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22nd ESCRS Winter Meeting In conjunction with the Serbian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

9 – 11 February 2018

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CONTENTS Board & Committees

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Welcome from the President 

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Programme Overview

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Surgical Skills Training Courses

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Scientific Programme – Friday

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Scientific Programme – Saturday 

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Scientific Programme – Sunday 

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ePoster Presentations 

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General Information 

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EuroTimes Satellite Education Programme 

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Congress Centre Map

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List of Exhibitors & Exhibition Map

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Sponsors34

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ESCRS BOARD & COMMITTEES President Béatrice Cochener FRANCE

Secretary Oliver Findl AUSTRIA

Treasurer Thomas Kohnen GERMANY

Board Members Michael Amon AUSTRIA Gerd Auffarth GERMANY Massimo Busin ITALY Dan Epstein SWITZERLAND José Güell SPAIN Jesper Hjortdal DENMARK Vikentia Katsanevaki GREECE Boris Malyugin RUSSIA Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Emanuel Rosen UK Paul Rosen UK David Spalton UK Ulf Stenevi SWEDEN Pavel Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

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

Finance Committee Thomas Kohnen GERMANY (CHAIRPERSON) Béatrice Cochener FRANCE Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Emanuel Rosen UK Paul Rosen UK Ulf Stenevi SWEDEN

General Purposes Committee Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Béatrice Cochener FRANCE José Güell SPAIN Thomas Kohnen GERMANY Boris Malyugin RUSSIA

Education Committee David Spalton UK (CHAIRPERSON) Michael Amon AUSTRIA Thierry Amzallag FRANCE Roberto Bellucci ITALY Izzet Can TURKEY Béatrice Cochener FRANCE

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Alja Crnej SLOVENIA Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Christina Grupcheva BULGARIA Thomas Kohnen GERMANY Brian Little UK Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Richard Packard UK Vladimir Pfeifer SLOVENIA Paul Rosen UK Pavel Stodulka CZECH RUPUBLIC Marie-Jose Tassignon BELGIUM

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

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

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

Charity Committee Béatrice Cochener FRANCE (CHAIRPERSON) José Güell SPAIN Thomas Kohnen GERMANY

Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Ioannis Pallikaris GREECE

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

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

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

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

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


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 ESCRS Board it is my pleasure to welcome you to Belgrade for the 22nd ESCRS Winter Meeting. We are very pleased to be joining our colleagues from the Serbian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons for this important event. The scientific programme continues to include an extended didactic programme, with courses in Basic Optics, Cataract, Refractive Surgery and Cornea. Our Young Ophthalmologists Programme, which has proved such a success in recent years, takes place on Friday morning. We hope these courses will offer a valuable opportunity for residents and those in training to gain a deeper understanding of the basics of the different sub-specialties. The programme also includes four main symposia, free paper sessions, moderated poster sessions, eposter presentations and a range of surgical skills training courses. The Annual Cornea Day on Friday has been organised once again in conjunction with EuCornea and we would like to thank them for their continued participation in the Meeting. The ‘Near Live Surgery’ session and the Sunday morning symposium on ‘Developing Cataract and Refractive Surgery in a Developing Country’ have been organised by the Serbian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons. I would like to thank everyone involved for their contribution to the scientific programme. With so much on offer, it will be impossible to attend every session. However, if you log on to the Education Portal on the ESCRS website, you can access the sessions and didactic courses on ESCRS On Demand and ESCRS iLearn, as well as discover a wide range of video content and other materials. I hope you find the Meeting beneficial and rewarding, and that you enjoy your time in Belgrade.

Yours sincerely,

Béatrice Cochener President, ESCRS

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW Friday 08.00

Amphitheatre

Blue Hall

Annex A

09.00 P.9

10.00

P.10

11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00

Young Ophthalmologists Programme

Poster Area P.7

Cornea

P.12

Free Paper Session Refractive

Basic Optics Course

Organised in conjunction with EuCornea P.13

Cataract Surgery Didactic Course Part 1

16.00 17.00

19.00

P.8

Free Paper Session

Cornea Day

15.00

18.00

Annex B

Symposium

P.13 Moderated Poster Session

P.14

Refractive Surgery Didactic Course Part 1

P.14

Traumatic Cataract: A Never Ending Story

Saturday 08.00

Amphitheatre

Blue Hall

P.16

09.00

P.17

10.00

Free Paper Session Cataract

11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00 15.00 16.00 17.00 18.00

Annex A

Annex B P.15

Hall 2

Poster Area

P.17 P.18

Cataract Surgery Didactic Course Part 2

P.19

Symposium

Refractive Surgery Didactic Course Part 2 Cornea Didactic Course

Combined Cataract Surgery P.19

ESONT Didactic Day Moderated P.20 Poster Session

Near Live Surgery

Organised by the Serbian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons P.20

Symposium

Correction of Astigmatism in Cataract Surgery

Sunday 08.00

Amphitheatre

09.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00

Symposium

P.21

Keep Calm: Stress Management During Cataract Surgery

Symposium

P.21

Organised by the Serbian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

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

Wetlab rooms are located on the first floor

Course No.

Time

Course

Friday 9 February Room 1 1 08.30 – 10.15 2 10.30 – 11.30 3 12.00 – 14.00 4 15.00 – 17.00

Basic Suturing Techniques Artisan Phakic IOL Lens Explantation* Basic Phacoemulsification

Room 2

Basic Phacoemulsification Basic Phacoemulsification Posterior Capsulorhexis ‘Bag in Lens’* Intraocular and Transcleral Suturing*

5 6 7 8

08.30 – 10.30 11.00 – 13.00 13.00 – 15.00 16.15 – 18.15

Saturday 10 February Room 1 10 08.00 – 09.45 11 10.00 – 11.45 12 12.00 – 13.00 13 13.30 – 15.00 14 16.00 – 18.00

Basic Suturing Techniques Basic Suturing Techniques Artisan Phakic IOL PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK* Basic Phacoemulsification

08.00 – 10.00 Room 2 15 16 10.15 – 11.45 17 12.15 – 13.45 18 14.45 – 16.15 19 16.45 – 18.15

Intraocular and Transcleral Suturing* Phaco: Management of Complications* Phaco: Management of Complications* Basic Phacoemulsification Basic Phacoemulsification

Sunday 11 February Room 1 20 08.00 – 09.30 21 09.45 – 11.15 22 11.30 – 13.00

LASIK* LASIK* LASIK*

08.00 – 10.00 Room 2 23 24 10.30 – 12.30

Basic Phacoemulsification Basic Phacoemulsification

Faculty F. Akata TURKEY

Course No. 21, 22

Course No. S. Morselli ITALY

18, 19

A. Amisano ITALY

18, 19

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND11

B. Aslan TURKEY

16, 23

K. Nigl AUSTRIA14

S. Barisic SERBIA3

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS2

L. Benjamin UK3

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA8

C. Billotte FRANCE7

M. Piovella ITALY17

A. Crnej SLOVENIA3

A. Prinz AUSTRIA10

I. Dekaris CROATIA5

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS15

A. di Zazzo ITALY4

T. Sarenac SLOVENIA4

D Epstein SWITZERLAND13

M. Severinsen DENMARK24

T. Ferreira PORTUGAL12

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM7

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND1

N. Vidovic Valentincic SLOVENIA14

M. Morral SPAIN6

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FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 08.30 – 16.00

EBO Accredited (see page 28)

BASIC OPTICS COURSE Annex B 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

R. Applegate USA I. Pallikaris GREECE

08.30 F. Van de Velde BELGIUM Light propagation in the eye

10.40

Discussion

Discussion

08.50 S. Marcos SPAIN Aberrations of the optical system

11.00

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

Discussion

11.25

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

Discussion 09.15

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

Discussion 09.35

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM IOL optics

Discussion 09.55

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

Discussion 10.15

L. Gobin FRANCE IOL power calculation

Discussion

R. Applegate USA Retinal image quality

Discussion 11.45

I. Pallikaris GREECE Presbyoptics

Discussion 12.05

P. Artal SPAIN Visual function assessment using adaptive optics

Discussion 12.25

H. Ginis GREECE Modelling visual function

Discussion 12.45 Break

Part 3 Imaging the Human Eye Moderators: 14.15

B. Malyugin RUSSIA A. Pallikaris GREECE

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

Discussion 14.35

C. Roberts USA Measuring the biomechanics of the cornea

Discussion 14.55

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

Discussion 15.15

J. Rozema BELGIUM Corneal topography challenges

15.40 Discussion 16.00

End of session

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FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 08.30 – 10.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cornea Annex A Chairperson:

G. Kymionis GREECE

Moderators:

S. Barisic SERBIA L. Nikolic SERBIA

08.30 J. Peraza-Nieves, S. Oellerich, L. Baydoun, P. Binder, G. Melles SPAIN Multicenter study on Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK)

09.39

08.36

09.45 A. Alsmman EGYPT Outcomes of corneal tattooing by Rotring painting ink in disfiguring corneal opacities

N. Shilova, I. Bahar, A. Adler, Y. Nahum, E. Livny ISRAEL Comparison of corneal biomechanical properties of bullous keratopathy corneas following Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) to their contralateral healthy cornea by ocular response analyzer

08.42 T. Müller, I. Lavy, R. Verdijk, M. Bruinsma, J. Parker, P. Binder, G. Melles SWITZERLAND Postmortem evaluation of wound healing after Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) 08.48 S. Koh, N. Maeda, Y. Takai, M. Ogawa, S. Asonuma, K. Maruyama, K. Nishida JAPAN Fourier analysis of corneal irregular astigmatism due to the anterior corneal surface in dry eye 08.54 Discussion 09.09 Y. Koban, M. Koc, K. Tekin, M. Tekin, M. Uzel, P. Kosekahya, P. Yilmazbas TURKEY An early finding of keratoconus: increase in corneal light backscatter 09.15

M. Jafarinasab, D. Najdi, S. Feizi IRAN A new topographic pattern for early differentiation of pellucid marginal degeneration from keratoconus

09.21

R. Carneiro de Freitas, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Effect of intrastromal corneal ring segment depth on visual, refractive and topographic improvement

09.27

A. Tzamalis, V. Romano, R. Cheeseman, R. Vinciguerra, C. Willoughby, M. Batterbury, S. Kaye UK Risk factors for microbial keratitis after corneal collagen cross-linking with epithelial debridement

09.33

M. Bohac, M. Koncarevic, N. Gabric CROATIA Transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy with collagen cross-linking for post LASIK ectasia and progressive keratoconus

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S. Mohan, M. Rajan, R. Mugundhan INDIA Prospective analysis of association of eye rubbing and MMP9 positivity in patients with newly diagnosed keratoconus who had also come for refractive surgery

09.51 Discussion 10.00

End of session


FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 09.00 – 12.30

YOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS PROGRAMME Learning from the Learners: Interactive Session on Cataract Surgery for Trainees Amphitheatre Chairpersons: O. Findl AUSTRIA S. Morselli ITALY K. Vannas FINLAND Panellists:

R. Packard UK N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS

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

Learning From the Learners: One of My First Operations

Video authors: R. Balasubramania INDIA, I. Kulikov RUSSIA, F. Militello ITALY, M. Montali ITALY, A. Youssef TUNISIA

Video cases submitted by young ophthalmologists

Discussion 10.30 Break Panellists: 10.45

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS

K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS Things I tell my residents: phaco tricks to improve your surgery

Discussion 11.00

Learning From the Learners: Tackling More Risky Cases

Video authors: P. Agarwal UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, B. Akmaz TURKEY, N. Gandhi INDIA, F. Guidolin ITALY, N. Refaat EGYPT, A. Youssef TUNISIA

Video cases submitted by young ophthalmologists

Discussion 12.15

Roundtable: summary

12.30

End of session

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FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 09.30 – 16.30

ESCRS/EUCORNEA CORNEA DAY Blue Hall Chairpersons: J. Güell SPAIN (EUCORNEA) R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (ESCRS)

09.30 – 11.00

11.00 – 12.30

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

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

Moderators:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND U. Stenevi SWEDEN

Keynote 09.30

B. Cochener FRANCE Treatment strategy for meibomian gland dysfunction

Moderators:

Keynote 11.00

T. Kohnen GERMANY Management of astigmatism after corneal refractive surgery

11.20

Discussion

09.50 Discussion

Case Presentations 09.53

10.00

P. Subudhi INDIA To show efficacy of compressive sutures alone in the management of acute hydrops in a keratoconus patient B. Toygar TURKEY Corneal superficial stromal opacification and surface irregularity treated with excimer laser phototherapeutic keratectomy

10.07 Discussion 10.15

C. Bonzano ITALY A successful treatment of a non-healing corneal epithelial defect in a patient affected by congenital aniridia

10.22

P. Studeny CZECH REPUBLIC Corneal tissue lenticules from ReLEx SMILE for the treatment of corneal ulcers

10.29

D. Lopes PORTUGAL Topical cyclosporine in a severe steroid-dependent phlyctenular keratoconjunctivitis

10.36

M. Morral SPAIN Plasma rich in growth factors for the treatment of severe dry eye

10.43

Discussion

11.00

End of session

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G. Kymionis GREECE J. Vryghem BELGIUM

Case Presentations 11.23

A. Mounir EGYPT Double femtosecond laser-created incomplete flaps after repeated docking

11.30

T. Kohnen GERMANY Ocular wavefront retreatment with enlargement of the optical zone after hyperopic LASIK

11.37

M. Soyler TURKEY Secondary SMILE after unsuccessful first procedure

11.44 Discussion 11.50

V. Cvintal BRAZIL Novel suture technique for Descemet’s membrane detachment after combined cataract-glaucoma procedure

11.57

N. Alejandre Alba SPAIN Nocardia infection of self-sealing corneal tunnel incision for cataract surgery

12.04 Discussion 12.10

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Long-term management of epithelial ingrowth after phakic IOL implantation

12.17

R. Bellucci ITALY DALK vs CCXL for post-LASIK ectasia in the same patient

12.24

Discussion

12.30

End of session


FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY

13.30 – 15.00

15.00 – 16.30

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

Section 4: Infectious Keratitis (ESCRS)

Moderators:

B. Allan UK J. Hjortdal DENMARK

Keynote 13.30

13.50

B. Allan UK Long-term clinical results comparison between full thickness and anterior lamellar grafts for keratoconus Discussion

Moderators:

Keynote 15.00

V. Katsanevaki GREECE Interface inflammation vs infection

15.20

Discussion

Case Presentations 15.23

P. Agarwal UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Infectious keratitis and bug demystified: complex case scenario

15.30

K. Balparda COLOMBIA Simultaneous non-centered photo-activated chromophore for keratitis: corneal collagen crosslinking (PACK-CXL) and centered emergent penetrating keratoplasty for treatment of severe marginal Fusarium SPP keratitis with corneal perforation

Case Presentations 13.53

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA DMEK using 1.8mm cartridge and a sponge suck loading technique

14.00

J. Güell SPAIN Right timing for DMEK in Fuchs’ dystrophy

14.07 Discussion 14.13

L. Nikolic SERBIA Retained Descemet’s membrane after penetrating keratoplasty

14.20

14.27

15.37 Discussion 15.46

D. Anwar IRAQ Annular corneal patch graft for type I Boston keratoprosthesis corneal melt

M. Hua BELGIUM Atypical mycobacterial interface keratitis after Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty

15.53

M. Ahmad UK Penetrating keratoplasty in a vascularised cornea after fine needle cautery and subconjunctival Avastin

G. Neri Pires PORTUGAL Bilateral linear endothelitis in the context of leptospirosis

16.00

J. Lee AUSTRALIA Unique case of fungal keratitis caused by Metarhizium anisopliae

16.07

N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS Chemical injury following trifluridine use in a patient with acyclovir-resistant herpes simplex virus keratitis

16.14

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Difficulties in the treatment process in the course of the Acanthamoeba and Fusarium keratitis

14.34 Discussion 14.40

V. Jovanovic SERBIA Treatment of perforated cornea with an autologous lamellar corneal graft

14.47

V. Ravera ITALY Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK) in eyes with INTACS

14.54 Discussion 15.00

M. Morral SPAIN R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

End of session

16.21 Discussion 16.30

End of session

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FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 10.30 – 12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Refractive Annex A Chairperson:

B. Cochener

Moderators:

M. Jankov SERBIA V. Katsanevaki GREECE

FRANCE

10.30

N. Aldasheva, Z. Iskakbayeva, I. Stepanova, S. Umbetalieva, R. Bakhytbek, V. Abdullina, M. Kulmaganbetov KAZAKHSTAN The frequency of refractive errors in school children with different levels of education

10.36

M. Mestanoglu, O. Gedar Totuk, O. Yabas Kiziloglu, O. Toygar, B. Toygar TURKEY Reproducibility and agreement of optical biometry measurements obtained by new swept-source optical coherence tomography-based optical biometer and a time domain optical coherence tomography-based optical biometer

10.42

10.48

11.39

D. Breyer, P. Hagen, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, T. Ax, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Five-year results of refractive lenticule extraction ReLEx SMILE compared to femto-LASIK

11.45

A. Hamid, A. Shortt, W. Muen, J. Dermott, A. Hartwig, S. Vaswani, C. O' Donnell UK Comparative clinical outcomes of LASIK and small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) for the correction of myopia

