Gatinel, A. Saad FRANCE Clinical outcomes after implanting donor tissue torn during graft preparation in Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty: a prospective study J. Parker, S. Luceri, I. Dapena, L. Baydoun, S. Oellerich, K. van Dijk, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Corneal densitometry and higher order aberrations after Bowman’s layer transplantation: 1 year results J. Parker, J. Parker, K. van Dijk, V. Liarakos, S. Luceri, I. Dapena, G. Melles USA Bowman's layer transplantation for advanced keratoconus: the first American case

C. Sanz-Pozo, J. Peraza-Nieves, P. Cifuentes-Canorea, M. Sastre-Ibanez, N. Avalos-Franco, G. Arcos-Villegas, R. Mendez-Fernandez SPAIN Corneal stromal dissection after intrastromal injection of bevacizumab in metaherpetic corneal neovascularization M. Satue, L. Ham, V. Liarakos, L. Baydoun, M. Bruinsma, T. Hillenaar, G. Melles SPAIN Salt and pepper endothelium recurring after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) R. Setyowati, K. Goenawan, S. Prawiroranu INDONESIA Clinical outcome of fresh amniotic membrane transplantation using suturing technique in patients with corneal ulcers Z. Shukur IRAQ A step toward long lasting keratoplasty in 8 medically challenging corneal grafts H. Sitnik, A. Slonimsky, Y. Slonimsky, T. Imshenetskaya BELARUS Femtosecond laser-assisted refractive autokeratoplasty in advanced keratoconus: early results C. Temstet, S. Ouanezar, N. Bouheraoua, E. Basli, P. Loriaut, V. Borderie, L. Laroche FRANCE Evaluation of pre-Descemetic membrane sutures for treatment of acute corneal hydrops and the interest of peroperative OCT A. Tokmakova, Z. Moroz RUSSIA Femtosecond laser-assisted intracorneal ring segments implantation for the astigmatism correction in post-PKP patients with keratoconus J. Torras, A. Camos-Carreras, A. Gonzalez-Ventosa, J. Matas, N. Sabater-Cruz SPAIN Cystoid macular edema (CME) after pre-cut Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK): comparison of simple and triple procedures

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D. Miltsakakis, G. Bagikos, A. Lazaridis, S. Souki, G. Kymionis, C. Koutsandrea, K. Droutsas GREECE Evolution of keratoplasty techniques over 17 years at a tertiary referral center in Athens, Greece


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS E. Torres Netto, M. Rivera-Monge, D. Freitas, A. Moriyama BRAZIL Pre-Descemet’s endothelial keratoplasty (PDEK): learning curve in the first Brazilian cases A. Tourkmani, A. Turnbull, R. Borbara, A. Konstantopoulos, P. Hossain, D. Anderson UK Acute corneal hydrops secondary to keratoconus managed with thin-manual Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty (TM-DSEK) M. Tsatsos, C. MacGregor, A. Turnbull, P. Hossain, D. Anderson UK Predictability of visual acuity after Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty H. Uy, K. Kenyon PHILIPPINES Novel clinical application of dry, processed, amniotic membrane allograft transplant during pterygium surgery A. Vasquez Perez, S. Naqib, M. Nanavaty UK Customised DSAEK with Baerveldt implant tube repositioning D. Wajnsztajn, B. Rosin, M. Politis, E. Degani, D. Landau, J. Frucht-Pery, A. Solomon ISRAEL Traumatic wound dehiscence after penetrating keratoplasty

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E. Wakrim, I. Hajji, S. Belghmidi, A. Moutaouakil FRANCE Impact of pterygium surgery on corneal topography Y. Yildirim, E. Bozkurt, E. Ozgurhan, G. Karatas Durusoy, B. Kepez, M. Taskapili TURKEY Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK) techniques in keratoconus treatment W. Zbiba, A. Baba, E. Bouayed, N. Ben Abdessalem, M. Rekik TUNISIA Non-traumatic corneal perforations: therapeutic modalities in the absence of amniotic membrane M. Zemba, A. Stamate, M. Burcea ROMANIA Postoperative complications after penetrating keratoplasty

Corneal Biomechanics B. Armstrong USA Current biomechanical argument for small incision lenticule extraction vs femtosecond laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis A. Atanassov, M. Atanassov BULGARIA Experience of a contact lens clinic in fitting keratoconus patients with rigid gas-permeable contact lenses (RGPL) A. Celebi, A. Kilavuzoglu, U. Altiparmak, C. Cosar TURKEY Age-related change in corneal biomechanical parameters in a healthy Caucasian population E. El-Mayah EGYPT Corneal tomographic analysis as a clue for corneal biomechanics A. Gab-Alla, M. Shahin, W. Ghowbashy, M. Ammar EGYPT Corneal biomechanical properties in Egyptian glaucomatous patients J. Gros-Otero, J. Martinez, B. Castano, M. Teus SPAIN Comparison of corneal biomechanical properties measured by CORVIS ST between Fuchs endothelial distrophy and healthy eyes J. Lee, S. Kim, I. Ryu, B. Kim, Y. Byun, I. Kim SOUTH KOREA Correlation of sex and myopia with corneal epithelial and stromal thicknesses M. Martinez, J. Gros Otero, J. Paz Moreno Arrones, M. Teus Guezala SPAIN Study of the measure of the IOP (intraocular pressure) with ORA, Corvis and GAT (Goldmann applanation tonometer) in a healthy population

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F. Nejat, K. Jadidi, S. Mohazzab-Torabi, S. Pirhadi, S. Serahati, M. Nejat IRAN The comparison of corneal biomechanical parameters in patients with delayed mustard gas keratopathy (DMGK), chronic corneal scars and normal population using the Corvis ST G. Pamel, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Biomechanical comparison of enzymatic digestion resistance of 30mW/cm2 to 45Mw/cm2 fluence CXL, and to no-CXL: an ex-vivo LASIK combined with CXL study J. Paz Moreno-Arrones, C. Sanchez Barahona, G. Bolivar De Miguel, C. Gutierrez Ortiz, M. Teus SPAIN Comparison of Goldmann and ORA tonometers in newly diagnosed, untreated, POAG and OHT eyes Z. Pniakowska, P. Jurowski POLAND Corneal biomechanics in early keratoconic eyes: should it be considered in the selection of refractive surgery candidates? Z. Pniakowska, A. Klysik, R. Gos, P. Jurowski POLAND Changes of corneal biomechanics in thyroid orbitopathy: does it affect IOP estimation? N. Prasad INDIA Changes in central corneal thickness in diabetic mellitus patients S. Sefic-Kasumovic, A. Kasumovic, H. Basic, M. Mavija, E. Cabric BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Assessment of the tomographic values in keratoconic eyes after collagen cross-linking procedure G. Seymenoğlu, D. Akbulut TURKEY Evaluation of changes in corneal biomechanical properties at different levels of diabetic retinopathy R. Sorkhabi, M. Ahoor, A. Sobhani IRAN Anterior segment parameters in keratoconic eyes T. Valadão, N. Maes, R. Souza, B. Gomes, N. Garcia, H. Moraes BRAZIL Longitudinal evaluation of central corneal thickness in patients with systemic sclerosis V. Vasilyeva, D. Maychuck, S. Aksenova RUSSIA The results of in vivo studying of the structure of postadenoviral corneal infiltrates by confocal microscopy A. Wilson, J. Marshall, J. Tyrer, A. Patemore, J. Jones UK Strain maps of topographically stiffened corneas derived by speckle shearing interferometry

Cross-Linking F. Abdulaliyeva, Y. Abdiyeva, E. Kasimov AZERBAIJAN Corneal demarcation line depth changes after simultaneous topography-guided photoablation with collagen cross-linking for keratoconus A. Agrawal, N. Pahuja, R. Deshmukh, R. Shetty INDIA Assessment of the repeatability and agreement of corneal measurements of 4 commonly used topographers in patients post ACXL S. Alageel, J. Ciolino USA Corneal cross-linking with non thermal laser therapy M. Al-Amry, H. Al-Ghadeer SAUDI ARABIA Infectious crystalline keratitis after corneal cross-linking for keratoconus J. Alberdi Alberdi, M. Canillas Arguinariz, H. Noguera Nunez, V. Diaz Lacalle, I. Gomez Lorente SPAIN Treating progressive keratoconus using VICTUS femtosecond laser platform and accelerated intrastromal cross-linking


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D. Anwar IRAQ Conventional corneal cross-linking (3 mW/cm2) vs accelerated (9 mW/cm2) corneal cross-linking in keratoconus: a randomized prospective study Z Ayhan, C. Utine, U. Cengiz TURKEY Short-term results of contact lens-assisted collagen crosslinking in thin corneas with keratoconus B. Bagga, P. Kumar, P. Kumar, M. Taneja, R. Dhakal INDIA To study and analyse the factors affecting the outcome of corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) in eyes with keratoconus M. Bikbov, M. Bikbov, V. Surkova, G. Bikbova, N. Zaynullina, A. Khalimov RUSSIA The cross-linking treatment of pellucid marginal degeneration of cornea M. Bikbov, G. Bikbova, E. Usubov, N. Zaynullina, A. Khalimov RUSSIA Early clinical outcomes of transepithelial corneal cross-linking with 0.2% solution of riboflavin in the treatment of corneal ectasia K. Bilgihan, E. Yuksel, A. Yuvarlak, F. Yaylacioglu, C. Mocan, B. Ozdemir, G. Gurelik TURKEY Diluted alcohol and ionthophoresis-assisted transepithelial corneal collagen cross-linking: DAI-CXL I. Blanco Domínguez, F. Duch, J. Reyes, M. Marti SPAIN Corneal opacification after refractive surgery with combined technique: photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) and accelerated cross-linking (PRK xtra) M. Böhm, M. Remy, M. Shajari, T. Kohnen GERMANY Analysis of corneal densitometry 3 months after accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking J. Brekelmans, A. Goz, A. Brandis, M. Dickman, R. Nuijts, A. Scherz, A. Marcovich THE NETHERLANDS Long-term results of corneal stiffening by WST11-D and near infra-red (NIR) illumination: biomechanical efficacy and keratocyte repopulation in rabbits 1, 4 and 8 months after treatment E. Can, A. Gul TURKEY A corneal ring to facilitate alcohol-assisted epithelial debridement and to protect corneal limbus during corneal collagen cross-linking R. Cann, A. Davidson, E. Trocme, A. Barsam UK PTEK (phototherapeutic epithelial-guided keratectomy): a novel trans-epithelial OCT-guided PTK protocol combined with corneal collagen cross-linking for the reduction of irregular astigmatism in ectatic disorders - a case series A. Cantemir, R. Ciuntu, A. Alexa, N. Apreutesei Anton, A. Pantalon, D. Chiselita ROMANIA Evaluation of iontophoretic collagen cross-linking for early stages of progressive keratoconus comparing to standard cross-linking: 24 months results M. Cassagne, K. Pierne, S. Galiacy, P. Fournie, F. Malecaze FRANCE Evolutive keratoconus treated by customized topographyguided corneal cross-linking: clinical results U. Cengiz, C. Utine Yildirim, Z. Ayhan TURKEY The role of matrix regenerating agent in epithelialization time after collagen cross-linking for progressive keratoconus

S. Chow, A. Ng HONG KONG Early corneal epithelial complications of combined trans-epithelial and accelerated collagen cross-linking in treatment of keratoconus D. Dacosta Ballesteros, H. Suleman, S. Gurney, S. Shah UK Corneal cross-linking in extremely thin keratoconic eyes: feasibility study of using contact lenses and collagen shields N. Dervenis, N. Dragoumis, A. Papandroudis, Z. Zachariadis, M. Balidis UK Effect of pulsed collagen cross-linking technique on the depth of demarcation line in keratoconus N. Ds, V. Bhandari, S. Arun, S. Ganesh INDIA Comparative study of Goldmann applanation tonometer and Corvis ST in patients undergoing accelerated collagen cross-linking (KXL) N. Ds, V. Bhandari, K. Relekar, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA A comparative study of continuous vs pulsed mode in accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking (KXL) for keratoconus M. Elalfy, H. Hamami, S. Hamada UK Patient-reported outcome measures (Proms) in corneal collagen cross-linking: an innovative tool and its correlation to objective measures J. Els, L. Pabolu, R. Pabolu, B. Hebbatam, G. Ogirala INDIA Efficacy of collagen cross-linking (CXL) combined with Boston lens in keratoconus patients U. Erdem, S. Altun, A. Tas, A. Ilhan, S. Dagli TURKEY Late results of customized treatment of keratoconus and corneal ectasias with customized mini excimer laser treatment (CMELT), and customized corneal collagen cross-linking (CCXL): is it possible to get topographic recovery with very limited surgery? R. Fasciani, E. Zampulla, O. Caporossi, A. Caporossi ITALY Advanced procedure in accelerated pulsed CXL for keratoconus R. Fasciani, C. Radini, A. Caristia, A. Agresta, S. Ambrogio, A. Caporossi ITALY Topo-guided refractive cross-linking for keratoconus B. Gargallo Martinez, E. Rubio Velazquez, A. Ruiz Hernandez, A. Navarro Valverde, R. Gutierrez Ortega SPAIN Corneal collagen cross-linking efficacy in central and paracentral ectasias D. Godefrooij, R. Gans, S. Imhof, R. Wisse THE NETHERLANDS Nationwide reduction in the number of corneal transplantations for keratoconus following the implementation of cross-linking D. Gore, B. Allan UK Simultaneous combined wavefront-guided transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy and corneal collagen crosslinking for progressive keratoconus Z. Hassan, L. Modis, E. Szalai, G. Nemeth HUNGARY Optical densitometry changes after corneal collagen crosslinking treatment for keratoconus A. Hervás, S. Garcia-Delpech, R. Diaz Cespedes, P. Udaondo, D. Salom, A. Cisneros SPAIN The use of iontophoresis in corneal collagen cross-linking technique E. Interlandi, F. Pellegrini, C. Gabriella, C. Gianluca, P. Giovanni ITALY Corneal collagen cross-linking with iontophoresis (I-CXL): 12 months of follow-up study

E. Chiariello Vecchio, S. Troisi, F. Di Landro, M. Troisi, A. Magli, A. Greco ITALY Transepithelial iontophoresis corneal collagen cross-linking in paediatric progressive keratoconus: 24 months of follow-up

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F. Allen, O. Bowes, V. Barnett, A. Barsam UK Results of new pulsed high fluence protocol for corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus


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A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Modified Athens protocol in the management and visual rehabilitation of keratoconus: topography-guided partial PRK normalization first, followed by 50um PTK to account for epithelium, followed by variable fluence, topographycustomized pattern CXL

M. Rajamani, S. Jacob, A. Agarwal INDIA Contact lens-assisted corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) with isotonic riboflavin in thin corneas (less than 400 microns): an evaluation of visual outcome and progression of corneal ectasia

H. Khairy, S. Motawee, H. Elsobky EGYPT Collagen cross-linking in the treatment of resistant corneal ulcers between patients in the Nile Delta

J. Recalde, I. Rodriguez Agirretxe, M. Sanchez Tena, A. Acera Osa, J. Duran SPAIN A longitudinal study of the tear film function after corneal cross-linking in keratoconus

H. Khairy, E. Abd Elkhalek, A. Negm EGYPT Specular microscopic corneal endothelial changes following corneal collagen cross-linking for the treatment of progressive keratoconus

A. Robinet, D. Touboul, D. Smadja, J. Tellouck FRANCE Comparison of long-term outcome after conventional and accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking in the treatment of progressive keratoconus

S. Kim, B. Randleman, J. Cha SOUTH KOREA Corneal changes for 1 year after highly accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking

P. Rosetta, R. Vinciguerra, E. Legrottaglie, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Corneal cross-linking WA (window absorption) in the treatment of severe corneal ulcer: a long-term follow-up

A. KÄąrgÄąz TURKEY Comparison of accelerated cross-linking results performed with isotonic riboflavin solution with or without dextran in 6 months of follow-up

M. Sedaghat, M. Deldar, M. Kiarudi IRAN Evaluation of corneal biomechanical parameters after corneal cross-linking for keratoconus using ocular response analyzer and Corvis ST

K. Knutsson ITALY Corneal collagen cross-linking for progressive keratoconus in paediatric patients

D. Shahanand, A. Naypal INDIA Measuring corneal haze with OCT after epithelial disruption corneal collagen cross-linking with trans-epithelial riboflavin in keratoconus

K. Kubiak, G. Sowwa, I. Pavlovic, E. Plawetzki, M. Remy, A. Lencova, T. Kohnen GERMANY Analysis of variables used for keratoconus progression evaluation J. Lammer, N. Pircher, R. Donner, G. Schmidinger AUSTRIA Comparison of densitometry changes between two different cross-linking protocols L. Lapenna, E. Alba, A. Acquaviva ITALY Effect of corneal cross-linking iontophoresis retreatment in patients with progressive keratoconus L. Lapenna, E. Alba, A. Acquaviva ITALY Optical coherence tomography and confocal microscopy evaluation after standard and transepithelial corneal collagen cross-linking by iontophoresis for progressive keratoconus in paediatric patients M. Lecumberri, R. Alcubierre, M. Garat SPAIN Evolution of infectious keratitis in a patient treated with PRK and cross-linking E. Legrottaglie, R. Vinciguerra, V. Romano, P. Rosetta, R. Piscopo, C. Azzolini, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Transepithelial iontophoresis collagen cross-linking vs standardCXL: one year clinical results of a prospective clinical study A. Mazhari, R. Shukla, P. Chakarpani, P. Mahajan, R. Kairati INDIA Accelerated collagen cross-linking of cornea (CXL) with isotonic riboflavin solution in progressive keratoconus in North Indian population: short-term results K. Misailovic, T. Mrdja SERBIA Unexpected corneal responses to cross-linking

M. Sharifizad, L. Schmetterer, K. Witkowska, G. Garhofer, G. Aschinger, S. Sapeta, D. Schmidl AUSTRIA Factors determining flicker-induced retinal vasodilatation in healthy subjects M. Shinzawa, N. Kato, K. Kasai, K. Konomi, K. Higa, J. Shimazaki JAPAN Corneal stroma demarcation line depth after corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus and bullous keratopathy A. Sianosyan, E. Iomdina, E. Tarutta, V. Semchishen, S. Milash RUSSIA Microinvasive cross-linking of rabbit posterior eye pole sclera L. Spadea, E. Tonti, L. Di Genova ITALY Corneal stroma demarcation line after four different protocols of corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus determined with anterior segment optical coherence tomography S. Srivastava, P. Singh INDIA Quantification of conventional corneal cross-linking procedure: 2 years follow-up on Pentacam HR A. Stuart, R. Angunawela, D. Gore UK Contact lens-assisted corneal cross-linking (CXL) for pellucid marginal degeneration A. Titov, T. Churakov, S. Nikulin RUSSIA The results of simultaneous corneal cross-linking on both eyes E. Toker, S. Akkaya Turhan, D. Ozarslan Ozcan TURKEY Comparison of corneal density changes after accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus: continuous vs pulsed light treatment

A. Ng, T. Chan, S. Kwok HONG KONG Comparison of the demarcation line on ASOCT after simultaneous LASIK and different protocols of accelerated collagen cross-linking: a bilateral eye randomised study

J. Tong, J. Males, D. Viswanathan AUSTRALIA Corneal collagen cross-linking for post-LASIK Ectasia: an Australian study

O. Olcucu, Y. Yildirim, B. Yildiz TURKEY Comparison of pulsed vs continuous light-accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking

O. Ucakhan, Y. Yesiltas TURKEY Accelerated (9 mW/cm2) corneal collagen cross-linking for progressive keratoconus: one year follow-up

E. Quiroga Caneiro, I. Hernanz Rodriguez, N. Alejandre Alba SPAIN Cross-linking treatment of progressive keratoconus: preliminary topographic results of accelerated pulsed light irradiation comparing with Dresden protocol

O. Ucakhan, B. Bayraktutar TURKEY Comparative outcomes of corneal collagen cross-linking for progressive keratoconus in paediatric and adult age groups

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E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS G. Moussa, J. Panthagani, S. Shakir, S. Madge UK Bilateral endogenous endophthalmitis secondary to fungal emboli

M. Vesela, D. Barakova, P. Rozsival CZECH REPUBLIC The treatment modification of progressive keratoconus using corneal collagen cross-linking with riboflavin and UVA irradiation

S. Palioura, A. Gibbons, D. Miller, T. O'Brien, E. Alfonso, O. Spierer USA Clinical features, antibiotic susceptibility profile, and outcomes of infectious keratitis caused by stenotrophomonas maltophilia

E. Vounotrypidis, A. Athanasiou, M. Mueller, K. Kortuem, C. Kern, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer GERMANY Long-term evaluation of two cross-linking profiles in treatment of progressive keratoconus

N. Patil, R. Doctor, P. Doctor INDIA Efficacy of intravitreal triamcinolone acetonide injection vs that of posterior sub-tenon triamcinolone acetonide injection in intermediate uveitis

D. Wajnsztajn, B. Rosin, S. Frenkel, D. Landau, A. Solomon, J. Frucht-Pery ISRAEL Corneal collagen cross-linking in advanced keratoconus with thin corneas: long-term follow-up

P. Pontón, I. Sanchez, A. Hajjar, R. Portilla, R. Hernandez, J. Alonso SPAIN Bilateral spontaneous corneal perforation due to presumed endogenous endophthalmitis

Endophthalmitis/Ocular Infections M. Aznabaev, G. Gaysina, G. Azamatova RUSSIA Evaluating the effectiveness of ophthalmic medicinal films with moxifloxacin in prevention and treatment of experimental bacterial endophthalmitis T. Balaji Prasad, D. Kumar, M. Rana UK A rare case of delayed-onset endophthalmitis after 9 years of routine cataract surgery

S. Saha, J. Sengupta, A. Khetan, D. Chatterjee, D. Banerjee INDIA Comparative in vitro model of biofilm formation by keratitisassociated fungal pathogens A. Saif, W. Mahran EGYPT Nepafenac vs fluorometholone in allergic conjunctivitis I. Sánchez, A. Hajjar, R. Portilla, P. Ponton, R. Hernandez, E. Salinas, L. Macias SPAIN Endophthalmitis secondary to type V ophthalmia nodosa: relevance of anamnesis and clinical findings J. Sandoval Codoni, J. Gonzalez de Gor, I. Garcia-Basterra SPAIN Archipelago keratitis: our experience

S. Barros, A. Santos, L. Barbosa de Sousa PORTUGAL Acute corneal hydrops in fungal keratitis in a 10 year-old boy: case report and review on paediatric keratitis

A. Tas, U. Yolcu, S. Altun, A. Ilhan, U. Erdem TURKEY Treatment of adenoviral keratoconjuctivitis with topical Interferon alpha 2a

J. Batlle Sr. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Ocular manifestations of the chikungunya virus in the Latin American epidemic

T. Valkovich BELARUS Antibodies Ig G as an indicator of the dynamics of recurrent ophthalmoherpes

M. Calatayud, S. Martin, J. Puig, L. Bisbe SPAIN Granulomatous lamellar keratitis secondary to atypical mycobacteriae in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK): a new clinical presentation

