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LISBON2017 7–11 OCTOBER

XXXV Congress of the ESCRS

Programme


Moderated Poster Sessions Presented Poster Sessions E-Poster Terminals

See Programme Overview for Session Times

Located in Pavilion 3


CONTENTS Board & Committees

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Welcome from the President 

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Programme Overview

4

Surgical Skills Training Courses

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Scientific Programme – Saturday 

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Scientific Programme – Sunday 

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Scientific Programme – Monday 

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Scientific Programme – Tuesday 

81

Scientific Programme – Wednesday

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ePosters 

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Video Competition 

135

Video Library

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ESONT Ophthalmic Nurses and Technicians Meeting

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General Information 

151

Sponsors154 EuroTimes Satellite Education Programme 

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Congress Centre & Exhibition Maps

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List of Exhibitors 

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Index172

Interactive Session 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Audience Voting

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ESCRS BOARD & COMMITTEES President

David Spalton UK

President Elect

Beatrice Cochener FRANCE

Secretary

Oliver Findl AUSTRIA

Treasurer

Thomas Kohnen GERMANY

Board Members Michael Amon AUSTRIA Roberto Bellucci ITALY Massimo Busin ITALY Dan Epstein SWITZERLAND José Güell SPAIN Vikentia Katsanevaki GREECE Boris Malyugin RUSSIA Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Emanuel Rosen UK Paul Rosen UK Ulf Stenevi SWEDEN Jerome Vryghem BELGIUM

Co-Opted Board Members Anders Behndig SWEDEN Merab Dvali GEORGIA Guy Kleinmann ISRAEL Guna Laganovska LATVIA Brian Little UK Fatih Mehmet Mutlu TURKEY Filomena Ribeiro PORTUGAL

Finance Committee

Education Committee

Charity Committee

Roberto Bellucci ITALY (CHAIRPERSON) Michael Amon AUSTRIA Beatrice Cochener FRANCE Alja Crnej SLOVENIA Merab Dvali GEORGIA Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Thomas Kohnen GERMANY Guna Laganovska LATVIA Brian Little UK Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Fatih Mehmet Mutlu TURKEY Richard Packard UK Vladimir Pfeifer SLOVENIA Paul Rosen UK David Spalton UK Marie-José Tassignon BELGIUM Jerome Vryghem BELGIUM

David Spalton UK (CHAIRPERSON) José Güell SPAIN Thomas Kohnen GERMANY Ewa Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Ioannis Pallikaris GREECE

Programme Committee

Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Roberto Bellucci ITALY José Güell SPAIN Paul McGinn IRELAND David Spalton UK

David Spalton UK (CHAIRPERSON) Sava Barisic SERBIA Roberto Bellucci ITALY Beatrice Cochener FRANCE 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 Kaarina Vannas FINLAND

Publications Committee

Thomas Kohnen GERMANY (CHAIRPERSON) Beatrice Cochener FRANCE Oliver Findl AUSTRIA Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS 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

General Purposes Committee

Research Committee

Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Beatrice Cochener FRANCE Roberto Bellucci ITALY José Güell SPAIN Thomas Kohnen GERMANY David Spalton UK

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Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (CHAIRPERSON) Anders Behndig SWEDEN Beatrice Cochener FRANCE 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

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

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 Stefan Palkovits AUSTRIA Angela Panico ITALY Catarina Pedrosa PORTUGAL Martina Sajdikova CZECH REPUBLIC Martin Severinsen DENMARK Mehdi Shajari GERMANY Zaid Shalchi UK Nienke Visser THE NETHERLANDS Sylwia Wagner POLAND

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


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 Lisbon for the XXXV 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 2017 Binkhorst Medal Lecture will be given by Boris Malyugin during the Opening Ceremony at 10.00 on Sunday morning and the title of his lecture is ’Cataract Surgery in High-Risk Eyes: Lessons Learned’. 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 and is a key part of the scientific programme. 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 coming days, and is the perfect way to round off the Congress. 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, Laser Refractive Surgery, Presbyopia and Symposia. 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. A scientific 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 Lisbon.

Yours sincerely,

David Spalton President, ESCRS

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VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON CHALLENGING CASES

P. 26

The Irregular Cornea

ESCRS/ EUCORNEA SYMPOSIUM

P. 23

ARENA

Corneal Measurements and Their Effect on Toric IOL Power Calculations

What Can We Learn from PatientReported Outcome Measures

CLINICAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIA

The Pupil in Cataract and Refractive Surgery

When Surgery is Not Enough: New Drug Delivery Methods

P. 18

ROOM 2.1

REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE

P. 20

ROOM 4.1

Starting Phaco (including YO videos)

YO PROGRAMME

P. 21

MEETING CENTER ROOM I

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 24

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

P. 23

POSTER VILLAGE

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER Sessions


IC21 Learning phaco chop: pearls & pitfalls

IC30 Pterygium management

IC15 Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty challenges

IC06 Corneal cross-linking therapy

ROOM 3.2

IC22 Corneal inlay technologies for the treatment of presbyopia

IC12 Conquering capsule complications

IC03 Glaucoma surgery: modern perspectives

ROOM 3.3

IC23 Microinvasive glaucoma surgery

IC13 IOL implantation in eyes with deficient capsules: a video-based course

IC04 Managing cataract complications & complex cataract cases

ROOM 3.4

Intracorneal rings for keratoconus & post-LASIK ectasia

IC26

IC16 LASIK: update with surgical tips in primary & secondary cases – basic comparison with surface ablation technique

IC27

IC17 Basic phaco (Part 2)

ESONT Course Refractive surgery for ophthalmic personnel (Part 1 – Theory)

ESONT Course B-Scan ultrasound of the anterior and posterior segments

P. 149

ESONT Course Biometry and IOL calculations for refractive cataract surgery

P. 149

IC01 Basic microsurgical suturing techniques for beginners

P. 149

ROOM 4.3

ROOM 4.2

Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis: from indications to innovations

P. 22 IC07 LASIK: basic steps for safety & great results

ROOM 3.5

IC28 Update in corneal dystrophies & degenerations

IC18 Explantation & secondary IOL video course

IC08 Basic phaco (Part 1)

ROOM 4.4

Understanding OVDs to optimise use in cataract surgery & complications

IC29

IC19 PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK

IC09 Toric IOLs: planning for success & dealing with failure

ROOM 4.5

Using the European Cornea & Cell Transplant Registry for clinical improvement

ECCTR Course

IC20 Microinvasive glaucoma surgery: ready for prime time?

IC10

A step-by-step approach to successful DALK with the big bubble technique

ROOM 4.6

IC24 All you need to know about contact lenses as a refractive surgeon

IC14 IOL calculation after refractive surgery

IC05 How to improve your refractive & cataract surgery outcomes by skilful interpretation of corneal imaging

ROOM 4.7

ESONT Course Infection control

P. 149

MEETING CENTER ROOM III

P. 24

18.00

17.00

IC11 Therapeutic refractive surgery...live!

IC02 Malpositioned lenses: optimal surgical management techniques

ROOM 3.1

P. 22

16.00

15.00

14.00

13.00

12.00

11.00

10.00

09.00

08.00

Instructional Courses SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER

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10.00

09.00

08.00

FREE PAPERS:

You Make the Call

VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS

P. 52

Controversies in Cataract & Refractive Surgery

JCRS SYMPOSIUM

P. 43

Changing Pharmaceutical Treatment Patterns in Cataract Surgery

P. 43 MAIN SYMPOSIUM

OPENING CEREMONY & BINKHORST MEDAL LECTURE

P. 39

ARENA

CATARACT

Presbyopia Management

FREE PAPERS

P. 51

VIDEO AWARDS SESSION

P. 44

Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal II

FREE PAPERS

P. 40

Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal I

FREE PAPERS

P. 31

ROOM 2.1

Advanced Surface Photoablation I

FREE PAPERS

P. 34

MEETING CENTER ROOM I

REFRACTIVE

P. 45

OTHER

Avoiding Mistakes in Cataract Surgery

YO SESSION

P. 51

Cornea: Surgical II

FREE PAPERS

CORNEA

Pseudophakic IOL Power Calculation: Photic Phenomena After IOL Implantation

P. 53

FREE PAPERS

ESONT FREE PAPERS

P. 146

Small Lenticule Extraction

FREE PAPERS

ESONT FORUM

Imaging Anterior Segment

FREE PAPERS

P. 50

Cataract Surgery Outcomes: IOL Power Calculations

P. 46

FREE PAPERS

Cornea: Surgical I

FREE PAPERS

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT MASTERCLASS

P. 35

ROOM 4.6

ESONT PORTUGUESE SYMPOSIUM

P. 146

ROOM 4.5

P. 41 P. 42

FemtolaserAssisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS) I

FREE PAPERS

P. 32

ROOM 3.6

P. 146

Quality of Vision & Dry Eye

FREE PAPERS

P. 35

ROOM 3.4

Part 3 Imaging the Human Eye

Part 2 Visual Behaviour (Visual Function)

WORKSHOP ON VISUAL OPTICS

Part 1 Visual Optics

P. 30

MEETING CENTER ROOM II

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 48

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

P. 44

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 36

POSTER VILLAGE

SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER Sessions


IC63

Improving refractive outcomes in corneal graft surgery

IC66 Open sesame: dealing with the small pupil

IC55 Complications in LASIK: management & prevention

IC64

Anterior segment OCT in corneal diseases & surgery, & cataract surgery

IC53 Current state of corneal cross-linking: controversies & recommendations

IC45 Multifocal IOLs: masterclass

IC33 Posterior capsule rupture: mastering vitrectomy & IOL implantation; a video-based course

Ocular surface masterclass for the cataract surgeon

IC67

IC56 Overview of phakic IOLs

IC48 Managing phaco complications in rock hard cataracts

IC36 Improving IOL power calculation

ROOM 3.5

IC62

Strategies for very dense nuclei & other challenging & complicated cases

IC51

Corneal biomechanics for the clinician: understanding the basics

IC43 A video bouquet of phaco complications

IC31 The basics of corneal topography: understanding what you are seeing

ROOM 4.1

IC68

Wavefront optics for the nonmathematician

IC57 Oculoplastic surgery for cataract & refractive surgeons

IC49 In-the-bag IOL dislocations

IC37 New surgical approaches to glaucoma: which way to go & how to minimise the risk for the newcomer

ROOM 4.2

IC69

Transitioning to FLACS: benefits & limits

IC58 Teaching statistics in the overall context of preparing & writing a scientific paper

IC39 Comprehensive keratoplasty techniques (Part 2)

P. 38

IC38 Comprehensive keratoplasty techniques (Part 1)

ROOM 4.3

IC70

Eective digital marketing & social media strategies that increase patient volume

IC59 Present state, developments & future of the capsular tension ring (CTR)

Early quantitative & qualitative keratoconus diagnosis & progression criteria utilising a combination of modern cornea diagnostics

IC40

ROOM 4.4

IC71

DSAEK or DMEK: how to choose the best procedure

IC60 Visual field evaluation

ESONT Course Visual fields for ophthalmic personnel

P. 149

IC41 Femtophaco: advancing frontiers

ROOM 4.5

IC65

From bacterial keratitis to herpetic & Acanthamoeba infections

IC54 Management of cataract in challenging cases

IC46 DALK: from standard technique to new frontiers

IC34 Salvaging your worst catastrophes & complications in refractive surgery: a video-based course

ROOM 4.7

IC72

Anterior segment involvement in autoimmune diseases

IC61 Multifocal, toric multifocal, extended depth-offocus & pinhole IOLs: face the challenge

IC50

Schlemm’s canal surgery: ab-externo & ab-interno (viscocanalostomy & canaloplasty)

IC42 Management of dissatisfaction after multifocal IOL

MEETING CENTER ROOM III

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17.00

IC52 Converting to refractive lens exchange & presbyopia correction for the general cataract surgeon

IC47 Combined cataract & glaucoma surgery: when, what & how

IC35 Toric IOLs, femto-LRIs & vector planning: refractive surprises & optimising excimer laser treatments

ROOM 3.3

P. 39

16.00

15.00

14.00

13.00

IC44 Corneal surgery assisted by femtosecond laser

IC32 The management of complications encountered during cataract surgery

ROOM 3.2

P. 33

12.00

11.00

10.00

09.00

08.00

ROOM 3.1

Instructional Courses SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER P. 54

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FREE PAPERS:

Complicated Cataract Surgery: Doing It My Way

CSCRS SYMPOSIUM

P. 77

Getting Into Trouble?

SURGICAL VIDEO SESSION

P. 69

Building a New Eye

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 68

ARENA

CATARACT

Pseudophakic IOLs: Monofocal

FREE PAPERS

P. 77

SMILE, LASIK & Re-treatment

FREE PAPERS

P. 71

Corneal Biomechanics

FREE PAPERS

P. 59

ROOM 2.1

REFRACTIVE

The Treatment of Presbyopia

LUSOHISPÂNICOBRASILEIRO SYMPOSIUM

P. 76

P. 60

ROOM 4.1

OTHER

Cataract Surgery Paediatric/ Complications/ Management

FREE PAPERS

P. 78

Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric, Multifocal, Accommodative

P. 71 FREE PAPERS

What We Have Now and What We Will Have in Refractive Surgery

ESONT SYMPOSIUM

P. 147

Glaucoma

FREE PAPERS

CORNEA

LASIK: Flap Morphology & Ablation Profile

FREE PAPERS

P. 62

ROOM 3.6

Cataract Surgery Equipment/ Instrumentation/ Surgical Devices

FREE PAPERS

P. 79

LASIK Outcomes & Refinements

FREE PAPERS

P. 72

FemtolaserAssisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS) II

FREE PAPERS

P. 63

ROOM 4.4

FREE PAPERS

Corneal, Scleral & Pharmaceutical Treatment of Presbyopia

P. 80

Cataract Surgery Special Cases

FREE PAPERS

P. 73

Phakic IOLs

FREE PAPERS

P. 64

MEETING CENTER ROOM I

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

P. 58

MEETING CENTER ROOM II

P. 69

ORBIS FREE PAPERS

MEETING CENTER ROOM III

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 74

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

P. 70

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 65

POSTER VILLAGE

MONDAY 9 OCTOBER Sessions


IC102 DALK: how to standardise & master this procedure

IC106 Advanced intracorneal segment implantation

IC96 Primary posterior capsulorhexis: indications & surgical techniques

IC87

Astigmatism management with toric IOL

IC77 Presbyopia lens surgery

IC103 Cataract surgery in complicated cornea cases

IC93

Enhanced screening for ectasia susceptibility prior to laser vision correction: from corneal topography & pachymetry to 3D tomography & biomechanics

IC84 Phaco nightmares & worst case scenarios: a video-based course

IC74 Tips & tricks for challenging cataract surgery

ROOM 3.3

IC104

Different excimer laser ablation profiles: why & how you should choose & perform

IC85 Measuring, marking & managing astigmatism in cataract surgery & RLE: all you need to know

IC75 Nonpenetrating glaucoma surgery, canaloplasty & MIGS for the cataract surgeon

ROOM 3.4

IC107

Acanthamoeba keratitis: a case-based approach

IC97 Modern diagnostic & therapeutic techniques for irregular cornea

IC88 Glaucoma surgery for the cataract surgeon: ways to improve your outcomes & to catch up with the latest

Endophthalmitis after cataract surgery

IC78

ROOM 3.5

IC108

Updates on dry eye diagnosis & management with expert case discussions

IC98 Optimising toric IOL outcomes

All you wanted to know: microbial keratitis

IC89

IC79

Curbside consult for keratoconus: a case-based approach

ROOM 4.2

IC109

What’s new in paediatric cataract surgery?

IC99 Mastering endothelial keratoplasty: DSEK/DMEK/ PDEK – a video-based course

IC90 Avoiding complications & managing challenging cataracts with femtophaco

IC94 How to avoid the mistakes we made in converting to DMEK

ROOM 4.3

IC110

Anesthesia for the anterior segment surgeon

IC100 FLACS: the state of the art

IC81 Keratoconus: from diagnosis to treatment; the current state of the art

ROOM 4.5

IC111

Internet marketing in the digital age: how to achieve practice success

IC91 New concepts & research on keratoconus

IC82 Strategies & techniques for IOL exchange

ROOM 4.6

IC105

Hit the target: basic concepts & guidance for proper IOL selection

IC95 Ocular surface disease & implication for surgical outcomes

IC86 Phakic IOL decision making: when & where to implant? When & how to explant?

IC76 Fundamentals of medical & surgical retina for cataract & refractive surgeons

ROOM 4.7

IC25

Meibomian gland dysfunction & chronic blepharitis

IC80 ReLEx SMILE: scientific summary & surgical tips & pearls

MEETING CENTER ROOM III

P. 61

18.00

17.00

IC92 Phaco techniques & complications

IC83

Therapeutic corneal refractive surgery: achieving excellent outcomes in complications after LASIK or PRK

IC73 Complications & expanding applications of corneal cross-linking

ROOM 3.2

P. 68

16.00

15.00

14.00

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10.00

09.00

08.00

ROOM 3.1

Instructional Courses MONDAY 9 OCTOBER P. 80

P. 70

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FREE PAPERS:

Intrastromal Lenticule Extraction: To smile or to Cry?

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 90

ROOM 2.1

CATARACT

LASIK Outcomes & Complications

FREE PAPERS

P. 96

REFRACTIVE

OTHER

Cataract Surgery Instruments/Devices

FREE PAPERS

P. 95

LASIK & Imaging

FREE PAPERS

P. 94

Advanced Surface Photoablation II

P. 86

ROOM 4.1

FREE PAPERS

CORNEA

Living on the Edge

ISRS SYMPOSIUM

P. 97

Cataract Surgery Complications: IOL Dislocation & Opacification

FREE PAPERS

PRESBYOPIA WORKSHOP

Non-invasive Strategies for the Correction of Presbyopia

P. 92

Cornea: Medical

FREE PAPERS

P. 82

ROOM 3.6

P. 91

Pseudophakic IOLs: Enlarged Depth of Focus

FREE PAPERS

P. 84

ROOM 3.1

Training & Innovation

FREE PAPERS

P. 96

Cataract Surgery Practice Styles/PCO

FREE PAPERS

P. 93

Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric

FREE PAPERS

P. 85

ROOM 4.4

Cross-Linking

FREE PAPERS

P. 90

Endophthalmitis/ Ocular Infections/ Miscellaneous

FREE PAPERS

P. 83

ROOM 4.6

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

P. 94

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 87

POSTER VILLAGE

TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER Sessions


18.00

17.00

16.00

IC121 Astigmatism evaluation & treatment: the current state of the art

IC114 Paediatric penetrating keratoplasty: to do or not to do?

ROOM 3.2

IC119 Managing complications in lamellar keratoplasty

IC112 Ocular trauma assessment & management

ROOM 3.3

IC120 DMEK from D to K: a step-by-step approach to Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty

IC113 Techniques & devices for surgical reconstruction of traumatic & developmental iris defects

ROOM 3.4

IC122 Customised excimer laser surgery

IC115

Refractive & cataract surgery nightmares: management & prevention of advanced technology IOLs & laser vision correction complications

ROOM 3.5

IC123 Topographyguided custom ablation in treatment of visually disturbing irregular astigmatism in complicated refractive surgery, keratoconus & other cornea pathologies

IC116 Management of paediatric cataracts

ROOM 4.2

IC124 Good clinical practice

IC117 Femto cornea

ROOM 4.3

IC125 Surgical options in iris reconstructive surgery

IC118 Anterior segment surgical solutions for secondary repair of posttraumatic eyes

ROOM 4.5

P. 84

15.00

14.00

13.00

12.00

11.00

10.00

09.00

08.00

Instructional Courses TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER

P. 95

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13.00

12.00

11.00

10.00

09.00

08.00

‘BEST OF THE BEST’ REVIEW SESSION

P. 100

ROOM 3.1

Six Years On: Is FLACS a Better, Safer Operation than Phaco?

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 100

ROOM 3.6

WEDNESDAY 11 OCTOBER Sessions


SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING COURSES WEBLABS AND RELATED INSTRUCTIONAL COURSES Wetlab participants must attend the related instructional course in order to gain theoretical knowledge prior to hands-on training. See instructional course overviews from pages 5–11 for times.

Artisan Aphakic IOL (Wetlab 58)

Lens Explantation (Wetlabs 38, 39, 59, 60)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 118

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 18

Basic Phacoemulsification (Wetlabs 10-12, 28, 46-48)

Modern MIGS Techniques (Wetlabs 32, 33, 52)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 8 & No. 17

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 20

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

Phaco: Management of Complications for Beginners

Basic Suturing Techniques (Corneal/Scleral/Trauma/Keratoplasty)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 92

(Wetlabs 2-9, 23-26, 41-44, 61-64)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 01

Boston Keratoprosthesis (B-KPro) (Wetlabs 14, 15) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 27

Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy (Wetlabs 50, 51) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 6

DSEK and DMEK Keratoplasty (Wetlabs 16, 17, 37, 57) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No.38 & No. 39

Glaucoma Canaloplasty (Enhanced Viscocanalostomy) (Wetlabs 30, 31, 49) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 50

Intraocular & Transcleral Suturing Techniques (Wetlab 1) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 02

LASIK (Laser In Situ Keratomileusis) (Wetlabs 18, 19, 34, 35)

(Wetlab 53)

Phaco: Management of Complications (Wetlabs 54-56) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 92 Participants must attend the preparation course (08.00 – 09.00, Tuesday, Room 4.1) in order to attend this wetlab.

Artisan Phakic IOLs (Wetlab 13) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 56

Posterior Capsulorhexis ‘Bag in the Lens’ (Wetlab 29) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 96

PRK, LASEK & EPI-LASIK (Wetlabs 20, 21, 36) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 19

Refractive Success with AcrySof® IQ Toric IOL (Wetlab 40)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 85

Viscocanalostomy (Glaucoma) (Wetlab 30) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 50

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 7 & No. 16

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 8 to Tuesday 10 October.

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

• Phacoemulsification • PRK • Suturing • Viscocanalostomy

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.

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.

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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 in Pavilion 4

Course No

Time

Course

Instructors

Saturday 7 October Room 3

1

16.00 – 18.30

Intraocular and Transcleral Suturing*

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA, E. Assia ISRAEL

Room 4

2

09.45 – 11.30

Basic Suturing Techniques

C. Leydolt AUSTRIA

3

12.00 – 13.45

Basic Suturing Techniques

P. Schollmayer SLOVENIA

4

14.15 – 16.00

Basic Suturing Techniques

A. Geerards THE NETHERLANDS, A. Rijneveld THE NETHERLANDS

5

16.30 – 18.15

Basic Suturing Techniques

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND

Room 5

7

12.30 – 14.15

Basic Suturing Techniques

T. Rudolph SWEDEN

8

14.45 – 16.30

Basic Suturing Techniques

D. Kook GERMANY, S. Garcia SPAIN

9

17.00 – 18.45

Basic Suturing Techniques

M. Dickman THE NETHERLANDS, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS

Sunday 8 October Room 1

10

08.00 – 10.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

P. Schollmayer SLOVENIA

11

10.30 – 12.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

12

13.30 – 15.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS

13

16.30 – 18.00

Artisan Phakic IOL

M. Lume PORTUGAL

Room 2 14 08.30 – 10.30 Boston Keratoprosthesis (B-KPro)*

M. Cortina USA, A. Crnej SLOVENIA, R. Pineda USA

15 11.00 – 13.00 Boston Keratoprosthesis (B-KPro)*

A. Crnej SLOVENIA, S. Melki USA, A. Ng HONG KONG

D. Calladine UK

16

13.30 – 15.30

DSEK Keratoplasty*

17 16.00 – 18.00 DMEK Keratoplasty* Room 3

18

09.00 – 10.30

LASIK*

L. Baydoun THE NETHERLANDS, I. Dapena THE NETHERLANDS, L. Ham THE NETHERLANDS, I. Lavy THE NETHERLANDS, S. Luceri ITALY, T. Müller THE NETHERLANDS, V. Zygoura THE NETHERLANDS A. Stojanovic NORWAY

19 11.00 – 12.30 LASIK*

P. Jirak AUSTRIA, V. Derhartunian AUSTRIA

20

13.00 – 14.30

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK*

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

21

16.45 – 18.15

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK*

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

Room 5

23

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

S. Stunf SLOVENIA

24

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Scleral Suturing Techniques

B. Aslan TURKEY

25

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Trauma Suturing Techniques

N. Vidovic Valentincic SLOVENIA

26

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques

D. Calladine UK

Monday 9 October Room 1

27

10.00 – 12.00

Toric IOLs

G. Muñoz SPAIN, S. Rohrweck SPAIN

28

14.00 – 16.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

A. Chakrabarti INDIA

29

16.30 – 18.30

Posterior Capsulorhexis ‘bag in lens’*

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, C. Billotte FRANCE, S. Ní Dhubhghaill IRELAND

Room 2

30

08.00 – 10.00

Viscocanalostomy (Glaucoma)*

V. Jasinskas LITHUANIA

31

10.30 – 12.30

Glaucoma Canaloplasty*

M. Grieshaber SWITZERLAND

32 13.00 – 16.00 Modern MIGS Techniques*

Z. Khoueir LEBANON, K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND

Z. Khoueir LEBANON

33

14

16.30 – 19.30

Modern MIGS Techniques*


SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING COURSES

Course No

Time

Course

Instructors

Room 4

34

08.30 – 10.00

LASIK*

K. Ditzen GERMANY

35

10.30 – 12.00

LASIK*

K. Ditzen GERMANY

36

13.15 – 14.45

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK*

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

37

15.15 – 17.15

DSEK Keratoplasty*

A. Sabala SPAIN

Room 3 38 09.00 – 11.00 Lens Explantation*

R. Angunawela UK, L. De Benito-Llopis SPAIN

39 14.00 – 16.00 Lens Explantation*

A. Borthakur INDIA, A. Crnej SLOVENIA, M. Fernandez INDIA

40

16.30 – 18.30

Refractive Success with the AcrySof Toric IOL

A. Dmitriew POLAND

Room 5

41

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

F. Mutlu TURKEY

42

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Scleral Suturing Techniques

D. Kook GERMANY, A. Wolf GERMANY

43

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Trauma Suturing Techniques

M. Tekavcic Pompe SLOVENIA

44

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques

F. Akata TURKEY

Tuesday 10 October Room 1

45

08.00 – 09.30

Micro-Incision Phaco

S. Morselli ITALY, A. Toso ITALY

46

10.30 – 12.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

R. Mohan INDIA

47

13.30 – 15.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

S. Haldipurkar INDIA

48

16.00 – 18.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

I. Dekaris CROATIA

Room 2

49

08.00 – 10.00

Glaucoma Canaloplasty*

N. Koerber GERMANY

50

10.30 – 12.30

Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy

C. Koppen BELGIUM, K. Mikek SLOVENIA

51

13.00 – 15.00

Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy

C. Koppen BELGIUM, K. Mikek SLOVENIA

52

15.30 – 18.30

Modern MIGS Techniques*

Z. Khoueir LEBANON, H. Beckers THE NETHERLANDS

Room 4 53 08.00 – 10.00

Phaco: Management of Complications For Beginners

N. Vandemeulebroecke GERMANY

54

10.30 – 12.30

Phaco: Management of Complications*

J. Bolger UK

55

13.00 – 15.00

Phaco: Management of Complications*

J. Bolger UK

56

15.30 – 17.30

Phaco: Management of Complications*

J. Bolger UK

Room 3 57 08.00 – 10.00 DMEK*

M. Busin ITALY, C. Bovone ITALY, V. Scorcia ITALY

58 10.30 – 12.00 Artisan Aphakic IOL

J. Alio del Barrio SPAIN, R. Fernández Buenaga SPAIN

59 14.00 – 16.00 Lens Explantation*

A. Borthakur INDIA, M. Fernandes INDIA

J. Sengupta INDIA

60

16.30 – 18.30

Lens Explantation*

Room 5

61

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

R. Packard UK

62

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Scleral Suturing Techniques

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND

63

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Trauma Suturing Techniques

C. Budo BELGIUM

64

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques

Y. Akova TURKEY, B. Cosar TURKEY

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Young Ophthalmologists Programme Starting Phaco (inc. YO videos) SATURDAY 08:30–16:00 > MEETING CENTER ROOM I

Refractive Surgery Didactic Course SATURDAY 08:30–17:30 > ROOM 4.1

Instructional Course 01 Basic microsurgical suturing techniques SATURDAY 08:30–09:30 > ROOM 4.2

Instructional Course 09

Instructional Course 05

Toric IOLs: planning for success & dealing with failure SATURDAY 10:30–12:30 > ROOM 4.5

How to improve your refractive & cataract surgery outcome by skilful interpretation of corneal imaging SATURDAY 10:30–12:30 > ROOM 4.7

Instructional Course 10

Instructional Course 11

Big bubble, no trouble: a step-by-step approach to successful DALK with the big bubble technique SATURDAY 10:30–12:30 > ROOM 4.6

Therapeutic refractive surgery...live! SATURDAY 14:30–16:30 > ROOM 3.1

Workshop on Visual Optics SUNDAY 08:00–17:45 > MEETING CENTER ROOM II

YO Session

Instructional Course 16 LASIK: update with surgical tips in primary & secondary cases – basic comparison with surface ablation technique SATURDAY 14:30–16:30 > ROOM 3.5

Avoiding mistakes in cataract surgery SUNDAY 16:00–18:00 > ROOM 3.6

Instructional Course 105 Hit the target: basic concepts and guidance for proper IOL selection MONDAY 17:00–18:00 > ROOM 4.7

Instructional Course 107 Acanthamoeba keratitis: a case-based approach MONDAY 17:00–18:00 > ROOM 3.5

Instructional Course 113 Techniques & devices for surgical reconstruction of traumatic & developmental iris defects TUESDAY 08:00–10:00 > ROOM 3.4


SATURDAY 7 October

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER 08.30 – 17.30

CLINICAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIA Continuous Innovation for Better Patient Outcomes Room 2.1

08.30 – 10.30

11.00 – 13.00

When Surgery is Not Enough: New Drug Delivery Methods

The Pupil in Cataract and Refractive Surgery

Chairpersons:

Chairpersons:

J. Hjortdal DENMARK R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

08.30

J. Merayo-Lloves SPAIN Haematic derivatives in the treatment of ocular surface diseases

08.45

C. Cursiefen GERMANY Medical pre-treatment of the vascularized cornea before keratoplasty

09.25

11.00

I. Salah Mabed FRANCE Exploring pupil dynamics

11.15

S. Srinivasan UK Pupil and visual axes: where to centre the treatment?

11.30 Discussion 11.40

S. Tseng USA Clinical applications of amniotic membrane ring and derivatives

D. Gatinel FRANCE Impact of pupil dynamics on wavefront aberrations and derived metrics

11.55

J. Ferreira PORTUGAL Nanostructured films with application in glaucoma

P. Artal SPAIN Small pupil apertures, inlays and IOLs

12.10 Discussion

09.00 Discussion 09.10

D. Gatinel FRANCE T. Kohnen GERMANY

09.40 Discussion

12.20

D. Chang USA Update on IFIS B. Malyugin RUSSIA Pupil reconstruction

09.50

E. Stefànsson ICELAND Reinventing the eye drop

12.35

10.05

M. Labetoulle FRANCE Dropless cataract surgery

12.50 Discussion

10.20 Discussion 10.30

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End of session

13.00

End of session


SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER

CLINICAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIA

13.30 – 15.30

15.30 – 17.30

What Can We Learn from PatientReported Outcome Measures

Corneal Measurements and Their Effect on Toric IOL Power Calculations

Chairpersons:

Chairpersons:

A. Behndig SWEDEN N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA

13.30

C. McAlinden UK Measurement of visual symptoms with a QoV questionnaire

13.45

K. Pesudovs AUSTRALIA From questionnaire to item-banking

Measurements of the Total Corneal Power 15.30

T. Kohnen GERMANY Tomography/Scheimpflug

15.45

D. Koch USA Multicolor LED

14.00 Discussion 14.10

M. Acton UK Patient expectations from research

14.25

J. Alonso SPAIN An international overview of PROM initiatives

14.40 Discussion 14.50

M. Lundström SWEDEN PROM obtained from a national register

15.05

J. Sparrow UK Cataract PROMs: surgeon’s friend or foe?

15.20 Discussion 15.30

End of session

G. Kleinmann ISRAEL T. Olsen DENMARK

16.00 Discussion

New Horizons 16.10

S. Marcos SPAIN OCT

16.25

P. Preussner GERMANY Ray tracing

16.40 Discussion

Achieving Better Refractive Results 16.50

A. Abulafia ISRAEL Different calculation strategies/calculators

17.05

G. Auffarth GERMANY Toric IOL power calculations in challenging cases

17.20 Discussion 17.30

End of session

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER 08.30 – 17.30

EBO Accredited see p. 152

REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE Room 4.1

Part 1

Part 2

Moderators:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND C. Roberts USA

Moderators:

G. Grabner AUSTRIA V. Katsanevaki GREECE

08.30

D. Siganos GREECE Patient selection

14.30

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Presbyopia

08.45

G. Kymionis 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

09.30

M. Morral SPAIN Overview of microkeratomes

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

15.55

09.45

C. Roberts USA Corneal topography

V. Katsanevaki GREECE Optical complications of refractive surgery

16.10 Break

10.05

J. Aramberri SPAIN IOL calculation tips

10.15 Break

16.20

J. Güell SPAIN Refractive reoperations and enhancements

16.40

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Complications of phakic IOLs

17.00

J. Alió SPAIN Customised ablational procedures

10.25

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

10.40

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND Results of corneal refractive surgery

17.15

J. Alió SPAIN Case report and discussion

11.00

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Surface ablation techniques

17.30

End of session

11.20

P. Rosen UK Refractive lens exchange

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

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Voting via the ‘ESCRS Lisbon 2017’ app


SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER 08.30 – 16.00

YOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS PROGRAMME Starting Phaco Including ‘Learning from the Learners’ (video cases submitted by young ophthalmologists) Meeting Center Room I Chairpersons:

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

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: R. Packard UK, N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS, P. Rosen UK 09.00

B. Strong IRELAND Introduction to ESCRS iLearn

09.05

R. Packard UK Incisions, OVD

Video Authors: H. Abdalla UK, S. Ahmad Muez AFGHANISTAN

09.45

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Capsulorhexis, hydrodissection

Video Authors: M. Guirao SPAIN, P. Meredith UK, M. Solomatin LATVIA, S. Whitlow IRELAND

10.30 – 12.40

14.10 – 16.00

Discussants: B. Malyugin RUSSIA, P. Rosen UK 14.10

M. Dickman THE NETHERLANDS Using EUREQUO for documentation and audit

14.25

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Small pupil / floppy iris

Video Authors: A. Amisano ITALY, O. Berger CHILE, M. Blanco ARGENTINA, C. MacGregor UK

15.10

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

Video Authors: P. Agarwal INDIA, C. Hackl AUSTRIA, A. Narang INDIA, M. Pradas SPAIN, S. Romeo SPAIN, P. Subudhi INDIA

16.00

End of session

Discussants: R. Bellucci ITALY, L. Benjamin UK 10.30

O. Findl AUSTRIA Phacoemulsification I: getting a crack

Video Authors: P. Agarwal INDIA, K. Aggarwal UK, P. Meredith UK, G. Negretti UK, E. Torres Netto BRAZIL

11.15

L. Benjamin UK Phacoemulsification II

Video Authors: N. Gandhi INDIA, A. Narang INDIA

11.55

R. Bellucci ITALY Intraocular lenses: tricks

Video Authors: E. Casas Maroto SPAIN, R. Chaudhary INDIA

12.40 Break

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Send your questions to the chairpersons via the ‘ESCRS Lisbon 2017’ app

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER 08.30 – 09.30

10.30 – 12.30

Instructional Course

Instructional Courses

IC01* Basic microsurgical suturing techniques for beginners (B)

IC02* Malpositioned lenses: optimal surgical management techniques (A)

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND, B. Bachmann GERMANY, A. Geerards THE NETHERLANDS

Room 4.2

B. Malyugin RUSSIA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, E. Assia ISRAEL, V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA, A. Crandall USA, K. Rosenthal USA

Room 3.1

IC03

Glaucoma surgery: modern perspectives (A)

K. Barton UK, N. Anand UK, S. Lim UK, T. Shaarawy SWITZERLAND

Room 3.3

This course is organised by the European Glaucoma Society

IC04

Managing cataract complications and complex cataract cases (I)

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

Room 3.4

IC05

How to improve your refractive and cataract surgery outcomes by skilful interpretation of corneal imaging (I)

M. Sinjab BAHRAIN, A. Cummings IRELAND, M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND

Room 4.7

IC06* Corneal cross-linking therapy (I)

K. Mikek SLOVENIA, C. Koppen BELGIUM, D. O'Brart UK, T. Seiler SWITZERLAND

Room 3.2

IC07* LASIK: basic steps for safety and great EBO results (B)

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, J. Vryghem BELGIUM, G. Pamel USA, A. Stojanovic NORWAY, A. Sedky EGYPT

Room 3.5

IC08* Basic phacoemulsification (Part 1) (B)

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

Room 4.4

IC09 NEW

Toric IOLs: planning for success and dealing with failure (I) M. Goggin AUSTRALIA, P. Hoffmann GERMANY, L. van Zyl AUSTRALIA, B. LaHood AUSTRALIA

Room 4.5

IC10

Big bubble, no trouble: a step-by-step approach to successful deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty with the big bubble technique (I)

A. Eldanasoury SAUDI ARABIA, R. Fogla INDIA, S. Daya UK

Room 4.6

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

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER 14.00 – 16.00

14.00 – 15.00

ESCRS/EUCORNEA SYMPOSIUM

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

The Irregular Cornea

What is New and Hot by Great Speakers

Arena

Poster Village: Pod 1

Chairpersons:

F. Kruse GERMANY (EUCORNEA) R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (ESCRS)

14.00

H. Dua UK The keratoplasty cornea

14.15

T. Kohnen GERMANY Corneal incisions

14.30 Discussion 14.40

L. Spadea ITALY Excimer laser

14.55

J. Murta PORTUGAL Rings

Moderators: 14.00

T. Seiler, P. Krishna, M. Bhavatharini, T.G. Seiler SWITZERLAND Lenticule intrastromal keratoplasty (LIKE) for hyperopia correction

14.08

A. Lazaridis, D. Reinstein, T. Archer, S. Schulze, W. Sekundo UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Refractive lenticule transplantation (RLT) for correction of iatrogenic hyperopia and astigmatism after LASIK

14.16

B. Cochener, C. Hugny Laroque, E. Guyomard, J. De Bougrenet, M. Lamard FRANCE Assessment of a 3D digital orthoptic test platform

14.24

J. Stevens, D. Hardten, K. Hileman UK Workflow recommendations for the iDesign Refractive Studio, a new high resolution wavefront sensor aberrometer, with user selectable measurement features

14.32

T. Kohnen, R. Nuijts, E. Carreno, J. Alfonso GERMANY Multicenter defocus curve evaluation of a novel trifocal presbyopia-correcting IOL: 6 months post-op results

14.40

P. Artal, S. Manzanera, J. Marin SPAIN Perceived brightness with small apertures

14.48

S. Rowen USA A twin centre, double-masked, randomized, placebo-controlled, repeated administration, crossover study to establish safety, tolerability and efficacy of CSF-1 for the improvement of near vision in presbyopic subjects

14.56

Discussion

15.00

End of session

15.10 Discussion 15.20

A. Marinho PORTUGAL Cataract surgery in irregular astigmatism

15.35

J. Güell SPAIN Phakic and add-on IOLs

15.50 Discussion 16.00

B. Cochener FRANCE T. Seiler SWITZERLAND

End of session

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER 14.30 – 16.30

15.00 – 16.00

Instructional Courses

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

IC11 NEW

Room 3.1

IC12

Therapeutic refractive surgery...live! (A) D. Reinstein UK, J. Alió SPAIN, A. Stojanovic NORWAY, M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND, S. Mosquera SPAIN, P. Vinciguerra ITALY

EBO

Conquering capsule complications (I) D. Chang USA, R. Yeoh SINGAPORE

IOL implantation in eyes with deficient capsules: a video-based course (I)

A. Agarwal INDIA, B. Malyugin RUSSIA, E. Assia ISRAEL, G. Barrett AUSTRALIA, A. Agarwal INDIA, S. Chee SINGAPORE

Room 3.4

IC14

IOL calculation after refractive surgery (I)

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

Room 4.7

IC15

Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) challenges (A)

G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS, L. Baydoun THE NETHERLANDS, I. Dapena THE NETHERLANDS, V. Liarakos GREECE, L. Ham THE NETHERLANDS, R. Quilendrino THE NETHERLANDS

Poster Village: Pod 1 Facilitators:

P. Kalouda, I. Tzamichas, C. Keskini, T. Paschaloglou, E. Zopounidou, C. Kampos, G. Sakkias GREECE One-year outcomes of transcleral dislocated 1-piece IOL fixation without their explantation

15.05

O. Mishchenko, N. Senchenko, T. Iureva RUSSIA Features of surgical correction of late spontaneous dislocations of posterior chamber IOLs of intracapsular fixation

15.10

P. Gartaganis, S. Alimisi, S. Gartaganis, P. Koutsoukos GREECE Different reasons or a startup factor of hydrophilic IOL calcification?

15.15

H. Ozdemir, Z. Aktas, P. Merz, G. Auffarth, S. Ozdek TURKEY Calcification of hydrophilic–hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses after pars plana vitrectomy with silicone oil tamponade

15.20

M. Vatansever, E. Dinc, O. Dursun, G. Markirt, B. Aydin, A. Yilmaz, U. Adiguzel TURKEY Scleral fixated intraocular lens implantation with a modified Z-suture technique

15.25

T. Akcetin, K. Eltutar, N. Dincer TURKEY Late in-the-bag intraocular lens subluxation in eyes with uveitis

15.30

O. Fechin RUSSIA Method for dislocated single-piece IOL fixation

15.35

O. Isakova, N. Lutsenko, O. Rudycheva UKRAINE Retrospective analyses of late intraocular lens dislocation and the role of capsular tension ring

15.40

H. Nithianandan, P. Morales, R. Tan, M. Taha, K. Baig CANADA Secondary intraocular lens implantation by a single surgeon at a tertiary hospital: indications, techniques, outcomes and complications

15.45

T. Fredriksson, M. Zetterberg SWEDEN Intraoperative complications during phacoemulsification in patients with systemic Alpha-1 blockers

15.50

M. Belovari, H. Baric, A. Husic CROATIA Reduced intraoperative pupil diameter and its underlying causes in patients undergoing phacoemulsification cataract surgery at a single center

15.55

H. Matsushima, K. Mukai, T. Senoo JAPAN Shape innovation of intraocular lens to prevent posterior capsular opacifications

16.00

End of session

Room 3.2

IC16* 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 3.5

IC17*

Basic phacoemulsification (Part 2) (B)

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

Room 4.2

IC18*

Explantation and secondary IOL video course (I)

C. Mehta INDIA, K. Mehta INDIA, R. Packard UK, M. Piovella ITALY, S. Arshinoff CANADA, S. Daya UK

Room 4.4

IC19* PRK, LASEK and Epi-LASIK (B)

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND, I. Pallikaris GREECE

Room 4.5

IC20* Microinvasive glaucoma surgery: ready for prime time? (B)

K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND, Z. Khoueir LEBANON, T. Shaarawy SWITZERLAND, B. Pajic SWITZERLAND, F. Ruefer GERMANY, S. Dorairaj USA

Room 4.6

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

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A. Golovin RUSSIA M. Sajdikova CZECH REPUBLIC

15.00

Room 3.3

IC13 NEW

Cataract Complications Management


SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER 15.00 – 16.30

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Glaucoma Poster Village: Pod 2 Facilitators:

M. Shajari GERMANY G. Steinwender AUSTRIA

15.00

R. Bafiq, C. Atkins, R. Chaphekar, H. Suleman, A. Negi UK Glaucoma patients’ awareness of their disease and treatment

15.55

J. Hasanov AZERBAIJAN Four-year results of phaco-canaloplasty in patients with concomitant advanced pseudoexfoliation glaucoma and cataract

15.05

S. Lee, E. Lee, H. Lee, J. Jeoung SOUTH KOREA Prevalence of pseudoexfoliation syndrome in an isolated island population of Korea: The Woodo Study

16.00

15.10

N. Solmaz, M. Ustaoglu, F. Onder TURKEY How reliable are spectral domain optical coherence tomography glaucoma software and normative databases in the early diagnosis of glaucoma?

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

16.05

S. Barros PORTUGAL Ultrasound ciliary plasty treatment in glaucoma secondary to Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome

16.10

I. Careba, A. Tinu UK The efficacy of selective laser trabeculoplasty in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension

16.15

Z. Eldaly, A. Maasoud, M. Saad, A. Mohamed EGYPT Comparison between Ologen implant and different concentrations of MMC as an adjuvant to trabeculectomy

16.20

U. Elgin, E. Sen, S. Colak, P. Yilmazbas TURKEY Initial trabeculectomy with 5-fluorouracil with or without subconjunctival bevacizumab in the management of pseudoexfoliation glaucoma

16.25

K. Lina, R. Kasperaviciene, A. Miliauskas, R. Zemaitiene LITHUANIA Resistant malignant glaucoma: pars plana vitrectomy outcomes and complications

16.30

End of session

15.15

C. Altan, B. Arman, B. Basarir, M. Arici, B. Satana, N. Alagoz, I. Pasaoglu TURKEY Comparison of posterior pole retinal and ganglion cell layer thickness asymmetry analysis in glaucoma suspects and healthy subjects

15.20

R. Siantar, M. Chee, Y. Tham, T. Wong, C. Cheng SINGAPORE Determinants and factors affecting optical coherence tomography ganglion cell-inner plexiform layer measurement: the Singapore Epidemiology of Eye Disease Study

15.25

E. Lee, K. Lee, W. Song SOUTH KOREA Pseudophakic macular edema in primary open-angle glaucoma: a prospective study using spectral-domain optical coherence tomography

15.30

T. Wong, E. Finkelstein, S. Ozdemir, R. Allingham SINGAPORE Predicted demand for a drug delivery system for glaucoma medicine

15.35

R. Bourne, C. Traverso, K. Lorenz, K. Kaarniranta, A. Ropo UK Secondary outcomes from a phase 4 open-label study investigating signs and symptoms of ocular surface disease in patients switching from bimatoprost 0.03% + timolol 0.5% to tafluprost 0.0015% + timolol 0.5% eye drops

15.40

A. Issa, S. Salah IRAQ Changes of anterior chamber biometry and relationship to intraocular pressure changes after phacoemulsification surgery in non-glaucomatous eyes

15.45

E. Tunca Kirikkaya, A. Asici, M. Yilmazli, A. Ustuner TURKEY Results of ExPRESS implantation alone or combined with phacoemulsification in OAG patients

15.50

G. Solovyova, K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, A. Tsygankov, L. Batalina RUSSIA 15-years experience of cataract and glaucoma surgery with phacoemulsification combined with nonpenetrating deep sclerectomy and lens capsule drainage

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER 15.00 – 16.00

16.00 – 18.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON CHALLENGING CASES

Cornea I Poster Village: Pod 3 Facilitators: 15.00

C. Lisa SPAIN M. Naveiras THE NETHERLANDS

M. Ariza Gracia, A. Ortilles Gonzalo, J. Cristobal, J. Rodriguez Matas, B. Calvo Calzada SWITZERLAND Coupled numerical-experimental protocol to characterize corneal tissue

15.05

S. Nishisako, D. Aoki, C. Sasaki, K. Higa, J. Shimazaki JAPAN Comparison of donor tissue preparation methods for Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty

15.10

P. Toro Utrera, C. Méndez Hernández, R. Sanchez Jean, C. Fernandez Perez, D. Díaz Valle, J. Benitez del Castillo, J. Garcia-Feijoo SPAIN Influence of morphologic and biomechanic parameters in Goldmann and ICare rebound tonometer intraocular pressure measurements in patients with keratoplasty

15.15

M. Tsatsos, A. Turnbull, D. Anderson, P. Hossain UK Thin and ultrathin DSEK: is it just thickness that matters?

15.20

S. Tolees, A. Eldanasoury SAUDI ARABIA Stromal rejection following deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: incidence and risk factors

15.25

M. Dickman, L. Spekreijse, F. van den Biggelaar, B. Winkens, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Long-term outcomes of repeated corneal transplantations: a Dutch registry study

15.30

A. Lazaridis, G. Kymionis, L. Giallouros, D. Papakonstantinou, D. Brouzas, W. Sekundo, K. Droutsas UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Corneal densitometry after DMEK: midterm results and correlations with endothelial cell density, central corneal thickness and corneal volume

15.35

S. AlMalki, M. AlQurashi SAUDI ARABIA Comparison of manual and femtosecond laser arcuate keratotomy procedures for the correction of postkeratoplasty astigmatism

15.40

K. Droutsas, G. Kymionis, E. Giallouros, D. Papakonstantinou, D. Brouzas, W. Sekundo, A. Lazaridis GREECE Recovery of corneal clarity after DMEK followed by re-bubbling versus uneventful DMEK

15.45

A. Turnbull UK Hemi non Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty (hemi-nDSEK) for eccentric acute corneal hydrops

15.50

R. Falah, J. Armentia Perez De Mendiola, A. Matheu Fabra SPAIN Fine needle diathermy: a simple, safe and effective choice for occlusion of corneal vessels in patients with stromal vascularization before keratoplasty

15.55

S. Stéphan, D. Guindolet, E. Gabison FRANCE Anterior chamber retrievable mattress sutures (ARMS) in the management of DMEK graft in aniridic patients

16.00

End of session

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Showtime! Arena Chairperson:

R. Osher USA

It’s A Traumatic World A. Kshetrapal INDIA A. Medic CROATIA M. Das INDIA A. Agarwal INDIA S. Saha INDIA A. Chakrabarti INDIA V. Vasavada INDIA C. Yvon UK A. Agarwal INDIA A. Sideri GREECE M. Shanturova RUSSIA E. Bertelli ITALY

Shockingly Rare! L. Daniel Ponniah INDIA A. Armia EGYPT E. Gurmizov RUSSIA R. Osher USA

Stunning Complications V. Sugantharaj INDIA A. Ganguly INDIA M. Ghosh INDIA S. Goel INDIA S. Vasavada INDIA S. Chaudhary INDIA S. Bhattacharjee INDIA D. Dutta INDIA

Late Complications P. Chantaren THAILAND P. Tañá Rivero SPAIN B. Kaluzny POLAND V. de Rojas SPAIN G. Baikoff FRANCE

Borrowed From Hollywood J. Ferreira Mendes PORTUGAL R. Osher USA


SATURDAY

SATURDAY 7 OCTOBER 16.45 – 17.45

17.00 – 18.00

Instructional Course

Instructional Courses

ECCTR Using the European Cornea and Cell Transplant Course Registry (ECCTR) for clinical improvement

IC21

Learning phaco chop: pearls and pitfalls (B)

D. Chang USA, K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS

IC22 NEW

Corneal inlay technologies for the treatment of presbyopia (A)

B. Cochener FRANCE, I. Pallikaris GREECE, E. Barragan MEXICO, R. Ang PHILIPPINES

NEW

M. Lundström SWEDEN, M. Dickman THE NETHERLANDS

Room 4.6

Room 3.1

Room 3.3

IC23

Micro-invasive glaucoma surgery (I)

C. Sng SINGAPORE, K. Barton UK, N. Pfeiffer GERMANY, J. Garcia-Feijoo SPAIN

Room 3.4

IC24

All you need to know about contact lenses as a refractive surgeon (B)

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

Room 4.7

IC26

Intracorneal rings for keratoconus and postLASIK ectasia (I)

D. Touboul FRANCE, C. Roberts USA, D. Wasilewski BRAZIL

Room 3.5

IC27* Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis: from indications to innovations (I)

IC28

M. Cortina USA, S. Hannush USA, J. de la Cruz USA, E. Arrondo SPAIN

Room 4.2

Update in corneal dystrophies and degenerations (I)

J. Alvarez de Toledo SPAIN, R. Barraquer SPAIN

IC29 EBO

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

S. Arshinoff CANADA

IC30 NEW

Pterygium management: tips and tricks for the best outcome (I)

V. Ratnalingam MALAYSIA, T. Chowdhury INDIA, A. Navas MEXICO, H. Matalia INDIA

Room 4.4

Room 4.5

Room 3.2

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

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Binkhorst Medal Lecture 2017 Boris Malyugin RUSSIA ‘Cataract Surgery in High-Risk Eyes: Lessons Learned’

Sunday 8 October 10.00 – 10.50 Arena Boris Malyugin, MD, PhD is Professor of Ophthalmology, Deputy Director General (R&D, Edu) at the S. Fyodorov Eye Microsurgery State Institution. He received his medical degree from Moscow Medical Institute named after A. Semashko and completed residency training at the Eye Microsurgery State Institution. Dr Malyugin is the President of the Russian Ophthalmology Society and a Board member of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons. He is a member of the International Intraocular Implant Club, Academia Ophthalmologica Internationalis and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery. Dr Malyugin is an International Member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology. Dr Malyugin is an internationally recognized expert in the field of modern ophthalmic surgery, establishing himself at the forefront of advanced cataract and corneal surgery. He pioneered a device for pupil expansion for cataract surgery (Malyugin Ring) and several other technologies. He is well known for his educational activities in Russia and abroad, having multiple international awards, and has participated with invited lectures and live surgery sessions in numerous national and supranational meetings. Dr Malyugin has published in the literature extensively, co-edited several books in different fields of ophthalmology, and contributed to the printed and video versions of Atlas of Ophthalmic Surgery and Video Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery. Dr Malyugin serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, EyeNet, Cataract and Refractive Surgery Today, EuroTimes, Ocular Surgery News, EyeWorld and Ophthalmologist. He is a Chief Medical Editor of Ophthalmosurgery Journal (Russia) and Russian EuroTimes.


SUNDAY 8 October

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SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 08.00 – 17.45

EBO Accredited see p. 152

WORKSHOP ON VISUAL OPTICS Meeting Center Room II Chairpersons:

I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

Part 1 Visual Optics Moderators:

I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

SUNDAY

08.00 Welcome 08.05

S. Marcos SPAIN Light propagation in the eye

Part 2 Visual Behaviour (Visual Function) Moderators: 13.30

R. Applegate USA P. Artal SPAIN

R. Applegate USA Retinal image quality

Discussion

Discussion

08.25

13.55

S. Marcos SPAIN Aberrations of the optical system

I. Pallikaris GREECE Presbyoptics

Discussion

Discussion

08.55

14.20

A. Glasser USA Optics of crystalline lens and accommodative response

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

Discussion

Discussion

09.20

14.45

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

Discussion 09.50

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM IOL optics

Discussion 10.15

T. Olsen DENMARK IOL power calculation

Discussion 10.45 Break 11.00

Main Symposium: Changing Pharmaceutical Treatment Patterns in Cataract Surgery Arena

13.00 Break

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

Discussion 15.15

P. Artal SPAIN Visual function assessment using adaptive optics

Discussion 15.40

H. Ginis GREECE Modelling visual function

Discussion

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 8 OCTOBER 08.00 – 10.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal I Chairperson:

O. Findl AUSTRIA

Moderators:

M. Böhm GERMANY M. Holzer GERMANY

08.00

K. AlArfaj, M. AlBary, N. AlAkrash, A. AlMulhim SAUDI ARABIA Visual outcomes and patient satisfaction with a trifocal diffractive intraocular lens

09.26

B. Foscarini, A. Cantagalli, T. Neuhann, R. Neuhann, P. Stodulka, M. Tetz, G. Auffarth ITALY Mulitfocal IOL and intraoperative aberrometry: does it work?

08.06

J. Moore, E. Pazo, R. McNeely UK Visual outcome and subjective experience after bilateral implantation of trifocal intraocular lens

09.32

08.12

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

J. Gyory, E. Madar HUNGARY Two year functional and morphological outcomes and patient satisfaction after 98 eyes implanted with progressive apodised diffractive multifocal intraocular lens (PAD-Mf-IOL) with/without posterior central circular capsulorhexis (PCCC)

09.38

R. Pérez-Cambrodi, M. Ramon, D. Pinero, R. Soto-Negro, P. Ruiz-Fortes SPAIN Comparison of the visual function and the intraocular aberrometric profile after cataract surgery with implantation of two different models of trifocal diffractive intraocular lens

09.44

A. Viljanen, P. Oksman, H. Koskela, H. Uusitalo FINLAND Clear lens exchange with multifocal IOL increases visual function and improves significantly healthrelated quality of life

09.50

Discussion

10.00

End of session

08.18

Discussion

08.34

E. Pedrotti, F. Carones, E. Bonacci, P. Talli, R. Mastropasqua, E. Bruni, G. Marchini ITALY Analysis of the clinical outcomes with diffractive ENLIGHTEN (ENhanced LIGHT ENergy) and an extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens

08.40

R. Bilbao-Calabuig, F. Gonzalez-Lopez, A. LLovet-Rausell, J. Ortega-Usobiaga, F. LLovet-Osuna SPAIN Visual outcomes following bilateral implantation of two diffractive trifocal IOLs in 10,084 eyes

08.46

J. Salgado-Borges, S. Escandon-Garcia, A. Silva, F. Ribeiro, J. Gonzalez-Meijome PORTUGAL Clinical performance under dim illumination conditions of a FineVision® trifocal IOL after clear lens extraction: 1 month pilot study

08.52

Z. Nagy, H. Kiss HUNGARY First clinical outcomes of a new hydrophobic trifocal IOL compared to the results of a hydrophilic trifocal IOL

08.58

Discussion

09.08

S. Marcos, M. Vinas, A. Gonzalez-Ramos, C. Dorronsoro, V. Akondi, N. Garzon, F. Poyales SPAIN In vivo measurement of longitudinal chromatic aberration in patients implanted with the FineVision Trifocal IOL

09.14

S. Nienhaus, T. Tandogan, P. Hagen, G. Auffarth, D. Breyer, K. Klabe, H. Kaymak GERMANY Myopic patients and eyes with macular disorders: a new indication for MIOLs?