11.51

C. Lindel, F. Kretz, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, S.Abdassalam, M. Muller, G. Auffarth, M. Gerl GERMANY Clinical evaluation of a novel enhanced depthof-focus intraocular lens (EDOF IOL) with a low add trifocal, diffractive pattern and correction of chromatic aberration

O. Ibrahim, M. Sabry, M. Abdalla, K. Nagy EGYPT Comparison of corneal sensation following femtosecond laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (femto-LASIK) and small incision lenticule extraction (femto-SMILE)

11.57

T. Kohnen, E. Hemkeppler, M. Herzog, S. Schoenbrunn, N. De Lorenzo, M. Boehm, K. Petermann GERMANY Comparative analysis of visual performance after bilateral implantation of two novel diffractive trifocal intraocular lenses following lens removal

M. Shajari, C. Kolb, W. Mayer, G. Steinwender, E. Vounotrypidis, T. Kohnen, D. Kook GERMANY Comparison of changes in corneal volume and corneal thickness after myopia correction between LASIK and SMILE

12.03

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

10.54 Discussion

12.09 Discussion

11.06

D. Abelski, T. Imshanetskaya, I. Zabarouski BELARUS Predicting troublesome post femtoLASIK effects

12.15

11.12

M. Soyler, H. Sabur, S. Bilis, V. Dayanir TURKEY Laser blended vision (Presbyond) for presbyopia correction

D. Chitkara UK Commercial outcomes using a hydrogel shapechanging corneal inlay to treat presbyopia

12.21

11.18

B. Pajic, Z. Cvejic, J. Mueller, V. Canadanovic, B. Pajic-Eggspuehler SERBIA An excimer laser refractive surgical treatment for presbyopia: optics-based customization for improved clinical outcome in myopic patients

G. Harb, W. Harb LEBANON Visual performance and satisfaction five years after KAMRA inlay implantation

11.24

A. Doga, I. Mushkova, A. Karimova, E. Kechin, I. Shormaz RUSSIA In vivo histomorphological structure of the cornea and corneal flap characteristics after LASIK procedure using two different femtosecond laser platforms

11.30

M. Abdalla, K. Nagy, I. Sayed, O. Ibrahim EGYPT Combined flapless refractive lenticule extraction (SMILE) and intrastromal corneal cross-linking in patients with suspicious topography and/or thin corneas: refractive and bio-mechanical outcomes

11.36 Discussion

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12.27 Discussion 12.30

End of session


FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 14.00 – 15.00

14.30 – 17.00

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

CATARACT SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE

Cataract

Part 1

Poster Area

Amphitheatre

Moderators:

T. Kohnen GERMANY S. Morselli ITALY

The moderators will present a summary of each poster for 1 minute, followed by 7 minutes discussion with the poster author and the audience. 14.00

14.08

14.16

C. Holmes, N. Patel UK Open source electronic medical record software for clinical governance in phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implant D. Kęcik, I. Grabska-Liberek, P. Jurowski, E. Mrukwa-Kominek, W. Omulecki, B. Romanowska-Dixon, J. Szaflik POLAND Fast and stable mydriasis following intracameral injection of a combination of mydriatics and anaesthetic: real-life experience on patients undergoing cataract surgery J. Güell SPAIN Towards a better cataract surgery efficiency with intracameral injection of a new combination of mydriatics and anaesthetic: LEAN healthcare application

14.24

S. Petrovic Pajic, T. Petrovic, M. Stojkovic SLOVENIA Has Snellen’s chart lost the battle in cataract surgery visual acuity evaluation?

14.32

M. Heersink, J. Dovich, M. Heersink USA Surgical outcomes comparison of combined phacoemulsification, trabecular bypass stenting, and canaloplasty versus combined phacoemulsification and trabecular stenting alone

14.40

A. Vasilyev, A. Egorova RUSSIA The analysis of the effectiveness of IOL pneumocompression method during phacoemulsification in prophylaxis of development of lens posterior capsule opacification

Chairpersons: R. Packard UK P. Rosen UK

In the Beginning…. 14.30

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA The pilot and the cataract surgeon: minimising risk and avoiding complications

14.45 L. Benjamin UK Surgical simulation 15.00

A. Prinz AUSTRIA What do I want from my trainer?

The Ergonomics of Cataract Surgery

15.15

P. Rosen UK - Patient flow - Organising the operating room - Setting up the microscope - Draping and anaesthesia

15.30

J. Vryghem BELGIUM Viscoelastics: creating space – protecting tissue

The Capsule

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

Incisions: Creating the Perfect Wound and Correcting Astigmatism

16.10

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

Biometry: Precision IOL Calculations

16.25

L. Gobin FRANCE - Principles - Technology - Formulae and pattern recognition calculators - Hill-RBF calculator - The importance of the ocular surface - Post refractive surgery calculations

16.45

P. Rosen UK Postoperative ametropia correction: corneal laser refractive surgery

17.00

End of session

14.48 Discussion 15.00

EBO Accredited (see page 28)

End of session

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FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY 14.45 – 17.05

EBO Accredited (see page 28)

REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE Part 1

17.00 – 18.30

SYMPOSIUM Traumatic Cataract: A Never Ending Story Blue Hall

Annex A Moderators:

R. Bellucci ITALY D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

14.45

R. Bellucci ITALY LASIK: surgical technique

15.05

G. Kymionis GREECE Lasers in refractive surgery

15.20

C. Roberts USA Corneal topography

15.40

L. Gobin FRANCE IOL calculation tips

15.50

D. Siganos GREECE Patient selection

16.05

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Surface ablation techniques

16.25

Chairpersons: S. Barisic SERBIA B. Malyugin RUSSIA 17.00

O. Findl AUSTRIA Getting the full picture: imaging and metrics of the traumatized eye

17.10

B. Djurovic SERBIA Blunt trauma and zonular instability

17.20 Discussion 17.30

N. Pozdeyeva RUSSIA Iris reconstruction techniques

17.40

G. Scharioth GERMANY Choosing the right implant: IOL options for trauma cases

17.50 Discussion 18.00

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND Results of corneal refractive surgery

F. Kuhn USA Lens injury in the context of severe ocular trauma

18.10

16.45

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Case report and discussion

R. Bellucci ITALY Outcomes and rehabilitation after traumatic cataract

18.20 Discussion

17.05

End of session

18.30

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SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY 08.00 – 16.15

EBO Accredited (see page 28)

CORNEA DIDACTIC COURSE Annex A

Clinical Cornea

Surgical Cornea

Moderators:

Moderator:

B. Cochener FRANCE G. Kymionis GREECE

08.00 G. Kymionis GREECE Basic science: anatomy, physiology and biomechanics 08.15

C. Koppen BELGIUM Pathological responses of the cornea

08.30 B. Cochener FRANCE Corneal imaging evaluation techniques 08.50 M. Morral SPAIN Amniotic membrane 09.10

M. Morral SPAIN Non-infectious keratitis

09.30 Break Moderators:

H. Møller DENMARK D. Touboul FRANCE

09.45 B. Frueh SWITZERLAND Infectious keratitis 10.05

H. Møller DENMARK Corneal dystrophies

10.25

A. Behndig SWEDEN Ectasia disorders and degenerations

10.45

T. Fuchsluger GERMANY Dry-eye and ocular surface disease

11.05

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM Immunological disorders of the cornea

11.25

A. Behndig SWEDEN Clinical case report

R. Bellucci ITALY

11.45

B. Allan UK Penetrating keratoplasty: preoperative consideration, technique, postoperative management and complications

12.05

R. Bellucci ITALY Anterior lamellar keratoplasty procedures: up to date

12.25

D. Touboul FRANCE Corneal cross-linking and intracorneal ring segments in ectatic disorders

12.45 Break Moderators:

J. Hjortdal DENMARK S. Moussa AUSTRIA

14.15

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Management of postkeratopathy astigmatism

14.35

M. Busin ITALY Endothelial transplantation: up to date

14.55

M. Busin ITALY Surgical case report

15.15

S. Moussa AUSTRIA Limbal transplantation and keratoprosthesis

15.35

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Conjunctival surgery

15.55 Discussion 16.15

End of session

11.35 Discussion

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SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY 08.00 – 12.30

EBO Accredited (see page 28)

CATARACT SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE Part 2 Amphitheatre Chairpersons: R. Packard UK P. Rosen UK

Next Steps…….