J. Wong, R. Agrawal SINGAPORE A rare and unusual case of Streptococcus dysgalactiae endophthalmitis

Ü. Çalli, T. Ayyildiz, B. Kandemir TURKEY Dramatic and rapid response to intracameral voriconazole for fungal keratitis S. Cetinkaya, Y. Cetinkaya, N. Acir, Z. Dadaci TURKEY Intracameral moxifloxacin use in cataract surgery to prevent endophthalmitis A. Deka INDIA Burkholderia cepacia endophthalmitis: unusual presentation E. del Fresno-Valencia, M. Suarez-Fernandez, C. Navarro-Perea, J. Sambricio-Garcia, L. Hernandez-Pereira, R. Aburto-Noguera SPAIN Bacterial keratitis: a late complication after implantation of intrastromal corneal ring segments E. del Fresno-Valencia, J. Suarez-Baraza, C. Navarro-Perea, L. Hernandez-Pereira, J. Sambricio, M. Mancheno-Losa SPAIN Scleral hyperemia after retinal detachment surgery: could it be infectious scleritis? E. Guinto Arcos, H. Mejia Lopez, A. Ramirez Miranda MEXICO Chlamydia genotypes associated with inclusion conjunctivitis S. Kıvanç, M. Kivanc, G. Gullulu, B. Akova-Budak TURKEY Staphylococcus lugdunenesis isolates from ocular surface of diabetic patients who underwent cataract surgery S. Lee, J. Ahn, C. Cho SOUTH KOREA Comparison of MRSA and MSSA keratitis in clinical features, antibiotic susceptibilities and treatment outcomes

Femtolaser Refractive Surgery Applications A. Bansal, R. Bhimanapati INDIA Comparison of efficacy, safety and visual quality of SMILE and LASIK for myopia and myopic astigmatism A. Bansal, R. Bhimanapati INDIA Predictability, efficacy and safety of femtosecond laserassisted small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) for correction of myopia and astigmatism L. Daniel Ponniah, A. Agarwal INDIA Victus the versatile: our experience with first 100 procedures I. Dutchin RUSSIA Clinical case of epithelial ingrowth after ReLEx SMILE surgery S. Ganesh, S. Brar, S. Pereira INDIA A comparison of safety and clinical outcomes of 100 vs 160µ cap in patients undergoing ReLEx-small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) N. Grada, T. Herbst, D. Holland GERMANY One year clinical results in laser-assisted cataract surgery (LACS) combined with arcuate incisions (AI) for astigmatism correction using the LENSAR™ laser system

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C. Utine Yıldırım, R. Kucumen, U. Cengiz, B. Sahan Gokce, Z. Ayhan TURKEY Comparison of different corneal collagen cross-linking protocols


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS V. Kanyukov, Y. Kanyukova, D. Ilyukhin RUSSIA Analysis of the results of hyperopia laser correction by FemtoLASIK B. Kim, S. Mun, D. Lee, H. Choi, Y. Chung SOUTH KOREA Bilateral small incision lenticule extraction after penetrating keratoplasty C. Kranemann CANADA Small-incision lenticule extraction: initial North American experience T. Manoilo, G. Parkhomenko UKRAINE Early postoperative results of femtoLASIK with LenSx® laser for flap creation O. Pisarevskaya, A. Shchuko, T. Iureva, E. Ivleva, T. Grebenyuk RUSSIA Effect of changes in power settings on the refractive effect of SMILE surgery Y. Primitasari INDONESIA Femtosecond and wavefront-guided ablation LASIK

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Y. Wang, P. Wei, J. Zhang CHINA Refractive effect after FS-LASIK and SMILE, is there any correlation with corneal volume and biomechanical property? C. Wu TAIWAN Femtosecond laser and modified capsular tension ring in patients with lens dislocation T. Yeung, R. Conlon, J. Teichman, S. Ziai, G. Mintsioulis, B. Jackson, K. Baig AUSTRALIA Femtosecond laser-assisted intrastromal astigmatic keratotomy in penetrating keratoplasty: one-year efficacy and safety data

V. Diakonis, G. Kounis, N. Yesilirmak, D. Warren, Z. Davis, S. Yoo, K. Donaldson GREECE Outcomes of toric intraocular lens implantation after femtosecond laser and traditional cataract surgery W. Ghobashy, W. El Menawy UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Intraoperative difficulties with femto laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) F. Goes BELGIUM Efficiency of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery compared to standard phacoemulsification surgery E. Gonzalez, F. Silva Cayatopa PERU Efficiency and safety in nuclear fragmentation and anterior capsulotomy with femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery E. Juárez Escalona, I. Henares Fernandez, I. Rodriguez Garcia, O. Gutierrez Orrantia SPAIN Arcuate keratotomies with Catalys femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery platform E. Juárez Escalona, I. Henares Fernandez, I. Rodriguez Garcia, O. Gutierrez Orrantia SPAIN Arquate keratotomies with Catalys: our first 1,000 cases B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, K. Kishore, B. Kashyap INDIA Impact of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (LenS) vs micro incision cataract surgery on early postoperative macular thickness in diabetic patients C. Kranemann, A. Aguayo CANADA Capsulotomy size variations with femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery E. Ligabue, G. Gallioli, C. Giordano ITALY Patient emotional impact during femto cataract surgery in topic anaesthesia

Femtolaser-Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS)

P. Papadopoulos, K. Athanasiou, A. Papadopoulos, G. Boukis, C. Kakoulidis, A. Cernak GREECE Corneal astigmatic changes after arcuate keratotomies with femtosecond laser in patients with cataract

F. Ahmed, A. Intili, M. Pyfer, M. Blecher, R. Bailey USA Review of visual outcomes of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery by novice surgeons

M. Rossi, M. Bordin, F. Di Censo, C. Gandolfi, R. Tassone, M. Al Oum ITALY Aqueous humor PH changes using femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery and intracameral mydriatic solution: our experience

F. Allen, A. Garg, V. Barnett, A. Barsam UK Clinical experience using the LDV Z8 system for femtolaserassisted cataract surgery in a public service setting N. Anisimova, B. Malyugin, N. Sobolev RUSSIA Predictive factors for short-term intraocular pressure fluctuations in FLACS G. Auffarth, B. Giers, T. Tandogan, R. Khoramnia GERMANY Zero-phaco approach with the LENSAR femtosecond laser system J. Aulmann, R. Weinstock AUSTRIA Analysis of postoperative corneal clarity and inflammation in femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery compared with conventional cataract surgery A. Bansal INDIA Predictability, efficacy and safety of femtosecond laserassisted small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) E. Branchevskaya, S. Branchevsky, I. Shteiner RUSSIA Femtolaser-assisted and conventional phacoemulsification: comparison of visual outcomes in patients with bilateral diffractive IOL implantation G. Cavallini, M. De Maria, E. Fornasari, T. Verdina, C. Peppoloni, A. Lazzerini ITALY Femtosecond laser-assisted bimanual microincision cataract surgery with 1.4 mm incisions

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M. Rossi, M. Bordin, R. Tassone, C. Gandolfi, M. Al Oum, F. Di Censo ITALY Refractive and visual outcomes of multifocal intraocular lens implantation using femtosecond laser cataract surgery: our experience A. Siu, U. Pattamatta, K. Meades, C. Bala AUSTRALIA Manual vs laser capsulotomy strength: inter-eye comparison I. Solomatina, A. Solomatin LATVIA Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) compared with conventional phacoemulsification cataract surgery (CPCS) in terms of phaco energy, phaco time and effective phaco time H. Tchah, J. Kwag, H. Jeong, C. Moon, J. Yoon, J. Kim, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA The effectiveness of Venturi pump system in femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery S. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, V. Vasavada INDIA Intraop performance and postop outcomes following femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery and phacoemulsification in eyes with shallow anterior chambers


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J. Agrawal INDIA Early diagnosis of glaucoma by Fourier-domain OCT and associated field analysis: a possibility? says CSFI (combined structural and functional index) E. Ah-kee, V. Shankar, A. Shukla, L. Lim UK Twenty-four hour phasing of intraocular pressure in Indian population with open-angle glaucoma: results of a prospective hospital-based study I. Ahmed, S. Vold, R. Brown, E. Craven, R. Stamper, C. Mattox, T. Ianchulev CANADA Minimally invasive supraciliary microstent for IOP control in combined POAG-cataract surgery: 2-year COMPASS RCT results C. Altan, B. Basarir, B. Satana, F. Ozcelik, I. Yilmaz, M. Taskapili TURKEY Secondary glaucoma due to CMV anterior uveitis L. Au, S. Gandolfi, S. Lim, M. Nardi, M. Chiang, A. Fea UK Hydrus microstent in refractory glaucoma: 12 month followup in a real-world cohort of patients in the SPECTRUM global hydrus registry G. Auffarth GERMANY Three-year outcomes from prospective, randomized study of micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) with two trabecular stents vs one prostaglandin in newly diagnosed open-angle glaucoma

A. El Habbak, M. El Naggar, M. Abd El Zaher, H. El Shiwy, A. Howaidy, A. Falougy EGYPT Comparison between trabeculectomy with mitomycin C and Ex-PRESS shunt implantation in uveitis-related glaucoma patients H. Elsaied, M. Salaheddin EGYPT The neuroprotective role of brimonidine in open-angle glaucoma: 1 year study E. Escobar Martin, H. Santiago Balsera, G. Karla Paola, L. Modamio Gardeta, C. del Prado Sanchez, J. Ferreiro Lopez, C. Carrasco Font SPAIN Glaucoma secondary to antidepressive treatment A. Fea, J. Garcia-Feijo, S. Gandolfi, M. Nardi, M. Rekas, P. de Waard ITALY Hydrus microstent reduces intraocular pressure in patients with open-angle glaucoma in combination with cataract surgery: 36 month results from the SPECTRUM global hydrus registry M. Fenech, A. Mifsud, F. Carbonaro MALTA Preliminary trabeculectomy results using the Moorfields safe surgery technique in Malta C. Feraru, A. Pantalon ROMANIA Bilateral single piece syndrome: clinical and surgical challenges in diagnosis and management S. Fili, M. Kohlhaas GERMANY Wound healing modulation through OloGen after trabeculectomy

R. Bafiq, H. Suleman, A. Negi UK Outcome of post-operative bleb needling and anti-metabolite injections in late failed trabeculectomy blebs

S. Fili, M. Kohlhaas GERMANY Wound healing stimulation through mitomycin C and ologen after trabeculectomy

J. Batlle Sr., R. Alburquerque, A. Corona DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Comparison of blebs obtained after microshunt surgery vs routine trabeculectomy with optical coherence tomography

A. Gab-Alla, H. Al-Nahas, M. Shaheen, H. Akl EGYPT Assessment of peri-papillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness in myopic Egyptians

J. Belda, K. Schargel SPAIN Eighteen-month postoperative outcomes following implantation of second generation trabecular micro-bypass stents in patients with open-angle glaucoma not controlled by one preoperative medication

D. Galina, V. Kumar, M. Frolov, A. Belodedova, A. Shradqa RUSSIA Kumar’s 3rd generation stainless steel spiral Schlemm's canal expander implantation in open-angle glaucoma cases refractory to previous glaucoma surgeries

E. Conesa Hernández, E. Mata Diaz, C. Monton Jimenez, C. de Pablo Martin, A. Sanchez Ventosa SPAIN Changes in ocular surface after successful filtration surgery E. Conesa Hernández, C. Monton Jimenez, E. Mata Diaz, C. de Pablo Martin, A. Sanchez Ventosa SPAIN Results and compications in Ex-PRESS surgery D. Cristóvão, S. Cruz, S. Franco, M. Antunes, A. Fonseca, J. Fernandes, J. Segurado PORTUGAL Use of Visante OCT to study the impact of cataract surgery in iridocorneal angle R. Davie, A. Waldock UK One year outcomes of supervised trainee-performed trabeculectomy and phaco-trabeculectomy procedures at a UK district general hospital V. de Juan, F. Munoz-Negrete, G. Rebolleda SPAIN Changes in peripapillary choroidal thickness after non-penetrating deep sclerectomy L. Dulub, A. Chekina, I. Dulub, L. Soloduho BELARUS The results of Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation for the treatment of refractory glaucoma A. Egorov, F. Nikolay, K. Dmitrii RUSSIA Diode laser in treating secondary neovascular glaucoma

M. Gallardo USA Twelve month ab-interno canaloplasty (ABiC) outcomes for the treatment of open-angle glaucoma (OAG) A. Gavanescu, A. Secureanu, A. Burloiu, L. Petrescu, R. Ionescu, P. Grecu, A. Manolache ROMANIA Canalectomy with 25G vitreous cutter O. Gkorou, E. Kanonidou, M. Parava GREECE Normal tension glaucoma: the improtance of MRI imaging in this great enigma of eye care I. Gomes, M. Vila Franca, J. Godinho, J. Segurado, R. Seldon, P. Rosa, J. Fernandes PORTUGAL Comparison between contrast sensitivity, visual acuity and retinal nerve fibre layer thickness vs visual field defects in glaucoma patients J. Gonnermann, E. Bertelmann, M. Pahlitzsch, A. Maier-Wenzel, N. Torun, M. Klamann GERMANY Contralateral eye comparison study in MICS and MIGS: Trabectome® vs iStent inject® (one-year results) A. Hajjar, I. Sanchez, R. Hernandez, P. Ponton, R. Portilla, M. Tabares, I. Ruiz SPAIN A challenging case of a malignant glaucoma in a myopic patient following a combined phacoemulsification and trabeculectomy procedure

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E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS L. Hasanzade, N. Gurbanova, L. Hasanzada, U. Abilova AZERBAIJAN Cyticoline in composition complex neuroprotect therapy at optical glaucoma neuropathy T. Ianchulev, B. Flowers, M. Packer, F. Tyson, Q. Nguyen, S. Sarkisian, S. Vold USA Prognostic factors for lowering IOP in primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) by combined supraciliary microstentingphaco cataract surgery: COMPASS RCT S. Inan, E. Cetinkaya, E. Ertan, U. Inan TURKEY An unusual cause of failure for trabeculectomy: unnoticed vitreous in the anterior chamber S. Inan, E. Cetinkaya TURKEY Cystoid macular edema secondary to topical prostaglandin analogue in a pseudophakic patient with glaucoma that improved after cessation of the drug A. Ivanescu, D. Mathews UK Step-by-step surgical technique for closure of dehisced conjunctiva in a patient with glaucoma drainage device (GDD)

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S. Jacob, D. Ashok Kumar INDIA Comparative study of stab incision glaucoma surgery (SIGS) vs trabeculectomy A. Jünemann GERMANY Second generation trabecular micro-bypass stents and one postoperative prostaglandin in patients with open-angle glaucoma not controlled with two preoperative medications D. Kazakova BULGARIA Selective laser trabeculoplasty in primary angle-closure glaucoma and primary open-angle glaucoma after laser peripheral iridotomy M. Khaimi USA Safety and efficacy of ab-interno canaloplasty (ABiC) for the treatment of open-angle glaucoma M. Khaimi USA Three-year outcomes of canaloplasty for the treatment of open-angle glaucoma M. Klamann, J. Gonnermann, M. Pahlitzsch, A. Maier, N. Torun, E. Bertelmann GERMANY iStent inject as stand-alone procedure in phakic open angle glaucoma: first clinical annual results M. Konkol, W. Kokot POLAND Ex-PRESS glaucoma minishunt implantation in patient with uncontrolled secondary glaucoma due to ocular ischemic syndrome (OIS): a case report S. Kostianeva, M. Konareva-Kostianeva, M. Atanassov BULGARIA Rate of progression in exfoliative glaucoma M. Kozera, J. Jablonska, K. Lewczuk, M. Rekas POLAND Mid-term assessment of findings following implantation of a trabecular micro-bypass stent and cataract surgery via phacoemsulfication in patients with mild–moderate openangle glaucoma and cataract A. Kowalskaya, S. Sosnovsky, N. Haritonova, O. Butikova RUSSIA The results of combined surgical treatment of complicated cataract and refractory glaucoma K. Mahmood PAKISTAN Effect on intraocular pressure of preoperative sub-tenon injection of 5-Fluorouracil in chronic open-angle glaucoma N. Malkan, S. Kesarwani, V. Bhagat INDIA Retrospective case series to determine efficacy of posteriorly placed ologen implant in deeply pigmented Indian eyes

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F. March de Ribot, P. Lopez Lizarraga, A. March de Ribot SPAIN Marfan syndrome pupillary blockage approach A. Marchese, A. Rabiolo, P. Bettin, M. Fiori, C. Ciampi, F. Di Matteo, F. Bandello ITALY Needle revision outcomes after glaucoma filtering surgery: a retrospective case series I. Masood, A. Vergados, P. Pandey, G. Ramsamy, P. Shah UK Goniosynechialysis: effective management of secondary angle closure glaucoma J. Mehlan, M. Klemm, H. Petersen, U. Schumacher, S. Linke, R. Dwayne Miller GERMANY Picosecond infrared laser: fibre-assisted-sclerostomy (PIRL-FAST), a first proof of principle analysis V. Melnyk, O. Hurzhii, N. Kotz-Gotlib UKRAINE Assessment of combined phacoemulsification with modified tunnel trabeculopuncture in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma: 4 years of follow-up V. Melnyk UKRAINE Assessment of hypotensive effect of phacoemulsification and phacoemulsification combined with a modified tunnel trabeculopuncture in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma A. Mermoud, A. Villamarin, S. Roy, N. Stergiopulos SWITZERLAND An innovative adjustable GDD for the treatment of glaucoma: report on the first clinical results of the eyeWatch A. Milingert, S. Borzenok, T. Sokolovskaya, A. Bessarabov RUSSIA The biochemical and morphological changes in the sclera after exposure to the laser diode: experimental study S. Mohan, K. Sahai, M. Khattri, K. Agrawal, S. Sachan INDIA Study of ocular blood flow parameters in primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) and primary angle closure glaucoma (PACG) P. Moinul, M. Luong, J. Bhamra, A. Kherani, J. McWhae, A. Crichton CANADA Surgical techniques for the treatment of aqueous misdirection in pseudophakic eyes after cataract surgery Y. Murakami, Y. Kiuchi, Y. Sugimoto, K. Miyoshi JAPAN Intraocular pressure outcomes and risk factors for failure in glaucoma patients without ocular hypertension who were enrolled in the Collaborative Bleb-related Infection Incidence and Treatment Study (CBIITS) A. Muscalu, M. Pavel, T. Stefanache, A. Cantemir, A. Pantalon, D. Chiselita ROMANIA Melanomalytic glaucoma: benefit of the doubt M. Nassar, F. Wagdi EGYPT Canaloplasty vs viscocanalostomy in primary open-angle glaucoma M. Navarro-Perea, L. Hernandez-Pereira, J. Torres-Pena, A. Ortueta-Olartecoechea, A. De-Pablo-Cabrera, E. Del Fresno-Valencia, E. Gutierrez-Diaz SPAIN A complication of deep non-penetrating sclerectomy: hematoma in scleral lake V. Nikolaenko, T. Panova RUSSIA The influence of applanation tonometry on results of keratometry and refractometry M. Noronha, L. Vieira, V. Lemos, B. Carvalho, N. Silva, M. Reina, T. Gomes PORTUGAL Non-penetrating deep sclerectomy vs trabeculectomy for open angle-glaucoma: retrospective study K. Novak Lauš, M. Simic-Prskalo, G. Maric CROATIA Corneal endothelial cell density in different forms of glaucoma A. Pantalon, D. Branisteanu, A. Cantemir, D. Chiselita, C. Feraru ROMANIA Plateau iris syndrome: case series


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS H. Park, J. Park SOUTH KOREA The effectiveness of selective laser trabeculoplasty in medically uncontrolled open-angle glaucoma

W. Shihadeh, Y. Khader, I. Massad, A. Al-Rawi JORDAN Comparison of the outcomes of trabeculectomy with 5 fluorouracil vs ologen implant in primary open-angle glaucoma

G. Parkhomenko, S. Medvedchuk, T. Petrovska, S. Prysyazhnaya, Y. Gnatenko, I. Chukanov UKRAINE The effectiveness of bleb revision after the glaucoma ExPRESS filtration device implantation

W. Shihadeh, M. Belal, M. Al-Hashimi, A. Al-Dabbagh, S. Jaradat, Y. Khader JORDAN Serum vitamin D level in patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome and pseudoexfoliative glaucoma

J. Pavicic-Astalos, A. Koluder, L. Knezevic, T. Csik, M. Zoric Geber CROATIA Incidence of pseudoexfoliation syndrome and pseudoexfoliation glaucoma in northwestern Croatian population in subjects aged 40 years and over: a hospital-based study

A. Shrivastava, D. Verma, K. Singh, S. Mushriff INDIA Glaucoma awareness and knowledge in patients attending Ophthalmology OPD at a tertiary center in central India

J. Paz Moreno-Arrones, C. Gutierrez Ortiz, G. Bolivar De Miguel, A. Gonzalez Mesa, M. Teus SPAIN Tear osmolarity and OCDI in glaucomatous patients under chronic IOP lowering topical medication S. Pinchuk, M. Karliychuk, O. Baryska UKRAINE Diagnostic value of retinal ganglion cell complex and peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness measurement in early glaucomatous damage P. Pizarro Thompson, M. Bambo Rubio, J. Obis Alfaro, B. Ferrandez Arenas, N. Guerri Monclus, V. Polo Llorens SPAIN Evaluation of the quality of life in patients with ocular hypertension or glaucoma with different levels of severity through the VFQ-25 test O. Pujol, M. Ana, A. Jorge, M. Clara, A. Eleonora, A. Alfonso SPAIN Integrated visual field and relative risk for quality of life loss O. Pujol, M. Ana, A. Jorge, A. Eleonora, M. Clara, A. Alfonso SPAIN Quality of life in glaucoma patients and normal subjects related to the severity of damage in each eye S. Raj, T. Faisal, G. Joshi, S. Kaushik, S. Pandav INDIA Diagnosis and management of malignant glaucoma at a tertiary eye institute of North India S. Raj, T. Faisal, B. Tigari, S. Kaushik, S. Pandav INDIA Efficacy of selective laser trabeculoplasty as a modality in reduction of intraocular pressure in inadequately controlled post laser iridotomy primary angle closure disease M. Rateb, M. Rateb, M. Abd El-Radi, M. Anwar EGYPT Comparison of IOP measurement by Goldmann applanation tonometer, Icare rebound tonometer and Tono-Pen in keratoconus patients after MyoRing implantation M. RÄ&#x2122;kas, K. Lewczuk, J. Jablonska, J. Rudowicz, M. Skok-Fraczkiewicz POLAND Hydrus microstent in open-angle glaucoma: single site 24 month results from the SPECTRUM global hydrus registry S. Rodrigues, D. Cristovao, J. Godinho Ferreira, J. Fernandes, J. Segurado PORTUGAL Familial amyloid polineuropathy with ocular involvement: a case of secondary open-angle glaucoma

R. Sorkhabi, M. Ahoor IRAN Tumor necrosis factor-alpha and interleukin-10 in aqueous humor and serum of patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome S. Stunf Pukl, B. Drnovajek-Olup SLOVENIA Impact of laser pulse duration on the reduction of intraocular pressure during selective laser trabeculoplasty N. Ungaro, C. Menozzi, L. Varano, S. Gandolfi ITALY Femto-phaco vs conventional phaco outcomes in glaucomatous patients S. Vold USA Supraciliary microstent implantation for lowering IOP in glaucoma patients undergoing cataract surgery: randomized, controlled 3-year results from a single center N. Volkova, O. Rozanova, T. Iureva RUSSIA Corneal optical aberrations in fistulizing glaucoma surgery S. Whitlow, N. Collins, A. Doyle IRELAND Evaluation of outcomes from transscleral cyclodiode laser, in a tertiary referral centre, including the outcomes in neovascular glaucoma in the era of anti-VEGF D. Wiwatwongwana, M. Taechajongjintana, K. Unsrisong, A. Wiwatwongwana THAILAND Secondary ocular hypertension and outcome of treatment in carotid-cevernous fistula K. Yi, S. Bae SOUTH KOREA Comparison of clinical usefulness between 30-2 and 24-2 threshold test measured with Humphrey Visual Field K. Yi, E. Kim, Y. Shin, K. Han SOUTH KOREA Biomarkers for diagnosis of glaucoma in Korea D. Yick, J. Lee, S. Tsang, C. Yuen HONG KONG Preliminary results of CO2 laser-assisted sclerectomy surgery (CLASS) in the treatment of moderate to advanced glaucoma in a Chinese population A. Zamo IRAQ Prevalence of pseudoexfoliation syndrome in Erbil population: a hospital-based study