09.20

M. Holzer GERMANY Functional outcomes and patient satisfaction of the new Precizon presbyopic multifocal intraocular lens

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SUNDAY

Room 2.1


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 08.00 – 10.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Femtolaser-Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS) I Room 3.6 Chairperson:

T. Kohnen GERMANY

Moderators:

A. Golovin RUSSIA D. O’Brart UK

A. Mursch-Edlmayr, N. Luft, M. Ring, M. Rohleder, M. Bolz AUSTRIA Results from a prospective, randomized, intraindividual comparison between femtosecond laser-assisted and conventional cataract surgery

08.06

H. Roberts, V. Wagh, D. O'Sullivan, S. Heemraz, D. Detesan, D. O'Brart UK Interim results of a randomised controlled trial comparing conventional phacoemulsification surgery to femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery: the first 181 patients

08.12

D. O'Brart, H. Roberts, V. Wagh, S. Borsci, M. Ni UK Interim results of time and motion study of delivering high volume cataract surgery using a femtosecond laser hub-and-spoke model compared to conventional phacoemulsification

SUNDAY

08.00

08.18

Discussion

08.24

A. Arteaga, M. Cortina, J. De la Cruz USA Five year outcomes of femtosecond laser-assisted simple and complex cataract cases in an academic institution

08.30

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

08.36

A. Akman, L. Asena, S. Gur Gungor, S. Cezairlioglu TURKEY Comparison of mean phacoemulsification energy with femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery and conventional phacoemulsification

08.42

S. Ti, Y. Yang, S. Chee SINGAPORE Results of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) with aspheric intraocular lens (IOL) for low, moderate and high astigmatism

08.48

Discussion

08.56

R. Bellucci, M. Cargnoni, C. Bellucci ITALY Causes of posterior capsule rupture during femtosecond laser fragmentation of cataracts

09.02

A. Lazzerini, C. Benatti, G. Neri, F. Stiro, E. Pellacani, G. Cavallini ITALY Evaluation of central retinal thickness changes after femtolaser-assisted bimanual microincision cataract surgery vs standard phacoemulsification cataract surgery: 12 months follow-up

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09.08

T. Krarup, R. Ejstrup, A. Mortensen, M. la Cour, L. Holm DENMARK Refractive predictability and endothelial cell loss after femtosecond-assisted cataract surgery compared to conventional phaco surgery: a prospective randomized study of 109 patients with 6 months follow-up

09.14

G. Ahuja, N. Shroff, R. Dutta, A. Koul, K. Priya INDIA Analysis of lens position and functional outcomes: femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) vs conventional micro incision cataract surgery (MICS)

09.20

Discussion

09.28

I. Kulikov RUSSIA Pupil diameter size changes during femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

09.34

B. Malyugin, E. Malyutina, A. Belodedova RUSSIA FLACS technique in patients with insufficient mydriasis

09.40

A. Mirshahi GERMANY Change in pupil size using the low-energy femtosecond laser Ziemer Z8 in cataract surgery

09.46

N. Anisimova, B. Malyugin, G. Petrovski, S. Borsenok, S. Petrichuk, N. Sobolev RUSSIA The effect of NSAIDs on expression of cytokines/ chemokines in patients undergoing femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery vs conventional phacoemulsification and its correlation to intraoperative pupil size

09.52

Discussion

10.00

End of session


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 08.00 – 10.00

08.00 – 09.45

Instructional Courses

Instructional Course

IC31

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

IC38* Comprehensive keratoplasty techniques (Part 1) (B)

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

Room 4.1

IC32

The management of complications encountered during cataract surgery (I)

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

R. Osher USA, G. Barrett AUSTRALIA

IC33

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 4.3

Handouts available at www.escrs.org

Room 3.1

SUNDAY

J. Güell SPAIN, S. Hannush USA, R. Bellucci ITALY, R. Mohan INDIA, S. Srinivasan UK

Room 3.3

IC34 NEW

Salvaging your worst catastrophes and complications in refractive surgery: a video-based course (I)

D. Gatinel FRANCE, L. Li SINGAPORE, M. Rosman SINGAPORE, C. Chan SINGAPORE, S. Brar INDIA

Room 4.7

IC35 NEW EBO

Toric IOLs, femto-LRIs and vector planning: refractive surprises and optimising excimer laser treatments (B)

Room 3.2

N. Alpins AUSTRALIA, M. Goggin AUSTRALIA, D. Smadja ISRAEL, D. Piñero SPAIN, G. Stamatelatos AUSTRALIA

IC36

Improving IOL power calculation (A)

K. Hoffer USA, G. Savini ITALY

IC37 NEW

New surgical approaches to glaucoma: which way to go and how to minimise the risk for the newcomer (I)

A. Fea ITALY, R. Craven USA, L. Au UK, S. Morselli ITALY, M. Nardi ITALY, I. Stalmans BELGIUM

Room 3.5

Room 4.2

IC40 Early quantitative and qualitative keratoconus diagnosis and progression criteria utilising a combination of modern cornea diagnostics (I)

G. Pamel USA, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, R. Ambrosio BRAZIL, D. Reinstein UK

Room 4.4

IC41 EBO

Femtophaco: advancing frontiers (A) A. Vasavada INDIA, G. Auffarth GERMANY, Z. Nagy HUNGARY, S. Vasavada INDIA, B. Dick GERMANY

Room 4.5

IC42 NEW

Management of dissatisfaction after multifocal IOL (B)

G. Muñoz SPAIN, F. Llovet SPAIN, J. Ortega SPAIN, S. Rohrweck SPAIN, M. Martinez SPAIN, M. Cabanas SPAIN

Meeting Center Room III

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SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 08.00 – 09.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Advanced Surface Photoablation I

SUNDAY

Meeting Center Room I Chairperson:

V. Katsanevaki GREECE

Moderators:

V. Jhanji USA P. Vinciguerra ITALY

08.00

S. Goel 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

09.15

J. Chung, K. Kim, K. Koh, Y. Kwon, S. Song, B. Kim SOUTH KOREA Short-term safety and efficacy of combined laserassisted subepithelial keratomileusis and accelerated corneal cross-linking for myopia

08.06

A. Sideri, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Epi-Bowman’s blunt keratectomy (EBK) vs ETOH epithelial removal in myopic PRK contralateral-eye prospective study

09.21

Discussion

09.30

End of session

08.12

P. Vinciguerra, F. Camesasca, R. Vinciguerra, I. Torres ITALY Clinical outcomes of custom surface ablation with Schwind Amaris 750 S vs 1050 RS with Smart Pulse Technology

08.18

N. Davey, S. Holland, D. Lin, J. Hogden, S. Mosquera CANADA Outcome of trans-epithelial photorefractive keratectomy for moderate and high myopia with Schwind Amaris SmartSurfACE laser beam profile

08.24

V. Jhanji, R. Zhang, S. Lixia, J. Li, A. Law, M. Zhang USA Comparison of femtosecond-assisted sub-Bowman keratomileusis and transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy for correction of myopia

08.30

W. Zhou NORWAY Transepithelial topography and OCT-guided custom ablation for enhancement of regression after myopic refractive surgery

08.36

Discussion

08.45

R. Makarov, I. Mushkova, N. Maychuk RUSSIA Transepithelial topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy in corneal scar treatment: 12 months unicentral study

08.51

J. Hogden, S. Holland, D. Lin, N. Davey CANADA Topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy for correction of irregular astigmatism following penetrating keratoplasty

08.57

A. Assaf EGYPT Topography-guided PRK with Fourier analysis combined with CXL for early keratoconus

09.03

S. Awwad, M. Ahmad, M. Abdul Fattah, V. Massoud LEBANON 5-year results of combined selective corneal wavefront-guided photorefractive keratectomy and cross-linking for progressive mild to moderate keratoconus

09.09

M. Baragheeth KUWAIT Simultaneous topography-guided TransPRK and corneal collagen cross-linking for management of post LASIK ectasia

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SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 08.00 – 09.30

09.00 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT MASTERCLASS

Room 3.4

Ophthalmic Practice Management

Chairperson:

E. Messmer GERMANY

Room 4.6

Moderators:

R. Ferreira-Oliveira SPAIN J. Salgado-Borges PORTUGAL

J. Pinto USA C. Wohl USA

08.00

I. Karaca, M. Palamar, H. Onay, I. Ertam, A. Yagci TURKEY Evaluation of dry eye and meibomian gland dysfunction with meibography in patients with lamellar ichthyosis

08.06

S. Parreira, S. Barros, A. Miranda, D. Lopes, N. Marques, P. Telles, N. Campos PORTUGAL Evaluation of ocular surface disease in patients after trabeculectomy: comparative study with and without intracameral bevacizumab in a district hospital

08.12

08.18

08.24

E. Karaca, O. Evren Kemer, D. Ozek TURKEY Intense regulated pulse light for meibomian gland dysfunction: early results L. Krishnamurthy, S. Thanikachalam, G. Behera, J. Ramesh INDIA Evaluation of dry eye disease in geriatric and pregeriatric middle aged subjects attending a tertiary care hospital in Puducherry J. Kruger SOUTH AFRICA A South African study on intense regulated pulsed light (IRPL) treatment for dry eye disease

08.30

Discussion

08.36

R. Ferreira-Oliveira, J. Alió, L. Salerno, A. Plaza Puche SPAIN Ocular aberrometry with pyramidal wavefront sensor in eyes implanted with extreme power monofocal spherical intraocular lenses

08.42

F. Faria-Correia, I. Ramos, B. Lopes, N. Franqueira, T. Monteiro, R. Ambrosio Jr. PORTUGAL Correlations of objective metrics for quantifying dysfunctional lens syndrome with visual acuity and phacodynamics

08.48

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

08.54

Discussion

09.00

A. Argay, Z. Rupnik, J. Fekete, Z. Nagy, P. Vamosi HUNGARY Evaluation of glistenings in two different types of intraocular lens using Scheimpflug technique

09.06

M. Zetteberg, L. Havstam Johansson SWEDEN Lens opacity grading and pseudophakia in 70-year-olds

09.12

I. Singh USA A retrospective study on the safety of YAG laser vitreolysis for the treatment of symptomatic floaters

09.18

R. Fulga, A. Fricke, C. Ullmann, G. Auffarth, D. Breyer, K. Klabe, H. Kaymak GERMANY Laser vitreolysis with an UltraQ laser: how effective is this method?

09.24

Discussion

09.30

End of session

The effective management of an ophthalmology practice is nearly as intellectually challenging – and interesting – as the practice of ophthalmology itself. This practical day-long course will be taught by two of America’s most active practice management advisors, with a combined 70 years of health care experience and hundreds of publications. The course will draw on the American business experience but be generalised for both business professionals and physicians, and for an international audience. The programme will address: • Strategic and tactical planning • Financial and volumetric benchmarking • Operations documentation, tracking and improvement • Staff selection and performance enhancement • Coaching providers to higher output and happier careers • Physician and administrator leadership • The boardroom: effective practice partnership governance • Marketing and development • Patient–customer satisfaction pearls • Trends in practice merger-consolidation • Adapting to a changing environment Attendees will return to their home practices with actionable ideas to improve patient care and increase staff accountability, while measuring and advancing financial performance. This masterclass works on a first come, first served basis.

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SUNDAY

Quality of Vision and Dry Eye


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Cataract Surgery Outcomes Poster Village: Pod 1

SUNDAY

Facilitators:

Z. Shalchi UK I. Yusuf UK

09.30

I. Conrad-Hengerer, F. Hengerer, B. Dick, J. Doane GERMANY Evaluation of visual acuity and refractive accuracy from European and US clinical trials of an intraocular lens that can be non-invasively adjusted after implantation

10.30

D. Holland, F. Ruefer, J. Foerster, T. Herbst, I. Matthaei GERMANY Patient satisfaction and visual symptoms after implantation of an EDO IOL (Lentis Comfort, LS13MF15, Oculentis) with near addition of 1.5 D in 66 eyes and 3 months of follow-up

09.35

M. Lundström, U. Stenevi, P. Rosen, Y. Henry, S. Manning, M. Tassignon, M. Dickman SWEDEN The EUREQUO annual report 2016: cataract and refractive surgery in 2016 as reflected by the EUREQUO database

10.35

M. Ilavska SLOVAKIA Correction of presbyopia at cataract surgery with trifocal intraocular lens with extended intermediate focal point: a six month follow-up

09.40

O. Eloka, F. Rombold, C. Niederdellmann GERMANY Improving the outcome of outpatient cataract surgery in Germany through evaluation of both patient satisfaction and objective result quality

10.40

F. Poyales, N. Garzon SPAIN Acriva Reviol Tri-ED visual performance and extendeddepth-of-focus evaluation

10.45

A. Pilyagina, O. Fabrikantov RUSSIA Visual acuity prognostication following cataract phacoemulsification in patients with high myopia

10.50

M. Böhm, M. Herzog, E. Hemkeppler, S. Schoenbrunn, N. De Lorenzo, K. Petermann, T. Kohnen GERMANY Visual performance after implantation of a novel presbyopia-correcting trifocal intraocular lens following lens removal

10.55

J. Vukich USA Small aperture IOL tolerance to residual refractive error

11.00

End of session

09.45

Y. Eom, H. Lee, Y. Suh, J. Song, H. Kim SOUTH KOREA Use of the ratio of posterior to anterior corneal radii of curvature to improve the accuracy of intraocular lens power calculation

09.50

T. Yeo, H. Fam SINGAPORE Comparison of IOL formulae in extreme long axial lengths

09.55

Y. Mori, K. Takada, T. Kaida, K. Minami, K. Miyata JAPAN Evaluation of Barrett Universal II and ray-tracing assisted Olsen formulas for Japanese long axial length eyes

10.00

A. Tamaoki, T. Kojima, A. Hasegawa, M. Yamamoto, T. Kaga, K. Tanaka, K. Ichikawa JAPAN Comparison of three new swept-source optical coherence biometry devices in cataract patients

10.05

T. Teshigawara, A. Meguro, N. Mizuki JAPAN Influence of pupil dilation on predicted postoperative refraction and recommended IOL power in monofocal and bifocal IOLs to obtain target postoperative refraction calculated by 3rd- and 4th-generation IOL power calculation formulas

10.10

K. Næser, G. Savini DENMARK Optimized keratometry and total corneal astigmatism for toric intraocular lens calculation

10.15

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Comparison of clinical outcomes of a new trifocal hydrophobic and a hydrophilic IOL

10.20

J. Alió, D. Romero, A. Simonov, A. Angelov, M. Rombach SPAIN Objective and subjective accommodation results of AkkoLens Lumina intraocular lens

10.25

E. Vounotrypidis, V. Haralanova, A. Wolf, T. Kreutzer, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer GERMANY Clinical comparison of optical with swept sourceassisted biometry for combined phacovitrectomy with ILM-peeling

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SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Glaucoma and Imaging Poster Village: Pod 3 S. Amir-Asgari AUSTRIA S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

09.30

J. Paz Moreno-Arrones, D. Ferrari, M. Castejon Cervero, M. Teus SPAIN Comparative osmolarity changes shown in patients with glaucoma eye drops and healthy controls

10.30

M. Trone, T. Garcin, G. Thuret, P. Gain FRANCE Evaluation of the impact of tear layer thickness in scleral lenses on the optical quality of the eye by means of the double-pass system HD Analyzer

09.35

Q. de Bosredon, C. Dutheil, D. Touboul, C. Schweitzer FRANCE Diagnostic accuracy of Bruch's membrane opening: minimum rim width for detection of perimetric glaucoma and suspect glaucoma patients

10.35

09.40

T. Takmaz, N. Yuksel, D. Yaman, M. Arikan Yorgun, A. Senat Aydin, O. Erel TURKEY Thiol/disulphide balance as an oxidative stress marker in pseudoexfoliation glaucoma

R. Kermedchieva, M. Konareva-Kostianeva, N. Stoyanova BULGARIA Endothelial cell density and central corneal thickness evaluation with in vivo confocal biomicroscopy and anterior segment optical coherence tomography in healthy population

10.40

E. Kreps, D. Gosling, D. Roels BELGIUM Assessing the posterior cornea in keratoconus: can we take a step forward?

09.45

W. Maruszczyk, M. Kimsa, M. Machalska, S. Sapeta, M. Dorecka, U. Mazurek, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Gene expression of TGF beta isoforms and its receptors in parts of trabecular meshwork in patients with glaucoma

10.45

I. Lozano, A. Gomez-Ramirez, F. Rosa SPAIN Topographic analysis of the corneal posterior face in patients with keratoconus

10.50

J. Salgado-Borges, A. Siva, F. Esteves, E. Nunes, A. Queiros, J. Gonzalez-Meijome PORTUGAL Tomographic and biomechanical index (TBI) in a sample of asymmetric keratoconic corneas: pilot study

10.55

Discussion

11.00

End of session

09.50

Y. Kim, J. Park, C. Yoo SOUTH KOREA Revision of Ahmed glaucoma valve failed by incarcerated fibrovascular ingrowth

09.55

S. Rho, S. Lim SOUTH KOREA Anterior segment optical coherence tomography analysis of tube ligation after Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation

10.00

O. Kaplaner, B. Bayar, S. Alzal TURKEY An innovation in glaucoma surgery: XEN45 gel stent implantation

10.05

V. Camps, D. Pinero, A. Lopez-Navarro, I. Cabezos, D. De Fez, M. Caballero SPAIN Corneal topographic and aberrometric measurements obtained with a multidiagnostic device in healthy eyes: intrasession repeatability

10.10

S. Schroder, S. Maurer, T. Eppig, B. Seitz, K. Rubly, A. Langenbucher GERMANY Repeatability of corneal tomography and the impact of misalignment

10.15

B. Bostanci, A. Karatepe Hashas, E. Tasindi TURKEY Comparison of anterior segment parameters and pupil measurements with Aladdin optical biometer and Sirius corneal topographer

10.20

R. Melian, A. Garcia-Garcia, H. Carreras, V. Rodriguez SPAIN Comparison of multiple anterior segment parameters obtained by 5 different topographers

10.25

M. Irkec, S. Kocabeyoglu, F. Bezci TURKEY In vivo confocal microscopic evaluation of corneas in patients with exfoliation syndrome undergoing cataract surgery

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SUNDAY

Facilitators:


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 09.30 – 10.30

10.00 – 12.30

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

Instructional Course

Cornea II Poster Village: Pod 2

SUNDAY

Facilitators:

A. Amisano ITALY A. Panico ITALY

09.30

Y. Kirilova, K. Racheva, P. Vassileva BULGARIA Use of fibrin glue for patients with pterygium

09.35

L. Jiang, M. Khan, J. Gandhewar UK Pterygium excision with conjunctival autograft: a multicentre comparison of fibrin tissue glue versus suture

09.40

I. Jun, Y. Choi, M. Choi, S. Yoon, S. Han, E. Kim, K. Seo SOUTH KOREA The expression pattern and roles in pathophysiology of ANO/TMEM16 family in pterygium

09.45

C. Carranza, M. Srur, I. Del Cerro, I. Maestre, B. Moreno, J. Riba SPAIN Bevacizumab injection and ligation of pterygium’s head: a case report

09.50

W. Mayer, C. Elhardt, J. Sidlecki, S. Priglinger, C. Wertheimer GERMANY Description of Fuchs endothelial dystrophy in HDoptical coherence tomography with correlations to visual acuity

09.55

S. Stanojlovic, V. Milic, S. Zivojinovic, T. Kalezic SERBIA Bilateral peripheral ulcerative keratitis following treatment with rituximab

10.00

T. Lim, B. Cho SOUTH KOREA Intense pulsed light (IPL) treatment in blepharitis patients associated with rosacea who are not responsive to conventional therapy

10.05

N. Arslan, M. Kosker, C. Gurdal, F. Aksoy Khurami, U. Han TURKEY A rare case of spindle cell carcinoma of the cornea and conjunctiva

10.10

O. Al-Shymali, J. Alió, M. Amesty, A. Rodriguez SPAIN Keratopigmentation with micronized mineral pigment: Complications in a series of 234 eyes

10.15

E. Qerimi, M. Troplini ALBANIA Therapeutic lamellar keratoplasty in patients with limbal dermoid

10.20

V. Aykut, A. Elbay, I. Cosakun TURKEY Comparison of corneal sensation in fibromyalgia patients and healthy subjects

10.25 Discussion 10.30

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End of session

IC39* Comprehensive keratoplasty techniques (Part 2) (A)

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

Room 4.3

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


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 10.00 – 10.50

10.30 – 12.30

OPENING CEREMONY

Instructional Courses

Arena

IC43

Official Opening

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, B. Little UK, K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS, J. Titiyal INDIA, S. Haldipurkar INDIA

Welcome from the President D. Spalton UK

Welcome from the local host F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

IC44 Corneal surgery assisted by femtosecond laser (I)

PRESIDENT, ESCRS

10.10

COORDINATOR OF CATARACT AND REFRACTIVE SURGERY PORTUGUESE GROUP

Room 4.1

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

Room 3.1

Peter Barry Fellowship

IC45

10.15

Announcement of recipients D. Spalton UK

Presentation C. Barry IRELAND

Binkhorst Medal Lecture 2017 10.20

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Cataract surgery in high-risk eyes: lessons learned

SUNDAY

10.00

NEW

Multifocal IOLs: masterclass (I) J. Karthikappallil UK, M. Wevill UK, M. Subramanian UK

Room 3.3

IC46 DALK: from standard technique to new frontiers (I)

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

Room 4.7

IC47 NEW

Combined cataract and glaucoma surgery: when, what and how (A)

L. Au UK, S. Lim UK, K. Mercieca UK, A. Fea ITALY, A. Mermoud SWITZERLAND

Room 3.2

IC48 Managing phaco complications in rock hard cataracts (I)

K. Mehta INDIA, J. Bovet SWITZERLAND, C. Mehta INDIA, S. Arshinoff CANADA, Z. Biro HUNGARY, M. Piovella ITALY

10.50

End of ceremony

Room 3.5

IC49 NEW

In-the-bag IOL dislocations (I) I. Prieto PORTUGAL, B. Feijoo PORTUGAL, M. Faria PORTUGAL, R. Lorente SPAIN, V. Rojas SPAIN, B. Lorente SPAIN

Room 4.2

10.30 – 13.30 Instructional Course IC50* 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

Meeting Center Room III

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

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SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 10.30 – 12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal II

SUNDAY

Room 2.1 Chairperson:

A. Marinho PORTUGAL

Moderators:

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA P. Versace AUSTRALIA

10.30

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

10.36

K. Buusova Smeckova, Z. Smecka, B. Strnadova, A. Kovacikova CZECH REPUBLIC Tolerance to residual astigmatism with the hydrophobic acrylate trifocal lens

10.42

F. Vega, N. Garzon, M. Millan, C. Varon, M. Gil, G. Cardona, F. Poyales SPAIN Correlation of clinical defocus curves with optical quality of multifocal intraocular lenses

10.48

B. Kang, B. Kim, J. Hyon, M. Kim, W. Wee SOUTH KOREA Comparative analysis of the effect of bifocal vs trifocal diffractive intraocular lens implantation on visual quality after cataract surgery

10.54

K. KrĂĄnitz, I. Kovacs, E. Juhasz, G. Sandor, A. Dunai, Z. Nagy HUNGARY Aberration profile of two multifocal IOLs and the effect of angle kappa on postoperative aberrations

11.00

Discussion

11.10

M. Cabanas, R. Ruiz-Mesa, A. Abengozar-Vela SPAIN Optical quality evaluation of a new refractive intraocular lens by ray tracing wavefront aberrometry after implantation

11.16

C. Dorronsoro, M. Vinas, C. Benedi, S. Aissati, V. Akondi, S. Marcos SPAIN Pre-surgical visual simulations of real multifocal lenses with different optical methods

11.22

D. Gatinel, J. Loicq, N. Willet FRANCE Investigating the chromatic properties of multifocal intraocular lenses

11.28

A. Dunai, K. Kranitz, E. Juhasz, G. Sandor, T. Filkorn, Z. Nagy HUNGARY Comparison of two multifocal IOL types: long-term visual outcomes

11.34

P. Versace AUSTRALIA Using multifocal IOLs after LASIK

11.40

Discussion

11.50

A. Janekova, R. Zugar, J. Pasta, M. Janek CZECH REPUBLIC Clinical experience with multifocal segmented biaspheric lens SBL-3 with 400 eyes on file

11.56

A. Kok Khiang, E. Shakira Amran MALAYSIA Blended vision of refractive rotational asymmetric intraocular lens (IOL) Oculentis Mplus X MF30 and Oculentis Mplus MF20

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12.02

S. Shah, E. Berrow, R. Gil-Cazorla, S. Naroo, J. Wolffsohn UK To assess the early visual performance and subjective experience of patients implanted with a new lower near vision addition segmented multifocal intraocular lens

12.08

H. Kwon, Y. Kim SOUTH KOREA Effect of coma on near vision in an asymmetric refractive multifocal intraocular lens

12.14

R. McNeely, J. Moore, E. Pazo UK Comparison of visual performance and quality of vision at two postoperative assessments following bilateral implantation of a rotationally asymmetric multifocal intraocular lens

12.20

Discussion

12.30

End of session


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 10.30 – 12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Cornea: Surgical I Chairperson:

M. Dickman THE NETHERLANDS

Moderator:

P. Studeny CZECH REPUBLIC

I. Guber, C. Bergin, F. Majo, Z. Gatzioufas, S. Hamada, D. Lake SWITZERLAND Comparison of microkeratome-assisted vs femtosecond-assisted anterior lamellar therapeutic keratoplasty for disorders of the anterior part of the corneal stroma

11.46

Discussion

11.56

L. Zumhagen, N. Eter, M. Alnawaiseh GERMANY Changes in corneal refractive power and IOL power calculation for patients with Fuchs’ endothelial dystrophy after DMEK

I. Lavy, R. Verdijk, M. Bruinsma, H. Sleddens, S. Oellerich, P. Binder, G. Melles ISRAEL Sex chromosome analysis of post-mortem corneal endothelium after sex-mismatch Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty

12.02

I. Dapena, J. Parker, K. van Dijk, E. Groenveld van Beek, J. Lie, L. Ham, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Five year clinical results of Bowman's layer transplantation

12.08

10.42

S. Madi, P. Leon, M. Busin EGYPT Ultrathin Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty: 5 year outcomes

M. Dickman THE NETHERLANDS European registry for quality improvement in corneal transplantation surgery

12.14

10.48

K. van Dijk, S. Oellerich, L. Baydoun, J. Peraza-Nieves, P. Binder, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Multicenter study on Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK)

H. Nithianandan, P. Morales, Y. Chen, R. Tan, G. Mintsioulis, S. Ziai, K. Baig CANADA Feasibility of implementing a national corneal transplant registry: 2017 update on the Ottawa pilot study

10.54

J. Woo, H. Htoon, M. Ang, D. Tan SINGAPORE Outcomes and complications of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty vs penetrating keratoplasty and Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty: results from the Singapore Corneal Transplant Registry

12.20

Discussion

12.30

End of session

10.30

10.36

11.00

Discussion

11.10

V. Zygoura, L. Baydoun, L. Ham, K. van Dijk, J. Lie, S. Oellerich, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Quarter-DMEK for Fuch's endothelial dystrophy: 1–6 months outcomes

11.16

L. Avoni ITALY Anterior chamber pressure system in combination with One Use-Plus automated microkeratome for ultra-thin corneal lamellar grafts in one single pass

11.22

K. Droutsas, A. Lazaridis, E. Giallouros, G. Kymionis, W. Sekundo GREECE Corneal densitometry after DMEK vs DSAEK: two-year results

11.28

L. Ham, L. Baydoun, S. Oellerich, N. Gerber-Hollbach, I. Dapena, V. Liarakos, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Clinical outcome of rebubbling for graft detachment after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK)

11.34

L. Mattioli, S. Madi, M. Ziosi, M. Busin ITALY Outcomes of pneumatic dissection for DALK in pediatric patients

11.40

P. Studeny, D. Krizova, Y. Klimesova, M. Netukova CZECH REPUBLIC PDEK: pre-Descemet´s endothelial keratoplasty – clinical outcomes

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SUNDAY

Meeting Center Room I


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 11.00 – 12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Small Lenticule Extraction

SUNDAY

Room 3.6 Chairperson:

B. Cochener FRANCE

Moderators:

S. Ganesh INDIA R. Shetty INDIA

11.00

R. Vida, D. Reinstein, G. Carp, T. Archer UK Outcomes of SMILE for spherical myopia

12.15

D. Donate, R. Thaeron FRANCE Sub-cap-LE: case series outcomes assessment

11.06

D. Reinstein, G. Carp, T. Archer, M. Jukic, E. Rowe UK Incidence, management and outcomes of suction loss during SMILE in 4,000 eyes

12.21

Discussion

12.30

End of session

11.12

S. Srivannaboon, E. Chansue, V. Chuckpaiwong, C. Chirapapaisan, P. Naripthaphan, P. Thammano, S. Swasdibutra THAILAND Refractive outcomes of superficial (80 microns) vs deep (140 microns) lenticule location in small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE)

11.18

M. Shafik Shaheen, M. Khalifa, A. Ghoneim, M. Aly, D. Pinero EGYPT Comparative analysis of the clinical outcomes of small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) and wavefrontguided laser in situ keratomileusis (WFG-LASIK) in low and moderate myopia

11.24

J. Pietilä, A. Huhtala, P. Makinen, T. Rajala, K. Salmenhaara, V. Alho, H. Uusitalo FINLAND Comparison of dry eye symptoms and patient satisfaction in femtosecond laser in situ keratomileusis (FS-LASIK) and small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE)

11.30

S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Comparison of visual outcomes and optical quality between a 'no-dissection' vs the conventional 'dissection' technique of lenticule extraction in ReLEx SMILE

11.36

Discussion

11.45

J. Faure, S. Michee, G. Houot, C. Stragliati, L. Trinh FRANCE Evaluation of the corneal tissue consumption after a refractive lenticule extraction: nomogram reliability

11.51

S. Tolees, A. Eldanasoury SAUDI ARABIA Safety and efficacy of femtosecond laser small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) to correct astigmatism

11.57

H. Sideroudi, A. Lazridis, A. Messerschmidt-Roth, G. Labiris, V. Kozobolis, W. Sekundo GREECE Corneal irregular astigmatism and curvature changes after small incision lenticule extraction: 3 year follow-up

12.03

S. Taneri, S. Kiessler, A. Rost, T. Schultz, M. Elling, H. Dick GERMANY Correction of astigmatism with SMILE

12.09

N. Luft, J. Siedlecki, C. Wertheimer, T. Kreutzer, W. Mayer, S. Priglinger, M. Dirisamer AUSTRIA Small incision lenticule extraction monovision in presbyopic patients

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SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 11.00 – 13.00

14.00 – 16.00

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

JOURNAL OF CATARACT & REFRACTIVE SURGERY SYMPOSIUM

Arena Chairpersons:

O. Findl AUSTRIA J. Murta PORTUGAL

11.00

E. Donnenfeld USA Sustained drug delivery

11.15

C. Lobo PORTUGAL Getting and maintaining a large pupil

11.30 Discussion

Controversies in Cataract and Refractive Surgery Arena Chairpersons:

W.J. Dupps USA (US ASSOCIATE EDITOR) T. Kohnen GERMANY (EUROPEAN EDITOR)

Percentage tissue altered (PTA) for predicting post-LASIK ectasia risk 14.00

M. Santhiago BRAZIL Pro A. Saad FRANCE Contra

11.40

P. Montan SWEDEN Antibiotics revisited

14.15

11.55

Y. El-Shabrawi AUSTRIA The uveitic eye

14.30 Discussion

12.10 Discussion

The PREMED Study

What is the right place for phakic intraocular lenses (PIOLs)?

12.20

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS CME prophylaxis

14.40

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS In the anterior chamber

12.35

L. Wielders THE NETHERLANDS The diabetic eye

14.55

R. Zaldivar ARGENTINA In the posterior chamber

12.50 Discussion 13.00

End of session

SUNDAY

Changing Pharmaceutical Treatment Patterns in Cataract Surgery

15.10 Discussion

IOL calculations 15.20

T. Olsen DENMARK Optimised traditional approaches

15.35

W. Hill USA Pattern recognition

15.50 Discussion 16.00

End of session

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SUNDAY

SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 14.00 – 16.00

14.00 – 15.00

VIDEO AWARDS SESSION

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

Announcement and Presentation of the Winners of the 2017 Video Competition

The New Enlarged Depth-of-Focus Technology

Room 2.1

Poster Village: Pod 1

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 INDIA

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.

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Moderators:

V. Katsanevaki GREECE S. Morselli ITALY

14.00

F. Bartol-Puyal, G. Gimenez-Calvo, I. Altemir-Gomez, P. Talavero-Gonzalez, V. Polo, J. Larrosa, L. Pablo SPAIN Aberrometric outcomes comparison between three intraocular lenses of a same family

14.08

B. Dick, E. Mertens, P. Stodulka, C. Mazzini, M. Tetz, D. Breyer, D. Holland GERMANY Prospective multicenter trial on outcomes after bilateral implantation of the bioanalogic WIOL-CF IOL

14.16

M. Millan, F. Vega, M. Gil SPAIN Chromatic aberration compensation and focus extension in a first and second order diffractive intraocular lens of low addition

14.24

K. Gundersen NORWAY Visual performance and quality of vision with a toric extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens

14.32

G. Kleinmann, D. Velleman, O. Reitblat, A. Levy, E. Assia ISRAEL Early experience with a new extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens

14.40

F. Kretz, D. Breyer, S. Abdassalam, H. Kaymak, M. Muller, G. Auffarth, M. Gerl GERMANY Evaluation of a new mix and match approach with an EDOF trifocal and a trifocal IOL

14.48

Discussion

15.00

End of session


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 14.30 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cornea: Surgical II Chairperson:

G. Grabner AUSTRIA

Moderators:

A. Limão PORTUGAL T. Monteiro PORTUGAL

14.30

O. Al-Shymali, A. Rodriguez, J. Alió, M. Amesty SPAIN Superficial keratopigmentation: an alternative solution for patients with cosmetically or functionally impaired eyes

15.42

M. Henriquez, N. Canorio, M. Rincon, L. Izquierdo PERU Evaluation of snake-like chromatin cells protein related to eye rubbing in patients with keratoconus and allergic conjunctivitis

14.36

M. Camellin, S. Mosquera, U. Camellin ITALY PTK followed by delayed transepithelial link in corneal irregularities

15.48

14.42

M. Cosentino ARGENTINA Corneal lifting (CL): new technique to treat keratoconus – long-term results

H. Hasani, A. Baradaran IRAN Randomized trial comparing amniotic membrane transplantation with medical therapy for the treatment of ocular chemical burn

15.54

Discussion

14.48

Discussion

16.00

End of session

14.54

C. Gordillo, J. Grandin, A. Lotfi ARGENTINA Development of a dynamic nomogram for the treatment of keratoconus with intracorneal ring segment implantation

15.00

T. Monteiro, J. Alfonso, F. Faria Correia, N. Franqueira, J. Merayo-Lloves PORTUGAL Intracorneal ring segment implantation in paracentral keratoconus with non coincident topographic and coma axis: comparison between manual and femtosecond laser surgery

15.06

F. Bandeira, V. Eguiza, D. Elies, F. Manero, M. Morral, J. Güell BRAZIL Refractive and vectorial outcomes of a toric transitional intraocular lens for patients with cataract and abnormal corneal topography with irregular astigmatism

15.12

V. Eguiza, J. Güell, O. Gris, D. Elies Amat, M. Morral, M. Barbany, S. Souki, F. Bandeira, F. Manero MEXICO Use of toric iris-claw phakic intraocular lens for myopic astigmatism in keratoconus with or without additional treatment

15.18

Discussion

15.24

K. Næser, G. Savini, J. Bregnhoj DENMARK Over the age-related changes in corneal astigmatism and their impact on target astigmatisms in corneorefractive surgery

15.30

J. Lee, Y. Lee, J. Choi, T. Tandogan, G. Auffarth, R. Khoramnia, C. Choi SOUTH KOREA Comparison of color light-emitting diode corneal topographer and dual rotating Scheimpflug-placido topographer

15.36

S. Holland, D. Lin, J. Hogden, N. Davey CANADA Topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy with collagen cross-linking for keratoconus

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SUNDAY

Room 3.6


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 14.30 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cataract Surgery Outcomes: IOL Power Calculations Meeting Center Room I Chairperson:

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND

Moderators:

G. Barrett AUSTRALIA P. Gil PORTUGAL

SUNDAY

14.30

N. Hirnschall, O. Findl, T. Buehren, M. Trost AUSTRIA Evaluation of spherical equivalent outcomes of ray tracing based IOL power calculation using exact IOL design information compared with triple optimized Haigis formula

14.36

G. Barrett, O. Findl, E. Fabian, J. Jorgensen AUSTRALIA Improved IOL power prediction utilising swept source OCT

14.42

A. Atalla, S. El-Agha, A. Osman, M. Osama EGYPT Evaluation of the Koch-Wang optimization method of axial length for intraocular lens power calculation in myopic eyes

14.48

P. Gil, P. Ramos, A. Rosa, M. Quadrado, J. Povoa, C. Lobo, J. Murta PORTUGAL IOL formula accuracy in Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy

14.54

Discussion

15.00

M. Lee, Y. Lee MALAYSIA Comparative study of 9 different formulae for intraocular lens power calculation

15.06

L. Lai, P. Ursell UK How long after cataract surgery can we use biometry measurements for the second eye: never, 1 year, 2 years, 3 years or more? A retrospective analysis of over 5,000 repeated biometry measurements

15.12

P. Preussner GERMANY Shape factor variations: a mostly overlooked entity in IOL calculation

15.18

M. Pyfer, T. Arlow, E. Hufnagel USA Improving intraocular lens power calculation with femtosecond laser biometry data

15.24

Discussion

15.30

M. Raimundo, C. Azenha, A. Martins, P. Gil, A. Rosa, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL Intraoperative wavefront aberrometry: a comparison between IOL power calculation methods

15.36

T. Tandogan, A. Cantagalli, M. Tetz, R. Khoramnia, C. Choi, G. Auffarth GERMANY Determination of correction factors for intraoperative measurement of pseudophakic eyes

15.42

S. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, S. Srivastava, A. Vasavada INDIA Comparison of newer IOL power calculation formulae with conventional ones in highly myopic eyes

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15.48

T. Yeo SINGAPORE EVO: a new intraocular lens formula

15.54

Discussion

16.00

End of session


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 14.30 – 16.30 Instructional Courses Corneal biomechanics for the clinician: understanding the basics (I)

C. Roberts USA, J. Hjortdal DENMARK, W.J. Dupps USA, P. Vinciguerra ITALY, D. Epstein SWITZERLAND, F. Faria-Correia PORTUGAL

Room 4.1

IC52

Converting to refractive lens exchange and presbyopia correction for the general cataract surgeon (A)

R. Morris UK, P. Rosen UK, K. Bates UK

Room 3.1

IC53

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

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

IC60

Visual field evaluation (I)

F. Rowe UK

IC61

Multifocal, toric multifocal, extended-depth-offocus and pinhole IOLs: face the challenge (A)

M. Piovella ITALY, J. Pepose USA, C. Mehta INDIA, C. Carbonara ITALY, A. Cantagalli ITALY

Room 4.5

Meeting Center Room III

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

SUNDAY

IC51 EBO

Handouts available at www.escrs.org

Room 3.3

IC54

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 4.7

IC55

Complications in LASIK: management and prevention (B)

J. Vryghem BELGIUM, M. Assouline FRANCE, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, S. Daya UK, G. Sallet BELGIUM, G. Pamel USA

Room 3.2

IC56* Overview of phakic IOLs (B) EBO

A. Marinho PORTUGAL, F. Carones ITALY, C. Budo BELGIUM, A. Eldanasoury SAUDI ARABIA, P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC, G. Baikoff FRANCE

Room 3.5

IC57

Oculoplastic surgery for cataract and refractive surgeons (A)

V. Thaller UK, D. Paridaens THE NETHERLANDS, F. Quaranta-Leoni ITALY, I. Mavrikakis GREECE

Room 4.2

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

IC58 EBO

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

D. Young UK, S. Corson UK

Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

IC59 NEW

Present state, developments and future of the capsular tension ring (CTR) (I)

J. Villada THE NETHERLANDS, B. Dick GERMANY, J. Martinez de Aragon THE NETHERLANDS, T. Schultz GERMANY, L. Werner USA

Room 4.3

Room 4.4

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SUNDAY

SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 15.00 – 16.00

15.00 – 16.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

Multifocal IOLs

Keratorefractive Results I

Poster Village: Pod 1

Poster Village: Pod 2

Facilitators:

Facilitators:

C. Pedrosa PORTUGAL D. Silva PORTUGAL

15.00

J. Alió, P. Yebana, A. Renna SPAIN Comparative analysis to evaluate visual performance of two multifocal intraocular lenses: AcrySof IQ ReSTOR +3.0D and AT LISA tri 839MP

15.05

A. Petzold GERMANY Retrospective study of the long-term comparison of patient satisfaction after bilateral implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses of different generations: a 10 year follow-up

J. Alió del Barrio SPAIN M. Sajdikova CZECH REPUBLIC

15.00

S. Awwad, M. Ahmad, M. Abdul Fattah LEBANON Hyperopic photorefractive keratectomy enhancement over laser in-situ keratomileusis flap

15.05

I. Barequet, D. Barequet-Dvorkin, A. Hirsh, E. Levinger, I. Kremer, S. Levinger, O. Mahler ISRAEL Outcomes of retreatment of residual refractive errors after myopic FemtoLASIK

15.10

J. Costa, L. Figueiredo, F. Neves, R. Rothwell, C. Arede PORTUGAL Influence of ocular residual astigmatism on the correction of high compound astigmatism and myopic astigmatism using wavefront-guided LASIK

15.10

N. Dhillon, B. Illango UK Forceps touch marks on premium IOL: does it matter?

15.15

R. Ferreira-Oliveira, J. Alió, A. Plaza-Puche, R. Fernandez-Buenaga, P. Joseph, M. Maldonado SPAIN Multifocal intraocular lenses: meta-analysis outcomes

15.15

15.20

K. Kim SOUTH KOREA Visual and refractive outcomes of low-add refractive toric multifocal intraocular lens

A. Day, D. Reinstein, G. Carp, T. Archer UK One year outcomes of LASIK for mixed cylinder using the MEL 90 excimer laser

15.20

15.25

M. Choi, Y. Choi, E. Kim, K. Seo, T. Kim SOUTH KOREA Comparison of the clinical outcomes between an extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens and a diffractive trifocal intraocular lens

J. Hogden, S. Holland, D. Lin, S. Mosquera, N. Davey CANADA Optimized asphericity after SmartSurf PRK

15.25

V. Jhanji, M. Elena, M. Yu USA Intraocular pressure lowering after LASIK

15.30

J. Gil, F. Vega, C. Varon, G. Cardona, M. Millan, J. Buil SPAIN Optical quality comparison of six diffractive and one refractive multifocal intraocular lenses: role of lens add power and foci light distribution

15.30

R. Makarov, I. Mushkova, N. Maichuk RUSSIA Clinical rehabilitation of patient with post-infectious central corneal opacity after penetrating keratoplasty by topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy

15.35

R. Ferreira-Oliveira, A. Plaza-Puche, J. Alió SPAIN Light distortion analysis, ocular aberrometry with pyramidal wavefront sensor and visual outcomes in patients implanted with diffractive trifocal intraocular lens: long-term follow-up

15.35

C. McAlinden UK Postoperative efficacy, predictability, safety and visual quality of laser corneal refractive surgery: a network meta-analysis

15.40

M. Rechichi, M. Ferrise, C. Mazzotta, S. Zagari, M. Zagari ITALY Optical coherence tomography-guided transepithelial phototherapeutic keratectomy for the treatment of extreme cases of corneal opacities

15.45

E. Kim, I. Jun, M. Choi, J. Choi, B. Ha, D. Kang, T. Kim SOUTH KOREA Comparison of clinical outcomes between small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) versus corneal wavefront-guided transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy for eyes with > 2.5 diopters of refractive astigmatism

15.50

J. Ventruba, R. Anderle, V. Kalandrova CZECH REPUBLIC Comparison of an incidence of an opaque bubble layer and impact on visual outcomes using two types of femtosecond lasers

15.55

A. Vasquez Perez, F. Aiello, K. Muthusamy, L. Fernandez-Vega, S. Tuft UK Interface fluid syndrome (IFS) induced by uncontrolled ocular hypertension with Urrets-Zavalia syndrome after laser in-situ keratomileusis (LASIK)

16.00

End of session

15.40

M. Holzer, T. Rabsilber, G. Auffarth, B. Thomas GERMANY Visual outcomes and patient satisfaction following implantation of two trifocal intraocular lenses with different intermediate focal distances

15.45

J. Szaflik, B. Smigielska, W. Kolodziejczyk, T. Galecki, J. Szaflik POLAND Evaluation of the effectiveness of cataract surgery with implantation of the new multifocal intraocular lens REVERSO, as an additional (piggy back) implant, simultaneously with monofocal IOL implantation into the capsular bag

15.50

K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, A. Tsygankov, O. Miyovich RUSSIA Comparative analysis of bi- and trifocal IOL implantation for presbyopia correction

15.55

J. Alió, A. Plaza-Puche, P. Yebana, J. Alió del Barrio, P. Amat, V. Ortuno, R. Fernandez Buenaga SPAIN Visual outcomes after implantation of the PanOptix trifocal intraocular lens

16.00

End of session

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SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 15.00 – 16.30

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Miscellaneous and Infections Poster Village: Pod 3 V. Diakonis GREECE D. Portaliou GREECE

15.00

M. Wiącek, M. Modrzejewska, D. Bobrowska Snarska, W. Lubinski, M. Brzosko POLAND Does systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) activity have an impact on the ocular surface?

15.05

A. Frings, M. Schargus GERMANY Recovery from amiodarone-induced cornea verticillata by application of topical heparin

15.10

K. Krix-Jachym, I. Skrzypiec, I. Jamiolkowska, J. Wierzbowska, M. Rekas POLAND Retinal nerve fiber layer and ganglion cell complex thickness in multiple sclerosis

15.15

R. Oltulu, P. Oltulu TURKEY Apoptosis of lens epithelial cells in patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome

15.20

M. Tłustochowicz, K. Krix-Jachym, R. Rozycki, M. Rekas POLAND Evaluation of corneal topographic changes after pterygium surgery

15.25

T. Yasar, M. Batur, E. Sevin, S. Tekin, M. Demir TURKEY Evaluation of pterygium by anterior segment optical coherence tomography

15.30

M. Ueta, H. Nishigaki, C. Sotozono, S. Kinoshita JAPAN Differences of the tear cytokines between atopic keratoconjunctivitis and chronic Stevens-Johnson syndrome

15.35

D. Cristóvão, M. Marques, S. Alves, J. Maia Seco, A. Fernandes Fonseca, H. Nogueira PORTUGAL Salzmann’s nodular degeneration: is it still an idiopathic disease? Case report

15.40

I. Rogalinska, M. Pawlak, M. Nowak-Gabryel, J. Kociecki POLAND Ocular siderosis: a case report

15.45

M. Zemba, A. Stamate, C. Avram, M. Burcea ROMANIA The diagnosis and management of a case of giant conjunctival tumor

15.50

M. Palamar, B. Yaman, T. Akalin, A. Yagci TURKEY Amniotic membrane transplantation in surgical treatment of conjunctival melanoma: long-term results

15.55

T. Lalias, E. Kanonidou GREECE Eye injury in a young male with history of refractive surgery: diagnostic approach and management

16.00

R. Kowalski, D. Dhaliwal, A. Mammen USA AmpliVue is a new test for detecting HSV from ocular specimens

16.05

M. Wakefield, L. Papaiounou, S. Koo, J. Prydal, V. Savant UK Prognostic factors in Moraxella keratitis

16.10

R. Kowalski, E. Romanowski, R. Shanks, A. Mammen, D. Dhaliwal USA Evaluation of dropless prophylaxis with Tri-Moxi-Vanc and Tri-Moxi for preventing endophthalmitis in a rabbit model

16.15

E. Lee, J. Lee, S. Lee SOUTH KOREA The clinical characteristics of ocular toxocariasis in Jeju, an isolated island in Korea using ultra-widefield fundus photography

16.20 Discussion 16.30

End of session

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SUNDAY

Facilitators:


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 16.00 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Imaging Anterior Segment Meeting Center Room I Chairperson:

M. Amon AUSTRIA

Moderators:

L. Rios BRAZIL F. Vaz PORTUGAL

SUNDAY

16.00

S. Ganatra, M. Patel, M. Mansuri INDIA Confocal microscopy of filtering blebs post antiglaucoma surgery using HRT III cornea module

16.06

L. Tutchenko, O. Horak, V. Sanin, S. Kosuba, S. Patel UKRAINE Estimation of the refractive index of the human cornea in vivo by non-invasive optical pachymetry

16.12

F. Rezvan, H. Hashemi, M. Khabazkhoob IRAN The distribution of keratometry and corneal astigmatism in a population based study

16.18

C. Yang, H. Kim, D. Lim, T. Chung SOUTH KOREA Comparison of two optical biometry-based sweptsource optical coherence tomography with a partial coherence interferometry

16.24

A. Nowinska, E. Wroblewska-Czajka, A. Simon, E. Wylegala POLAND Evaluation of anterior and posterior corneal surface, fourier indices and corneal thickness in normal eyes using swept source optical coherence tomography

16.30

L. Rios, L. Torquetti, P. Peixoto, D. Marques, C. Arce BRAZIL Evaluation of corneal power measurements obtained by three different devices

16.36

Á. Garcia-Garcia, R. Melian, H. Carreras, V. Rodriguez SPAIN Corneal dioptric power, astigmatism and high order aberrations: a comparison between color lightemiting diode-based (Cassini) and Scheimpflug technology (Pentacam) topographers

16.42

S. Koh, N. Maeda, K. Okamoto, K. Nishida JAPAN Comparison of keratometric corneal power and keratometric astigmatism measurements obtained by a swept-source optical coherence tomography, a rotating Scheimpflug-based corneal tomography and a placido-based corneal topography

16.48

Discussion

16.58

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

17.04

A. Martínez-Abad, D. Pinero, P. Ruiz-Fortes, R. Perez-Cambroda, R. Soto-Negro, A. Artola SPAIN Preliminary evidence of the diagnostic ability of the analysis of the sclerocorneal profile for the diagnosis of keratoconus

17.10

U. Choudhary, L. Kaweri, R. Shetty INDIA Determining the predictive ability of keratoconus screening indices of three Scheimpflug-based devices to distinguish keratoconus from normal corneas

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17.16

E. Torres Netto, A. Saad, I. Salah-Mabed, D. Gatinel SWITZERLAND Topographic properties of corneal epithelium in thin corneas or suspected keratoconus

17.22

N. Pircher, S. Holzer, R. Werkmeister, F. Schwarzhans, J. Lammer, D. Schmidl, G. Schmidinger AUSTRIA Distinguishing healthy and keratoconic eyes using ultra high-resolution OCT-based corneal epithelium thickness mapping

17.28

F. Price Jr., M. Feng USA The use of intraoperative OCT in anterior segment surgery

17.34

Discussion

18.00

End of session


16.00 – 18.00

16.30 – 18.00

YOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS SESSION

FREE PAPER SESSION

Avoiding Mistakes in Cataract Surgery

Presbyopia Management

Room 3.6

Room 2.1

Chairpersons:

O. Findl AUSTRIA M. Severinsen DENMARK

Preoperative: how to satisfy my patients 16.00

S. Palkovits AUSTRIA Tips in biometry

16.15

M. Shajari GERMANY Planning in special cases: previous refractive surgery and astigmatism

Chairperson:

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA

Moderators:

E. Barragan MEXICO J. Vukich USA

16.30

T. Chung, C. Yang, G. Park, H. Moon, D. Lim, J. Lee, J. Lee SOUTH KOREA Refractive corneal inlay implantation to improve near vision in emmetropic presbyopic patients

16.36

A. Daxer AUSTRIA Topographic pilot study of a new presbyopia inlay concept

16.42

J. Vukich USA Effect of pupil size on visual performance of presbyopes with small-aperture corneal inlay

16.48

E. Barragan, A. Chayet MEXICO Clinical outcomes after implanting a non-refractive hydrogel corneal inlay in a stromal pocket to correct for presbyopia

16.54

J. Güell, A. Lang, E. Barragan Garza, A. Chayet SPAIN Biomechanical-remodeling of the epithelium after implantation of a corneal hydrogel shape-changing inlay

17.00

Discussion

17.09

M. Kacerovsky, J. Kacerovska CZECH REPUBLIC PanOptix and AT LISA tri in presbyopic surgery

17.15

H. Uy, H. Ginis PHILIPPINES Enhancement surgery with a two-component, adjustable intraocular lens system: initial results

17.21

K. Nistad, O. Lundstroem NORWAY Prediction of refractive outcomes using the new PhysIOL Toric calculator adjusted by the Abulafia-Koch formula

17.27

S. Soldati, P. Viola, C. Roberto ITALY Efficacy of clear lens extraction with AMO Symfony elongated-depth-of-focus (EDOF) IOL in eyes with high refractive error and presbyopia

17.33

E. Jerhotová, L. Valesova, J. Miksovska, L. Tovarek CZECH REPUBLIC Multifocal lens implantation in patients after previous laser refractive surgery

17.39

C. Bellucci, M. Cargnoni, R. Bellucci ITALY Trifocal IOL implantation in refractive lens exchange after PresbyLASIK: report of a case

17.45

H. Olesen, T. Pedersen DENMARK Multifocal lens explantations in Memira, Denmark from 2009–2016

17.51

Discussion

18.00

End of session

16.30 Discussion

Intraoperative 16.40

N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS Iris and anterior capsulotomy issues

16.55

B. Feijoó PORTUGAL Cracking techniques

17.10 Discussion

Postoperative 17.20

C. Pedrosa PORTUGAL Treatment of postoperative complications

17.35

Z. Shalchi UK Management of refractive surprises

17.50 Discussion 18.00

End of session

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SUNDAY

SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 16.15 – 18.15

VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS ‘You Make the Call’ Real-Time Reactions of Experts to Unseen Videos Arena

SUNDAY

Chairpersons:

D. Chang USA J. Murta PORTUGAL R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS I. Prieto PORTUGAL

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. Panellists: F. Loureiro PORTUGAL, B. Malyugin RUSSIA

Panellists: J. Güell SPAIN, R. Salgado PORTUGAL

16.15

Case 1: Subluxation of the lens in a young boy (J. Murta)

17.15

Case 5: Managing Terrien’s marginal degeneration: a clinical challenge (J. Murta)

16.30

Case 2: Traumatic cataract: the expected and the unexpected (I. Prieto)

17.30

Case 6: A routine cataract surgical case? (I. Prieto)

Panellists: A. Abulafia ISRAEL, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL 16.45

17.00

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Case 3: Calculating IOL power after radial keratotomy: a wild guess? (R. Nuijts) Case 4: Pseudoexfoliation with severe zonulopathy (D. Chang)

Voting keypads available during this session

Panellists: G. Auffarth GERMANY, C. Lobo PORTUGAL 17.45

Case 7: Unhappy multifocal IOL patient (D. Chang)

18.00

Case 8: Phaco after intravitreal injection: business as usual (R. Nuijts)

18.15

End of session


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Pseudophakic IOL Power Calculation: Photic Phenomena after IOL Implantation Chairperson:

K. Vannas FINLAND

Moderator:

M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND

16.30

V. Vrijman, A. Abulafia, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Accuracy of different formulas for multifocal intraocular lens power prediction after corneal refractive laser surgery for myopia

16.36

V. Webers, N. Bauer, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Intraoperative aberrometry vs standard preoperative biometry in non-toric and toric IOL calculations

16.42

L. Romanova, T. Kiseleva, O. Oganesyan, S. Milash, A. Ivanova, K. Lugovkina, V. Chernookova RUSSIA Contemporary eye biometry methods for IOL power calculation

16.48

B. Cañizares Baos, J. Saldana Garrido, A. Benito Galindo, P. Tana Rivero SPAIN Prospective analysis and comparison of the predicted target refraction and the postoperative refraction using different IOL power calculation methods: biometer based on interferometry vs biometer based on OCT vs intraoperative wavefront aberrometry

16.54

Discussion

17.00

M. Mrochen, P. Zakharov, B. Pajic, A. Cummings SWITZERLAND Planning the individual refractive correction for cataract patients based on objectively measured refraction profile

17.06

O. Reitblat, A. Levy, G. Kleinmann, E. Assia ISRAEL Accuracy of intraocular lens power calculation using three optical biometry measurement devices: the OA-2000, Lenstar-LS900 and IOLMaster-500

17.12

M. Ghoreishi, A. Khalilian, M. Peyman, M. Mohammadinia, A. Peyman IRAN Comparison of OKULIX ray-tracing software with SRK-T and Hoffer-Q formula in intraocular lens power calculation

17.18

O. Findl, N. Hirnschall, T. Buehren, M. Trost AUSTRIA Accuracy of spherical equivalent using standard keratometry compared to new true keratometry mesasurement using posterior corneal surface curvature

17.24

Discussion

17.30

D. Váradi, H. Wallek, B. Giers, R. Khoramnia, T. Tandogan, B. Thomas, G. Auffarth GERMANY Assessment of photic phenomena (halo/glare) after implantation of different IOL models

17.36

M. Simpson, M. Muzyka-Wozniak USA Effect of pupil diameter on both negative dysphotopsia and peripheral vision with IOLs

17.42

P. Vamosi, S. Masket, T. Neuhann, Z. Rupnik USA Anti-dysphotopic IOL: update and progress

17.48

N. Makhotkina, V. Dugrain, T. Berendschot, D. Purchase, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Effect of implanting a Sulcoflex IOL in patients with negative dysphotopsia: comparison between clinical results, biometrical data and optical modelling

17.54

Discussion

18.00

End of session

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Room 3.4


SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 17.00 – 18.00 Instructional Courses IC62

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

IC72 Anterior segment involvement in autoimmune NEW diseases (A)

K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS, A. Vasavada INDIA

IC63 NEW

Improving refractive outcomes in corneal graft surgery (I)

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

R. Barraquer SPAIN, J. Alió SPAIN, J. Alvarez de Toledo SPAIN

IC64 NEW

Anterior segment OCT in corneal diseases and surgery, and cataract surgery (I)

A. Barbara ISRAEL, B. Malyugin RUSSIA, I. Bahar ISRAEL

IC65 NEW EBO

From bacterial keratitis to herpetic and Acanthamoeba infections: treatment protocol and management challenges (I)

Room 4.7

Room 4.1

SUNDAY

Room 3.1

Room 3.3

M. Tsatsos UK, I. Athanasiadis UK, P. Hossain UK, S. Jacob INDIA

IC66

Open sesame: dealing with the small pupil (I)

S. Bhattacharjee INDIA, A. Bhaumik INDIA, G. Luthra INDIA, S. Jacob INDIA

Room 3.2

IC67

Ocular surface masterclass: what’s new in management of ocular surface disease in glaucoma patients, herpes simplex and zoster, neurotrophic keratopathy and Stevens– Johnson syndrome for the cataract surgeon (I)

V. Saw UK, E. Messmer GERMANY, M. Labetoulle FRANCE, S. Bonini ITALY

Room 3.5

IC68

Wavefront optics for the non-mathematician (I)

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

IC69 NEW

Transitioning to FLACS (femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery): benefits and limits (B)

J. Febbraro FRANCE, B. Cochener FRANCE, B. Khan CANADA

IC70 NEW

Effective digital marketing and social media strategies that increase patient volume (I)

T. Evans USA

IC71

DSAEK or DMEK: how to choose the best procedure (A)

J. Beltz AUSTRALIA, M. Busin ITALY, S. Madi EGYPT, P. Santorum ITALY

Room 4.2

Room 4.3

Room 4.4

Room 4.5

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A. Iovieno ITALY, L. Fontana ITALY, P. Neri ITALY

Meeting Center Room III

Handouts available at www.escrs.org


ECCTR Course

Using the European Cornea and Cell Transplant Registry (ECCTR) for Clinical Improvement Leader: M. Lundström | Faculty: M. Dickman

Saturday 7 October | 16.45 – 17.45 Room 4.6 COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will inform about the importance of quality improvement work. The ECCTR system will be presented as a tool to improve quality in corneal transplant surgery. Legal aspects of an international registry including ownership of data and ethical aspects will be discussed. Detailed instructions of how to enter data into the system and take out reports will be given. COURSE OBJECTIVES: Inform about quality improvement work. Provide knowledge about the ECCTR system. Inform about legal aspects of an international disease registry. Provide knowledge about how to enter data into the system. Provide knowledge about how to take out data from the system. COURSE SCHEDULE: 16.45 The concept of quality improvement in health care 16.55 Quality registry – ECCTR 17.15 Legal aspects 17.20 Reporting data – input of data 17.35 Take out reports – output of data

ECCTR is co-funded by Co-funded by the Health Programme of the European Union


ESCRS

Practice Management

& Development

8–9 October 2017

Practice Management Masterclass Sunday 8 October 09.00 – 18.00

Masterclass in Ophthalmic Practice Management with John Pinto and Corinne Wohl The effective management of an ophthalmology practice is nearly as intellectually challenging – and interesting – as the practice of ophthalmology itself. This practical day-long course will be taught by two of America’s most active practice management advisors, with a combined 70 years of healthcare experience and hundreds of publications.