New Age Phaco Dynamics

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

Managing the Nucleus

08.30 R. Packard UK, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS - Divide and conquer - White/hard cataracts

Complications and Complex Cases: Advanced Phaco Techniques

08.50 B. Malyugin RUSSIA, R. Packard UK, P. Rosen UK, G. Scharioth GERMANY, I. Dekaris CROATIA - Small pupils and IFIS - Negative dysphotopsia - Subluxated crystalline lenses - Vitreous loss/PC tear/dropped nucleus - Intraoperative zonular crisis - Intraocular lenses with no capsule - Cataract surgery combined with DSEK/DMEK - Cataract surgery after DSEK/PKP 10.20

Break

Femtosecond Lasers and Cataract Surgery

10.30

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

Intraocular Lens Design

11.10

D. Spalton UK - Optic design - Haptic design - Asphericity - Materials - Biocompatibility - New designs

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Presbyopia Correction with Intraocular Lenses

11.30

O. Findl AUSTRIA - Monovision - Bifocal - Multifocal

Intraoperative Correction of Astigmatism: Toric Intraocular Lenses

11.45

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND - Indications - Preoperative assessment - Use of intraoperative imaging devices - Postoperative fine tuning

IOLs for cataract patients with AMD

12.00

P. Artal SPAIN - Telescopes - Prismatic lenses - Indications - Results - What to tell the patients: counselling

Supplementary IOLs: Reversible and Adjustable Solutions

12.15

M. Amon AUSTRIA - Options - Indications - IOL power calculations

12.30

End of session


SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY 08.00 – 12.30

EBO Accredited (see page 28)

08.30 – 11.00

REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE

FREE PAPER SESSION

Part 2

Blue Hall

Annex B

Chairperson:

R. Bellucci

Moderators:

A. Gaković SERBIA F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

Moderators:

S. Morselli ITALY C. Roberts USA

Cataract ITALY

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

08.30 S. Shukhaev, E. Boiko RUSSIA Phacoemulsification of hard cataracts without vitreous support

08.10

08.36

M. Morral SPAIN Overview of microkeratomes

08.30 D. Touboul FRANCE Intrastromal corneal implants 08.40 P. Rosen UK Refractive lens exchange 09.00 A. Marinho PORTUGAL Overview of phakic IOLs 09.20

O. Findl AUSTRIA Multifocal IOLs

09.30

S. Morselli ITALY Presbyopia

09.50 R. Applegate USA Quality of vision evaluation 10.10

M. Morral SPAIN Refractive reoperations and enhancements

10.30

C. Roberts USA Biomechanics of the cornea

10.50

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Complications of phakic IOLs

11.10 Discussion Moderators:

V. Katsanevaki GREECE T. Kohnen GERMANY

11.15

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

11.40

V. Katsanevaki GREECE Optical complications of refractive surgery. Customised procedures

12.10

T. Kohnen GERMANY Case report and discussion

12.30

End of session

M. Aly Zaky, M. Nasser, R. Zagga, H. Amin EGYPT Evaluation of peripapillary retinal nerve fiber thickness and macular changes before and after phacoemulsification

08.42 M. Veselkova, N. Kislitsina, S. Novikov, A. Kolesnik, S. Kolesnik RUSSIA ‘Cataract flip side’ anatomic and topographic features of anterior vitreous cortex 08.48 S. Georgiev, S. Palkovits, M. Ullrich, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Impact of cataract surgery on retinal sensitivity measurements of a fundus-related perimeter (Micro Perimeter 3) in patients with different types of cataract 08.54 J. Calvo-Sanz, A. Arias-Puente, C. Bonnin-Arias Bicylindric intraocular lens power calculation method: using both flat and steep k readings to improve IOL power prediction

SPAIN

09.00 Discussion 09.12

P. Nelli, S. Thanikachalam, A. Bosco INDIA Anatomical and visual outcomes of transscleral fixated single piece rigid and foldable intraocular lenses (IOLs) in patients with absent capsular support

09.18

B. Khosravi, M. Jafarinasab, S. Feizi IRAN Evaluation of aphakic refraction technique for secondary intraocular lens power calculation in children

09.24

M. Attia Ali Ahmed EGYPT Predictability of intraocular lens power calculation after acute angle-closure glaucoma attack

09.30

D. Anwar IRAQ Preoperative near visual acuity as a predictor for postoperative distance visual acuity in patients with cataracts

09.36

N. Hirnschall, O. Findl, T. Buehren, M. Trost AUSTRIA Ray tracing based simulations of toric intraocular lens power calculation for regular and irregular corneas

09.42 T. Ferreira, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Comparison of the astigmatic prediction error of a new toric intraocular lens calculator with other calculation methodologies

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SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY 09.00 – 17.30

ESONT Didactic Day

(European Society of Ophthalmic Nurses and Technicians)

Hall 2 This didactic programme is aimed at ophthalmic nurses and technicians but is open to all delegates. This programme will be in English with translation into Serbian. 09.48 M. Nasif Saadalla, A. Abdel-Meguid, A. Gabr, M. Mostafa Said, T. Elmenofy EGYPT Comparative study between topical gatifloxacin 0.5% and moxifloxacin 0.5% as a prophylactic measure before intraocular surgery 09.54 Discussion 10.06

N. Anisimova, B. Malyugin, N. Sobolev, A. Nazirov RUSSIA Femtosecond laser-assisted IOL fragmentation: low energy transection

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

- Case studies of difficult testing visions

09.45 L. Tomlin UK Visual fields: how to perform, interpret and overcome common problems 10.30 Break

B. Pajic-Eggspuehler, Z. Cvejic, V. Canadanovic, B. Pajic SWITZERLAND A prospective study with high frequency femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery vs conventional cataract surgery by clinical outcome and physical properties

11.00

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

11.45

L. Romanova RUSSIA B-Scan

10.18

G. Steinwender, L. Schwarz, M. Boehm, E. Hemkeppler, A. Slavik-Lencova, M. Shajari, T. Kohnen AUSTRIA Visual results after implantation of a trifocal intraocular lens in high myopes

14.00

S. Albrecht SWEDEN, M. LundstrĂśm SWEDEN Patient-reported outcomes for cataract and refractive surgery

10.24

D. Lopes, S. Barros, S. Parreira, I. Machado, N. Campos PORTUGAL Comparison of Hill-RBF method with third and fifth generation formulas for intraocular lens power calculations in short eyes

14.45

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

10.12

10.30

P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, T. Ax, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Clinical experiences with a new diffractive extended depth-of-focus intraocular lens: comparison with a former generation

10.36

G. Savini ITALY Visual performance of a new extended depth-offocus intraocular lens compared to a distancedominant diffractive multifocal intraocular lens

10.42

M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Visual performance of pinhole intraocular lens in cataract patients: 3 year follow-up

10.48 Discussion 11.00

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12.30 Break

15.30 Break 16.00

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

16.45

L. Milbank UK Biometry

17.30

End of session


SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY 11.30 – 13.00

14.00 – 16.00

SYMPOSIUM

NEAR LIVE SURGERY

Combined Cataract Surgery

Organised by the Serbian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

Blue Hall

Blue Hall

Chairpersons: B. Djurovic SERBIA R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Moderators:

O. Findl AUSTRIA S. Srećković SERBIA I. Stefanovic SERBIA K. Vannas FINLAND

Panellists:

B. Djurovic SERBIA T. Kohnen GERMANY B. Malyugin RUSSIA N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

11.30

11.40

I. Dekaris CROATIA Cataract and corneal surgery in Fuchs’ endothelial dystrophy: When combined? When sequential? U. Vossmerbaeumer GERMANY Combined cataract surgery and prosthetic iris implantation

11.50 Discussion 12.00

12.10

M. Kontic SERBIA Cataract surgery in the glaucoma patient: When combined? When sequential? H. Beckers THE NETHERLANDS Combined cataract surgery and MIGS

12.20 Discussion

14.00

FemtoLASIK: flap formation with femtosecond laser Surgeon: T. Mrđa Radosavljević SERBIA

14.15

Customized femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery Surgeon: B. Pajic SERBIA

14.30

Subluxated cataract surgery and implantation of a Verisyse IOL Surgeon: A. Gaković SERBIA

12.30

Z. Tomic SWEDEN Macular hole surgery and cataract extraction: Combined vs consecutive surgery

14.45

12.40

S. Karcic BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Surgical options in the cataract patient with diabetic macular edema

Phacovitrectomy in patient with acute angle-closure glaucoma Surgeon: V. Džinić SERBIA

15.00

Intrascleral fixation of three-piece IOL with scleral flap Surgeon: M. Zlatanović SERBIA

15.15

Anterior segment reconstruction in paediatric eye trauma Surgeon: V. Draganić SERBIA

15.30

Vitrectomy for endophthalmitis after anterior segment surgery Surgeon: Z. Ignjatović SERBIA

15.45

Phacoemulsification in high myopia Surgeon: A. Veselinović SERBIA

16.00

End of session

12.50 Discussion 13.00

End of session

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SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY 14.00 – 15.00