F. RĂźfer, T. Khalilova, C. Hautz-Vadachkoria, D. Holland GERMANY Prediction of intraocular pressure changes in patients with chronic angle-closure glaucoma after cataract surgery S. Sarkisian, D. Badawi USA New way for ab interno trabeculotomy: initial results V. Shetty, S. Haldipurkar, S. Jain, T. Haldipurkar, D. Venkataramani, M. Setia, R. Dhamankar INDIA Diagnostic capability of spectral domain optical coherence tomography in glaucoma

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J. Paz Moreno-Arrones, C. Sanchez Barahona, G. Bolivar De Miguel, M. Castejon Cervero, M. Teus SPAIN Effect of topical prostaglandin analogues on the intraocular pressure measured using three different tonometers

O. Smith, R. Fellman, M. Butler, D. Grover, D. Godfrey, M. Emanuel USA Long-term follow-up of a biodegradable subconjunctival collagen-glycosaminoglycan matrix in revisions of late onset glaucoma filtering bleb leaks


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS Imaging Anterior Segment S. Aslan-Bayhan, H. Bayhan TURKEY Measurement agreement between a standard manual keratometer and 3 different keratometry devices M. Caro Magdaleno, A. Alfaro Juarez, J. Montero Iruzubieta, A. Munoz Morales, C. Spinola Munoz, A. Garcia Roldan, E. Rodriguez de la Rua Franch SPAIN Concordance between tear break-up time measured by slit lamp (TBUT) and non-invasive tear break-up time measured by Keratograph 5M (NIKBUT) in limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) patients F. Cavas, L. Bataille, E. de la Cruz, D. Fernandez, P. Sanz Diez, J. Alió SPAIN Morphogeometric differences of corneas with keratoconus according to a visual acuity grading scheme A. Celebi TURKEY Differences in central corneal thickness among devices in dry eye disease

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A. Cerviño, D. Monsalvez-Romin, J. Esteve-Taboada, A. Recchioni, A. Dominguez-Vicent, R. Montes-Mico SPAIN Anterior segment anatomical changes with soft multifocal contact lenses assessed by optical coherence tomography

S. Khan, A. Bezatis UK Comparison of anterior keratometry using Verion image-guided system, IOLMaster 500 and Pentacam R. Montes-Mico, J. Esteve-Taboada, D. Monsalvez-Romin, A. Recchioni, A. Dominguez-Vicent SPAIN Ciliary muscle evaluation during accommodation assessed by optical coherence tomography Z. Ozbek, Z. Ayhan, B. Derkus, H. Doruk, I. Durak TURKEY The comparison of corneal parameters taken with Scheimpflug and slit-scanning topography systems in patients with keratoconus: preliminary results W. Park, H. Shin, Y. Kim SOUTH KOREA OCT analysis for scleral lens fitting on unusual topographic patients K. Pawlowicz, A. Sharma, G. Saleh, G. Nithyanandarajah, K. Emeriewen, M. Arjunan, S. Balal UK The role of fluorescein filter imaging to aid the diagnosis of corneal dendritic lesions R. Pérez Cambrodí, D. Pinero Llorens, J. Ruiz Fortes, R. Soto Negro, C. Jimanez Benito, A. Artola Roig SPAIN Intrasession repeatability of the tear film break-up time measurements provided by the Sirius system

U. de Sanctis, C. Casale, R. Penna, P. Donna, F. Grignolo ITALY Repeatability and comparison of astigmatism measurements by Pentacam corneal ray tracing and IOLMaster automated keratometry in patients with cataract

D. Piñero Llorens, A. Lopez-Navarro, I. Cabezos, V. Camps, M. Caballero, D. de Fez SPAIN Evaluation of the intrasession repeatability of refraction and wavefront aberration measurements provided by the combined diagnostic platform VX120

R. Del Fiol, W. Freitas, A. Tranjan, F. Azevedo BRAZIL Flap evaluation in femtosecond LASIK surgery using the Visante OCT (Carl Zeiss Meditec, inc)

J. Reddy, K. Challa, V. Singh, S. Palla, H. Ali, P. Vaddavalli INDIA Looking beyond keratometry in the detection of early progression in keratoconus

R. Diaz Céspedes, A. Hervas, S. Garcia-Delpech, E. Sanz Marco, P. Udaondo, D. Salom, A. Cisneros SPAIN In vivo confocal microscopy findings in corneal diseases

A. Ruiz-Alcantara, J. Gallardo-Galera, M. Sanchez-Frias, R. Garcia-Catalan SPAIN Diagnostic and therapeutic management of Lisch corneal dystrophy

A. Domínguez-Vicent, C. Trussardi, U. Wogatai, R. Montes-Mico, R. Brautaset SPAIN Repeatability and reproducibility of a convertible posterior OCT to measure the anterior eye segment: agreement with a single Scheimpflug camera N. Duru, O. Hashas, E. Goktas, Z. Duru, H. Arifoglu, D. Ulusoy, A. Karatepe Hashas TURKEY Bowman’s layer thickness in patients with mitral valve prolapse D. Ekinci, N. Alparslan, Z. Cebeci, L. Saricay TURKEY Topographic corneal changes in patients with vernal keratoconjunctivitis

A. Şanal Doğan, A. Hekimoglu, M. Acar, O. Ergun, C. Gurdal, B. Hekimoglu, S. Berk Ergun TURKEY A preliminary study to evaluate the ocular elasticity in pseudophakic eyes A. Sanchez Rull, C. Spinola Munoz, B. Mataix Albert, J. Montero Iruzubieta, M. Caro Magdaleno, C. Diaz Ruiz SPAIN Role of anterior segment optical coherence tomography in the study of the dry eye syndrome

M. El Agouz, E. Mohamed Mostafa, A. Samman, M. Fathy EGYPT Anterior segment characteristics of keratoconus eyes using Scheimpflug-placido topography

V. Shetty, S. Haldipurkar, S. Jain, T. Haldipurkar, D. Venkataramani, M. Setia, R. Dhamankar INDIA Efficacy of Van Hericks grading and angle parameters on anterior segment optical coherence tomography (AS OCT) in diagnosing occludable angles

P. Fedor USA Quantitative anterior segment ultrasound biomicroscopy (AS-UBM) and Lenstar interferometry before and after cataract surgery

S. Sirek, E. Kurzak, N. Dziuba, K. Mlynek, E. Mielniczuk, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Evaluation of the anterior chamber angle and corneal pachymetry with anterior segment OCT

J. González-Méijome, L. Rico-del-Viejo, R. Macedo-de-Araujo, H. Ferreira-Neves, R. Ambrosio Jr, J. Salgado-Borges PORTUGAL Effect of hormonal changes on corneal biomechanical properties and anterior segment ocular parameters

P. Tanthuvanit, A. Metheetrairat, N. Wongchaisuwat, P. Chonpimai, W. Nujoi THAILAND Comparison of CCT measurement in corneal edema using ultrasound pachymetry, anterior segment OCT, spectral domain OCT and corneal topography

A. Hervás, S. Garcia-Delpech, R. Diaz Cespedes, P. Udaondo, W. Furlan, D. Salom, A. Cisneros SPAIN Utility of epithelial maps in the study of corneal diseases J. Huang, W. Lu, G. Savini, Q. Wang CHINA Comparison between a new optical biometry device and an anterior segment optical coherence tomographer for measuring central corneal thickness and anterior chamber depth

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N. Ulyanova, I. Mazurenko UKRAINE Differences in clinical and morphological characteristics of pterygium according to the spectral optical coherence tomography of anterior eye segment


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS N. Yesilirmak, M. Rodriguez, P. Chhadva, C. Karp, A. Galor USA Differences between inflammatory and non-inflammatory peripheral corneal thinning detected by HR-OCT

Laser Refractive Surgery (Lasers/ LASIK/LASEK/Epi-LASIK)

R. Yi, S. Chung, J. Baek, S. Doh, R. Yi SOUTH KOREA Tear meniscus evaluation using optical coherence tomography in meibomian gland dysfunction patients

M. Abdalla, O. Ibrahim, I. Ahmed EGYPT Small-incision lenticule extraction for hyperopia and hyperopic astigmatism

M. Dvali, B. Sirbiladze, N. Tsintsadze GEORGIA Correction of high myopia: how, when and why D. Gosling, J. Stokes, M. Edwards UK Comparison of day one visual acuity between ReLEx SMILE and LASIK treatments D. Lin, S. Holland, S. Mosquera CANADA Outcome of moderate and high myopic trans-epithelial photorefractive keratectomy with SCHWIND AMARIS at one year A. Raghavan, S. Shah INDIA Is it necessary to adjust nomograms to maximize visual outcomes in photorefractive keratectomy? M. Taieb ISRAEL Epi-Bowman keratectomy (EBK) about high myopic eyes (-8 till-13) and advanced surface ablation (ASA): long-term results D. Widyandana, S. Suharyono, A. Supartoto, P. Suhardjo INDONESIA Preoperative factors that correlate to patients’ visual outcome after photorefractive keratectomy Y. Yatziv, R. Schwartz, D. Varssano, T. Sella, G. Minzer ISRAEL The effect of refractive surgery on ocular dominance M. Zivkovic, M. Zlatanovic, G. Zlatanovic, M. Radenkovic, M. Trenkic-Bozinovic, A. Veselinovic SERBIA Astigmatism as a risk factor for the development of corneal haze after PRK

Keratorefractive Surgery Outcomes: Presbyopia

S. Asp, B. Bay, L. Lofstrom DENMARK ReLEx SMILE changing the borders for laser treatment? M. Camellin, S. Mosquera ITALY Amaris hyperopic treatments in Epi-LASEK with MMC M. Camellin, S. Mosquera ITALY Improvements of the Smart Pulse Technology to epi-LASEK outcomes N. Davey, I. Aslanides, V. Semilis, G. Kymionis GREECE A case report of central toxic keratopathy (CTK) in a patient post transASLA with corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) A. Day, J. Stevens UK Outcomes of slit-lamp irrigation for the management of LASIK flap striae A. Dukić, I. Dekaris, N. Milicic CROATIA Corneal epithelialization after PRK using sodium hyaluronate/ dexpanthenol preservative free eye drops J. Grzeszkowiak POLAND Corneal endothelial cell density after myopic LASEK, EBK, LASIK and FemtoLASIK J. Grzeszkowiak POLAND Myopic LASEK in bilateral map-dot-fingerprint corneal dystrophy A. Ilhan, S. Altun, A. Tas, U. Erdem TURKEY Optical factors in increased visual acuity after excimer laser surgery performed on mixed astigmatic patients using bitoric ablation: vector analysis A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Hyperopic LASIK combined with customized pattern CXL: refractive outcomes and stability of a novel technique B. Kostovska, N. Gabric, Z. Arnaudovski, F. Gilevska, V. Fileva MACEDONIA LASIK first experiences survey J. Kruger SOUTH AFRICA i-LASIK: a four year follow-up study

R. Ang PHILIPPINES Long-term outcomes of a presbyopic LASIK algorithm used in pseudophakic eyes

E. Manche, W. Lee USA Quality of vision following wavefront-guided laser in-situ keratomileusis (LASIK): a prospective study

S. Bharti, B. Singh INDIA Results of presbyopia correction in myopic eyes with new PresbyOPA software

T. Manoilo, G. Parkhomenko UKRAINE 3-year results of thin flap aspherical LASIK for correction of high myopia

K. Maia Rocha, A. Hipsley USA Ray tracing wavefront analysis of accommodative ability after laser anterior ciliary excision in progressively aging presbyopes

A. Mazhari, P. Chakarpani, R. Kairati INDIA Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) for corneal scar in a pseudophakic eye with irregular pupil

G. Parkhurst USA Refractive and visual stability in patients implanted with clear non-refractive corneal inlay: single center clinical results

J. Mehta SINGAPORE Comparison of three different hyperopic treatment options

A. Renna, L. Vejarano, J. Alió SPAIN Pharmacological treatment of presbyopia by novel eye drops binocularly-instilled: pilot study

I. Minchev BULGARIA PRK enhancement over hyperopic LASIK regression M. Nagy, W. Abdelghaffar EGYPT Accuracy of femtosecond laser in flap and cap creation during corneal refractive surgery for myopia

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Keratorefractive Surgery Outcomes: Myopia

M. Arbelaez, S. Arba Mosquera OMAN What is SmartPluse Technology and what are the benefits?


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS K. Nakamura, K. Minami, S. Oki, M. Tanaka, H. Bissen-Miyajima JAPAN Wavefront-guided LASIK refractive error corrections following implantation of diffractive multifocal IOL: comparison of wavefront aberrometer examinations N. Quesnel, C. Ferremi, M. Boileau, M. Podtetenev, L. Lalonde, M. Gervais, M. Maltais CANADA Evaluation of long-term patient satisfaction following LASIK refractive surgery R. Quintana Conte, A. Camos, A. Serrano SPAIN Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK)/phototherapeutic keratectomy (PTK) in irregular astigmatism secondary to viruses A. Renna, L. Brenner, J. Alió SPAIN Long-term follow-up of photorefractive keratectomy for asymmetrical topographies: refractive results R. Ruiz-Mesa, A. Abengozar-Vela SPAIN A comparative study of Epi-Bowman keratectomy and ethanol in photorefractive keratectomy

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L. Salermo, A. Plaza-Puche, S. Arba-Mosquera, J. Alió, V. Vargas SPAIN Topographic stability after three years follow-up of hyperopic laser-in-situ keratomileusis using a 500Hz excimer laser system M. Sedaghat, A. Omidtabrizi, A. Vahedi, M. Shafiee, N. Morovatdar IRAN Evaluation of Corvis ST and ocular response analyzer indices changes after laser refractive surgery K. Shavaleeva, A. Ravil RUSSIA Post LASIK changes of functional lacrimal complex in patients with ametropy D. Skrovinova, M. Hurcikova SLOVAKIA Wavefront-optimized surface treatments of refractive error in children E. Taylor, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Evaluation of three different cap thickness outcomes one year after refractive lenticule extraction ReLEx SMILE compared to femto-LASIK M. Zeinolabedin Moshref, H. Zeinolabedin Moshref, H. Moshref, F. Nader Tubeni IRAN The difference between applying alcohol or non-alcohol application of it to remove cornea epithelial layer in increasing visual improvement in patients after LASEK surgery

Miscellaneous M. Abdelmseih GERMANY Evaluation and reliability of YouTube videos for age-related macular degeneration (AMD): a warning sign! D. Aghadoost, H. Aghadoost IRAN Association between menarche and myopia: findings from a refractive surgery center, Kashan, Iran 2010 – 2015 N. Aghadoost, D. Aghadoost IRAN Biometric parameters in aduct patients with cataract in Matini Hospital of Kashan, Iran E. Ah-kee, L. Lim, V. Tanner UK A rare case of iatrogenic broken intralenticular Ozurdex™ implant A. Al-Ajeeli IRAQ Tear film abnormalities in patients with pterygium

A. Aligera LATVIA Chorioretinal atrophy after electrical injury A. Amit Gupta, T. Faisal, A. Thakur, J. Ram INDIA Comparison of gas permeable contact lenses (Rose K2) versus soft contact lenses (Kersoft) for keratoconus and their impact on quality of life M. Batur, E. Seven TURKEY Pulmonary function tests in pseudoexfoliation syndrome V. Blazquez, M. Garcia Gonzalez, J. Gros Otero, J. Garcia-Perez, I. Contreras, L. Alvarez-Rementeria SPAIN Correlation between parameters obtained with IOLMaster 500® (biometer based on interferometry) and IOLMaster 700® (biometer based on optical coherence tomography) J. Bosc, G. Jade, D. Mihu, P. Santiago FRANCE Modified McCannel and Siepser slipknot techniques for iris reconstruction using a double-armed prolene 10.0 suture D. Butu, Y. Chong, M. Ko, J. Awad, R. Cheong, A. Logeswaran UK Assessment of the quality of internet information on LASIK surgery I. Careba, I. Akram UK Evanescent non-inflammatory vascular sheathing: case report I. Casal, S. Monteiro, C. Abreu, V. Lages, P. Meneres PORTUGAL Analysis of corneal astigmatism and other biometry parameters in consecutive cataract surgery candidates H. Cheng, M. Ho, Y. Hsieh TAIWAN Short-term refractive and ocular parameter changes after topical atropine F. Chew, J. Chew UK Evaluating the difference in keratometry readings between autorefractor and IOLMaster in pre-op cataract patients G. Chichua, T. Aung, C. Khor, N. Kobakhidze GEORGIA Genetic markers of exfoliation syndrome in Georgian population P. Chong, A. Loo MALAYSIA Diabetic corneal and refraction study C. Claoué, N. Tan UK Can a single eye drop be used for a comprehensive ophthalmic examination? One size fits all: off label use of Minims™ in busy ophthalmology clinics, “Charlie’s Cocktail” J. Costa, F. Neves, C. Arede PORTUGAL Comparison of anterior chamber depth measurement between OCT, scanning-slit topography and IOLMaster biometer, in a myopic population S. Cruz, P. Rodrigues, D. Cristovao, F. Braz, C. Ornelas, J. Segurado, A. Carvalho PORTUGAL Use of EDTA in the treatment of exuberant conjunctival concretion: case report M. Davari, M. Fridouni, M. Rahimi IRAN Investigation of the role of allergies in pterygium in patients referred to the eye clinic of Vali-Asr Hospital A. de-Pablo-Cabrera, A. Ortueta, B. Sarmiento, C. Navarro-Perea, J. Torres-Pena SPAIN Dermatogenous cataracts: a case series S. Diafas, D. Kapantais, K. Stamoulas, A. Lioura, D. Panagiotou, G. Mpalanikas, P. Oikonomidis GREECE A conservative approach in a penetrating eye injury with an intraocular foreign body A. Domínguez-Vicent, J. Esteve-Taboada, A. Recchioni, R. Brautaset, R. Montes-Mico SPAIN Bandage lenses: effect on the patient’s visual performance M. Dowlut, V. Jothi, D. Fraser, S. Kamalarajah UK Quetiapine-induced phacomorphic glaucoma

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E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS D. Dutta INDIA No topical steroids after phacoemulsification: high on compliance

S. Katoch INDIA Management of recurrent pterygium: study of 102 cases

N. Elzlitni, S. Eldressi, S. Bukhatwa LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA Sutureless and glue-free conjunctival autograft for primary pterygium surgery

A. Kemeny-Beke, A. Rentka, S. Barna, I. Garai HUNGARY Dacryoscintigraphy in the measurement of tear clearance in patients with dry eye disease

E. Espejo de los Riscos, M. Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, C. Alba Linero SPAIN Ribociclib and cornea verticillata: a case report

A. Khafagy, H. Elmekawey EGYPT Refractive changes following trans-conjunctival cannulated 20 gauge sutureless vitrectomy (TC20SV)

N. Fernandez Ledo, K. Xue, S. Harvey, C. Arnison-Newgass, P. Rosen UK Benefits and challenges of nurse-led cataract preoperative assessment

H. Kim, K. Park SOUTH KOREA Prevalence and associated individual and parental factors of myopia in Korean children: the fourth and fifth Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES IV and V)

P. Galarza, E. Viteri ECUADOR Estimated prevalence of dry eye syndrome in adults assisting to out-patient area of Teodoro Maldonado Carbo Hospital from January to April 2015

O. Kolenko, V. Egorov, E. Sorokin, M. Pshenichnov, A. Khudyakov RUSSIA The development of retinal detachment after transpupillary laser retina coagulation in retinopathy of prematurity

H. Gerding SWITZERLAND Discoloration of intraocular lenses by commercially available dyes for anterior and posterior segment intraocular surgery: a metaanalysis of literature, clinical observations and laboratory results

O. Kolenko, M. Pshenichnov RUSSIA Effectiveness of different methods of retinal laser coagulation (RLC) at threshold stages of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) N. Kopsachilis, E. Hollick UK A simple technique for fibrin glue-assisted pterygium surgery with conjunctival autograft

T. Gout, E. Rostron, O. Stewart UK Referencing accuracy in ophthalmic literature: one decade later

M. Kosker, M. Acar, N. Arslan, A. Dogan, M. Alp, C. Ozisler, C. Gurdal TURKEY The effect of colchicine and M694V mutations on the ocular surface in patients with Familial Mediterranean fever (FMF)

P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Clinical consequences of MTF-focus-through curves

A. Kurt, R. Kilic TURKEY The effect of Ramadan fasting on choroidal and retinal thickness measurements: a pilot study

P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Halo and glare classification of different multifocal IOLs compared to monofocal IOL and phakic eyes

B. Lee, K. Han, R. Jun SOUTH KOREA Repeatability and reproducibility of a new optical biometer device

M. Hamurcu, M. Saricaoglu, B. Durmus TURKEY Evaluation of optic neuritis patients with Ishihara and Farnsworth-Munsell 100 hue tests M. Hamurcu TURKEY Analysis of multiple sclerosis patients with electrophysiological and structural tests K. Hashemi, M. Ladaique, S. Roemer, M. Munch, A. Kawasaki SWITZERLAND Eye color and cataract may impact seasonal symptoms and subjective sleep quality B. Heydari, G. Yaghoobi IRAN Central serous chorioretinopathy treated by a single physician with topical dorzolamid: a pilot study E. Imenova, D. Mitova BULGARIA Defining the true corneal power for IOL calculations in a post-RK patient U. Inan, O. Polat, Z. Baysal, S. Ozcan, S. Inan TURKEY Comparison of anterior segment measurements obtained by optical low coherence interferometer and corneal topography using combined Scheimpflug-placido disk T. Jaeschke, M. Ingolotti, M. Ormaechea ARGENTINA Ocular trauma: a case series study in an Argentine tertiary university hospital S. Jain, G. Saxena INDIA Are low vision aids (LVA) a boon for the curse of low vision? B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, K. Kishore, B. Kashyap INDIA Effect on corneal endothelium following intravitreal injection ranibizumab in age-related macular degeneration

S. Lee, S. Jeong, C. Cho SOUTH KOREA Reliability of a new non-invasive tear film break-up time using a keratograph A. Loo, R. Sudarno, V. Subrayan MALAYSIA Correlations between macular pigment optical density, serum lipid profile and central macular thickness G. Lopez Valverde, P. Pizarro Thompson, E. Garcia Martin, J. Larrosa Poves, V. Polo Llorens, L. Pablo Julvez SPAIN Study of the association between polymorphisms in DNA repair gene XPC and inductor of apoptosis gene p53 and pre senile cataract development M. Loureiro, T. Resse Santos, H. Morais, F. Sousa Neves, R. Rothwell, D. Meira PORTUGAL An overlap syndrome of Guillain-BarrĂŠ and Miller Fisher V. Lukic, V. Jaksic, M. Stamenkovic SERBIA The prevalence of cataract in patients with chronic renal failure undergoing hemodialysis S. Mahajan, A. Khanna, R. Om Parkash INDIA Keratoconus: a case of mistaken identity D. Makhkamova UZBEKISTAN Changes of tear in patients with ocular ischemic syndrome D. Makhkamova, M. Kasimova UZBEKISTAN Neuroprotective drugs in the treatment of ocular ischemic syndrome F. March de Ribot, P. Lopez Lizarraga, A. March de Ribot SPAIN Unusual complications secondary to eye trauma I. Medvedev, S. Bagrov, V. Evgrafov, T. Klyuvaeva, G. Neshchadim, N. Dergacheva RUSSIA Clinical laboratory parallels in patients with demodectic blepharitis at cosmecevtic use