Practice Management & Development Programme Monday 9 October 08.00 – 18.00 Chairman: Paul Rosen UK Moderators: Kris Morrill FRANCE, Rod Solar

UK,

Ed Toland IRELAND, Paul McGinn IRELAND

Topics Include: 

Search engine optimisation and reviews to grow your practice

All digital practices

Presbyopia: how to increase your share of the market

Social media for ophthalmologists

Need-based marketing

Ambulatory surgeries: your next step?

Influencer marketing for progressive ophthalmologists

The top 10 most common human resources mistakes

For full programme see pages 35 & 58


MONDAY 9 October

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 08.00 – 18.00

ESCRS PRACTICE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Grow Your Practice, Manage Your Business Meeting Center Room II Chairperson:

P. Rosen UK

Moderators: K. Morrill FRANCE R. Solar UK

Moderators: P. McGinn IRELAND K. Morrill FRANCE

08.00

14.00

D. Evans USA Search engine optimisation and reviews to grow your practice

Moderators: K. Morrill FRANCE P. Rosen UK 09.00

C. Anderson UK, S. Jacob INDIA Social media for ophthalmologists

MONDAY

Moderators: K. Morrill FRANCE E. Toland IRELAND 10.00

A. Cummings IRELAND, S. Daya UK, E. Mertens BELGIUM, G. Sallet BELGIUM, J. Vryghem BELGIUM Ambulatory surgeries: your next step?

12.00

P. Rosen UK Presentation of 2017 Marketing Prize

Moderators: K. Morrill FRANCE P. Rosen UK 12.15

R. Chaudhary INDIA Need-based marketing

13.00 Break

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A. Hagege FRANCE All digital practices

Moderators: K. Morrill FRANCE E. Toland IRELAND 15.00

R. Solar UK Presbyopia: how to increase your share of the market

Moderators: R. Solar UK E. Toland IRELAND 16.00

M. Malley USA Influencer marketing for progressive ophthalmologists

Moderators: P. McGinn IRELAND E. Toland IRELAND 17.00

K. Morrill FRANCE The top 10 most common human resources mistakes

18.00

End of session


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Corneal Biomechanics Chairperson:

M. Busin ITALY

Moderators:

J. Fernández SPAIN P. Torres PORTUGAL

08.00

K. Liao, F. Chen, Q. Zeng CHINA Search for a novel animal model of keratoconus

08.06

G. Prakash, V. Jhanji, R. Philip, R. Bacero, D. Srivastava UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Creation and validation of a classifier model for keratoconus detection using inter-ocular asymmetry based parameters

08.12

M. Tiveron Jr, F. Cavas-Marti­nez, L. Bataille, D. Fernandez-Pacheco, J. Alió SPAIN Detection of subclinical keratoconus using a patientspecific geometric 3D modeling

08.18

Discussion

08.25

P. Khamar, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, N. Jeyabalan INDIA Novel intracellular pathways in keratoconus and their translational therapeutic potential

08.31

S. Mohan, M. Rajan, M. Rajarajan INDIA Prospective analysis of association of eye rubbing and MMP-9 positivity in patients with newly diagnosed keratoconus presenting for refractive surgery

09.39

S. Ouanezar, O. Sandali, N. Bouheraoua, C. Temstet, O. Levy, V. Borderie, L. Laroche FRANCE Contribution of the spectral domain OCT to the diagnosis of keratoconus progression

09.45

J. Fernández, M. Rodriguez-Vallejo, J. Martinez, A. Tauste, P. Salvestrini, D. Pinero SPAIN Evaluation of dynamic corneal densitometry and the new Corvis ST parameters after SMILE

09.51

B. Lopes, M. Salomao, R. Vinciguerra, P. Vinciguerra, R. Ambrosio, J. Mello Amaral BRAZIL Horizontal thickness profile and corneal deformation parameters of Corvis ST for detecting keratoconus

09.57

Discussion

10.04

T. Seiler, T. Koller, P. Shao, E. Amyra, T.G. Seiler, A. Yun SWITZERLAND In vivo Brillouin-spectroscopy for keratoconus and cross-linking effect

10.10

T.G. Seiler, P. Shao, E. Amira, T. Seiler, S. Yun SWITZERLAND In vivo Brillouin spectroscopy pre and post-LASIK

08.37

A. Zilfyan, A. Abovyan ARMENIA A new approach of keratoconus diagnostics using matrix metalloproteinase-9

10.16

P. Shao, A. Eltony, T.G. Seiler, T. Seiler, S. Yun USA Age-dependence of in vivo Brillouin spectroscopy measurements in normal cornea

08.43

H. Matalia, J. Matalia, M. Francis, P. Gogri, P. Panmand, R. Shetty, A. Sinha Roy INDIA New predictive model of corneal biomechanics for myopic paediatric population using corneal tomography

10.22

Discussion

10.30

End of session

08.49

Discussion

08.56

H. Ginis, P. Koutsogiannakopoulou, C. Katsoulos, M. Chantzou, P. Zafirakis, G. Rallatos GREECE Corneal stress factor as a predictor of keratoconus progression

09.02

P. Tewari, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, S. Sethu INDIA What drives progressive keratoconus: a study of inflammatory signatures

09.08

B. Spiru, S. Kling, F. Hafezi, W. Sekundo GERMANY Biomechanical analysis of different retreatment options after SMILE refractive surgery

09.14

J. Wang TAIWAN Changes of corneal biomechanical properties after cataract surgeries of different wound length

09.20

Discussion

09.33

M. Shajari, G. Steinwender, K. Herrmann, K. Kubiak, I. Pavlovic, I. Schmack, T. Kohnen GERMANY Defining parameters for evaluation of keratoconus progression

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Room 2.1


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Glaucoma

MONDAY

Room 4.1 Chairperson:

R. Bellucci ITALY

Moderators:

L. Costa PORTUGAL A. Figueiredo PORTUGAL

08.00

A. Usman, L. Marchenko, T. Kachan BELARUS Peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness vs macular thickness in early diagnosis of primary open-angle glaucoma using optical coherence tomography angiography

08.06

K. Habon, J. Angyal, G. Scharioth GERMANY In vivo biometric measurements of the Schlemm’s canal: How long is the Schlemm’s canal?

08.12

W. Astle, E. Sanders CANADA Ahmed valves as a primary surgical procedure for paediatric glaucoma

08.18

C. Cutolo, A. Bagnis, R. Scotto, C. Traverso ITALY Clinical and anatomical evaluation of CO2 laserassisted sclerectomy

08.24

P. Santorum, M. Simonazzi, E. Bertelli ITALY Medium-term outcomes of canaloplasty for glaucoma

08.30

R. Stegmann SOUTH AFRICA The anatomy of glaucoma

08.42

Discussion

08.54

A. Liekfeld, S. Nincke, C. Hermsdorf GERMANY Clear lens extraction as an prophylactic treatment option for narrow chamber angle with or without glaucoma

09.00

G. Venkataraman, M. Dhavalikar, P. Chandran INDIA Comparative study of phacotrabeculectomy (PhacoTrab) and manual small incision cataract and trabeculectomy (SICS-Trab) in primary glaucoma

09.06

J. van der Hoek, M. Blizzard UK Six month outcomes of solo XEN and combined phacoXEN in a district hospital setting in UK

09.12

S. Sarkisian Jr., G. Clasby USA Ocular hypotensive medication use in patients undergoing combined cataract surgery and supraciliary micro-stent implantation for open-angle glaucoma in the COMPASS trial

09.18

G. Moussa, P. Pandey, S. Begum, I. Masood UK The iStent trabecular micro-bypass stent reduces post cataract surgery IOP spikes in advanced glaucoma

09.24

A. Fea, M. Rekas, L. Au ITALY A two-year multicenter, retrospective 'real world' clinical setting study on the efficacy and safety of a trabecular scaffold (Hydrus) combined with phacoemulsification

09.30

H. Höh, R. Scott GERMANY Three-year results from the CyCLE study for supraciliary micro-stent implantation combined with cataract surgery for open-angle glaucoma

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09.36

T. Ianchulev, T. Landry USA Combined cataract surgery and supraciliary microstent implantation for open-angle glaucoma: BCVA outcomes from the COMPASS trial

09.42

Discussion

09.54

K. Schargel, J. Belda Sanchis, J. Ruiz Colecha, J. Campello SPAIN MIGS with 2 second generation trabecular bypass stents in eyes with primary open-angle glaucoma on 1 preoperative medication: outcomes through 2 years

10.00

J. Paz Moreno-Arrones, B. Castaao Martin, M. Martinez, M. Teus SPAIN Morphometrical analysis of blebs filtration trabeculectomies vs XEN implant evaluated by swept source OCT

10.06

L. Costa, J. Cardigos, S. Crisostomo, M. Sa Cardoso, I. Domingues, T. Gomes PORTUGAL Macroscopic analysis with AS-OCT of filtering bleb in XEN gel stent

10.12

K. Klabe, A. Fricke, C. Ullmann, G. Auffarth, D. Breyer, R. Fulga, H. Kaymak GERMANY Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery: practical experience with the XEN gel stent, the iStent and the CyPass

10.18

Discussion

10.30

End of session


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 08.00 – 10.00 Instructional Courses IC73

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

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

Room 3.1

IC74

Tips and tricks for challenging cataract surgery (A)

M. Nanavaty UK, B. Little UK, D. Spalton UK, R. Packard UK, L. Benjamin UK

Room 3.3

IC75

Non-penetrating glaucoma surgery, canaloplasty and MIGS for the cataract surgeon (I)

C. Mehta INDIA, G. Scharioth AUSTRIA, A. Mermoud SWITZERLAND, K. Mehta INDIA, J. Bovet SWITZERLAND, K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND

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

Presbyopia lens surgery (I) R. Salgado PORTUGAL, C. Verges SPAIN, A. Marinho PORTUGAL, V. Rodriguez SPAIN, J. Güell SPAIN, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

IC94

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

F. Badala ITALY, S. Hannush USA, H. Dua UK, A. Saad FRANCE, D. Tan SINGAPORE, M. Straiko USA

Room 4.3

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

Room 3.2

IC78

Endophthalmitis after cataract surgery (I)

P. Montan SWEDEN, S. Kaynak TURKEY, T. Chan SINGAPORE, L. Cordoves SPAIN, N. Shorstein USA

Room 3.5

IC79

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

R. Shetty INDIA, M. Belin USA, R. Ambrosio BRAZIL, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS, N. Pahuja INDIA, P. Kusumghar INDIA

Room 4.6

Room 4.7

This course is organised by the European Society of Retina Specialists

IC77

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, G. Auffarth GERMANY, N. Mamalis USA, V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA

Room 3.4

IC76

Strategies and techniques for IOL exchange (A)

MONDAY

IC82

Room 4.2

IC80 ReLEx SMILE: scientific summary and surgical tips and pearls (B)

D. Breyer GERMANY, B. Meyer GERMANY, W. Sekundo GERMANY, R. Wiltfang GERMANY

Meeting Center Room III

IC81

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

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

Room 4.5

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 08.30 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION LASIK: Flap Morphology and Ablation Profile

MONDAY

Room 3.6 Chairperson:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

Moderators:

S. Barisic SERBIA A. Doga RUSSIA

08.30

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

08.36

Z. Jihong, G. Yan CHINA Cox proportional hazards model of myopic regression for LASEK, LASIK flap creation with mechanical microkeratome and femtosecond laser in low and moderate myopia

08.42

M. Abd El-Radi, Z. Eldaly, M. Shehata, M. Nassr EGYPT Comparison of LASIK flap morphology and predictability by WaveLight FS200 femtosecond laser and Moria microkeratome using AS-OCT

08.48

J. Bai CHINA The efficacy of topography-guided LASIK in treating asymmetric corneal astigmatism

08.54

B. Einollahi, J. Rezaei, N. Einollahi, M. Sadoughi, M. Zare, D. Roshandel, M. Yaseri IRAN Femtosecond thin-flap LASIK for the correction of refractive errors after penetrating keratoplasty for keratoconus

09.00

M. Garcia-Gonzalez, C. Bouza-Miguenz, A. Parafita-Fernandez, G. Laucirika, R. Aranda-Benito, C. Villa, M. Teus SPAIN Comparison of visual and refractive results and flap morphology when using two different femtosecond laser platforms for the correction of myopia: IntraLase® vs Victus®

09.06

O. Kostin, S. Rebrikov, A. Ovchinnikov, A. Stepanov RUSSIA Optical coherence tomography thickness measurement of the corneal flap formed with multi-functional femtosecond lasers during FemtoLASIK operation

09.12

A. Leccisotti, S. Fields ITALY Interface inflammation after LASIK with low-energy femtosecond laser: a 20,000 eye study

09.18

Discussion

09.22

J. Vryghem BELGIUM LASIK in post-RLE and post-cataract patients

09.28

M. Teus, C. Bouza-Miguens, A. Parafita, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, C. Villa-Collar SPAIN Analysis of corneal flap morphology and visual outcomes after FS-LASIK surgery assisted by two different femtosecond laser platforms: LenSx® vs IntraLase®

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09.34

O. Ziiatdinova RUSSIA Topography-guided femtolaser-assisted LASIK for myopia and myopic astigmatism

09.40

M. Rosman, D. Chua SINGAPORE An 18 year prospective study of myopic LASIK outcomes for myopia in 49,263 eyes at a single institution

09.46

D. Abelski, I. Zabarouski, E. Toropilova BELARUS Propencity score matched results of aspheric and wavefront-guided femtoLASIK evaluation

09.52

P. Rodrigues, R. Silva, D. Cabral, H. Nogueira, C. Ornelas, C. Loureiro, D. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Does LASIK surgery influence macular sensitivity?

09.58

K. Sainani, R. Shetty, K. Nishtala, A. Ghosh, P. Kusumgar INDIA Understanding structural healing of cornea after SMILE and LASIK and their comparison

10.04

A. Doga, I. Mushkova, A. Karimova, E. Kechin, I. Shormaz RUSSIA Comparative analysis of myopic LASIK outcomes using different MHz femtosecond lasers

10.10

S. Frazão, P. Rodrigues, S. Cruz, A. Carvalho, J. Maia Soco, H. Nogueira PORTUGAL The influence of keratometry on visual and refractive outcomes after myopic laser in situ keratomileusis

10.16

Discussion

10.30

End of session


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 08.30 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Femtolaser-Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS) II Chairperson:

B. Malyugin RUSSIA

Moderators:

S. Chee SINGAPORE F. Hengerer GERMANY 09.50

S. Chee, Y. Yang SINGAPORE Management of white cataract using femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS)

W. Mayer, A. von Studnitz, M. Shajari, D. Sokrates, S. Priglinger, T. Kohnen, C. Wertheimer GERMANY Effect of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery on posterior capsule opacification in the human capsular bag in-vitro

09.56

H. Abouzeid SWITZERLAND A must know complication of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

F. Hengerer, G. Auffarth, I. Conrad-Hengerer GERMANY Femtosecond laser-assisted capsulotomy: a histological comparison of four different laser platforms

10.02

J. Szaflik, T. Galecki, M. Lazicka-Galecka, J. Szaflik POLAND Evaluation of efficacy and safety of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in patients with Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy

A. Siu, U. Pattamatta, M. Butlin, K. Meades, C. Bala, T. Chan AUSTRALIA Inter-eye comparison of FLACS capsulotomy and manual capsulorhexis edge strength

10.08

S. Yaguchi, H. Bissen-Miyajima, M. Hirasawa, Y. Ota, S. Oki, M. Tanaka, W. Funaki JAPAN Reduction of anterior capsule opening area during 6 months after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery with hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lens implantation

08.30

S. Fung, J. Brookes, M. Wilkins, G. Adams CANADA A mobile high-frequency low energy femtosecond laser for pediatric cataract surgery

08.36

08.42

08.48

08.54

K. Yamazaki, R. Kimoto, Y. Shibata, J. Yoneyama, M. Inagaki, T. Hayashi, T. Mimura JAPAN Efficacy of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery for atopic cataract

09.00

Discussion

10.14

09.10

R. Weinstock USA Astigmatism management during cataract surgery using arcuate incisions or toric IOLs with femtosecond laser system utilizing iris registration based cyclotorsion correction

A. Bonniard, D. Dejager, C. Kranemann CANADA Effective capsulorhexis size and postoperative changes with laser-assisted capsulotomy

10.20

Discussion

10.30

End of session

09.16

V. Wagh, H. Roberts, I. Mullens, D. O'Brart UK Randomised controlled trial comparing intrastromal femtosecond laser astigmatic keratotomies to limbal relaxing incisions for the management of corneal astigmatism at the time of cataract surgery: interim results

09.22

M. Jackson USA Femtosecond laser-assisted arcuate incisions for astigmatism correction during cataract surgery utilizing iris registration based cyclotorsion compensation

09.28

I. Rebrikov, A. Ulyanov, B. Laptev RUSSIA Comparison of corneal tunnel incisions created with femtosecond laser and manual keratome according to optical coherence tomography

09.34

E. Fornasari, L. Campi, M. De Maria, C. Peppoloni, G. Cavallini ITALY Evaluation of femtosecond laser clear corneal microincisions architecture compared with manual microincisions in bimanual cataract surgery

09.40

Discussion

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Room 4.4


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 08.30 – 10.20

FREE PAPER SESSION Phakic IOLs

MONDAY

Meeting Center Room I Chairperson:

S. Morselli ITALY

Moderator:

M. Dvali GEORGIA

08.30

S. Jonker, A. Ronden, T. Berendschot, I. Saelens, N. Bauer, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Five year results with the Artiflex toric phakic intraocular lens: long-term visual function, efficacy, safety and endothelial cell loss

08.36

J. Costa, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria-Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Flexible iris-fixated phakic lens in the treatment of moderate to high myopia: refractive, visual and safety results after 5 years

08.42

Discussion

08.48

A. Cassan, B. Cochener, E. Hachet, P. Levy, M. Assouline, P. Founie, L. Lesueur FRANCE Long-term stability and safety of implantable collamer lens implantation to correct high myopia: multi-center French study

08.54

D. Mathur, R. Dutta, N. Shroff INDIA Comparison of vault after implantation of two posterior chamber phakic intraocular lenses, with and without a central hole for moderate to high myopia using anterior segment OCT

09.00

D. Lee, S. Kim, H. Koo SOUTH KOREA Optimization of vision implantable collamer lens vault by intentional rotation

09.06

M. Bechmann, D. Kook, S. Mohi, L. Troeber, R. Wiltfang GERMANY Intraoperative visualization of the distance of a phakic IOL to the crystalline lens by optical coherence tomography

09.12

R. Sinha, S. S, R. Singh, T. Agarwal, N. Sharma, S. Khokhar, J. Titiyal INDIA Repeatability in white-to-white measurement and comparison with sulcus diameter for assessment of size of implantable collamer lens

09.18

F. Gonzalez-Lopez, B. Mompean, R. Bilbao-Calabuig, J. Vila SPAIN Dynamic assessment of light-induced vaulting changes of myopic implantable collamer lenses with a central port by swept-source anterior segment optical coherence tomography

09.24

Discussion

09.31

K. Vandekerckhove SWITZERLAND A new sizing tool for the implantable collamer lens (ICL) based on neural network modelling

09.37

T. Kohnen, G. Steinwender, K. Varna-Tigka, M. Shajari GERMANY Anterior subcapsular cataract caused by forceful irrigation in implantation of a posterior chamber phakic implantable collamer lens with a central hole

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09.43

J. Alvarez de Toledo, R. Barraquer Compte, C. Alvarez de Toledo, P. Sauvageot Beneria SPAIN Refractive and anatomic results of ICL collamer phakic lens to correct refractive errors after keratoplasty

09.49

X. Wang, X. Zhang, X. Zhou CHINA Could patients with iridociliary body cyst receive posterior phakic intraocular lens implantation for high myopia correction?

09.55

M. Dvali, B. Sirbiladze, N. Tsintsadze, N. Sharazadishvili GEORGIA Combined treatment and correction of keratoconus: CCL, ISCRS and ICL

10.01

M. Tomita JAPAN Managing presbyopia with presbyopia-correcting diffractive posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens: one year follow-up

10.07

E. Chansue, S. Srivannaboon, C. Chirapapaisan, V. Chuckpaiwong, P. Naripthaphan, P. Thammano, S. Swasdibutra THAILAND A comparative study of refractive outcomes in small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) vs phakic IOL for high myopia

10.13

Discussion

10.20

End of session


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION IOL Power Calculation/Paediatric Poster Village: Pod 1

09.30

S. Holfort DENMARK M. Severinsen DENMARK

J. Alió del Barrio, R. Diez, E. Espla, A. Plaza-Puche, M. Canto-Cerdan, J. Alió SPAIN Interchangeability analysis between Haigis-L formula and the ray-tracing internal software of a Scheimpflug camera combined with a Placido disc corneal topographer to calculate the intraocular lens power after LASIK surgery

09.35

A. Langenbucher, S. Schroeder, M. Schwemm, P. Reinelt, T. Eppig GERMANY IOLCon: international online-platform for the optimization of intraocular lens constants

09.40

M. Lee, Y. Lee MALAYSIA Comparing the Lenstar optical biometer and the Verion image-guided system for intraocular lens power calculation

09.45

A. Rozenberg, A. Einan-Lifshitz, L. Wang, D. Koch, D. Zadok, I. Avni, A. Abulafia ISRAEL Accuracy and feasibility of axial length measurements by a new optical low-coherence reflectometry-based device in eyes with posterior subcapsular cataracts

09.50

F. Pastor Pascual, R. Ruiz Mesa, A. Abengozar-Vela SPAIN Comparison of a new biometer using rotating Scheimpflug imaging combined with partial coherence interferometry versus optical lowcoherence reflectometry

09.55

S. Barros, S. Parreira, D. Lopes, I. Machado, M. Pereira, N. Campos PORTUGAL Hill-RBF method: does it fit all situations? A pilot study

10.00

B. LaHood, M. Goggin, K. Ullrich AUSTRALIA Toric IOL axis marking after anaesthesia: accuracy of a technique using landmark references

10.05

A. Mataftsi, M. Dermenoudi, A. Tzamalis, A. Matsou, E. Oustoglou, P. Brazitikos, I. Tsinopoulos GREECE Corneal changes after cataract surgery performed with two different techniques for achieving watertight incisions

10.10

F. Sammouh, T. Baban, E. Warrak LEBANON A case series of defective toric IOLs with no effects on visual outcomes

10.15

S. Nakano, T. Hiraoka, T. Oshika JAPAN Postsurgical results of regular and one-step higher toric intraocular lens model selection using preoperative AS-OCT data in eyes with ATR astigmatism

10.20

E. Assia, A. Levy, O. Reitblat, Y. Ton, A. Michaeli ISRAEL Toric IOLs for eyes with cataract and keratoconus

10.25

D. Piñero, M. Caballero, R. Soto-Negro, D. de Fez, V. Camps, M. Ramón SPAIN Differences in total corneal astigmatism in the healthy eye calculated using the keratometric and power vector methods, and a new approach for astigmatic analysis

10.30

A. Pajėda, M. Vieversyte, A. Varoniukaite, L. Vaicaite, D. Zaliuniene, L. Kuzmiene LITHUANIA Prevalence of corneal astigmatism before cataract surgery

10.35

S. Muthu, J. Matalia, P. Ghalla, P. Panmand INDIA Is there any role for endoilluminator in paediatric cataract surgery: a beginner’s perspective

10.40

A. Oral, A. Aydin Oral, N. Tutas Gunaydin, U. Kivrak, E. Goktas, A. Karatay Arsan TURKEY Epidemiology and long-term visual outcomes of traumatic paediatric cataracts

10.45

E. Oustoglou, I. Mamais, M. Dermenoudi, I. Tsinopoulos GREECE Evaluation of a clinical prediction model for cataract surgery outcome

10.50

R. Khoramnia, T. Tandogan, S. Liebing, C. Choi, G. Auffarth GERMANY Optical quality of three different trifocal intraocular lenses: a laboratory study using an optical bench

10.55 Discussion 11.00

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Facilitators:


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Cornea III Poster Village: Pod 2

MONDAY

Facilitators:

A. Amisano ITALY A. Panico ITALY

09.30

M. Sakhaee, H. Momeni-Moghaddam, M. Sedaghat, B. Lopes, R. Ambrosio IRAN Comparison of corneal shape and biomechanical parameters in normal and very asymmetric ectatic eyes with normal topography

09.35

M. Sedaghat, H. Momeni-Moghaddam, B. Lopes, R. Ambrosio IRAN Discriminative ability of corneal shape and biomechanical parameters for detecting keratoconus

09.40

R. Vinciguerra, R. Ambrosio, C. Roberts, C. Azzolini, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Biomechanical characterization of subclinical keratoconus without topographic or tomographic abnormalities

10.25

M. Srur, C. Carranza Neira, G. Garces Monsalve, S. Finianos Mansour, C. Gutierrez Gutierrez, R. Blanco Soler SPAIN Severe corneal hydrops with good response to treatment in a patient with Leber congenital amaurosis and keratoglobus

10.30

M. Hernandez Diaz, M. Garcia Domene, E. Fernandez Lopez, M. Roig Revert, M. Penades Fons, C. Peris Martinez SPAIN Corneal remodeling in patients with keratoconus under 18 years after intracorneal ring implantation

10.35

T. Monteiro, J. Alfonso, N. Franqueira, F. Faria Correia, J. Merayo-Lloves PORTUGAL Intracorneal ring segment implantation in paracentral keratoconus with coincident topographic and coma axis: a comparison between manual and femtosecond laser surgery

10.40

K. Hashemi, S. Stephan, M. Catanese, A. Petrovic, E. Gabison SWITZERLAND Safety and efficacy of compressive intrastromal sutures in the treatment of acute corneal hydrops

09.45

A. Vega-Estrada, P. Sanz Diez, J. Alió, A. Osman, A. Mustafa Kamal SPAIN Corneal features in Down's syndrome patients

09.50

A. Kachanov, S. Bauer, B. Zimin RUSSIA Postop PRK, LASIK and ReLEx® SMILE cornea biomechanical models

09.55

M. Ziaei, J. Meyer, A. Gokul, H. Vellara, B. Kim, C. McGhee NEW ZEALAND Topography of the corneal epithelium and Bowman’s layer in keratoconic eyes

10.45

C. Gunasekera, R. Allen, E. Hewson, A. Mukherjee UK Managing corneal epithelial defects using high molecular weight fluorescein to prevent staining and removal of bandage contact lenses

10.00

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

10.50

D. Bassey-Duke, P. Jaycock UK A retrospective audit of phototherapeutic keratectomy in the management of recurrent current erosions syndrome

10.05

H. Aghamollaei, K. Jadidi, A. Mosavi, S. Morovvati, F. Nejat IRAN Evaluating the association between VSXI mutation with keratoconus and the granular corneal dystrophy in an Iranian family

10.55

M. del Buey SPAIN Salzmann's nodular degeneration, morphological and refractive changes after surgical treatment

11.00

End of session

10.10

E. Akçay, B. Ayan, A. Carhan, B. Ocal, N. Yuksel, N. Cagil TURKEY Evaluation of eustrogene, androgen and progesterone receptor levels in corneal epithelium with keratoconus

10.15

P. Khamar, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, S. Sethu, P. Kusumgar INDIA Evaluating the association of serum and tear IgE levels in keratoconus patients with and without allergic eye disease

10.20

C. Peris-Martinez, E. Fernandez-Lopez, M. Roig-Revert, M. Garcia-Domene, A. Diez-Ajenjo SPAIN Evaluation of tear film osmolarity and other signs of dry eye in patients with keratoconus with and without intracorneal ring segment implantation

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Quality of Vision/Miscellaneous Poster Village: Pod 3 Facilitators:

S. Amir-Asgari AUSTRIA S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

C. Gómez Cabrera, T. Lupion, S. Lozano SPAIN Management of anterior pole dysgenesis: two case reports

10.35

D. Kim, M. Kim, M. Kim, W. Wee SOUTH KOREA Unexpected potential protective effect of ozone in association between outdoor air pollution and cataract

09.35

M. Kanai, S. Koh, D. Masuda, M. Koseki, K. Nishida JAPAN Clinical features and visual function in fish-eye disease

10.40

09.40

A. Medghalchi, Y. Alizadeh, E. Azaripour, R. Soltani Moghadam IRAN The study of effectiveness of overcorrecting minus lens in children less than 7 years old with intermittent exotropia

T. Ferreira, K. Hoffer, F. Ribeiro, P. Ribeiro, J. O'Neill PORTUGAL Ocular biometric measurements in cataract surgery candidates in Portugal

10.45

S. Parreira, S. Barros, D. Lopes, B. Beltran, N. Campos PORTUGAL Is topical anesthesia sufficient in cataract surgery? Possible factors that may influence the perceived pain during cataract surgery

10.50

A. Segi, K. Jha, K. Srikanth INDIA Study of meibomian gland dysfunction and hypercholesterolemia

10.55

A. Al-Awadi, J. Caines, B. Wan, E. Tam, R. Maini, S. Somani USA Effectiveness of a preservative-free eyedrop, Cyclosporine 0.05% emulsion, and Omega-3 supplement on dry eye

11.00

End of session

09.45

E. Shen TAIWAN Optic disc parameters of atropinized myopic children

09.50

T. Kisil, R. Sakiene, V. Barzdziukas LITHUANIA Quality of life of middle-aged patients with refractive errors

09.55

E. Mata Diaz, C. Monton Gimenez, C. De Pablo Martin, J. Gomez Pavon, M. Bermejo Mata SPAIN Coexistence of visual and cognitive impairment in elderly people in Spain

10.00

P. Klonowski, K. Szymona, A. Matysik-Wozniak, T. Choragiewicz, O. Gorbaniuk, D. Wrzesinska, R. Rejdak POLAND Cognitive and affective function, quality of life in cataract patients

10.05

R. Littlewood AUSTRALIA The ‘C Test’ for tritan threshold detection: design and normal values

10.10

N. Yanagimori, O. Naves, R. Hida, P. Froiman, A. Carvalho, G. Rinaldo, I. Teixeira BRAZIL Liquid OpticsTM interface of Catalys® as optical resource for low visual patients

10.15

C. Durmaz Engin, C. Utine, Z. Ayhan TURKEY Corneal asphericity changes after implantation of intrastromal corneal ring segments

10.20

U. Kamis, B. Ekinci Koktekir, S. Okudan TURKEY The relation of treated optical zone with high order aberration change in small incision lenticule extraction

10.25

R. Sinha, S. Kain, M. Chaniyara, T. Agarwal, N. Sharma, J. Titiyal INDIA Visual outcome and corneal and ocular surface changes with Rose K2 XL semi-scleral contact lenses in advanced keratoconus

10.30

M. Post, K. Krzystolik, W. Lubinski, J. Lubinski, M. Lener, M. Muszynska, M. Lener POLAND Serum selenium concentration is associated with the development of age-related cataract

MONDAY

09.30

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 10.30 – 12.30

11.00 – 13.00

Instructional Courses

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

IC83

Therapeutic corneal refractive surgery: achieving excellent outcomes in complications after LASIK or PRK (A)

D. Reinstein UK, G. Carp UK, T. Archer UK

Room 3.1

Chairpersons:

IC84

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

11.00

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

I. Brunette CANADA Tissue-engineered cornea

11.15

F. Kruse GERMANY Limbal cell transplantation

Room 3.3

IC85* 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, D. Koch USA, N. Bauer THE NETHERLANDS, N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS

Arena D. Epstein SWITZERLAND B. Malyugin RUSSIA

11.30 Discussion 11.40

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Keratoprosthesis

11.55

D. Granet USA Regeneration of the crystalline lens

Room 3.4

12.10 Discussion

IC86

Phakic IOL decision making: when and where to implant? When and how to explant? (I)

12.20

A.P. Salvetti UK Reconstruction of the outer retina

F. Vaz PORTUGAL, C. Lisa SPAIN, J. Güell SPAIN, J. Murta PORTUGAL, T. Monteiro PORTUGAL

12.35

V.P. Gabel GERMANY Artificial vision by retinal prosthesis

MONDAY

Building a New Eye

Room 4.7

IC87

Astigmatism management with toric IOL (B)

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

Room 3.2

IC88

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, S. Perera SINGAPORE

Room 3.5

IC89

All you wanted to know: microbial keratitis (I)

NEW

M. Fernandes INDIA, A. Borthakur INDIA, N. Gangopadhyay INDIA, J. Sengupta INDIA, S. Saha INDIA

Room 4.2

IC90 Avoiding complications and managing challenging cataracts with femtophaco (I)

S. Ti SINGAPORE, S. Chee SINGAPORE, R. Yeoh SINGAPORE

Room 4.3

IC91 NEW

EBO

New concepts and research on keratoconus (A) A. Barbara ISRAEL, C. Roberts USA, R. Ambrosio BRAZIL, M. Belin USA, D. Gatinel FRANCE, A. Marcovich ISRAEL

Room 4.6

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

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12.50 Discussion 13.00

End of session


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 12.30 – 13.00

14.00 – 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

Chairperson:

R. Walters UK

12.30

A. Deka INDIA Changing trends in community cataract surgery technique

12.36

P. Kuruvilla, A. Kuruvilla, S. Kuruvilla INDIA A safe and effective way of converting from phaco to a manual technique in the middle of surgery

12.42

K. AlArfaj, A. Alrushood, S. Masoad, M. AlJindan, R. Rushood SAUDI ARABIA Al-Basar International Foundation (BIF): a major role in the prevention of blindness

Arena Chairpersons:

K. Vannas FINLAND R. Packard UK

Case 1:

A. Agarwal INDIA Sub-cap bag-IOL complex with ECR

Case 2:

J. Alió SPAIN Toric precision

Case 3: A. Kilic TURKEY Periphtear Case 4:

E. Mertens BELGIUM When you think nothing can go wrong

Case 5:

J. Vryghem BELGIUM When cataract surgery goes wrong

12.48

Y. Zelenski, D. Eisenmann CANADA Haiti State University blindness prevention program: perspective of power relations in partnerships

12.54

D. Widyandana, S. Suhardjo, A. Supartoto, W. Gunawan, P. Ghazali, M. Muhit INDONESIA Early detection of childhood visual impairment and blindness using key informant method in Bantul District of Indonesia

Case 6:

D. Tognetto ITALY A quiet nightmare

Case 7:

R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Capturing the optic capture

End of session

Case 8:

M. Rau GERMANY Misbehaving iris

Case 9:

A. Agarwal INDIA (AMAR) Never ending case

13.00

MONDAY

Meeting Center Room III

Case 10: R. Osher USA Late vitreous

?

Send your questions to the chairpersons via the ‘ESCRS Lisbon 2017’ app

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 14.00 – 15.00

14.30 – 16.30

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

Instructional Courses

New and Interesting

IC92* Phaco techniques and complications (A)

Poster Village: Pod 1

Moderators:

IC93

R. Ambrosio, B. Lopes, J. Buhren, C. Roberts, A. Elsheikh, R. Vinciguerra, P. Vinciguerra BRAZIL Integration of Scheimpflug-based corneal tomography and biomechanical assessments for enhancing ectasia detection

Enhanced screening for ectasia susceptibility prior to laser vision correction: from corneal topography and pachymetry to 3D tomography and biomechanics (I)

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

G. De Benedetti, A. Vaiano, E. Coronado Quitllet SPAIN Comparison between oral azithromycin versus oral doxycycline in meibomian gland dysfunction: a 9 months randomised trial

IC95 NEW

Ocular surface disease and implication for surgical outcomes (I)

A. Cummings IRELAND, E. Holland USA, T. Kohnen GERMANY, O. Findl AUSTRIA, K. Gundersen NORWAY

14.00

14.08

14.16

MONDAY

14.24

14.32

14.40

14.48

J. Hjortdal DENMARK S. Srinivasan UK

P. Isik, N. Kocu, E. Erdem, F. Yarkin, M. Yagmur, R. Ersoz TURKEY A quantitative analysis of viral load in patients with adenovirus keratoconjunctivitis

M. Ang, K. Devarajan, J. Metha SINGAPORE Spectral domain and split-spectrum amplitude decorrelation optical coherence tomography angiography systems for corneal vascularisation

M. Stamenkovic, T. Djukic, V. Lukic, S. Babovic, I. Sencanic, V. Jaksic SERBIA Association of glutathione s-transferases m1 and t1 polymorphisms with glaucoma S. Escandon-Garcia, F. Ribeiro, J. Gonzalez-Meijome PORTUGAL Methodologies for assessment of visual performance in pseudophakic patients under low illumination conditions O. Balta, G. Sungur, M. Yakin, N. Unlu, O. Balta, F. Ornek TURKEY Pattern visual evoked potential changes in diabetic patients without retinopathy

14.56

Discussion

15.00

End of session

EBO

J. Bolger UK, S. Haldipurkar INDIA, D. Pusnik SLOVENIA

Room 3.1

Room 3.3

Room 4.7

IC96* Primary posterior capsulorhexis: indications and surgical techniques (A) M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, C. Billotte FRANCE, T. Neuhann GERMANY, R. Stegmann SOUTH AFRICA

Room 3.2

IC97

Modern diagnostic and therapeutic techniques for irregular cornea (I)

M. Shafik Shaheen EGYPT, J. Güell SPAIN, M. Belin USA, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND, T. Seiler SWITZERLAND, G. Baikoff FRANCE

Room 3.5

IC98

Optimising toric IOL outcomes (I)

E. Assia ISRAEL, W. Hill USA, D. Koch USA, G. Barrett AUSTRALIA, G. Kleinmann ISRAEL, A. Abulafia ISRAEL

Room 4.2

IC99 NEW

Mastering endothelial keratoplasty: DSEK/ DMEK/PDEK – a video-based course (I)

A. Agarwal INDIA, A. Agarwal INDIA, F. Price USA, A. Saad FRANCE, S. Jacob INDIA

Room 4.3

IC100 FLACS: the state of the art (I) EBO

A. Marinho PORTUGAL, B. Dick GERMANY, R. Bellucci ITALY, Z. Nagy HUNGARY, R. Krueger USA

Room 4.5

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

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 14.30 – 16.00

14.30 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION

FREE PAPER SESSION

SMILE, LASIK and Re-treatment

Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric, Multifocal, Accommodative

Chairperson:

S. Daya UK

Moderators:

T. Archer UK V. de Rojas SPAIN

14.30

T. Archer, D. Reinstein, G. Carp, M. Jukic UK Preliminary one month outcomes for SMILE between -9.00 and -14.00 D

14.36

14.42

14.48

Room 4.1 Chairperson:

G. Auffarth GERMANY

Moderator:

F. Carones ITALY

14.30

X. Zhou, T. Han, J. Zhao CHINA A three-year observation of corneal backscatter after small incision lenticule extraction

R. Sahler, J. Bille, S. Enright, S. Chhoeung, K. Chan, R. Alley, S. MacDonald USA Simultaneous refractive and toric lens creation inside a standard hydrophobic intraocular lens using a femtosecond laser

14.36

A. Doddaramegowda, S. Sundramoorthy INDIA A prospective study on contrast sensitivity before and after small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE)

R. Korkmaz, L. Bakker, L. Gertzen THE NETHERLANDS Evaluation of results after implantation of the Ophtec Precizon monofocal toric IOL

14.42

G. Verroiopoulos, V. Kit, S. Perera UK Off or on axis incision: does it really matter?

14.48

Discussion

14.53

M. Ullrich, B. Doeller, J. Hienert, K. Kefer, C. Pilwachs, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Rotational stability of a blue light-absorbing hydrophobic acrylic posterior chamber single-piece intraocular lens

14.59

F. Kretz, H. Kaymak, M. Muller, G. Auffarth, S. Abdassalam, M. Gerl, D. Breyer GERMANY Evaluation of a rotational-asymmetric multifocal intraocular lens with a standard toricity and a +1.5 D near addition

15.05

I. Grytsenko, S. Dmytriiev, Y. Lazar UKRAINE Advanced technology of toric IOL implantation using a complex of modern diagnostic and operating systems

15.11

Discussion

15.16

F. Le Guyader, T. Raffray, J. Bertholom, T. Louesdon, A. Massot, A. Pineau FRANCE Clinical and visual outcomes after secondary implantation of a sulcus ciliary additional IOL in pseudophakic eyes

15.22

M. Cassagne, M. Porterie, L. Gauthier, P. Fournie, F. Malecaze FRANCE Implantation of a sulcus multifocal intraocular lens: long-term outcomes

15.28

F. Carones, L. Vigo ITALY Evaluation of a new aberrometer in measuring high order aberrations in eyes implanted with presbyopiacorrecting IOLs

15.34

G. Auffarth, Q. Wang, H. Fang, P. Merz, S. Schickhardt GERMANY Evaluation of the optical purity of a new hydrophobic intraocular lens (IOL)

15.40

P. Beer USA Dual mode accommodating-disaccommodating IOL with zonular capture haptics

15.46

Discussion

16.00

End of session

J. Alió, A. Plaza-Puche, J. Alió del Barrio, M. Canto-Cerdan, P. Yebana SPAIN Ocular optical quality after small incision lenticule extraction surgery to correct myopia

14.54

A. Stuart, D. Reinstein, G. Carp, T. Archer UK Focal sterile lamellar keratitis after SMILE uncharacteristic of classical DLK

15.00

K. Pradhan, D. Reinstein, G. Carp, T. Archer, P. Dhungana, R. Khan NEPAL SMILE for hyperopia: visual and refractive outcomes at 3 months

15.06

Discussion

15.15

X. Qirui, Q. Xiao, X. Zhou, Y. Shen, J. Zhao, S. Shi, T. Wang CHINA Comparison of the subjective pain and clinical outcomes between small incision lenticule extraction and laser-assisted subepithelial keratomileusis for low myopia correction

15.21

E. El-Mayah, M. Hosny, M. Saalem, M. Anis EGYPT Corneal asphericity and higher order aberration changes after Q adjusted aspheric FS-LASIK and FS-SMILE

15.27

A. Shetty, K. Vunnava, T. Grover, R. Shetty, A. Sinha-Roy INDIA Comparison of outcomes of wavefront-guided LASIK and small incision lenticule extraction in myopia

15.33

G. Carp, D. Reinstein, T. Archer UK Outcomes of LASIK retreatments after SMILE

15.39

A. Kachanov, S. Nikulin, E. Togo RUSSIA Our experience of ReLEx® SMILE for high myopia correction: techniques and results

15.45

M. Dirisamer, J. Siedlecki, D. Kook, W. Sekundo, S. Priglinger GERMANY Visual recovery after surface ablation re-treatment for myopic SMILE

15.51

Discussion

16.00

End of session

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Room 2.1


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 14.30 – 15.50

FREE PAPER SESSION LASIK Outcomes and Refinements

MONDAY

Room 4.4 Chairperson:

M. Morral SPAIN

Moderators:

N. Alpins AUSTRALIA J. Costa PORTUGAL

14.30

N. Sharma, S. Khokhar, G. Bharanibabu, M. Mahabir INDIA Comparing visual outcome of laser in situ keratomileusis and implantable collamer lens in moderate myopia

15.37

M. Morral, D. Elies, R. Bedi, F. Manero, J. Güell SPAIN Changes in posterior corneal astigmatism (PCA) following LASIK for myopic astigmatism using multicolor LED topographer

14.36

J. Alió del Barrio, J. Alió, M. Tiveron Jr, A. Plaza-Puche SPAIN Laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis with optimized, fast-repetition and cyclotorsion control excimer laser to treat hyperopic astigmatism with high cylinder

15.43

Discussion

15.50

End of session

14.42

M. Ang, I. Pedersen, C. Roberts, A. Mahmoud, M. Farook, J. Mehta SINGAPORE Comparison of centration and functional optical zones between small incision lenticule extraction vs laser in-situ keratomileusis in a randomized trial

14.48

N. Chandak, P. Biswas, A. Paul INDIA Comparison of visual and refractive outcome of LASIK-Wavelight EX-500 excimer laser by a seasoned surgeon and a novice

14.54

A. Parafita-Fernández, V. Blazquez, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, J. Gros-Otero, A. Rodero, C. Bouza, M. Teus SPAIN Visual outcomes and flap thickness in myopic femtoLASIK: a comparison of three devices

15.00

A. Gharaibeh, A. Villanueva, D. Mas, J. Espinosa, J. Alió SPAIN Corneal stability following LASIK for hyperopic correction: objective analysis by a light propagation algorithm

15.06

E. Manche, W. Lee USA Comparison of wavefront-optimized and wavefrontguided LASIK using a high-resolution aberrometer

15.12

Discussion

15.19

N. Alpins, G. Stamatelatos, J. Ong AUSTRALIA LASIK outcomes comparing vector planning to manifest refraction for the treatment of myopic astigmatism

15.25

J. Costa, F. Neves, L. Figueiredo, C. Santos, T. Pacheco, C. Arede PORTUGAL Effect of ocular residual astigmatisms on the correction of low refractive astigmatism using Q-value-guided LASIK

15.31

D. Sung Yong Kang, D. Reinstein, T. Archer, G. Carp, S. Arba-Mosquera, H. Lee, T. Kim SOUTH KOREA Comparison of clinical outcomes and corneal aberrations between subjective centration and triple marking centration techniques for small incision lenticule extraction

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 14.30 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cataract Surgery Special Cases Chairperson:

T. Olsen DENMARK

Moderator:

D. Silva PORTUGAL

14.30

P. Nderitu, P. Ursell UK A new cataract surgery complexity score for trainee ophthalmic surgeons: stratification of intraoperative and postoperative complications with case complexity

14.36

R. Varsits, M. Weber, J. Hienert, B. Doeller, K. Kefer, O. Findl AUSTRIA Prediction of intraoperative floppy iris syndrome (IFIS) in patients with oral selective alpha 1A receptor antagonists

14.42

H. Khaqan, H. Kiyani, F. Jameel PAKISTAN Phacoemulsification in vitrectomized silicone oiled eyes

14.48

Discussion

14.54

O. Antonova, B. Malyugin, E. Malyutina RUSSIA Clinical outcomes of cataract surgery in patients with early Fuchs' corneal endothelial dystrophy

15.00

T. Queirós, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Combined triple procedure: phakic intraocular lens explantation, cataract surgery and intraocular lens implantation

15.06

P. Artal, A. Arias, J. Marin SPAIN What is the effect of removing a cataract in AMD patients?

15.12

C. Trindade, B. Trindade, F. Trindade, R. Osher, L. Werner, M. Santhiago BRAZIL Pinhole sulcus implant for the treatment of irregular corneal astigmatism: 2 year follow-up

15.18

Discussion

15.24

E. Jarade, K. Zaarour, M. Amro LEBANON Management of cataract in keratoconus: a case series

15.30

D. Silva, A. Lopes, C. Pedrosa, P. Pego, S. Pinto, C. Vendrell, I. Prieto PORTUGAL Managing dense cataracts in small eyes: a surgical challenge

15.36

J. Soundarapandian, S. Karuppasamy, N. Madhivanan INDIA Congenital coloboma and cataract: clinical evaluation and surgical outcomes

15.42

B. Wowra, D. Dobrowolski, E. Wróblewska –Czajka, E. Wylęgała POLAND Cataract surgery in anridia patients: influence on visual acuity in long-term observations

15.48

M. Lundström, U. Stenevi, P. Rosen, Y. Henry, S. Manning, M.J. Tassignon, M. Dickman SWEDEN Trends in the EUREQUO cataract database during a 10-year period

15.54

Discussion

16.00

End of session

MONDAY

Meeting Center Room I

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 15.00 – 16.00

15.00 – 16.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

Complications Management in Cataract Surgery

Posterior Segment

Poster Village: Pod 1

MONDAY

Facilitators:

M. Shajari GERMANY G. Steinwender AUSTRIA

15.00

M. Qureshi, A. Sarmad, Y. Ghosh UK The use of intracameral cefuroxime in penicillin allergic patient during cataract surgery: how safe is it?

15.05

A. Anbari, M. Al Dreihi, S. Hamada UK The effect of cyclosporine-A 0.05% emulsion on the ocular surface and corneal sensation in post-cataract surgery

Poster Village: Pod 3 Facilitators:

A. Golovin RUSSIA A. Urgacz-Lechowicz POLAND

15.00

K. Chinenova, V. Kurenkov, S. Abramov, Y. Evstigneeva, N. Kuznetsova, S. Kurenkova RUSSIA The advantage of using PRP technology in surgical treatment of large-sized macular ruptures via membrane peeling with endotamponade by air or silicone

15.05

B. Pina, O. Berens, A. Candeias PORTUGAL Eye involvement in congenital erythropoietic porphyria

15.10

N. Mamalis, J. Aliancy, J. Nguyen, J. Ludlow USA ASCRS/ESCRS survey on foldable IOLs requiring explantation or secondary intervention: 2016

15.10

C. Samaniego, M. Arroyo, P. Villa PHILIPPINES Incontinentia pigmenti with pseudo-retinopathy of prematurity in a Filipino female: a case study

15.15

C. Pisarek, N. Mandal, V. Saw UK Wound leak following phacoemulsification surgery

15.15

15.20

G. Balanikas GREECE ‘A treatise on the extraction of the cataract': the work of August Gottlieb Richter

D. Wróbel-Dudzińska, E. Kosior-Jarecka, J. Jurkowska-Dudzinska, D. Pozarowska, T. Zarnowski POLAND Efficacy of XEN gel stent implantation in patients with glaucoma

15.25

E. Gurmizov, K. Pershin RUSSIA Retention fibers in UGH syndrome treatment

15.20

15.30

Z. Kiss, G. Sandor, Z. Bocskai, Z. Nagy HUNGARY A new laboratory test method to investigate the biomechanical behaviour of the anterior lens capsule

R. Diab, M. Abdalla Salim SUDAN Outcome of combined topical treatment of cystoid macular edema using corticosteroids and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory eye drops, optical coherence tomography based study, Alsaim Eye Hospital, Sudan, Nov 2013 – Mar 2016

15.35

B. Sędziak-Marci, S. Teper, E. Wylegala POLAND Iris-claw intraocular lens implantation: a retrospective analysis

15.25

A. Ghanem JORDAN Familial retinoblastoma: raised awareness improves early diagnosis and outcome

15.40

L. Aguilera, J. Ramos Navarro, Y. Fernandez, C. Perez Casaseca, J. Garrido Linares, L. Gonzalez Garcia SPAIN Descemet’s membrane detachment as a complication after phacoemulsification treated with descemetopexy

15.30

M. Patel, S. Ganatra, S. Aggarwal INDIA Vitrectomy for the removal of intraocular foreign bodies: visual outcomes and prognostic factors

15.35

J. Sanchez Cañizal, A. Mateos Hernandez, F. Costales Mier, I. Garzo Garcia, C. Plaza Laguardia, M. Cuesta Lasso, P. Iberez Ayuso SPAIN Life through perfluorocarbon liquid bubbles

15.40

E. Seven, S. Yildiz, M. Batur, S. Tekin, M. Alay, R. Ucler, T. Yasar TURKEY Changes in ocular parameters before and after treatment in diabetic patients with insulin therapy

15.45

M. Supapo, J. Bautista, A. Manzano PHILIPPINES 'I spy with my little eyes' masquerade syndrome: an atypical presentation in a two month old female

15.50

A. Yavorskiy, P. Koluschinskaya, A. Vykhodtsev, A. Atamanenko RUSSIA Case of retinal detachment in patient with ocular toxocariasis

15.55

M. Malgapu, J. Lopez, A. Manzano PHILIPPINES Unilateral Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease in a Filipino patient

16.00

End of session

15.45

Y. Çetinkaya TURKEY The influence of size and shape of Nd:YAG capsulotomy on visual acuity and refraction

15.50

B. Lim, C. Lim, D. Lim SINGAPORE Prophylactic non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents for the prevention of macular oedema after cataract surgery

15.55

S. Kim, Y. Han, J. Choi SOUTH KOREA Corneal endothelial cell loss after cataract surgery: long-term (≥ 10 years) results of prospective study

16.00

End of session

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 15.00 – 16.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Intraocular Refractive Results Poster Village: Pod 2 Facilitators:

N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS L. Wielders THE NETHERLANDS

M. Sarandeses Diez, R. Tourino Penalba, D. Lamas Frencis, L. Martinez Perez, M. Rodriguez Ares SPAIN Prepupillary and retropupillary implantation of Artisan® aphakia iris-claw lens: long-term outcomes

15.50

A. Ivashina, N. Korshunova, M. Gulyaev, V. Malyshev RUSSIA Refractive lens exchange with Oculentis multifocal intraocular lens implantation for moderate and high hyperopia

15.05

M. Tiveron Jr, J. Alió del Barrio, A. Plaza-Puche, N. Kara-Junior, J. Alió SPAIN Outcomes of toric iris-claw phakic intraocular lens implantation after deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty for keratoconus

15.55

A. Elshahed, T. Aboul Nasr, A. Shaarawy, W. Orouk EGYPT Combined corneal intrastromal implantation surgery with pocket cross-linking technique for keratoconus

16.00

End of session

15.10

J. Villamil, A. Tello, V. Galvis, J. Merayo-Lloves, P. Camacho, M. Acuna COLOMBIA Endothelial cell loss after iris-claw phakic intraocular lens (Artisan) implantation: 4 to 13,5 years of follow-up time

15.15

I. Carneiro, P. Batista, V. Lages, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Pinto PORTUGAL Artiflex foldable phakic intraocular lens for the correction of moderate to high myopia: ten year follow-up results

15.20

T. Fernandes, T. Monteiro, F. Faria Correia, N. Franqueira, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Phakic intraocular lens implantation after intracorneal ring segment: combined treatment for keratoconus

15.25

P. Gil, M. Guerra, A. Silva, S. Marques, J. Povoa, C. Lobo, J. Murta PORTUGAL Long-term 5-year safety and refractive outcomes of phakic intraocular lens implantation in patients with anterior chamber depth between 2.8 – 3.0 mm and superior to 3.0 mm

15.30

Y. Huang CHINA Implantable collamer lens V4c with paired opposite clear corneal incisions for correction of compound myopic astigmatism

15.35

O. Jungwoo, K. Nohoon SOUTH KOREA Efficacy and rotational stability of EVO Visian toric implantable collamer lens (TICL) for myopic astigmatism correction

15.40

P. Bulir CZECH REPUBLIC Refractive surgery of keratoconus = toric IOL in the bag + toric IOL in the sulcus

15.45

J. Javaloy, E. Rivera, R. Montalban, A. De Casas, J. Beltran SPAIN Diffractive trifocal pseudophakic intraocular lenses in high myopic eyes

MONDAY

15.00

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 16.00 – 18.00

LUSO-HISPÂNICO-BRASILEIRO SYMPOSIUM Tratamento da Presbiopia/The Treatment of Presbyopia Room 3.6 As apresentações serão em Português e Espanhol, com tradução simultânea para Inglês Presentations will be in Portuguese and Spanish with simultaneous translation into English Moderadores/Chairpersons:

R. Lorente SPAIN (SECOIR) F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL (CIRP) G. Victor BRAZIL (BRASCRS)

16.00 Introdução Introduction

Estratégias para a correção da presbiopia Strategies for presbyopia correction

MONDAY

Painel/Panellists:

J. Murta PORTUGAL (ESCRS) C. Palomino SPAIN (SECOIR) M. Trigo PORTUGAL (CIRP) F. Trindade BRAZIL (BRASCRS)

16.05

V. de Rojas SPAIN ¿Tratamiento farmacológico, és posible?

Pharmacological treatment, is it possible?