16.30 – 18.00

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

SYMPOSIUM

Miscellaneous

Correction of Astigmatism in Cataract Surgery

Poster Area Moderators:

R. Bellucci ITALY V. Katsanevaki GREECE

The moderators will present a summary of each poster for 1 minute, followed by 7 minutes discussion with the poster author and the audience. 14.00

R. Alshareef, A. Basheikh, A. Alattas SAUDI ARABIA Awareness of dermatologists regarding the ocular side effects of isotretinoin in Saudi Arabia

14.08

M. Ghasempour, S. Ramin, M. Aghazedehamiri, S. Tabatabaei IRAN Refractory anisometropic amblyopia in children: a cross sectional study

14.16

Blue Hall Chairpersons: N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL 16.30

S. Marcos SPAIN Effect of astigmatism on visual performance

16.40

G. Savini ITALY Techniques for measuring corneal astigmatism

16.50 Discussion 17.00

T. Ferreira PORTUGAL Posterior corneal astigmatism: estimate or measure?

17.10

N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS Methods to align toric IOLs

M. Dragovic, R. Autrata, T. Djurovic, T. Samardzic, S. Eger, M. Milicevic, T. Ljubicic SERBIA LASEK for myopic anisometropic amblyopia in paediatric patients: long-term results

17.20 Discussion 17.30

14.24

P. Mellace, S. Fazio, F. Martino, E. Polito ITALY The role of corneal confocal microscopy in multiple sclerosis

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA Analysis of astigmatic refractive surprises

17.40

T. Kohnen GERMANY Correcting misaligned toric IOLs

14.32

G. Camburu, M. Zemba ROMANIA Refractive outcomes after pterygium surgery

14.40

W. Luboń, K. Jadczyk-Sorek, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Ocular complications in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus

14.48 Discussion 15.00

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17.50 Discussion 18.00

End of session


SUNDAY 11 FEBRUARY 09.00 – 10.30

11.00 – 13.00

SYMPOSIUM

SYMPOSIUM

Organised by the Young Ophthalmologists Committee

Keep Calm: Stress Management During Cataract Surgery Amphitheatre Chairpersons: V. Diakonis GREECE O. Findl AUSTRIA Panellists:

B. Malyugin RUSSIA R. Packard UK V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA

Experienced Surgeons Under Stress 09.00 R. Packard UK A running out rhexis 09.10

B. Malyugin RUSSIA The constricting pupil

09.20

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA The wobbling lens

09.30

S. Barisic SERBIA Posterior capsule rupture

Organised by the Serbian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

Developing Cataract and Refractive Surgery in a Developing Country Amphitheatre Presentations will be in Serbian with simultaneous translation into English. Chairpersons: B. Djurovic SERBIA M. Jankov SERBIA 11.00

M. Jankov SERBIA Combined surgical treatments for keratoconus

11.10

K. Misailović SERBIA Binocular vision and refractive surgery

11.20

V. Jovanović SERBIA Reasons for late retreatment after LASIK and its solutions

11.30 Discussion 11.40

V. Suvajac SERBIA Long-term results of LASIK for the correction of high myopic and hypermetropic astigmatism

11.50

I. Stefanovic SERBIA Phacoemulsification in vitrectomized eyes

12.00

A. Miljković SERBIA Special aspects of cataract surgery in patients with angle-closure glaucoma

09.40 Discussion

Stress Control For Your Next Surgery 09.50 M. Severinsen DENMARK Introduction

S. Severinsen DENMARK Breatheology

12.10 Discussion

10.05 Discussion

12.20

V. Čanadanović SERBIA Outcomes of cataract surgery in paediatric patients

Surgical Stress Quantified

12.30

D. Veselinovic SERBIA Intraocular lens dislocation after cataract surgery

12.40

M. Živković SERBIA Cataract surgery in eyes with diabetic macular edema

10.15

S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

10.25 Discussion 10.30

End of session

12.50 Discussion 13.00

End of session

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e POSTER PRESENTATIONS Poster Area All posters can be viewed on the terminals in the Poster Area.

A. Dan, G. Mercut, I. Mercut ROMANIA Iris coloboma and cataract surgery challenges

Moderated Poster Sessions

D. Djurovic-Raonic, B. Milojko-Scepovic MONTENEGRO Phacoemulsification in a case of Morgagnian cataract

Friday 14.00 – 15.00 Saturday 14.00 – 15.00

M. Dvali, N. Tsintsadze, B. Sirbiladze, L. Jorjikashvili GEORGIA Precizon toric IOL in challenging cases

Poster Awards

P. Gartaganis, S. Alimisi, S. Gartaganis, P. Koutsoukos GREECE Modelling the formation of calcific deposits in hydrophilic IOLs with hydrophobic surface

A prize of €1000 is awarded to the best Cataract and Refractive ePoster presentations of the Meeting.

H. Ginis, G. Rallatos, P. Zafirakis GREECE Retinal image magnification and distortion in the pseudophakic eye

ePoster presentations are judged by an international panel according to the following criteria:

P. Gomez Faiña, X. Nunez Perez, J. Gracia Martinez SPAIN Cataract surgery in Alagille syndrome

– Originality

A. Handique, A. Tamuli INDIA Reverse Kelman phaco tip in management of posterior polar cataract as an efficient multifunctional tool

– Scientific Quality – Relevance to Clinical Practice – Presentation The prizes will be awarded at 11.25 on Saturday 10 February immediately prior to the Symposium in Blue Hall. In order to receive the prize, the poster presenters must be present.

M. Hawlina, P. Schollmayer SLOVENIA Visual performance and subjective satisfaction with trifocal vs extended-depth-of-focus (EDOF) intraocular lenses L. Inferrera, A. Meduri, L. Inferrera, G. Tumminello, G. Oliverio, M. Rechichi, P. Aragona ITALY Cataract surgery on post radial keratotomy patients M. Jafarinasab, D. Najdi, Y. Mehdi, S. Hamideh, K. Masomeh IRAN Indications and outcomes of intraocular lens exchange among pseudophakic eyes in a tertiary referral center

Cataract

Z. Kapsala, D. Pagoulatos, C. Georgakopoulos GREECE Posterior capsule opacification and Nd-YAG laser capsulotomy

T. Abdolahinia, H. Hashemi, E. Jafarzadepour, M. Khabazkhoob IRAN Comparisons of modulation transform function in two monofocal spherical hydrophobic and hydrophilic IOLs

B. Karini, T. Akcetin TURKEY Comparison of visual and refractive results and contrast sensitivity changes in cases with cataract who underwent phacoemulsification with different IOL implantations

P. Agarwal, S. Navon UNITED ARAB EMIRATES To evaluate visual outcome and subjective experience after bilateral implantation of trifocal intraocular lens (IOL)

T. Kohnen, P. Wolfe, A. Chernosky, V. Hernandez, S. Fisherkeller, F. Nguyen, J. Liu GERMANY Assessment of corneal incision enlargement of a new automated preloaded IOL delivery system

A. Bansal INDIA Efficacy and safety of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) in hard cataracts I. Baumhauer, O. Findl, S. Plainis, N. Hirnschall, S. Amir-Asgari, M. Agiorgiotakis AUSTRIA Evaluation of a novel measurement method using an eye tracking device to assess quality of reading in different patient groups D. Breyer, P. Hagen, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, T. Ax, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Introduction of a new diffractive trifocal intraocular lens: comparison with a former diffractive trifocal IOL Z. Cakic, F. Kujundzic, B. Kuzmanovic Elabjer, M. Busic, M. Bjelos CROATIA Incidence of upper eyelid ptosis in topical anesthesia after uncomplicated phacoemulsification G. Camburu, M. Zemba ROMANIA IOL exchange as treatment of UGH Plus syndrome