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K. Golabchi, F. Kianersi, A. Dehghani, A. Jamshidimadad IRAN The effect of the pattern scan and conventional single spot pan retinal photocoagulation in patients with proliferative diabetic retinopathy: a randomized clinical trial


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS S. Mitra INDIA Mr Fix-It: glue in ophthalmic surgery S. Mitra INDIA No suture no glue graft fixation in conjunctival autografting for pterygium: comparison with other conventional methods S. Mitra INDIA Surgical modifications in evisceration and enucleation with porous intraorbital implants H. Morfeq, S. Milazzo, B. Jany FRANCE Atypical paediatric thyroid orbital myositis A. Moulakaki, I. Siso-Fuertes, R. Montes-Mico, H. Radhakrishnan SPAIN Assessing the dynamic postblink changes in tear film with ageing and contact lens wear J. Nekolova, P. Rozsival, N. Jiraskova CZECH REPUBLIC The Scharioth macula lens: postoperative care and its importance for best results N. Patil, R. Doctor, P. Doctor INDIA Results of patching therapy in late diagnosed adult amblyopia

E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS

N. Patil, D. Rahul INDIA Vitamin A deficiency in children in rural India D. Piñero Llorens, A. Marti­nez-Abad, R. Perez-Cambrodi, P. Ruiz-Fortes, R. Soto-Negro, A. Artola SPAIN Diagnostic ability of topography disparity and ocular residual astigmatism for the detection of clinical and subclinical keratoconus M. Post, M. Muszynska, M. Lener, P. Serrano, J. Lubinski, K. Krzystolik, W. Lubinski POLAND Serum selenium concentration is associated with the development of age-related cataract C. Rao, V. Bhandari, S. Ganesh, S. Brar, N. Shivakumar INDIA Pterygium excision with self-conjunctival autograft: a novel technique S. Rodrigues, J. Neves, I. Gomes, J. Fernandes PORTUGAL Chronic carotid cavernous fistula: a case report A. Rodriguez, J. Alio del Barrio, A. Almoyna, J. Alió SPAIN Experimental model of limbal stem cell deficiency in rabbits A. Rodriguez, J. Alió SPAIN New development of pigments for keratopigmentation: an experimental study A. Rodriguez, S. Gisbert, J. Alió SPAIN Navi Blef® intensice care: in-vitro demodex test P. Sandhu, V. Gangwani UK Audit to monitor best practice in preoperative intraocular lens (IOL) selection and documentation for phacoemulsification surgery T. Sarenac Vulovic, M. Petrovic Janicijevic, S. Sreckovic, N. Petrovic, K. Janicijevic, S. Jovanovic, D. Todorovic SERBIA Frequency of pseudoexfoliation material among patients recruited for cataract surgery

I. Sheriff, E. Yonova, O. Kailani, J. Thompson, C. Hammond, O. Mahroo UK Exploring inter-ocular asymmetry in corneal power from biometry measurements of a large cataract cohort V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Macula capillary perfusion evaluation with spectral domain OCT and its correlation to HbA1C levels and clinical duration of diabetes mellitus S. Srinivasan, G. Scharioth, A. Riehl, I. Tanev, P. Rozsival, F. Balta, E. van Acker UK Implantation of Scharioth macula lens in patients with age-related macular degeneration: results of a prospective European multicenter clinical trial E. Stangogianni, C. Stangogianni GREECE Subconjunctival bevacizumab injections combined with conjunctival autograft for primary pterygium excision N. Széll, Z. Sohajda, A. Boross HUNGARY Clinical results with scleral reinforcement: past and present T. Tandogan, G. Sauder, K. Ewald, R. Khoramnia, C. Choi, G. Auffarth GERMANY Analysis of aphakic intraoperative aberrometry in comparison with preoperative biometric information T. Tandogan, T. Neuhann, R. Neuhann, R. Khoramnia, C. Choi, G. Auffarth GERMANY Intraoperative aberrometry as quality assurance: final refraction check during cataract surgery after IOL implantation A. Tzamalis, N. Chalvatzis, I. Tsinopoulos, P. Brazitikos, S. Dimitrakos, M. Talias GREECE The implementation of closed consolidated medical bills (KEN / Diagnosis Related Groups-DRGs) in ophthalmology field in Greece M. Ullrich, S. Schuschitz, N. Hirnschall, B. Doller, K. Kefer, R. Varsits, O. Findl AUSTRIA Computer-based tutorial as a supportive means to enhance quality and efficiency of the informed consent process for cataract surgery V. Veerwal, J. Goyal, P. Jain, N. Meel INDIA Spontaneous subluxation of crystalline lens in pigment dispersion syndrome: a case report P. Verdaguer, M. Morral, D. Elies, O. Gris, F. Manero, J. Güell SPAIN Unilateral iris-claw intraocular lens implantation for aphakia: a paired-eye study V. Vrijman, I. van der Meulen, C. Nieuwendaal, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Spontaneous posterior capsule rupture and lens luxation in a mentally retarded young man G. Yaghoobi, B. Heydari IRAN Subacute bilateral hypopyonic uveitis: a pan uveitis in Behcet diseases

G. Scharioth GERMANY First experience with new indications for Scharioth macula lens

S. Yeh, T. Ho, Y. Tsao TAIWAN Pigment epithelial-derived factor peptide facilitates the regeneration of a functional limbus in rabbit partial limbal deficiency

S. Scholtz, T. Wrzesinski, D. Stirton, U. Pfisterer, F. Krogmann, G. Auffarth GERMANY If you hear my “Voy” – take care! On the history of football for the blind

E. Yuksel, E. Ozdemir, N. Mammadova, M. Ozmen, I. Hepsen, K. Bilgihan TURKEY Clinical outcomes: a cost-effective sutureless scleral fixation technique without using fibrin glue

S. Scholtz, B. Lingelbach, F. Krogmann, G. Auffarth GERMANY 'Mystery is in the eye of the beholder': on the history of the 'Haidinger’s Brushes'

W. Zhou, A. Stojanovic NORWAY Assessment of refractive astigmatism and simulated therapeutic refractive surgery strategies in coma-like aberrations-dominant corneal optics

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H. Akçam, E. Karaca, F. Uzun, R. Yayuspayi TURKEY Neutrophil lymphocyte ratio in vernal keratoconjunctivitis

M. Palamar TURKEY Anterior segment evaluation in unilateral oculodermal melanocytosis

A. Aubakirova, E. Dzhumataev, A. Magazova KAZAKHSTAN Shortening of levator by infolding in blepharoptosis surgery

D. Panagiotou, K. Stamoulas, A. Lioura, A. Chranioti, S. Maloutas, P. Oikonomidis GREECE Corneal melonoma: a rare case report

K. Belkhadir, O. Cherkaoui, M. Hmidchat, A. Amazouzi, K. Senouci, R. Daoudi MOROCCO Bilateral and necrotizing scleritis in a late-onset cutaneous porphyria: case report

C. Pinto Herrera, A. Blasco Alberto, F. Mesa Lugo, M. Sanchez Garcia, D. Angel Pereira, D. Perera Sanz SPAIN Cavernous carotid giant aneurism: what is the ophthalmologist’s role?

J. Bosc, G. Jade, P. Santiago, J. Bosc FRANCE Surgical excision of bilateral persistent pupillary membrane

R. Pirvulescu, D. Buciumeanu, V. Dide, G. Simion, A. Vladareanu, A. Popa Cherecheanu ROMANIA Ocular and orbital onset in an extended malignant non-Hodgkin lymphoma

A. Calle, B. Sarmiento Torres, J. Torres Pena, C. Navarro Perea, L. Hernandez Pereira, A. Ortueta Olartecoechea, A. De Pablo Cabrera SPAIN Severe ocular pemphigoid treated with a combination therapy of intravenous immunoglobulin and rituximab

A. Salehi IRAN Simultaneous presentation of four different ocular manifestations of Wegener's granulomatosis in one eye: a case report

L. Chow, A. Ng, K. Shih HONG KONG A cross-sectional study on chronic ocular manifestations of Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and toxic epidermal necrolysis (TEN) in Chinese eyes: a 15 year case series

D. Schaumberg, M. Fridman, K. Farrand, I. Stillman USA Comorbidities and concomitant medications in dry eye disease: findings from a large population survey

M. Cigales, J. Hoyos-Chacon, J. Hoyos SPAIN Topographic and refractive changes after pterygium surgery

A. Sharifi, S. Kianfar, H. Sharifi IRAN Pathologic evaluation of pterygium in Shafa medical center of Kerman

M. Gessa, C. Diaz-Ruiz, R. Angeles-Figueroa, I. Relimpio SPAIN The challenge of ligneous conjunctivitis: use of synthetic dura mater and topical enhanced heparin O. Giasin, T. Young-Zvandasara, M. Elmi, M. Muhtaseb UK Development of scleromalacia with ectasia in acanthamoeba keratitis A. Gkounta, S. Souki, E. Mavrikakis, I. Papaefthymiou, T. Papadaki GREECE Surgical management and use of 5-Fluorouracil in pyogenic granuloma after primary pterygium surgery L. Gontijo BRAZIL Allergic pigmentation H. Hsu TAIWAN Atypical Rosai-Dorfman disease with lacrimal gland involvement N. İsmayilova, B. Yaman, M. Palamar TURKEY Ocular surface squamous neoplasia in a liver transplant recipient on immunosuppressive therapy E. Kanonidou, G. Karagiannidis-Stampoulis, P. Kalouda, N. Lakidis, I. Kamaras, G. Sakkias GREECE Ocular surface disease in patients with Parkinson's disease A. Karatepe Hashas, O. Altunel, E. Sevinc, N. Duru, B. Alabay, Y. Altuner Torun TURKEY Evaluations of corneas and anterior segments in eyes with coeliac disease in paediatric population A. Karatepe Hashas, H. Arifoglu, Y. Yuce, N. Duru, D. Ulusoy, G. Zararsiz TURKEY Evaluations of corneas in eyes with isolated iris coloboma N. Lomi, K. Bhutia, P. Singh, K. Pradhan INDIA Phthiriasis palpebrarum: an uncommon cause of blepharoconjunctivitis J. Moore, E. Pazo, R. McNelly, T. Moore, O. Richoz, A. Nesbit UK Eye massage: impact on clinical signs and quality of vision (QOV)

I. Singh USA Impact on patient satisfaction with laser vitreolysis in a general ophthalmology community O. Tumanova, I. Medvedev, N. Dergacheva RUSSIA Efficacy of intravitreal injection of dexamethasone implant (Ozurdex) in patient with macular edema after retinal vein occlusion

Orbis: Treatment and Prevention of Blindness in the Developing World M. Al-Amry, H. Al-Ghadeer, A. Al-Qethami SAUDI ARABIA Severe ocular injury after trauma by paintball gun pellets K. Bhutia, N. Lomi, K. Pradhan, P. Singh INDIA The miracle of intravenous methylprednisolone in a case blinded due to ethambutol toxic optic neuropathy A. El Aswad, J. Alio EGYPT Treatment of surgical dormant epithelial defects with new autologous platelet-rich plasma M. Shaeri, F. Rangraz Jeddi, H. Akbari IRAN Ocular complications in trauma patients admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) I. Signes-Soler, J. Javaloy, G. Munoz, R. Montes-Mico, R. Montalban, T. Moya SPAIN Are cataract patients willing to pay for the surgery in developing countries? V. Surong, S. Saikia INDIA Causes of ocular injuries and community awareness in Meghalaya (North East state of India)

N. Nassiri, M. Shahriary, F. Assarzadegan, K. Sheibani, A. Abolhassani, H. Norouzi IRAN Vitamin B12 deficiency as a cause of neurotrophic keratopathy

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Ocular Pathologies


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS Phakic IOLs

Posterior Capsule Opacification

J. Cazal, G. Munoz Ruiz, F. Sanchez Fabo SPAIN Toric Artiflex™ decentration: how to handle it

M. Elçioğlu, F. Altin, B. Arslan TURKEY Central corneal thickness changes following Nd:YAG laser posterior capsulotomy

Q. Chen, Q. Zeng CHINA Sizing of implantable collamer lens in eyes with small cornea E. Coskunseven, B. Kayhan, A. Koc Akbay, O. Sahin, I. Pallikaris TURKEY The effect of implantable collamer lens on corneal, internal and total aberrations of the eye

G. Hawlina, P. Gregorcic, B. Drnovsek Olup SLOVENIA In vivo and in vitro study of the total pulse energy needed for Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy K. Ishii, N. Kurita, Y. Kato JAPAN A study of posterior capsule opacity of various 1-piece acrylic intraocular lenses

T. Fernandes, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Posterior segment ICL V4C phakic lens: visual and refractive results at 12 and 24 months of follow-up

B. Kaçmaz, F. Akay TURKEY Evaluation of the anterior segment parameters after Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy: effect of the acrylic intraocular lens design

S. Galvez-Carvajal SPAIN Implantation of ArtiflexTM phakic IOL for high myopia: safety of the procedure

C. Leydolt, S. Schriefl, D. Schartmueller, R. Menapace AUSTRIA Impact of optic material on posterior capsule opacification and YAG laser capsulotomy rate: acrylic vs silicone

A. Hasan EGYPT Anterior chamber foldable phakic IOL: safety and efficacy

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S. Hashemian IRAN Long-term outcomes and complications of posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens implantation for the correction of high myopia and astigmatism in keratoconic patients (5 year study) A. Koc Akbay, E. Coskunseven, B. Kayhan, I. Pallikaris TURKEY How safe and effective is collagen copolymer toric phakic intraocular lens implantation in high hyperopia and astigmatism: 2 years results P. Meier, F. Majo, P. Othenin-Girard, C. Bergin, I. Guber SWITZERLAND Complications and refractive outcomes after combined intraocular collamer lens explantation and phacoemulsification with intraocular lens implantation M. Nagy, W. Abdelghaffar EGYPT Anterior chamber changes after implantable contact lens implantation in high myopia

Presbyopia K. Ditzen GERMANY Hyperopic binocular correction for presbyopia J. Esteve-Taboada, M. Aloy, P. Mimica, J. Adsuara, R. Montes-Mico SPAIN A new approach of cues related with accommodation J. Esteve-Taboada, R. Montes-Mico, P. Bernal, A. del Aguila-Carrasco, T. Ferrar-Blasco SPAIN Effect of phenylephrine hydrochloride in the accommodative system of the human eye S. Guy, K. Mc Donald BELGIUM Comparison of three multifocal intraocular lenses: single-center study

N. Pinto Ferreira, M. Faria, M. Canastro, J. Pinto PORTUGAL 'Phakic' foldable iris claw IOL for correction of aphakia in a high myopic

K. Stonecipher USA Patient satisfaction in presbyopia correction: single-site assessment of bilateral VisAbilityTM implanted patients in a multicenter clinical trial

R. Pinto Proença, G. Neri Pires, L. Costa, A. Santos, J. Ferreira, J. Cunha PORTUGAL Phakic intraocular lenses vs clear lens extraction: a prospective study

D. Teenan UK Visual outcomes of a segmented bifocal IOL combined with an accommodating IOL

S. Soria, A. Chialvo, M. Canepa, P. Coccaro, P. Guerena, A. Bejarsky, N. Feola ARGENTINA Posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens for hyperopia between years 2006 – 2015 A. Ten, V. Kim, I. Remesnikov, Y. Mesheryakova KAZAKHSTAN Comparison of VF-14 scores among different surgical methods to correct myopia L. Tsetim, T. Sorum, A. Deka INDIA Combined phakic IOL implantation and strabismus surgery: a case report X. Wang, X. Chen, H. Miao, X. Zhou CHINA Comparison of early changes in vault after posterior chamber phakic implantable collamer lens with and without a central hole (ICL V4 and ICL V4c) implantation and the factors affecting vault J. Zhou CHINA The impact of positioning Visian ICL with central flow 45 degree counter clockwise from the horizontal axis to the vault after implantation

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C. Van de Pol USA Comparison of the Pulfrich phenomenon in presbyopic patients with a small-aperture inlay or a small-aperture contact lens L. Vejarano COLOMBIA PresbV Tears: non-invasive solution for presbyopia

Pseudophakic IOLs: Accommodative J. Alió, A. Simonov, A. Angelov, J. Angelov, M. Rombach SPAIN Defocus curve and objective accommodation with the Akkolens Lumina accommodative intraocular lens


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M. Alexik SLOVAKIA Cataract extraction with bilateral WIOL-CF polyfocal bioanalogic lens implantation in patients with maculopathy R. Ang PHILIPPINES Long-term prospective study to evaluate the visual outcomes after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery and bilateral implantation of a polyfocal bioanalogic intraocular lens D. Black, E. Perrin AUSTRALIA Evaluation of reading speed with an extended-range-of-vision presbyopia-correcting intraocular lens C. Canovas, A. Alarcon, R. Rosen, M. van der Mooren, H. Weeber, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Tolerance to astigmatism evaluated for different IOL designs B. Giers, R. Khoramnia, S. Liebing, T. Tandogan, T. Rabsilber, G. Auffarth GERMANY Clinical experiences with a new extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens N. Grada, F. Ruefer, M. Poelzl, D. Holland GERMANY Clinical results after implantation of a EDOF IOL (Lentis Comfort, LS13-MF15, Oculentis) with a near addition of 1,5dpt in 66 eyes with a follow-up of three months A. Hamid, A. Sokwala UK Visual performance of three presbyopia-correcting intraocular lenses A. Hamid UK Comparison of visual performance of the Symfony IOL in virgin eyes versus those that have undergone previous laser vision correction (LVC) F. Howes, L. Howes, M. Du Rieu AUSTRALIA TECNIS® Symfony extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens R. Mach, M. Mohamad, R. Chaloupka CZECH REPUBLIC 6 months visual outcomes after implantation of polyfocal, bioanalogic intraocular lens P. Neves, I. Matias, M. Santos, D. Martins PORTUGAL Enlarged depth-of-focus IOLs for post-radiation therapy cataract surgery: review of 2 clinical cases M. Pande, E. Proudfoot, A. Bourne UK Functional vision comparison of trifocal and extended-rangeof-vision IOLs W. Riha AUSTRIA Clinical outcomes after implantation of a small aperture extended-depth-of-focus IOL: 3 month results S. Robbie, A. Priovolou, J. Tabernero, P. Artal, M. Qureshi UK Induction of transitional compound vision for macular disease by implantation of a novel intraocular lens: a pilot study P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Comparison of clinical results of new polyfocal vs monofocal IOL A. Vergamota, J. Silva, C. Carapinha, J. Batista, C. Marques PORTUGAL Comparative study of visual function after implantation of 2 different IOLs: tri 839MP (trifocal) and ZXR00 (extended-range-of-vision)

Pseudophakic IOLs: Monofocal E. Fernandez, P. Artal SPAIN Wide-angle and achromatic refractive intraocular lens V. Huerva, L. Canto SPAIN Myopic phakic iris-claw lens for correction of late in-the-bag IOL complex dislocation P. Klonowski, A. Prokopiuk, J. Mackiewicz, R. Rejdak POLAND Retinal image quality after 1,4mm BIMICS and 1,8mm BIMICS surgery with implantation of MJ14 modern MICS IOL A. Osinga, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Evaluation of a new capsulotomy fixated aspheric IOL after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) O. Reitblat, A. Levy, G. Kleinmann, E. Assia ISRAEL Comparison of two optical biometry devices C. Rosario, C. Palacio Pastrana MEXICO Changes in circadian cycle in patients undergoing cataract surgery with intraocular lens implant I. Singh USA Clinical comparison of scratch resistance between two different common intraocular lenses K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS A 2 year follow-up study of a fully preloaded hydrophobic acrylic IOL

Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal S. Akkaya Turhan, E. Toker TURKEY Evaluation of contrast sensitivity and quality of life after implantation of 2 multifocal intraocular lens models D. Alanis Cabrera, K. Zuniga Posselt, F. Solorio Martinez, D. Zamora de la Cruz, M. Garzon, E. Chavez Mondragon MEXICO PhysIOL® (FineVision) vs PanOptix® (Alcon): a comparative observational study in high grade aberration pattern after phacoemulsification cataract surgery in a sample of Mexican population P. Alfaiate Pereira, J. Costa, A. Rosa, E. Almeida, R. Araujo, F. Rito, J. Murta PORTUGAL Multifocal IOL position at 1 and 6 months evaluated with ray tracing technology G. Alvarez, C. Martin, Z. Del Campo, V. Amias, J. Mauricio, J. Costa-Vila SPAIN Visual outcomes of a toric trifocal diffractive intraocular lens B. Ameline, P. Barale, L. Trinh, C. Baudouin, M. Camut, A. Bayle FRANCE Experience of a preloaded rotationally asymmetric refractive toric lens E. Assia, A. Levy ISRAEL Clinical experience with trifocal and trifocal-toric intraocular lenses F. Bartol-Puyal, G. Gimenez-Calvo, P. Talavero-Gonzalez, I. Altemir-Gomez, J. Larrosa-Poves, V. Polo-Llorens, L. Pablo-Julvez SPAIN Quality of life perception and reading quality after implantation of multifocal and monofocal intraocular lenses G. Boutillier, B. Cochener FRANCE Last generation of trifocal intraocular lens (IOL) for optimized visual performances

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Pseudophakic IOLs: Enlarged-Depth-of-Focus


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS M. Cabanas, R. Ruiz-Mesa, A. Abengozar-Vela SPAIN Visual outcomes of a new trifocal intraocular lens and its comparison with a full diffractive lens and an extended-rangeof-vision intraocular lens

M. Holzer, V. Friederich, J. Eisenmenger, S. Laupp, G. Auffarth, B. Thomas GERMANY Functional outcomes of two trifocal intraocular lenses with different intermediate focal distances

R. Carneiro de Freitas, T. Monteiro, F. Faria Correia, N. Franqueira, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Optical quality and refractive results comparison between two intraocular lenses in cataract surgery: monofocal spherical and bifocal low add aspheric IOL

S. Huebsch, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Introduction of a new diffractive trifocal intraocular lens: comparison with a former diffractive trifocal IOL

F. Cheong, E. Hiew MALAYSIA Early experience with a new single piece diffractive trifocal intraocular lens R. Cobo-Soriano, J. Baviera, J. Ortega-Usobiaga, R. Bilbao-Calabuig, J. Beltran SPAIN Multifocal IOLs for post-LASIK eyes: does the same IOL fit post-myopic and post-hyperopic corneas? B. Cochener, C. Zagnoli FRANCE Comparative evaluation of three multifocal IOLs of new generation

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J. Cristóbal, P. Casa, E. Minguez, M. Del Buey, C. Palomino SPAIN Objective and subjective visual performance of multifocal implants: trifocal technology versus elongated focus N. Dedhia, H. Parikh, S. Dedhia, R. Dedhia INDIA Trifocal IOLs as solution to spectacle independence post cataract surgery A. Dmitriew, K. Korzel, E. Jadowska, P. Krzywicki POLAND Early results with Alcon PanOptix: visual outcomes and quality of life 3 months after implantation

M. Ilavska SLOVAKIA Polyfocal intraocular lens and correction of presbyopia cataract surgery: one year follow-up I. Irman Grcar, M. Irman, R. Grcar SLOVENIA Near mini monovision with multifocal intraocular lens implantation A. Ivashina, N. Korshunova, M. Gulyayev, V. Neyasov, V. Malyshev RUSSIA Patient satisfaction and visual function after bilateral pseudophakia: multifocal IOL for one eye and monofocal IOL for second eye E. Juhasz, G. Sandor, K. Kranitz, I. Kovacs, A. Dunai, Z. Nagy HUNGARY Effect of multifocal intraocular lens implantation on the eye’s higher order abberations E. Karmiris, A. Diagourtas, D. Papaconstantinou GREECE Long-term clinical outcomes obtained with bilateral implantation of a multifocal intraocular lens through two types of corneal incision