16.12

S. Garcia-Delpech SPAIN ¿Lentes de contacto para presbicia, funcionan? Concepto de EDOF en lentes de contacto

Contact lenses: do they work? New extended-depthof-focus (EDOF) contact lenses

16.19

V. Antunes BRAZIL Lentes fáquicas para a presbiopia

Presbyopic phakic IOLs

16.26

R. Salgado PORTUGAL Critérios para cirurgia de cristalino claro

Clear lens surgery criteria

16.33

F. Silva PORTUGAL MIOLS pós cirurgia queratorefractiva

MIOLs after keratorefractive surgery

16.40

Discussão com o painel

Discussion with panel

76

Tratamento cirúrgico da presbiopia: soluções no plano cornea ou cristalino? Surgical presbyopia correction: solutions at the corneal plane or lenticular plane? Painel/Panellists: 16.55

J. Güell SPAIN (ESCRS) J. Mendicute SPAIN (SECOIR) W. Nose BRAZIL (BRASCRS) F. Vaz PORTUGAL (CIRP)

F. Llovet SPAIN Micromonovisión

Micromonovision 17.02

S. Kwitko BRAZIL Mix and match com multifocais

Mix and match multifocal IOLs

17.09

W. Takashi Hida BRAZIL MIOLs: trifocal, EDOF, MultiEDOF, anéis assimétricos... como escolher?

MIOLs: trifocal, EDOF, MultiEDOF, asymmetric rings… what to choose?

17.16

F. Alonso Aliste SPAIN ¿Tratamiento laser para presbicia, si ó no?

Corneal laser presbyopia treatment: yes or no?

17.23

A. Marinho PORTUGAL Inlays da córnea: sim ou não?

Corneal inlays: yes or no?

17.30

T. Ferreira PORTUGAL Lentes tóricas: como resolver medidas contraditórias e calculadores

Toric IOLs: managing conflicting corneal measurements and calculators

17.37

R. Ghanem BRAZIL Eficácia da cirurgia incisional

Efficacy of incisional surgery

17.44

Discussão com o painel

Discussion with panel

18.00

Fim da sessão

End of session


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER

CSCRS C C Combined SymposiUM of Cataract and Refractive Societies

COMBINED SYMPOSIUM OF CATARACT & REFRACTIVE SOCIETIES ESCRS - European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons APACRS - Asia-Pacific Association of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons ASCRS - American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery LASCRS - Latin American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons

16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Pseudophakic IOLs: Monofocal Room 2.1 Chairperson:

R. Packard UK

Moderators:

R. Ang PHILIPPINES N. Mamalis USA

16.30

B. Qureshi, S. Robbie UK Visual and safety outcomes in 300 subjects with agerelated macular degeneration undergoing cataract or clear lens extraction and iolAMD Eyemax extended macular vision intraocular lens implantation

16.36

Discussion

16.39

M. Forlini, P. Date, V. Tagliavini, L. Di Stefano, R. Frisina, E. Pedrotti, S. Gandolfi ITALY Anterior chamber iris-claw IOLs vs posterior chamber iris-claw IOLs: long-term results and complications

16.45

N. Madhivanan, P. Nivean, S. Sengupta, M. Sindal, J. Soundarapandian, A. Sheik, M. Arunkumar INDIA Comparative analysis of retropupillary iris claw vs scleral fixated intraocular lens in the management of post cataract aphakia

16.35 Discussion

16.51

Discussion

16.45

T. Kim USA (ASCRS) Dense brunescent cataract

16.54

16.55

A. Crandall USA (ASCRS) Pseudo lens exfoliation

H. Filipe, L. Werner, N. Mamalis, P. Alves, P. Coimbra, M. Gil, J. Guiomar PORTUGAL Moxifloxacin-loaded acrylic intraocular lenses: in vivo performance

17.00

N. Mamalis, L. Werner, J. Nguyen, J. Ludlow, S. Enright, R. Alley, R. Sahler USA Evaluation of the biocompatibility of intraocular lens power adjustment using a femtosecond laser

17.06

T. Neuhann, J. Schrecker GERMANY Customized patient care: first clinical outcomes with a novel monofocal intraocular lens for individual spherical aberration correction

17.12

Discussion

17.17

J. Wolffsohn, G. Bhogal-Bhamra, S. Kolli UK Dysphotopsia profile of the Rayner 600s intraocular lens over the 6 months post implantation

17.23

P. Cecchini, A. Zanei, R. D'Aloisio, G. Turco, D. Tognetto ITALY Opening tension of the haptics of different types of intraocular lenses

17.29

R. Ang, H. Uy, D. Corbett, M. Kahook PHILIPPINES Clinical performance of a novel modular intraocular lens system

17.35

G. Bhogal-Bhamra, S. Kolli, J. Wolffsohn UK Rotational and centration stability of the Rayner 600s intraocular lens over the 6 months post implantation

17.41

N. Finer, B. Paul, G. Sayer UK Telephone interpreting in the eye theatre

17.47

Discussion

18.00

End of session

Complicated Cataract Surgery: Doing It My Way Arena Chairperson:

D. Spalton UK (ESCRS)

Moderators:

G. Barrett AUSTRALIA (APACRS) M. Cosentino ARGENTINA (LASCRS) E. Holland USA (ASCRS)

16.15

K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS (ESCRS) White mature cataract

16.25

J. Güell SPAIN (ESCRS) Cataract and pterygium

17.05 Discussion 17.15

S. Yamane JAPAN (APACRS) Intrascleral haptic fixation

17.25

D. Badoza ARGENTINA (LASCRS) Cataract surgery in eyes with over 30mm of axial length

17.35 Discussion 17.45

C. Carriazo COLUMBIA (LASCRS) Cataract surgery in patients with keratoconus

17.55

S.P. Chee SINGAPORE (APACRS) Cataract with repair of iris defect

18.05 Discussion 18.15

End of session

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16.15 – 18.15


MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cataract Surgery Paediatric/ Complications/Management

MONDAY

Room 4.1 Chairperson:

I. Prieto PORTUGAL

Moderators:

V. Figueiredo Silva BRAZIL V. Vasavada INDIA

16.30

J. Matalia, S. Shanbagh, V. Rajput, A. Ghosh, B. Shetty INDIA Paediatric cataract: is there any role for studying the gene expression?

17.45

K. Hayashi, M. Yoshida, S. Manabe, K. Yoshimura JAPAN Prophylactic effect of oral acetazolamide against intraocular pressure elevation after cataract surgery in eyes with glaucoma

16.36

V. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, S. Vasavada, R. Trivedi INDIA Long-term postoperative outcomes of IOL implantation in-the-bag vs optic capture in children up to 4 years of age: randomized, clinical trial

17.51

16.42

S. Yangzes, J. Ram, P. Gupta, M. Sharma INDIA Outcomes of unilateral cataract surgery in children younger than 5 years

J. ProvidĂŞncia, M. Marques, J. Cardoso, P. Faria, J. Silva, J. Moura Pereira, J. Murta PORTUGAL Glaucoma and cataract combined surgery: preliminary results of CO2 laser-assisted sclerectomy vs trabeculectomy

17.57

Discussion

16.48

Discussion

18.00

End of session

17.00

E. Demirkilinc Biler, I. Karaca, O. Uretmen TURKEY Evaluation of factors impacting the long-term myopic shift in paediatric developmental cataract surgery with primary intraocular lens implantation

17.06

V. Figueiredo Silva, P. De Paula Yoneda, A. Lottelli Rodrigues BRAZIL Surgical management of intraocular lens implantation following removal of Soemmering ring contents

17.12

S. Lee, B. Lee, J. Kim, Y. Yu SOUTH KOREA Factors affecting predictability of postoperative refraction after intraocular lens implantation in congenital cataract

17.18

Discussion

17.23

C. Veldhuizen, L. Wielders, J. Schouten, F. van den Biggelaar, B. Winkens, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Perioperative risk factors for the development of cystoid macular edema after cataract surgery: a report from the ESCRS PREMED Study

17.29

R. Simons, L. Wielders, J. Schouten, F. van den Biggelaar, B. Winkens, C. Veldhuizen, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Economic evaluation of pharmaceutical strategies to prevent cystoid macular edema after cataract surgery in nondiabetic and diabetic patients

17.35

E. Kocak, A. Hall, D. van der Straaten AUSTRALIA Subconjunctival dexamethasone for the prevention of cystoid macular oedema in routine cataract surgery: a randomised and controlled trial

17.41

Discussion

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cataract Surgery Equipment/ Instrumentation/Surgical Devices Room 4.4 S. Srinivasan UK

Moderators:

F. Pastor Pascual SPAIN P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

16.30

16.36

K. Stjepanek, N. Hirnschall, S. Amir-Asgari, O. Findl AUSTRIA Impact of swirling lens fragments during phacoemulsification F. Blasetti, F. Spedale ITALY Role of ultrasound energy in endothelial cell loss after phacoemulsification

16.42

S. MacDonald, E. Calvo, I. Ahmed USA Adjunct micro-interventional endocapsular lens fragmentation can significantly reduce phaco energy and fluidics: results of the Leep 103 RCT

16.48

Discussion

16.53

F. Pastor Pascual, R. Ruiz-Mesa, A. Abengozar-Vela SPAIN Comparison of cumulative dissipated energy between femtosecond laser-assisted and traditional phacoemulsification cataract surgery

16.59

T. Dewan, P. Malik, R. Kumari INDIA Redefining the optimal frequency for more efficient phacoemulsification: a randomised controlled trial comparing different ultrasound frequencies for phacoemulsification

17.05

P. Malik, T. Dewan, E. Sain INDIA Effect of IOP based infusion system with and without balanced phaco tip on cumulative dissipated energy and estimated fluid usage in comparison to gravity fed infusion in torsional phacoemulsification

17.11

Discussion

17.15

S. Georgiev, S. Palkovits, M. Ullrich, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Effect of cataract extraction on retinal sensitivity measurements using microperimetry (Micro Perimeter 3)

17.21

U. Vossmerbaeumer GERMANY A novel technique for sutureless fixation of an iris prosthesis

17.27

M. Balyan, C. Malhotra,, J. Ram, D. Dhingra, V. Singh, A. Jain INDIA A novel technique to attain continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis to prevent Argentinian flag sign in cases of white cataract

17.33

Discussion

17.37

P. Stodulka, R. Packard CZECH REPUBLIC Clinical results using a thermal laser (CAPSULaser) to assess its efficacy and safety for the creation of anterior capsulotomies in cataract surgery when compared with manual capsulorhexis

17.43

T. Akahoshi JAPAN New loading forceps for multifocal IOL

17.49

T. Galecki, J. Szaflik, M. Lazicka-Galecka, J. Szaflik POLAND New potentiality in intraoperative OCT: clinical experience with Leica EnFocus 1 system

17.55

Discussion

18.00

End of session

MONDAY

Chairperson:

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MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 16.30 – 18.00

17.00 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION

Instructional Courses

Corneal, Scleral and Pharmaceutical Treatment of Presbyopia

IC25

Meibomian gland dysfunction and chronic blepharitis (I)

Meeting Center Room I

J. McCulley USA, S. Awwad LEBANON

Chairperson:

D. Gatinel FRANCE

Moderator:

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS

MONDAY

16.30

F. Alonso Aliste, J. Amian Cordero, J. Sanchez Gonzalez, I. Castellanos Gomez, L. Socas Priego, N. Lopez Martos, M. Hernandez-Barahona Palma SPAIN Outcomes of intrastromal femtosecond laser presbyopia correction (corneal multifocality): 12 month follow-up

16.36

M. Rau, F. Hehn GERMANY PresbyLASIK-Isovision bilateral treatment

16.42

C. Falcon FRANCE Laser blended vision for presbyopia: six years of experience

16.48

K. Kudlu, C. Ganapathi, S. Shetty, V. Jain, S. Ganekal INDIA Laser blended vision: LASIK for presbyopia and clinical experience in 250 patients

16.54

17.00

N. Wiercx van Rhijn, I. van der Meulen, C. Nieuwendaal, M. Mourits, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Tertiary referrals in refractive surgery: 10 years of Dutch experience S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA SMILE monovision as a treatment modality for myopes with presbyopia: 6 months clinical outcomes

17.06

Discussion

17.14

F. Bucci USA Scleral implants for the treatment of presbyopia demonstrate improved near visual acuity

17.20

17.26

S. Rowen, A. Hipsley, D. Ma, C. Sun USA Functional visual outcomes 2 years after laser anterior ciliary excision B. Soloway USA Distance refractive stability after presbyopia correction with scleral micro-insert surgery

17.32

Discussion

17.40

J. Till, M. Lai USA A phase I/II clinical study evaluating the safety and preliminary efficacy of a bilateral topical lipoic acid choline ester eye drop treatment to reverse presbyopia

17.46

17.52 18.00

L. Vejarano, J. Alió COLOMBIA Pharmacological control of presbyopia: results of a pilot investigation Discussion End of session

Meeting Center Room III

IC102 Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: how to standardise and master this procedure (A)

M. Busin ITALY, C. Bovone ITALY, S. Madi EGYPT, V. Scorcia ITALY

Room 3.1

IC103 Cataract surgery in complicated cornea cases (A)

M. Balidis GREECE, B. Allan UK, V. Maurino UK

Room 3.3

IC104 Different excimer laser ablation profiles: why and how you should choose and perform (I) NEW EBO

M. Arvanitis GREECE, D. Lioumi GREECE, R. Tsopouridou GREECE, V. Liarakos GREECE

Room 3.4

IC105 Hit the target: basic concepts and guidance for proper IOL selection (B) NEW

S. Palkovits AUSTRIA, N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA, N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS, V. Diakonis GREECE

Room 4.7

IC106 Advanced intracorneal segment implantation (I)

R. Barraquer SPAIN, J. Alfonso SPAIN, J. Alvarez de Toledo SPAIN

Room 3.2

IC107 Acanthamoeba keratitis: a case-based NEW approach (A)

A. Iovieno ITALY, E. Tu USA, D. De Freitas BRAZIL

Room 3.5

IC108 Updates on dry eye diagnosis and management with expert case discussions (I) NEW

S. Barabino ITALY, M. Rolando ITALY, E. Messmer GERMANY

Room 4.2

IC109 What's new in paediatric cataract surgery? (A) NEW

S. Chandramouli INDIA, K. Narendran INDIA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, B. Dick GERMANY

Room 4.3

IC110 Anesthesia for the anterior segment surgeon (B)

R. Bellucci ITALY, B. Cochener FRANCE, D. Spalton UK, A. Toso ITALY

Room 4.5

IC111 Internet marketing in the digital age: how to achieve practice success (I) NEW

D. Evans USA

Room 4.6

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

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TUESDAY 10 October

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Cornea: Medical

TUESDAY

Room 3.6 Chairperson:

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND

Moderator:

M. Fernanda Astete CHILE

08.00

J. Murli Manoher, V. Bagaria INDIA Prevalence of HIV in corneal ulcer patients in desert area in North West Rajasthan at a tertiary centre: a prospective study

09.30

A. Garg, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, R. Shroff INDIA Comparison of a point of care diagnostic test with a laboratory-based quantitative test for detection of MMP-9 in dry eye disease

08.06

J. Hoffman, E. Casswell, A. Short UK Severe ocular chemical injury at a London ophthalmic referral hospital: a three-year retrospective observational study

09.36

08.12

D. Ortiz-Vaquerizas, J. Puig Galy, A. Andrade, S. Martin Nalda, L. Bisbe SPAIN Subconjunctival and topical plasminogen drops as definitive and safe treatment in recurrent ligneous conjunctivitis: reducing the concern of taking these patients to the surgery room

E. Holland, C. Baudouin, E. Donnenfeld, K. Nichols, P. Karpecki, M. Hamdani, M. Roy, A. Shojaei Shire USA Lifitegrast 5.0% for the treatment of dry eye disease: responder analysis for reductions in eye dryness score in two phase 3 randomized controlled trials

09.42

Discussion

09.48

L. Espandar, L. To, F. Bonilla Escobar, V. Jhanji USA Topical platelet rich plasma eye drops (e-PRP) in the treatment of severe ocular surface diseases

08.18

Discussion

09.54

08.24

T. Agarwal, U. Sridhar, P. Jain INDIA Anterior segment optical coherence tomography (ASOCT) as a differentiating tool between herpetic stromal keratitis and endothelitis

E. Mai, D. Chang TAIWAN Hyperalgesia and allodynia eye pain in dry eye disease and sicca syndrome associated with presbyopia and VDT overuse

10.00

I. Özer Stillman, J. Bradley, I. Pivneva, K. Dea, A. Guerin, A. Evans, R. Dana USA Dry eye disease ranking among common reasons for seeking eye care in a USA claims database

10.06

E. Sarnicola, N. Auteri, B. Genereux, L. Sepsakos, A. Cheung, E. Holland ITALY Limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD): demographics and clinical features of a large case series

10.12

M. Ulusoy, S. Isik-Ulusoy, S. Kıvanc TURKEY Evaluation of dry eye disease in newly diagnosed anxiety and depression patients using anterior segment optical coherence tomography

10.18

Discussion

10.30

End of session

08.30

T. Torrent, F. March de Ribot, J. Tarrus Bozal SPAIN Antivascular endothelial growth factor in the approach to infectious keratitis

08.36

K. Belkhadir, Z. Bettich, I. Sabrane, M. El Ikhloufi, A. Amazouzi, R. Daoudi, O. Cherkaoui MOROCCO Impact of corticosteroids in fungal keratitis

08.42

M. Astete, C. Nazar, F. Vega, L. Fuenzalida CHILE Microbiological profile of infectious keratitis in a reference centre

08.48

Discussion

08.54

R. Rajagopal, K. Popat, G. Iyer, B. Srinivasan INDIA Mitomycin C (MMC) and Interferon α2B (IFNα2B) in the management of ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN): when does it help?

09.00

Y. Singhal INDIA To report the outcome of treatment of non invasive ocular surface squamous neoplasia with topical mitomycin C as primary therapy

09.06

F. Arnalich, C. Auladell, A. Couceiro SPAIN Within-session and between-session repeatability of corneal thickness in patients with endothelial disease

09.12

S. Kimyon, A. Mete, K. Gungor TURKEY Comparison of corneal endothelium in uncontrolled diabetes mellitus and normal population

09.18

Discussion

09.24

A. Ma, S. Mak, A. Ng, K. Shih HONG KONG Prevalence and risk factors for dry eye disease in Chinese type II diabetes

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Endophthalmitis/Ocular Infections/ Miscellaneous Chairperson:

J. Vryghem BELGIUM

Moderators:

S. Arshinoff CANADA M. Trigo PORTUGAL 09.14

A. Basker, N. Madhivanan, M. Ariga, M. Palani, P. Nivean, M. Rajan INDIA Study of the macular ganglion cell complex thickness in type 2 diabetes

09.20

M. Nowak, J. Smigielski, P. Jurowski POLAND The prevalence of age-related eye diseases and cataract surgery among older adults in the city of Lodz, Poland

09.26

Discussion

09.33

A. Bereczki HUNGARY Our experiences with the Scharioth macula lens (SML), a new hope for patients with dry macular degeneration

S. Arshinoff CANADA Models of intracameral (IC) antibiotic concentration decay in the anterior chamber (AC)

09.39

L. Spekreijse, C. Pedrosa, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Customized artificial iris implantation as an approach for pupil reconstruction in patients with aniridia

08.24

Discussion

09.45

08.31

A. Pimenta, A. Vieira, S. Oliveira, J. Mata, H. Filipe, B. Saramago, A. Serro PORTUGAL Moxifloxacin-loaded acrylic intraocular lenses: in vitro performance

Z. Jin, Z. Peng CHINA Comparison of clinical outcomes following V4c-ICL implantation and SMILE for low to moderate myopia

09.51

Discussion

09.58

S. Balal, J. Than, S. Tekriwal, A. Lobo UK Dexamethasone intravitreal implant therapy for retinal vein occlusion macular edema and conversion to Lucentis in clinical practice

10.04

R. Lapid-Gortzak, Y. Wu, I. van der Meulen, C. Nieuwendaal, M. Mourits, J. van der Linden THE NETHERLANDS Ophthalmologist-guided screening and monitoring in local anesthesia for intraocular lens surgery

10.10

S. Srinivasan, G. Scharioth, A. Riehl, I. Tanev, P. Rozsival, J. Nekolova UK Implantation of Scharioth macular lens in patients with age-related macular degeneration: results of a prospective European multicenter clinical trial

10.16

Discussion

10.30

End of session

08.00

S. Wass, G. Albrektsen, M. Tjaland Odegard, M. Sand, D. Austeng NORWAY Antiseptic effect of long-term, low-concentration of povidone-iodine in the conjunctiva before cataract surgery

08.06

M. O'Rourke, A. Curry, N. Kealy, S. Gardner, S. Knowles, P. Barry, R. Khan IRELAND Prophylaxis of postoperative endophthalmitis in the setting of multi-drug resistant bacteria

08.12

M. Mouttapa, J. Christy INDIA Emerging evidence on the efficacy of intracameral moxifloxacin in the reduction of postoperative endophthalmitis

08.18

08.37

M. Abrishami, M. Abrishami, J. Behravan, K. Abnous IRAN PCR detection and identification of bacterial contaminants in ocular samples from postoperative endophthalmitis

08.43

N. Borah, S. Ahmed INDIA Severe intraocular inflammation following intraviteal injection of bevacizumab: a study in phakic and pseudophakic eyes

08.49

Discussion

08.56

I. Ramirez Jimenez, J. Izquierdo Villavicencio, M. Ponte-Davila, F. Quezada Baltodano, A. González Méndez PERU Severe visual commitment, secondary glaucoma and bullous keratopathy after bilateral cosmetic iridian implant

09.02

A. Vasquez Perez, M. Zarei-Ghanavati, C. Liu UK Keratoprosthesis after severe ocular trauma: our experience

09.08

M. Arunkumar, N. Madhivanan, M. Rajan, P. Nivean, M. Ariga INDIA Central macular thickness in young Indian myopes: an OCT study

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 08.00 – 10.00

08.30 – 10.30

Instructional Courses

FREE PAPER SESSION

IC112 Ocular trauma assessment and management (I)

T. Rudolph SWEDEN, C. Jansen SWEDEN, G. Jakobsson SWEDEN, K. Svedberg SWEDEN, A. Bergstrom SWEDEN

Room 3.3

IC113 Techniques and devices for surgical reconstruction of traumatic and developmental iris defects (I)

Room 3.1 Chairperson:

G. Kleinmann ISRAEL

Moderator:

M. Pande UK

08.30

P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Refractive vs diffractive optics for enhanced-depthof-focus intraocular lenses (EDOF IOL): comparison of visual outcome and photopsia

08.36

M. Pande, E. Proudfoot UK Monocular refractive lens exchange with an ERV lens in patients with presbyopia without any significant refractive error for distance

08.42

S. Rehman, C. O’Donnell, J. Dermott, A. Hartwig UK Clinical outcomes of an extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens in a large population

08.48

A. Barisic, N. Milicic, M. Mikulicic, I. Dekaris, N. Gabric CROATIA Implantation of combination of extended-rangeof-vision intraocular lens in one eye and bifocal intraocular lens with low addition in other eye after cataract or refractive lens surgery

IC116 Management of paediatric cataracts (A)

08.54

Discussion

09.00

K. Ramamoorthy, N. Madhivanan, P. Nivean, J. Reddy, M. Rajan INDIA To evaluate the efficacy of new generation extendeddepth-of-focus IOL

09.06

D. Kazakos, S. Hannan, D. Teenan, J. Venter UK Clinical outcomes in 8,260 eyes with an extendeddepth-of-focus (EDOF) and low add diffractive aspheric multifocal (MF) IOLs as bilateral and/or a mix and match implantation strategy

09.12

B. Cochener FRANCE Influence of the magnitude of monovision on visual outcome after implantation of an extended-range-ofvision IOL

09.18

F. Bartol-Puyal, P. Talaver-Gonzalez, I. Altemir-Gomez, G. Gimenez-Calvo, J. Larrosa, V. Polo, L. Pablo SPAIN Objective optical quality in intraocular lenses of a same family: monofocal, multifocal and enlargeddepth-of-focus

09.24

Discussion

09.32

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

09.38

B. Dick GERMANY Prospective multicenter trial on the efficacy and safety of a small-aperture intraocular lens in phakic eyes

09.44

A. Saad, W. Riha AUSTRIA Effect of an opaque annular inlay embedded in an IOL on the ability to use retinal diagnostic and imaging devices

S. Srinivasan UK, K. Miller USA, M. Synder USA

Room 3.4

IC114 Paediatric penetrating keratoplasty: to do or not to do? (I)

M. Fernandes INDIA, A. Borthakur INDIA, N. Gangopadhyay INDIA, J. Sengupta INDIA, K.K. Nischal USA

Room 3.2

IC115 Refractive and cataract surgery nightmares: management and prevention of advanced technology IOLs and laser vision correction complications (A)

D. Serafano USA, M. Piovella ITALY, E. Donnenfeld USA, D. Epstein SWITZERLAND, M. McDonald USA, R. Zaldivar ARGENTINA

Room 3.5

V. Vasavada INDIA, A. Vasavada INDIA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, K.K. Nischal USA, V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA

Room 4.2

IC117 Femto cornea (I)

R. Salgado PORTUGAL, A. Marinho PORTUGAL, R. Bellucci ITALY, J. Hjortdal DENMARK, J. Bovet SWITZERLAND

TUESDAY

Pseudophakic IOLs: Enlarged Depth of Focus

Room 4.3

IC118* Anterior segment surgical solutions for secondary repair of post-traumatic eyes (A)

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

Room 4.5

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

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 08.30 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric Room 4.4 Chairperson:

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Moderators:

A. Day UK T. Ferreira PORTUGAL

A. Day, M. Dhariwal, M. Keith, F. Ender, C. Perez-Vives, S. Kalson-Ray, D. Anderson UK Distribution of preoperative corneal astigmatism and postoperative refractive astigmatism in a large population of patients undergoing cataract surgery in the UK

G. Kleinmann, L. Rodov, O. Reitblat, A. Levy, E. Assia ISRAEL Comparison between multifocal, extended-range-ofvision and monofocal intraocular lenses

08.36

D. Anderson, M. Dhariwal, M. Keith, C. Bouchet UK Global prevalence, economic and humanistic burden of astigmatism in cataract patients: a systematic literature review

10.10

N. Ardjomand, E. Wissiak, B. Vidic AUSTRIA Visual quality with extended-range-of-vision IOLs

08.42

10.16

V. Camps, D. Pinero, J. Miret, A. Tolosa, A. Sabater SPAIN The effect of multifocal IOLS on eyes with previous refractive surgery: in vitro simulations with Mini WELL, TECNIS Symfony and Lentis Mplus

J. Hienert, N. Hirnschall, N. Bayer, S. Norrby, C. Leisser, E. Zimper, O. Findl AUSTRIA Reasons for remaining astigmatism in cataract patient after implanting toric intraocular lenses

08.48

Discussion

08.54

P. Hoffmann, M. Abraham GERMANY Posterior surface corrected keratometry: comparison of Barrett calculator with other methods

09.00

T. Ferreira, P. Ribeiro, F. Ribeiro, J. O'Neill PORTUGAL Comparison of methodologies for considering posterior corneal astigmatism in toric intraocular lens power calculation

09.06

M. Goggin, B. LaHood AUSTRALIA Assessing the likely effect of posterior corneal curvature on toric intraocular lens calculation for IOLs of 2.5 dioptres cylinder power or more

09.12

W. Park, M. Kim, E. Kim, N. Kang SOUTH KOREA Prediction accuracy after toric intraocular lens implantation using several corneal astigmatism evaluation methods

09.18

B. LaHood, M. Goggin AUSTRALIA Posterior corneal astigmatism calculated in eyes requiring a range of toric IOL powers

09.24

Discussion

09.34

S. Chae, S. Han, K. Lee SOUTH KOREA Multifocal toric intraocular lenses vs peripheral limbal relaxing incisions with multifocal intraocular lenses for correcting astigmatism

09.40

R. Chaudhary, S. Chaudhary INDIA Toric axis marking with smart phone apps and comparing accuracy with manual and digital axis markers

09.46

C. Hamer, N. Habib, H. Buckhurst, N. Mandour, C. Purslow, P. Buckhurst UK Investigation of keratometry axis repeatability on astigmatic reduction with toric IOLs

Discussion

09.58

T. Ax, 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

10.22

Discussion

10.30

End of session

TUESDAY

08.30

09.50

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 09.00 – 10.20

FREE PAPER SESSION Advanced Surface Photoablation II Room 4.1

09.52

09.58

B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, N. Gadkar, N. Prasad INDIA Comparative evaluation of Verion-assisted FLACS corneal arcuate incisions, Verion-assisted manual incisions and toric IOLs in eyes with cataract, ranging from 0.75 D to 1.50 D of corneal astigmatism E. Fabian GERMANY Accuracy of toric IOL power calculation using Haigis-T formula with standard K-readings compared to new true keratometry measurement using posterior cornea surface curvature E. Kokareva, A. Kulikov, A. Dzilikhov, T. Sharov RUSSIA Effective lens position in AcrySofÂŽ Toric IQ power calculation

10.10

M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Best option for emmetropia, intermediate and near vision: 3 years clinical results and patient satisfaction with toric trifocal IOL

10.16

Discussion

10.30

End of session

TUESDAY

10.04

86

Chairperson:

V. Katsanevaki GREECE

Moderators:

I. Grabska-Liberek POLAND F. Stojanovic NORWAY

09.00

S. Pieh, G. Schmidinger, C. Skorpik AUSTRIA Comparing the corrective capabilities of selective higher order aberrations using a modern excimer laser system

09.06

D. Lin, S. Holland, J. Hogden, S. Mosquera, N. Davey CANADA Improving immediate PRK outcomes through evolution!

09.12

S. Tomas, J. Calvache, M. Notaro SPAIN Photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) after laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) without mitomycin C (MMC)

09.18

M. Cheon, D. Cha, C. Park SOUTH KOREA Paired eye comparison of visual outcomes between irisclaw phakic intraocular lens implantation and LASEK for high myopia: 2 year follow-up results

09.24

R. Vinciguerra, F. Camesasca, E. Morenghi, S. Trazza, C. Azzolini, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Corneal apical scar after hyperopic excimer laser refractive surgery: long-term follow-up of treatment with sequential customized therapeutic keratectomy (SCTK)

09.30

F. Stojanovic, X. Chen, A. Stojanovic, T. Paaske Utheim NORWAY Bandage contact lens exchange on PRK postoperative day one: the effect on pain and reepithelialization

09.36

J. Villada, J. Martinez de Aragon, C. Rhodius, B. Van Rooijen, M. Amarnis THE NETHERLANDS Comparison of Trans-PRK and blunt alcohol-assisted PRK

09.42

Discussion

09.49

I. Grabska-Liberek, L. Kolodziejski, J. Izdebska, J. Szaflik POLAND Topo-guided photorefractive keratectomy combined with cross-linking outcomes

09.55

E. Sunay, F. Helvacioglu, O. Kavalcioglu, A. Akyurt, S. Kaya Unsal, T. Akin TURKEY Two year outcomes of keratoconus management with corneal wavefront-guided normalization combined with corneal cross-linking stabilization

10.01

M. Arbelaez, J. Arbelaez OMAN Single step transepithelial PRK combined with simultaneous high energy accelerated corneal cross-linking (TransPRK Xtra) with smart pulse technology (SPT) on borderline corneas

10.07

M. Rechichi, C. Mazzotta ITALY Selective-transepithelial-ablation for regularization of ectasia with simultaneous accelerated cross-linking: the STARE-X protocol

10.13

Discussion

10.20

End of session


TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION FLACS and Others Poster Village: Pod 1 Facilitators:

N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS L. Wielders THE NETHERLANDS

09.30

P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Femtosecond laser-assisted implantation of toric MIOL based on automated corneal shape analysis in comparison with a manual technique

09.35

P. Crozafon, R. Griner, C. Bouchet, M. Zignani, F. Ender, M. Keith, S. Foster, M. Zou, G. Gardiner FRANCE Real-world comparison of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery versus standard phacoemulsification cataract surgery: a retrospective cohort study from an outpatient ophthalmology clinic in France

H. Roberts, J. Myerscough, S. Borsci, M. Ni, D. O'Brart UK Time and motion studies of National Health Service cataract theatre lists to determine strategies to improve efficiency

10.35

M. Morral, J. Güell, D. Elies, C. Perez-Vives SPAIN Survey in twelve countries reveals major gap in cataract awareness

10.40

S. Srinivasan, R. Haughney, J. Sniatecki UK Efficacy and safety of the first commercially available intracameral mydriatic and anaesthetic during cataract surgery

D. Váradi, H. Wallek, M. Holzer, R. Khoramnia, G. Auffarth GERMANY Analysis of distribution and extent of tilt during cataract surgery and clear lens exchange using imageguided femtosecond laser

10.45

E. Samia-Aly, I. Yip, A. Raj UK A survey of the use of antibiotics in cataract surgery in the UK

10.50

M. Shajari, S. Khalil, W. Mayer, G. Al Khateeb, K. Petermann, E. Hemkeppler, T. Kohnen GERMANY Comparison of two laser fragmentation patterns used in femtosecond laser-assisted lens surgery

A. De Gregorio, L. Russo, M. Montali, G. Stevan, S. Morselli ITALY Clinical results of XEN gel stent implant in minimally invasive combined glaucoma and cataract surgery

10.55

09.50

I. Belonozhenko, I. Tereshchenko, E. Sorokin RUSSIA Latest results of femtosecond laser-assisted phacoemulsification in cataract surgery complicated by weakness of zonular lens support

D. Tutaev, S. Kopayev, I. Ilinskaya RUSSIA Clinical experience of AcrySof IQ toric lens-in-the-bag reposition and suture fixation after dislocation in the posterior chamber of the eye

11.00

End of session

09.55

P. Hoffmann GERMANY 5 years of FS-assisted cataract surgery

10.00

L. Bascaran, T. Amzallag, M. Teus, J. Mendicute SPAIN Multicenter clinical assessment of three IOL preloaded delivery systems

10.05

J. Choi, Y. Han, S. Kim SOUTH KOREA Application of thermoreversible (poloxamer) hydrogels for protection of corneal endothelium during phacoemulsification in porcine eyes: an experimental study

10.10

P. Klonowski, R. Rejdak POLAND Comparison of a new intracameral mydriasis drug with the classic topical form of mydriasis and anaesthesia in coaxial cataract surgery

10.15

J. Behaegel, S. Ni Dhubhghaill, A. Dogaroiu, N. Zakaria, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM Modified bean-shaped ring segments for suture fixation of the bag-in-the-lens intraocular implant

10.20

S. Chiu, K. Spiteri-Cornish UK Comparison of different surgical techniques for secondary intraocular lens implantation for aphakia without capsular support

10.25

V. Ramjiani, D. Gosling, R. Sheard UK Change in post-cataract surgery endophthalmitis incidence following new preventative measures

09.45

TUESDAY

09.40

10.30

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Keratorefractive Results II Poster Village: Pod 2 Facilitators: 09.30

L. Daniel Ponniah, H. Anandan INDIA Femto modified keratoconic eyes and intracorneal lenticular transplantation (stromal augmentation technique): an effective alternative to DALK

10.30

M. Ghoreishi, E. Tanbakouee, M. Aghazadeh-Amiri, M. Tabatabaee, M. Mohammadinia IRAN Photorefractive keratectomy for patients with preoperative low Schirmer test value

09.35

M. Shafik Shaheen, M. Khalifa, A. Ghoneim, D. Pinero EGYPT Vector analysis of astigmatic changes after small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) and wavefrontguided laser in situ keratomileusis (WFG-LASIK)

10.35

D. Smadja, J. Lellouche, R. Ishay Ben, Y. Harel, Z. Zalevsky ISRAEL Nanodrops for restoring refractive errors

10.40

F. Sousa Neves, C. Santos, M. Paulo, A. Ramos, J. Sequeira PORTUGAL Interchangeability of anterior chamber depth and pachymetry measurements: IOLMaster 700 vs Orbscan II

10.45

A. Bozkurt Oflaz, E. Bengu, S. Okudan TURKEY You can’t always get what you estimate! The prediction of postoperative corneal thickness in small incision lenticule extraction

10.50

B. Kostovska, F. Gilevska, V. Fileva, Z. Arnaudovski, N. Gabric MACEDONIA ICL vs LASIK in visual acuity outcome

10.55

D. Mathur, R. Dutta, N. Shroff INDIA The role of a new generation Hartman-Shack aberrometer in wavefront-guided IntraLase LASIK for myopia and myopic astigmatism: a retrospective analysis

11.00

End of session

09.40

09.45

TUESDAY

C. Pedrosa PORTUGAL D. Silva PORTUGAL

F. Zhang, X. Zhou, Q. Wang, Y. Deng, Y. Chen, N. Wang, W. Wei CHINA The prevalence of TGFBI corneal dystrophies in Chinese refractive surgery candidates: primary analysis of 2068 cases in a multicenter study in China N. Luft, R. Schumann, R. Scheler, M. Dirisamer, T. Kreutzer, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer AUSTRIA Corneal ultrastructure, wound healing and inflammation after SMILE and femtosecond LASIK: a human ex vivo study

09.50

H. Sideroudi, A. Lazridis, G. Labiris, A. Messerschmidt-Roth, W. Sekundo, V. Kozobolis GREECE Corneal shape and irregular astigmatism after SMILE and FS-LASIK: 3 years follow-up

09.55

S. Taneri, S. Kiessler, A. Rost, T. Schultz, M. Elling, B. Dick GERMANY SMILE vs advanced surface ablation in low myopia

10.00

A. Ivarsen, J. Hjortdal DENMARK With- or against-the-rule astigmatism, does it matter in SMILE surgery?

10.05

S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Safety, efficacy and biomechanical changes after ReLEx SMILE Xtra for borderline corneas

10.10

A. Sideri, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE 3D OCT epithelial mapping (OCTem) differences in myopic LASIK vs SMILE: a contralateral eye study

10.15

V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Do LASIK and SMILE change anterior and posterior corneal curvature (CC) in similar fashion? A contralateral eye study

10.20

N. Davey, S. Holland, D. Lin, J. Hogden, S. Mosquera CANADA Transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy (TE-PRK) for very low myopic and astigmatic corrections

10.25

P. Rodrigues, S. Frazao, S. Cruz, D. Cristovao, M. Marques, H. Nogueira, C. Ornelas PORTUGAL Thin flaps help avoid overcorrection after LASIK surgery for myopia

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Cornea IV Poster Village: Pod 3 V. Diakonis GREECE D. Portaliou GREECE

09.30

M. Vesela, D. Barakova, M. Sramka, P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Accelerated corneal cross-linking: 1 year results

09.35

D. Ulusoy TURKEY Accelerated corneal cross-linking for treatment of progressive keratoconus in paediatric patients

09.40

T. Kojima, M. Morikawa, Y. Yoshida, T. Nakamura, Y. Satoh, K. Ichikawa JAPAN Comparison of clinical outcomes between Dresden and accelerated corneal cross-linking in cases of progressive keratoconus

09.45

B. Kambo, A. Belshi ALBANIA Accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) versus conventional corneal CXL for progressive keratoconus

09.50

A. Cummings, A. Coen, P. Shaw IRELAND Epi-on CXL: results over 36 months using the CXLO protocol

09.55

M. Zelnikova, M. Molnarova, M. Duranova SLOVAKIA Treating paediatric keratoconus with accelerated corneal cross-linking

10.00

S. Chen, Y. Zheng CHINA Biomechanical properties of different corneal cross-linking (CXL) irradiances

10.05

S. Kling, E. Torres Netto, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND Low-fluence corneal cross-linking induces the same biomechanical stiffening as the standard Dresden protocol

10.10

T.G. Seiler, M. Laggner, D. Adler, G. Schmidinger, B. Frueh SWITZERLAND Measurement of corneal riboflavin gradients after transepithelial imbibition with different solutions using two-photon fluorescence microscopy

10.15

A. Gharaibeh, V. Saez, N. Garcia, L. Bataille, J. Alió SPAIN Optimizing Genipin concentration for corneal collagen cross-linking: an ex-vivo model

10.20

A. Demirok, Y. Yildirim, A. Agca, B. Kepez Yildiz, S. Genc, N. Kandemir Basek, G. Kutluturk TURKEY Postoperative complications of accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking (A-CXL) in progressive keratoconus

10.25

A. Comoli, V. Belloli ITALY Early bacterial keratitis after a collagen cross-linking procedure: two cases report

10.30

A. Davidson, J. Than, R. Cann, E. Trocme, F. Allen, A. Barsam UK Phototherapeutic epithelial-guided keratectomy (PTEK): a novel trans-epithelial OCT-guided phototherapeutic keratectomy protocol combined with corneal collagen cross-linking – post-LASIK ectasia outcomes

10.35

E. Torres Netto, S. Kling, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND Improved biomechanical stiffening in iontophoresis-assisted transepithelial cross-linking in ex vivo porcine corneas

10.40

Y. Kramorenko, N. Aldasheva, I. Stepanova, M. Kulmaganbetov KAZAKHSTAN Immunological profile at different levels of secretion of tear fluid

10.45

N. Paharia, I. Arora INDIA To evaluate ocular surface damage and tear function test in patients with Grave’s disease

10.50

M. Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, S. Lozano Ruiz, C. Alba Linero SPAIN Umbilical cord serum eye drops for the treatment of severe dry eye syndrome

10.55

G. Vandermeer, P. Pisella, Y. Chami FRANCE Comparison of objective optical quality measured by OQAS (Optical Quality Analysis System) after eyedrops instillation in patients with moderate dry eye: physiological saline vs artificial tears

11.00

End of session

TUESDAY

Facilitators:

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 11.00 – 13.00

14.00 – 16.30

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

FREE PAPER SESSION

Intrastromal Lenticule Extraction: To smile or to Cry?

Cross-Linking

Room 2.1 Chairpersons:

B. Cochener FRANCE S. Morselli ITALY

Room 4.6 Chairperson:

A. Behndig SWEDEN

Moderators:

M. Quadrado PORTUGAL M. Price USA

11.00

L. Mastropasqua ITALY Lenticule extraction vs LASIK: which does the cornea prefer?

14.00

J. Brekelmans, M. Dickman, A. Goz, A. Brandis, A. Marcovich, A. Scherz, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS New treatment modalities of collagen cross-linking

11.15

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Efficacy and predictability compared to standard laser myopia surgery

14.06

L. Daniel Ponniah, A. Agarwal INDIA Femto-assisted cross-linking better than conventional. Proof of concept of 'deeper the better'

14.12

U. de Sanctis, P. Marolo, L. Dallorto, L. de Sanctis, R. Penna ITALY Accelerated corneal cross-linking in pediatric patients with keratoconus: one-year outcomes

14.18

A. Bardan, D. Healy, M. Nanavaty UK Outcomes of excimer laser surface ablation prior to, simultaneously or after cross-linking in keratoconic eyes

14.24

S. El Hout, M. Sales de gauzy, M. cassagne, M. Fournie, M. Malecaze FRANCE Pilot evaluation of photorefractive corneal collagen cross-linking for the treatment of low myopia: 6 month results

12.50 Discussion

14.30

Discussion

13.00

14.38

P. Kusumghar, R. Shetty, A. Sinha Roy, K. Sainani INDIA Artificial intelligence based customized cross-linking: a novel approach to strengthen the cornea

14.44

L. Lapenna, E. Albe, A. Acquaviva ITALY Three years transepithelial corneal collagen cross-linking by iontophoresis for progressive keratoconus: results

14.50

W. Lim, J. Theng, Z. Soh, H. Choi SINGAPORE Epithelium-on photorefractive intrastromal crosslinking (PiXL) for correction of low myopia in Asian eyes

14.56

L. Or, A. Rozenberg, A. Abulafia, I. Avni, D. Zadok ISRAEL Corneal cross-linking in patients younger than 18 years old with progressive keratoconus: up to 5 years of follow-up results

15.02

Discussion

15.10

I. Barequet, A. Abd Elkader, I. Gazit, N. Avni-Zauberman, Y. Berger ISRAEL Corneal cross-linking for keratoconus-relapse after penetrating keratoplasty

15.16

A. Behndig, A. Fredriksson SWEDEN Six-month results of photorefractive intrastromal cross-linking (PiXL) for low-grade myopia

15.22

K. Kortuem, E. Vounotrypidis, A. Athanasiou, M. Mueller, C. Kern, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer GERMANY Differences in corneal clinical findings after standard and accelerated cross-linking in patients with progressive keratoconus

15.28

Discussion

11.30 Discussion 11.40

J. Mehta SINGAPORE The postoperative quality of vision

11.55

W.J. Dupps USA The impact on corneal biomechanics

12.10 Discussion C. Ganem FRANCE Complications and their management

12.35

W. Sekundo GERMANY Early results in hyperopia and astigmatism

TUESDAY

12.20

90

End of session


TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 14.00 – 16.00

PRESBYOPIA WORKSHOP Non-invasive Strategies for the Correction of Presbyopia Room 3.1 Chairpersons:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND I. Pallikaris GREECE

14.00

I. Pallikaris GREECE Introduction

14.15

A. Glasser USA Can accommodation be restored through non-invasive means?

14.30

H. Ginis GREECE Evaluation of presbyopic patients for non-invasive strategies

D. Godefrooij, M. Mangen, E. Chan, D. O'Brart, S. Imhof, A. de Wit, R. Wisse THE NETHERLANDS Cost-effectiveness of corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus

14.50

Discussion

15.54

Discussion

15.15

16.02

D. Dursun AltÄąnors, L. Asena, A. Yuce TURKEY Comparison of ocular discomfort after three different epithelial debridement techniques for corneal collagen cross-linking

S. Kaufman USA The use of miotics to treat presbyopia

15.30

S. Marcos SPAIN Contact lens technology and application in presbyopia

16.08

S. Kling, E. Torres Netto, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND Corneal cross-linking (CXL) in ultrathin corneas: individualizing UV irradiation times

15.50

Discussion

16.00

End of session

16.14

E. Vounotrypidis, A. Athanasiou, K. Kortuem, D. Kook, S. Priglinger, M. Shajari, W. Mayer GERMANY Database analysis of conventional and accelerated cross-linked keratoconic eyes compared to nonprogressive keratoconus

16.20

Discussion

16.30

End of session

15.42

15.48

M. Price, F. Price Jr USA Prospective randomized study of riboflavin dosing frequency in corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus or ectasia R. Wisse, M. van Vossen, B. Muijzer, N. Soeters, D. Godefrooij, C. Koppen, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS The DUCK-score: a weighted compound score to improve decision making in cross-linking treatments

15.00 J. Hunkeler USA Eye drops for the treatment of presbyopia

TUESDAY

15.36

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cataract Surgery Complications: IOL Dislocation and Opacification Room 3.6 Chairperson:

Z. Biro HUNGARY

Moderators:

A. Marinho PORTUGAL P. Rozot FRANCE

TUESDAY

14.00

O. Kristianslund, L. Drolsum NORWAY Late in-the-bag intraocular lens dislocation: a randomised trial comparing refractive outcomes and astigmatism after lens repositioning vs lens exchange

14.06

R. Lorente, B. Lorente, P. Vazquez de Parga, V. De Rojas SPAIN Presentation characteristics and surgical management in 171 cases of in-the-bag IOL dislocation

14.12

S. Kopayev, A. Bessarabov RUSSIA In-the-bag IOL rotation as the most effective way to correct hyperopic refractive error after uncomplicated phacoemulsification

14.18

B. Lorente, V. De Rojas, M. De La Fuente, P. Vazquez de Parga, R. Lorente SPAIN Analysis of intraocular pressure changes after surgical management of 145 cases of in-the-bag intraocular lens dislocation

14.24

Discussion

14.32

V. Lages, J. Coelho, N. Correia, B. Pessoa, M. Beirao, N. Ferreira, M. Angelina PORTUGAL Transscleral knotless zigzag suture fixation of four-haptic hydrophilic acrylic foldable IOL in the management of aphakia: clinical outcomes

14.38

A. Lopes, D. Silva, C. Pedrosa, B. Feijoo, P. Pego, C. Vendrell, I. Prieto PORTUGAL Surgical techniques in late in-the-bag intraocular lens subluxation: a 6 year experience

14.44

Z. Biro HUNGARY Repositioning a decentred PC-IOL combined with capsule cleaning

14.50

A. Vlasenko, B. Malyugin, A. Verzin, D. Uzunyan RUSSIA Capsular bag distention syndrome: case series and management strategies

14.56

Discussion

15.04

R. Khoramnia, T. Tandogan, B. Giers, S. Sel, G. Auffarth GERMANY IOL opacification after posterior lamellar keratoplasty: a material analysis with special reference to optical quality assessment

15.10

U. Kolodziejska, T. Gałecki, M. Udziela, E. Mendyk, A. Gumieniczek, J. Szaflik POLAND Calcification of hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lenses with a hydrophobic surface following uneventful Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty

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M. Mackert, D. Muth, S. Priglinger, A. Wolf GERMANY Classification of pattern in opacified intraocular lenses: a structural analysis

15.22

J. Costa, P. Ramos, M. Marques, J. Henriques, J. Povoa, C. Lobo, J. Murta PORTUGAL Widespread opacification of a hydrophilic/ hydrophobic intraocular lens

15.28

Discussion

15.36

P. Rozot, M. Bouquey, C. Chong, Y. Guldenfels FRANCE Comparison of glistening formation and whitening of several hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses

15.42

G. Auffarth, S. Schickhardt, Q. Wang, H. Fang, F. Hengerer GERMANY Optical purity evaluation and accelerated aging of the new Clareon biomaterial vs other hydrophobic acrylic material in a laboratory setup

15.48

L. Werner, I. Thatthamla, M. Ong, K. Das, H. Schatz USA Evaluation of clarity characteristics in a new hydrophobic acrylic IOL in comparison with commercially available lenses

15.54

Discussion

16.00

End of session


TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cataract Surgery Practice Styles/PCO Room 4.4 R. Bellucci ITALY

Moderators:

E. Assia ISRAEL Y. Henry THE NETHERLANDS

14.00

S. Theodoropoulou, J. Sparrow, R. Johnston, M. Grzeda, P. Donachie, D. Tole UK The cataract national dataset electronic multicentre audit on clinical outcome following cataract surgery in patients aged 90 years and older

14.06

E. Assia, A. Sommer, A. Belkin, S. Ofir ISRAEL Changes in clinical profile of patients undergoing cataract surgery in a public hospital over a 13 year period

14.12

Y. Henry THE NETHERLANDS Practice styles and preferences of Dutch cataract and refractive surgeons: 2016 survey

14.18

Discussion

14.26

N. Shorstein, L. Liu, S. Alexeeff, J. Carolan, L. Herrinton USA Same day vs different day bilateral cataract surgery: retrospective comparison of postoperative best corrected visual acuity and refractive error

14.32

M. Daly, A. Payal, L. Gonzalez, T. Cakiner-Egilmez, A. Chomsky, D. Vollman, M. Lawrence USA American Society of Anesthesiologists classification: relevance to cataract surgery

14.38

Discussion

14.44

H. Oliphant, A. Kennedy, O. Comyn, M. Nanavaty UK Anterior segment photography by compact digital camera for grading of posterior capsule opacification

14.50

G. Kahraman, C. Bernhart, B. Wetzel, F. Prager, M. Amon AUSTRIA Intraindividual comparison of capsular behaviour of two hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses during a 5-year follow-up

14.56

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

15.02

P. Ursell, M. Dhariwal, M. Keith, K. Majirska, F. Ender, C. Miglio, S. Rabhi UK A multicentre, retrospective cohort study comparing the real-world incidence of Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy procedure to treat posterior capsular opacification in the first 3 years after cataract surgery among hydrophobic and hydrophilic acrylic IOLs

15.08

Discussion

15.16

Y. Nishi, K. Uemura, S. Fukazawa, H. Sakata, N. Obase, K. Nishi, O. Nishi JAPAN Evaluation of YAG capsulotomy incidence in various IOLs after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

15.22

B. Johansson, A. Rygaard SWEDEN Nd:YAG laser treatment incidence during 3 years after cataract surgery for 3 hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lenses, one of them with hydrophobic surface properties

15.28

Y. Sun, Y. Hao, J. Xie CHINA Study on imaging quality through Nd:YAG laser damaged multifocal lenses

15.34

A. Grzybowski, M. Gaca-Wysocka, L. Gralak POLAND Changes in intraocular aberrations after YAG capsulotomy

15.40

Discussion

16.00

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 14.00 – 15.20

14.00 – 15.00

FREE PAPER SESSION

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

LASIK and Imaging

News on Cornea

Room 4.1

Poster Village: Pod 1

Chairperson:

A. Cummings IRELAND

Moderators:

J. Bille GERMANY G. Steinwender AUSTRIA

14.00

G. Steinwender, M. Shajari, W. Mayer, D. Kook, N. Ardjomand, T. Kohnen, A. Wedrich AUSTRIA Impact of a displaced corneal apex on small incision lenticule extraction

14.06

H. Kim, C. Moon, C. Lee, J. Lee, J. Kim, M. Kim, H. Tchah SOUTH KOREA Validity of tono-pachymetry for measuring corrected intraocular pressure in non-surgical and postphotorefractive keratectomy eyes

14.12

T. Grover, R. Shetty, A. Sinha, S. Kochar, P. Kusumgar INDIA SAVER study simulation by adaptive optics for vision experiment and treatment in presbyopia

14.18

A. Saad, C. Chan, D. Salik, M. Dagher, D. Gatinel FRANCE Combining the SCORE with the ectasia risk score system for assessing post LASIK keratectasia risk: the clinical SCORE

14.24

Discussion

14.31

M. Croft, T. Nork, J. McDonald, G. Heatley, E. Lütjen-Drecoll, P. Kaufman USA Accommodation, presbyopia: quantification of lens, iris and vitreous accommodative movements and aging

14.37

A. Bajaj, R. Shetty, A. Roy, R. Shroff INDIA Epithelial subtraction OCT topography: a novel method and its translational relevance

14.43

J. Bille, R. Sahler, D. Schanzlin GERMANY Microscope study regarding the chemical basis for alteration of an intraocular lens using a femtosecond laser

14.49

A. Cummings, P. Zakharov, M. Mrochen, B. Pajic IRELAND Objective evaluation of patients’ visual behaviour for cataract surgery planning

14.55

V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Topography-guided LASIK (TGL) v SMILE: digitized study of corneal refractive effect centration (REC) to visual axis

15.01

J. Kim, N. Lee, C. Rho SOUTH KOREA Clinical outcomes of micro-monovision small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) for the correction of presbyopia and myopia

15.07

Discussion

15.20

End of session

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Moderators:

J. Güell SPAIN A. Toso ITALY

14.00

O. Al-Shymali, J. Alió, A. Rodriguez, M. Amesty, M. El Bahrawy, S. Rey SPAIN Superficial automated keratopigmentation: experimental study of a novel surgical technique for iris and pupil simulation using a new puncturing device

14.08

S. Huseynli, J. Salgado-Borges, J. Alió AZERBAIJAN Comparative evaluation of tomographic parameters between thin non-keratoconic and early keratoconic corneas generated by Scheimpflug tomography

14.16

T. Hiraoka, T. Kakita, F. Okamoto, T. Oshika JAPAN Comparison of the 5-year study results of orthokeratology between high and low baseline myopia

14.24

E. Usubov, M. Bikbov, V. Surkova, M. Astrelin RUSSIA Prospects for using scleral cross-linking with riboflavin and ultraviolet A (UVA) in progressive myopia

14.32

T. Grover, R. Shetty, A. Sinha, M. Francis, P. Khamar INDIA A novel inverse finite element approach to analyze corneal deformation after SMILE and LASIK

14.40

J. Chovancova, P. Rainsbury, R. Jayaswal UK Real world outcomes in ultrathin DSAEK using the Gebauer microkeratome system

14.48

S. Naylor, R. Darbyshire, S. Anand, A. Morrell, J. Ball UK Retreatment rates for recurrent corneal erosion syndrome following excimer laser phototherapeutic keratectomy

14.56

Discussion

15.00

End of session


TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 14.30 – 16.30

16.00 – 17.00

Instructional Courses

FREE PAPER SESSION

R. Fogla INDIA, V. Sarnicola ITALY, R. Swarup INDIA, D. Tan SINGAPORE

Room 3.3

IC120 DMEK from D to K: a step-by-step approach to Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (I)

Cataract Surgery Equipment/ Instrumentation/Surgical Devices/OVDs Room 4.1 Chairperson:

F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

Moderator:

A. Rozenberg ISRAEL

16.00

S. Amir-Asgari, K. Kefer, J. Hienert, C. Pilwachs, B. Döller, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Feasibility study to evaluate the applicability of swept source OCT biometry for measurements in different ocular conditions

16.06

C. Chirapapaisan, S. Srivannaboon THAILAND Efficacy of a swept-source based optical biometer in the axial length measurement for advanced cataract patients

16.12

A. Rozenberg, A. Einan-Lifshitz, L. Or, E. Pras, I. Avni, A. Adi ISRAEL Intra-device repeatability of corneal power and astigmatism measurements

16.18

Discussion

16.22

Q. Zhao, Y. Song, Q. You, W. Yang, F. Zhang, D. Li, Z. Wang CHINA Comparability of biological measurements using different non-contact measurement technologies in myopes

16.28

S. Goto, N. Maeda, S. Koh, K. Ohnuma, I. Iehisa, T. Noda JAPAN Comparison of axial length between pre and post cataract surgery measured with partial coherence interferometry

16.34

14.30 – 15.30

G. Gupta, J. Ram, V. Gupta, R. Singh, R. Bansal INDIA Assessing inflammation using laser flare photometer, following intravitreal dexamethasone implant in patients of uveitis undergoing cataract surgery: a randomized control study

16.40

Discussion

Instructional Courses

16.44

M. Cennamo, L. Finocchio, E. Favuzza, R. Mencucci ITALY Effect of the intraoperative use of a polymeric blend on corneal epithelium and ocular comfort in cataract surgery

16.50

P. Giardini, N. Hauranieh, J. D'Amato Tothova ITALY Intraoperative corneal coating for cataract surgery

16.56

Discussion

17.00

End of session

N. Singal CANADA, M. Perez CHILE, K. Baig CANADA, J. Compan CHILE, A. Slomovic CANADA, D. Rootman CANADA

Room 3.4

IC121 Astigmatism evaluation and treatment: the current state of the art (A)

J. Murta PORTUGAL, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS, J. Alfonso SPAIN, F. Vaz PORTUGAL, A. Rosa PORTUGAL

Room 3.2

IC122 Customised excimer laser surgery (A) NEW

J. Alió SPAIN, J. Castanera SPAIN, A. Sedky EGYPT, S. Arba GERMANY, R. Krueger USA, E. Manche USA

Room 3.5

IC123 Topography-guided custom ablation in treatment of visually disturbing irregular astigmatism in complicated refractive surgery, keratoconus and other cornea pathologies (A)

A. Stojanovic NORWAY, M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND, T. Archer UK, R. Vinciguerra ITALY, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, A. Cummings IRELAND

Room 4.2

IC124 Good clinical practice (I) NEW

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, D. Mathysen BELGIUM, P. Rosen UK, F. van den Biggelaar THE NETHERLANDS

Room 4.3

IC125 Surgical options in iris reconstructive surgery (I)

J. Alvarez de Toledo SPAIN, R. Barraquer SPAIN

Room 4.5

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TUESDAY

TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 16.30 – 18.00

16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION

FREE PAPER SESSION

LASIK Outcomes and Complications

Training and Innovation

Room 3.1

Room 4.4

Chairperson:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

Chairperson:

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

Moderator:

S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

Moderators:

C. Marques-Neves PORTUGAL M. Oliveira PORTUGAL

16.30

L. Kiraly GERMANY Comparative analysis of clinical outcomes after small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) and wavefrontguided laser in situ keratomileusis (WFG-LASIK)

16.36

16.30

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE LASIK using topography-modified refraction (TMR) vs standard: prospective contralateral-eye study

C. Yvon, J. Wawrzynski, H. Naveed, G. Saleh, N. Nair UK Randomised, controlled, double masked trial to investigate the effect of an online training tool on the surgical proficiency of novice cataract surgeons

16.36

16:42

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

H. Vannadil, S. Gupta INDIA Ophthalmology podcast: an innovation in the field of education

16.42

16.48

F. Sousa Neves, L. Figueiredo, J. Costa, R. Rothwell, C. Arede PORTUGAL Wavefront-guided LASIK for the correction of high compound astigmatism and myopic astigmatism

Y. Neo, S. Gillan UK Early exposure to microsurgical skills through a bespoke teaching programme using virtual reality ophthalmic surgical simulator (Eyesi™ by VRmagic) prior to the start of ophthalmology specialty training (OST)

16.48

Discussion

16.54

N. Hashmani, S. Hashmani PAKISTAN Comparison of visual acuity, refractive outcomes and satisfaction between LASIK performed with a microkeratome and femto laser

17.00

S. Lee, H. Sagoo, R. Farwana, K. Whitehurst, A. Fowler, R. Agha UK Compliance of systematic reviews in ophthalmology with the PRISMA statement

17.00

B. Torun Acar, S. Acar TURKEY Comparison of visual acuity and higher-order aberrations after SMILE and FS-LASIK in patients with low myopia

17.06

S. Whitlow, J. O'Connor, R. Killeen IRELAND Neuroimaging in ophthalmology in a tertiary referral centre

17.06

Discussion

17.12

17.15

K. Ditzen GERMANY Hyperopic correction: state of the art

F. Murta, J. Gomes UK Grey line surgery for eyelid margin reconstruction in Stevens Johnson Syndrome

17.18

17.21

C. Kranemann CANADA Lenticule-related fluid retention syndrome

A. Zafar, I. Asslanides, G. Kymionis GREECE Novel use of ocular movements

17.24

17.27

D. Tohamy, K. Soliman, H. Elsedfy, W. Ibrahim EGYPT Posterior vitreous detachment after laser in situ keratomileusis among the Egyptian population

S. Mahajan, T. Om Parkash, R. Om Parkash INDIA The ‘flap motility’ sign of posterior capsule rupture in peripherally extended anterior capsular tears

17.30

L. Hu, S. Gui, J. Huang, Z. Xu, Y. Yang, F. Lu CHINA Effect of femtosecond laser in situ keratomileusis on the density of choroicapillary in myopic patients

M. Oliveira, P. Gil, J. Silva, J. Providencia, J. Povoa, C. Lobo, J. Murta PORTUGAL Single-knot sewing-machine suture: the first results

17.36

K. Bacharis, I. Tsilikas, A. Konstantinou, E. Ntoumou, I. Sianoudis, M. Makropoulou, A. Serafetinidis GREECE Refractive index modification of intraocular lenses with femtosecond laser action

17.42

H. Kaymak, A. Fricke, P. Hagen, G. Auffarth, D. Breyer, K. Klabe, R. Fulga GERMANY Eyedrops for floaters

17.48

Discussion

18.00

End of session

17.33

17.39

M. Bohac, N. Gabric, M. Anticic, M. Koncarevic, A. Pasalic, A. Dukic CROATIA Incidence and management of post-LASIK ectasia

17.45 Discussion 18.00

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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER 17.00 – 20.00

ISRS SYMPOSIUM Living on the Edge Room 3.6 Chairpersons: 17.00

A. Marinho PORTUGAL J. Murta PORTUGAL B. Randleman USA

A. Marinho PORTUGAL, J. Murta PORTUGAL, B. Randleman USA Welcome and introductions

Pearls of Cataract Surgery in 2017

Corneal Refractive: What's Next?