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S. Konjevoda, A. Didovic Pavicic, S. Canovic, P. Kovacevic CROATIA Postoperative expectations in glaucoma patients undergoing cataract surgery B. Kostovska, Z. Arnaudovski MACEDONIA Cataract surgery in patients with high myopia H. Lee, N. Patel UK A retrospective review of refractive outcomes and surgically induced astigmatism in two different intraocular lenses A. Matsou, E. Anastasopoulos, M. Dermenoudi, C. Keskini, A. Tzamalis, P. Brazitikos GREECE Safety and efficacy of the use of prostaglandin analogues in the immediate postoperative period after uneventful phacoemulsification B. Milojko Scepovic, A. Adzic Zecevic, D. Djurovic Raonic MONTENEGRO Our experience in surgery treatment of hypermature cataract complicated with phacolytic glaucoma


e POSTER PRESENTATIONS S. Moutzouri, E. Kanonidou GREECE Zero power intraocular lens implantation leading to emmetropic refraction after cataract surgery in a highly myopic female G. Neri Pires, T. Ferreira, A. Passarinho, C. Marques, A. Vergamota, J. Silva PORTUGAL Visual function after implantation of two different IOL: TNFT00 (trifocal) and ZXR00 (extended-depth-of-focus) E. Oustoglou, M. Samouilidou, P. Brazitikos, I. Tsinopoulos GREECE Can a scoring system for assessing the risk of intraoperative complications be applied without modifications to every study population? A pseudoexfoliation example D. Pagoulatos, Z. Kapsala, T. Stavropoulou, C. Georgakopoulos GREECE Outcomes of phaco surgery in posterior polar cataract B. Pajic, Z. Cvejic, V. Canadanovic, B. Pajic-Eggspuehler SERBIA High frequency femtosecond laser versus mechanical microkeratome-assisted flap creation for LASIK: a prospective, randomized, paired-eye study C. Park SOUTH KOREA Torsional and flattening effect on corneal astigmatism after cataract surgery: a retrospective analysis M. Petrova, B. Kutchoukov, A. Yaneva, G. Ivanova BULGARIA Comparison and evaluation of the application of Morcher’s pupil dilator, Malyugin Ring, Oasis Pupil Expansion Ring and Visitec I-Ring during cataract phacoemulsification of patients with narrow pupils S. Petrovic Pajic, P. Schollmayer, X. Lumi, M. Hawlina SLOVENIA Spontaneous lens dislocation in hypermature cataract M. Piovella ITALY Toric trifocal IOL as best option to achieve emmetropia and near vision after cataract surgery: 4 years clinical results and patient satisfaction M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Trifocal IOL implantation for the correction of presbyopia in cataract patients: 5 year experience M. Ratković, A. Pidro CROATIA Anterior lenticonus in Alport syndrome: case report M. Rau GERMANY Can an asymmetrical refractive multifocal IOL with +2.0D add help to address patient’s increasing individual and different demands? M. Rau GERMANY Results of implantation of a toric +1.5D add IOL M. Ruiss, N. Hirnschall, J. Hienert, O. Findl AUSTRIA Computer-based tutorial as supportive means to enhance quality and efficiency of the informed consent process for cataract surgery in Turkish or Serbian speaking patients M. Sarfraz, Z. Estephan UK Assessing the variability of keratometry readings in preoperative cataract patients

S. Sayegh USA Simultaneous sphere and toric IOL power optimization in a universal calculator S. Vongkittirux, T. Sorasit, T. Kupakanjana THAILAND The anxiolytic effect of researcher-selected music medicine on patients undergoing phacoemulsification cataract surgery with topical anesthesia, a randomised controlled trial M. Stamenkovic, V. Lukic, I. Sencanic, B. Trajkovic, N. Nikitovic, A. Bajic, T. Mrakovic SERBIA Flanged intrascleral intraocular IOL fixation M. Stamenkovic, V. Lukic, V. Jaksic, S. Babovic, N. Nikitovic, A. Bajic, H. Kujundzic SERBIA Traumatic cataract and intralenticular foreign body D. Stanila, A. Panga, A. Stanila ROMANIA Ocular dominance in lens surgery with multifocal lens implantation G. Steinwender, M. Shajari, T. Kohnen AUSTRIA Refractive outcomes after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in eyes with anterior chamber phakic intraocular lenses P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC First results of implantation of the new sinusoidal trifocal IOL Z. Tegou, G. Karagiannidis-Stampoulis, E. Kanonidou GREECE To stress or not to stess: vitreous staining with Trypan blue after imperfect curvilinear capsulorhexis during cataract surgery E. Turan Vural, A. Kockar, N. Tukenmez Dikmen, N. Kockar, S. Imamoglu TURKEY Risk factors and incidence of aphakic glaucoma after congenital cataract surgery during the first year of life M. Ullrich, J. Hienert, A. Fisus, K. Kefer, C. Pilwachs, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Rotational stability of a blue light-absorbing hydrophobic acrylic posterior chamber single piece intraocular lens

Cornea M. Abdel Hamid Mohammed EGYPT Corneal endothelial cells changes after photorefractive keratectomy with or without mitomycin C M. Ahmad, A. Barua UK Clinical characteristics and microbiological findings in patients with microbial keratitis admitted to a university hospital in Coventry A. Alsmman, A. Mounir, M. Ezz EGYPT Comparative study between air and saline in the reformation of the anterior chamber after cataract surgery by phacoemulsification D. Anwar IRAQ Outcome of the first seventeen Boston Type I keratoprosthesis surgeries in Iraq C. Arce, A. Forsetto, H. Pfluck, L. Sampaio, N. Pereira BRAZIL Curvature and pachymetry maps may guide the location and deepness of the cannula used to form the big bubble type 1 in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK)

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e POSTER PRESENTATIONS O. Ayar, B. Akinci, B. Kalayci, S. Ugurbas TURKEY Evaluating corneal and ocular changes in patients with aortic aneurysm

S. Milišić, S. Hamada BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Outcomes of corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) in children with keratoconus (KC)

S. Baghrizabehi SLOVENIA Rare case of corneal ulcer caused by moraxella

M. Mirdehghan, A. Kasiri, H. Hedayati, M. Montazeri, S. Emadi, N. Kasiri IRAN Topical bevacizumab may inhibit corneal neovascularization

A. Bansal INDIA Comparative efficacy of accelerated corneal cross-linking with conventional (Dresden) protocol M. Bizrah, S. Ahmad UK A study of ocular chemical injuries presenting to a tertiary eye centre in London, UK

S. Moosavi, M. Mohamadinia, M. Keypour, S. Mirheidarian IRAN Infectious keratitis following application of overnight orthokeratology lenses, a multicenter study A. Mounir, E. Mostafa, M. Anber EGYPT Advanced keratoconus with low refractive error

D. Borroni, M. Parekh, Z. Krumina, M. Ferronato LATVIA Importance of axial length and functional corneal endothelial cells in DMEK

E. Mrukwa-Kominek, W. Lubon, R. Kinasz POLAND Improving the quality of life related to vision in patients using innovative eye drops containing semi-fluorinated alkanes

D. Borroni, K. Bajracharya, A. Gautam LATVIA Management of corneal fungal infections

M. Ohn, T. Butler UK Unusual case of infective keratitis with underlying ocular surface disorder and systemic association

V. Damanpak, B. Samet, A. Dustdar IRAN Comparison of central corneal thickness measurements obtained by Pentacam HR and Ultrasound Pachymeter in LASEK candidates M. Esnaashari IRAN Patient satisfaction following application of overnight orthokeratology lenses in Iran: results of a questionnairebased survey S. Fazio, P. Mellace, F. Martino, E. Polito ITALY Corneal confocal microscopy in diabetic patients

A. Oikonomou, N. Ziakas, M. Grentzelos, V. Vlatsios, E. Spathi GREECE Management of aphakia and bullous keratopathy with DSAEK and iris fixated IOL K. Olejnik, E. Wylęgała POLAND Retrospective analysis of fungal keratitis treated in Clinical Department of Ophthalmology in Katowice Railway Hospital from 2013 to 2017

S. Hoseini, M. Aghazadeh Amiri, N. Bageryzadeh IRAN Central corneal thickness in east of Iran: a retrospective study in Zahedan

S. Parreira, D. Lopes, S. Barros, F. Freitas, J. Diogo, N. Campos PORTUGAL Identification and antimicrobial susceptibility of microorganisms isolated from corneal ulcers: a 3-year review in a tertiary hospital

S. Hosseini, A. Doaei IRAN Review of dry eye and its treatment in Persian traditional medicine

N. Polunina, N. Kachuriak UKRAINE Our experience of phacoemulsification of cataract in the patient with Fuchs corneal dystrophy

J. Janiszewska-Salamon, W. Lubon, A. Urgacz-Lechowicz, R. Gawlik, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Assessment of eosinophils in conjunctiva in patients with allergic conjunctivitis with negative allergic tests

M. Radenkovic, G. Stankovic Babic, J. Djordjevic Jocic, P. Jovanovic, M. Zivkovic, S. Cekic, M. Trenkic Bozinovic SERBIA Changes in keratometry following trabeculectomy

N. Kachuriak, N. Polunina UKRAINE Deep corneal edema in the early period after corneal collagen cross-linking N. Kara, Y. Karakucuk TURKEY Amniotic membrane transplantation with a modified ocular surface ring: a sutureless ocular surface reconstruction technique Y. Klimesova, P. Studeny, M. Netukova CZECH REPUBLIC Autologous transplantation of limbal stem cells in patient after alkali burn: a case report A. Kockar, E. Turan Viral, N. Tukenmez Dikmen, N. Kockar TURKEY Outcomes of combined penetrating keratoplasty with scleral tunnel scleral sutured intraocular lens implantation A. Makselis, R. Asoklis LITHUANIA Amniotic membrane transplantation for leaking corneal wounds S. Milišić, S. Hamada BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Corneal cross-linking (CXL): how do patients see it?