S. Escandón-García, F. Ribeiro, J. Gonzalez-Meijome PORTUGAL Light distortion and quality of vision in binocular implantation of three different IOLs for presbyopia correction

R. Khoramnia, S. Liebing, T. Tandogan, C. Choi, G. Auffarth GERMANY Impact of the near addition on the optical quality of diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses: an analysis at the optical bench

J. Esteve-Taboada, S. García-Lázaro, T. Ferrer-Blasco, M. Diez-Ajenjo, A. Dominguez-Vicent SPAIN In vitro optical quality evaluation of diffractive IOLs using a chromatic kit

J. Kim, M. Song, A. Yoo, J. Park, M. Kim, H. Tchah SOUTH KOREA Comparison of visual outcomes after implantation of two types of asymmetric refractive intraocular lens in Korean eye

L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto, C. Lisa, L. Fernandez-Vega Sanz, R. Montes-Mico, J. Alfonso SPAIN Refractive lensectomy with bilateral implant of a new diffractive trifocal lens S. Garcia-Delpech, L. Remon, A. Hervas, P. Udaondo, J. Monsoriu, W. Furlan SPAIN A new multifocal intraocular lens: improving the depth-offocus with a fractal profile N. Garzon Jimenez, D. Medel, A. Gonzalez, A. Matamoros, E. Lopez-Artero, J. Lopez, A. Martinez-Amat SPAIN In vivo defocus curve comparison for 9 pseudophakic multifocal intraocular lenses T. Grover, A. Braganza, R. Shetty, V. Kharbanda INDIA Spherical aberrations, angle kappa, angle alpha and satisfaction levels in patients implanted with bilateral diffractive aspheric multifocal intraocular lenses A. Gurbaxani UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Objective and subjective outcome of Zeiss AT LISA trifocal lens implantation J. Gyory, E. Madar HUNGARY Long-term functional and morphological outcomes and patient satisfaction after cataract surgery with progressive apodised diffractive multifocal intraocular lens (PAD-Mf-IOL) implantation with/without posterior central circular capsulorhexis (PCCC)

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T. Kohnen, M. Boehm, M. Herzog, K. Petermann, S. Roestel, E. Hemkeppler, F. Hengerer GERMANY Three month follow-up of visual outcomes after implantation of a segmental refractive multifocal intraocular lens R. Lapid-Gortzak, J. van der Linden, C. Nieuwendaal, A. Abulafia, I. van der Meulen THE NETHERLANDS Comparison of a trifocal hydrophobic IOL and a trifocal hydrophilic IOL R. Lapid-Gortzak, J. van der Linden, C. Nieuwendaal, I. van der Meulen, A. Abulafia THE NETHERLANDS Initial results with a new trifocal diffractive hydrophobic IOL E. Law, R. Aggarwal, H. Kasaby, H. Buckhurst, P. Buckhurst UK Investigation into the clinical outcomes of aspheric, hydrophilic acrylic trifocal intraocular lens J. Loicq, D. Gatinel BELGIUM Refractive and diffractive contribution of linear chromatic aberration (LCA) on depth-of-focus with trifocal intraocular lenses (IOLs) O. Martinez, A. Martinez Palmer, D. Nahra Saad SPAIN Results of bilateral implantation of OptiVis IOL in operated patients with senile cataracts R. McNeely, E. Pazo, A. Nesbit, T. Moore, J. Moore UK Visual outcomes and patient satisfaction three and twelve months after implantation of a new refractive rotationally asymmetric multifocal intraocular lens


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS K. Mehta, C. Mehta INDIA Analysis of visual quality after cataract surgery with bilateral vs separate implantation a month apart of diffractive trifocal intraocular lenses

Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric

E. Mertens BELGIUM Visual and refractive outcomes of the bioanalogic, polyfocal lens WIOL-CF after 3 months follow-up

T. Chan, A. Siu, K. Meades, C. Bala AUSTRALIA A comparison between an optical biometer and an imageguided system in predicting the correct toric IOL power: a retrospective clinical review

J. Moore, E. Pazo, T. Moore, R. McNelly, O. Richoz, A. Nesbit UK Bilateral implantation of asymmetrical multifocal intraocular lens (MFIOL) for distance and near L. Paparo COLOMBIA Visual outcomes following implantation of a trifocal lens E. Pedrotti, F. Carones, R. Mastropasqua, E. Bruni, G. Marchini ITALY Comparative analysis of clinical outcomes with three different models of presbyopia-correcting intraocular lenses S. Pieh, C. Skorpik, G. Schmidinger AUSTRIA Symfony vs AT.Lisa tri V. Rakhmanov, V. Potemkin, K. Khripun, S. Astakhov, K. Morina, A. Alchinova RUSSIA Visual function and spectacle independence with multifocal aspheric intraocular lens compared to monofocal spherical and monofocal aspheric intraocular lenses V. Rasch GERMANY Multifocal or multizonal IOL, a new grouping attempt of non-monofocal IOL for patient selection: 1 year experience M. Rau GERMANY Gender difference in acceptance and satisfaction after the implantation of multifocal IOLs J. Reddy, R. Kamdar INDIA Hybrid optic new design multifocal IOL: initial results M. Rosman SINGAPORE Efficacy and refractive outcomes of a plate haptic trifocal intraocular lens in Asian eyes S. Shah, J. Wolffsohn, S. Naroo, L. Davies, T. Drew, E. Berrow, R. Gil-Cazorla UK Dysphotopsia in patients implanted with segmental bifocal intraocular lenses N. Sitompul, B. Budiman INDONESIA Visual quality improvement after trifocal intraocular lens implantation T. Soeren GERMANY Lenstec SBL-3: indications, contraindications and experience after 3 years use of a bifocal refractive IOL M. Tomita, M. Wang, M. Mita JAPAN Visual and optical performance of diffractive trifocal intraocular lenses with or without enhanced depth-of-focus vision: 6 month follow-up J. Yoon, J. Kwag, A. Yoo, H. Jeong, J. Kim, M. Kim, H. Tchah SOUTH KOREA Comparison of visual function after implantation of inferior sector shaped near addition IOLs: low add +1.5 vs +3.0D K. Zuñiga Posselt, D. Zamora de la Cruz, D. Alanis Cabrera, E. Chavez Mondragon MEXICO Visual outcomes of two multifocal intraocular lenses in Mexico City: comparative study

A. Furniturewala INDIA Pseudophakic toric IOL implantation in keratoconus S. Galvez-Carvajal, R. Luchena-Lopez, F. Ramirez-Lopez, A. Alfaro-Juarez SPAIN AcrySof® IQ toric IOL for astigmatism correction in cataract surgery
 V. Huerva, L. Canto SPAIN Artiflex toric for correction of high astigmatism in pseudophakic patients S. Kochar, S. Das, M. Kurian, S. Madhu INDIA Comparison of calculated astigmatism and predicted outcomes of various toric intraocular lens calculators K. Minami, K. Nakamura, S. Oki, H. Bissen-Miyajima JAPAN Astigmatic correction after implantation of Tecnis toric onepiece intraocular lenses: evaluating axial differences in internal astigmatism and axis mark position measurements E. Oustoglou, K. Tsaousis, R. Ionescu, M. Dermenoudi, I. Tsinopoulos GREECE Long-term refractive outcomes in patients after toric IOL implantation S. Rohrweck, G. Gomez, C. Albarran, G. Munoz SPAIN Astigmatism correction with the aspheric Precizon® toric intraocular lens in cataract surgery and refractive lensectomy A. Young, R. Kwok, K. Kam, V. Jhanji HONG KONG Clinical outcome of Rayner toric intraocular lens implantation in patients with cataract and regular corneal astigmatism

Quality of Vision Evaluation Techniques G. Balanikas, C. Marinopoulos, D. Panagiotou, D. Peirounidis, S. Diafas, V. Karampatakis, P. Economides GREECE Hermann Von Helmholtz's 'Handbuch der Physiologischen Optik' M. Gil, F. Vega, M. Varon, G. Cardona, M. Millan, J. Buil SPAIN Visual acuity and optical imaging quality in one monofocal and five diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses A. Martins, A. Rosa, E. Almeida, J. Costa, Ã. Miranda, J. Murta, M. Castelo-Branco PORTUGAL Cortical response to glare source in patients implanted with multifocal IOLs J. Salgado-Borges, H. Ferreira-Neves, L. Dias, C. Borges, S. Peixoto-de-Matos, J. Gonzalez-Meijome PORTUGAL Subjective evaluation of visual outcomes after premium intraocular lens implantation

Refractive Corneal Inlays N. Dedhia INDIA Visual outcomes of simultaneous CXL with ICRS V. Feingold USA Is wavefront analysis appropriate for inlays used in presbyopia?

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N. Miličić, I. Dekaris, A. Barisic, A. Pasalic, N. Gabric CROATIA Visual and optical performances of new trifocal intraocular lens with extended-depth-of-focus

E. Anastasi, P. Zola, M. Curatolo ITALY New aspheric toric intraocular lens for correcting astigmatism


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E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS C. Gutierrez, R. Salazar, B. Ruiz, M. Antelo SPAIN Combined implantation of a non-refractive transparent corneal inlay and implantable collamer lens for the correction of ametropia and presbyopia

M. Garcia-Gonzalez, A. Rodero, I. Rodriguez-Perez, J. Gros-Otero, J. Garcia-Perez SPAIN Bilateral acute corneal decompensation after uneventful photorefractive keratectomy (PRK)

M. Mrochen, D. Muller SWITZERLAND Corneal addition technology: limitations of endokeratophakia

C. Grupcheva, D. Grupchev, M. Radeva BULGARIA Blepharoplasty: cosmetic surgery with a refractive result

W. Riha AUSTRIA Eight year follow-up after deep pocket KAMRA inlay implantation: a case report

H. Kiss, Z. Nagy HUNGARY To fear or not to fear? Avoiding refractive surgery complications while planning and having your own PRK

Y. Shkandina RUSSIA Comparative evaluation of corneal inlay implantation results in an experimental study

J. Krüger SOUTH AFRICA Management of severe Sands of Sahara syndrome complication: a South African study

N. Trap, C. Verdoorn THE NETHERLANDS Comparison of clinical outcomes between LASIK monovision and presbyopia-correcting non-refractive hydrogel corneal inlay

N. Kuznetsova, V. Kurenkov, N. Kurenkova, S. Abramov RUSSIA Post hoc analysis of LASIK results after application of dexamethasone 0.1% in the preoperative period

C. Utine Yıldırım, Z. Ayhan, S. Yilmaz TURKEY Scheimpflug topometric parameters after intracorneal ring implantation in keratoconus

A. Lazaridis, D. Reinstein, T. Archer, W. Sekundo GREECE Refractive lenticule transplantation (RLT) for correction of iatrogenic hyperopia and high astigmatism after LASIK

A. Vega-Estrada, J. Alio, L. Brenner SPAIN Clinical outcomes of intracorneal ring segment implantation in post-LASIK ectasia according to the degree of visual limitation

H. Lin, C. Hsiao, Y. Chen TAIWAN Corneal haze and myopia regression after photorefractive keratectomy

Refractive Lens Exchange I. Blanco Domínguez, F. Duch, J. Reyes, M. Marti­SPAIN Outcomes at three months with the new multifocal lens Bi-Flex M 677MY® in refractive lens exchange surgery T. Dang, M. Chauve FRANCE Prelex: comparison between Zeiss trifocal and new Alcon PanOptix E. Eskina, V. Parshina, O. Kukleva RUSSIA Vision recovery speed after ReLEx SMILE surgery F. Göransson, U. Schonbeck SWEDEN Patient satisfaction with multifocal compared to monofocal intraocular lens implantation in refractive lens exchange procedures E. Levinger, O. Trivizki, S. Levinger ISRAEL Laser in-situ keratomileusis for residual refractive error after multifocal intraocular lens implantation in very high hyperopic patients S. Rehman, C. Thacker, C. O'Donnell, J. Dermott, A. Hartwig UK Refractive lens exchange in preoperative emmetropicpresbyopia patients Š. Skorkovská, A. Cunderlova, J. Vaverka CZECH REPUBLIC Subjective and objective visual outcomes of two types of diffractive trifocal intraocular lenses M. Wevill, J. Dermott, C. O'Donnell, A. Hartwig UK Refractive lens exchange: changes in intraocular pressure (IOP) with respect to ametropia, axial length, anterior chamber depth and white-to-white diameter

Refractive Surgery Complications M. Acar, M. Kosker, N. Arslan, A. Sanal Dogan, C. Gurdal TURKEY A patient with herpes simplex virus keratitis after LASIK R. Elghoneimi EGYPT Topo-guided vs optimized touch up for a 16 years LASIK: a case report

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J. Machat CANADA Management of complications associated with small aperture corneal inlays A. Martinez-Lajara, L. Gil Fernandez, G. Garcia Guzman, J. Mobayed SPAIN Strabismus and binocular vision after refractive surgery A. Mishra INDIA Diffuse lamellar keratitis: management dilemma in advanced stage P. Morales, A. Camos-Carreras, F. Spencer, P. Diaz, J. Torras SPAIN Late-onset diffuse lamellar keratitis 15 years after laser in situ keratomileusis N. Pasikova, M. Bikbov, A. Bikbulatova RUSSIA Long-term state of corneal endothelial cells after radial keratotomy A. Rodero, M. Teus, I. Rodriguez, E. Arranz, C. Bouza SPAIN Changes in the retinal nerve fiber layer thickness after femtosecond-LASIK and surface ablation performed to correct myopia M. Senjab BAHRAIN Post-PRK ectasia S. Taneri, S. Oehler, B. Dick GERMANY Corneal ectasia after LASIK combined with corneal cross-linking

Refractive Surgery New Techniques/ Instrumentation/Devices K. Baig, A. Goulet, Y. Yang, E. Santiago, N. Noordeh CANADA Comparison of three different aberrometers for measurement of optical aberrations K. Baig, Y. Yang, E. Santiago, N. Noordeh, J. Compan CANADA Visual outcomes of hemi-Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (hemi-DMEK) N. Davey, V. Semilis, N. Davey GREECE Trans-epithelial photorefractive keratectomy (TransPRK) outcomes with Schwind Amaris using SmartPulseTechnology (SPT)


E-POSTER PRESENTATIONS A. Fadlallah, E. Chelala LEBANON Cone surface measurement using Image J Software®: new evaluation method for keratoconus progression

M. El Aswad, J. Alio, A. Vega EGYPT Anterior corneal surface aberrations and asphericity following LASIK by optimised ablation profile for high hyperopia up to +8.5D

S. Goel, S. Mukherjee INDIA To evaluate the rotational stability of Visian toric ICL using ray tracing technology

A. Illarionova, K. Kotliar RUSSIA Modern transpalpebral scleral tonometry in individuals with and without keratophotorefractive intervention

A. Gulani USA Retrospective analysis of an ocular sealant for wound closure in post-radial keratotomy cataract patients

H. Norouzi, K. Sheibani, N. Nassiri IRAN Study of refractive outcomes after PRK among patients with hypertropia older than 50 years

K. Gundersen NORWAY The new PanOptix™ trifocal IOL: clinical results of the first 100 eyes implanted

J. Reyes-Torres, F. Duch Mestres, I. Blanco Dominguez, M. Marti SPAIN PRK, LASIK and femtoLASIK: one year visual outcomes

D. Hamilton, N. Wu USA New technique to reduce incidence of opaque bubble layer formation (OBL) during LASIK flap creation using VisuMax femtosecond laser

A. Roszkowska, A. Signorino, C. Cali, M. Urso, P. Aragona ITALY Efficacy and safety of PRK in adult patients with anisometropic amblyopia

J. Katz USA Newly designed incisional system provides improved results in scleral implant surgery for treatment of presbyopia L. Kiraly, J. Stange, K. Kunert GERMANY Comparison of central corneal thickness and corneal power measurements using the new IOLMaster 700, Pentacam HR, iDesign and Cirrus HD-OCT L. Laroche, O. Levy, P. Loriaut, N. Bouheraoua, C. Temstet, L. Jouve, V. Borderie FRANCE A new combined technique of deep intrastromal arcuate keratotomy with in situ keratomileusis (DIAKIK) for the treatment of high naturally occurring astigmatism J. Lyra, G. Ribeiro, A. Machado, R. Ambrosio Jr, I. Ramos BRAZIL Data integration: key to improve decision-making process in refractive surgery preoperative evaluation G. Pamel, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Objective digitized evaluation of cyclorotation compensation vs none in topography-guided excimer laser corneal refractive treatments P. Patel, A. Gulani INDIA Corneal scars: a refractive surgery! S. Ramamurthy, C. Ramamurthy INDIA Comparative analysis of efficacy of combining photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) with cross-linking versus standard PRK M. Rechichi, M. Zagari, S. Zagari, M. Ferrise, T. Pellegrino, G. Bona ITALY Transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy for the management of post-LASIK refractive errors

E. Sunay, F. Helvacioglu, O. Kavalcioglu, T. Akin, A. Akyurt TURKEY Long-term outcomes of corneal modulation with excimer laser for simultaneous correction of presbyopia and ametropia

Training and Innovation in Education A. Braganza INDIA Comprehensive assessment of phacoemulsification surgery training using the combined Najjar-Awwad and Oscar scores N. Collins, T. Murphy, M. Hickey-Dwyer IRELAND 20 years of ophthalmic surgical training opportunities in an Irish teaching hospital: 1995 to 2015, what has changed? R. Eltanamly, M. Youssef, H. Elmekewey EGYPT Can virtual reality surgical simulator improve the performance of the non-dominant hand of ophthalmic surgeons? D. Hari Sakti, W. Widyandana, I. Tri Mahayana, W. Gunawan, H. Yudono INDONESIA The effectiveness of paediatric ophthalmology training using flipchart in community: university area vs urban area L. Lee, S. Wiryasaputra, Z. Thng SINGAPORE How a Singapore residency programme successfully incorporated simulator training into its cataract training module Y. Nakai JAPAN Detection of non-metallic intraocular foreign bodies by using a super-wide-angle fundus camera P. Pantola, M. Khan, P. Muollick INDIA To study the difficulty level of various steps in manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS) among ophthalmology trainees and measures that can be taken to reduce the learning curve

S. Taneri, S. Oehler, B. Dick GERMANY Small incision lenticule extraction and LASIK in low myopia

J. Wawrzynski, V. Zygoura, B. Paul UK The Queen’s Hospital model for simulated anterior vitrectomy: a pilot study of a novel wetlab training tool amongst UK ophthalmology residents

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D. Widyandana, A. Agni, A. Supartoto INDONESIA A pilot project to develop online progress test for ophthalmology residents as an innovation to prepare national board examination

A. Amit Gupta, A. Thakur, J. Ram INDIA Elliptical versus conventional circular flaps in femtosecond LASIK surgery H. Chung, J. Bhamra, E. Sanders CANADA Current opinions on corrective refractive surgery K. Ditzen GERMANY Limits in hyperopic corneal refractive surgery

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S. Holland, D. Lin, S. Mosquera CANADA Early result of topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy for keratoconus


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VIDEO COMPETITION Videos can be viewed on the eTerminals located in the Poster Village VIDEO AWARDS SESSION Sunday 11 September 14.00 – 16.00 Hall C1 In addition to the overall Michael Blumenthal Award, prizes will be awarded in the following categories: - Educational - Innovative - Resident in Training - Scientific - Special Cases In order to receive the prize, winners must be present at the Awards Session.

A. Agarwal INDIA Extrusion cannula-assisted levitation of an IOL (ECAL)

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A. Agarwal INDIA Minimally invasive micro sclerostomy (MIMS) A. Agarwal INDIA Trocar AC maintainer A. Agarwal INDIA Twinzilla P. Agarwal, N. Prateek INDIA Phacoemulsification in pre-existing posterior capsule rupture post intravitreal Avastin A. Agrawal INDIA Cataract surgery complicated by post kerato-refractive surgery irregular astigmatism V. Agrawal INDIA Vitrector-assisted posterior capsulotomy in congenital cataract surgery D. Alanis Cabrera, F. Solorio Martinez MEXICO Intraocular foreign body R. Alcubierre, C. Moser, M. Lecumberri, M. Ferran SPAIN Managing complications in manual small incision cataract surgery: pearls and pitfalls A. Amit Gupta, A. Thakur, J. Ram INDIA Sutureless lamellar corneal grafts for treating corneal melt following INTACS M. Amro, E. Jarade, S. el-Khoury LEBANON Combined excision of deep corneoscleral dermoid cyst and deep lamellar keratoplasty in a 3-year old boy

P. Baenninger, M. Schmid SWITZERLAND ICL explantation combined with simultaneous femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery B. Bagga, A. Bagdi, S. Ravuri INDIA Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: techniques and challenges B. Bagga, A. Bagdi, S. Ravuri INDIA Management of Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) and its sequelae S. Balal, A. Sharma, N. Nesaratnam, N. Gnanapragasam, J. Massie, J. Than UK Anterior capsule and cortical lens discolouration with intracameral phenylephrine during cataract surgery A. Balamoun EGYPT Anterior segment challenging during planned vitrectomy for false vitreous haemorrhage S. Banerjee, A. Mohanta INDIA Back from the edge of an abyss A. Belshi, B. Kambo ALBANIA The outcomes of phacoemulsification in pseudoexfoliation hard cataracts with small pupil P. Bhasin INDIA All is well that ends well S. Bhattacharjee INDIA B-HEX: pupil expansion redefined A. Bhaumik, S. Mitra INDIA Two in one: combining SF IOL and glued IOL M. Bhogal UK Dealing with a tough blow: phakic IOL removal, phacoemulsification, primary posterior CCC, IOL insertion and iris circlage…my most challenging case as a trainee M. Bhogal, B. Allan, J. Mehta UK Graft viability in endothelial keratoplasty: new tools to assess cell damage at all stages of transplantation D. Boccuzzi, V. Orfeo ITALY Surgical management of corneal burn during a cataract surgery and subsequent transplantation of an amniotic membrane for a reconstruction of corneal injury D. Borroni, K. Bajracharya ITALY Cataract surgery without phaco machine: the manual small incision cataract surgery technique (MSICS) A. Braganza INDIA Salvaging a blow out: perfecting outcomes after a posterior polar cataract with an endoilluminator and a posterior rhexis S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA Negotiating the learning curve in refractive lenticule extraction: beginner’s perspective

D. Anwar, S. Kim IRAQ Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty using blunt-tipped scissors (Scissors DALK)

D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Individualized patient care with different variants of blended vision: the Duesseldorf formula

B. Armstrong USA O’Day slit lamp instructional video

M. Cadena-Torres, S. Peniche-Moreno, R. Lechuga MEXICO Phacoemulsification cataract surgery gone wild

G. Auffarth, P. Merz, C. Choi, B. Giers GERMANY CSI Heidelberg: unfolding the characteristics of preloaded IOL systems

M. Calatayud, J. Puig, L. Bisbe, S. Martin Nalda SPAIN Managing vitreous wicking syndrome with intraoperative ocular coherence tomography (i-OCT) in Descemet´s stripping automated keratoplasty (DSAEK)

R. Badaro BRAZIL Cruisin´ thru the stormy cornea

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M. Calatayud, S. Martin, L. Bisbe, J. Puig SPAIN Transcorneal sutures in DSAEK, when and how to perform them: our experience with the first cases


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M. Canastro, F. Caiado, I. Leal, J. Pinto, P. Sens PORTUGAL LIDRS: understanding the fluid and pressure dynamics and intraoperative management A. Caporossi, L. Mosca, L. Guccione, A. Villano ITALY New surgical instruments for DMEK: personal ‘SCUBA’ notouch technique P. Cecchini, A. Perrotta, A. Cuna, D. Tognetto ITALY DSAEK in corneal decompensation after IOL-VIP system implantation in pseudophakia J. Celis Sanchez, F. Gonzalez del Valle, E. Infantes Molina, M. Pradas Gonzalez, E. Avendano Cantos, D. Mesa Varona SPAIN Bowman’s layer transplantation in a child with advanced keratoconus