17.05

F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Update in biometry and online calculators

18.31

17.11

J. Murta PORTUGAL Intraoperative aberrometry devices and how to use them

R. Ambrosio BRAZIL Integration of Scheimpflug tomography and biomechanics

18.37

R. Krueger USA Role for topography-guided LASIK in virgin corneas

17.17

O. Findl AUSTRIA Trifocals versus EDOF IOL

18.43

B. Randleman USA LASIK Extra: where are we?

17.23

S. Yoo USA FLACS versus phaco

18.49

A. Marinho PORTUGAL What’s next?

17.29

J. Alió SPAIN Update in accommodative IOLs

18.55 Discussion

Keratoconus: Now What? 17.48

M. Santhiago BRAZIL CXL – epi-on, epi-off, iontophoresis, classic, accelerated, controversies

17.54

D. Touboul FRANCE Corneal collagen cross-linking: is corneal stiffening enough to explain the decrease of keratoconus progression?

18.00

J. Alfonso SPAIN Intracorneal rings: what is the best nomogram?

18.06

A. Kilic TURKEY Combination treatments (CXL plus rings, rings plus phakic IOLS)

18.12

F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND What is the best approach to stabilize KC and improve vision in young patients?

Challenging Cases Panellist: R. Krueger USA 19.08

S. Holland CANADA Case 1

19.15

T.G. Seiler SWITZERLAND Case 2

19.22

S. Jacob INDIA Case 3

19.29

A. Saad FRANCE Case 4

19.36 Discussion 19.49

Conclusion and thank you

20.00

End of session

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E-POSTERS 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 8 October at 14.00 in Room 2.1. In order to receive the prize, the poster presenters must be present at the Awards Session.

Anaesthesia S. Kivanc, B. Akova-Budak, C. Cibik, A. Ozmen TURKEY Clinical features of patients who underwent primary repair for anterior segment perforating injury under local anesthesia W. Muen, S. Koay, H. Sherafat, W. Muen UK Cataract surgery under general anaesthesia: indications and outcomes R. Silva, S. Frazao, P. Rodrigues, D. Reis-Cabral, S. Cruz, D. Cristovao, J. Valadares PORTUGAL Patient satisfaction in anaesthetic choice and pain control after cataract surgery D. Stavropoulou, P. Dimitrakas, D. Pagoulatos, I. Georgalas, C. Koutsandrea GREECE Peribulbar anaesthesia in patients with axial myopia for phacoemulsification A. Traina LIBYA Comparison of retrobulbar and peribulbar anaesthesia for cataract surgery

Cataract Surgery Complications/Management B. Akova-Budak, S. Kivanc TURKEY Acute calcific bant keratopthy in a patient with renal osteodistrophy after phacoemulsification S. Canabrava, L. Bernardino, G. Lopes, T. Batisteli BRAZIL A new iris expansion device to use in patients with cataract and coloboma S. Canabrava, L. Bernardino, T. Batisteli, G. Lopes BRAZIL Efficacy of a new pupil expansion device in cataract surgery: first 30 cases S. Chaudhary, R. Chaudhary, A. Pandey INDIA A novel technique of managing posterior capsule rent (PCR) with trocar cannula as anterior chamber maintainer (ACM) and 23 gauge vitrector J. Deren, K. Sowa, E. Mrukwa-Kominek, M. Prost POLAND Methods of corneal protection with particular reference to endothelial cells during phacoemulsification

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D. Dzhaber, Y. Daoud USA Iris-sutured posterior chamber intraocular lens implants: visual outcomes and complications D. Dzhaber, Y. Daoud USA Pars plana vitrectomy and iris suture fixation of posteriorly dislocated intraocular lenses G. Fediashev RUSSIA The analysis of clinical-economic effectiveness of topical levofloxacin 0,5% and levofloxacin oral forms combination in antibacterial prophylaxis in cataract surgery N. Gandhi INDIA Does conjunctival culture before routine cataract surgery prevent endophthalmitis in predisposed patients? B. Gunes, R. Karadag, V. Aykut, H. Oguz, A. Demirok TURKEY Scleral suture fixation technique for dislocated plate haptic toric IOL B. Gunes, R. Karadag, A. Demirok TURKEY Trocar-assisted intrascleral sutureless fixation of dislocated three-piece IOL A. Herranz, J. Armentia, A. Matheu SPAIN Dislocated intraocular lens removal assisted with straight needle fixation I. Ioshin RUSSIA Phacoemulsification with preoperative rupture of the posterior capsule of the lens B. Ivanovska Adjievska, N. Gineva, S. Boskurt MACEDONIA Changes in corneal endothelium cell characteristics leading to corneal edema after cataract surgery M. Izák, A. Izakova SLOVAKIA Resistant pseudophakic cystoid macular edema D. Kang, J. Bae, H. Kim SOUTH KOREA Pseudophakic cystoid macular lesions after uncomplicated standard phacoemulsification: retrospective clinical analysis Z. Kataeva, O. Shilovskikh, D. Ivanov RUSSIA Method of late IOL dislocation prophylaxis in pseudoexfoliation syndrome G. Kaya TURKEY Association of biometric measurements and corneal astigmatism with age in patients who are planned for cataract surgery M. Kontic, N. Petrovic, B. Kovac, M. Resan SERBIA Scleral fixation of dislocated IOL-bag complex using Hoffman pocket method O. Le Quoy, C. Dubuisson FRANCE Recurrent hemorrhagic uveitis syndrome of pseudophakic eye due to chronic contact between a posterior chamber IOL and the pigmented posterior face of the iris or HUG syndrome S. Leboukhe, L. Degdeg, A. Salem, R. Garout, F. Karaouat ALGERIA Artisan implantation in aphakic eyes without capsule support P. Lutaj, A. Lula ALBANIA Effectiveness of intravitreal dexamethasone implants in the treatment of refractory postoperative macular oedema: a case report A. Mete, S. Kimyon, O. Saygili, K. Gungor TURKEY Modified suture fixation technique for scleral fixated intraocular lenses: outcomes of 120 cases


A. Morya, A. Onkar, V. Varshney, P. Chaudhary INDIA A comparative study between anterior chamber and retro pupillary iris claw IOL fixation for the management of aphakia T. Murphy, P. O'Reilly IRELAND A case of choroidal effusion with associated dramatic proptosis during cataract surgery P. Nelli, T. Subramanyan, J. Arokiam INDIA Anatomical and visual outcomes of transscleral fixated single piece rigid and foldable intraocular lenses (IOLs) in patients with absent capsular support A. Nowinska, E. Chlasta-Twardzik, E. Wylegala POLAND Acute serous macular detachment and edema after uncomplicated phacoemulsification N. Ondrova, J. Cendelin CZECH REPUBLIC Impact of intracameral instillation of epinephrine on the course of cataract surgery in patients with intraoperative floppy iris syndrome (IFIS) D. Pagoulatos, T. Stauropoulou, P. Dimitrakas, I. Georgalas GREECE Exfoliation syndrome (XFS) in Greek patients scheduled for cataract surgery S. Palkovits, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA The search for possible aetiologies for negative dysphotopsia J. Panthagani, W. Fusi-Rubiano, T. Gillow UK Dysphotopsia following a plano sulcus intraocular lens in an amblyopic myopic eye M. Rajan, S. Mohan INDIA Punchorhexis in white intumescent cataract D. Roberts, S. Gillan, J. Nair UK Tropicamide 1% as single agent mydriatic for preoperative cataract assessment B. Romanenko, A. Romanenko RUSSIA Our first experience of using Koh’s phaco spatula with sharpen edge in phacoemulsification of dense, brunescent cataracts and subluxated cataracts A. Saitta, L. Avoni, A. Bratu, P. Rossini, A. Volinia, D. D'Eliseo ITALY Transient macular edema after intracameral injection of a standard dose of cefuroxime during phacoemulsification surgery: a report of three cases H. Sasaki, A. Okamoto, N. Shibata, E. Shibuya, N. Mita, H. Ishida, E. Kubo JAPAN Influence on toric intraocular lens axis by incision misalignment: a simulation study J. Sengupta, A. Khetan, D. Chatterjee INDIA Outcome of management of posterior capsular rent during phacoemulsification A. Shinton, M. Ramchandani UK A case series of anterior capsule phimosis following cataract surgery J. Soler Tomas, G. Fuentes Paez, S. Burillo SPAIN Arcuate keratotomy using spot reflector topography for residual astigmatism after intraocular lens implantation R. Tan, J. Lim SINGAPORE An unexpected 'Argentinian Flag' on a non-intumescent cataract

R. Vaiciuliene, V. Jasinskas LITHUANIA Surgical management of uveitis-glaucoma-hyphema syndrome M. Vieversyte, A. Pajeda, L. Vaicaite, A. Varoniukaite, D. Zaliuniene, L. Kuzmiene LITHUANIA Prevalence of ocular comorbidity in eyes undergoing cataract surgery U. Vossmerbaeumer GERMANY Secondary implantation of a capsular tension ring for IOL revision surgery

Cataract Surgery Equipment/ Instrumentation/Surgical Devices/OVDs S. Acar, B. Torun Acar, I. Torun TURKEY Evaluation of preloaded intraocular lens delivery system in patients with cataract surgery: a retrospective analysis N. Anisimova RUSSIA Microsurgical cannula for anterior capsule staining during cataract surgery in cases of mature cataracts J. Ashar INDIA Comparison of IOL powers obtained by OCT, optical biometry and ray tracing after myopic refractive surgery L. Bascaran, J. Mendicute, L. Pablo, L. VĂŠlasque, A. Martinez, O. Malauzat, C. Schweitzer SPAIN Multicenter evaluation of time, operational and economic efficiencies of a new pre-loaded IOL delivery system vs manual IOL delivery A. Borkenstein, E. Borkenstein AUSTRIA Safety first: your sight depends on it! E. Borkenstein, A. Borkenstein AUSTRIA Scanning electron microscopic analysis of different IOL injector systems A. Cantagalli, G. Golfieri ITALY What is the potential of intraoperative aberrometry? An experience report of my first 100 cases M. del Buey, E. Minguez, F. Iturbe, P. Casas, C. Caramello, F. Ascaso, O. Esteban SPAIN Advanced cataract surgery: laser-assisted cataract surgery with preoperative guidance diagnosis and intraoperative aberrometry in cases of cataract and corneal astigmatism with toric IOL implantation S. Demircan, E. Gakta, A. Aydan TURKEY Comparison of active and passive fluidic systems with same tip T. Eppig, S. Schroeder, J. Schrecker, A. Langenbucher GERMANY Do aberration neutral intraocular lens designs effectively induce no spherical aberration? N. Finer, B. Paul, G. Sayer UK Telephone interpreting in cataract surgery C. Gutierrez Amoros, B. Ruiz Belenda, M. Antelo Pineiro, L. Calzon Dopazo SPAIN Total corneal astigmatism (TCA) and equivalent keratometry reading (EKR) of multicolor LED topographer for the choice of intraocular spherical versus toric lens A. Hassouna, B. Fayez, R. Riad Fikry, M. El Bahrawy, C. Hany EGYPT Comparison of corneal endothelial changes using two different phacoemulsification machines

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E-POSTERS H. Imamoglu, A. Turk, T. Turkcan, A. Kalkisim TURKEY Assessment of the effect of topical 1% cyclopentolate hydrochloride on AL-Scan biometry in children 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 J. Jung, S. Jung, D. Cho SOUTH KOREA Repeatability and agreement in biometry between two new optical biometers M. Kamel, M. Ramadan, A. Swalium, M. Omar EGYPT Intraocular lens power calculation by measuring axial length with partial optical coherence and ultrasonic biometry in Middle East children N. Kasetsuwan, U. Reinprayoon THAILAND Visual outcomes and optical aberration after implantation of diffractive trifocal intraocular lens O. Moraru, M. Iliescu, C. Moraru ROMANIA The role of ORA system® intraoperative wavefront aberrometry among the cataract surgery armamentarium for best postoperative refractive results K. Natalia, K. Viacheslav, C. Ksenia, A. Sergey, E. Yulia, K. Serafima RUSSIA Comparative analysis of data obtained when using Icare PRO tonometer and conventional pneumotonometry on patients after cataract phacoemulsification surgery in the early postoperative period with corneal edema B. Ortíz de Zárate, A. Gonzalez, E. Lopez SPAIN Optical quality after Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy assessed with a double-pass technique J. Sacoto, V. Galvis, A. Tello COLOMBIA ORA was right! A case after radial keratotomy S. Schmickler, O. Cartsburg GERMANY Increased staff satisfaction in theatres seen due to a change from the not-preloaded Johnson & Johnson AAB00 to Kowa Avansee Preload1P IOL S. Srinivasan, E. Robb UK Visual and refractive outcomes following implantation of a small aperture IOL: a single center prospective study V. Sugantharaj INDIA Customise your cystitome: bend it like I do C. Tabatabay, M. Bumbacher SWITZERLAND A new single-handed screw IOL injector for 1.6 mm limbal cataract surgery M. Tsatsos, D. Gousia, U. Faridi UK To XEN or to phaco XEN? A. Turk TURKEY Evaluation of the effect of topical 1% cyclopentolate hydrochloride on AL-Scan biometry in children H. Uy, K. Kenyon, R. Pineda PHILIPPINES Clinical experience with novel, hinged, pupil expansion device A. Vyas UK Pre-loaded injector for sub 2.2mm implantation of hydrophilic lens

Cataract Surgery Outcomes J. Agrawal INDIA New customised toric IOL using Barrett calculator achieved the best significant rotational stability, accuracy and patient satisfaction as compared to conventional toric IOL Y. Akova, N. Yesilirmak, B. Aslan TURKEY Comparison of visual outcomes after implantation of trifocal and multifocal intraocular lenses M. Ali, N. Butt, M. Ayub PAKISTAN Comparison of loteprednol etabonate 0.5% and dexamethasone phosphate 1.0% in controlling anterior chamber inflammation after uneventful phacoemulsification in type 2 diabetics R. Altafini, F. Guidolin, G. Sanguinetti, A. Bonan, A. Baraldi, M. Grande, V. Persichina ITALY Effects of tropicamide 1% on anterior segment parameters S. Anisimova, L. Zagrebelnaya, V. Belik RUSSIA Clinical results of toric intraocular lens implantation after laser-assisted cataract surgery versus conventional phacoemulsification H. Arzoallxhiu, N. Polloshka-Arzoallxhiu, I. Juriku, K. Spahiu, D. Rexhbeqaj, H. Gashi, S. Bajraktari KOSOVO Surgically-induced astigmatism in phacoemulsification: 2.2 mm versus conventional blade clear corneal incisions R. Baile, P. Rajput, M. Uparkar INDIA Astigmatism after toric IOL implantation: a retrospective series of 50 patients from a semi-urban setting in Western India A. Bedei, L. Castellini, A. Pietrelli ITALY Influence of corneal spherical aberration, anterior chamber depth and ocular axial length on visual outcome with EDOF IOL S. Čanović, S. Konjevoda, M. Skara Kolega, A. Didović Pavičić, D. Grasic, N. Striber, Z. Pastar, P. Kovacevic CROATIA Fear of blindness in patients undergoing cataract surgery S. Çetinkaya TURKEY The effect of phacoemulsification surgery on intraocular pressure and anterior segment anatomy of patients with cataract and ocular hypertension P. Chaniecki, J. Lekki, J. Miszczyk, J. Adamczyk, T. Pieprzyca, M. Rekas, C. Paluszkiewicz POLAND New method of analyzing cataractous lenses obtained during phacoemulsification procedure E. Chlasta-Twardzik, A. Nowinska, E. Wylegala POLAND Corneal morphology and posterior corneal surface evaluation after microincision phacoemulsification surgery E. Conesa, E. Mata, C. Monton, C. De Pablo SPAIN Follow-up of IOP after phacoemulsification in nonglaucomatous patients S. Costa, J. Beato, D. Reis, J. Esteves-Leandro, M. Falcao, A. Carneiro, F. Falcao-Reis PORTUGAL Intraocular pressure and anterior segment morphometry changes after uneventful phacoemulsification in type 2 diabetic and non-diabetic patients K. Dayawansa SRI LANKA Outcome of secondary capsulorhexis (CCC) on hyper mature cataracts U. de Sanctis, R. Penna, L. de Sanctis ITALY Predictability of ocular spherical aberration after cataract surgery determined using ray tracing to measure preoperative corneal spherical aberration

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E. Drucka, G. Laganovska LATVIA Impact of transient corneal edema on refraction 1 week after phacoemulsification D. Dutta, T. Chaudhury INDIA Intracameral triamcinolone abolishes post cataract surgery cystoid macular oedema B. Einollahi, N. Einollahi, J. Rezaei, M. Sadoughi, D. Roshandel, S. Feizi, M. Yaseri IRAN Effect of the incision site on surgically-induced astigmatism in phacoemulsification cataract surgery

D. Gosling, V. Ramjiani, M. Raynor UK Predicted postoperative outcomes for cataract surgery after myopic keratorefractive surgery using the Pentacam Holladay EKR module N. Gozum, T. Ashrafi TURKEY Changes in anterior chamber parameters after cataract surgery A. Grzybowski, M. Gaca-Wysocka, J. Oleaniewicz POLAND Pinhole test better predicts the postoperative visual acuity than potential acuity meter

Ē. Elksnis, A. Balode, I. Priedniece, G. Laganovska LATVIA Antihypertensive therapy effect on tear film osmolarity during early postoperative period after cataract surgery

G. Gudauskiene, I. Matuleviciute, R. Sakiene, D. Zaliuniene LITHUANIA Assessment of choroidal thickness after uncomplicated phacoemulsification cataract surgery

D. Ellis, S. Maqsood, S. Kashani, B. Aziz UK Long-term visual and anatomical outcomes in patients with active neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD) following cataract surgery

M. Hlozanek, K. Hlozankova, A. Klezlova, P. Studeny CZECH REPUBLIC Comparison of safety and efficacy of local nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs and corticosteroids in common cataract surgery patients

K. Eltutar, T. Alpar Akcetin, S. Zirtiloglu, S. Gurkan TURKEY Influence of cataract surgery and intraocular lens implantation on the anterior chamber depth in eyes with pseudoexfoliation glaucoma and mature cataract

L. Ibares-Frías, M. Velasco Martin, L. Diaz-Cabanas, M. Para Prieto, S. Sanchez Tabernero SPAIN Assessment of acute pain related to phacoemulsification with topical anesthesia of the second eye

F. Emad Labib, M. Roshdy, S. Wahba, R. Fikry EGYPT The efficacy of different biometry formulae in stable ectatic corneas

K. Ichikawa, Y. Matsuzaki, T. Ohta, G. Beiko, L. Brierley, A. Agarwal, A. Agarwal JAPAN PMMA IOL implantation using L-shaped scleral pocket incision

J. Falasinnu, M. Bijak, F. Starzengruber, K. Kefer, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Effect of pre and intraoperative stress on pain perception during cataract surgery comparing first eye with second eye surgery

S. Islam, S. Islam BANGLADESH Targeting for 1.00 diopter myopia in cataract patients: a tale of 50 cases

H. Fargana AZERBAIJAN Measurements with Lenstar 900 and results S. Ganekal, S. Kodur, V. Jhanji, S. Dorairaj INDIA Comparative evaluation of suture-assisted and fibrin glueassisted scleral fixated intraocular lens implantation S. Ganekal, K. Kudlu INDIA Comparison of morphological and functional endothelial cell changes after cataract surgery: phacoemulsification versus manual small incision cataract surgery N. Garzon, F. Poyales, P. Garrido, I. Lopez-Brea, R. Perez SPAIN Comparison of visual outcomes for aspheric trifocal and aspheric trifocal toric intraocular lens implantation in cataract patients A. Georgieva, K. Telbizova, I. Petkova BULGARIA Our experience with the new InFo Instant Focus© multifocal IOL M. Gerl, D. Breyer, S. Abdassalam, H. Kaymak, M. Mueller, G. Auffarth, F. Kretz GERMANY Evaluation of a novel EDOF trifocal IOL G. Godinho, J. Beato, J. Esteves-Leandro, D. Reis, M. Falcao, A. Carneiro, F. Falcao-Reis PORTUGAL Corneal structure and endothelial morphological changes after uneventful phacoemulsification in type 2 diabetic and non-diabetic patients S. Goel INDIA A comparative study of various pre-loaded IOL delivery systems currently available J. Goh, R. Harrison, S. Tavassoli, D. Tole UK Outcomes of sphincterotomy for small pupil phacoemulsification

M. Ji, S. Lee, S. Han, J. Hyon SOUTH KOREA Evaluation of visual outcome after cataract surgery in patients with legal blindness E. Kalizhnikova, A. Vykhodtsev, V. Zhadan RUSSIA Topography changes in the anterior segment of the eye and uveoscleral outflow patients with primary glaucoma after cataract phacoemulsification K. Kang, K. Shin SOUTH KOREA Clinical result of ocular dominance after cataract surgery M. Khorrami-Nejad, O. Aghili, H. Hashemian IRAN MyoRing implantation effect on corneal asphericity in moderate and severe keratoconus S. Kocabeyoglu, F. Bezci, M. Irkec TURKEY Corneal microstructural changes in subbasal nerve fibers after cataract surgery M. Kucharczyk-Pospiech, M. Wilczynski, W. Omulecki POLAND Comparison of corneal endothelial cell loss after bimanual phacoemulsification through 1.4 mm microincision and coaxial phacoemulsification through 1.8 mm microincision E. Kurzak, W. Lubon, K. Jadczyk-Sorek, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND The correlation between dry eye syndrome and changes in corneal topography after cataract surgery G. Labiris, P. Ntonti, M. Patsiamanidi, H. Sideroudi, K. Georgantzoglou, V. Kozobolis GREECE Objective near vision performance following multifocal pseudophakic presbyopic correction R. Lapid-Gortzak, I. van der Meulen, C. Nieuwendaal, V. Vrijman, J. van der Linden THE NETHERLANDS Results with a hydrophobic trifocal IOL with an intermediate focus at 60 cm

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E-POSTERS H. Lee, M. Kim, W. Wee SOUTH KOREA Effect of Haigis-T formula of a swept-source optical biometer on prediction of corneal astigmatism correction with toric intraocular lenses

G. Neri Pires, J. Batista, C. Marques, C. Carapinha, A. Vergamota, J. Silva PORTUGAL Accuracy of intraocular lens power calculation: comparison between SRK/T, Hoffer Q and Barrett Universal Formula II

J. Lee, B. Kim, S. Kim SOUTH KOREA Corneal remodeling after cataract surgery

S. Noguchi JAPAN Clinical outcomes of Mini WELL Ready IOL for Asian patients

G. Lesieur FRANCE Analysis of a large series of MICS toric lenses: what amount of astigmatism correction for the best vision?

C. O'Donnell, J. Dermott, A. Hartwig UK Development of a novel tool for patient-reported outcomes after cataract surgery in a contemporary private hospital group setting

W. Lubinski, K. Podboraczynska-Jodko, M. Kirkiewicz POLAND Comparison of clinical outcomes in patients after cataract surgery with Tecnis Symfony and AT Lisa trifocal IOL implantation: one year follow-up

N. Pesztenlehrer, A. Szeman, V. Banfi HUNGARY Verion image-guided system: is it accurate enough?

C. Madeira, J. Beato, J. Esteves-Leandro, D. Reis, M. Falcao, A. Carneiro, F. Falcao-Reis PORTUGAL Corneal biomechanical changes after uneventful phacoemulsification in type 2 diabetic and non-diabetic patients

A. Petkova, B. Vladimirova, Y. Kirilova, P. Vasileva BULGARIA Correlation between the axial length and the anterior chamber depth in normal, myopic and hyperopic eyes S. Pieh, G. Schmidinger, C. Skorpik AUSTRIA Cataract incidence 10 years after ICL implantation

A. Magazova, A. Aubakirova, A. Urazgalieva, B. Assembekkyzy KAZAKHSTAN Use of capsular tension ring in the surgery of age-related cataracts with damage to the Zinn ligaments

A. Prokopiuk, P. Klonowski, J. Mackiewicz, R. Rejdak POLAND Comparison of the corneal incision and corneal wound architecture after 1.4 mm and 1.8mm bimanual microincision cataract surgery

L. Malheiro, D. Dias, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Pinto PORTUGAL Cataract surgery with implantation of multifocal intraocular lens in patients under 40 years old

X. Qiu, J. Yang, Y. Jiang, Y. Ji, Y. Luo, Y. Lu CHINA The results of high-cylinder toric intraocular lens implantation in patients with cataract and high astigmatism

O. Martínez, D. Nahra, A. Martinez SPAIN Visual outcomes using Shammas method of IOL power calculation

P. Rajput INDIA Study and analysis of 50 cases of toric IOLs in our institute

S. Matic, Ž. Hocenski, D. Bosnar, M. Rosic, M. Matia, M. Rosic CROATIA Influence of extracapsular and phacoemulsification cataract surgery on iris pattern recognition system

D. Rascevskis, G. Laganovska LATVIA Comparison of intraocular lens calculation formulas depending on anterior chamber depth in patients with normal axial length

S. Mavrodieva BULGARIA To compare astigmatism: expected residual and postoperative, in patients with toric IOLs, calculated with Verion Vision Planner

K. Renner, C. Wilke, K. Renner, K. Kunert, A. Petzold GERMANY Retrospective study of long-term patient satisfaction after bilateral implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses of different types: a 10 year follow-up

Z. Mazhry PAKISTAN Comparison of hydrophylic Rayner C-Flex and Rotho single piece IOLs in terms of compatibility with their own disposable injection systems, visual outcome and complications

G. Sahin, E. Karademir TURKEY To compare preoperative and postoperative pupillography changes related to the grade of intraoperative floppy iris syndrome after uneventful phacoemulsification surgery

A. Mehra INDIA Intraocular pressure change after phacoemulsification surgery

S. Sayegh USA Results of UniversIOL intraocular lens power calculation in different patient demographics and surgical environments

O. Mijovich, K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, A. Tsygankov, G. Solovyova RUSSIA Clinical and functional results of bifocal refractive-diffractive and diffractive aspheric IOLs with asymmetric optic implantation during combined cataract and glaucoma surgery with lens capsule drainage Y. Monden, F. Hotokezaka, Y. Matsuo, S. Maeda, M. Kasaoka, R. Yamashita, R. Yamakawa JAPAN The effects of nepafenac ophthalmic suspension 0.1% and bromfenac sodium ophthalmic solution 0.1% on tear film and ocular surface after cataract surgery

G. Scaltrini, M. Piovella ITALY From high-volume, low-cost to personalized high-tech cataract surgery: high tech and new organization benefit vs surgeon traditional experience M. Sharaf, S. Kedwany, E. Wasfi, A. Al-Hussaini EGYPT Effect of cataract surgery on intraocular pressure in eyes with and without pseudoexfoliation syndrome A. Sharma, P. Vardhan INDIA Evaluation of visual outcomes and rotational stability of hydrophobic acrylic aspheric toric IOL: prospective study

J. Moore, E. Pazo, R. McNeely UK Visual outcome in asymmetric multifocal intraocular lens implantation post laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK)

S. Shukhaev RUSSIA Assessment of surgery on the basis of the patients’ subjective observations: FLACS vs manual phaco

M. Nanavaty UK Visual outcomes of new quadrifocal intraocular lens (IOL)

S. Sim, B. Paul UK How good are we at documenting cataract surgery electronically?

M. Nemsitsveridze, A. Zagorulko, E. Boiko RUSSIA A comparison of two femtosecond laser platforms in laser cataract surgery

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V. Sugantharaj INDIA The direct radial toric marking technique: unprecedented precision M. Taha, R. Tan, K. Baig CANADA Early experience of a novel sutureless scleral-fixated IOL A. Tello, G. Frederick, V. Galvis, M. Duenas, A. Serrano, P. Camacho, S. Carmona COLOMBIA Comparison of 9 biometric formulas including Hill-RBF and Panacea

G. Zhao CHINA Preliminary study of the association between corneal histocytological changes and surgically-induced astigmatism after phacoemulsification M. Zivkovic, M. Zlatanovic, G. Zlatanovic, J. Djordjevic-Jocic, M. Radenkovic, S. Jovanovic SERBIA Aflibercept vs bevacizumab combined with phacoemulsification in patients with diabetic macular oedema

M. Todorovic, S. Sreckovic SERBIA A comparison of the effectiveness of dorzolamide and acetazolamide in preventing early postoperative intraocular pressure rise following phacoemulsification surgery

Cataract Surgery Paediatric

D. Tomida, M. Suzuki, Y. Yaguchi, T. Yamaguchi, S. Den, Y. Satake, J. Shimazaki JAPAN Comparison of IOL power calculation methods and measurement zone for cataract surgery undergone previous penetrating keratoplasty

W. Astle, E. Sanders CANADA Safety and efficacy of primary intraocular lens implantation in children under 1 year

A. Tranjan, F. Seixas Soares, F. Casanova, J. Lake BRAZIL Balanced salt solution volume and phacoemulsification time for grid pattern lens fragmentation on femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery: randomized study A. Tsygankov, K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, S. Legkih, Z. Afaunova RUSSIA Partial coherence laser interferometry and immersion ultrasonography in IOL optic power calculation in myopia patients A. Tzamalis, E. Oustoglou, M. Dermenoudi, A. Matsou, P. Brazitikos UK Safety and efficacy of hypertonic saline solution (5%) in the treatment of postoperative corneal edema after uneventful phacoemulsification: a prospective randomized double-blind trial A. Vasilyev, A. Egorova, V. Egorov RUSSIA The analysis of results of Lentis Comfort IOL implantation at phacoemulsification of senile cataract G. Velarde, V. de Juan, D. Antolin, J. Hernandez Verdejo SPAIN Surgically-induced astigmatism correlation with geometrical corneal properties after cataract surgery N. Volkova, A. Iakimov, V. Zaika RUSSIA Efficacy and safety of posterior capsulorhexis after phacoemulsification in patients with high degree of myopia C. von Sonnleithner, D. Pilger, H. Geiger, T. Brockmann, E. Bertelmann GERMANY Comparison of two different techniques for the calculation of toric intraocular lenses: online calculator vs iTrace S. Yangzes, J. Ram, N. Gautam, R. Singh, V. Gupta INDIA Long-term outcomes of cataract surgery in children with uveitis M. Yasar, E. Celik, T. Gonen TURKEY Evaluation of corneal changes and clinical results after coaxial torsional phacoemulsification in eyes with soft to hard nuclear density cataract

Z. Arnaudovski, B. Kostovska MACEDONIA Congenital cataract surgical treatment

L. Cilečková, J. Cendeli­n, D. Barakova, D. Dotelova CZECH REPUBLIC Secondary glaucoma after congenital cataract surgery M. Ez-zahraoui, O. Lezrek, C. Daoudi, I. Ben Dali, N. Boutimzine, O. Cherkaoui, M. Laghmari MOROCCO Lens dislocation in homocystinuria: about 2 cases A. Gschließer, E. Moser, T. Neumayer, A. Papp, G. Dorner, E. Stifter AUSTRIA Acquired paediatric cataract combined with anterior uveitis and dilated cardiomyopathy associated with endogenous Spiroplasma species infection F. Kretz, M. Gerl, A. Riyam, M. Mueller, R. Alahmar, D. Breyer, G. Auffarth GERMANY Possible correction for unilateral congenital cataract: are EDOF IOLs another option? G. Laurinavičiūtė, L. Pozeraite, R. Zemaitiene, J. Zukauskas, A. Gelzinis, V. Jasinskas LITHUANIA Outcomes of unilateral and bilateral congenital cataract surgery in Lithuania J. Moreira, I. Ribeiro, A. Mota, R. Goncalves, P. Coelho, T. Maio, P. Tenedorio PORTUGAL Pediatric cataracts: a 12-year retrospective analysis in a Portuguese hospital L. Orazbekov, R. Botabekov KAZAKHSTAN Management of subluxated lens in Marfan syndrome A. Ozmen, S. Kivanc, I. Incebiyik TURKEY Secondary intraocular lens implantation and results in childhood cataracts M. Pastukh, N. Goncharova, I. Pastukh UKRAINE Correction of post-traumatic aphakia in children M. Prado BRAZIL Bilateral subcapsular cataract and linear IgA dermatosis of childhood with long-term sistemic steroid use: a case report

A. Young, G. Siu HONG KONG Clinical outcomes of enVista® intraocular lens in cataract patients

R. Rajasekaran INDIA Dense rubella cataract in 4 year old: how?

M. Yugay, A. Ryabtseva, O. Andryukhina RUSSIA Dynamic changes of the posterior pole of the eye after cataract phacoemulsification

J. Sukhija, S. Kaur INDIA Central corneal thickness and intraocular pressure following primary intraocular lens implantation in children less than 2 years

Y. Yun SOUTH KOREA Comparison of visual outcomes after cataract surgery with implantation of a bifocal and trifocal diffractive intraocular lens

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E-POSTERS C. Tappeiner, D. Steinmair, B. Frueh SWITZERLAND Outcome of lensectomy and scleral-fixated intraocular lens implantation in children with Marfan syndrome V. Vohra, G. Luthra, H. Chawla INDIA Supraincisional stromal pocket hydration for wound closure in paediatric cataract surgeries

Cataract Surgery Practice Styles E. Celik, M. Yasar, T. Gonen TURKEY Comparison of endothelial cell loss and morphology of corneal incision after biaxial small-incision torsional phacoemulsification and biaxial small-incision elliptical phacoemulsification E. Egorova RUSSIA Phaco rotationless technique for weak zonules A. Figueiredo, P. Ferreira, F. Lopes, A. Dias, H. Zanardi BRAZIL Use of bandage soft contact lens at the end of cataract surgery R. Gold FRANCE Practice styles and preferences of French cataract and refractive surgeons: 2016-2017 survey V. Melnyk UKRAINE IOL calculation in patients with radial keratotomy L. Ong-Tone CANADA Practice patterns of Canadian Ophthalmological Society members in cataract surgery: survey 2016 E. Ramadan, A. Al Bahnasy SAUDI ARABIA Novel approach in managing persistent fetal vasculature M. Ramesh INDIA My rhexis markers: my comrades S. Saha, A. Mohanta INDIA Peripheral retinal lesions in cataract patients: a retrospective study K. Sainani, K. Vunnava, R. Shetty, S. Prabhu, K. Rajamani, L. Fathima INDIA Modified fundus camera: portable screening tool for meibomian gland dysfunction in cataract patients H. Ziaei, C. Kanawati UK Subjective refractive outcomes of single limbal relaxing incisions during phacoemulsification surgery

Cataract Surgery Special Cases A. Abreu, J. Coelho, V. Lages, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Brochado, P. Meneres PORTUGAL Accuracy of different IOL power calculation formulas in eyes with long axial length H. Ahmedhussain SAUDI ARABIA Phacoemulsification and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) under topical anesthesia with surgeon in standing position G. Aliyeva, I. Sharif AZERBAIJAN Management of the luxated crystalline lens in homocysteinuria

G. Alkhateeb, M. Shajari, T. Kohnen GERMANY Intraindividual comparative analysis of visual performance after cataract surgery with implantation of a bifocal and trifocal intraocular lens N. Alqahtani, H. Hussain SAUDI ARABIA Phacoemulsification and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) under topical anaesthesia for patient who can't lie flat with surgeon in standing position M. Anbar EGYPT Safety and efficacy of anterior vitrectomy for asteroid hyalosis during phacoemulsification V. Arjun, K. Narendran INDIA Primary piggyback intraocular lens implantation in a nanophthalmic eye A. Arsan, H. Kanar, Y. Oral, A. Hacisalihoglu TURKEY Visual outcome and management of traumatic cataract in adults Z. Ashena, H. Lee, N. Kopsachilis UK Traumatic aniridia: where is the iris gone? F. Badala ITALY EyeMax™ IOL: a new approach to macular disease A. Bikbulatova, M. Bikbov, N. Pasikova RUSSIA Retrospective analysis of the accuracy of intraocular lens power calculation formulas in patients after anterior radial keratotomy J. Bolger UK Management of toric IOLs post op A. Borkenstein, E. Borkenstein AUSTRIA Magnifying surgery (MAGS) in ARMD cases: this is it L. Buzzonetti, G. Petrocelli, P. Valente, S. Petroni, R. Parrilla, R. Ardia ITALY Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in challenging corneas K. Cagin TURKEY Toric IOL implantation in keratoconus patients R. Chaudhary, S. Chaudhary INDIA Modified two stage capsulorhexis: a novel approach for predictable capsulorhexis outcomes in white turgid cataracts J. Coelho, A. Abreu, V. Lages, A. Figueiredo, R. Reis, P. Meneres, M. Meneres PORTUGAL Accuracy of intraocular lens power calculation formulas in eyes with shallow anterior chamber R. Diaz Cespedes, A. Hervas, S. Garcia-Delpech, P. Udaondo, E. Sanz, D. Salom, A. Cisneros SPAIN Application of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in special cases F. Dolz-Gßerri, A. Martinez-Palmer SPAIN Microphthalmos, cataract surgery and cystoid macular edema A. Dumitrescu Dragan, M. Elgohary, S. Koay ROMANIA Refractive outcome of cataract surgery in a patient with previous photorefractive keratectomy (PRK), sulcus phakic IOL (implantable contact lens, ICL) and astigmatic keratotomy (AK) C. Francesconi, F. Tubone, R. Nose, W. Nose BRAZIL Iris suture fixation of posterior chamber lens A. Jain, D. Dhingra, C. Malhotra, V. Jakhar INDIA A case series of isolated lens coloboma in young adults O. Kermani, G. Gerten, U. Oberheide GERMANY Keratoconus, cataract and the small aperture IOL

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M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Two cases of double-layered anterior lens capsule found in cataract surgery S. Kimyon, A. Mete, O. Saygili TURKEY Traumatic cataracts from Syrian war S. Koay, A. Dumitrescu, M. Elgohary UK Using the Ahmed capsule tension segment (CTS) during cataract surgery in patients with pre-existing zonular dehiscence S. MacDonald, T. Ianchulev, T. Tyson USA Micro-interventional energy free phaco fragmentation: new technique and clinical cases G. Manaenkova, O. Fabrikantov, S. Nikolashin, E. Pirogova RUSSIA Preoperative and intraoperative measurement of anterior chamber depth in intumescent cataract phacoemulsification: determination of endothelial cell loss in the early and late postoperative periods S. Masnec, M. Kalauz, R. Kordic, T. Kuzman, I. Skegro, T. Jukic, M. Corić, S. Seiwerth CROATIA Electron microscopy findings of anterior lens capsule in patients with uveitic cataract due to juvenile rheumatoid arthritis (JRA) E. Mata Diaz, E. Conesa Hernandez, B. Jimenez-Rolando, A. Sanchez Ventosa, C. De Pablo Martin SPAIN Pupillary membrane following intracameral cefuroxime injection A. Mathur, J. Ashar INDIA Comparison of IOL power calculation using automated keratometry, optical biometry and ray tracing in patients with previous RK with Flat K less than 30D M. Metodieva BULGARIA Calculation of toric IOL in eyes with keratoconus R. Nosé, Y. Lu, R. Pineda II USA Phacoemulsification two years after central descemetorhexis without corneal graft for Fuchs' endothelial dystrophy I. Novytskyy UKRAINE Four-point fixation of IOL with capsular support absence I. Panov, S. Sakhnov, E. Lexutkina RUSSIA A clinical case of defect formation in Descemet's membrane of the cornea after femtosecond-assisted cataract phacoemulsification N. Pashinova, K. Pershin, A. Tsygankov, A. Cherkashina RUSSIA Posterior lenticonus in congenital cataract surgical treatment E. Patsoura, S. Georgaras GREECE The need for cataract surgery in patients with previous LASIK procedures R. Pineda, S. Rahim, S. Greenstein USA Survival of the fittest: phacoemulsification outcomes in four of Dr Castroviejo’s corneal transplants R. Pinto Proença, D. Hipolito, E. Luis, N. Moura Coelho, R. Figueiredo, J. Cunha PORTUGAL Bilateral ectopia lentis: a report of two cases of Marfan’s syndrome M. Pomorska, M. Szalinski, M. Misiuk-Hojlo POLAND Brunescent cataract surgery in severe keratoconus: how to solve the problem of postoperative refractive error prediction? L. Pucci, A. Binda, G. Junior, L. Duarte, M. Siqueira BRAZIL Cataract surgery after radial keratotomy and your management of anisometropia

C. Rosca, I. Tamasoi ROMANIA Method of capsular bag support in crystalline lens subluxation G. Sahin, E. Karademir TURKEY To evaluate preoperative pupillographic parameters related to the grade of intraoperative floppy iris syndrome after uneventful phacoemulsification surgery J. Saldaña Garrido, B. Canizares Baos, J. Rodriguez Prats SPAIN Severe anterior capsule contraction treated by femtosecondlaser capsulotomy S. Shukhaev, E. Boiko RUSSIA Phacoemulsification of hard cataracts on post vitrectomised eyes A. Silva, J. Marques, C. Lobo, J. Murta, J. Póvoa PORTUGAL New technique for cataract surgery after implantation of irisfixated phakic intraocular lens A. Tomi ROMANIA Multifocal IOL implantation after perforating eye injury with IOFB (intraocular foreign body): case presentation V. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, S. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, S. Srivastava INDIA Long-term outcomes following secondary intraocular lens implantation in eyes with primary aphakia E. Villegas, A. Pio, L. Hervella, J. Marin, M. Qureshi, P. Artal SPAIN Visual acuity improvement in AMD patients implanted with the iolAMD Eyemax IOL G. Yong, A. Yee, X. Ting, S. Pan, J. Mohamed Noor, M. Zahari MALAYSIA A novel approach to the management of traumatic phacocele with iris loss J. Zhou CHINA A new technique for scleral fixation of posterior chamber intraocular lens with no scleral flaps I. Žuljan CROATIA Systematic approach to assess management of severe eye blunt trauma with substantial iridodyalisis, traumatic cataract and glaucoma

Combined Cataract Surgery Techniques N. Aldasheva, T. Botabekova, A. Bulgakova, M. Kulmaganbetov KAZAKHSTAN Features of the results of ultrasound biomicroscopy in pseudoexfoliation glaucoma in combination with cataracts S. Anisimova, S. Anisimov, L. Arutyunyan RUSSIA Long-term results of combined femto-assisted phacoemulsification and non-perforating deep sclerotomy with Xenoplast drainage implantation I. Conrad-Hengerer, G. Auffarth, F. Hengerer GERMANY Evaluation of safety and efficacy of cataract surgery combined with pars plana vitrectomy in cases of retinal diseases using a femtosecond laser G. Dushina, V. Kumar, M. Frolov, A. Shradqa, A. Bezzabotnov RUSSIA Results of phacoemulsification and segmental Schlemm’s canal dilation in cataract patients suffering from open angle glaucoma refractory to previous glaucoma surgeries

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E-POSTERS A. Gulani USA Corneoplastique™: art of vision surgery H. Gupta, M. Sachdev, L. Verma, D. Talwar, A. Gupta INDIA Visual outcome and complications of single step micro-incision cataract surgery combined with transpupillary silicon oil removal O. Hurzhii, V. Melnyk UKRAINE Results of new combined cataract and glaucoma operation technique in open-angle glaucoma patients: four years of follow-up V. Kumar, M. Frolov, G. Dushina, A. Shradqa RUSSIA Management of open-angle glaucoma in cataract patients: phacoemulsification and Schlemm’s canal dilation using Kumar’s stainless steel spiral Schlemm’s canal expander, long-term results R. Prasad, A. Badhani, G. Dogra INDIA Terminal chop new technique for full thickness nuclear segmentation in mature hard cataract A. Rozegnał-Madej, A. Kuna, A. Wlaz, T. Zarnowski POLAND Efficacy and safety of a limbal approach phacovitrectomy to treat cataract with asteroid hyalitis (Benson’s disease) A. Shradqa, K. Vinod, F. Mikhail, D. Galina, B. Andrei RUSSIA Safety and effectiveness of modified reverse cyclodialysis in management of open-angle glaucoma in cataract patients

T. Bozkurt TURKEY Posterior polymorphous corneal dystrophy patients as refractive surgery candidates T. Celik TURKEY Effects of intravitreal ranibizumab and aflibercept injections on the corneal endothelium in the treatment of exudative age-related macular degeneration D. Chianello, C. Estacia, A. Gameiro, P. Faccenda, M. Alves BRAZIL Iridocorneal endothelial syndrome: case report of Chandler’s variant B. Clemente, A. Andrade, C. Pinto, C. Jardim BRAZIL Scleral lens adaptation in individuals enrolled in the corneal transplant waiting queue in a hospital in the interior of Brazil C. Cólliga, F. Alcantud, L. Ibares, D. Da Saude, R. Yela, L. Marianas, B. Garcia-Valcarcel SPAIN Neurotrophic corneal ulcer in pediatric patient with rhabdomyosarcoma of the masticator space: management and treatment M. Cosentino, D. Badoza, C. Vargas ARGENTINA Intense pulse light in dry eye challenging cases: long-term results S. Craitoiu, R. Manescu, G. Vitan Cojocaru, M. Craitoiu ROMANIA Corneal histoenzymatic aspects: experimental study O. Daphna ISRAEL The Hyper-CL™ multi-center study

Cornea: Medical A. Abdelghany, M. Genidy, S. Abdelwahab, M. Kamel, J. Alió EGYPT Topical eugenol successfully treats Candida albicans-induced keratitis H. Alfaleh SAUDI ARABIA Total regression of extensive conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia treated with topical mitomycin C 0.04% M. Alnawaiseh, L. Zumhagen, N. Eter GERMANY Corneal densitometry for monitoring amiodarone therapy M. Arunkumar, P. Nivean, S. Malarkodi, N. Madhivanan, M. Nivean INDIA Toxicity of custard apple seeds on the cornea: three effects of a traditional home remedy A. Atanassov, M. Atanassov, M. Konareva-Kostianeva BULGARIA Progression of the topographic indices in patients with keratoconus and pellucid marginal degeneration Z. Ayhan, Z. Ozbek, I. Durak TURKEY Results of stepwise combination therapy in vernal keratoconjunctivitis M. Banteka, L. Mavroudis, A. Nikolakopoulos GREECE Regression of persistent corneal neovascularisation after topical anti-VEGF treatment A. Barata, F. Sousa, V. Silva PORTUGAL Mini scleral rigid gas permeable contact lens fitting for visual rehabilitation in keratoconus M. Benavides, M. Baldo, S. Tauber, S. Fernandez VENEZUELA Where did it come from? M. Bilen Babić, M. Merlak CROATIA Bevacizumab and corneal pathology

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S. Di Lauro, S. Rubio-Martinez, S. Crespo, A. Valisena, N. Cortes, J. Merayo-Lloves, D. Galarreta SPAIN Epidemiology and clinical findings of keratoconus in a tertiary referral hospital in Spain M. Elhanan UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Bacterial keratitis risk factors, pathogens and antibiotic susceptibilities: a 5-year review of cases at Dubai Hospital, Dubai O. Evren Kemer, E. Karaca, D. Ozek TURKEY Herpes simplex virus endothelial keratitis treatment: our protocol Q. Farhood, Y. Kadhim IRAQ Central corneal thickness of Iraqi population in relation to age, gender, refractive errors and corneal curvature: a hospital-based cross-sectional study A. Gad EGYPT Comparison between ganciclovir 0.15% eye gel and acyclovir 3% eye ointment for the treatment of acute herpetic corneal ulcers S. Ganatra, M. Patel INDIA Assessment of corneal endothelial changes in pseudoexfoliation patients using specular microscopy I. Hajji, M. Baali, A. Moutaouakil MOROCCO Evaluation of the quality of life of patients equipped with scleral lenses using a Moroccan version of NEI-VFQ 25 I. Hajji, S. Belghmaidi, M. Baali, A. Moutaouakil MOROCCO Keratoplasty in keratoconus: impact of atopy K. Han, K. Choi, R. Jun SOUTH KOREA Comparison of therapeutic effects of three human-derived materials in a mouse corneal alkali burn model A. Hassan, L. Hammouda, Y. ElKholy EGYPT Central corneal thickness in an Egyptian population M. Henriquez, M. Rincon, J. Mejias, L. Izquierdo PERU Keratoconus progression detected at short-term follow-up and associated risk factors


A. Hervas, S. Garcia-Delpech, R. Diaz Cespedes, P. Udaondo, E. Sanz Marco, D. Salom, A. Cisneros Lanuza SPAIN CACICOL®, the new therapeutic approach to the management of persistent epithelial defects and neurotrophic keratopathy

A. Ozcan, K. Yar, S. Erdogan, Y. Sertdemir, Y. Kuyucu, S. Polat TURKEY Corneal histopathological changes due to topical mitomycin C application in different doses and periods in albino rabbits

B. Issergepova, M. Suleimenov, G. Esenzhan, N. Sabyrbayev, M. Kulmaganbetov KAZAKHSTAN Problems of treatment of corneal ulcers in the background of autoimmune processes

E. Polito, P. Mellace, F. Martino, Y. Litasova, T. Bacci, A. Tarantello, S. Bagaglia ITALY Tear fluid analysis in the neurodegenerative diseases

C. Jardim, B. Clemente, S. Clemente, C. Pinto BRAZIL Epidemiological profile of patients enrolled in the corneal transplantation waiting queue in the interior of Goiás, Brazil J. Kim, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA A new method for treatment in unsatisfied dry eye treatment patients with antioxidant activity and inhibition of excitotoxicity oral drug combined with cyclosporin eye drops K. Kim, K. Deloss, C. Hood SOUTH KOREA Prosthetic replacement of the ocular surface ecosystem (PROSE) for the treatment of limbal stem cell deficiency

S. Saha, J. Sengupta, A. Khetan, D. Chatterjee INDIA Architectural analysis of biofilm formation by the keratitisassociated fungal pathogens on different surfaces H. Santiago Balsera, E. Escobar Martin, C. Del Prado Sanchez, J. Ferreiro Lopez, M. Matilla Rodero, A. Arias Puente SPAIN Ocular rosacea in childhood: diagnosis and evolution L. Sihem ALGERIA The use of corneal scrubbing associated to matrix therapy in the treatment of chronic ulcers

M. Kim, H. Hwang SOUTH KOREA Direct visualization of aqueous tear secretion from lacrimal gland

A. Silva, F. Esteves, A. Borges, J. Salgado-Borges PORTUGAL Preliminary results on rehabilitation of vision using scleralsupported contact lenses after advanced keratoconus and keratoconus surgery

J. Lee, J. Lee, S. Lee, S. Kim, Y. Park SOUTH KOREA Fitting miniscleral contact lenses in Korean patients with keratoconus

J. Song, Y. Eom, S. Baek, H. Kim SOUTH KOREA Meibomian gland dysfunction in patients with chemotherapyinduced lacrimal drainage obstruction

V. Li, S. Yeow, J. Lo, J. Lai, A. Ng, K. Shih HONG KONG Prevalence of symptomatic dry eye disease in an urban Chinese community: a cross-sectional population-based study

U. Sridhar, T. Agarwal INDIA Ex-vivo culture of mammalian corneal epithelial cells on artificial polymer membrane vs human amniotic membrane

A. Loshkareva, D. Maychuk RUSSIA Herpetic recurrent corneal erosion syndrome: opportunities of treatment by platelet-rich plasma

K. Stonecipher, G. Torkildsen, E. McLaurin, L. Villanueva, G. Ousler, D. Hollander USA Cyclosporine ophthalmic emulsion 0.05% in subjects who experience discomfort while engaging in electronic visual tasking: effect on ocular surface staining and visual function

C. Malhotra, D. Dhingra, A. Jain INDIA Primary chemotherapy as the emerging management paradigm for diffuse ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN) R. Malik, K. Malik, V. Malik, S. Kumar, S. Malik INDIA Miracles of amniotic membrane graft in a case of severe alkali burn of the eye L. Martínez Pérez, M. Rodríguez Ares, R. Touriño Peralba, E. Viso Outeiriño, F. Gude Sampedro SPAIN Symptoms and signs of dry eye in patients with keratoconus

M. Tiveron Jr, L. Bataille, F. Cavas-Martinez, D. Fernandez-Pacheco, J. Alió SPAIN Analysis of morphogeometric variables for the diagnosis of keratoconus with mild visual limitation I. van der Meulen, S. van de Wouw, R. Lapid-Gortzak, C. Nieuwendaal, T. van den Berg THE NETHERLANDS Straylight in fish eye disease

K. Meades, A. White, T. Chan, C. Bala AUSTRALIA A novel topical therapy for corneal blood staining using deferiprone

S. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, S. Srivastava, R. Chauhan INDIA Changes of ocular higher order aberration and visual quality in keratoconus eyes following rigid gas-permeable contact lens use

E. Mrukwa-Kominek, M. Nowak, R. Kinasz, A. Urgacz-Lechowicz POLAND Cyclosporine A in the treatment of patients with severe dry eye

N. Volkova, T. Pochtarenko, I. Oleshenko RUSSIA Immunomodulatory therapy for keratitis complicated by corneal epithelial insufficiency

A. Ng, B. Choy, M. Mok HONG KONG Comparison of tear osmolarity in rheumatoid arthritis patients with and without secondary Sjögren’s syndrome

R. Yela Delgado, M. Pascual Gonzalez, L. Ibares Frias, J. Da Saude Lourenco, C. Colliga Jimenez, P. Balado Vazquez, B. Garcia-Valcarcel Gonzalez SPAIN A typical Terrien's marginal degeneration: review of 2 cases

F. Orucoglu TURKEY Application of Matrix Therapy Agent (RGTA) for the treatment of corneal disorders Z. Ozbek, Z. Ayhan, C. Yildirim, I. Durak TURKEY Topical matrix regenerative therapy for corneal advanced neurotrophic ulcers

N. Yesilirmak, Y. Akova TURKEY Persistent epithelial defect in graft versus host disease resistant to conventional therapy P. Yoneda, V. Figueiredo Silva, C. Coral Ghanem BRAZIL Modern sclerals: indication, use and evolution. Prospective study based on the Brazilian population – a possible alternative to corneal transplantation S. Zirtiloglu, N. Dincer, T. Alpar Akcetin, K. Eltutar TURKEY Ocular cystinosis that presented with photophobia

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E-POSTERS Cornea: Surgical M. Abdel Rahman EGYPT Femtosecond-assisted ipsilateral rotational lamellar autokeratoplasty for treating central corneal opacities F. Abdulaliyeva, E. Kasimov, Y. Abdiyeva, N. Khidirova AZERBAIJAN Remote results of deep anterior lamellar and penetrating keratoplasty in keratoconus patients R. Abubaker, D. Anwar IRAQ Comparison between the results of Anwar’s big-bubble deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty and Anwar’s scissors deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty T. Agarwal, R. Mukhija, P. Maharana, R. Sinha, N. Sharma, J. Titiyal INDIA Role of therapeutic contact lens in epithelial healing following Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty: an RCT N. Agrawal INDIA Supra-tenon's excision of pterygium C. Alba Linero, M. Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, T. Lupion Duran SPAIN Surgical controversies in the management of autoimmune diseases of the cornea: two case reports M. AlQurashi, S. AlMalki SAUDI ARABIA Manual laser arcuate keratotomy procedures for the correction of post-keratoplasty astigmatism E. Altinkurt, A. Ugurlu TURKEY Penetrating keratoplasty in geriatric age at a tertiary referral center in Istanbul E. Alyamac Sukgen, Y. Kocluk TURKEY Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK): intraoperative and postoperative complications with clinical results M. Amro, E. Jarade, A. Haydar LEBANON Simultaneous keratolimbal autograft and penetrating autokeratoplasty: a single-stage procedure to restore monocular vision of a blind patient with limbal stem cell deficiency D. Anwar IRAQ Outcome of the first six Boston Type I keratoprosthesis surgeries in Iraq D. Araks, A. Hovakimyan, A. Malayan, A. Davtyan, A. Hovakimyan, A. Malayan ARMENIA Our experience in the treatment of PUK-like herpetic lesions A. Arteaga, C. Thomas, K. Padilla, C. Kabir, R. Lopez, D. Silva, O. Lopez USA Topographic and visual outcomes after intracorneal ring segment implantation for treatment of progressive keratoconus A. Arundhati, D. Tan, J. Mehta, S. Leung SINGAPORE Outcomes of DSAEK in eyes with secondary IOL implants J. Ashar INDIA Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK): learning curve in the first 50 cases T. Baban, R. Daoud, F. Sammouh, E. Warrak LEBANON Intracorneal ring segment extrusion managed by explantation and corneal tissue replacement: a case report of a novel technique M. Bhogal, G. Peh, J. Mehta UK Presence of an intact basement membrane enhances corneal endothelial cell migration, proliferation and maintenance of a normal phenotype in-vivo

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R. Birbal, V. Zygoura, L. Baydoun, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Dark endothelial spots after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty may impose as recurrent Fuchs' dystrophy J. Brour, M. Ouederni, I. Mrad, M. Cheour TUNISIA Utility of anterior segment optical coherence tomography after penetrating keratoplasty M. Cabanas, A. Martinez, A. Munoz, M. Romero, F. Llovet, R. Ruiz, F. Pastor SPAIN Topography and aberrometric changes in 30 eyes with intracorneal segments J. Cabrerizo, S. Aziz, M. la Cour DENMARK In vivo confocal microscopy assessment of Descemet-stromal interface in Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty F. Camesasca, P. Vinciguerra, R. Vinciguerra, S. Trazza ITALY Sequential customized therapeutic keratectomy for severe Salzmann corneal nodular degeneration: long-term follow-up A. Cano-Ortiz, A. Villarrubia, L. Leon-Ibanez SPAIN Phototherapeutic keratectomy (PTK) guided topography ablation as treatment for corneal irregular astigmatism R. Carneiro de Freitas, F. Faria-Correia, M. Salomao, R. Ambrosio PORTUGAL Intracorneal ring segments with asymmetric thickness profile for keratoconus: 6 months follow-up R. Carneiro de Freitas, T. Monteiro, F. Faria-Correia, N. Franqueira, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation in young patients under 20 years old with keratoconus: clinical results and disease progression after a 2 year follow-up E. Chan, P. Finn, E. Chong AUSTRALIA Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty: a comparison of endothelial cell survival between a novel tri-fold (endothelial-in), pull through technique and a scroll (endothelial-out) injection technique D. Choudhary INDIA Bowman's layer tucking for non-healing, non-infected corneal ulcers D. Choudhary INDIA Sutureless anterior lamellar keratoplasty for superficial corneal opacities T. Chowdhury, N. Das, A. Pradhan INDIA Outcomes of tenonplasty in ocular thermal injury: study done in a tertiary eye care centre in India T. Chowdhury, A. Pradhan, N. Das, M. Das INDIA Outcomes of traumatic wound dehiscence following penetrating keratoplasty and deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: an Indian scenario M. Cortina, K. Kang, R. Rai, J. Kang, A. Yeung, J. De la Cruz USA Long-term visual outcomes and complications of Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis (KPro) as a primary surgical modality E. Coskunseven TURKEY Experience with progressive thickness intrastromal corneal ring segments for keratoconic eyes L. Daniel Ponniah, A. Agarwal INDIA Why I prefer PDEK (pre-Descemet's endothelial keratoplasty) advantages over DSEK/DMEK/PK O. Daphna ISRAEL An artificial corneal endothelial implant in animal models: 4 years' experience


R. Di Cicco, A. Balestrazzi, E. Balestrazzi, P. Michieletto, C. Tamburrelli ITALY Surgical management of subepithelial nodules in keratoconus

Z. Hlinomazova, M. Vokrojova, L. Filipova, I. Fiser CZECH REPUBLIC DMEK: a suitable treatment of endothelial insufficiency after complicated vitreoretinal surgeries?