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S. Rajabi, F. Askarizadeh, H. Ostadi-Moghaddam, M. Sedaghat, F. Narooie-Noori, T. Rakhshandadi IRAN Characteristics of corneal endothelial cells in bilateral keratoconus cases with unilateral corneal Vogt’s striae N. Rybarova, M. Zemanova, P. Hornackova, M. Michalec, D. Vyslouzilova, E. Vlkova CZECH REPUBLIC Tectonic penetrating keratoplasty in a patient with ichthyosis D. Schmidl, S. Szegedi, K. Fondi, A. Bata, U. Scheschy, R. Werkmeister, G. Garhofer AUSTRIA Effect of single instillation of three different topical lubricants on tear film thickness in patients with dry eye disease P. Schollmayer, Z. Luznik, L. Lapajne, M. Hawlina SLOVENIA Starting DMEK without transition from DSAEK Z. Shukur IRAQ A step toward long lasting keratoplasty in medically challenging corneal grafts K. Singh INDIA Role of anterior segment optical coherence tomography in the evaluation of microbial keratitis


e POSTER PRESENTATIONS R. Strupaite, A. Makselis, D. Petroska, R. Asoklis LITHUANIA Drug resistant Acremonium kiliense keratitis in contact lens wearers

M. Ghomi, A. Kasiri, M. Feghhi, F. Farrahi, M. Mirdehghan, H. Hedayati IRAN Topical timolol may inhibit corneal neovascularization in rabbits

M. Suleimenov, B. Issergepova, A. Kartabayeva KAZAKHSTAN Perforation of the cornea in pregnant women: clinical report

P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, T. Ax, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Evaluation of stereopsis for blended vision variants with refractive MIOL compared to phakic eyes

I. Vasilyeva, V. Egorov, A. Vasilyev RUSSIA Analysis of the effectiveness of intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation with the use of own method for calculating their parameters in pellucid marginal corneal degeneration N. Velikova-Pavlova, B. Kutchoukov, A. Yaneva BULGARIA Post-varicella disciform keratitis: case report A. Zare Mehrjardi, M. Zare, H. Zare Mehrjardi, A. Zare Mehrjardi IRAN Central corneal thickness measurement in patients with corneal dystrophy

Miscellaneous F. Akritidou, S. Roumelis, I. Kassos, T. Papapaulidou, I. Milona, A. Karachalios, C. Karagiannidis GREECE Pseudo Foster-Kennedy syndrome: diagnosis and causes A. Alattas, S. Alghamdi, R. Alshareef, R. Alhibshi, L. Almalki SAUDI ARABIA Ophthalmic manifestation in patients with leukemia among King Abdulaziz Medical City, Jeddah A. Alsmman, A. Mounir EGYPT Combined oral propranolol with intralesional injection of triamcinolone acetonide in treatment of infantile periocular haemangiomas K. Chawla, S. G M INDIA Comparison of central corneal thickness and endothelial cell density in patients with various types of glaucoma and patients without glaucoma V. Cvintal, T. Cvintal BRAZIL Ab-interno canal surgery: step-by-step approach for beginners A. Doaei IRAN Herbal medications and dry eye: an overview based on Persian traditional medicine A. Fahem, G. Mariatos UK Surgical evacuation of total traumatic hyphaema with acute rise in the intraocular pressure and no perception of light vision C. Găvănescu, A. Burloiu, L. Petrescu, R. Ionescu, P. Grecu, A. Roman ROMANIA Patient selection for new minimally invasive glaucoma surgical procedure M. Geneid, J. Kettunen, I. Nuuttila, T. Lintonen, V. Saarela, J. Liinamaa FINLAND Relationship of retinal vessel diameter with retinal nerve fiber layer thickness: The Northern Finland Birth Cohort Eye Study (NFBC Eye Study) M. Ghasempour, M. Aghazadeh Amiri, S. Ramin IRAN Disadvantage of patching therapy in anisohypermetropic amblyopia

S. Hoseini, S. Sahebzadeh, A. Saremi, A. Vaziri, M. Hosseini IRAN Ophthalmic screening in female trainee school teachers in Zahedan, Iran M. Khorvash IRAN Social determinants of health and ophthalmology, an updated hypothesis A. Matsou, A. Matsou, C. Keskini, P. Brazitikos, E. Anastasopoulos GREECE Prevalence of signs and symptoms of ocular surface disease in subjects treated for glaucoma with and without pseudoexfoliation V. Melnyk UKRAINE Age-related open-angle glaucoma: when cataract surgery is enough J. Moghimi, M. Pourazizi IRAN Retinal toxicity in patients treated with hydroxychloroquine E. Mrukwa-Kominek, S. Sirek, E. Filipek, B. Wojcik-Niklewska, M. Janeczko, D. Pojda-Wwilczek POLAND Ocular features in Aicardi syndrome P. Papadopoulos, K. Athanasiou, A. Papadopoulos GREECE A novel method for trimming artificial iris during surgery T. Papapavlidou, S. Roumelis, F. Akritidou, A. Karachalios, I. Kassos, C. Karagiannidis GREECE Atrial fibrillation diagnosis resulting from visual fields examination A. Papazacharia, E. Kanonidou GREECE Peculiar case of acute periorbital oedema in patient with past traumatic brain injury and orbit bone defect. Understanding the importance of taking a thorough medical history S. Parreira, D. Silva, M. Farah, V. Mascaro PORTUGAL Corneal findings in ectrodactyly ectodermal dysplasia clefting syndrome: a clinical case M. Pishnamazi, H. Ostadi Moghadam IRAN An innovative vision chart optotype (Stripy Circle) S. Roumelis, F. Akritidou, I. Kassos, I. Milona, T. Papapavlidou, A. Karachalios, C. Karagiannidis GREECE Episcleral arteriovenous malformation (AVM) near limbus: a case report M. Sabouri, E. Kazemnezhad, V. Hafezi IRAN Macular thickness in healthy eyes using Cirrus HD-OCT P. Santiago, F. Becquet, X. Zanlonghi, J. Bosc FRANCE Qualitative and quantitative study of ophthalmic consultation in France: a multicentre descriptive survey S. Sapeta, G. Sunaric Megevand, L. Schmetterer, R. Werkmeister POLAND Application of ultrahigh resolution OCT for assessment of Schlemm’s canal microstructure

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e POSTER PRESENTATIONS T. Sarenac Vulovic, S. Sreckovic, N. Petrovic, M. Janicijevic Petrovic, D. Todorovic, S. Jovanovic SERBIA Effect of phacoemulsification on intraocular pressure in patients with XFG A. Syla Lokaj, B. Rama KOSOVO Bilateral retinal detachment secondary to clomiphene citrate N. Tukenmez Dikmen, E. Turan Viral, A. Kockar, H. Yildiz, E. Savran Elibol TURKEY Effect of Ramadan fasting on anterior segment parameters, axial length and intraocular pressure of the eye

Refractive D. Abelski, I. Zabarouski, A. Haddad BELARUS Comparison of aspheric and wavefront-guided femto-LASIK results in groups formed by propencity score matching method S. Adib-Moghaddam, S. Soleyman-Jahi, G. Tefagh, M. Razi, A. Haydar IRAN Quantitative and qualitative visual outcomes of refined single-step transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy in hyperopia: 18-month follow-up study N. Aldasheva, Z. Iskakbayeva, I. Stepanova, A. Auezova, M. Yerboluly, M. Kulmaganbetov KAZAKHSTAN Introduction of a distant screening survey of schoolchildren D. Belov, V. Nicolaenko RUSSIA Biometric and refractive changes after Ahmed valve implantation M. Bohac, N. Gabric, I. Dekaris, A. Barisic, V. Cerovic CROATIA Use of LASIK for correction of residual refractive errors after refractive lens exchange O. Ibrahim, A. El Massry, K. Nagy, I. Sayed, M. Abdalla EGYPT To evaluate safety and efficacy of SMILE procedure: 7 years follow-up M. Jankov, V. Jovanovic, L. Nikolic, T. Mrakovic SERBIA Corneal collagen cross-linking with riboflavin and UV light in combination with other therapeutic methods for treatment of keratoconus A. Karimova, A. Doga, I. Mushkova RUSSIA Wavefront-guided, topo-guided or conventional ablation algorithm: which one is better for primary myopic LASIK? O. Klokova RUSSIA The three-dimensional evaluation of visual functions after complex myopic astigmatism correction using ReLEx® SMILE method M. Končarević CROATIA Implantation of multifocal IOL after LASIK B. Kozomara, E. Potkonjak, D. Abdulaj, N. Gabric BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Mixing and matching: which type of diffractive intraocular lens is the best fit? C. Lindel, F. Kretz, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, S. Abdassalam, M. Muller, G. Auffarth, M. Gerl GERMANY Enhancing intermediate vision and patient satisfaction by combining enhanced depth-of-focus IOL and trifocal IOL models with different add powers