A. Ćwiklińska, T. Zarnowski POLAND Keratoplasty with IOL exchange K. Dayawansa SRI LANKA Hope for sclerocornea, cataract and coloboma K. Dayawansa SRI LANKA Phacoemulsification to remove intralenticular foreign body D. de Ortueta GERMANY SmartSurface laser technique V. de Rojas, M. Alvarez, M. de la Fuente, R. Rodrigues, C. Rodriguez, S. Vina SPAIN Posterior fixation of an iris-claw IOL combined with pupilloplasty or iris cerclage suture V. de Rojas, M. Alvarez, M. de la Fuente, R. Rodrigues, C. Rodriguez, S. Vina SPAIN ‘Tuck in’ deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty for management of pellucid marginal degeneration

J. Cendelin CZECH REPUBLIC Improving the centration and sizing of the manual continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis

N. Dedhia, H. Parikh, S. Dedhia, R. Dedhia INDIA Ring-a-ring-a-Rosie: challenging INTACS case

G. Cervantes-Coste, A. Garcia Albisua, A. Lisker Cervantes, C. Corredor Ortega MEXICO Femtosecond-assisted cataract surgery

M. Depenbusch, B. Powell USA Laser-free and ultrasound-free cataract surgery in 1+ to 4+ nuclear density in 50 consecutive cataract cases

A. Chakrabarti, P. Benjamin, M. Chakrabarti INDIA Intraoperative hard eye

R. Deshmukh, Y. Shivanna, R. Shroff, R. Shetty INDIA Beat the glare with flair!

A. Chakrabarti, P. Benjamin, M. Chakrabarti INDIA Phaco chop in hard cataract: basics

V. Diakonis, S. Yoo, V. Hernandez, V. Kankariya, F. Cabot, S. Dubovy, J. Parel GREECE Femtosecond-assisted big bubble (FABB)

S. Chakrabarti, J. Sengupta INDIA Treating post penetrating keratoplasty secondary glaucoma: an educational approach I. Chan AUSTRALIA Parting the fog: a new small incision lenticule extraction technique C. Chassain FRANCE Handmade capsulorhexis R. Chaudhary INDIA My bumpy ride into the harsh world of white turgid cataract R. Chaudhary, S. Chaudhary INDIA The stupid smartphone takes on the Verion giant S. Chaudhary, A. Pandey, S. Jindal INDIA The new Pygmy 22 gauge (G) irrigation cannula: a landmark in anterior chamber stability A. Chiu, M. Roberts UK A video of a free-floating iris cyst travelling the length of anterior chamber: to treat or not to treat? S. Ch’ng, A. Brent, S. Banerjee UK Scleral fixated intraocular lens (IOL) implantation using the glue technique and repositioning of a tilted IOL C. Choi, G. Auffarth SOUTH KOREA Lenticular imaging: a new experimental analysis of capsular dynamics (Choi-Apple View) M. Cigales, J. Hoyos-Chacon, J. Hoyos SPAIN Lifting the flap over the years M. Cigales, J. Hoyos-Chacon, J. Hoyos SPAIN Why does this ICL have no vault? J. Costa, J. Marques, M. Marques, A. Martins, J. Verissimo, R. Proenca, J. Murta PORTUGAL Surgical excision of a ciliary body tumour

S. Dmytriiev, I. Grytsenko, Y. Lazar UKRAINE Advanced technology of toric IOL implantation using a complex of modern diagnostic and operating systems D. Dutta INDIA New technique of managing hypermature morgagnian cataract by scaffolding J. Ferreira Mendes, M. Domingues PORTUGAL A cataract in the posterior segment V. Figueiredo Silva, A. Lottelli Rodrigues, P. de Paula Yoneda BRAZIL Surgical management of intraocular lens implantation following removal of Soemmering ring contents M. Forlini, S. Zagari, M. Zagari, M. D’Aquino ITALY Il gattopardo (the leopard’s eye) M. Franco, F. Costales, L. Monje, P. Ibanez, J. Sanchez SPAIN Posterior polar cataract: maneuvers for a safe surgery H. Fukumitsu, S. Miraflores, F. Rodrigo, M. Merino, C. Vivo, C. Ruiz SPAIN A cataract surgery with intraoperative floppy iris syndrome (IFIS) performed with two techniques M. Gallardo USA Ab-interno canaloplasty (ABiC): a novel micro-invasive glaucoma surgery for the treatment of open-angle glaucoma with 12 months data review S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA A new design of posterior chamber intraocular lens for anterior capsule fixation A. Ganguly INDIA Trabeculectomy with iris fixation of three piece PMMA intraocular lens in grossly subluxated cataract with secondary glaucoma

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S. Canabrava, A. Diniz Filho, G. Eliazar, P. Henriques, S. Barbosa de Figueiredo, A. Rese BRAZIL A 3D printer device compared with a manufactured device


VIDEO COMPETITION S. Garcia, L. Salva Ladaria, I. Barrado SPAIN What we have learned from our experience about FLACS A. Gibbons, S. Palioura, A. Crane, E. Alfonso USA Ramon Castroviejo does it again! S. Goel INDIA Managing a subluxated IOL with glued IOL S. Goel INDIA Managing intumescent cataracts: femto versus phaco D. Goldblum, L. Hoffart, N. Gerber-Hollbach SWITZERLAND ...and a tooth for an eye: the osteo-odonto-keratoprosthesis (OOKP) procedure explained L. Gontijo BRAZIL Rigitest: corneal rigidity in numbers F. Gonzalez del Valle, J. Celis Sanchez, E. Infantes Molina, A. Nunez Sanchez, J. Galvez Martinez, A. Barrajon Rodriguez, M. Pradas Gonzalez SPAIN Capsular bag transplantation in post-traumatic aniridia and aphakia M. Guerra, S. Marques, C. Almeida, J. Silva, H. Pereira, J. Estrada, J. Arede PORTUGAL Going old school on ectopia lentis surgery

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J. Guerrero ARGENTINA An endless nightmare A. Gulani USA Laser eraser: PRK for corneal scars to 20/20 D. Gupta, D. Joshi, S. Joshi INDIA Phakic intraocular lens: gliding easy A. Hajjar, E. Salinas, R. Portilla, P. Ponton, I. Sanchez, R. Hernandez, J. Olea SPAIN A modified technique of scleral-fixated IOL insertion A. Hamid UK The use of the Duet procedure in high hyperopes S. Han, M. Park, K. Lee, SOUTH KOREA New technique: no hydro zero phaco surgery with FLACS N. Handayani INDONESIA Some difficulties during surgery by phaco beginners: learning from mistakes M. Hernandez-Barahona Campos, A. Hernandez Martinez SPAIN Ocular reconstructive surgery: third opportunity purpose D. Holland GERMANY FLACS in several dislocated lens in Marfan syndrome M. Hosny EGYPT Femtosecond-assisted anterior lamellar keratoplasty for herpetic corneal scars M. Hosny EGYPT Femtosecond-assisted DSAEK, an easier, safer and effective technique D. Ivanov, O. Shilovskikh, D. Bardasov RUSSIA Phacoemulsification technique in patients with severe zonular defects M. Izák, A. Izakova SLOVAKIA The torn off haptic S. Jacob, A. Agarwal INDIA PrEsbyopic allogenic refractive lenticule (PEARL) S. Jacobovitz BRAZIL The ‘double pit’ technique for rock hard nuclei

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S. Jacobovitz BRAZIL The ‘symmetric bimanual phacofragmentation’: a new preslice technique T. Jaeschke, O. Lopez Mato, F. Fuentes Bonthoux ARGENTINA Image-guided systems helpful to intracorneal ring segments (ICRS) E. Jarade LEBANON Simultaneous corneo-limbal autograft to restore vision in ocular surface blindness due to limbal cell deficiency and corneal scleralization A. Jhinja, A. Sinha, A. Mehrotra INDIA Different cases of subluxated cataracts managed effectively with modified capsular tension rings or segments B. John, M. Rajan, S. Mohan INDIA IOL antics S. Joshi, D. Joshi INDIA Flex your mind! B. Kandemir, N. Bulut TURKEY Combined intrascleral intraocular lens (IOL) implantation and Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) for aphakic bullous keratopathy (ABK) A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Femtosecond laser-assisted traumatic cataract, with additional secondary iris and capsular coloboma management, with sutureless lens extraction and in-the-bag toric IOL implantation A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Paediatric ectopia lentis and amblyopia management with sutureless lens extraction and iris claw aphakia IOL implantation D. Kapantais, E. Kostopoulou, D. Nanas, Z. Vasileiadis, M. Samouilidou, A. Chranioti, N. Ziakas GREECE Combined procedure of penetrating keratoplasty, open sky cataract and iridoplasty A. Kelkar, J. Kelkar, S. Chitale, R. Shah, A. Jain INDIA Challenging cases of scleral fixated IOL (scleral fixation of aniridia lens, single piece IOL, toric IOL) A. Kelkar, J. Kelkar, S. Chitale, E. Arora INDIA Incision-related complications of femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery and a simple technique to prevent them with the aid of trypan blue J. Kelkar, M. Deshmukh, A. Kelkar INDIA Management of hard cataract by modified phaco chopping technique: our experience V. Kenia, D. Shah INDIA Balancing at the edge V. Kenia, M. Shah INDIA Cliffhanger: fate still undecided Z. Khatib INDIA From darkness to light...cure cataract for sight! S. Khokhar, N. Midha, B. Mirdha, P. Kale INDIA First instar larva of Oestrus ovis: ‘caught in action’ K. Kim, W. Kim, S. Hwang SOUTH KOREA Lamellar keratoplasty: why, when and how? M. Kishimoto JAPAN New light on cavitational threats


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S. Kochar, M. Kuria INDIA Intraoperative behavior of phakic IOL: a microscope-integrated OCT study S. Kochar, S. Das, S. Shetty INDIA Step-by-step guide to stable intraocular lens fixation in ‘out of the ordinary’ situations I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE The management of pre-phthisical, post multiple retina surgery and failed keratoplasty eye with a Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis and long-term heavy silicone oil chamber fill up N. Kopsachilis, E. Hollick UK A simple technique to avoid tears in Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty graft preparation in donors with previous phacoemulsification scars T. Krishnan, S. Ramakrishnan, P. Baskaran INDIA Vacuum-assisted whole globe holder…getting back to the wetlab with a change A. Kshetrapal, A. Kshetrapal INDIA Reference marking on cornea for toric IOL using smartphone app N. Lau, R. Angunawela UK Cosmetic iris implants: the good, the bad, and the ugly B. Lin, Y. Huang, Y. Chuang, H. Chen, K. Yao, Y. Ho, P. Lin Taiwan TAIWAN Hydrodissection in the posterior capsule with focal dense white opacity and thick central plaques G. Londoño, J. Armentia, A. Matheu, I. Alarcon SPAIN Keratoplasty and retinal detachment combined surgery P. López Lizárraga, F. March de Ribot, A. March de Ribot SPAIN Unexpected retinal finding in the setting of a hardened sclerous cataract M. Mahabir INDIA Tips and tricks for post-traumatic subluxated cataractous lens A. Mahajan INDIA Canaloplasty with toric IOL implant A. Mahajan INDIA Phacoemulsification with ab externo 360 degree trabeculotomy for adult narrow angle glaucoma with failed trabeculectomy and cataract S. Mahajan, R. Om Parkash INDIA Know phacoemulsification with no hydrodissection M. Mahendra, S. Mahendra INDIA Management of postoperative occlusio pupillae after cataract surgery with underlying posterior capsular plaque J. Males, J. Tong, S. Cherepanoff AUSTRALIA SMILE rescue: delayed lenticule removal in a high myope A. Mansour, R. Antonios, I. Ahmed LEBANON Central cortical clean up with deficient zonular apparatus A. Mansour, J. Saade, W. Kheir, I. Ahmed, E. Chlala, S. Slade, A. Mearza LEBANON Cosmetic iris implants from NewColorIris to BrightOcular: progress but unsafe

F. March de Ribot, P. Lopez Lizarraga, A. March de Ribot SPAIN Anterior and posterior segment eye trauma surgery F. March de Ribot, P. Lopez Lizarraga, A. March de Ribot SPAIN Unexpected anterior chamber intraocular lens tilt H. Marotta, F. Arasanz, F. Pakoslawski ARGENTINA The pupil is not enough: managing small pupils for phacoemulsification S. Marques, M. Guerra, C. Almeida, H. Pereira, J. Estrada, J. Arede PORTUGAL Ophthalmological challenges: cataract surgery in a nanophthalmic eye C. Martin, A. Aznar, G. Alvarez, J. Mauricio, N. Casamajo SPAIN Cut in brackets S. Martin Nalda, M. Calatayud, J. Puig, L. Bisbe, M. Garriga Beguiristain SPAIN Managing difficult Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) rolls with intraoperative ocular coherence tomography (i-OCT): unrolling carpet maneuver S. Martin Nalda, M. Calatayud, J. Puig, L. Bisbe, D. Mora, M. Garriga SPAIN Simultaneous Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK) with retropupillary fixated iris claw lens guided by intraoperative optical coherence tomography (iOCT)

VIDEO COMPETITION

R. Kobayashi, L. Jung, E. Soriano, E. Mori, M. Yogi, W. Chamon BRAZIL Can residents perform femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery?

J. Martinez de Aragon, J. Villada THE NETHERLANDS Cataract surgery with a smartphone/tablet D. Maru INDIA Glued IOL fixation of dislocated IOL M. Mathen INDIA Spectroscopic revelation H. Matsushima, Y. Katsuki, M. Nagata, K. Mukai, S. Motono, T. Senoo JAPAN Surface modification: better IOLs, fewer problems A. Mazhari, P. Chakarpani, P. Mahajan, R. Shukla INDIA Phacoemulsification with foldable IOL in a case of partially healed corneal tear with anterior capsule rupture, traumatic cataract, capsule tear extension A. Mazhari, P. Chakarpani, P. Mahajan, R. Kairati INDIA Posterior chamber toric phakic IOL for ‘astigmatic correction only’ in an eye that has gone for CXL and INTACS for keratoconus Z. Mazhry PAKISTAN Implantation, haptic externalization and suture fixation of hydrophobic Alcon AcrySof Multipiece intraocular lens with lensectomy and anterior vitrectomy to manage congenitally subluxated cataractous lens C. Mazzotta ITALY Accelerated cross-linking in paediatric patients with Epi-Bowman’s keratectomy technique A. Mehra INDIA Pearls in managing traumatic cataract with torn anterior capsule, embedded foriegn body (not a nightmare) S. Mohan, M. Khattri, A. Gahlaut, M. Ghosh INDIA Intrastromal keratopigmentation: a boon to unsightly corneal scars S. Mohan, K. Sahai, M. Khattri, A. Gahlaut, M. Gosh INDIA Phacoemulsification in a rare case of Alport’s syndrome S. Mohan, M. Rajan INDIA Flap striae management

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VIDEO COMPETITION S. Mohan, M. Rajan INDIA The posterior polar bugbear A. Mohanta INDIA A novel device to enhance surgeon–patient relationship A. Mohanta INDIA Anchored IOL: a minimally invasive scleral fixation A. Mohite, O. Makhzoum, J. Dumapit, M. Ampongan, M. Hero UK Single-port pars plana automated vitreous biopsy technique for suspected acute postoperative endophthalmitis: a step-bystep video guide G. Moloney, D. Lin, S. Holland, A. Lange AUSTRALIA Keratoconus: escaping the grey zone O. Muftuoglu TURKEY Scleral fixation of toric intraocular lens A. Narang INDIA Panorama of complications in phaco cases

VIDEO COMPETITION

A. Narang INDIA Phaco in one eyed patient with inferiorly vascularized leucomatous corneal opacity

M. Raimundo, C. Fonseca, C. Lobo, J. Povoa PORTUGAL Preserving the capsular bag in the management of complex anterior segment trauma M. Rajan, S. Mohan INDIA Dirty dozen M. Rajan, S. Moh INDIA Punchorhexis M. Ramesh INDIA Beauty and the beast: intraocular pressure (IOP) based active fluidics (beauty) vs gravity based active fluidics (beast) M. Ramesh INDIA Intraocular pressure (IOP) based active fluidics system using 40/30 IOP in high myopes and lens iris diaphragm repulsion syndrome (LIDRS) J. Reddy, S. Tatineni, M. Ramappa INDIA Restoration of ‘SMILE’ J. Reddy, R. Kamdar, N. Shah INDIA Ring in the future T. Rivero, R. Prats, A. Enrique SPAIN Ora System, it was necessary, now it is essential

S. Narang INDIA Managing small pupil with new pupillary expansion ring (I-ring)

T. Rivero, J. Munoz, E. Artiaga SPAIN Put a lens in place

S. Narang INDIA Problems faced during management in bound down pupil with shrunken mature cataract

F. Rodrigo Auría, H. Fukumitsu, C. Ruiz Belda, M. Merino Suarez SPAIN Cataract surgery with peripupillary membranectomy using vitreoretinal forceps in uveitic eyes

E. Nishimura, Y. Tokunaga, M. Soda JAPAN Effectiveness of capsular tension ring combined with capsule expander during phacoemulsification R. Nose, E. Muller, A. Moriyama, N. Pereira, I. Paulino, W. Nose BRAZIL Granular corneal dystrophy type-1 deposits persistence in Dua’s layer after big-bubble deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK) T. Ohta, Y. Matsuzaki, L. Brierley, G. Beiko, A. Agarwal, A. Agarwal JAPAN L-shaped pocket incision for dislocated IOL explantation R. Osher, J. Kratholm, J. Augsburger USA Saving an eye: an international collaboration E. Ozdemir, E. Yuksel, C. Ozmen, K. Bilgihan TURKEY IOL subluxation: key to success N. Pahuja, R. Shetty, A. Agrawal, R. Deshmukh, R. Shroff INDIA Symphony orchestra of managing keratoconus G. Pamel, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Long-term safety and efficacy of high-fluence collagen crosslinking (CXL) pre-treatment of the vehicle cornea in Boston keratoprosthesis (Kpro) Type 1 G. Pamel, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE The use of topography-guided data in order to refine refraction goals in routine myopic LASIK C. Pedrosa, M. Ramalho, C. Santos, M. Lisboa, F. Trancoso Vaz, I.Prieto PORTUGAL Dangerous stunts in ectopia lentis from a resident’s point of view J. Ponce Martínez MEXICO Catarock phaco with a ‘flip’ ending R. Prats, T. Rivero, S. Carbonell SPAIN My doc, why you forgotten me?

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S. Saha, A. Mohanta INDIA Phacoemulsification in a case of subluxated hypermature morgagnian cataract with absorbed cortex: challenges and steps S. Saha, A. Bhoumik, S. Sar INDIA Surgeon’s nightmare: a routine cataract surgery going awfully wrong L. Salva Ladaria, S. Garcia, I. Barrado SPAIN New FEMTIS® IOL (Oculentis): our surgical technique P. Sankara Adhi, U. Srinivasan, A. Galli Lakshmi Narayanan, S. Subbiah INDIA Toric tactics T. Seiler SWITZERLAND Ultrathin DSEK using a femtosecond laser N. Senchenko RUSSIA Surprises of traumatic cataract M. Shah, V. Kenia INDIA It’s a small exit after all M. Shah, V. Kenia INDIA Opening doors of vision T. Shah, V. Kenia, M. Shah INDIA Hybridemulsification T. Shah, D. Shah INDIA The Argentinian escape A. Shaik, N. Madhivanan, N. Madhivanan, S. Soundarapandian, S.Hameed, R. Atheek, P. Nivean INDIA Dual trouble M. Shanturova RUSSIA Whether to keep the capsular bag during cataract extraction complicated with subluxation of the lens


VIDEO COMPETITION R. Shroff, R. Shetty, A. Agrawal, N. Pahuja INDIA Topographers beyond topography: 10 hidden apps you should know

A. Varma UK Malyugin ring tips and tricks

S. Shukhaev, I. Glybina, V. Naumenko, E. Boiko RUSSIA Phaco blind

S. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, S. Srivastava, V. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, V. Nath INDIA Fellowship of the camera: every surgeon’s guide to videography

P. Silva Guerra, D. Lopes, P. Mouro PORTUGAL Iris-claw aphakic intraocular lens implantation in advanced subluxated cataract

V. Vasavada, S. Vasavada, V. Nath, S. Srivastava, V. Vasavada, A. Vasavada INDIA Symmetric scaffold, stable IOL

I. Singh USA Live swept-source OCT: visualization and opening of the clear corneal wound and anterior capsule under the femtosecond laser

A. Vasquez Perez, H. Ali, M. Nanavaty UK Clinical dilemmas in the management of a monocular patient with Down’s syndrome, dementia, advanced keratoconus and a mature cataract

I. Singh USA Using ‘on’ and ‘off’ axis to help visualize and treat symptomatic floaters with a YAG laser

D. Verma, S. Kumari, D. Agarwal INDIA Pneumatic dissection of intraocular lens

V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE The management of late phakic IOL bullous keratopathy and cataract with a triple procedure: DSAEK, cataract extraction and IOL implantation

E. Vounotrypidis, I. Vounotrypidis, D. Mikropoulos GERMANY Phacoemulsification using Malyugin ring in a patient with angle-closure glaucoma, narrow pupil and shallow anterior chamber K. Vunnava, S. Das, M. Kummelil, S. Nagappa, B. Shetty, R. Shetty INDIA Management of scleral necrosis following use of GORE-TEX suture for subluxated cataract

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC New laser approach for capsulotomy

L. Werner, J. Stover, J. Schwiegerling, K. Das USA A ‘little physics’ on intraocular lens opacification

T. Sugirua JAPAN Studies on sutureless ciliary sulcus fixation of intraocular lens with 3 haptics in human cadaveric aphakic eyes

C. Wu TAIWAN Femtosecond laser and modified capsular tension ring application in patients with lens dislocation

L. Sullivan AUSTRALIA Precision IOL guide: a new contact lens-based device for guiding manual capsulorhexis and IOL centration and toric axis alignment

S. Yamane JAPAN Flanged IOL fixation with double-needle technique

H. Suzuki, T. Igarashi, T. Shiwa, H. Takahashi JAPAN Keratic precipitates after cataract surgery A. Syed UK Intumescent cataract: how to prevent Argentinian flag sign

VIDEO COMPETITION

V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Surgical management of late ICRS exposure, cornea melt and perforation with an annular patch graft combined with CXL

R. Yeoh SINGAPORE Soft cataracts can be hard J. Yepez, F. Murati, J. De Yepez, V. Calderon, J. Arevalo VENEZUELA Lateral illumination in phacoemulsification: a new era

A. Syed, A. Varma UK Posterior polar cataract management: tips and tricks

J. Yepez, F. Murati, J. De Yepez, J. Arevalo VENEZUELA Vitreous hydration after phacoemulsification: its possible role in pseudophakic retinal detachment

S. Talwar INDIA When it does not add up to what it should be! The evolving toric science

M. Yogi, P. Pereira, S. Ghazzaoui, L. Duarte BRAZIL Ferris wheel sign: a new identifier for misdirection syndrome during cataract surgery

Y. Ton, Y. Almog ISRAEL Pseudophakic binocular diplopia

N. Yoshida, K. Ichikawa, T. Kojima JAPAN A new surgical approach in IOL scleral fixation using specially designed cannulas for hook-shaped IOL haptics