S. Dunker, M. Dickman, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Prognostic value of intraoperative OCT with regard to graft adherence in endothelial keratoplasty

M. Hlozanek, K. Hlozankova, D. Krizova, Y. Klimesova, A. Klezlova, P. Studeny CZECH REPUBLIC Clinical outcomes of triple procedure pre-Descemet's endothelial keratoplasty (PDEK) and cataract surgery

D. Dursun Altınors, L. Asena TURKEY Limbal stem cell transplantation for restoration of ocular surface health in bilateral limbal stem cell deficiency R. Esteves Marques, D. Cordeiro Sousa, A. Goncalves, A. Quintas, P. Guerra, W. Rodrigues PORTUGAL DMEK vs DSAEK for Fuchs' endothelial dystrophy: a meta-analysis of comparative studies S. Farrokhi, M. Spitzer, J. Steinberg, T. Katz, S. Linke GERMANY Combined treatment including superficial lamellar keratectomy, phototherapeutic keratectomy and mitomycin C for Salzmann’s nodular degeneration H. Filipe, J. Feijao, M. Carvalho PORTUGAL DSAEK in the realm of glaucoma drainage implants J. Flecha, M. Ariza-Gracia, B. Calvo Calzada, M. del Buey SPAIN 3D simulation of intrastromal corneal ring implant for keratoconus stabilization M. Fortunato, A. Di Zazzo, S. Crugliano, S. Bonini ITALY The challenging management of paediatric corneal transplantation: an overview of surgical and clinical experiences G. Giannaccare, L. Sapigni, C. Bovone, V. Scorcia, M. Busin ITALY Stromal rejection after deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty utilizing grafts of large-diameter (9mm) N. Gineva, B. Ivanovska-Adjievska, S. Boskurt MACEDONIA Postoperative results of treatment of keratoconus with radial keratotomy E. Gkaragkani, C. Da Costa Paula, D. Mitry, F. Aiello, S. Georgoulas, Z. Gatzioufas, V. Saw UK Outcomes of therapeutic penetrating keratoplasty for microbial keratitis A. Gonçalves, D. Cordeiro Sousa, R. Marques, A. Quintas, P. Guerra, W. Rodrigues PORTUGAL Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: a retrospective review of an 8-years experience S. Graffi, P. Leon, M. Busin ISRAEL Outcomes of ultrathin DSAEK performed in eyes with primary failure DMEK J. Grandin, C. Gordillo, A. Lotfi ARGENTINA Bilateral and sequential intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation combined with simultaneous flash corneal collagen cross-linking for the treatment of bilateral keratoconus J. Grandin, C. Gordillo, A. Lotfi ARGENTINA High astigmatism post DALK, simultaneous treatment with combined ICRs and cross-linking A. Hamroush, E. Craig UK Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) 5 year follow-up at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital H. Hasby EGYPT DALK using sterile cornea D. Haszcz, T. Zarnowski, A. Wlaz POLAND To remove or not to remove: revealing a piece of ophthalmic instrument in the eye after DSAEK

Y. Ho, D. Ma TAIWAN Surgical outcome of deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty with air-assisted manual dissection for corneas with previous inflammation or fibrosis M. Hosny EGYPT Femtosecond laser-assisted anterior lamellar keratoplasty for herpetic corneal scars M. Idrees SAUDI ARABIA Pericorneal injection of bevacizumab for treating corneal vascularization Y. Ilyina, P. Bezdetko UKRAINE Corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) improves healing in stromal herpetic keratitis E. Infantes Molina, E. Avendano Cantos, D. Mesa Varona, J. Galvez Martinez, A. Barrajon Rodriguez, J. Celis Sanches SPAIN Visual function and high order aberrations in corneal transplantation techniques I. Iskakov RUSSIA Femtosecond laser parameters for trepanation of hypothermic storage donor and recipient corneas L. Izquierdo, A. Orozco, M. Henriquez PERU New technique for femtosecond laser-assisted intracorneal ring segment implantation S. Jacob INDIA CAIRS (corneal allogenic intrastromal ring segments): a new technique for treatment of keratoconus S. Jacob INDIA SMILE lenticule-assisted lamellar tattooing for limbal dermoid K. Jadidi, F. Nejat IRAN Clinical outcomes of trifocal intraocular lens implantation after cataract surgery K. Jadidi, S. Pirhadi, F. Nejat IRAN Comparison of the MyoRing implantation depth and visual outcomes by Mechanical versus PocketMaker methods X. Jin CHINA Treatment of HSK combined with corneal perforation or impending perforations with acellular porcine cornea stroma graft R. Jones, R. Littlewood, M. Edwards, M. Raynor UK Functional and anatomical success following intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation M. Kamel, M. Omar, M. Ramdan, A. Swelam EGYPT Phakic intraocular lens (PIOL) implantation vs INTACS corneal rings to manage anisometropic myopic amblyopia in children R. Karadag, N. Bayram, S. Oguztuzun, B. Bozer, G. Guler Simsek, C. Rapuano TURKEY An investigation of human beta defensins and cathelicidin expression in patients with pterygium M. Khan, J. Martin, P. Mathewson, S. Shah UK Mid-stromal lamellar keratoplasty: a new surgical technique for advanced keratoconus

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E-POSTERS Y. Kim, J. Kim, J. Jeoung, M. Kim, K. Park, W. Wee, J. Oh SOUTH KOREA Clinical feature of corneal opacity and outcome of penetrating keratoplasty in patients with primary congenital glaucoma

E. Malyutina, B. Malyugin, O. Antonova RUSSIA Clinical outcomes of central circular descemetorhexis and DMEK in patients with Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy

Y. Klimesova, K. Hlozankova, D. Krizova, A. Klezlova, P. Studeny CZECH REPUBLIC Refractive outcomes of combined procedure pre-Descement’s endothelial keratoplasty (PDEK) and cataract surgery

V. Mas-Tur, D. Said, H. Dua UK Pre-Descemet's endothelial keratoplasty: the PDEK clamp for successful PDEK

Y. Koçluk, E. Alyamac Sukgen TURKEY A comparative study: deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty for corneal dystrophies using two different donor stromal tissues S. Kostenev, I. Mushkova RUSSIA Implantation the intrastromal ring corneal segments on advanced technology at treatment keratoconus using two femtosecond lasers platforms P. Leon, M. Parekh, Y. Nahum, M. Mimouni, B. Filipovich-Ricci, R. Spena, C. Bovone ITALY Factors associated with early detachment in primary Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty M. Liontiris, P. Papadakou, G. Saitakis, M. Papathanassiou GREECE Posterior graft dislocation during Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK) in an eye with congenital glaucoma R. Littlewood, R. Jones, M. Edwards, M. Raynor UK Three year patient satisfaction and complication rates following intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation for the treatment of corneal ectasia M. Loukil, S. Kammoun, S. Gargouri, O. Ben Lassoued, F. Hamza, A. Trigui, J. Feki TUNISIA Indications and outcome of paediatric corneal transplantation in Tunisia F. Luengo Gimeno, F. Arasanz ARGENTINA Femtosecond laser-assisted sutureless anterior lamellar keratoplasty (FALK): two years follow-up F. Luengo Gimeno, F. Arasanz ARGENTINA Management of an upside down graft of a Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty in an eye with iridocorneal endothelial syndrome and previous graft failure F. Machado, P. Reis, W. Gomes BRAZIL Analysis of the asphericity (Q) outcomes measured with Petacam HR (PHR) in patients with keratoconus (KC) who underwent the implantation of Ferrara´s intrastromal corneal ring segment (FICRS)

J. Mehta, M. Fuest, Y. Liu, M. Coroneo SINGAPORE Femtosecond laser pterygium surgery T. Müller, I. Lavy, R. Verdijk, M. Bruinsma, J. Parker, P. Binder, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Postmortem evaluation of wound healing after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) V. Naumenko, M. Pravosudova RUSSIA Bilateral penetrating autokeratoplasty M. Omiadze GEORGIA Combined femtosecond laser-assisted intracorneal ring implantation and corneal collagen cross-linking for treatment of keratoconic patients with thin corneas M. Ortube SPAIN Intracorneal rings (ICR) outcome in patients with Down and Asperger syndrome E. Ozdemir, M. Ozmen TURKEY DMEK in an aphakic vitrectomized eye with large iris defect: problems and solutions A. Pashtaev, B. Malyugin, S. Izmailova RUSSIA UT-DSEK with Russian femto-laser system: first experience L. Patrao Buscacio, E. Buscacio, M. Alves, D. Chianello, A. Lacerda, H. Caminha BRAZIL Bilateral corneal perforation due to aggressive Mooren’s ulceration A. Pelit, S. Aksoy TURKEY Narrow-strip conjunctival graft for double-head pterygium S. Pinho, P. Cardoso, J. Pinheiro Costa, L. Torrão, R. Moreira, F. Falcão-Reis PORTUGAL Chemical corneal de-epithelization: a simple, safe and effective surgical adjuvant procedure on early diagnosis acanthamoeba keratitis management M. Roig-Revert, C. Peris-Martinez, E. Fernandez-Lopez, M. Hernandez SPAIN Coexistent keratoconus (KC) and Fuchs’ endothelial dystrophy (FED), a therapeutic challenge?

S. Madi, R. Aggarwal, H. El-Kasaby EGYPT Outcomes of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) at Southend University Hospital

S. Rose, M. Whitten USA Shape-changing hydrogel corneal inlay for the correction of presbyopia

S. Madi, J. Beltz, M. El-Anwar EGYPT Outcomes of femtosecond-assisted mushroom keratoplasty

A. Roufas, E. Hollick, N. Kopsachilis UK Reducing graft detachment and need for rebubbling following Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK)

K. Mahmood PAKISTAN Big bubble deep lamellar keratoplasty in anterior corneal diseases: a Pakistani perspective K. Mahmood PAKISTAN Redo penetrating keratoplasty: indications, visual outcome and complications

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A. Saad, R. Courtin, C. Panthier, D. Gatinel FRANCE Planned Descemetorhexis without endothelial keratoplasty in eyes with Fuchs' corneal endothelial dystrophy F. Sabatino, M. Tappin UK Twelve-year clinical outcome of the first patient undergoing bilateral true endothelial cell transplantation (Tencell), a preliminary form of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK)


M. Salah, R. Moussa EGYPT Urgent penetrating keratoplasty as visual and tectonic graft for treatment of infective keratitis C. Sarnicola, E. Sarnicola, F. Sabatino, V. Sarnicola ITALY Irrigating oriented cannulas for graft unfolding in Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty G. Schmidinger AUSTRIA Evaluation of donor cornea trephination with a femtosecondlaser with and without application N. Senchenko, M. Shanturova RUSSIA Results of penetrating keratoplasty in patients with complicated leukoma T. Senoo, K. Nakamura, M. Bando, S. Itoh, T. Miyajima JAPAN Quality of lamellar surgery using several different incision methods with a femtosecond laser (FSL) M. Shanturova, N. Senchenko RUSSIA Primary failure of corneal graft after penetrating keratoplasty: a clinical case H. Sitnik, Y. Slonimsky, A. Slonimsky, T. Imshenetskaya BELARUS Femtosecond laser-assisted refractive autokeratoplasty in advanced keratoconus A. Soares, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria-Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Clinical outcomes of implantation of Ferrara intrastromal corneal ring segments in patients with astigmatism after penetrating keratoplasty D. Sousa, A. Goncalves, A. Quintas, P. Guerra, W. Rodrigues PORTUGAL Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty and anterior chamber anatomy: a case series M. Taha, R. Tan, E. Santiago, N. Noordah, K. Baig CANADA Aberrations induced by Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) R. Tan, P. Morales, M. Taha, E. Santiago, N. Noordeh, Y. Yang, K. Baig CANADA Comparison of punching techniques for preparation of endothelial grafts for Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty S. Tolees, A. Eldanasoury SAUDI ARABIA 4 years clinical outcomes of big bubble deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty in patients with keratoconus A. Tourkmani, A. Turnbull, P. Hossain, A. Konstantopoulos, D. Anderson UK Non pachymetric, air-guided thin manual Descemet's/non Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty (TM (n)DSEK) donor lenticle dissection: outcomes of graft thickness and complication rate G. Vizzari, P. Bordin ITALY A new surgical technique to perform a deep lamellar keratoplasty in patient with keratoconus: intrastromal keratoplasty (ISK) M. Vokrojova, Z. Hlinomazova, L. Filipova, J. Sach CZECH REPUBLIC DMEK surgery and ICE syndrome

A. Volinia, L. Avoni, A. Bratu, A. Saitta, D. D'Eliseo ITALY Our first results in UT-DSAEK using anterior chamber pressure (ACP) system in combination with One Use-Plus (OUP) automated microkeratome A. Youssef, A. Mazen, E. Sylvain, Z. Karen, J. Elias FRANCE Intracorneal ring segment implantation for keratoconus: topographic and clinical effects of 1 vs 2 ring segments

Corneal Biomechanics S. El-Khoury, M. Amro, K. Zaarour, Y. Abdelmassih, E. Jarade LEBANON Clinical and topographic effects of combined ICRS implantation and cross-linking with respect to patient age H. Elsobky, S. El Gohary, M. Zein El Din EGYPT Evaluation of corneal biomechanical properties before and after LASIK for treatment of myopia E. Ghazaryan ARMENIA Novel approaches in keratoconus diagnosis A. Gulani USA Retrospective analysis of an ocular sealant for wound closure in post-radial keratotomy cataract patients B. Kang, J. Jeoung, J. Oh SOUTH KOREA Corneal fibrosis-related pseudoglaucoma: three case reports A. Kirgiz TURKEY The role of ocular response analyzer in differentiation of forme fruste keratoconus from high corneal astigmatism E. Mouhcine, B. Mohamed, S. Asmaa, O. Yousra MOROCCO The refractive power of the corneal epithelium in keratoconus F. Nejat Sajad, K. Jadidi, S. Pirhadi IRAN Studying the parameters of a new Scheimpflug-based noncontact device (CorVis ST) on normal eyes of the Iranian society P. Padmanabhan, S. Mahadik Anant, P. Vasant Kataria, R. Ambrosio INDIA New integrated indices for diagnosis of mild keratoconus Z. Pniakowska, P. Jurowski POLAND Impact of preoperative astigmatism on corneal biomechanics and accurate IOP measurement after micro-incision phacoemulsification

Cross-Linking A. Aghbar, A. Abu Shanab PALESTINE Extensive corneal neovascularization treatment by ultraviolet corneal collagen cross-linking S. Akkaya Turhan, E. Toker, S. Akkaya Turhan, F. Onur AydÄąn TURKEY Clinical results of repeated corneal collagen cross-linking in progressive keratoconus A. Al Abri, A. Al Augail, N. Raj Mohan OMAN Effect of accelerated collagen corneal cross-linking in arresting the progression of keratoconus amongst young Omani population: one year follow-up results E. Albe, P. Vinciguerra, F. Claudia ITALY Long-term visual, refractive, topographic and tomographic results of standard epi-off corneal cross-linking in patients with progressive keratoconus

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E-POSTERS P. Arriola-Villalobos, J. Almendral-Gomez, D. Diaz-Valle SPAIN Corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus: long-term results S. Asgari, H. Hashemi, A. Mohamadi, E. Jafarzadehpur, M. Miraftab, S. Shahhoseini, A. Fotouhi IRAN Scotopic contrast sensitivity and glare after accelerated corneal cross-linking S. Bagaglia, C. Mazzotta ITALY 15mW-pulsed-light high-irradiance accelerated cross-linking in progressive keratoconus: 2-years clinical results A. Bardan, M. Shaheen, M. Elkateb, H. Helaly UK Wavefront-guided photorefractive keratectomy using a high resolution aberrometer after corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus V. Barnett, J. Than, O. Bowes, F. Allen, E. Trocme, S. Coutts, A. Barsam UK Pulsed light accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking using an 18mW/cm2 2 seconds on, 1 second off protocol for keratoconus: 1 year outcomes

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Variable shape and energy delivered (ED), topographycustomized (TG) CXL: 4-year efficacy and stability in the initialglobally clinical experience H. Khairy, K. Said-Ahmed, A. Zaky, H. Elkashory EGYPT Conventional vs accelerated corneal cross-linking in the treatment of keratoconus: a medium-term randomized study L. Kolodziejski, I. Grabska-Liberek, J. Izdebska, J. Szaflik POLAND Keratoconus treatment: comparison of selected methods C. Kranemann CANADA Corneal cross-linking with or without pocket for refractive correction A. Lange, G. Moloney, S. Mosquera, D. Lin, S. Holland CANADA Keratometry as predictive value in topography-guided PRK and CXL in keratoconus eyes D. Lin, S. Holland, J. Hogden, N. Davey CANADA Topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy and collagen cross-linking for post-LASIK ectasia

V. Camps, D. Pinero, E. Caravaca SPAIN Algorithm for correcting keratometric error in the estimation of corneal power in keratoconus eyes after accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking

C. Malhotra, R. Balamurugan, A. Jain, A. Gupta, J. Ram INDIA Short-term comparison of transepithelial corneal collagen crosslinking (TECXL) and contact lens-assisted corneal collagen crosslinking (CACXL) for progressive keratoconus with thin corneas

A. Cantemir, A. Alexa, D. Chiselita, D. Costin ROMANIA Iontophoretic collagen cross-linking for ectasia after LASIK and photorefractive keratectomy: long-term results

G. Monaco, M. Gari, A. Scialdone ITALY Straylight in keratoconus patients submitted to collagen crosslinking: conventional vs iontophoresis

D. Chatterjee, J. Sengupta, A. Khetan INDIA A pilot study to evaluate corneal volume as a determinant of effectiveness of cross-linking

S. Ong Tone, N. Singal, S. El-Defrawy, W. Hatch CANADA Collagen cross-linking (CXL) alone vs CXL and simultaneous intracorneal ring segments vs CXL and simultaneous topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy in patients with keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration and LASIKinduced corneal ectasia

S. Chaudhary, J. Goyal, V. Veerwal INDIA Corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus in thin corneas using iso-osmolar riboflavin 0.1% in HPMC D. Chianello, M. Alves, A. Peroba, L. Patrao Buscacio, P. Contarini, P. Polisuk BRAZIL Aseptic corneal necrosis after corneal cross-linking S. Den, K. Kasai, N. Kato, J. Shimazaki JAPAN Prospective randomized clinical study comparing accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking with 5% NaCl hypertonic saline in bullous keratopathy in Asian eyes A. Dogan, C. Gurdal, S. Caliskan, E. Onder, A. Isgoren TURKEY Corneal cross-linking with topical ozone application: is it possible? F. Faria-Correia, T. Monteiro, L. Oliveira, F. Vaz, R. Ambrosio Jr. PORTUGAL Athens protocol for corneal ectasia: experience of first cases D. Gupta, R. Sachdev, M. Sachdev INDIA Tailored stromal expansion for cross-linking thin corneas in corneal ectasia A. Haddad, I. Zaboroyski, D. Abelski, V. Krasilnikova BELARUS Corneal collagen cross-linking treatment in patients after laser in situ keratomileusis corneal ectasia H. Hasani IRAN Simultaneous transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy and corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus S. Holland, D. Lin, J. Hogden, N. Davey, S. Mosquera CANADA PTK or PRK with corneal collagen cross-linking: chasing superior outcomes!

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D. Ozek, O. Kemer TURKEY Effect of corneal stromal depth of the demarcation line in accelerated corneal cross-linking D. Ozek, O. Kemer TURKEY Outcomes of accelerated corneal cross-linking in keratoconic eyes with thin corneas P. Papadakou, M. Liontiris, G. Saitakis, M. Papathanassiou GREECE Late-onset deep corneal scarring after epithelium-off corneal cross-linking L. Papaioannou, D. Laverick, A. Konstantopoulos, D. Anderson, A. Turnbull, E. Karmiris, P. Hossain UK Accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking for progressive keratoconus: safety and efficacy J. Park, H. Koo, J. Lee, S. Lee, M. Kim, K. Kim SOUTH KOREA Comparison of reflectance confocal microscopy and twophoton microscopy in SMILE with accelerated cross-linking in rabbit model ex vivo D. PiĂąero, A. Guillon, A. Artola, P. Ruiz-Fortes, R. Perez-Cambrodi, R. Soto-Negro SPAIN Vector analysis of corneal astigmatic changes occurring after accelerated transepithelial corneal collagen cross-linking in corneal ectasia G. Prakash, V. Jhanji, R. Philip, R. Bacero, D. Srivastava UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Evaluation of statistical limits of parametric variability in crosslinked keratoconic corneas: when to define treatment failure/ progression after cross-linking?


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E-POSTERS F. Rezvan, H. Hashemi, S. Asgari, S. Mehravaran, M. Miraftab, R. Ghaffari, A. Fotouhi IRAN Corneal biomechanics after accelerated cross-linking: comparison between 18 mW/cm2 and 9 mW/cm2 protocols

E. Usubov, M. Bikbov, V. Surkova, L. Khalimova, K. Titoyan, S. Mukhamadieva RUSSIA Topography of the demarcation line after UV corneal cross-linking with progressive keratoconus

P. Rosetta, R. Vinciguerra, E. Legrottaglie, V. Romano, R. Piscopo, E. Morenghi, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Transepithelial iontophoresis collagen cross-linking vs iontophoresis CXL with epithelial debridement vs standard CXL: one year clinical results of a prospective clinical study

V. Virijevic, V. Suvajac, K. Savic, M. Vujanic, B. Djurovic SERBIA Management of pellucid marginal corneal degeneration with simultaneous photorefractive keratectomy and collagen cross-linking

I. Sab, O. Lezrek, N. Taouri, L. Elkaissoumi, Y. Rifay, A. Amazouzi, O. Cherkaoui MOROCCO Microbial keratitis following corneal collagen cross-linking M. Santos, A. Rosa, A. Martins, J. Gil, C. Tavares, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL Phototherapeutic keratectomy versus manual epithelial debridement on cross-linking procedures for progressive keratoconus S. Shoukry EGYPT Standard vs transepithelial collagen cross-linking in management of keratoconus A. Sideri, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Athens Protocol (AP): CXL combined with partial topo-guided excimer (TGL) for keratoconus (KC) previously treated with CXL D. Simeonova, M. Boyadzhieva, Y. Manolova, C. Grupcheva BULGARIA Combined treatment of corneal ulcer: photoactivated riboflavin cross-linking and amniotic membrane transplantation V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Variable pattern and fluence refractive (R) CXL in keratoconus: long-term efficacy and stability H. Suleman, D. Dacosta, S. Gurney, M. Khan, S. Shah UK Collagen shield-assisted corneal cross-linking in progressive keratoconus with corneal thickness below 400¾m M. Taskapili, Y. Yildirim, A. Agca, B. Kepez Yildiz, O. Olcucu, S. Genc, M. Arici TURKEY Accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus patients with Down syndrome J. Than, A. Davidson, R. Cann, E. Trocme, F. Allen, A. Barsam UK Phototherapeutic epithelial-guided keratectomy (PTEK): a novel trans-epithelial OCT-guided phototherapeutic keratectomy protocol combined with corneal collagen crosslinking – keratoconus outcomes M. Theodoridis, P. Jaycock UK Corneal collagen cross-linking for progressive keratoconus: one year follow-up M. Tomita JAPAN Combined OCT-guided femtosecond laser-assisted intracorneal ring segment (ICRS) implantation and corneal collagen crosslinking (CXL) using intracorneal riboflavin injection for the correction of corneal ectasia N. Tsintsadze, M. Dvali, T. Abramia, N. Kvaratskhelia GEORGIA Corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) with hypoosmolar riboflavin for thin cornea keratoconus L. Tulasiram, R. Al Saeidi, A. Alugail, D. Deshmukh, N. Raj Mohan OMAN Effect of collagen cross-linking in arresting the progression of keratoconus amongst the Omani population: our experience

Q. Zeng CHINA Simultaneous wavefront-guided photorefractive keratectomy and accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus

Endophthalmitis/Ocular Infections H. Aghamollaei, K. Jadidi, H. Safabakhsh, M. Moosazadeh Moghadam IRAN Antibacterial activity and safety evaluation of a cationic peptide as a candidate for antibacterial agent in rabbit eye Y. Altay, M. Kocamaz, G. Demirok, Y. Topalak, P. Altiaylik Ozer, A. Sengun TURKEY Efficacy of azithromycin 1.5% eye drops on the signs and symptoms of patients with chronic blepharitis J. da Saude Lourenco, B. Garcia-Valcarcel Gonzalez, R. Yela Delgado, F. Alcantud Jimenez, L. Ibares Frias, C. Colliga Jimenez, R. Blanco Soler SPAIN Fungal keratitis caused by Scedosporium apiospermum: a report of two cases and review of treatment A. Francone, F. Pellegrino ARGENTINA Radiant energy and refractory corneal abscess H. Fukuoka, H. Yoshioka, K. Yoneda, C. Sotozono JAPAN Extended removal of continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis including fungal lesions in a Stevens-Johnson patient after cataract surgery D. Gallagher, E. McElnea, G. Fahy IRELAND Recrudescence of an uncommon corneal infection D. Gosling UK Candida parapsilosis endothelial abscess following phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation J. Hoffman, S. Verma, H. Jasim, J. Dart UK Acanthamoeba keratitis at a London ophthalmic referral hospital: a two-year retrospective observational study N. Lau, D. Flanagan, R. Angunawela, R. Manuel, G. Kuit, M. Wilkins UK A cluster of fungal endophthalmitis following elective corneal transplantation R. Mencucci, M. Cennamo, E. Favuzza ITALY Efficacy of 0.6% povidone-iodine eye drops in reducing the conjunctival bacterial flora of patients undergoing cataract surgery R. Rajagopal, A. Ketan Desai, L. Therase INDIA Clinical and microbiological profile of eyes collected from multiorgan donors in a tertiary care centre: can they be used? N. Santana, Y. Henry THE NETHERLANDS Corneal culture collection: what is best?

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A. Rashed EGYPT Lifting a femtoflap first time after two days of flap creation: opening the unopened?

K. Abdelazeem, M. Ismail, H. Elsedfy, M. Aly EGYPT Femtosecond laser-assisted MyoRing implantation for keratoconous

S. Rebrikov, O. Kostin, A. Ovchinnikov, A. Stepanov RUSSIA Estimation of SMILE operation results using VisuMax femtosecond laser after keratoplasty

M. Ang, F. Mohd, H. Hla Myint, J. Mehta SINGAPORE Intraoperative experience and postoperative symptoms after small incision lenticule extraction versus laser in-situ keratomileusis in a randomized trial

D. Teenan UK Efficacy of intrastromal arcuate keratotomy (ISAK) created with the Catalys femtosecond laser for the correction of astigmatism

A. Bansal, S. Maaz INDIA Predictability, efficacy and safety of femtosecond laserassisted small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) for correction of myopia and astigmatism

L. Valesova, J. Miksovska, E. Jerhotova, V. Halikova, S. Skorkovska, R. Piovarci, J. Hycl CZECH REPUBLIC Refractive surgeries of employees of eye clinics in Czech and Slovak Republic

S. Brogelli, M. Fantozzi, F. Fortunato ITALY The opportunity and the possibility of preserving the stromal lenticules extracted during SMILE procedures Y. Dong, T. Poole UK The efficacy of femtosecond laser astigmatic keratotomies combined with femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery E. El-Mayah, M. Hosny, M. Salem, M. Anis EGYPT Comparison of corneal asphericity and higher order aberration changes after Q-adjusted aspheric FS-LASIK and FS-SMILE C. Ganapathi, K. Kudlu, S. Shetty, V. Jain INDIA Six month review of contrast sensitivity, high-order aberrations, spherical aberrations and complications after small incision lenticule extraction (ReLEx SMILE) J. Grzeszkowiak POLAND Correction of high myopic astigmatism with small incision lenticule extraction (ReLEx SMILE) D. Horodynska, M. Oleczek POLAND My SMILE complications M. Hosny EGYPT Combining femtosecond laser-assisted arcuate incisions and topography-guided ablation for the management of post-PKP astigmatism E. Kim, D. Kang, D. Reinstein, T. Archer, G. Carp, H. Lee, T. Kim SOUTH KOREA Agreement of centration evaluation after SMILE between videokeratoscopic-based tangential curvature difference maps and Scheimpflug-based pachymetry difference maps O. Kostin, S. Rebrikov, A. Ovchinnikov, A. Stepanov RUSSIA Estimation of functional results after SMILE operation with vacuum loss R. Kumar UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Review of visual outcome between femtosecond LASIK and small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) S. Kwitko, B. Schneider De Araujo BRAZIL Femtosecond laser-assisted arcuate keratotomy (femto-AK) for high post-keratoplasty astigmatism R. Morris, J. Dermott, J. Bhatt, C. O'Donnell, A. Hartwig UK Visual and refractive outcome of small incision lenticule extraction laser vision correction Z. Pรกvkovรก, H. Mensikova, R. Havranek, J. Kacerovska CZECH REPUBLIC Application of ReLEx SMILE technique in a patient with myopia previously treated with photorefractive keratectomy

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Femtolaser-Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS) M. Afifi EGYPT FLACS: my indications A. Akman, L. Asena, S. Gur Gungor, S. Cezairlioglu TURKEY Comparison of visual and refractive outcomes with femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery vs conventional phacoemulsification C. Bala, T. Thomas, A. Siu, K. Meades AUSTRALIA Corneal incision position during femtosecond cataract surgery (FLACS) A. Bansal INDIA Efficacy of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) in hard cataracts P. Bianca Maria, M. Radu, G. Monica ROMANIA The advantages of femtosecond laser-assisted anterior capsulotomy in peculiar cases S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA Comparison of astigmatism correction between anterior penetrating and intrastromal arcuate incisions in eyes undergoing femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery J. Cezon SPAIN Management of bilateral lens subluxation using femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) M. De Maria, T. Verdina, E. Fornasari, G. Torlai, R. Peschiera, G. Cavallini ITALY Efficacy and safety of femtosecond laser-assisted biaxial microincision cataract surgery compared with standard phacoemulsification cataract surgery: 12 months follow-up Y. Dong, T. Poole UK The outcome of femtosecond laser astigmatic keratotomies combined with femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery B. Dzhashi, V. Fokin, N. Kadatskaya RUSSIA Practice record of femtolaser-assisted cataract phacoemulsification M. Eren TURKEY Comparison of phacoemulsification parameter differences between conventional phacoemulsification surgery and femtosececond laser-assisted phacoemulsification surgery


A. Farkas, J. Mendrek, P. Chuda CZECH REPUBLIC Optimalization of laser parameters reduces energy and procedure time

F. Poyales, N. Garzon, R. Perez, I. Lopez-Brea, B. Poyales SPAIN Impact of the learning curve upon femtosecond laser cataract surgery outcomes

I. Ferreira-Ríos, L. Escaf, P. Suarez MEXICO To FLACS or not to FLACS...that is the question, the asymmetric technologic bubble in Latin America

M. Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, E. Espejo de los Riscos, M. Atencia Ballesteros, J. Villalvilla Castillo SPAIN Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in a public hospital: a single femtosecond laser platform for three different operations rooms

J. Foerster, T. Herbst, F. Ruefer, D. Holland GERMANY The quality index Bellevue (QIB) as a quality measurement for femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) F. Goes BELGIUM Procedural times and visual outcome with femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery compared to traditional surgery F. Hengerer, G. Auffarth, I. Conrad-Hengerer GERMANY Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in eyes with phakic intraocular lenses T. Herbst, J. Foerster, D. Holland, F. Ruefer GERMANY Laser-assisted cataract surgery vs conventional phacoemulsification: is there a measurable quality difference in longitudinal outcome? D. Holland, F. Ruefer, J. Foerster, T. Herbst, I. Matthaei GERMANY Security and performance of the FEMTIS laser lens in combination with the LENSAR laser system: 2 years follow-up in 22 eyes M. Ibarz Barberá, J. Rodriguez-Prats, P. Tana Rivero SPAIN Femtosecond laser-assisted capsulotomy for the treatment of bilateral anterior capsule contraction: case report L. Izquierdo, B. Rubio, J. Mejías, M. Henriquez PERU Effectiveness of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery using a low energy femtosecond J. Jun, Y. Yoo, C. Joo, K. Kwak SOUTH KOREA The effects of topical 0.45% ketorolac tromethamine on intraoperative miosis and prostaglandin E2 release during femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, N. Gadkar, N. Prasad INDIA Preferred femto laser nucleotomy pattern in softer nuclei H. Lin, B. Lim, C. Ngo SINGAPORE Zonulysis following femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery D. Ma TAIWAN Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) for patients with low corneal endothelial density Y. Nizametdinova, K. Khripun, Y. Takhtaev, S. Shukhaev RUSSIA Stability of femtosecond laser-created clear corneal incisions (experimental study) O. Orenburkina, M. Bikbov, M. Absalyamov, Y. Burkhanov, D. Sarvarov, I. Nuriev, A. Bikbulatova RUSSIA The results of femto phacoemulsification of cataract with 'blended' multifocal IOL implantation C. Pérez Casaseca, G. Fernandez-Baca Vaca, J. Coin Ruiz, J. Villalvilla Castillo SPAIN Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in a public hospital: demographic characteristics, concomitant diseases and surgical complications A. Pisciotta, T. Verdina, M. De Maria, E. Fornasari, A. de Pol, G. Cavallini ITALY Anterior capsule of the lens: morphological analysis and apoptosis evaluation following femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

D. Sarvarov, M. Bikbov, O. Orenburkina, N. Zainullina RUSSIA Clinical and functional outcomes of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery with implantation of AcrySof ReSTOR IOL in monocular patients T. Schultz, B. Dick GERMANY Why vertical spot spacing matters: a prospective evaluation of new settings in laser-assisted cataract surgery V. Serdiuk, S. Ustimenko, V. Golovkin, J. Getman, V. Semenko, V. Ishchenko UKRAINE Efficacy of femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery B. Sezgin Asena, M. Kaskaloglu TURKEY Comparison of hybrid and cross fragmentation patterns in terms of phaco time and corneal effects A. Siu, T. Chan, K. Meades, C. Bala AUSTRALIA Factors affecting corneal incision position during femtosecond cataract surgery (FLACS) using LenSx A. Tan, M. Ray, C. Chai, D. Yong SINGAPORE Outcomes of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in patients with Fuchs’ endothelial dystrophy D. Tverdova, E. Lexutkina, S. Sakhnov, V. Kopayeva RUSSIA Combined laser cataract extraction using Nd:YAG laser λ=1.44 mcm with femtolaser assistance in patients with pathology of lens ligament apparatus M. Tyazhev, M. Shanturova, T. Iureva RUSSIA Features of cataract femtolaser-assisted phacoemulsification in patients with severe pseudoexfoliation syndrome D. Visco USA Managing pre-existing corneal astigmatism using iris registration-guided, femtosecond laser-assisted arcuate incisions performed during cataract surgery W. Whang, M. Choi, M. Kang, J. Lee, C. Joo SOUTH KOREA The change in posterior corneal astigmatism after combined femtosecond-assisted phacoemulsification and arcuate keratotomy

Glaucoma F. Aboalazaym, M. Hosny, M. Salem, H. El-Shiwy EGYPT Changes in the intraocular pressure (IOP) readings and corneal biomechanics following small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) M. Aghsaei Fard, S. Moghimi IRAN Optic nerve head morphology in glaucomatous and nonglaucomatous optic nerve cupping H. Ahmedhussain, O. Badeeb, N. Badeeb, F. Madani, L. Khawandanh, E. Abbas SAUDI ARABIA Awareness and knowledge about glaucoma among the Saudi population: a survey among attendees of the International Glaucoma Day

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E-POSTERS L. Ali Aljasim, H. Al-Razqan, N. Alsulaiman, M. Alshareef, M. Al-Amri, M. Al-Futais SAUDI ARABIA Central corneal thickness (CCT) in glaucomatous eyes in Saudi population: a case control study

M. Frączkiewicz-Skok, J. Konopinska, Z. Mariak, M. Rekas POLAND Surgical and refractive outcomes of combined phaco-ExPress versus phaco-ExPress with partial deep sclerectomy: 24 month follow-up

L. Ali Aljasim, S. Al-Shahwan SAUDI ARABIA Long-term outcome of selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT): 5 years results in Saudi Arabia

M. Gallardo, R. Supnet USA Comparison of outcomes in patients treated with ab-interno canaloplasty (ABiC) in one eye and traditional ab-externo canaloplasty in the fellow eye: a twelve-month follow-up of patients with primary open-angle glaucoma

C. Altan, M. Ocal, E. Bozkurt, B. Satana, B. Basarir, N. Alagoz, I. Pasaoglu TURKEY Gonioscopy-assisted suture trabeculotomy: one year results A. Avunduk TURKEY The relatively long-term results of ExPRESS shunt surgery S. Bagaglia, M. Vergine, P. Frezzotti ITALY In vivo confocal microscopy evaluation of morpho-functional correlation and surgical outcome of filtering blebs in glaucoma patients: 1 year follow-up J. Batlle, R. Alburquerque, A. Corona Peralta DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Four and five-year results of a single-center study of the poly (styrene-block-isobutylene-block-styrene) (SIBS) based MicroShunt for the surgical management of patients with uncontrolled glaucoma D. Belov, V. Nikolaenko RUSSIA Influence of trabeculectomy on the corneal astigmatism axis T. Butler, F. Kinsella IRELAND Cyclodiode laser ablation outcomes: a single centre review

M. Gallardo, R. Supnet USA Outcomes in mild, moderate, and severe glaucoma through two years following phacoemulsification with trabecular micro-bypass stent implantation in a predominantly Hispanic population S. Ganatra, M. Patel INDIA Phakomatosis pigmentovascularis: a case report S. Garcia-Delpech, A. Hervas, R. Diaz Cespedes, E. Sanz Marco, P. Udaondo, D. Salom SPAIN Clinical applications of Sensimed Triggerfish for continuous intraocular pressure measurement K. Ghazal, H. El Hamzawy SAUDI ARABIA Evaluation of EX-PRESS glaucoma filtration device implantation in Saudi Arabia glaucoma patients S. Gorezis, K. Moustaklis GREECE Rare case of right side Horner syndrome and simultaneous pigmentary glaucoma of the left eye

F. Caiado, S. Mano, V. Silva PORTUGAL Evaluation of choroidal thickness using enhanced depth optical coherence tomography in pseudoexfoliative glaucoma

P. Gouveia, J. Tavares Ferreira, J. Macedo, S. Estrela Silva, A. Melo, F. Falcao Reis PORTUGAL Combined cataract and glaucoma surgery in an aniridia patient: case report

I. Carvalho de Araujo Cunha, G. Rabelo, T. Valadao, N. Maes, R. Azevedo, B. Mota, R. Bittencourt BRAZIL Iridoschisis associated with closed-angle glaucoma

E. Hassan Elatta SAUDI ARABIA Effect of phacoemulsification on intraocular pressure control in primary open-angle glaucoma

D. Dementiev, I. Ivanchikova, A. Shipunova, M. Sysoeva RUSSIA Combined surgery: XEN gel stent implantation with phacoemulsification of cataract in glaucoma patients, our experience

J. Izquierdo Villavicencio, M. Ponte-Davila, F. Quezada Baltodano, I. Ramirez, A. González Méndez PERU Comparative clinical results of phaco combined with CO2 laserassisted sclerectomy vs phaco combined with trabeculectomy in patients with open-angle glaucoma

D. Deshmukh, R. Al Saeidi, A. Alugail, L. Tulsiram OMAN Re-evaluation of ocular hypertensives by pachymetry D. Deshmukh, R. Al Saeidi, A. Alugail, L. Tulsiram OMAN Relationship between central corneal thickness and optic disc size in eyes with primary open angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension in Omani population B. Drury, K. Mercieca, A. Bhargava, C. Fenerty UK Trabeculectomy bleb needling and antimetabolite administration practices in the UK: a glaucoma specialist national survey I. Elhawary, A. Ahmed SAUDI ARABIA Comparison of surgical outcomes of ExPRESS shunt and Ahmed valve in neovascular glaucoma P. Faria, M. Marques, M. Raimundo, J. Cardoso, J. Silva, J. Moura Pereira, J. Murta PORTUGAL CO2 laser-assisted sclerectomy surgery vs trabeculectomy: one year results S. Fili, E. Papadopoulou, P. Woelfelschneider, M. Kohlhaas GERMANY The Starflo glaucoma implant: results and experiences after follow-up of 1 year in St. Johannes Hospital in Dortmund

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J. Izquierdo Villavicencio, M. Ponte-Davila, F. Quezada Baltodano, I. Ramirez, A. González Méndez PERU Comparative clinical results of the 250 vs 350 Baerveldt glaucoma drainage implants in refractory glaucoma P. Kagathra, T. Aribaba, A. Alabi INDIA 'Hooding of the flap: modified Cain's trabeculectomy' – a new approach for resilient open-angle glaucoma in Nigeria R. Kasina, M. Economou SWEDEN The efficacy and safety of the XEN gel implant in POAG and PXG patients A. Kennedy, H. Oliphant, L. Laneaster, P. Gouws UK Endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation combined with phacoemulsification vs phacoemulsification alone in glaucoma management C. Keskini, P. Kalouda, G. Karagiannidis-Stampoulis, E. Kanonidou GREECE Bilateral arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy as first sign of giant cell arteritis in a patient with primary open-angle glaucoma


M. Khaimi USA Ab-interno canaloplasty (ABiC) as a stand alone treatment and in combination with cataract surgery for treatment of primary open-angle glaucoma

N. Moura-Coelho, S. Crisostomo, L. Costa, A. Basi­lio, M. Dutra-Medeiros, M. Sa Cardoso, T. Gomes PORTUGAL XEN45 Gel Stent implant: outcomes of XEN implantation alone vs combined phacoemulsification-XEN surgery

M. Khaimi USA Canaloplasty without suture placement for the treatment of open-angle glaucoma: three year outcomes

N. Moura-Coelho, S. Crisostomo, L. Costa, A. Basi­lio, M. Dutra-Medeiros, M. Sa Cardoso, T. Gomes PORTUGAL XEN45 Gel Stent implant: results in primary open-angle glaucoma vs secondary open-angle glaucoma

M. Khan, A. Khan, G. Belovay, B. Khan CANADA Retrospective consecutive case review of 8 years of nonpenetrating glaucoma surgery outcomes Y. Kiuchi, R. Toda JAPAN Treating misdirection syndrome in nanophthalmic eyes by creating hole in lens capsule and performing anterior vitrectomy through anterior chamber N. Koerber, S. Ondrejka GERMANY Canaloplasty ab-interno Visco 360: a new technique in combined and stand alone surgery N. Koerber GERMANY Ab-interno canaloplasty (ABiC) for the treatment of glaucoma: first results S. Konjevoda, S. Canovic, A. Didović Pavičić, M. Skara Kolega, D. Grasic, N. Striber, Z. Pastar, P. Kovacevic CROATIA Eye drop instillation in glaucoma patients, does the fear of the instillation affect the therapy outcome? E. Kosior-Jarecka, D. Wrobel-Dudzinska, T. Zarnowski POLAND Bleb compression sutures in management of overfiltration after antiglaucoma surgery S. Kostianeva-Zhelinska, M. Konareva-Kostianeva, M. Atanassov BULGARIA Rate of progression in treated patients with primary open-angle glaucoma S. Lee SOUTH KOREA Selective laser trabeculoplasty for glaucoma after corneal refractive surgery D. Lipatov, A. Kuzmin, A. Tolkacheva, T. Chistakov RUSSIA New opportunity for normalization of high IOP after drainage surgery neovascular glaucoma in patients with diabetes mellitus S. Ljaljevic, E. Alimanovic, M. Lika-Pranjic BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA ET-1 effect on functional and structural change in patients with POAG D. Lopes, S. Barros, S. Parreira, I. Machado, N. Campos PORTUGAL Clinical management of neovascular glaucoma secondary to central retinal artery occlusion K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND Comparison of the intraocular pressure lowering efficacy between a trabecular meshwork micro-bypass device and a novel goniotomy blade J. Martinez de la Casa SPAIN Treatment with 2 second-generation trabecular micro-bypass stents and postoperative topical prostaglandin in eyes with open-angle glaucoma taking 2 preoperative medications: outcomes through 30 months A. Mermoud, A. Villamarin, S. Roy, N. Stergiopulos SWITZERLAND eyeWatch, an innovative adjustable GDD for the treatment of glaucoma: report on the first clinical results A. Milingert, S. Borzenok, T. Sokolovskaya RUSSIA Experimental scleral study after cross-linking exposure

I. Panov, S. Sakhnov, V. Evdokimova RUSSIA Ahmed valve implantation at preterminal stages of repeatedly operated uncompensated neovascular glaucoma with diagenesis of anterior chamber angle O. Parkhomenko, V. Sergienko UKRAINE Efficacy of selective laser trabeculoplasty in management of secondary silicone-induced ocular hypertension M. Ponte-Davila, J. Izquierdo Villavicencio, F. Quezada Baltodano, I. Ramirez, A. González Méndez, L. Saldarriaga, R. Araujo PERU Clinical results of endocyclophotocoagulation in patients with refractory glaucoma: experience at the Oftalmosalud Eye Institute in Lima, Peru M. Ponte-Davila, J. Izquierdo Villavicencio, F. Quezada Baltodano, I. Ramirez Jimenez, A. González Méndez, B. Rubio Lastra PERU Results of selective laser trabeculoplasty treatment for patients with open-angle glaucoma during a 2 year period M. Pravosudova, V. Naumenko, E. Boiko RUSSIA Comparative study of refractory glaucoma surgery by using different shunts S. Raj, G. Joshi, S. Kaushik, S. Pandav INDIA Treatment outcomes in pigment dispersion syndrome (PDS) and pigmentary glaucoma (PG) at a tertiary care eye institute of North India E. Ramadan, K. Hassan SAUDI ARABIA Fugo Gonio Fenestration (FGF) F. Ruefer, M. Matthäi, J. Förster, T. Herbst, D. Holland GERMANY Intraocular pressure reduction following iStent inject® implantation in primary open-angle glaucoma eyes depending on lens condition and further previous surgery M. Saricaoglu, A. Karakurt, M. Hamurcu, S. Ekicier TURKEY Pseudoexfoliation glaucoma and cataract: phacotrabeculectomy versus trabeculectomy A. Savic-Radojevic, M. Stamenkovic, T. Djukic, V. Lukic, M. Pljesa-Ercegovac, A. Bajic, T. Simic SERBIA Polymorphic glutathione S-transferase p1 is a risk factor of primary open-angle glaucoma R. Shamratov, L. Ramazanova, E. Yazykova, E. Pavlova, O. Napylova, C. Protasova, N. Pateeva RUSSIA The influence of corneal thickness on tonometric indicators of intraocular pressure after LASIK surgery T. Snaebjörnsson Arnljóts, R. Kasina, M. Economou SWEDEN Outcomes of needle revision after XEN gel implantation: 3 month follow-up study C. Sng, S. Loon, P. Chew SINGAPORE Pilot series of Southeast Asian eyes which underwent combined iStent trabecular micro-bypass device implantation and cataract surgery

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E-POSTERS T. Sokolovskaya, Y. Konovalenko, Y. Gorodetskaya RUSSIA Sphenopalatine-orbital blockade in treatment of ciliochoroidal detachment after sclerectomy N. Surchev, Y. Kirilova BULGARIA Ocular decompression retinopathy after trabeculectomy for secondary glaucoma after complicated phacoemulsification S. Thakur, P. Ichhpujani, R. Kaur, S. Kumar, Y. George Kong INDIA Has the tablet perimetry arrived? Visual fields easy app vs Humphrey field analyser in glaucoma patients L. Tulasiram, A. Alugail, R. Al Saeidi OMAN Safety and effectivity of cyclophotocoagulation in reducing the intraocular pressure in absolute glaucoma: our experience A. Usman, L. Marchenko, T. Kachan, A. Dalidovich BELARUS The peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness and retinal ganglion cells complex thickness in early diagnosis of primary open-angle glaucoma using optical coherence tomography angiography - Optovue L. Voskanyan ARMENIA Long-term titrated IOP control and medication reduction following implantation of one, two, or three trabecular micro-bypass stents M. Yilmazli, A. Ustuner, A. Asici TURKEY Phaco ExPRESS versus phaco trabeculectomy in the treatment of OAG in cataract patients H. Yung, K. Wan HONG KONG Endogenous steroid glaucoma secondary to Cushing syndrome A. Zafar GREECE Tides are changing M. Zoric Geber, T. Lovric, Z. Vatavuk CROATIA Non-pupillary block angle closure mechanism of secondary glaucoma associated with bilateral cysts of the ciliary body

Imaging Anterior Segment M. Abrishami, S. Zarei-Ghanavati IRAN Macular disease affects the outcome of ZyWave™ aberrometry S. Aliyeva, A. Safarova AZERBAIJAN Evaluation between biomechanical and topographic parameters: normal versus keratoconus S. Bagheri, K. Jadidi, F. Nejat, S. Pirhadi IRAN Comparisons of anterior segment parameters in corneal scar and delayed mustard gas keratopathy (DMGK) patients by Pentacam Scheimpflug tomography S. Bagheri, K. Jadidi, F. Nejat, S. Pirhadi IRAN Comparisons of anterior segment parameters in delayed mustard gas keratopathy (DMGK) and keratoconus (KCN) patients by Pentacam Scheimpflug tomography S. Darma, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Stromal puncture as treatment of recurrent corneal erosions: OCT images and slit-lamp photography before and after treatment R. Diaz Cespedes, A. Hervas, S. Garcia-Delpech, P. Udaondo, E. Sanz, D. Salom, A. Cisneros Lanuza SPAIN Utility of the epithelial maps in the study of corneal diseases A. Domínguez-Vicent, S. Ståhlberg, R. Rane, R. Brautaset SWEDEN Central corneal thickness agreement between a Scheimpflug camera and a non-contact pachymeter: repeatability and reproducibility

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A. Domínguez-Vicent, A. Rakhimova, A. Stahl, R. Brautaset SWEDEN Refractive error effect on the agreement of a convertible posterior OCT with a Scheimpflug camera to measure the anterior eye segment C. García-Saenz, C. del-Prado-Sanchez, J. Ferreiro-Lopez, N. Kim, K. Gonzales-Farro, H. Santiago-Balsera, A. Arias-Puente SPAIN HD-OCT for imaging anterior chamber inflammatory reaction after cataract surgery: clinical correlation and grading S. Holzer, N. Pircher, F. Beer, J. Lammer, M. Pircher, C. Hitzenberger, G. Schmidinger AUSTRIA Imaging the cornea at Fabry´s disease using polarisation sensitive OCT S. Huseynli, F. Abdulaliyeva, E. Kasimov AZERBAIJAN Prevalence of keratoconus and subclinical keratoconus in young men with refractive error using Scheimpflug tomography parameters M. Jafarinasab IRAN A new topographic pattern, the apple pattern or apple sign to early differentiate pellucid marginal degeneration from keratoconus A. Karatepe Hashas, B. Bostanci, E. Tasindi TURKEY Central corneal thickness measurement using optic pachymeter, ultrasonic pachymeter and rotating Scheimplug camera M. Khabazkhoob, H. Hashemi, F. Rezvan IRAN Anterior chamber indices in a population-based study with Pentacam M. Khorrami-Nejad, F. Aslani, M. Khodaparast, F. Askarizadeh IRAN Characteristics of posterior corneal astigmatism in different stages of keratoconus N. Lemanski, B. Lemanski, M. Cheng USA Ultra-wide field scanning laser ophthalmoscope imaging techniques for lens subluxation and retinal pathology through corneal and posterior segment opacities H. Matalia, R. Chandapura, R. Shetty, R. Shroff, N. Shilpy, M. Francis, A. Sinha Roy INDIA Novel OCT tomography to study remodelling of curvature of Bowman’s layer following wavefront optimized photorefractive keratectomy M. Milka, B. Weglarz, A. Nowinska, W. Mankowski, D. Dobrowolski, E. Wylegala POLAND Ocular morphometric measurements obtained using different types of optical biometry systems in patients with advanced cataract L. Sarzhevs'ka, N. Zavgorodnyaya, L. Sarzhevska UKRAINE Anatomy-topography parameters features of anterior eye department in patients with lens subluxation D. Sousa, I. Leal, L. Abegao Pinto, C. Marques-Neves PORTUGAL Comparison of central corneal thickness measurement between spectral domain ocular coherence tomography and optical low coherence reflectometry A. Stamate, M. Zemba ROMANIA The importance of anterior segment imaging in the diagnosis and management of retrocorneal membranes following penetrating keratoplasty M. Wolniewińska, B. Czarnota-Nowakowska, J. Kociecki POLAND Evaluation of ReLEx SMILE refractive surgery in images of optical coherence tomography of cornea


Keratorefractive Surgery Outcomes: Myopia D. Abelski, I. Zabarouski, A. Haddad BELARUS Visual disturbance prediction in candidates for myopic FemtoLASIK D. Chua, H. Htoon, X. Li, R. Mohamad SINGAPORE Femtosecond laser versus mechanical keratome LASIK for myopia in 49,263 eyes of 27,343 patients at a single institution in Asia D. de Ortueta GERMANY Efficacy of astigmatic correction with transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy with small pulse technology J. Durรกn, E. Gutierrez, R. Atienza, A. Monje, D. Pinero SPAIN Vector analysis of astigmatic changes and optical quality outcomes after wavefront-guided laser in situ keratomileusis using a high resolution aberrometer

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E-POSTERS O. Berger CHILE Bilateral LASIK interface fibrosis A. Bonniard, D. Dejager, C. Kranemann CANADA Patterned corneal cross-linking to treat residual refractive errors post SMILE D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Impact of increased PTA values on visual outcomes up to three years after refractive lenticule extraction (ReLEx) SMILE H. Cheon SOUTH KOREA Comparison of the biomechanical change and clinical outcomes between combined small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) and collagen cross-linking versus SMILE for high myopic correction C. Chin Sun, Y. Lin TAIWAN Comparison of refractive and clinical outcomes after wavefrontguided LASIK between WaveScan and iDesign aberrometers

S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Comparison of astigmatism correction between femtosecond LASIK and ReLEx SMILE with manual cyclotorsion compensation for myopic astigmatism

I. Dutchin RUSSIA Change in corneal topography and morphometry after correction of myopia by SMILE method

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Topography-guided LASIK (TGL) vs SMILE: 1 year refractive and quality of vision outcomes in contralateral eyes

B. Dzhashi, O. Kuznetsova, V. Fokin RUSSIA The remote results of excimer laser surgery preceded by application of orthokeratological lenses

I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Digitized objective evaluation of planned (PSTR) versus achieved stromal thickness removal (ASTR) in myopic SMILE

A. Farafonova, G. Parkhomenko, T. Manoylo UKRAINE Optic nerve changes after femtosecond LASIK vs LASIK with microkeratome

A. Kotb, M. Galal UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Evaluating the outcomes of small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) in moderate myopia with high astigmatism

A. Furniturewala INDIA Smart pulse technology (SPT) for transepithelial surface ablation

S. Lozano Ruiz, C. Gomez Cabrera, M. Rodriguez Calvo de Mora SPAIN How to prevent corneal haze in surface ablation techniques E. Manche USA A prospective, randomized, contralateral, eye-to-eye comparison of wavefront-guided LASIK to SMILE surgery in myopic patients K. Savic, V. Suvajac, J. Suvajac, V. Novakovic, B. Djurovic SERBIA Early progression of myopia after LASIK in patients with family history of high myopia Y. Yildirim, A. Agca, B. Kepez Yildiz, N. Kandemir Besek, O. Olcucu, M. Sucu, A. Demirok TURKEY Intraoperative and postoperative complications of small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE)

Laser Refractive Surgery (Lasers/LASIK/LASEK/Epi-LASIK) S. Ausayakhun THAILAND Incidence and predisposing factors of anterior chamber gas bubbles during femtosecond laser flap creation using WaveLight FS 200 T. Ax, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Quality of life patient questionnaire after refractive lenticule extraction (ReLEx) SMILE: comparison of the first and last consecutive cases

J. Gertnere, I. Solomatins, A. Solomatin, L. Ekimane, I. Silina LATVIA Efficacy of matrix regenerating agent in improving wound healing and pain relief, in a patient undergoing transepithelial photorefractive laser treatment P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Long-term results of refractive lenticule extraction ReLEx SMILE compared to FemtoLASIK H. Hasani, F. Karimian, M. Aghazade Amiri, M. Tabatabaie, N. Dadbin IRAN Evaluation of the photorefractive keratectomy effect on stereoacuity in anisometropic myopia J. Kruger SOUTH AFRICA Managing LASIK complications M. Mirishova, E. Qasimov AZERBAIJAN Clinical results of the correction of mixed astigmatism by FemtoLASIK surgery after cataract phacoemulsification and IOL implantation A. Parafita-Fernรกndez, A. Rodero, G. Lauzirika, R. Aranda, I. Rodriguez-Perez, V. Blazquez, M. Teus SPAIN Visual acuity and optical density after myopic FemtoLASIK: a comparison of three devices S. Patel, M. Anticic, M. Bohac, A. Bisevic, M. Koncarevic, N. Gabric UK Are unexpected changes of astigmatism following LASIK purely random?