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T. Mrakovic, M. Jankov, V. Jovanovic, L. Nikolic SERBIA Clinical results of photorefractive keratectomy in patients with myopia greater than -8D R. Murphy, B. Power, A. Leccisotti, M. O'Keefe, M. Guerin IRELAND Efficacy, predictability and safety in myopic LASIK with the FEMTO LDV Z6 Femtosecond and WaveLight EX500 Excimer laser platform G. Neri Pires, A. Vergamota, J. Silva PORTUGAL Residual ametropia after ametropia correction B. Pajic-Eggspuehler, Z. Cvejic, V. Canadanovic, B. Pajic SWITZERLAND Clinical evidence of ambient temperature variations on femtosecond laser performance and comparison with a mechanical microkeratome S. Rajabi, M. Khoraminejad, M. Aghazadeh Amiri, M. Khodaparast, F. Askarizadeh, M. Ghorbani, S. Tabatabaei IRAN Astigmatism profile following MyoRing implantation M. Shajari, I. Jaffary, K. Herrmann, C. Grunwald, G. Steinwender, W. Mayer, T. Kohnen GERMANY Early changes in eyes of keratoconus patients P. Subudhi, S. Patro INDIA To show safety and efficacy of topo-guided LASIK in steep corneas M. Suleimenov KAZAKHSTAN Femtolaser correction of moderate myopia by SMILE


GENERAL INFORMATION SATELLITE MEETINGS EXHIBITION

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GENERAL INFORMATION Venue

ESCRS Resource Centre

Sava Centar, Milentija Popovića, Belgrade, Serbia.

Location: Booth B30, Exhibition Hall

Currency The official currency of the Meeting is the Euro.

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

Local currency: Serbian Dinar

Financial Disclosure

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

Presenters are required to disclose all financial interests at the beginning of their presentation, highlighting those which are relevant to the presentation. If a presenter has no financial interest this should be declared on their opening slide. Financial disclosure information for Free Paper and Poster presentations is also available on the ESCRS website.

Opening Hours Registration Thursday 8 February Friday 9 February Saturday 10 February Sunday 11 February

CME Credits 16.00 – 18.00 07.30 – 18.30 07.15 – 18.00 08.15 – 13.30

Speaker Check-In Room Thursday 8 February Friday 9 February Saturday 10 February Sunday 11 February

Saturday 10 February Sunday 11 February

Through an agreement between the European Union of Medical Specialists and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert EACCME® credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Information on the process to convert EACCME® credits to AMA credits can be found at www.ama-assn.org/education/earn-creditparticipation-international-activities.

09.00 – 17.30 09.00 – 17.30 09.00 – 13.00

Live educational activities occurring outside of Canada, recognised by the UEMS-EACCME® for ECMEC® credits are deemed to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

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

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This Meeting has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 19 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those credits that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

16.00 – 18.00 07.00 – 19.00 07.00 – 18.00 07.30 – 11.30

Exhibition Friday 9 February

European Credits

Each participant can only receive the number of credits he/ she is entitled to according to his/her actual participation at the event once he/she has completed the feedback form for each session. The EACCME® awards ECMEC®s on the basis of 1 ECMEC® for one hour of CME with a maximum of 8 ECMEC®s per day. Each delegate should contact his/her national CME body directly in order to claim their credits for the Meeting.


GENERAL INFORMATION ATM & Currency Exchange Bureau

Hotel Information Desk

Location: Opposite Sava Restaurant

Location: Exhibition Hall Hotel Information for Vienna Annual Congress 2018

Boarding Pass Printing Station & Internet Access

Lost & Found

Location: ESCRS Resource Centre, Booth B30

Location: Registration Desk

Cafés and Restaurants

Meeting App

Location: Please refer to Congress Centre map

To download the Meeting App search for ‘ESCRS Belgrade 2018’ in the Google Play or the App Store.

Cloakroom Location: Registration Area and Upper Ground Floor

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

Coffee Breaks

Password: belgrade2018

Location: Exhibition Hall Complimentary coffee breaks are scheduled as follows: Friday 9 February 10.30 – 11.00 16.30 – 17.00 Saturday 10 February 11.00 – 11.30 16.00 – 16.30 Sunday 11 February

10.30 – 11.00

Device Charging Station Location: Exhibition Hall

Join the Conversation in Belgrade #ESCRS18 Stay connected to ESCRS during the Meeting and beyond by following us on social media.

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Reach the peak.

Meet us at the Resource Centre Exhibition Hall, Booth B30

www.escrs.org

Belong to something impressive. Join us.


EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY

FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY

Lunchtime Symposium

Lunchtime Symposium

12.45 – 14.15

13.00 – 14.00

Amphitheatre

Annex B

The Refractive IOL Forum: Using Presbyopia and Toric Lens Technologies to Achieve Optimal Cataract Refractive Outcomes

Improving Surgical Outcomes with Advanced Diagnosis & Treatment of Ocular Surface Diseases

Moderators:

Boxed Lunch Included

O. Findl AUSTRIA T. Kohnen GERMANY

Boxed Lunch Included

Moderators:

B. Cochener FRANCE J. Güell SPAIN

Supported by an independent medical education grant from:

Supported by an independent medical education grant from:

SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY

SATURDAY 10 FEBRUARY

Lunchtime Symposium

Lunchtime Symposium

13.00 – 14.00

13.00 – 14.00

Annex B

Annex A

Enhancing Clinical Performance and Efficiency Workflow in Cataract Surgery

Patient Reported Outcomes in Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Moderator:

Moderator:

Boxed Lunch Included

M. Stojkovic SERBIA

T. Kohnen GERMANY Clareon AutonoMe early clinical experience

G. Scharioth GERMANY Connecting the benefits of torsional and Balanced tip to Active Fluidics with Centurion Vision System

Boxed Lunch Included

O. Findl AUSTRIA

G. Katz FRANCE Introduction to value based healthcare and patient reported outcomes measurement

D. Pinero SPAIN Patient satisfaction in LASIK

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Improving astigmatism management and diagnostic efficiency with intraoperative aberrometry

D. Touboul FRANCE Preoperative management of the ocular surface as a key for satisfaction

M. Stojkovic SERBIA Advantages of single use and procedural approach in cataract surgery (from studies highlighting the risk of reuse on phaco tips to advantages of single use products)

O. Findl AUSTRIA Patient selection for maximum satisfaction after presbyopia correction IOL implantation

Questions and answers

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CONGRESS CENTRE

Congress Centre Floorplan

Video Studio

Wetlabs

First Floor

Room 5

Annex B

Sava Restaurant

Room 6

Room 15

Annex A

Hall 2

Centre Bar Café

Rooms 9.1 – 9.3

Upper Ground Floor

Speaker Check-In

Amphitheatre

Hotel Crowne Plaza

Blue Hall

Exhibition

Lower Ground Floor Registration

Main Entrance

(Vladimira Popovića)

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Poster Area

ESCRS Resource Centre


EXHIBITION

Exhibition

Upper Ground Floor

Upper Ground Floor

B04

B05

B04A

B06 B07

B08 B09

B10

B11

B12

B13

B03

B20

B24

B02 Café Bar

B21

B25

B14 Café Bar

Poster Area

B22

Exhibitor Name

B30 ESCRS Resource Centre

B15 B16 B17

Blue Hall

Booth No.

Exhibitor Name

Booth No.

AlconB05

Johnson & Johnson Vision

APPASAMY ASSOCIATES

THÉAB10

B02

B12

AvedroB09

OCULUS Optikgeräte GmbH

B06

Bausch + Lomb

B14

OPHTECB24

Daud Jee Mfg Co.

B15

Pharma Swiss d.o.o.

B14

ESCRS Resource Centre

B30

SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions GmbH

B08

EYE LOVE KOREA

B17

SIFI SPA

B21

Gebauer Medizintechnik GmbH

B22

SPEEDWAY SURGICAL CO.

B04

HOYA Surgical Optics GmbH

B07

Tomey GmbH

B20

FRIMENB16

Tracey Technologies by Medequip

B03

ifa systems AG

B25

Ziemer Ophthalmic Systems AG

INDO WEBAL

B13

B11

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

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

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VIENNA 2018 36 Congress of the ESCRS TH

22–26 September Reed Messe, Vienna, Austria

www.escrs.org

Abstract Submission Deadline 15 March 2018


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