J. Torres-Peña, B. Sarmiento-Torres, A. Ortueta-Olartecoechea A. De Pablo-Cabrera, C. Navarro-Perea, A. Calle-Moscoso, L. Hernandez-Pereira SPAIN Superior corneal decompensation secondary to iris-claw intraocular lens superior tilt M. Tsatsos, C. MacGregor, P. Hossain, D. Anderson UK Tackling complex DSEK cases

E. Yuksel, K. Bilgihan TURKEY Endoillumination-assisted phacoemulsification surgery in patients with severe corneal opacity S. Zarei-Ghanavati, H. Bagherian IRAN Stabilising the capsular bag and expanding the pupil with a pupil expansion device

H. Uy PHILIPPINES Ring leader: a new, hinged, pupil expansion device for the management of small pupils R. Vajpayee, N. Sharma, V. Jhanji, P. Maharana, T. Agarwal AUSTRALIA Acute corneal hydrops: drain it! M. Vanathi, A. Singh INDIA Intraoperative OCT-guided Descemet’s detachment management: new technique

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VIDEO LIBRARY Videos can be viewed on the eTerminals located in the Poster Village

F. Allen, A. Garg, V. Barnett, A. Barsam UK Early experience of performing femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery using the LDV Z8 system S. Baghrizabeh SLOVENIA Slovenian Morgagnian cataract and our technique A. Barsam UK Posterior lenticonus: phacoemuslfication when the posterior capsule is open Y. Batkov, N. Pashtayev, V. Mikhailova RUSSIA Standardised stepwise approach for guaranteed congenital cataract surgery in infants P. Bulir CZECH REPUBLIC Lens ‘on the rope’: technique for supporting lens with insufficient zonula

VIDEO LIBRARY

J. Campello Lluch, J. Ruiz Colecha, J. Belda Sanchis, E. Campos Mollo, J. Placeres Daban, K. Schargel Palacios, A. Rial Cortizo SPAIN Intralenticular injection of a dexamethasone implant: a rare complication D. Dutta INDIA Scleral fixated IOL as a rescue N. Franqueira, T. Monteiro, F. Faria-Correia PORTUGAL Intracorneal ring segments for the treatment of keratoconus S. Goel INDIA Phacoemulsification in subluxated cataracts S. Goel, S. Mukherjee INDIA Smiling over the grimaces of LASIK flaps A. Gulani USA Cosmetic outcomes of pterygium surgery: next day and 14-year follow-up A. Gulani USA Keratoconus, a refractive surgery: think outside the cone H. Güngel, B. Karini TURKEY Traumatic cataract with posterior capsule perforation after blunt trauma S. Gupta INDIA A new design of pupil expansion ring for insertion through 1.4mm opening for the non-dilating pupil during surgery R. Ionescu, K. Tsaousis, S. Dimitrakos, I. Tsinopoulos GREECE Surgical management of nystagmus and small pupil cases under topical anesthesia A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Enhanced Athens protocol in the management and visual rehabilitation of keratoconus: topography-guided partial PRK normalization first, followed by 50um PTK to account for epithelium, followed by variable fluence, topographycustomized pattern CXL A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Refractive CXL: epithelium-on variable fluence and customised pattern intrastromal cross-linking, a novel technique and results

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I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Novel technique of femtosecond laser preparation and nanosecond laser completion of bladeless clear cornea cataract extraction I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Ocular tissue adhesive application in DSAEK: a comparative study N. Laiou, A. Lioura, E. Papadopoulou, A. Matsou, A. Economou, T. Naoumidi, N. Ziakas GREECE Combined phacoemulsification and Descemet’s stripping automated keratoplasty in a patient with Fuchs’ Dystrophy A. Liaska, E. Makri, K. Andrianopoulou, V. Dimopoulou, S. Stamelou GREECE The ‘moving’ intraocular lens-as-a-glide technique in posterior capsule rupture during phacoemulsification P. López Lizárraga, F. March de Ribot, A. March de Ribot SPAIN Unexpected retinal finding in the setting of a hardened cataract M. Mahabir, S. Khokhar INDIA Paediatric cataract on the edge F. March de Ribot, P. López Lizárraga, A. March de Ribot SPAIN Anterior and posterior segment eye surgery F. March de Ribot, P. López Lizárraga, A. March de Ribot SPAIN Unexpected anterior chamber intraocular lens incarceration and subsequent tilt K. Marinopoulos, E. Papadopoulou, A. Economou, T. Naoumidi, A. Chranioti, P. Oikonomidis, N. Ziakas GREECE Management of white cataract post penetrating keratoplasty D. Martínez Martínez, M. Ruiz Sanchez, A. De Casas Fernandez SPAIN Piggyback to treat biometric error after phaco-vitrectomy due to retinal detachment in amblyopic eye L. Martinez Perez, T. Sarandeses Diez, R. Tourino Peralba, M. Rodriguez Ares SPAIN The advantages of Moria single-use adjustable depth vacuum trephine system in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty A. Mazhari, P. Chakarpani, P. Mahajan, R. Shukla INDIA Implantation of posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens (phakic IOL) with two step wash of viscoelastic substance: a ‘single-port’ technique D. Mikropoulos, N. Mylopoulos GREECE The use of Malyugin ring in a patient with Ahmed valve A. Ozcan, S. Barman TURKEY Potential risk in combined use of capsule retractors and capsular tension rings D. Pahor SLOVENIA Surgical solution to spontaneous luxation of the IOL–capsular bag–capsular tension ring (CTR) complex G. Pamel, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Capture of superior topographies and anterior segment landmarks used for topography-guided excimer treatments: digitized technique of assessing postoperative astigmatic amount and axis correction G. Pamel, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Multifactorial assessment for the early diagnosis of keratoconus M. Papathanassiou, N. Karagianni, M. Kouvari, P. Papadakou, P. Theodossiadis GREECE DMEK in a post-vitrectomy eye with deep anterior chamber


VIDEO LIBRARY M. Papathanassiou, N. Karagianni, M. Kouvari, P. Papadakou, P. Theodossiadis GREECE Sutureless pterygium surgery with conjunctival autograft and use of fibrin glue T. Patel, E. Casswell, A. Mearza UK Phacoemulsification with intraocular lens implant coupled with iris prosthesis and penetrating keratoplasty for the treatment of previous complicated corneal graft surgery in a kerataconic eye T. Patel, E. Casswell, A. Mearza UK Successful Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) for the treatment of failed Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK) M. Perez Gancedo, L. Paya Serratosa, M. Platero Vazquez, V. Hernandez Ortega, M. Cabezas Leon, P. Beneyto Martin SPAIN Surgical management of an anterior capsular phimosis with a 1mm phimotic opening, in an 83 year-old man with a poor dilation associated to his pseudoexfoliative syndrome J. Reddy, K. Siddharthan, R. Kamdar, N. Shah, V. Joshi INDIA Perfecting the perfect solution M. Sanchez-Gijon Gonzalez-Moro, M. Sanchez Garcia, E. Medina Mesa, C. Pinto Herrera, J. Rodri­guez Martin, D. Perera Sanz SPAIN ‘Protected penetrating keratoplasty’ in a 35 week premature patient with pseudomonas-induced corneal perforation

VIDEO LIBRARY

V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Combining high fluence CXL with primary myopic and hyperopic LASIK: our technique V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Review of key corneal epithelial profiles and how they may affect refraction, visual quality and symptoms, and potential refractive surgery A. Vasquez Perez, M. Nanavaty UK Simple limbal epithelial transplantation (SLET) followed by keratoplasty as treatment for limbal stem cell deficiency secondary to mitomycin C toxicity T. Żarnowski, A. Wilkos-Kuc, A. Wlaz POLAND A new simple surgical technique to treat malignant glaucoma in pseudophakia

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ESONT

European Society of Ophthalmic Nurses & Technicians

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ESONT MEETING Sunday 11 September 10.30 – 12.00

14.00 – 16.00

Scandinavian Symposium

Free Paper Session

Refractive Surgery

Room B2

Room B9A

Chairpersons:

EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF OPHTHALMIC NURSES & TECHNICIANS

Chairpersons:

S. Albrecht SWEDEN M. Landstedt Nilsson SWEDEN

10.30

E. Ryderberg SWEDEN Patient selection

10.45

K. Nistad NORWAY RLE: IOL selection

11.00

P. Furuskog NORWAY ICL

11.15

H. Bom Olesen DENMARK Laser options

M. Acebal SPAIN N. Astyrakakis GREECE

14.00

F. Rowe UK Choice of perimetry strategy: mapping programme choice to disease profile

14.10

C. Giordano ITALY The diagnostic platform in femtosecond cataract surgery

14.20 V. Pereira PORTUGAL ORA: new approach in IOL calculation of post-LASIK patients and extreme high myopia and hyperopia, a case study

11.30 F. Göransson SWEDEN Patient satisfaction

14.30 D. Teixeira PORTUGAL Optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA): a new imaging method for retinal vascular diseases

11.45 Discussion

14.40

A. de la Llama THE NETHERLANDS Corneal surgically-induced astigmatism after cataract surgery and vector analysis

14.50

N. Mukhamedova UZBEKISTAN Comparison of efficiency of immersion and contact methods of ultrasonic biometry in postoperative refraction prediction

15.00

S. Ferrandes ITALY The change in cataract surgery with femtosecond laser

15.10

S. Manfredini ITALY The technological evolution of the cataract procedure

15.20

K. McCutcheon IRELAND The service user’s perspective on day case surgery

15.30

C. Lledo Perez SPAIN Beyond compliance: getting the drops in

15.40

A. Mathiesen DENMARK Importance of safe surgery procedures to ensure patient safety and the different steps of a functional safe surgery workflow

15.50

M. Izquierdo Perez THE NETHERLANDS Guideline of monovision based on our own clinical experience (clinical research)

16.00

End of session

12.00 End of session

12.45 – 13.45

International Forum Our Practice: Habit or Science Room B2 Chairpersons: M. Acebal SPAIN N. Astyrakakis GREECE The forum will include a presentation from the chairpersons about different procedures and the audience will vote on whether the procedures are in place due to scientific reasons or a long-standing habit. There will be a debate and the answers will be revealed. Attendees are encouraged to participate in this discussionbased session.

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ESONT MEETING Monday 12 September

ESONT Poster Competition 2016

11.00 – 12.30

eTerminals are located in the Poster Village

ESONT Symposium

The winner of the 2016 Poster Competition will be announced at the beginning of the ESONT Symposium at 11.00 on Monday 12 September.

Hall C2 Chairpersons: S. Albrecht SWEDEN L. Tomlin UK

N. Balog CROATIA The quality of health care patients' satisfaction with the work of nurses C. Lledo Perez SPAIN Testimonial to the parents of corneal laser surgery

11.00

C. Giordano ITALY Pre-exams in cataract surgery

V. Ramos SPAIN Femtosecond laser-assisted LASIK for high hyperopia

11.12

B. Little UK Cataract surgery: performing art

11.24

G. Jakobsson SWEDEN Post exam: complications

I. Rodriguez-Perez SPAIN Myopic laser-assisted subepithelial keratectomy (LASEK) outcomes using three different excimer laser platforms: Allegretto® vs Esiris® vs Technolas®

11.36

A. Behndig SWEDEN Special cases: toric lenses

11.48

S. Ferrandes ITALY Femtosecond laser cataract surgery

12.00

U. Stenevi SWEDEN EUREQUO/ESCRS FLACS: beyond the case control study

J. Sanchez-Pina SPAIN Evaluation of corneal thickness using a Scheimpflug camera topographer and comparison with ultrasound pachymetry in eyes after corneal refractive surgery B. Torcal SPAIN FemtoLASIK to correct high myopia vs low myopia

12.12 Discussion 12.30

End of session

ESONT Gala Evening Sunday 11 September 20.00 Cost per person: €25 (plus VAT) Restaurant Teaterkælderen Det Ny Teater Gammel Kongevej 1610 Copenhagen Meet with your international friends and colleagues at the Teaterkælderen restaurant for a night filled with entertainment. Located in the cellar of the famous Det Ny Theatre, the restaurant is known for its rustic and theatrical setting, fresh organic produce and fun singing waiters. Ticket includes a welcome reception, three course meal including wine, music and entertainment, followed by after dinner drinks! PLEASE NOTE: Tickets must be purchased in advance of the event from the registration desk at the congress centre.

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Management in Cataract Surgery


ESONT COURSES & WETLABS

EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF OPHTHALMIC NURSES & TECHNICIANS

Biometry and IOL Power Calculations for Refractive Cataract Surgery With ever-increasing patient expectations and the advent of advanced technology intraocular lenses, cataract surgery has moved into the realm of refractive surgery, demanding that we continuously evaluate the accuracy of performing preoperative measurements and IOL calculations. With the complexity of some patients such as high myopes and those that have had prior refractive surgery, this topic is more relevant than ever before. This course will review the principles of lens constant personalization, formula selection, keratometry for both monofocal and toric implants, standardization of axial length measurements with both optical and ultrasound techniques, and the most current methods for post-refractive surgery calculations. The course will conclude with a hands-on session of both optical and immersion biometry on equipment provided by the following manufacturers: Accutome, Ellex, Sonomed, Haag-Streit and Carl Zeiss Meditec.

B-Scan Ultrasound of the Anterior and Posterior Segments B-scan ultrasound is an invaluable tool for the differentiation of a wide range of ocular disorders. This course will discuss the diagnostic capabilities of both posterior segment B-Scan and UBM of the anterior segment when optimal examination techniques are utilized. The principles involved for thorough B-scan screening of the posterior segment will be reviewed in addition to case presentations illustrating the differentiation of pathology in the vitreous, retina, choroid, sclera and optic nerve, as well as the use of diagnostic A-scan to aid in diagnoses. UBM examination techniques will also be reviewed, followed by case presentations illustrating the differentiation of iris and ciliary body pathology in addition to techniques for sulcus-to-sulcus and angle measurements. The course will conclude with a hand-on session of both posterior segment and UBM techniques on equipment provided by the following manufactures: Accutome, Ellex and Sonomed.

Infection Control The transition of healthcare delivery from hospitals to ambulatory care settings, along with ongoing outbreaks and patient notification events, have demonstrated the need for greater understanding and implementation of basic infection prevention guidance. Healthcare personnel have the potential for exposure to patients and/or to infectious materials, including body substances, contaminated medical supplies and equipment, contaminated environmental surfaces or contaminated air.

Optical Coherence Tomography Optical coherence tomography is a technique of imaging the posterior pole using interferometry, a process analogous to ultrasound. OCT allows a tomography of the retina and its different layers with an axial resolution of 10 microns. Its final image is a false colour image representing different layers, from RPE to the RNFL layer. This permits the exact localisation of the pathology and an evaluation of its volume. OCT is an advantageous method because it is not invasive, and in many cases pupil dilatation is not necessary. Good results are obtained with only 3mm dilatation. This course shows the basis of the technique, its advantages and applications, and some results in different cases of retina pathologies. Participants will have hands-on practice with the equipment.

Phacoemulsification This hands-on wetlab course will cover wound construction, capsulorhexis, phacoemulsification, I/A and IOL implantation.

Refractive Surgery In this course participants will have the opportunity to look at the current techniques used in refractive surgery: • Topography: the course will contain a theoretical part and hands-on practice where participants will learn to do exams. • Critical points about patient selection and decision-making concerning a photorefractive candidate, and evaluating quality of vision following refractive surgery. • An overview of microkeratomes will be given, along with hands-on practice where the participants can look at assembly and tips for a safe procedure. • Postoperative complications, emergencies and re-operations will also be covered. Part 1 - Theory: • Current techniques • Evaluating visual performance following refractive surgery • Patient selection/decision-making • Emergencies/postoperative complications • Re-operations Part 2 - Practical: • Topography • Overview of microkeratomes Please note: All those attending Part 2 must also participate in Part 1 of the course. However it is possible to attend Part 1 without attending Part 2.

In this course we will review: • Basic microbiology • Concepts of infection control • Methods used to prevent growth and speed of microorganisms: - Antiseptics/cleaning - Disinfection - Sterilization • Guidelines for disinfection and sterilization

Slit Lamps The slit lamp is essentially a binocular microscope and is a way of combining magnification with illumination. A few basic rules can make the equipment easier to use. This course welcomes both beginners and those who have a greater understanding of the area, and will provide an informative demonstration of the microscopic slit lamp.

Visual Fields for Ophthalmic Personnel This course provides the opportunity for hands-on learning as an introduction or as an update of your existing skills. Visual field testing provides extremely important information and is a vital skill to master.

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ESONT COURSES & WETLABS Course & Wetlab Schedule E1

08.30 – 12.30

Biometry and IOL power calculations for refractive cataract surgery

Room B9

E2

10.00 – 12.00

Refractive surgery for nurses and technicians (Part 1 – Theory)

Room B8

E3

14.30 – 18.30

B-Scan ultrasound of the anterior and posterior segments

Room B9

E4

11.00 – 13.30

Phaco for nurses*

Wetlab Room 1

E5

14.00 – 16.30

Phaco for nurses*

Wetlab Room 1

14.30 – 16.30

Optical coherence tomography for nurses*

Wetlab Room 2

13.00 – 15.00

Refractive surgery for nurses and technicians (Part 2 – Practical)*

Wetlab Room 3

E6 E7

EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF OPHTHALMIC NURSES & TECHNICIANS

Saturday 10 September

Sunday 11 September E8

10.30 – 12.00

Infection control

Room B8

E9

10.30 – 12.30

Visual fields for ophthalmic personnel

Room B12

E10

09.30 – 11.30

Slit lamps for nurses*

Wetlab Room 4

* €50 (plus VAT) fee for this course

Course Faculty  M. Acebal SPAIN  N. Astyrakakis GREECE

Course Number E08 E02, E07

V. Diakonis GREECEE02 M. Grentzelos GREECEE02 M. Kynigopoulos SWITZERLAND

E04, E05

A. Lee UKE10 C. Lledo Perez SPAINE08 I. Pallikaris GREECEE02 D. Panagiotou GREECEE07 D. Portaliou GREECEE02 F. Rowe UK

E09

A. Santos PORTUGALE06 K. Tsoulnaras GREECEE02 I. Vastardis SWITZERLAND

E04, E05

R. Waldron USA

E01, E03

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MAASTRICHT 2017 21ST ESCRS WINTER MEETING

The Netherlands

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General Information & Satellite Meetings

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GENERAL INFORMATION Venue

ATM

Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark

Location: Bella Sky Hotel, Tower 1, Level 0

Boarding Pass Printing Stations & Internet Access

Currency

Location: Hall B

The official currency of the Congress is the Euro.

Cafés & Restaurants

Insurance

GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

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

Location: Level 0 & Level 1 Please see Congress centre map on page 169 for exact locations.

Opening Hours

Cloakroom

Registration Hall

Location: In front of the Bella Center entrance.

Thursday 8 September

07.00 – 18.00

Friday 9 September

07.00 – 18.00

CME Credits

Saturday 10 September

07.00 – 18.00

European Credits

Sunday 11 September

07.00 – 18.00

Monday 12 September

07.30 – 18.00

This Congress has been granted 27 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).

Tuesday 13 September

07.30 – 18.00

Wednesday 14 September

07.30 – 13.30

Speaker Check-In Room Location: Entrance Hall Thursday 8 September 

07.00 – 18.00

Friday 9 September

07.00 – 18.00

Saturday 10 September

07.00 – 18.00

Sunday 11 September

07.00 – 18.00

Monday 12 September 

07.00 – 18.00

Tuesday 13 September

07.00 – 18.00

Wednesday 14 September 

07.00 – 13.00

Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. The EACCME credit system is based on 1 ECMEC per hour with a maximum of 3 ECMECs for half a day and 6 ECMECs for a full-day. In order to claim these credits delegates will be required to complete an online evaluation form when they collect their congress certificate of attendance. In addition, delegates must complete an evaluation form for every course that they attend. These forms must be completed at the end of the course and given to the hostess at the entrance to the room. Each delegate should contact his/her national CME body directly in order to claim their credits for the Congress.

Device Charging Stations Location: Halls B, C, E & Foyer Auditorium A

EBO Accredited Courses

Exhibition Halls Friday 9 September 

09.00 – 17.30

• Refractive Surgery Didactic Course

Saturday 10 September

09.00 – 17.30

• Workshop on Visual Optics

Sunday 11 September

09.00 – 17.30

• Instructional Courses: 01, 02, 09, 10, 12, 16, 23, 24, 35, 43, 68

Monday 12 September 

09.00 – 17.30

Tuesday 13 September

09.00 – 17.30

The harmonisation of European education in ophthalmology is one of the task forces of the European Board of Ophthalmology (EBO) and is promoted by the EU to increase mobility of healthcare practitioners within Europe. 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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GENERAL INFORMATION ESCRS Annual General Meeting

Multi-Faith Prayer Room

Location: Room B11

Location: Hall B

Tuesday 13 September, 13.15 Open to ESCRS Members only.

Orbis International Medal

ESCRS Resource Centre

The Orbis International Medal will be awarded to the best Free Paper or Poster relating to the treatment and prevention of blindness in the developing world.

Location: Hall E, Booth CN34 Visit the ESCRS Resource Centre for information about membership, ESCRS iLearn, ESCRS On Demand, EUREQUO and to find out more about new online education initiatives being introduced by ESCRS.Complimentary copies of EuroTimes and the Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery will be available.

The winner of the medal will be announced during the ORBIS Symposium on Monday 12 September from 13.00 – 14.00 in Room B10. To find out about the work of Orbis, visit the Orbis/OXFAM booth in Exhibition Hall E, booth number CN58A

Wi-Fi and Congress App

Clinical Trends Survey Visit the booth to take part in a survey to identify and compare clinical trends and practices across Europe and around the world.

Password is Bayer2016 To download the Congress App search ‘ESCRS Copenhagen 2016’

EuroTimes John Henahan Prize 2016 John Henahan was the visionary editor and guiding light of EuroTimes from 1996 to 2001 and his work inspired a generation of ESCRS members and journalists. The EuroTimes John Henahan Prize is a writing competition open to ophthalmologists who are members of the ESCRS and who are under 40. The topic for this year was “Why should I publish” The prize will be presented during the Video Awards Session on Sunday 11 September, 14.00 – 16.00 in Hall C1.

First Aid Location: Registration Hall

Kuoni Hotel Desk Location: Hall E

Join the conversation in Copenhagen #ESCRS16 Stay connected to ESCRS during the congress by following us on

@ESCRSOfficial

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

Location: Hall E, Booth CN33


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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME Saturday 10 September

13.00 – 14.00

Lunchtime Symposia

Providing a Premium Solution for a Broad Range of Patients

13.00 – 14.00 The FEMTO LDV Z8 - New Experiences to Evolutionize your Practice

Room B11 Moderator:

J. Vukich USA

Hall C4 Chairperson:

T. Seiler SWITZERLAND

Moderators:

T. Seiler SWITZERLAND B. Pajic SWITZERLAND

GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

13.00 – 14.00 AngioVue OCT-Angiography from Cornea to Choroid: Already more than 2 Years’ Experience

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13.00 – 14.00 Preserving the Cornea and the Lens for the Future Hall C5 Moderator:

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Room B6 Moderator:

A. Gaudric FRANCE

Sponsored by

A. Agarwal INDIA

13.00 – 14.00

Sponsored by

PiXL™: Non-Invasive Vision Improvement Room B9

13.00 – 14.00 LENTIS Comfort & Comfort Toric – Pioneers in Modern EDOF Technology!