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E-POSTERS A. Queirós Pereira, C. Villa Collar, A. Amorim-de-Sousa, B. Gargallo, A. Ramon Gutierrez, J. Gonzalez-Meijome PORTUGAL Corneal morphology and visual outcomes in LASIK patients after orthokeratology and soft lens wear: a pilot study S. Renier BELGIUM Treatment of epithelial ingrowth in ReLEx SMILE by YAG laser: case report S. Riyanto INDONESIA The first 100 successful surgeries with ReLEx SMILE I. Rodriguez-Perez, J. Gros-Otero, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, M. Teus-Guezala, A. Rodero-Serrano SPAIN Myopic laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) outcomes: a comparative study of three different femtosecond lasers and one mechanical microkeratome, using the same excimer laser B. Sirbiladze, M. Dvali, N. Tsintsadze, L. Jorjikashvili GEORGIA Efficacy of tissue-saving LASIK procedure in high myopic eyes E. Solodkova, V. Fokin RUSSIA The comparative outcome evaluation of LASIK procedures, performed on excimer laser SCHWIND AMARIS D. Sung Yong Kang, S. Arba-Mosquera, T. Ewering, T. Magnano, H. Lee, E. Kim, T. Kim SOUTH KOREA Corneal wavefront-guided transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy for the correction of highly aberrated corneas with prior corneal refractive surgery using a systematic approach U. Tavandzi, I. Krejčí, J. Chocholová, Z. Hellsteinová, P. Langer, M. Mýlková CZECH REPUBLIC Clinical outcomes after hyperopic correction with the MEL 80 excimer laser: are there differences between 6,5 vs 7,0 mm zones?

Miscellaneous J. Bansal, T. Bansal, V. Arora, P. Bansal INDIA Menstrual irregularities amongst adolescent girls visiting an ophthalmology clinic D. Cebatoriene, A. Vilkeviciute, L. Kriauciuniene, R. Liutkeviciene LITHUANIA Hepatic triglyceride lipase gene polymorphisms (rs10468017, rs493258) association with macular pigment optical density in healthy patients T. Celik TURKEY Evaluation of choroidal thickness in thyroid ophthalmopathy by spectral domain optical coherence tomography M. Chihaia, C. Danca, G. Dimitriu, A. Carauleanu, C. Costea ROMANIA Surgical treatment of a case of vascularized adherent corneal leucoma with symblepharon after a 9-year old chemical burn C. Danca, M. Chihaia, G. Dimitriu, A. Todireasa, R. Baltag, O. Sandru, C. Costea ROMANIA A rare case of choroidal osteoma in a 44-year old female

K. Gerstmeyer, S. Scholtz, F. Krogmann, G. Auffarth GERMANY Astigmatic vision: more than one hundred years of misconceptions, fallacies and distractions S. Han, S. Lee, M. Ji, J. Hyon SOUTH KOREA Conjunctival cystectomy assisted by high-frequency radio-wave electrosurgery S. Kamvasi, S. Christou, E. Maliagkani, I. Gardeli GREECE Terson syndrome: a diagnosis not to miss E. Kanonidou, A. Papagianni, T. Lalias GREECE Sunglasses on children: how much do parents really know? G. Karagiannidis-Stampoulis, E. Kanonidou, I. Kamaras, K. Boboridis, D. Balatsoukas GREECE Dacryolithiasis in patient with recurrent dacryocystitis: an often underdiagnosed disorder A. Kavthekar, S. Nishanth, N. Madhivanan, P. Nivean, N. Madhivanan INDIA The curious case of accommodative spasm! A. Kurt, R. Kilic, R. Nar, O. Kocamis, S. Tasdemir, O. Polat TURKEY Retinal vein occlusion and serum endocan levels N. Kvaratskhelia, T. Chitadze GEORGIA Astigmatism correction with scleral design contact lenses Y. Lee, J. Yeh TAIWAN The genetic investigation of hereditary cataract in a Taiwanese family N. Lemanski, B. Lemanski, M. Cheng USA A case series on the use of oral fluorescein angiography for pre-cataract workup with an ultra-wide field scanning laser ophthalmoscope L. MacMorris, S. Scholtz, A. Assaf, T. Tandogan, F. Krogmann, G. Auffarth, M. Shafik USA Alhazen: how madness saved the beginning of experimental physics M. Mahabir, N. Shree INDIA Insights from Twitter text mining in ophthalmology N. Mohan, N. Al Shamli, R. Al Saidi, A. Alugail, H. Al Mahrouqi, L. Tulasiram, A. Al Abri OMAN Rose-K lenses in keratoconus, our experience in Oman R. Montes-Mico, P. Bernal-Molina, A. Del Aguila-Carrasco, J. Esteve-Taboada, T. Ferrer-Blasco SPAIN Accommodative stimulus-response with different symbols S. Mosavi, M. Naderi, K. Jadidi, A. Alishiri, A. Mohammadi IRAN Comparison of intraocular pressure measurement prior and following full intracorneal ring implantation in patients with keratoconus by three different instruments O. Napylova, E. Iomdina, E. Tarutta, G. Markosyan, L. Ramazanova, P. Luzhnov, D. Shamaev RUSSIA Rheographic index in patients with different clinical refraction using transpalpebral rheo ophthalmography

M. Davari, S. Golboei, N. Shamsaki IRAN The relation between hearing loss and eye refractive disorders in patients admitted to Vali e Asr Hospital in Birjand in 2015

F. Narooie-Noori, M. Sedaghat, H. Ostadi-Moghadam, M. Jabbarvand, F. Askarizadeh, H. Momeni-Moghaddam IRAN Corneal hysteresis and corneal resistance factor in pellucid marginal degeneration

N. Digmelashvili GEORGIA Optic nerve atrophy treatment with autologous bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cells

K. Omer, D. Mirza, K. Salim IRAQ Evaluation of uncomplicated pterygium surgery by using Sirius Scheimpflug and topography S. Patel INDIA Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy (APMPPE)

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T. Sarenac Vulovic, S. Sreckovic, N. Petrovic, M. Janicijevic Petrovic, K. Janicijevic, D. Todorovic, S. Jovanovic SERBIA The effects of three nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on operative mydriasis maintaining and postoperative inflammation

I. Knezović, H. Raguz, L. Levak, M. Gegovic CROATIA New method in dry eye treatment before Femto-LASIK surgery

S. Scholtz, F. Krogmann, G. Auffarth GERMANY From Heidelberg to New York: Hermann Knapp, a EuropeanAmerican ophthalmic success story

E. Koyun, R. Karadag, S. Ozkanli, S. Oguztuzun, B. Bozer, I. Ozsoy, H. Bayramlar TURKEY Glutathione S-transferase expression in benign and malignant eyelid tumors

A. Tasiopoulou, D. Grewal, B. Pal UK Comparison of foveal avascular zone size and diameter in retinal ischemia measured using two different optical coherence tomography angiography devices D. Tsigkos, D. Kopsini, A. Tzelepi, D. Manolakou, E. Konistis, S. Palioura GREECE Awareness and beliefs regarding corneal donation in Greece C. Veldhuizen, B. Winkens, L. Wielders, J. Schouten, F. Goezinne, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Solutions for missing retinal thickness OCT data

Ocular Pathologies H. Al Ghadeer, H. Al Katan, A. Al Maktabi SAUDI ARABIA Conjunctival lymphangiectasia, clinical presentation and histopathological findings in a tertiary referral center in Saudi Arabia N. Albaroudi, M. Tijani, N. Boutimzine, O. Cherkaoui, M. Laghmari MOROCCO Prognostic factors in uveitis K. Belkhadir, I. Sabrane, S. Bencheqroun, R. Daoudi, O. Cherkaoui MOROCCO Conjunctival lymphoma revealing systemic lymphoma F. Caiado, S. Mano, W. Rodrigues PORTUGAL Limbal dermoid mass: a case report S. Della Maggiore, A. Vento, A. Mannini, P. Martinelli, S. Murri, M. Notini, S. Trivella ITALY Toxic epidermal necrolysis: a very severe case of ocular involvement treated with autologous serum K. Duyongco, G. Mercado, M. Villanueva, A. Abelardo PHILIPPINES Orbital kaposi sarcoma in an adult filipino male: a case report Ö. Erogul, L. Eryigit Erogul, N. Sen Korkmaz, F. Celik TURKEY Histopathological effects of diabetes mellitus on pterygium W. Fusi-Rubiano, J. Panthagani, M. Musadiq UK Gradual reduction vision: multiple myeloma and medication side effects J. Getman, V. Serdiuk, s. Ustimenko, V. Golovkin, V. Semenko UKRAINE Efficacy of optic-reconstructive surgical interventions in patients who suffered eye traumas in combat operations S. Han, S. Lee, I. Jun, K. Seo, S. Yoon SOUTH KOREA Effect of oxidation stress caused by arsenic and UVA on the progress of cataract

M. Kopaliani, M. Nazarian RUSSIA Disability due to toxic damage of the optic nerve at alcohol intoxication

C. Lin TAIWAN A case of primary localized orbital amyloidosis E. Machowicz-Matejko, T. Zarnowski POLAND If patients do not agree for surgery... S. Mano, P. Guerra, F. Teixeira, N. Ferreira, F. Caiado, W. Rodrigues PORTUGAL Conjunctival squamous cell carcinoma: a series of three cases A. Okada, Y. Harada, Y. Kiuchi JAPAN Primary extranodal NK/T cell lymphoma of the orbit that was intraocular without an extraocular tumor M. Patel, S. Ganatra INDIA Assessment of corneal endothelium in patients of type II diabetes mellitus N. Patil, R. Muljiani INDIA Prevalence of dry eye syndrome in adults in the rural Indian population N. Patil, R. Muljiani INDIA Topical tacrolimus 0.03% as sole therapy in vernal keratoconjunctivitis K. Protasova, L. Ramazanova, O. Napylova, R. Shamratov, E. Pavlova, E. Yazykova, N. Pateeva RUSSIA Experience in combined treatment of macular degeneration with microimpulse laser coagulation of macular drusen and intravitreal administration of a drug N. Sabater-Cruz, J. Mauricio, J. Costa-Vila SPAIN Sequential sector conjunctival epitheliectomy as a successful treatment for corneal conjunctivalization secondary to haemorrhagic conjunctivitis sequel M. Tijani, N. Albaroudi, N. Boutimzine, O. Cherkaoui, M. Laghmari MOROCCO Prevalence of exfoliation syndrome and cardiovascular diseases in patients scheduled for cataract surgery A. Urgacz-Lechowicz, E. Mrukwa-Kominek, W. Lubon, J. Janiszewska-Salamon POLAND Isolated conjunctival allergic response T. Valadao, N. Maes, R. Souza, B. Mota, W. Lima, M. Mendes, I. Cunha BRAZIL Toxocariasis in childhood: progression, treatment and outcome S. Whitlow, J. O'Connor, R. Killeen IRELAND Neuroimaging in ophthalmology A. Yusupov UZBEKISTAN Assessment of treatment performance of latent form of choroidal neovascularization

E. Karaca, E. Dilekoz, G. Fincan Ozturk, S. Ercan, U. Bagriacik, O. Kul, M. Or TURKEY The effect of endothelin receptor antagonists in the endotoxininduced uveitis rabbit model

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E-POSTERS Orbis: Treatment or Prevention of Blindness in the Developing World H. Al Ghadeer, R. Khandekar SAUDI ARABIA Profile and management outcomes of firework-related eye injuries in children A. Mutalib, N. Mat Zin, A. Hassan MALAYSIA Barriers to cataract surgery from the perspective of elderly patients with cataract blindness in the eastern zone of Peninsular Malaysia: an interpretative phenomenological analysis

Phakic IOLs M. Al Dreihi, A. Anbari GERMANY Iris-claw toric phakic intraocular lens implantation for the correction of high astigmatism after deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty N. Alsabaani, S. Almalki, A. Abubaker SAUDI ARABIA Implantable collamer lens for the correction of postkeratoplasty myopia and astigmatism C. Broquen, F. Pellegrino, T. Jaeschke ARGENTINA Pupillary block following the placement of an iris-claw IOL J. Choi, S. Nam, D. Park, D. Lim, T. Chung SOUTH KOREA Long-term clinical outcomes after posterior-chamber phakic lens implantation for myopia M. Cigales, J. Hoyos-Chacon, J. Hoyos-Campillo SPAIN When a posterior phakic lens is implanted upside down P. Coelho, T. Maio, J. Moreira, F. Sampaio, P. Rodrigues, R. Resende PORTUGAL Myopia and astigmatism correction with Artiflex® toric IOL: our experience F. Costales-Mier, I. Garzo Garcia, L. Monje Fernandez, M. Cuesta Lasso, N. Spagnoli Santa Cruz SPAIN Anterior chamber traumatic PIOL subluxation, why you don’t have to lose sight of the ball

N. Franqueira, A. Soares, T. Monteiro, F. Faria-Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Anterior chamber parameters after phakic IOL surgery: comparison between two different IOLs D. Huh SOUTH KOREA Clinical outcomes after 24 months of a phakic toric intraocular lens implantation Z. Jin, L. Meiling CHINA Analysis of vault and correlative factors after V4c-ICL implantation I. Koh, S. Nam, S. Park, H. Yang, I. Kim SOUTH KOREA Long-term follow-up after implantation of the iris-fixated Artiflex PIOL V. Lalgudi, R. Shetty, M. Kurian, M. Hemamalini, A. Agrawal INDIA Comparison of ICL sizing using WTW (white to white) measurements from different devices H. Li CHINA EVO-ICL implantation with femtosecond laser in Chinese patients R. Medina Boiko, A. Francone ARGENTINA Comparison of preoperative and postoperative axillary length measurements in patients implanted with intraocular phakic contact lens (IPCL) with GALILEI G6 S. Mosavi, K. Jadidi, F. Nejat IRAN Low vault posterior chamber collagen copolymer phakic intraocular lenses to correct myopia: three year follow-up P. Rodrigues PORTUGAL Visual improvement in adult amblyopic eyes with high myopia or astigmatism after phakic anterior chamber intraocular lens implantation P. Subudhi, S. Patro, B. Subudhi INDIA Refractive outcome with posterior chamber copolymer phakic intraocular lens with peripheral hole in moderate to high myopia: single surgeon series D. Tognetto, C. De Giacinto, G. Cirigliano ITALY Suture of symptomatic peripheral iridotomy following phakic intraocular lens implantation

D. Dementiev, A. Shipunova, I. Ivanchikova, M. Sysoeva RUSSIA Visual improvement in high myopic amblyopic adult eyes following Medennium phakic refractive lens implantation

X. Wang, X. Chen, X. Zhou CHINA Clinical results of implantable collamer lens implantation with a central hole (ICL V4c) in eyes with low anterior chamber depth

J. Fernández, M. Rodriguez-Vallejo, J. Martinez, A. Tauste, E. Hueso, D. Pinero SPAIN Probability of confounding sizing in the phakic IOL selection due to white-to-white bias

Q. Zeng, M. Qi, Q. Chen CHINA The effect of the crystalline lens on central vault after implantable collamer lens implantation

J. Ferreira Mendes, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Posterior chamber phakic IOL V4C model: comparative study between low and high power lenses for myopia correction

X. Zhou, J. Zhao, D. Luo, T. Han CHINA Implanting a posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens with a central hole in highly myopic eyes with peripheral primary iris and ciliary body cysts: clinical effects and observations

R. Figueiredo, M. Luis, D. Hipolito Fernandes, N. Alves, J. Feijao, V. Maduro PORTUGAL Phakic intraocular lens explantation: causes and outcome

Posterior Capsule Opacification

A. Francone, R. Medina Boiko, P. Miranda ARGENTINA Correction of myopia and astigmatism with intraocular phakic contact lens (IPCL)

B. Cañizares Baos, J. Saldana Garrido, Ã. Pinero Sanchez, J. Rodriguez Prats, P. Tana Rivero SPAIN Oh my God! M. Chakrabarti, A. Sarmad, S. Bandyopadhyay, S. Elsherbiny UK Comparison of symptomatic posterior capsule opacification needing Nd:YAG laser posterior capsulotomy post cataract surgery of two different 360-degree square edge hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lenses

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J. Erie, M. Mahr USA Comparing geographic access to laser capsulotomy performed by ophthalmologists versus optometrists in the US

M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Trifocal IOL implantation for the correction of presbyopia in cataract patients: 4-year experience

A. Hartwig, S. Quah, C. Gore, J. Dermott, C. O'Donnell UK YAG rates after multifocal intraocular lens implantations

K. Rocha, A. Hipsley, D. Lin USA Optical quality metrics after transepithelial hyperopic photorefractive keratotomy in 10 year postoperative laser anterior ciliary excision

E. Mrukwa-Kominek, S. Wagner, A. Sosnierz-Jupowiecka POLAND The influence of Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy on visual functions in pseudophakic patients with WIOL-CF® polyfocal full-optics IOL G. Neri Pires, S. Travassos, T. Almas, L. Pinheiro, A. Vergamota, J. Silva PORTUGAL Capsulotomy rates with 3 piece, single-piece C haptics and single-piece plate intraocular lens: a 2 year minimum follow-up J. Novak, H. Adamkova CZECH REPUBLIC Corneal concept 360 out of mind O. Parkhomenko, G. Parkhomenko UKRAINE Transillumination sign for differentiation of posterior subcapsular and posterior polar cataract I. Singh USA The incidence of floaters following capsulotomy with the multi-modality Ultra Q Reflex YAG laser

Presbyopia S. Anisimov, S. Anisimova, S. Semyonov, I. Novak, L. Fastovtsova RUSSIA Bilateral presbyopia correction by Supracor method in cases of ametropia E. Barragan, A. Chayet MEXICO Clinical outcomes after implantation of a shape-changing corneal inlay with mitomycin C M. Caballero, A. Tolosa, D. Pinero, D. de Fez, V. Camps SPAIN Optical role of the tear film meniscus in a specific model of multifocal fully scleral contact lens D. de Fez, A. Tolosa, V. Camps, M. Caballero, D. Pinero SPAIN Effect on the depth-of-focus of the induction of different levels of spherical aberration with multifocal fully scleral contact lenses K. Ditzen GERMANY PresbyLASIK A. Hipsley, D. Goldberg, E. Pfeiffer USA In vivo analysis of age-related biometric changes during accommodation using high frequency ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM) A. Hipsley, S. Blemker, K. Knaus, D. Goldberg USA Predictive analysis of accommodation and biomechanics of ciliary muscle forces utilizing 3D finite element model M. Jackson, A. Hipsley, B. Hall USA Scleral approaches to presbyopia: past and future J. Katz USA Laser vision correction enhancement after scleral implants for the treatment of presbyopia: patient follow-up J. Mehta SINGAPORE Outcomes of shape-changing presbyopic inlay insertion after pocket insertion C. Palomino, A. Castillo, D. Carmona, M. Romero Dominguez, J. Angel Cristobal, M. Elias de Tejada SPAIN Presbyopian corneal correction

O. Rozanova, A. Shchuko RUSSIA Multifocal intraocular presbyopia correction, binocularity level and neuroplasticity I. Solomatin, D. Dementjev, J. Gertnere, A. Solomatin LATVIA Clinical efficacy of PRL phakic lenses for correcting presbyopia: premarket study J. Till, M. Lai USA An observational follow-up study assessing the long-term effects of bilaterally dosed topical lipoic acid choline ester eye drops for the treatment of presbyopia V. Vargas, J. Alió, F. Vejarano SPAIN Presbyopia eye drops (FOVtear) binocularly-instilled improve near-vision in presbyopic patients: a pilot study V. Vargas, J. Alió, D. Romero, F. Vejarano SPAIN Topical therapy with presbyopia eye drops (FOVtears) as a rescue treatment for refractive surgery unhappy patients M. Zuppardo, M. Curatolo, V. Picardo ITALY Optical principles and light theories of the actual EDOF IOL for presbyopia correction

Pseudophakic IOLs: Accommodative N. Alejandre, R. Gutierrez-Contreras, C. Dorronsoro, S. Marcos SPAIN Intraocular photobonding for accommodating intraocular lenses

Pseudophakic IOLs: Enlarged-Depth-of-Focus A. Abreu, J. Coelho, D. Dias, D. Jose, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Brochado PORTUGAL Clinical outcomes of Symfony IOL: Tecnis® implantation A. Alarcon, C. Canovas, H. Weeber, R. Rosen, D. Chang, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Predicted visual performance of different IOL technologies: effect of including multiple spatial frequencies M. Alexik SLOVAKIA Reading functions in patients with maculopathy after cataract extraction with WIOL-CF polyfocal bioanalogic lens implantation: one year results comparison with nonmaculopathy patients E. Anastasi, R. Frison, M. Curatolo ITALY Extended-depth-of-focus technology and toricity well correcting presbyopia and astigmatism R. Ang PHILIPPINES Comparative study of tolerance to induced astigmatism with a small aperture and trifocal IOL

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E-POSTERS R. Ang PHILIPPINES Evaluation of long-term efficacy and safety of small aperture IC-8 IOLs G. Auffarth, D. Varadi, H. Wallek, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, F. Kretz GERMANY Clinical outcomes after bilateral implantation of a trifocal intraocular lens compared to an enhanced-depth-of-focus (EDOF) intraocular lens G. Bhutani, A. Jain, J. Ram, C. Malhotra INDIA Evaluation of objective and subjective visual outcomes of extended-depth-of-focus posterior chamber intraocular lens implantation by micro-monovision approach to correct presbyopia after phaco surgery C. Canovas, A. Alarcon, H. Weeber, J. Domingo, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Chromatic aberration and clinically relevant optical bench evaluations of intraocular lenses M. Choi, Y. Yoo, W. Whang, J. Lee, M. Kang, C. Joo SOUTH KOREA Principle and visual performance of new presbyopia-correcting continuous transition focus intraocular lens J. Coelho, A. Abreu, D. Dias, D. Jose, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Brochado PORTUGAL Comparison of visual outcomes after implantation of extended-range-of-vision and trifocal intraocular lenses R. Dandapani, C. Ramamurthy, G. Sachdev, S. Ramamurthy INDIA Visual performance of patients bilaterally implanted with extended-range-of-focus intraocular lens S. Giugno, G. Politi, S. Zagari, M. Zagari, P. Di Mattia ITALY LENTIS Comfort: low add EDOF IOL performance for far and intermediate vision A. Jain, G. Bhutani, C. Malhotra, J. Ram, V. Jakhar INDIA Comparison of objective visual outcomes of extended-rangeof-vision intraocular lens (ERVIOL) vs multifocal intraocular lens implants (MFIOL) A. Jain, G. Bhutani, J. Ram, C. Malhotra INDIA Comparison of visual outcomes of extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens (IOL) with 2.5 and 3.0 diopters add refractive diffractive multifocal intraocular lens implants (MFIOL) M. Kacerik, M. Alexik SLOVAKIA Cataract extraction with WIOL-CF polyfocal bioanalogic lens implantation: one year results from Slovak national database G. Kahraman, C. Bernhart, B. Wetzel, F. Prager, M. Amon AUSTRIA Comparison of optical performance and patient satisfaction with an extended-range-of-vision IOL and a trifocal IOL: a randomized prospective study J. Lee, C. Choi SOUTH KOREA Evaluation of clinical performances and visual acuity tolerance to postoperative refractive errors of extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens S. Morselli, A. Toso, A. Amisano ITALY IC-8: Small aperture IOL – the IOL of choice for high corneal irregular astigmatism I. Nemcova, J. Katerina, P. Hladikova CZECH REPUBLIC Evaluation of the results of Tecnis Symfony intraocular lens implantation

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T. Raffray, F. Le Guyader, J. Bertholom, A. Pineau, A. Massot, T. Louesdon FRANCE Depth-of-focus in the intermediate–near range induced by synergistic dissymmetrical addition IOLs for cataract surgery G. Scaltrini, M. Piovella ITALY Visual performance of pinhole intraocular lens in cataract patients: two year follow-up S. Schmickler GERMANY Uncorrected and target-corrected visual performance of a small-aperture intraocular lens A. Sharma, S. Goel INDIA Visual outcomes and real life performance of bilaterally implanted extended vision intraocular lens: a prospective study E. Sunay, F. Helvacioglu, O. Kavalcioglu, S. Kaya Unsal, A. Akyurt, T. Akin TURKEY Clinical outcomes of binocular implantation of trifocal diffractive intraocular lens H. Tchah, Y. Park, H. Kim, C. Lee, J. Lee, J. Kim, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Clinical results of extended-depth-of-focus multifocal IOL implantation in Asian eyes S. Zaluski FRANCE Early results with contralateral implantation of the small aperture IC-8 IOL with a monofocal intraocular lens

Pseudophakic IOLs: Monofocal G. Auffarth, S. Schickhardt, Q. Wang, H. Fang, F. Hengerer GERMANY Laboratory evaluation of the new Clareon hydrophobic acrylic IOL material: biomaterial properties and capsular bag behavior S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA Clinical outcomes with a new design of posterior chamber capsular fixation intraocular lens with swivel haptics I. Caral, J. Soldevila, C. Jurjo, V. Huerva SPAIN Differences in contrast sensitivity between intraocular lenses without and with yellow filter A. Dunai, T. Filkorn, H. Kiss, Z. Nagy HUNGARY Comparison of postoperative results after implantation of two preloaded hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lenses (IOLs) H. Fang, S. Schickhardt, Q. Wang, F. Hengerer, G. Auffarth GERMANY Miyake-Apple posterior view analysis of capsular bag behavior of the new Clareon hydrophobic acrylic IOL material M. Gizatullina, B. Aznabaev, T. Mukhamadeev, G. Idrisova RUSSIA Results of implantation of aspheric intraocular lenses Optimed in preloaded system and Zeiss CT Asphina MV 40 F. Hengerer, S. Schickhardt, Q. Wang, H. Fang, G. Auffarth GERMANY Silicone oil adhesion of hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses (IOL): a comparative laboratory study of the new Clareon versus current AcrySof IOL material K. Kawai JAPAN Effects of secondary implantation on one-piece intraocular lenses and three-piece intraocular lenses S. Lane, S. Collins, K. Das, S. Maass, I. Thatthamia, R. Jain USA Evaluation of the mechanical behaviour of a new single-piece intraocular lens as compared to commercially available IOLs


B. Qureshi, S. Robbie UK Effect of EyeMax extended macular vision IOL implantation on reading performance

F. Ciftci, B. Torun Acar, S. Acar TURKEY Clinical outcomes after implantation of a new trifocal intraocular lens: AcrySof® PanOptix

S. Robbie, B. Qureshi UK Microperimetry changes in age-related macular degeneration subjects implanted with the iolAMD Eyemax extended macular vision intraocular lens

A. Cisek, M. Spyra, P. Klonowski, R. Rejdak POLAND Visual outcomes of two novel trifocal intraocular lenses with different focus to intermediate distance

G. Steinwender, S. Strini, G. Schwantzer, B. Vidic, O. Findl, A. Wedrich, N. Ardjomand AUSTRIA Depth-of-focus after implantation of spherical or aspheric intraocular lenses in hyperopic and emmetropic patients L. Werner, K. Das, S. Collins, X. Hong USA Model eye and in vitro assessment of positive dysphotopsia or glare types photic phenomena: a comparison of a new material IOL to other monofocal intraocular lenses

Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal L. Aloysius Joseph, E. Amran MALAYSIA Evaluation of long-term stability of vision for LENTIS Mplus X V. Arora, A. Sharma, A. Mehrotra INDIA Retrospective clinical evaluation of patients implanted with multifocal intraocular lens T. Ax, 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 G. Bhutani, A. Jain, J. Ram, C. Malhotra INDIA Visual outcomes of bilateral implantation of two different near add diffractive refractive multifocal intraocular lens implants in same subject H. Bissen-Miyajima, K. Minami, S. Yaguchi, A. Takahashi, T. Kanzaki, N. Yoshida JAPAN Preoperative understanding of multifocal intraocular lens: multi-site questionnaire survey of Japanese candidate patients I. Blanco Domínguez, F. Duch, J. Reyes, M. Marti, R. Escude, L. Gonzalez, A. Oteiza SPAIN Comparative prospective study of intraocular multifocal lenses in refractive lens exchange surgery: FineVision® versus Bi-Flex M677MY® – results at 3 months B. Bostanci, A. Karatepe Hashas, E. Tasindi TURKEY Clinical outcomes of a new trifocal intraocular lens with enhanced light energy technology T. Brockmann, P. Arani, A. Pham, N. Torun, C. von Sonnleithner, E. Bertelmann GERMANY Contrast vision of multifocal intraocular lenses using hybrid (diffractive-refractive) optics with different near additions K. Buusova Smeckova, Z. Smecka, B. Strnadova, A. Kovacikova CZECH REPUBLIC Outcomes of the implantation of the toric hydrophobic acrylic trifocal IOL

J. Danjoux, A. Murphy UK One year visual outcomes with a rotationally asymmetric multifocal intraocular implant: the Lenstec SBL-3 D. Dias, A. Abreu, J. Coelho, D. Jose, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Brochado PORTUGAL Study of the performance of AcrySof IQ PanOptix J. Garcia Perez, J. Gros-Otero, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, V. Blazquez, J. Perez-Lanzac, I. Contreras-Martin SPAIN Comparison of visual outcomes one month after cataract surgery with bilateral implantation of PanOptix or FineVision trifocal intraocular lenses O. Giasin, M. Muhtaseb UK Refractive and visual outcomes of a new trifocal toric IOL P. Gohier, M. Pepin, P. Gohier FRANCE PanOptix trifocal implants: preliminary results for 20 patients J. Gros-Otero, J. Garcia-Perez, M. Garcia-Gonzalez, V. Blazquez, J. Perez-Lanzac, I. Contreras SPAIN Visual and refractive outcomes after implantation of trifocal Finevision toric intraocular lens K. Gundersen, R. Potvin NORWAY Visual performance and quality of vision provided by two different trifocal lens designs F. Helvacioglu, E. Sunay, S. Kaya Unsal, O. Kavalcioglu, A. Akyurt, T. Akin TURKEY Residual viscoelastic material in the bag, an important factor yielding refractive shifts after plate haptic multifocal IOL implantation R. Horta, G. Horta BRAZIL Trifocal IOL results with FLACS and manual phacoemulsification B. Ilango UK How not to load a multifocal lens implant M. Izák, K. Selecka Mozuchova, A. Izakova, O. Rastocka SLOVAKIA SBL-3 IOL: satisfactory option also for visually highly demanding patients S. Kaya Ünsal, F. Helvacioglu, E. Sunay, O. Kavalcioglu, A. Akyurt, T. Akin TURKEY Biometric analysis and refractive outcomes of cataract surgeries performed by implantation of trifocal IOL M. Kremeshkov, E. Titarenko RUSSIA The results of AcrySof IQ ReSTOR +2,5 and +3,0 implantation using 'blended' technology E. Law, P. Buckhurst, R. Aggarwal, H. Buckhurst, H. Kasaby UK Randomised clinical trial of the Bi-Flex M multifocal intraocular lens

S. Chae, S. Han, K. Lee SOUTH KOREA Comparison of the effect of position of near addition in asymmetrical refractive multifocal intraocular lenses

C. Lee, H. Kim, J. Kim, M. Kim, H. Tchah SOUTH KOREA Comparison of the visual performances of rotationally asymmetrical refractive multifocal intraocular lenses +1.5 diopter and +3.0 diopter

Y. Chuang, H. Lin, P. Lin TAIWAN Visual outcomes with a MF30 rotational asymmetric refractive intraocular lens

J. Lee, J. Lee, J. Lee SOUTH KOREA Comparative analysis of the clinical outcomes of multifocal intraocular lenses with different add powers

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E-POSTERS B. Lin, Y. Chuang, P. Lin TAIWAN Comparison of visual function after implantation of rotational asymmetric refractive intraocular lens: low-add +1.5 D vs +3.0 D K. Mihaltz, P. Vecsei-Marlovits AUSTRIA Comparative analysis of visual outcomes and patient satisfaction after bilateral implantation of two different diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses in cataract patients K. Minami, H. Bissen-Miyajima, T. Kanzaki, N. Yoshida JAPAN Impact of surgery cost on patient acceptance of multifocal intraocular lenses: multi-site questionnaire survey of Japanese candidate patients K. Nakamura, H. Bissen-Miyajima, M. Hirasawa, Y. Ota, A. Takahashi, K. Minami JAPAN Binocular visual performance after contralateral implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses with different near additional powers A. Osinga, 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) R. Pourmatin, A. Abolhassani IRAN Visual outcomes and patient satisfaction after unilateral implantation of a diffractive trifocal intraocular lens: 2 years follow-up 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 R. Ruiz Mesa, A. Abengozar-Vela SPAIN Visual outcomes of a new trifocal and an extended-range-ofvision intraocular lens A. Sborgia, A. Giovanni ITALY Visual performance with long-term follow-up after Mini WELL intraocular lens (IOL) implantation M. Spyra, A. Cisek, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Functional results following Tecnis low add implantation of diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses in mixed configuration: 2 years observation M. Spyra, A. Cisek, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Visual outcomes of four presbyopia-correcting intraocular lenses in various configurations D. Teenan UK Visual outcomes of a low add segmented bifocal IOL B. Torun Acar, S. Acar TURKEY Comparison of visual outcomes after cataract surgery with implantation of two different trifocal intraocular lenses H. Weeber, C. Canovas, A. Alarcon, D. Chang, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Difference in optical properties between trifocal, multifocal and extended-range-of-vision lenses N. Yesilirmak, Y. Akova TURKEY Comparison of visual acuity, contrast sensitivity and higher order aberrations between bifocal intraocular lenses and trifocal intraocular lenses

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Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric D. André SWITZERLAND Rotational stability and visual outcome after implantation of the PreciSal aspheric toric intraocular lens P. Arani, A. Pham, J. Klonner, E. Bertelmann, C. von Sonnleithner GERMANY Clinical results and higher-order aberrations after implantation of a hydrophilic toric intraocular lens M. Calatayud SPAIN Management of ectopia lentis combining Cionni capsular tension ring and Precizon toric IOL E. Can TURKEY Cataract phacoemulsification with toric intraocular lenses for post-penetrating keratoplasty astigmatism O. Erikitola, D. Lyall, A. Fern UK A comparison of visual and refractive outcomes following the implantation of either a plate haptic or open loop haptic acrylic toric intraocular lens in eyes with high corneal astigmatism (>2.50D) T. Ferreira, B. Feijoo, L. Zabala, P. Campos, P. Guerra, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Clinical outcomes at one year follow-up after cataract surgery with a new transitional toric intraocular lens S. Gupte, R. Raveendran INDIA To analyse effectiveness of toric IOL in correcting various degrees of astigmatism G. Lopez Valverde, R. Hernandez Vian, E. Del Prado Sanz, A. Mateo Orobia, M. Idoipe Corta, A. Gavin, L. Pablo Julvez SPAIN Contrast sensibility study between patients with AMO Tecnis Toric Aspheric ZCTT IOL and AMO Tecnis 1 ZCB00 IOL after cataract surgery L. Modis, A. Rentka, A. Kemeny-Beke HUNGARY Toric intraocular lens implantation after corneal transplantation S. Moolani, A. Moolani INDIA Toric intraocular lens implants in correction of corneal astigmatism during cataract surgery: a case series M. Pande, E. Proudfoot UK Functional vision and efficacy of ERV toric lens in lens exchange surgery D. Schartmüller, S. Schriefl, C. Leydolt, R. Menapace AUSTRIA Rotational stability of the AcrySof SN60WF in more than 100 eyes L. Schwarzenbacher, D. Schartmueller, C. Leydolt, R. Menapace AUSTRIA Rotational stability of an aspheric hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens: enVista MX60 R. Seif, J. Bleik, N. Jabbur LEBANON Use of digital marking for toric intraocular lenses in a patient with cyclodeviation S. Selvam, M. Arunakirinathan, S. Khan UK Outcomes of 46 eyes with AcrySof IQ toric intraocular lens of SN6AT9 subtype following routine cataract surgery in the National Health Service, UK S. Selvam, M. Arunakirinathan, S. Khan UK Refractive outcomes of AcrySof® IQ SN6AT9 toric IOL implantation to treat high corneal astigmatism during cataract surgery


J. Soler Tomas, G. Fuentes-Paez, S. Burillo SPAIN Monofocal toric intraocular lens implantation: visual and refractive results

M. Macsek, A. Ettl, A. Daxer AUSTRIA MyoRing implantation for the treatment of post-laser in situ keratomileusis keratectasia

F. Teixeira, P. Guerra, A. Barata, F. Caiado-Sousa, A. Goncalves, A. Quintas, W. Rodrigues PORTUGAL Toric IOL calculation: comparison between anterior and total keratometry

A. Martins, M. Oliveira, P. Gil, A. Rosa, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL Unsafety of a hydrogel corneal inlay to correct presbyopia: 5 year follow-up

Quality of Vision Evaluation Techniques J. Costa, A. Rosa, A. Miranda, E. Almeida, F. Silva, C. Miguel, J. Murta PORTUGAL Neuroadaptation to glare in patients with multifocal IOLs: functional imaging results L. Hervella Ginesta, E. Villegas, J. Marin, P. Artal SPAIN Clinical validation of the VAO adaptive optics visual simulator A. Martins, A. Rosa, A. Miranda, M. Patricio, B. Harvey, M. Castelo-Branco, J. Murta PORTUGAL Optical properties influence visual cortical resolution after cataract surgery and dissociate from perceived quality of vision R. Murali, S. Nishanth, N. Harish, N. Madhivanan, N. Madhivanan, S. Banu INDIA Detection of amblyopia risk factors using SPOT photo-screener in community-based vision screening programmes M. Rodriguez Vallejo, A. Tauste, C. Albarran, I. Basterra, D. Pinero, J. Fernandez SPAIN Validation of a new clinical system for the fast measure of defocus curves with iPad R. Silva, D. Reis-Cabral, P. Camacho, S. Frazao, P. Rodrigues, M. Vila Franca, J. Valadares PORTUGAL Assessment of choroidal thickness and retinal sensitivity in postoperative high myopic eyes I. Singh USA Pre and postoperative objective assessment of quality of vision in patients undergoing YAG vitreolysis using wavefront aberrometry H. Zwickl, C. Leisser, N. Hirnschall, M. Ullrich, O. Findl AUSTRIA Repeatability of a Hartmann Shack sensor in pseudophakic eyes

Refractive Corneal Inlays S. Bafna, W. Wiley USA Initial results using a non-refractive shape-changing hydrogel corneal inlay to correct presbyopia L. Bataille, J. Aliรณ, E. Chorro, F. Versaci, S. Faini, A. Vega-Estrada SPAIN Testing Ann: a neural network to guide keratoconus treatment with ICRS C. Gutierrez Amoros, E. Barragan, A. Lang, A. Roy, S. Ulloa SPAIN Sensitivity to centration and clinical outcomes after implanting a shape-changing corneal inlay M. Jafarinasab IRAN Corneal inlays from donor corneal tissue for management of KCN C. Karabatsas, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Ex-vivo femto laser-assisted (FLA) corneal inlay xenografts (CIX) combined with CXL: novel technique

M. Mrochen, D. Boss, S. Coreia, D. Muller SWITZERLAND Shaping corneal inlays and onlays for presbyopia and hyperopia with ArF excimer laser technology G. Parkhurst, A. Roy, A. Lang, G. Lau, E. Barragan, R. Steinert, D. Koch USA Patient satisfaction using a multivariate statistical analysis after implantation of a hydrogel corneal inlay in presbyopic emmetropes Y. Shkandina, I. Muskova, B. Malygin, A. Karimova RUSSIA Presbyopia correction with corneal inlays: experimental study in vivo J. Theng, H. Choi, S. Chng, S. Zhi Da SINGAPORE Combined LASIK and a transparent shape-changing corneal inlay with mitomycin C (MMC) D. Tran USA Clinical outcomes after implantation of a hydrogel shapechanging corneal inlay for the treatment of presbyopia J. Whitman USA Early commercial outcomes using mitomycin C with hydrogel shape-changing corneal inlay with and without concurrent LASIK

Refractive Lens Exchange O. Chuiko, P. George, M. Tetyana, K. Andrew, C. Oleksii UKRAINE The role of multifocal IOL choice in refractive lens replacement E. Eskina, K. Davtian RUSSIA How to choose parameters, while planning refractive small incision lenticule extraction (ReLEx SMILE)? The algorithm A. Frings, J. Steinberg, S. Linke, V. Druchkiv, T. Katz GERMANY Laser enhancement after multifocal intraocular lens surgery: still a compromise solution? E. Hemkeppler, M. Bรถhm, M. Herzog, S. Schรถnbrunn, N. De Lorenzo, K. Petermann, T. Kohnen GERMANY Comparative analysis of subjective optical quality after bilateral implantation of two novel diffractive trifocal intraocular lenses following lens removal L. Jhala INDIA Refractive lensectomy for high myopia in elderly patients C. Palomino, A. Castillo, D. Carmona, M. Romero Dominguez, J. Angel Cristobal, M. Elias de Tejada SPAIN Surgical indication in patients previously subject to refractive surgery to implant extended-focus IOL M. Troplini, E. Qerimi ALBANIA Correction of high hyperopia in young patients with clear lens extraction T. Zimina, A. Mezentseva, I. Pastukh UKRAINE Toric IOL in refractive surgery of patients with corneal astigmatism

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E-POSTERS Refractive Surgery Complications M. Atencia Ballesteros, J. Coin Ruiz, G. Fernandez-Baca Vaca SPAIN Case report of central toxic keratopathy (CTK): early diagnosis and management A. Balestrazzi, E. Balestrazzi, P. Michieletto ITALY PTK for corneal haze after PRK in femto-DALK M. Bohac, N. Gabric, M. Anticic, M. Koncarevic, A. Pasalic, A. Dukic CROATIA Custom ablations on irregular corneas V. Borisov RUSSIA Management of intraoperative issues and frequency of their occurrence during femtolaser-assisted LASIK using the WaveLight® FS200 laser B. Ekinci Koktekir, S. Okudan TURKEY A case of epithelial ingrowth after SMILE E. Eskina, K. Davtyan RUSSIA Special aspects of planning small incision lenticule extraction (ReLEx SMILE) for patients with low myopia: short-term outcomes

Refractive Surgery New Techniques/ Instrumentation/Devices S. Adib-Moghaddam, S. Soleyman-Jahi, G. Tefagh, S. Tofighi IRAN Visual outcomes of transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy in forme-fruste keratoconus: 18 month follow-up J. Alvarez de Toledo, R. Barraquer Compte, P. Sauvageot Beneria, J. Lamarca Mateu, B. Salvador Culla SPAIN Intraoperative digital alignment of intracorneal ring segments: preliminary results J. Arbelaez, M. Arbelaez OMAN Single step transepithelial PRK (TransPRK) with smart pulse technology (SPT) M. Ariza Gracia, D. Abler, J. Miret, D. Pinero, P. Buchler, A. Artola Roig SWITZERLAND Opto-mechanical computational framework for the assessment of laser surgeries I. Aslanides, A. Zafar GREECE Which is true surface ablation?

V. Galvis, N. Carreno, A. Tello, A. Laiton, C. Diaz COLOMBIA Severe pigment dispersion after iris-claw phakic intraocular lens implantation

J. Bai CHINA Preliminary results on topography-guided femtosecond laser astigmatic keratotomy for correcting myopic astigmatism

I. Irman Grcar, M. Irman, R. Grcar SLOVENIA Corneal ectasia after excimer laser corneal refractive procedure, analysis of cases and identification of risk factors

L. Batalina, K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, A. Tsygankov, E. Antonov RUSSIA Femto-assisted retreatment after LASIK in long-term follow-up care: clinical cases and new surgery presentation

N. Kachuriak, I. Kaplin, N. Polunina UKRAINE The case of corneal epithelium abruption after LASEK caused by trauma I. Kaplin UKRAINE Traumatic corneal epithelium abruption following LASEK A. Kotb, M. Galal UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Treatment of postoperative photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) corneal haze using self-retained cryopreserved amniotic membrane (PKS) V. Kurenkov, N. Kuznetsova, K. Chinenova, N. Kurenkova, S. Abramov, S. Kurenkova RUSSIA Use of PRP technology in conservative treatment of diffuse lamellar keratitis after LASIK E. Legrottaglie, R. Vinciguerra, F. Camesasca, S. Trazza, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Long-term follow-up of corneal apical scar after hyperopic excimer laser refractive surgery treated with sequential customized therapeutic keratectomy (SCTK) R. Moussa EGYPT A case of infective keratitis following femtosecond laserassisted implantation of 355° ICRS in patient with keratoconus P. Piccinini, R. Piccinini ITALY A case of epithelial ingrowth after ReLEx SMILE treated successfully with Nd:YAG laser R. Sadrutdinov, I. Bogush, V. Chernykh RUSSIA Handling of occasional FemtoLASIK complications J. Saldaña Garrido, B. Canizares Baos, P. Tana Rivero SPAIN Post SMILE epithelial ingrowth far located from incision managed surgically M. Samuel UK Controversies in the diagnosis and management of central toxic keratopathy (CTK)

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A. Bozkurt Oflaz, B. Ekinci Koktekir, S. Okuda TURKEY The influence of small incision lenticule extraction on ocular high order aberrations E. Can TURKEY Six-month results of accelerated corneal cross-linking (CXL) using an increased total dose of 7.2 J/cm2 with dextran-free isotonic riboflavin solution R. Chaudhary, S. Chaudhary, H. Mehra INDIA A single arm prospective study evaluating the efficacy of topography-guided LASIK (CONTOURA VISION) B. Ekinci Koktekir, S. Okudan TURKEY Does level of myopia affect improvement in visual quality and high order aberrations in early postoperative period of SMILE? M. Elling, I. Kersten-Gomez, S. Taneri, B. Dick GERMANY Photorefractive intrastromal cross-linking (PiXL) with supplemental oxygen for reduction of myopia A. Grzybowski, M. Gaca-Wysocka, K. Kozlik-Nowakowska POLAND Comparison of three optical biometers T. He CHINA Clinical outcomes after wavefront-guided LASIK for the correction of myopia using high resolution aberrometer I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Combined ex-vivo femto laser-assisted (FLA) intracorneal ring segment xenografts (ICRSX), and CXL: a novel technique M. Nicolae, A. Filip, M. Filip, C. Rotaru ROMANIA Efficacy and safety of SMILE in treating middle to high myopia R. Pérez, D. Medel, A. Matamoros, V. Caraballo SPAIN Astigmatism treatment outcomes when using the ReLEx SMILE technique


O. Pisarevskaya, T. Iureva, A. Shchuko, T. Frolova, L. Khlebnikova, V. Bukina RUSSIA SMILE post SMILE: a new approach to correction of residual myopia R. Rajpal, G. Lytle, A. Nicklin, D. Usher, D. Adler USA Factors impacting the outcomes of photorefractive intrastromal cross-linking (PIXL) R. Ruiz Mesa, A. Abengozar-Vela SPAIN Evaluation of a novel color-LED corneal topographer and its comparison with two monochromatic LEDs and a Scheimpflug imaging device

L. Escaf Jaraba, L. Leon Ibanez, L. Escaf Sales, C. Quijano Maya COLOMBIA Total cataract: a tool to evaluate risk, raise an alert on complications and measure results generating big data for multiple uses in cataract surgery C. Gunasekera, J. Patel, V. Bansal, A. Mukherjee UK A novel inexpensive way to record microsurgery, remote slit lamp imaging, engage in telemedicine and perform anterior segment imaging using telescope-smartphone adaptors N. Jayawickrema, A. Jayarathna, B. Amarasinghe SRI LANKA Cadaver eye dissection: a promising way to gain surgical skills

M. Sadoughi, A. Veisi, B. Einollahi, M. Sedaghat, M. Zare, D. Roshandel, N. Einollahi IRAN Short-term outcomes of femtosecond laser-assisted implantation of 340 degrees intracorneal ring segment in keratoconus

T. López Montes, M. Gonzalez Rodriguez, C. Fernandez Otero, C. Martinez Reglero SPAIN Intraocular pressure elevation after cataract surgery: residents versus attending surgeons

H. Sandhu, J. Than, A. Davidson, R. Cann, A. Barsam UK Small aperture intraocular lens combined with Sulcoflex supplementary IOL treatment of cataract in a patient with previous radial keratotomy: case report

A. Neto Batista Lacerda, R. Moreira Dos Santos Lacerda BRAZIL Capsulorhexis training in artificial material: an important instrument to reduce iatrogenies in cataract surgery

J. Siedlecki, N. Luft, D. Kook, W. Mayer, S. Priglinger, W. Sekundo, M. Dirisamer GERMANY Enhancement after myopic SMILE using surface ablation

K. Shahare, H. Vannadil, M. Khan INDIA Retrospective outcome analysis of manual SICS during different phases of training of ophthalmology trainees as compared to the consultants Z. Thng, S. Wiryasaputra, L. Lee SINGAPORE Empowering doctors, improving vision, increasing satisfaction!

Refractive Surgery Practice Styles J. Dermott, C. O'Donnell, A. Hartwig UK Development of a novel tool for patient-reported outcomes in refractive surgery reported in a contemporary private hospital group setting Z. Fengju, W. Dan CHINA Study on relevant factors of predictability to different refraction after SMILE surgery L. Gang, Z. Fengju CHINA Comparative study on different restoration methods of refractive lenticules (RLs) after SMILE surgery J. Mehlan, J. Steinberg, M. Spitzer, T. Katz, S. Linke GERMANY Impact of prominent superior steepening on safety and efficacy of LASIK A. Zafar, I. Asslanides GREECE Do we really need mitomycin for ASLA (advanced surface laser ablation)

Training and Innovation in Education J. Batlle, W. Felch DOMINICAN REPUBLIC The impact of International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) examinations in the Latin America region F. de Andrade Oliveira Ribeiro, M. de Abreu Nery, P. Oliveira Ribeiro, S. de Padua, T. da Silva, S. Melo Caffaro, J. Halley Franco Faria BRAZIL Development of an online course about ‘eye health in primary care’ by an ophthalmologist and medicine students for an ophthalmology academic group

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

9 – 11 February 2018 Sava Centar, Belgrade, Serbia

www.escrs.org


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VIDEO COMPETITION Videos can be viewed on the eTerminals located in the Poster Village

R. Badaro BRAZIL Myopic phakic IOL farewell

VIDEO AWARDS SESSION

R. Baile, P. Rajput INDIA Topical phacoemulsification made easy: concept to reality

Sunday 8 October 14.00 – 16.00 Room 2.1

VIDEO COMPETITION

In addition to the overall Michael Blumenthal Award, prizes will be awarded in the following categories:

A. Bajaj, R. Shetty, L. Kaweri, M. Kurian INDIA Ray tracing aberrometry for cataract surgeons M. Balyan, C. Malhotra, J. Ram, D. Dhingra, V. Singh, A. Jain INDIA A new technique to attain continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis in white cataract cases to prevent Argentinian flag sign

- Difficult and Special Cases - Educational - Historical - Innovative - Resident in Training - Scientific

A. Basker, N. Madhivanan, M. Ariga, M. Rajan, P. Nivean, M. Palani INDIA Double trouble: one solution

In order to receive the prize, winners must be present at the Awards Session.