Moderator:

R. Rajpal USA

Sponsored by

Room B3 Moderator:

D. Holland GERMANY

13.00 – 14.00 Controversies in Cataract and Refractive Surgery

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Hall C2

13.00 – 14.00 Pentacam® AXL and Corvis® ST: New Approaches for Combining Tomography with Biometry and Biomechanics Room B4 Moderator:

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Moderator:

B. Dick GERMANY

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME

Saturday 10 September Lunchtime Symposium 13.00 – 14.00 Surgical Management of Astigmatism for Cataract Patients: Pre, Intra, and Post-Operative Protocols for Success Auditorium 15 Moderators: D. Spalton UK D. Koch USA

Sunday 11 September Lunchtime Symposia 13.00 – 14.00 Mini WELL, the Progressive EDOF IOL: One Year Later Room B5 Moderator:

G. Auffarth GERMANY

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Supported by an unrestricted

13.00 – 14.00 Establishing a New Benchmark in Daily Cataract Surgery Auditorium 15 Moderator:

Saturday 10 September

H. Kjaerbo DENMARK

Sponsored by

Evening Symposia 18.15 – 19.15 Acriva Reviol Tri-ED: Breakthrough Seamless Continuous Vision with Trifocal EDOF Technology

Complex Cataract Cases, The Simple Truths Hall H1 Moderator:

Room B3 Moderators:

13.00 – 14.00

R. Bellucci ITALY F. Poyales SPAIN

R. Osher USA

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

13.00 – 14.00 18.15 – 19.15 Lancement d’une Nouvelle Ère dans la Mydriase

Near Live Surgery: A World of Choice Innovative Procedures Across all Patient Ages

Room B12

Hall C2

Moderator:

Sponsored by

B. Cochener FRANCE

Moderator:

T. Neuhann GERMANY

Sponsored by

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME Sunday 11 September

13.00 – 14.00

Lunchtime Symposia

Big Data and Data Workflow, the Future of your Clinical Practice

13.00 – 14.00 Smart Multimodality Imaging Room B10 Moderator:

M. Long UK

Room B9 Moderator:

To Be Confirmed

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

13.00 – 14.00 Enhancing Cataract and Lens Surgery with Nidek Diagnostics

13.00 – 14.00 Pillars for Building a Premium Cataract and Refractive Practice Room B7 Moderator:

J. Stevens UK

Room B12 Moderator:

S. Daya UK

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from

Sponsored by

13.00 – 14.00 13.00 – 14.00 A New MIGS on the Block

Three Generations with ZEISS Refractive Laser Solutions – PRK o LASIK o SMILE Hall C4 Moderator:

R. Shah INDIA

Room B8 Moderator:

N. Koerber GERMANY

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

13.00 – 14.00 Towards Less Drops in Cataract Surgery

13.00 – 14.00

Room B3

New Technology for Improved Refractive Outcomes with the LENSTAR

Moderator:

Room B11 Moderator:

Sponsored by

J. Güell SPAIN

Sponsored by

W. Hill USA

13.00 – 14.00 Outcome Excellence in Cataract Surgery Room B4 Moderator: Sponsored by

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME Sunday 11 September

13.00 – 14.00

Evening Symposium

Floaters: To Treat or Not to Treat?

18.00

Room B8

INFOCUS – Achieving Excellence in Cataract Surgery: A 360° View on Ophthalmic Surgical Challenges

Moderator:

K. Brasse GERMANY

Sponsored by

Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center – Congress Hall Moderator:

A. Brezin FRANCE

13.00 – 14.00

Monday 12 September Lunchtime Symposia

iolAMD Eyemax Mono – A New and Unique Approach to Extending and Improving Visual Function in Patients with Maculopathy GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

Sponsored by

Room B11 Moderator:

T. Neuhann GERMANY

13.00 – 14.00 State of the Art in Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Sponsored by

Hall C1 Moderator:

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

13.00 – 14.00 Paediatric Cataract. Challenges and Successes in Developing Countries

Sponsored by

Room B10

13.00 – 14.00 Exploring the Role of Ocular Surface Disease in Cataract and Glaucoma

Moderator:

R. Walters UK

Sponsored by

Auditorium 15 Moderator:

S. Heegaard DENMARK

Sponsored by

13.00 – 14.00 A New Era of Trifocality by PhysIOL Room B6 Moderator:

K.G. Gundersen NORWAY

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Exploring the role of ocular surface disease in cataract and glaucoma management Monday 12 September, 13:00â&#x20AC;&#x201C;14:00 First floor, Auditorium 15 Chaired by Professor Steffen Heegaard, Denmark

Scratching below the surface: The relationship between ocular surface disease and glaucoma Professor Anastasios Konstas, Greece

Ocular surface disease in the face of cataract surgery Professor Pierre-Jean Pisella, France

Ocular surface disease after corneal refractive surgery Professor Elisabeth Messmer, Germany

Is there a future for preservatives in topical treatment of eye diseases? Professor Steffen Heegaard, Denmark

Panel discussion All faculty

Santen Sponsored Lunch Symposium Lunch will be provided

This symposium is organised and funded by Santen EMEA. An educational symposium at the XXXIV Congress of the ESCRS. SAN16_201c | July 2016


CONGRESS CENTRE

Lecture Hall H2

Hall H Lecture Hall H1

Lecture Hall H3

Grab‘n’Go Café

Exhibition Hall H Snack Bar Room

B5

B4

Poster Village

Snack Bar

Room

B3

Room

B1

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Auditorium 15

Stairs to Level 1

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Auditorium C6

Room

B7

B12

Room

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B6

B10

Exhibition Hall E

ESCRS Resource Centre

ESCRS Clinical Trends Survey

Grab‘n’Go Café

Auditorium A

Exhibitor Registration

Room

Exhibition Hall B6

B11

Hall B

The Treehouse Restaurant Level 1

Snack Bar

B9

Speaker Check-In Delegate Registration

Snack Bar

Orangu Lounge

Lecture Hall C1

FIRST AID

Exhibition Hall C

Lecture Hall C2 Lecture Hall C3

Entrance

Exhibition Hall C5 Snack Bar

B2

Room

B9A

Room

The Gastro Restaurant

Room

Internet & Boarding Pass Stations

Multi-Faith Prayer Room

Room Hall B Sushi Bar

Expo Viking Corner Café

Lecture Hall C4 Lecture Hall C5

Snack Bar

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Hall H

170 H151 H160

H156

H154 H153

H152 H161 H169

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H178

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H173 H174

Access Hall B

H131

H143

H115

H100

H112

H114

H101

H113

H116

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H130

H145 H144

Lecture Hall H2

H140

H118

H102 H103

H105 H106

H110 H109

H117

H119

H120

H125 H124 H123 H122

H133 H134 H135

H138 H137 H136

H141

Lecture Hall H3

H111

H132

H166

H147 H146

H159

H167

H155

H168

H150 H149 H148

Grab & Go Café

H158

Wetlab Rooms

Lecture Hall H1

CONGRESS CENTRE • EXHIBITION

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H170


CN59

CONGRESS CENTRE • EXHIBITION

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CN31

The Gastro Restaurant

CN01

CN32

CN27

CN26

CN23

CN03

CN30

CN28

CN25

CN24

CN22

CN21

CN29

Registration

ESCRS Resource Center

CN33 ESCRS Clinical Trends Survey

CN35 CN36

CN38 CN37

CN43

Hall B

CN18

CN20

Access Hall C

CN19

Registration

CN40

CN39

CN34

CN41

CN42

CN44

Access Halls B&H

CN04

Access Halls B & C5

CN15

Grab‘n’Go Café

CN 58A

CN 47A CN 57A

CN48

CN49

CN50

CN46 CN45

Hall B

CN05

CN13

CN14

CN16

CN05A Access Hall C

CN06

CN07

Snack Bar

Exhibition Hall B6

CN11 CN12

CN58

CN57

CN56

CN55

CN51

Access Halls B&H

CN47

CN60

CN 60A

CN62 CN 61A CN61

CN63 CN64

CN65

CN66

CN53 CN52

Hall B

CN10 CN09

Access Hall A

Access Halls B&H

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Restaurant

The Treehouse Restaurant Level 1

Hall B

Hall E

EXHIBITION HALL E

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Hall C EXHIBITION HALL C

Access Hall C5 Access Hall E

C400 C300

C301

Access Hall E Orangu Lounge

Lecture Hall C1

C303

C206

C405

C210

C404 C406

C407 C202

C204

C203

C307

C409

C308 C309

C310

C311

C410

C408

C411

C207 C208

C212 C209

C402

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C205

Lecture Hall C2

C302

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C413

C314 C313

C414

C318 C319

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CONGRESS CENTRE • EXHIBITION

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C401

Lecture Hall C3 C214

Lecture Hall C4

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C213

C216

C217

C316 C317

C321

C320 C416

C322 C323 C218

Lecture Hall C5

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C324 C325

Expo Viking Corner Café


Hall C5 EXHIBITION HALL C5

Auditorium C6

C512

C511A

C500

C511 C501

C513

C514

C534

C516

C515

C533

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Access Hall B

C510 C517

C502

C531

C508 C509

Snack Bar

C523

C530

C529

C506

C527 C528

C504

C521 C520 C519

C507

C522

C503

C518

C502A

C524

Seating

Access Hall C

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EXHIBITION HALL B6

B669

Lecture Rooms

B667

B656

B657 B660

B661 B664

B655

B658 B659

B662 B663

B654

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B647 B646

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B640 B641

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CONGRESS CENTRE â&#x20AC;¢ EXHIBITION

B668

B636

B666

B665

B644 B643 B642

Access Hall C5 & Auditorium C6

B625 B624 B620 B621

B623

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B607 B605

B609 B608

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B616

B610 B611

B614 B615

B626 B627

B617

B619 B618

Lecture Rooms

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B634 B633

B629 B628

B635 B632

B630 B631

Hall B

B604A

B604 B600

Access Hall E

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B601

B602

B603


EXHIBITORS

ACMED CO., LTD.

B648

OPTICO LTD.

B600

Aeon Astron Europe B.V.

B632

OPTIMAL SAGLIK LTD.

B602

Albert Heiss GmbH & Co. KG 

B617

pfm medical ag

B657

Amidia LTD.

B622

PHAKOS 

B645

Aspen Medical Europe Ltd.

B628

PIXIUM VISION

B651

AUROLAB

B641

Presbia

B615

Bai Shun Medical Instrument Factory

B650

Prescott’s, Inc.

B629

Bio-Tissue®

B655

Qingdao SEIGER Industry & Trade Co., Ltd.

B631

Bohus BioTech AB 

B605

Retina Implant AG

B612

ChongQing KangHuaRuiMing S&T Co., Ltd.

B666

RET, Inc.

B635

ChongQing Sunkingdom Medical Instrument Co., Ltd.

B668

Rexxam Co., Ltd.

B614

Daud Jee Mfg Co. / TruMed Instruments

B607

Rhein Medical, Inc. 

B644

EAGLE OPTICS Pvt. Ltd.

B624

RUCK GmbH

B667

Ellegi Medical Optics S.r.l

B642

Second Sight Medical Products (Switzerland) Sàrl

B640

Epsilon USA

B663

SERVIMED INDUSTRIAL SPA

B616

Freedom Ophthlamic Pvt., Ltd.

B620

SIDAPHARMB630

HANGZHOU MOCULAR MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY, INC.

B649

Speedway Surgical Co.

B656

Huaian Frimen Co., Ltd.

B619

Stereo Optical Company

B633

Huaian Meide Medical Instrument Co., Ltd.

B608

Susruta Instruments

B646

Imagine Eyes

B609

SUZHOU KANGJIE MEDICAL, INC.

B654

Insight Instruments, Inc.

B611

Swiss Advanced Vision (SAV-IOL)

B653

iSTAR Medical SA

B662

TEKIA, Inc.

B652

JP Medical Publishers

B658

TITAN MEDICAL LLC

B627

KAIXIN ULTRASOUND

B610

Tonom GmbH

B606

Katalyst Surgical™, LLC

B659

TRIOPTICS GmbH

B639

LACRIVERA

B625

Tristel Solutions Limited

B643

M&S Technologies, Inc.

B626

U.S. IOL / STEPHENS INSTRUMENTS

B623

MANI, INC.

B603

VISIOMETRICS, S.L.

B637

MD Tech S.r.l.

B636

Vision Share

Medennium, Inc.

B664

Zubisoft

MedOne Surgical, Inc.

B634

METROVISION

B621

MID Labs, Inc.

B665

MOVU, INC.

B613

Network Medical Products

B638

New World Medical, Inc.

B661

Nordset GmbH & Co. KG

B669

OASIS Medical, Inc.

B601

OKUVISION GmbH

B612

OPHMED CO., LTD.

B660

Ophthalmology Times Europe

B618

B604A B647

Hall C 1stQ Deutschland GmbH

C320

A.R.C. Laser GmbH

C203

AbbottC202 AcuFocus, Inc.

C215

Albomed GmbH

C207

ALCON

C307

Alimera Sciences Limited

C407

Allergan

C416

ALSANZA GmbH

C323

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HALL B6


EXHIBITORS Avedro, Inc.

C313

PhysIOL

C304

Bausch+Lomb

C409

QUANTEL MEDICAL

C408

BAYER

C410

Rayner

C413

Benz Research & Development

C406

Santen

C412

Biotech Europe Meditech, Inc. Ltd.

C402

SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions

C300

Blink Medical Ltd.

C310

SIFI S.p.A

C301

bon

C415

STAAR Surgical AG

C218

Canon Europa N.V.

C201

Surgical Specialties

C210

Carl Zeiss Meditec 

C212

Surgistar, Inc.

C303

Cassini

C401

Takagi Europe Ltd. 

C400

CSO Italia

C415

Takagi Seiko Ltd.

C400

DORC International B.V.

C217

THÉAC319

E.Janach srl

C415

Tomey GmbH

C318

EllexC216

Topcon Europe Medical BV

C315

ENTOD RESEARCH CELL UK LTD.

C209

VISIONIX Luneau Company

C324

Geuder AG

C411

VSY BIOTECHNOLOGY

C204

Haag-Streit Diagnostics

C321

Ziemer Ophthalmic Systems 

C312

HAAG-STREIT SURGICAL GmbH

C321

HAAG-STREIT UK

C321

Hanita Lenses

C325

Heidelberg Engineering GmbH

C405

HEINE Optotechnik GmbH & Co. KG

C302

HOYA Surgical Optics GmbH

C205

HS DOMS INTERNATIONAL

C321

HumanOptics AG

C206

IRIDEX

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Jamjoom Pharma 

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John Weiss & Son Ltd.

C321

Kai Europe GmbH

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KatenaC309 Lumenis

C311

Malosa Medical

C308

Medicontur Intl. SA

C214

MediphacosC322 MORIA

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NIDEK CO., LTD.

C213

NOVARTIS

C305

Oculentis GmbH

C317

OCULUS Optikgeräte GmbH

C200

Oertli Instrumente AG

C316

OPHTEC

C403

OptikonC211

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Hall C5 ARCADOPHTA

C518

AST Products, Inc.

C509

Bürki

C503

CILITA Ltd.

C522

CIMA Technology, Inc.

C513

Clarity Medical Systems, Inc.

C500

CRST Europe

C520

Diamatrix Ltd.

C519

Eagle Labs

C521

Eye Technology Ltd.

C531

Eyeol UK Limited

C534

Gebauer Medizintechnik GmbH

C501

i-Medical Ophthalmic International Heidelberg GmbH

C511

Inami & Co., Ltd.

C529

iVIS Technologies

C533

Karl Kaps GmbH & Co. KG

C523

LAMBDA-X S.A.

C502A

Medicel AG

C510

MERIDIAN AG

C503

MORCHER GmbH

C516

Ocular Instruments

C524

OD-OS GmbH

C508

Optitech Eyecare

C528


Optovue, Inc.

C517

ifa systems AG

CN29

REICHERT, INC.

C506

International Society of Refractive Surgery 

CN63

Retina Today

C520

IOPtima Ltd.

CN51

Karger Publishers

CN52

Roche

C511A

Roland Consult Stasche & Finger GmbH

C527

Konan Medical

CN30

SciCan Ltd.

C515

Kowa Optimed Deutschland GmbH

CN37

STERLING ULTRA PRECISION

C507

Kowa Pharmaceutical Europe Co. Ltd. 

CN43

Surgitrac Instruments

C514

LCA PHARMACEUTICAL

CN03

TearLab

C530

Leica Microsystems

CN25

Teknomek Medikal

C502

Lenstec

CN22

Visunex Medical Systems

C512

MDT POLAND

CN58

MECCANOTTICA MAZZA S.r.l.

CN04

MED-LOGICS, INC.

CN31

MEDA Co., Ltd.

CN53

MEDICEM

CN36

Hall E 9Glens® Medical Limited

CN20

Accutome, Inc.

CN14

AJL Ophthalmic, S.A.

CN02

Aktive

CN07

AL.CHI.MI.A. S.r.l.

CN19

American Academy of Ophthalmology

CN63

APACRS

CN60A

APPASAMY ASSOCIATES

CN05

ASCRS/EyeWorld

CN60

ASICO, LLC.

CN35

Avellino Labs

CN21

BEAVER VISITEC INT’L LTD.

CN56

Block Optic Ltd.

CN12

BRUMABA GmbH & Co KG

CN23

CenterVue S.p.A.

CN26

Contamac

CN01

CRISTALENS INDUSTRIE

CN57

Duckworth & Kent Ltd.

CN44

ESASO - European School for Advanced Studies in Ophthalmology

MEDITHEQUE BOOKSHOP

CN05A

Millennium Biomedical Inc. (MBI)

CN59

MST (MicroSurgical Tech)

CN28

OCuSOFT

CN13

ODC Industries

CN61A

ODC Medical

CN61A

Omni Lens Pvt. Ltd.

CN64

Optimed 

CN66

Optomed Oy

CN42

OPTOPOL Technology

CN27

Optos

CN65

Orbis Orca Surgical - APX OXFAM

CN58A CN39 CN58A

Peschke Trade

CN45

Plusoptix GmbH

CN09

CN48

Rini Ergoteknik AB

CN54

ESCRS Clinical Trials Survey 

CN33

Rumex International Co.

CN38

ESCRS Resource Centre

CN34

Shire

European Association for Vision and Eye Research

CN10

SOOFT italia S.p.A

CN32

Sterimedix Ltd.

CN06

European Society of Ophthalmology SOE 2017 Congress

CN47A

CN57A

Titan Surgical LLC

CN11

FCI S.A.S.

CN15

Tracey Technologies

CN61

FRASTEMA S.r.l.

CN50

UFSK-International OSYS GmbH Germany

CN55

Glaukos Corporation

CN24

Valon Lasers 

CN62

HORUS PHARMA

CN46

Vitreq BV 

CN41

Icare Finland Oy

CN40

Volk / Keeler UK

CN16

177

CONGRESS CENTRE • EXHIBITION

EXHIBITORS


EXHIBITORS VRmagic GmbH

CN18

Mynosys Cellular Devices

H143

Wichtig Publishing

CN49

NEITZ INSTRUMENTS CO., LTD.

H164

Wisepress Medical Bookshop

CN47

NETWORK TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT 

H133

YURATEK LTD. ŞTİ

CN17

Nevis Medical Co., Ltd.

H165

New Vision Meditec Co., Ltd.

H124

O&O mdc Ltd.

H169

Ocular Surgery News & Healio.com by SLACK, Inc.

H175

Ophsurin Co., Ltd.

H102

Ophthalmology Management 

H162

Optotek d.o.o.

H130

Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

H158

Retinal Physician

H162

RIGHT MFG. CO., LTD.

H168

See. Hi. Tech Equipment Co., Ltd.

H144

SHAH EYE CARE PVT. LTD.

H127

Shanghai New Eyes Medical, Inc.

H122

Sight Sciences

H172

Soleko S.p.A.

H114

Sonomed Escalon

H152

Spark Therapeutics, Inc.

H101

The Ophthalmologist

H154

Tianjin Suowei Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.

H129

TRB Chemedica International SA

H115

Trusetal Verbandstoffwerk GmbH

H116

VisionCare Ophthalmic Technologies

H145

CONGRESS CENTRE • EXHIBITION

Hall H akrus GmbH & Co. KG

H153

Alliance Pharmaceuticals Limited

H163

Bioresonator Good Eye AB

H150

Bruder Healthcare Company

H159

BTI Biotechnology Institute

H109

Cardivon Surgical, Inc.

H138

Devine Meditech

H110

DGH Technology, Inc.

H173

Diopsys, Inc.

H141

Echo Electricity Co. Ltd.

H151

Excelsius Medical GmbH

H100

EYE TECH CARE

H176

EYEBRIGHT Medical Technology Co., Ltd.

H137

EyeKon Medical, Inc.

H157

Eyenuk, Inc.

H167

Freudenberg Medical

H134

Guangdong Fortune NewVision Optoelectronics Ltd.

H131

IDx Europe B.V.

H166

INCYTO CO., LTD.

H135

Indo Webal Surgical Pvt. Ltd.

H155

International Sight Restoration Eye Banks

H149

iolAMDH112 ISCON SURGICALS LTD.

H148

KERATOCONUS SOLUTIONS 

H156

KORYOEYETECH CO. LTD. 

H118

Kuwait Specialized Eye Center (KSEC)

H123

LIFELINE MEDICAL DEVICES

H120

LightMed

H177

LKC Technologies, Inc.

H125

Lucid Korea Co., Ltd.

H106

Medflow, Inc.

H171

Medinstrus, UAB

H170

MediWorks

H146

Microtrack Surgicals

H119

Miracles In Sight

H103

MIRAY MEDIKAL ATAKAN DEDE VE ORT.

H160

MOPTIMH111

178

VOPTICAH161 WinFame USA, Inc. 

H126

WGA

H105

Zhejiang Jingjia Medical Technology Co., Ltd.

H147


FEMTO LDV Z8 – New Experiences to Evolutionize Your Practice The Unique All-in-One Femtosecond Laser

Saturday, September 10, 2016; 13:00 – 14:00h, Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark – Hall C4

The FEMTO LDV Z8 is CE marked and FDA cleared. For some countries, availability may be restricted due to regulatory requirements; please contact Ziemer for details.

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Faculty: Prof. Theo Seiler, MD, PhD, Switzerland Prof. Bojan Pajic, MD, PhD, Switzerland Prof. Jod Mehta, MD, Singapore Dr. Rocky McAdams, MD, USA

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AcrySof® IQ IOLs

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Designed for more natural adaptability Featuring ENLIGHTEN (ENhanced LIGHT ENergy) Optical Technology to mimic the performance of a healthy crystalline lens, the AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® IOL is the natural choice for advanced presbyopia correction:3,4 • Optimized light utilization in a presbyopia-correcting IOL. Transmits 88% of light to help provide quality of vision at all distances.1,2 • More comfortable near to intermediate range of vision.* Provides a more natural intermediate focal point of 60 cm, which is preferred for reallife tasks, such as computer work, over the 80 cm distance offered by other trifocals.3-5 • Less dependence on pupil size.** 4.5 mm diffractive zone designed for optimized performance in a wide range of lighting conditions.3 To learn more about the AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® Presbyopia-Correcting IOL, talk to your Alcon representative. * Compared to AT LISA tri (ZEISS) and FineVision (PhysIOL). Trademarks are the property of their respective owners. **Compared to AT LISA tri (ZEISS), FineVision (PhysIOL) and AcrySof® IQ ReSTOR® (Alcon). Trademarks are the property of their respective owners. 1. AcrySof® IQ PanOptix® IOL Directions for Use. 2. Alcon Laboratory Notebook:14073:77-78. 3. PanOptix® Diffractive Optical Design. Alcon internal technical report: TDOC-0018723. Effective date 19 Dec 2014. 4. Charness N, Dijkstra K, Jastrzembski T, et al. Monitor viewing distance for younger and older workers. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 52nd Annual Meeting, 2008. http://www.academia. edu/477435/Monitor_Viewing_Distance_for_Younger_and_Older_Workers.Accessed April 9, 2015. 5. Average of American OSHA, Canadian OSHA and American Optometric Association Recommendations for Computer Monitor Distances.

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