G. Bianchi ARGENTINA Phaco cataract surgery without viscoelastic substance: Bianchi’s method

A. Agarwal INDIA A new mobile autoperimeter using virtual reality A. Agarwal INDIA Soemmering’s Ring: management with a novel technique A. Agarwal INDIA Vitrectomy-assisted phacoemulsification for lenticular coloboma M. Ahmed, A. Desai UK Dodging the bullet: an intralenticular implant S. Alharbi SAUDI ARABIA Surgical management of hidden lens O. Al-Shymali, J. Alio del Barrio SPAIN Femtosecond laser-assisted tuck-in penetrating keratoplasty (PKP) for severe keratoglobus

S. Bhattacharjee INDIA Pupil expansion redefined

C. Boianovsky, J. Lake, A. Crema, T. Pacini BRAZIL The second wave S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA Tell me why? Story of posterior corneal astigmatism D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Blended binocular vision with segmental multifocal intraocular lenses (MIOL) M. Calatayud, J. Hernecki SPAIN Combined phaco, HumanOptics artifcial iris and DSAEK in an eye with a previous traumatic iridoplasty and secondary cataract E. Can TURKEY Sutureless and flapless intrascleral fixation of posterior chamber intraocular lens for correction of aphakia

R. Ambrosio BRAZIL Ectasia I: enhanced diagnosis

S. Canabrava, G. Lopes, L. Bernardino, T. Batisteli BRAZIL New technique for sutureless transscleral capsular bag fixation in zonular instability

M. Anbar EGYPT Difficult decision in a sudden situation

D. Carvalho Jr, F. Neves, D. Carvalho BRAZIL Adjustable mix scleral fixation technique

M. Anbar EGYPT Traumatic epithelial ingrowth

J. Celis Sánchez, D. Mesa Varona, E. Avendaño Cantos, J. Cabra Dueñas, M. Díaz Fernández, A. Moñuz Martínez, P. Cuesta Santos, F. Gonzalez Del Ville SPAIN Neurotrophic keratopathy in a child: corneal neurotization

N. Anisimova, B. Malyugin, N. Sobolev RUSSIA Femtocataract: 1001 nights J. Aramberri, J. Ferreira Mendes SPAIN We never surrender A. Armia EGYPT Believe it or not! A. Armia EGYPT Potbelly dancing cataract (imagination versus reality) J. Arrieta ARGENTINA Glaucorefractive surgery for presbyopia M. Arunkumar, N. Madhivanan, M. Ariga, P. Nivean, C. Jose, N. Madhivanan INDIA Small eye, big problems T. Asami, I. Ota, G. Miyake, M. Kikuchi, K. Miyake JAPAN A rescue technique for a luxated IOL

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J. Cendelin, N. Ondrova, L. Cileckova, M. Hlozanek CZECH REPUBLIC Special features of traumatic cataract surgery in children G. Cervantes-Coste, V. Valdepena-Lopez Velarde MEXICO Intraocular implants have arrived: how to deal with them and a cataract? D. Chatterjee, J. Sengupta, A. Khetan INDIA A new technique for intraoperative centration of toric intraocular lens R. Chaudhary INDIA Low IOP phaco using Trocar ACM, CTR and Ahmed segment for the management of subluxated cataracts of 6 clock hours S. Chaudhary, R. Chaudhary INDIA An ICL’s (Implantable Collamer Lens) own true story


VIDEO COMPETITION N. Chirapapaisan THAILAND Posterior polar cataract

J. Ferreira Mendes, M. Domingues PORTUGAL Eye wars: may the force bicupid IOL

W. Chong SINGAPORE A recipe for disaster: poor wounds, small pupil, floppy iris and high vitreous pressure

S. Gamal Eldin EGYPT Managing the cataract in the presence of a phakic Artisan intraocular lens

D. Choudhary, P. Faujdar, N. Sharma INDIA Novel technique of Bowman’s layer tucking for patching non-infected corneal perforations and impending perforations

S. Gamal Eldin EGYPT Pupiloplasty: a novel technique

J. Christy, M. Mouttapa INDIA ‘No hydro’ technique of nucleus prolapse in manual small incision cataract surgery M. Cigales, J. Hoyos-Chacon, M. Iradier, J. Hoyos-Campillo SPAIN Once upon a time there was a flap M. Cigales, J. Hoyos-Chacon, J. Hoyos-Campillo SPAIN Posterior phakic lens adhered to crystalline lens capsule S. Coscarelli, L. Torquetti BRAZIL Type II big bubble in DALK: watch out! J. Costa, P. Gil, J. Marques, M. Marques, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL Corneal eclipse L. Daniel Ponniah, H. Anandan INDIA War on posterior corneal infections M. Das, A. Mitra, A. Pradhan, A. Mohanta, T. Chowdhury INDIA Salvage and preserve the utmost from wreckage! K. Dayawansa, M. Herath SRI LANKA Memorable outcome from posterior capsule rupture C. de Pablo Martin, E. Mata Diaz, C. Monton Gimenez, E. Conesa Hernandez SPAIN Capsulorhexis is gone V. de Rojas, R. Lorente, M. Alvarez, B. Lorente, C. Rodriguez, S. Vina, S. Rodriguez SPAIN Uveitis-glaucoma-hyphema syndrome: unusual cases associated with in-the-bag placement of intraocular lens D. Dhingra, A. Jain, C. Malhotra, V. Jakhar INDIA Intraocular lens (IOL) exchange for the management of refractive surprise following cataract surgery in a post-radial keratotomy (RK) patient

A. Gandasubrata INDONESIA One-haptic scleral fixation of secondary posterior chamber intraocular lens in aphakia patient with large iridodialysis S. Ganekal, S. Kodur, K. Kudlu INDIA Non stick IOL fixation A. Ganguly INDIA Fortune favours the brave A. Garg, H. Matalia, U. Choudhary, C. Nandini, R. Shetty INDIA The wondrous world of refractive surgery: a beginner’s journey P. Ghalla, J. Matalia, P. Panmand, S. Muthu INDIA A world of a difference: a beginner’s journey into paediatric cataract management S. Goel INDIA Dropped but not lost: IOL scaffolding F. González del Valle, M. Domínguez Fernández, S. López-Romero Moraleda, A. Núnez Sánchez, E. Infantes Molina, J. Celis Sánchez SPAIN Capsular bag transplantation as an option to resolve uveitis glaucoma hyphema syndrome following intraocular transscleral suture-fixated intraocular lens: ophthalmic surgery, a school of resilience F. González del Valle, S. López-Romero Moraleda, M. Pradas González, E. López Mondéjar, J. Celis Sánchez, L. Riveira Villalobos, J. Rivera Salazar, J. Galvez Martinez SPAIN Post traumatic crystalline lens subluxation: a new surgical treatment for an old problem F. Gonzalez-Lopez, B. Mompean, R. Bilbao-Calabuig, J. Vila SPAIN Vault range: a new approach to vaulting in collamer phakic intraocular lens surgery R. Grcar, I. Irman Grcar, M. Irman SLOVENIA Comparison of femtosecond laser-assisted vs manual technique for crystalline lens nucleus removal

D. Dhingra, A. Jain, C. Malhotra, V. Jakhar INDIA Surgical management of a case of isolated lens coloboma in more than 4 clock hours in a young adult

T. Grover, R. Shetty, A. Sinha, A. Ghosh, P. Khamar, P. Kusumgar INDIA Flap vs flapless: Devil’s advocate

M. Di Gregorio, G. Lo Presti, T. Iannucci ITALY Artificial iris and intraocular lens implantation in post-traumatic eyes: surgical management and outcomes

S. Han, K. Lee, M. Park SOUTH KOREA The novel approach: corneal thinning reinforcement with lentiules from small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) surgery

N. Din, A. Hawrami, P. Sanghi, T. Ayoub, A. LaMantia UK Non-operative human factor complications in cataract surgery R. Donoso, J. Compan CHILE Novel technique for lens cortex remotion before phacoemulsification during cataract surgery D. Dutta INDIA Dropped a nucleus? Don’t worry be happy: you can fix it now H. Elbedewy, M. Ghoraba EGYPT Rescuing the zonules in mild lens subluxation (equator cleft technique)

T. Hanemoto JAPAN Umbrella flip approach without hydrodissection to phacoemulsification J. Hoyos-Chacon, M. Cigales, J. Hoyos-Campillo SPAIN ‘Refractive surprise’ in cataract surgery after LASIK K. Ichikawa, S. Tokiwa, N. Naito, H. Toda, K. Ichikawa JAPAN Comparison of toric intraocular lens operability using MiyakeApple View

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T. Chowdhury, M. Das, T. Ghoshal INDIA All is not lost!


VIDEO COMPETITION S. Jacob INDIA A novel treatment: corneal allogenic intrastromal ring segments (CAIRS) for keratoconus – the natural advantage

A. La Mantia ITALY Cataract surgery with intraoperative pupil constriction in eye with previous penetrating injury

S. Jacob INDIA Smile away a dermoid

V. Lalgudi, R. Shetty, M. Kurian, M. Hemamalini INDIA Towards ideal vault for all: lessons from difficult cases and unusual outcomes – what drives my patients’ postoperative ICL vault?

VIDEO COMPETITION

M. Jafarinasab IRAN Manual annular keratoplasty for management of severe and complicated Terrien’s marginal degeneration after cataract surgery A. Jain, V. Jakhar, D. Dhingra, J. Ram, C. Malhotra INDIA Achieving excellent refractive outcome in cataract surgery in a post radial keratotomy (RK) patient using intraoperative aberrometry by Optiwave Refractive Analysis (ORA) J. Jun, S. Bang SOUTH KOREA Iris reconstruction using autologous iris preserved in cold balanced salt solution for 8 hours in iatrogenic total iridodialysis during cataract surgery B. Kaluzny POLAND Foldable IOL breakage after scleral suture fixation V. Kanaujia, K. Sharma INDIA Phaco chop without chopper A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Ex-vivo femto laser-assisted (FLA) intracorneal ring segment xenografts (ICRSX) combined with CXL: novel technique A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Topography-modified refraction (TMR) vs standard: adjustment of sphere, cylinder axis and amount (CAA) in LASIK U. Kanj, A. Barua UK Combined penetrating keratoplasty with open sky cataract and IOL complicated by Argentinian flag C. Karabatsas, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE 3D excimer-laser (EL) cyclorotation compensation (CC) validation and dynamic monitoring: a novel technique C. Karabatsas, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE 3D intraoperative, toric IOL implantation-axis guidance (tIOLiG): validation and dynamic monitoring in a novel technique P. Khamar, R. Shetty, R. Deshmukh INDIA Known devil unknown work S. Koay, A. Dumitrescu, M. Elgohary UK Using the Ahmed capsule tension segment (CTS) during cataract surgery in a patient with pre-existing zonular dehiscence I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Combined ex-vivo femto laser-assisted (FLA) corneal inlay xenografts (CIX) and CXL: novel technique I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Combined PTK and clear-cornea cataract extraction (CE) aided with a 23-gauge illuminator (23I) in a trachoma patient B. Kostovska MACEDONIA Double anterior lens capsule: double capsulorhexis A. Kovalenko, G. Parkhomenko, A. Farafonova UKRAINE Black cataract surgery complications T. Kozawa JAPAN New propeller turbo tip for torsional PEA P. Kusumghar, R. Shetty, A. Sinha Roy INDIA Artificial intelligence in ophthalmology: a holistic approach to link tomography and biomechanics in progressive keratoconus

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O. Le Quoy FRANCE Correction of giant astigmatism associated with surgical treatment of post-traumatic aphakia M. Lee, Y. Lee MALAYSIA Use of a micropatterned silicone ring for manual capsulorhexis B. Lin, Y. Huang, Y. Chuang, P. Lin, M. Chen, K. Yao, X. Tang TAIWAN White traps G. Loh, A. Mearza, A. Porteous UK A modified lamellar pocket technique for corneal tattooing in a microphthalmic blind eye with a congenital white cataract and calcific band keratopathy D. Lopes, S. Parreira, S. Barros, F. Fraga, I. Machado, N. Campos PORTUGAL Explantation surgery and new intraocular lens implantation as surgical management of in-the-bag intraocular lens subluxation P. Lopez Lizarraga, F. March De Ribot, A. March De Ribot SPAIN Anterior and posterior surgical approach of diabetic complications P. Lopez Lizarraga, F. March De Ribot, A. March De Ribot SPAIN Challenging trauma surgery in the microincision era S. Mahuvakar, M. Nagpal, R. Juneja INDIA Let there be light S. Mahuvakar, P. Chaudhary INDIA When the going gets white! R. Makarov, I. Mushkova, N. Maichuk, N. Sobolev, N. Anisimova RUSSIA Femtosecond laser-assisted clear lens exchange (CLE) followed by topography-guided transepithelial prk (TGT PRK) in corneal opacity combined with hyperopic refraction F. March De Ribot, P. Lopez Lizarraga, A. March De Ribot SPAIN Posterior vitreous detachment shift during cataract surgery F. March De Ribot, P. Lopez Lizarraga, A. March De Ribot SPAIN Surgical approach after a firework injury Y. Masuda JAPAN Irrigation dynamic pressure-assisted hydrodissection during cataract surgery J. Matalia, P. Ghalla, S. Shirke, B. Shetty INDIA Pursuit of vision against all odds Z. Mazhry PAKISTAN Innovative needle-assisted haptic externalisation and fixation of Alcon AcrySof Multipiece (MP) foldable IOL M. McDonald, R. Fumuso, D. Carlin King USA Acuity A. Mehta, N. Agarwal INDIA Phakic IOL: managing the unexpected


VIDEO COMPETITION

S. Mohan, M. Rajan INDIA Retrieving the lost bubble S. Moolani, A. Moolani INDIA Man versus iris S. Moolani, A. Moolani INDIA Never a simple black and white surgery: decoding white mature cataracts R. Moussa EGYPT Oblique oriented scleral fixated IOL and iris reconstruction M. Mouttapa, P. Baskaran, S. Ramakrishnan INDIA Extraocular needle-guided haptic insertion technique of scleral fixation intraocular lens surgeries (X-NIT) R. Murali, N. Madhivanan, M. Rajan, M. Kathri, P. Nivean, M. Arunkumar INDIA Techniques of managing nucleus drop during phacoemulsification: anterior, posterior and fragmentationassisted levitation

V. Ramakrishana, C. Vasudevan, S. Narendran INDIA Tips and tricks: capsulorhexis in intumescent cataracts V. Ramakrishana, C. Vasudevan, S. Narendran INDIA When lenses go wrong: tips on IOL explantation K. Ramamoorthy, N. Madhivanan, P. Nivean, N. Madhivanan, S. Nishanth, M. Rajan INDIA The art and science of rhexis M. Ramesh INDIA A hold of a dancing nucleus: old and new go hand in hand M. Ramesh INDIA A war with no sword: phacoemulsification in small pupil without expanders H. Roberts, V. Wagh UK Femtosecond laser-assisted extracapsular cataract extraction J. Rodriguez Prats, P. Tana Rivero, J. Saldana Garrido, B. Canizares Baos, E. Artiaga Elordi, J. Munoz Tomas, P. Devesa Torregrosa SPAIN Severe anterior capsule contraction treated by femtosecond laser capsulotomy

S. Muthu, J. Matalia, P. Ghalla, P. Panmand, B. Shetty INDIA The silver lining in paediatric cataract surgery: resurgence of endoilluminator

J. Roman Guindo, V. Vargas Fragoso, R. Ferreira-Oliveira SPAIN Bilensectomy with monofocal toric intraocular lens explantation and replacement by monofocal intraocular lens

M. Nagata, H. Matsushima, K. Mukai, T. Senoo JAPAN Prevention of anterior capsulorhexis contraction

O. Sahin, I. Pallikaris GREECE Pallikaris active accommodative lens (PAAL)

D. Nowakowska, R. Rejdak, K. Nowomiejska, J. Wielgos, T. Choragiewicz, A. Juenemann POLAND The outcome of Scharioth Macula Lens implantation in patient with myopic macular degeneration

K. Sainani, R. Shetty, R. Shroff, T. Grover, P. Kusumgar, P. Khamar, R. Gowda INDIA Understanding cross-linking outcomes: the dark side of the moon

G. Ogirala, G. Vishnuteja INDIA Capsulorhexis in hypermature cataract

M. Saxena, G. Mishra INDIA A new technique for dislocated IOL

G. Ogirala, G. Vishnuteja INDIA Phaco in post PKP complicated cataract

N. Senchenko RUSSIA Rekeratoplasty in severe dry eye syndrome

R. Om Parkash, S. Mahajan, T. Om Parkash INDIA Flap motility sign for posterior capsule rupture in peripherally extended anterior capsule tear

J. Sengupta INDIA Why do they happen to me?

R. Osher USA Complications of ophthalmic anaesthesia: a career odyssey A. Panga, D. Stanila, A. Stanila ROMANIA Anterior capsule opacification? A. Panico ITALY A new EDOF IOL S. Parreira, D. Lopes, S. Barros, N. Donaire, P. Campos, N. Campos PORTUGAL Piggyback IOL implantation to correct refractive surprise R. Prasad, A. Badhani, G. Dogra INDIA Terminator: chopper use in the terminal chop technique for full thickness nuclear segmentation in mature hard cataract M. Rajan, S. Mohan INDIA Punchorhexis R. Rajasekaran INDIA Be like James Bond because your IOL breaks only twice R. Rajasekaran INDIA Eyes are small yet problems are big: a challenging scenario with micro cornea, coloboma and grade 6+ cataract in one-eyed patient

T. Shah INDIA PPCT (posterior polar cushion technique) for post polar cataract K. Shahare, K. Singh, A. Sati INDIA Simultaneous glueless and sutureless intrascleral fixation of posterior chamber intraocular lens (PCIOL) with manual Descemet’s stripping endothelial keratoplasty (DSEK) in a case of aphakic bullous keratopathy (ABK) M. Shanturova RUSSIA Lamellar autokeratoplasty: method of choice to treat trophic corneal ulcers on only eye K. Shih, J. Lee, S. Yim, S. Chan, J. Lai HONG KONG Management of intraoperative prolapse during cataract surgery R. Shroff, R. Dutta, A. Kaul, G. Singh, N. Shroff INDIA Zepto vs femto: the battle for the perfect rhexis S. Shukhaev, A. Tomilova, L. Balashevich, E. Boiko RUSSIA Femto comparison R. Shukla INDIA Management of broken haptic through small incision

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VIDEO COMPETITION

A. Mirshahi GERMANY Mastering small pupil in cataract surgery without dilating devices


VIDEO COMPETITION A. Sideri, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Smile in the post-penetrating keratoplasty (PK) refractive error management in a keratoconus patient

S. Yaguchi, S. Yaguchi JAPAN Management of the subluxated lens using a T-shaped capsule stabilization hook

A. Sideri, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Traumatic lens dislocation (TLD), and secondary glaucoma managed with anterior vitrectomy (AV) and iris-claw IOL (ICIOL)

Z. Yap SINGAPORE Getting all caught up

VIDEO COMPETITION

S. Singh INDIA Intratunnel phacofracture: a new nucleus management technique of MSICS S. Singh INDIA Manual non-phaco techniques for phaco surgeons V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Combined PTK, PRK and adjunct CXL for visually debilitating Meesmann corneal dystrophy management in a 37 year-old woman V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Keratoplasty (PK) and cataract removal (CR) in a patient with severe iatrogenic ocular surface disease (OSD) J. Stevens UK New technique for corneal cross-linking thin corneas P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Photorefractive intrastromal cross-linking (PiXL) for low refractive error V. Sugantharaj INDIA Of serendipity and sleight of hand T. Sugirua JAPAN Studies of sutureless fixation of intraocular lens with 3 haptics in aphakic human cadaver eyes J. Sukhija, S. Pandav, S. Kaur, S. Kaushik, S. Raj, J. Ram INDIA I may be thin but you always need my support H. Suzuki, T. Igarashi, T. Shiwa, H. Takahashi JAPAN Observation of anterior chamber with a slit lamp microscope during cataract surgery P. Tañá Rivero, B. Canizares Baos, J. Saldana Garrido, J. Rodriguez Prats, J. Munoz Tomas, E. Artiaga Elordi SPAIN Ora System: the refractive excellence in cataract surgery P. Tewari, R. Shetty, T. Grover, K. Sainani INDIA OMG...I lost my flap J. Torras SPAIN Unexpected subluxated lens in a left-handed resident cataract surgery C. Trindade, B. Trindade, F. Trindade BRAZIL Tiny hero against the evil axis H. Vannadil, S. Gupta INDIA Twelve cases of traumatic cataract: use of different tools to regain vision S. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, S. Srivastava, V. Nath INDIA Locked-in: optic capture revisited C. Vasudevan, S. Narendran, V. Ramakrishnan INDIA Mastering the circle L. Werner, N. Mamalis, J. Nguyen, J. Ludlow, S. Enright, R. Alley, R. Sahler USA Fun with femtosecond lasers: episode II – adjustment of IOL power

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R. Yeoh, S. Chee SINGAPORE Outtakes in cataract surgery Y. Yildirim, O. Olcucu TURKEY Posterior capsule optic capture of a posterior single piece intraocular lens with broken haptic C. Yvon, M. Dey UK Video facilitating informed consent M. Ziaei, J. McKelvie, C. McGhee NEW ZEALAND Simple limbal epithelial transplantation (SLET) for limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) M. Ziaei, J. McKelvie, C. McGhee NEW ZEALAND Spontaneous lens expression during tectonic keratoplasty


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VIDEO LIBRARY Videos can be viewed on the eTerminals located in the Poster Village

A. Barsam UK Zonular surprise M. Busin, P. Leon, A. Ruzza, D. Ponzin, M. Parekh ITALY Preloaded DMEK J. Campello Lluch, J. Ruiz Colecha, J. Belda Sanchis, K. Schargel SPAIN Explant of opacified intraocular lens and glaucoma due to pupillary block in a patient previously operated with a valve

VIDEO LIBRARY

G. Cavallini, M. De Maria, L. Chiesi, A. Brombin, E. Volpini, S. Piaggi ITALY Congenital cataract: bimanual microincision cataract surgery and posterior capsule management

C. Karabatsas, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE The use of adjunct variable fluence, topography localized CXL in the management of bacterial keratitis I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Congenital anterior segment dysgenesis (ASD), cataract extraction (CE) and aniridia-capsular ring (ACR) implantation F. Kretz, G. Auffarth, M. Gerl, M. Mueller, M. Fedder, F. Hoehn, R. Gerl GERMANY Establishing eye surgery in Uganda: one step to a better life in East Africa A. Liaska, E. Makri, V. Dimopoulou, K. Andrianopoulou, G. Sakellari GREECE Phacoemulsification in white rock hard cataract P. Lopez Lizarraga, F. March De Ribot, A. March De Ribot SPAIN Anterior and posterior surgical approach of advanced diabetic complications

G. Cavallini, G. Scatigna, B. Battaglia, M. De Maria, E. Fornsari ITALY Surgical management of subluxated cataracts with bimanual microincision cataract surgery and the Ahmed capsular tension segment

P. Lopez Lizarraga, F. March De Ribot, A. March De Ribot SPAIN Challenging trauma surgery the alterantive way

A. Chranioti, D. Giannoulis, K. Stamoulas, D. Kechagia, D. Kapantais, N. Ziakas GREECE Management of aphakia and bullous keratopathy with DSAEK and iris fixated IOL

F. March De Ribot, P. Lopez Lizarraga, A. March De Ribot SPAIN Posterior vitreous detachment movement during cataract surgery

A. Chranioti, D. Kapantais, A. Lioura, T. Naoumidi, D. Giannoulis, N. Ziakas GREECE Phacoemulisification, IOL insertion and DSAEK in a patient with cataract and Fuchs’ dystrophy L. Daniel Ponniah, H. Anandan INDIA Redefined corneal therapeutics: a femto perspective of its corneal applications R. Falah, J. Armentia Perez De Mendiola, A. Matheu Fabra SPAIN Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty tissue insertion devices: Busin glide, EndoSaver and Tan EndoGlide M. Franco, A. Garrote, A. Francia, M. Cuesta, J. Sanchez SPAIN The Kuglen hook: a simple and ever useful surgical tool S. Goel INDIA LASIK nightmares S. Goel INDIA Nightmares in ICL implantation R. Grcar, I. Grcar Irman, M. Irman SLOVENIA Femtosecond laser: assisted vs manual – comparison of two techniques for crystalline lens nucleus removal J. Guzman, M. Perez Gancedo SPAIN Ahmed valve, phacoemulsification and intraocular lens in patient with secondary keratoplasty by fusarium infection A. Herranz, J. Armentia, A. Matheu SPAIN Surgical repair manoeuver for an esclero-corneal pore refractory to treatment through combination of techniques

F. March De Ribot, P. Lopez Lizarraga, A. March De Ribot SPAIN Anterior and posterior surgical approach after a firework trauma

A. Oikonomou, P. Stergiopoulos, M. Samouilidou, V. Vlatsios, R. Bartzoulianou, N. Ziakas GREECE Repeat DSAEK, phacoemulsification and IOL insertion for the management of DSAEK graft failure and cataract A. Ozcan TURKEY Phacoemulsification in a patient with congenital lens and iris coloboma D. Pahor SLOVENIA Use of PRECLUDE® Pericardial e-PTFE Membrane after trabeculectomy for treatment of secondary refractory glaucoma after severe blunt trauma S. Perera, Z. Yap, A. Mermoud SINGAPORE Deep sclerectomy outCLASSed C. Pérez Casaseca, J. Ramos Navarro, J. Garrido Linares SPAIN Patient with congenital microcornea, inferior iris coloboma, pupillary synechiae and mature cataract: a surgery challenge E. Ramadan, A. Al Bahnasy SAUDI ARABIA A novel technique in managing persistent fetal vasculature F. Sabatino, C. Holmes, V. Gangwani UK Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty over Descemet’s stripping endothelial keratoplasty in a patient with herpetic stromal opacity A. Sideri, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Surgical management of epithelial ingrowth in visually debilitating complex penetrating corneal trauma A. Sideri, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Sutureless subluxated IOL/capsular bag (ICB) exchange with retropupillary iris-claw aphakia lens (RIC)

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Cosmetic femtosecond laser-assisted cornea tattooing

V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Crescent peripheral patch-graft (PG) combined CXL, in advanced pellucid marginal degeneration (PMD), long-term outcome

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Staged 3-day: valve tube plug, DSAEK, plug removal in pseudophakic bullous keratopathy (PBK) and glaucoma (G)

V. Štrumbelj, M. Sterman SLOVENIA Cataract surgery in small pupil after vitreoretinal surgery

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VIDEO LIBRARY R. Tourino, L. Martinez-Perez, T. Sarandeses-Diez, T. Mato, T. Rodriguez-Ares SPAIN Comparison of different techniques for preparation of donor grafts for Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) H. Vannadil, A. Sati, A. Prabhakara INDIA Regenerating the limbus: two cases A. Vergamota, T. Ferreira, A. Passarinho, G. Neri, J. Silva PORTUGAL Computer-assisted toric intraocular lens alignment N. Ziakas, E. Spathi, R. Oustoglou, A. Lioura, A. Matsou, A. Malamas, T. Naoumidi GREECE Repeat DSAEK in the presence of Ahmed valve in a patient with Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome

VIDEO LIBRARY

N. Ziakas, V. Vlatsios, M. Samouilidou, A. Matsou, R. Oustoglou, D. Moschou, A. Malamas GREECE Scleral fixation IOL in the management of traumatic aphakia

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VIENNA 2018 36 Congress of the ESCRS TH

22–26 September Reed Messe, Vienna, Austria

www.escrs.org


ESONT

European Society of Ophthalmic Nurses & Technicians

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ESONT MEETING SUNDAY 8 OCTOBER 10.30 – 12.00

14.30 – 16.30

PORTUGUESE SYMPOSIUM

FREE PAPER SESSION

Qualidade e Segurança nos Procedimentos na Cirurgia Refractiva (Quality and Safety Procedures in Refractive Surgery) Room 3.4

Room 3.4

Chairpersons: 14.30

I. Rodriguez-Perez SPAIN Myopic laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) outcomes using three different femtosecond lasers: one mechanical microkeratome and the same excimer laser

14.40

G. Lauzirika Saez SPAIN Visual acuity and optical density comparing three different femtosecond laser devices to treat myopia

14.50

R. Aranda Benito SPAIN Visual outcomes and flap thickness after myopic LASIK: a comparison of three femtosecond devices

15.00

C. Bouza-Miguens SPAIN Corneal flap morphology and visual outcomes after FS-LASIK surgery assisted by LenSx® and IntraLase®: a comparative study

Presentations will be in Portuguese with simultaneous translation into English

Moderadores/Chairpersons:

M. Acebal SPAIN C. Relha PORTUGAL F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

10.30

V. Fernandes PORTUGAL, F. Zacarias PORTUGAL Protocolo pré cirúrgico catarata para LIO premium (LIO Premium: preoperative protocol)

10.46

S. Escandon-Garcia PORTUGAL Disfotopsias na cirurgia de extração de cristalino claro: avaliação pré e pós em condições escotópicas (Dysphotopsias in PRELEX surgery: pre and post evaluation under dim illumination)

11.02

S. Filipe PORTUGAL Segurança nos implantes intraoculares (Intraocular implant security)

11.18

S. Hipólito PORTUGAL, C. Relha PORTUGAL Procedimentos de segurança e follow-up para cirurgia queratorefractiva (Keratorefractive surgery: quality follow-up procedures)

11.34

F. Mateus PORTUGAL A satisfação do cliente submetido a cirurgia queratorefractiva (Patient satisfaction after keratorefractive surgery)

11.50

Discussão (Discussion)

12.00

Fim da sessão (End of session)

ESONT

12.45 – 13.45

INTERNATIONAL FORUM Vision of Visions Room 4.5 Chairpersons:

S. Albrecht SWEDEN, L. Tomlin UK

12.45

S. Albrecht SWEDEN Vision

13.00

N. Shah UK LogMAR vision

13.15

L. Tomlin UK What your patient can really see? Case studies and voting on difficult vision

13.30 Discussion 13.45

End of session

The forum will include presentations about the gold standard of vision testing and the difference between LogMar and other tests. The audience will be able to vote on the best strategies to adopt to get the perfect vision for a number of difficult patients.

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S. Albrecht SWEDEN L. Tomlin UK

15.10 Discussion 15.20

C. Lledo SPAIN Comparison of postoperative discomfort between two different surface ablation techniques

15.30

P. Marques PORTUGAL Use of autologous serum eyedrops: our experience and practice

15.40

H. Kurk THE NETHERLANDS Astigmatic keratotomy: does it still have a role in refractive surgery?

15.50

E. Szoke HUNGARY Meibomian gland dysfuntion: the role of the nurse in patient education

16.00

C. Cantante PORTUGAL E-eye: new treatment for dry eye

16.10

S. Manfredini ITALY New systems toric IOL centration

16.20 Discussion 16.30

End of session


ESONT MEETING ESONT POSTER COMPETITION 2017

MONDAY 9 OCTOBER

eTerminals are located in the Poster Village

11.00 – 12.30

The winner of the 2017 Poster Competition will be announced at the beginning of the ESONT Symposium on Monday 9 October at 11.00 in Room 4.1

ESONT SYMPOSIUM

G. Bento UK Foveal avascular zone assessment with swept source OCT angiography of fellow eyes in Coats disease B. Blanco SPAIN Evaluation of corneal thickness using two different noncontact devices in adult eyes C. Bouza-Miguens SPAIN Visual, refractive, and corneal flap outcomes at short time postoperative follow-up using two femtosecond laser platforms: IntraLase® vs Victus® V. Carrillo Ramos SPAIN Comparison of three non-contact devices for measuring central corneal thickness S. Daryabari IRAN Phacomorphic glaucoma as a first manifestation of the uveal malignant melanoma: a case report M. Davari IRAN Social determinants in ocular diseases M. Del Pilar Lorente Hevia SPAIN Clinical results in a patient with keratoconus with low visual acuity

What We Have Now and What We Will Have in Refractive Surgery Room 4.1 Chairpersons:

M. Acebal SPAIN N. Astyrakakis GREECE M. Cargnoni ITALY

11.00

M. Cargnoni ITALY SMILE

11.15

A. Amisano ITALY SMILE: video presentation

11.30

A. De La Llama THE NETHERLANDS Will excimer surgery stay as it is?

11.45

J. Martinez THE NETHERLANDS Robotics and intraocular surgery

12.00

J. Villada THE NETHERLANDS The future of intraocular implants

12.15 Discussion 12.30

End of Session

C. Giordano ITALY OCT system anterior segment K. Hall UK Orthoptist eye screening: juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) F. Heidari IRAN A comprehensive meta-analysis on intraocular pressure and central corneal thickness in healthy children S. Heydari IRAN Epidemiology of cataract surgery in Noor Ophthalmology Clinic of Birjand in 2015-2016

ESONT GALA EVENING

G. Jafari-Yeganeh IRAN Avicenna’s viewpoints in ocular diseases

20.00

S. Ortiz-Toquero, I. Sanchez, G. Rodriguez, V. De Juan, R. Martin SPAIN Evaluation of intereye asymmetry measured by ScheimpflugPlacido tomography: applicability in keratoconus diagnosis

Cost per person: €25 (plus VAT)

J. Sanchez-Pina SPAIN Changes in intraocular pressure (IOP), anterior chamber angle and corneal thickness after phacoemulsification in adult eyes

ESONT

S. Rajabi IRAN A contralateral eye study comparing corneal biomechanics in bilateral keratoconus patients with unilateral corneal Vogt’s striae

Sunday 8 October

Clube de Fado, Rua S. João Praça, 86 – 94 (next to the Cathedral Sé) 1100 – 521 Lisboa This year at the annual ESONT Gala evening meet with your international friends and colleagues to savour traditional cuisine while being entertained by some of the greatest Portuguese Fado voices.

I. Seatra PORTUGAL Orthoptics in Portugal

Fado is the musical expression of the Portuguese people, a mirror of their identity, culture, history and you won’t hear it anywhere else.

E. Villar SPAIN Preliminary results, epi-Bowman keratectomy (EBK) vs photorefractive keratectomy (PRK): a pilot study

Ticket includes: welcome drink, 3 course meal with wine, after dinner drinks and an evening filled with live music & entertainment. PLEASE NOTE: Tickets must be purchased in advance of the event from the registration desk at the congress centre.

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ESONT COURSES & WETLABS Biometry and IOL Power Calculations for Refractive Cataract Surgery

Optical Coherence Tomography for Ophthalmic Personnel

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 from the following manufacturers: Accutome, Ellex, Sonomed, Haag-Streit and Carl Zeiss Meditec.

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.

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 hands-on session of both posterior segment and UBM techniques on equipment from the following manufacturers: Accutome, Ellex and Sonomed.

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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. 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

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.

Slit Lamps for Ophthalmic Personnel 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 fields testing provides extremely important information and is a vital skill to master.

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ESONT COURSES & WETLABS Course & Wetlab Schedule Saturday 7 October E01

08.30 – 12.30

Biometry and IOL calculations for refractive cataract surgery

Free

Room 4.3

E02

10.00 – 12.00

Refractive surgery for ophthalmic personnel (Part 1 – Theory)

Free

Room 4.2

E03

14.30 – 18.30

B-Scan ultrasound of the anterior and posterior segments

Free

Room 4.3

E04

11.00 – 13.30

Phaco for ophthalmic personnel*

€50

Wetlab Room 1

E05

14.00 – 16.30

Phaco for ophthalmic personnel*

€50

Wetlab Room 1

E06

14.30 – 16.30

Optical coherence tomography for ophthalmic personnel*

€50

Wetlab Room 2

E07

13.00 – 15.00

Refractive surgery for ophthalmic personnel (Part 2 – Practical)*

€50

Wetlab Room 3

E08

14.30 – 16.00

Infection control

Free

Meeting Center Room 3

Sunday 8 October E09

10.30 – 12.30

Visual fields for ophthalmic personnel

Free

Room 4.5

E10

09.30 – 11.30

Slit lamps for ophthalmic personnel*

€50

Wetlab Room 4

*€50 (plus VAT) fee for this course

Course Faculty 

Course Number



Course Number

M. Acebal SPAINE08

I. Pallikaris GREECE

E02

N. Astyrakakis GREECE 

S. Panagopoulou GREECE

E07

D. Portaliou GREECE

E02

V. Diakonis GREECE M. Kynigopoulos SWITZERLAND

E02, E07 E02 E04, E05

F. Rowe UKE09

A. Lee UK

E10

A. Santos PORTUGAL

D. Liakopoulos GREECE

E02

I. Vastardis SWITZERLAND

E04, E05

C. Lledo SPAIN

E08

R. Waldron USA

E01, E03

ESONT

E06

Visit the Exhibition Don’t miss the opportunity to visit over 300 companies in the exhibition. For a list of companies and a map of the exhibition, go to page 164

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GENERAL INFORMATION Venue

Cafés and Restaurants

FIL – Feira Internacional de Lisboa, Portugal

Locations: Various Please see Congress centre map for exact locations.

Currency

Cloakroom

The official currency of the Congress is the Euro.

Location: Between Pavilions 1 & 2

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.

Opening Hours Registration Hall Thursday 5 October

14.00 – 18.00

Friday 6 October

07.00 – 18.30

Saturday 7 October

07.00 – 18.00

Sunday 8 October

07.00 – 18.00

Monday 9 October

07.30 – 18.00

Tuesday 10 October

07.30 – 18.00

Wednesday 11 October

07.30 – 13.30

This Congress has been accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®) with 36 European CME credits (ECMEC®s). Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. Through an agreement between the Union Européenne des Médecins Spécialistes and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert EACCME® credits to an equivalent number of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM. Information on the process to convert EACCME® credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/go/internationalcme. Live educational activities, occurring outside of Canada, recognised by the UEMS-EACCME® for ECMEC®s are deemed to be Accredited Group Learning Activities (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Each participant can only receive the number of credits he/she is entitled to according to his/her actual participation at the event once he/she has completed the feedback form for each session.

Speaker Check-In Room Location: Meeting Center, Level 1

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.

Thursday 5 October

14.00 – 18.00

Friday 6 October

07.00 – 18.00

Saturday 7 October

07.00 – 18.00

Sunday 8 October

07.00 – 18.00

Monday 9 October

07.00 – 18.00

Device Charging Stations

Tuesday 10 October

07.00 – 18.00

Locations: Pavilions 1, 2, 3 & 4

Wednesday 11 October

07.30 – 11.00

Exhibition Halls

GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

CME Credits

Each delegate should contact his/her national CME body directly in order to claim their credits for the Congress.

EBO Accredited Courses • Refractive Surgery Didactic Course

Location: Pavilions 1 & 2

• Workshop on Visual Optics

Saturday 7 October

09.00 – 17.30

Sunday 8 October

09.00 – 17.30

Monday 9 October 

09.00 – 17.30

Tuesday 10 October

09.00 – 17.30

ATM Locations: Registration Hall, Pavilions 2 & 3

Boarding Pass Printing Stations & Internet Access Location: ESCRS Resource Centre, Pavilion 2, Booth P2106

• Instructional Courses: 07, 12, 29, 35, 41, 51, 56, 58, 65, 91, 92, 100, 104 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

ESCRS Annual General Meeting Location: Room 4.4 Tuesday 10 October, 13.15 Open to ESCRS Members only.

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GENERAL INFORMATION ESCRS Resource Centre

ORBIS International Medal

Location: Pavilion 2, Booth P2106

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.

Visit the ESCRS Resource Centre for information about membership, ESCRS iLearn, ESCRS On Demand and EUREQUO, and to find out more about new online education initiatives being introduced by the ESCRS. Complimentary copies of EuroTimes and the Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery will be available.

EuroTimes John Henahan Prize 2017 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 winner of the medal will be announced during the ORBIS Symposium on Monday 9 October from 13.00 – 14.00 in Meeting Center Room III.

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi is available free of charge throughout the congress centre. Network: Lisbon2017 Password: eyemaxmono

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 ‘How does commercial interest affect my career?’ The prize will be presented during the Video Awards Session on Sunday 8 October, 14.00 – 16.00 in Room 2.1.

First Aid Location: Registration Hall

Kuoni Hotel Desk Location: Meeting Center, Level 0

Multi-Faith Prayer Room

GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

Locations: Pavilion 1, Room S1.15 (Level 1) and Pavilion 3, Room S3.15 (Level 1)

Join the Conversation in Lisbon #ESCRS17 Connect with ESCRS during the congress by following us on

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

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Duckworth & Kent Ophthalmic Instrument Manufacturer

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME Saturday 7 October

13.00 – 14.00

Lunchtime Symposia

Enhancing Outcomes in Cataract Surgery: The Future of Biometry & Premium IOLs

13.00 – 14.00 The Oculentis Toolbox for Lens Surgery: LENTIS Mplus, LENTIS Comfort, FEMTIS & LENTIS Max

Moderator:

B. Dick GERMANY

Sponsored by

Room 4.5 Moderator:

Room 4.3

P. Versace AUSTRALIA

13.00 – 14.00

Sponsored by

13.00 – 14.00 Pentacam® AXL and Corvis® ST: New Approaches for Combining Tomography with Biometry and Corneal Biomechanics

The Premium Ophthalmology Practice: Insights from PC-IOL Technologies and Business Management Room 3.1 Moderator: F. Carones ITALY

Sponsored by

Room 3.4 Moderators: R. Ambrósio BRAZIL C. Roberts USA

13.00 – 14.00 IRIDEX MicroPulse® Laser Revolutionizes Cyclophotocoagulation

Sponsored by

Room 4.6

13.00 – 14.00 New Strategies in the Treatment of Dry Eye Disease and Blepharitis

Moderator:

R. Noecker USA

Sponsored by

GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

Room 4.4 Moderator:

C. Cursiefen GERMANY

13.00 – 14.00 Ocular Surface Disease: Accurately Diagnose & Effectively Treat Your Cataract Patients

Sponsored by

Room 3.6

13.00 – 14.00

Moderators: B. Cochener FRANCE J. Güell SPAIN

FEMTO LDV Z8 – Always by Your Side

Supported by

Room 4.7 Moderator:

Sponsored by

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T. Seiler SWITZERLAND

an independent

medical education grant from:


EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME 13.00 – 14.00

13.00 – 14.00

The 3 Steps to Surgical Astigmatism Management Success

OCT & OCTA Innovations: Discover the New Gold Standard

Room 4.1

Room 4.4 Moderator:

D. Reinstein UK

Moderators: D. Spalton UK D. Koch USA

Sponsored by

Supported by

an independent

medical education grant from:

13.00 – 14.00

Saturday 7 October

Simplified Management of the Cataract Patient

Evening Symposium 18.00 – 19.30 Next Generation Cross-Linking Applications Meeting Center Room III Moderator:

Room 4.2 Moderators: M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM A. Behndig SWEDEN

Sponsored by

R. Rajpal USA

13.00 – 14.00

Sponsored by

OCT Angiography for First-Time User

Sunday 8 October

Room 3.4 Moderator:

To be confirmed

Lunchtime Symposia 360 Degrees of Glaucoma Management: Novel Automated Gonioscopy and OCT/OCT-Angiography Room 3.5 Moderator:

C. Traverso ITALY

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

13.00 – 14.00

GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

13.00 – 14.00

New Frontiers in IOL Prediction for Improved Refractive Outcomes Room 3.2 Moderator: S. Srinivasan UK

Sponsored by

13.00 – 14.00 Visionary Cataract & Refractive Techniques: Explore With Us Meeting Center Room I Moderator: B. Malyugin RUSSIA Sponsored by

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME Sunday 8 October

13.00 – 14.00

Lunchtime Symposia

Providing Satisfaction for the Presbyopic Patient: Vision at Various Distances & Managing Refractive Error

13.00 – 14.00 MIGS Satellite Symposium Room 4.6 Moderator:

D. Lubeck USA

Room 3.6 Moderators: B. Cochener FRANCE T. Kohnen GERMANY

Supported by an independent medical

Sponsored by

education grant from:

13.00 – 14.00 Bridging the Gap to Cataract Refractive Surgery Room 4.7 Moderator:

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Sunday 8 October Evening Symposium 18.00 – 20.00 INFOCUS – 2 Minutes to Better Surgery! Debating the Topics Most Important to Your Techniques

Sponsored by

Room 4.1

13.00 – 14.00

Moderator:

Taking Vision Further with Innovative Refractive Solutions

Sponsored by

A. Brezin FRANCE

Room 3.1 Moderator:

S. Ganesh INDIA

Lunchtime Symposia

Sponsored by

GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

Monday 9 October 13.00 – 14.00

13.00 – 14.00 Quality of Vision with MINI WELL Extended Depth of Focus IOL: What’s New? Room 4.1 Moderator:

Clareon IOL: A New Monofocal Platform Room 3.6 Moderator:

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Sponsored by

G. Auffarth GERMANY

13.00 – 14.00 Sponsored by

Laser Floater Removal Satellite Symposium Room 4.3 Moderator:

Sponsored by

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D. Lubeck USA


EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME 13.00 – 14.00

13.00 – 14.00

CoEnzyme Q10: New Approach in the Treatment of Corneal Damage and Glaucoma

PhysIOL Satellite Meeting

Room 4.2

Room 4.4 Moderator:

F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

Moderator: L. Schmetterer AUSTRIA Sponsored by Sponsored by the eye health company

13.00 – 14.00

13.00 – 14.00

Clinical Frontiers in Ocular Surface Disease and Glaucoma

Perform Without Limits: Making Glaucoma Surgery Intuitive with the Kahook Dual Blade

Room 3.1 Moderator:

B. Cochener FRANCE

Room 3.5 Moderator:

K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND

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13.00 – 14.00 iolAMD eyemax mono - A New and Unique Approach to Extending and Improving Visual Function in Patients with Maculopathy Room 3.2 Moderator:

T. Neuhann GERMANY

13.00 – 14.00 Dry Eye Disease: From the Science to the Clinic Room 4.5 Moderator:

J. Murta PORTUGAL

Sponsored by Sponsored by

13.00 – 14.00

Presbyopia Conquered Surgically

The ORBIS Symposium 2017: The Global Challenge of Corneal Disease

Room 4.6

Meeting Center Room III

Moderator:

GENERAL INFORMATION • SATELLITE MEETINGS

13.00 – 14.00

Moderators: P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC R. Shetty INDIA

R. Walters UK Sponsored by

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Β12 vitamin: Optimal Cornea & Conjuctiva Regeneration 1 Β5 vitamin: Optimal Healing Accelerator 2 0.30% Sodium Hyaluronate: Supreme Lubrication

A vitamin: Express Anti-Dry Eye Action3,4 E vitamin: Free Radical Scavenger 0.15% Sodium Hyaluronate: Optimal Lubrication

POWER TO THE VITAMINS Reference: 1. Romano Μ.R., et al., 2014. Effects of vitamin B12 on the corneal nerve regeneration in rats. Experimental Eye Research 120 (2014) 109-117. 2. Raczyńska K., et al 2003. Clinical evaluation of provitamin B5 drops and gel for postoperative treatment of corneal and conjuctival injuries. Klin Oczna. 2003;105(3-4):175-8. 3. Kobayashi TK., et al 1997. Effect of retinol palmitate as a treatment for dry eye: a cytological evaluation. Ophthalmologica. 1997;211(6):358-61. 4. Kim EC., et al.,2009. A comparison of vitamin A and cyclosporine a 0.05% eye drops for treatment of dry eye syndrome. Am J Ophthalmol.2009 Feb;147(2):206-213.


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JOIN US TO LEARN MORE ABOUT

DRY EYE DISEASE:

FROM THE

SCIENCE TO THE CLINIC Monday, 9 October, 13:00 – 14:00, Room 4.5

Welcome

JOAQUIM NETO MURTA, MD, PhD, Chair

Chairman, Department of Ophthalmology, Centro Hospitalar Universitário Coimbra PORTUGAL

The Burden of Dry Eye Disease in Europe

ELISABETH MESSMER, MD, FEBO

Professor of Ophthalmology, Ludwig-Maximilian University GERMANY

Understanding Dry Eye Disease

MICHAEL STERN, PhD

Chief Scientific Officer, ImmunEyez, LLC UNITED STATES

Management of Dry Eye Disease MARGARITA CALONGE, MD, PhD

Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Valladolid SPAIN

This program is organized and funded by Shire and is not endorsed by the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons nor its accredited provider. It is not approved for Continuing Medical Education credit. ©2017 Shire. All rights reserved. SHIRE and the Shire Logo are registered trademarks of Shire Pharmaceutical Holdings Ireland Limited or its affiliates. VV-MEDCOM-2808 08/17


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EXHIBITOR LIST Bausch + Lomb

P163

Pavilion 1 Booth Numbers begin with P1

BEAVER VISITEC INT’L

P215

Pavilion 2 Booth Numbers begin with P2

Benz Research & Development

P216

BIOTECH HEALTH CARE HOLDING GMBH

P1153

Bio-TissueP231 1stQ Deutschland GmbH 2Eyes Vision S.L. 66 Vision Tech Co.,Ltd. 9Glens® Medical Limited

P1147 P125 P1124

Blink Medical

P133

Block Optic Ltd.

P183

Bohus BioTech AB, Sweden

P150

bonP276

A.R.C. Laser GmbH

P274

BROSS Medical GmbH

a1 medical GmbH

P1161

BRUMABA GmbH & Co. KG

P293

Aaren Scientific, Inc.

P189

ACMED CO., LTD.

P103

BRASCRS - Brazilian Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgery

P240

AcuFocus, Inc.

P273

BTI BIOTECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE

P208

Bürki inno med Ltd., Switzerland

P2102

P1104

ADAPTICA Srl

P1177

Aeon Astron Europe B.V.

P258

AIVIMED GmbH

P178

AJL OPHTHALMIC, SA

P130

AKRUS GmbH & Co KG Germany

P236

AKTIVE srl

P206

CHONGQING SUNKINGDOM MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS CO., LTD.

P146

AL.CHI.MI.A. S.r.l.

P286

Cilita LTD.

P106

Albert Heiss GmbH

P1105

CIMA Technology, Inc.

P281

Albomed GmbH Germany

CONGRESS CENTRE • EXHIBITION

P222

P257

C.I.O.M. srl Canon Europa N.V. Cassini B.V.

P102 P1114 P136

CenterVueP1108

ContamacP1100

AlconP272

CRISTALENS INDUSTRIE

P135

Alfa Instruments

P1117

CRMIP225

Alfa Intes S.R.L.

P1117

CRST EUROPE

P2120

AllerganP139

CSO Italia

P276

Alsanza Medizintechnik und Pharma GmbH

CUTTING EDGE

P228

P141

American Academy of Ophthalmology

P1112

Daud Jee Mfg Co.

P1170

Amidia LTD., Switzerland

P297

DEEPAK CARE LTD.

P165

APACRSP1126

Devine Meditech

P175

APPASAMY ASSOCIATES

DGH TECHNOLOGY INC.

APX Ophthalmology LTD.

P2104 P269

Diamatrix Ltd.

P1113 P173

ARCADOPHTAP1140

Diopsys, Inc.

ASCRS/EyeWorldP1125

Duckworth & Kent Ltd.

P138

ASICO LLC

P2116

E.Janach® srl

P276

ASOL CO., LTD.

P1175

Eagle Labs

P177

EAGLE OPTICS PVT. LTD.

P181

AST Products, Inc.

P124

P1155

AUROLABP140

ELLEGI MEDICAL OPTICS SRL

Avedro, Inc.

P267

EllexP162

Avellino Labs

P100

Entod Research Cell UK

168

P1169

P212


EXHIBITOR LIST P1118

International Society of Refractive Surgery

P1112

ESCRS Clinical Trends Survey

P2106

GAMMA VISION

P233

ESCRS Resource Centre

P2106

iolAMD Ltd.

P1151

Espansione Group

P276

IOPtima Ltd.

P269

ESW VISION

P203

IRIDEXP2113

European Journal of Ophthalmology

P1171

ISCON SURGICALS LTD.

P119

iSTAR Medical

P112

Excel Optics P Limited Excelsius Medical GmbH

P1152A P1160

iVis Technologies

P202

Eyebright Medical Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd.

P191

Jamjoom pharma

P221

Eye Pharma S.p.A

P276

Johnson & Johnson Vision

EYEKON MEDICAL

P179

John Weiss & Son Ltd.

P2108

Eyeol UK Ltd.

P2111

JP Medical Publishers

P156

EyeYon Medical Ltd.

P269

Kai Europe GmbH

P264

FCI S.A.S.

P259

KAIXIN ULTRASOUND

P1174

FRASTEMA S.r.l.

P237

Karl Kaps GmbH & Co. KG

P296 P108

P1127

Freedom Ophthalmic

P1164

Katalyst Surgical, LLC.

Freudenberg Medical Europe

P1145

KatenaP256

FREY S.J.

P2121

KEELER GB

P224

Frimen Co., Ltd.

P235

KHRuiMing S&T Co.,Ltd.

P1135

Gebauer Medizintechnik

P1110

KITE HELLAS LTD. & NOVAX PHARMA

P2123

Konan Medical

P1121

KORYOEYETECH CO.,LTD.

P2119

GEUDER AG

P2109

gKteso GmbH

P1153A

Glaukos Corp

P1128

Kowa Optimed Deutschland GmbH

P204

Haag-Streit Diagnostics

P2108

Kowa Pharmaceutical Europe Co. Ltd.

P200

HAAG-STREIT SURGICAL GmbH

P2108

LACRIVERAP1141

HAAG-STREIT UK

P2108

LAMBDA-XP151

Hanita Lenses

P261

LCA PHARMACEUTICAL

P249

Heidelberg Engineering

P275

Leica Microsystems

P1120

HEINE Optotechnik GmbH & Co. KG

P261

LenstecP291

HORUS PHARMA HOYA Surgical Optics GmbH

P2117

LIFELINE MEDICALDEVICES (P)LTD.

P247

P186

LIGHTMEDP289

HS DOMS INTERNATIONAL

P2108

LumenisP260

HumanOptics AG

P2110

LUNEAU TECH - VISIONIX

P1115

HUVITZ CO., LTD.

P1109

M&S Technologies, Inc.

P1148

Icare Finland Oy

P1130

Madhu Instruments Pvt. Ltd.

P1173

ifa systems AG

P160

MANI, INC.

P147

I-MED PHARMA

P2112

md tech srl

P1117

i-Medical Ophthalmic International Heidelberg GmbH

P254

MDT Poland

P290

Inami & Co., Ltd.

P201

MECCANOTTICA MAZZA S.R.L.

P299

MEDA Co., Ltd.

P292

Indo Webal International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO)

P1146 P113

MedenniumP1136

169

CONGRESS CENTRE • EXHIBITION

Epsilon USA


EXHIBITOR LIST Medicel AG

P1116

Oertli Instrumente AG

P263

MEDICEMP188

Omni Lens Pvt Ltd.

P241

MEDICONTURP211

OPHTECP136

MEDINSTRUS UAB

Ophtechnics Unlimited

P251

Ophthalmology Times Europe

P105

MediphacosP2101

OPTICO LTD.

P209

MED-LOGICS, INC.

OptikonP144

Medimaging Integrated Solution, Inc. – MiiS

MERIDIAN AG

P1134

P2114 P242

Optimal Saglik Urunleri San. ve Dis Tic. Ltd. Sti.

P145

METROVISIONP1123

OptimedP158

MeycoP297

OPTITECH EYECARE

Micro Medical Devices, Inc.

Optomed Oy

P270 P161

P2102A

P2118

Microtrack Surgicals

P1143

OPTOPOL Technology

Microspecialties, LLC

P1163

OptoQuestP232

MID Labs, Inc.

P298

OPTOTEK Medical

P268

Millennium Biomedical, Inc.

P185

Optovue, Inc.

P223

Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

P172

MoptimP229

Peschke Trade

P159

MORCHER GmbH

pfm medical ag

P155

Miray Medikal

P1103

P266

MORIAP220

PhakosP1137

Movu, Inc.

P2115

PhysIOLP1149

MicroSurgical Technology (MST)

P250

Plusoptix GmbH

Mynosys Cellular Devices, Inc.

P127

PresbiaP288

Natus Medical, Inc.

P1133

P182

Prescott’s, Inc.

P120

NEITZ INSTRUMENTS CO.,LTD.

P201

QUANTEL MEDICAL

P218

Network Medical Products

P152

RAY VISION

P118

NETWORK TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LTD.

P104

RaynerP207

New Vision Meditec Co. Ltd.

P226

Refocus Group

P1144

New World Medical, Inc.

P192

Reichert, Inc.

P2100

Next Sight

P2103

NIDEK CO., LTD.

CONGRESS CENTRE • EXHIBITION

P239

P131

Reper-NNP2122 RET, Inc.

P115

NIIOSP167

REXXAM CO., LTD. (SHIN-NIPPON by Rexxam)

P255

Nordset GmbH & Co.KG

RIGHT MFG. CO., LTD.

P157

P129

NOVYMED INTERNATIONAL BV

P1162

Rini Ergoteknik AB

P142

OASIS Medical, Inc.

P148

ROLAND CONSULT Stasche & Finger GmbH

P171

Ocular Instruments, Inc.

P1132

ROTLEXP122

Oculentis P127

RUCK GmbH

P298

OCULUS Optikgeräte GmbH

Rumex International Co.

P187

®

P210

OCuSOFT Inc.

P1106

SantenP132

ODC Industries

P1102

SBM Sistemi

P196

ODC Medical

P1102

SAV-IOL SA - Swiss Advanced Vision

P169

OD-OS Navilas P238 ®

170

SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions

P1150


EXHIBITOR LIST SciCan GmbH

P253

TristelP1122

See. Hi. Tech Equipment Co., Ltd.

P194

Trusetal Verbandstoffwerk GmbH

SERVIMED INDUSTRIAL SPA

P153

U.S. IOL

Shah Eye Care Pvt. Ltd., India

P101

UFSK-International OSYS

P213

Shanghai MediWorks

P252

URSAPHARM Arzneimittel GmbH

P137

Shanghai New Eyes Medical

P248

VectorVision / Ceatus Media

P174

Sharpoint- Surgical Specialties Corporation

P134

Visiometrics, S.L.

P205

Shenyang Sinqi Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.

P284

Vision Share

P1119

Shire International GmbH

P1142

VISUfarma BV

P190

SIDAPHARMP166

Visunex Medical Systems

P110

SIFI SPA

P219

Vitreq B.V.

Sight Sciences

P278

VOLK OPTICAL INC.

P227

Sihong Ophsurin Co., Ltd.

P295

VOPTICA S.L.

P246

Soleko S.p.A.

P276

VRmagic GmbH

P287

SOMETECH INC.

P116

VSY Biotechnology

Sonomed Escalon

P164

Wenzhou Raymond Photoelectricity Tech.Co.Ltd.

P226

SOOFT italia Spa – Fidia Pharma Group

P1131

WinFame USA, Inc. 

P292

SPEEDWAY SURGICAL CO.

P193

Wisepress Medical Bookshop

P243, P244 P1141

P1129

P1107

P2105

STAAR Surgical AG

P2107

WUXI VISION PRO LTD.

P283

STEPHENS INSTRUMENTS

P1141

Xiehe Medical Instruments

P279

Stereo Optical Company, Inc.

P168

YILMAZ MEDIKAL

P114

Sterimedix Limited

P180

YURATEK LTD ŞTİ

P1101

STERLING ULTRA PRECISION

P245

ZEISSP262

Surgistar, Inc.

P271

Ziemer Ophthalmic Systems

Susruta Instruments Pvt. Ltd.

P170

Suzhou Industrial Park Wei Ting Bai Shun Medical Instrument Company

P277

SUZHOU KANGJIE MEDICAL INC.

P121

Suzhou Microclear Medical Instruments Co., Ltd.

P230

Takagi Europe Ltd. & Takagi Seiko Ltd.

P265 P117

TearLab Corp.

P1154

Tecfen Medical

P280

The Ophthalmologist

P234

CONGRESS CENTRE • EXHIBITION

TEAC Europe GmbH

P1111

THÉAP217 Tianjin Suowei Electronic Technology Co.,Ltd.

P1172

TITAN MEDICAL LLC

P294

Titan Surgical LLC

P176

Tomey GmbH

P1152

Topcon Europe Medical B.V.

P184

Tracey Technologies

P154

TRIOPTICS GmbH

P123

171


INDEX A

Alfaleh, H. 110

Arbelaez, J. 132

Abd El-Radi, M. 62

Alfonso, J. 61, 68, 80, 95, 97

Arbelaez, M. 86

Alharbi, S. 136

Archer, T. 68, 71, 95

Ali, M. 104

Ardjomand, N. 85

Ali Aljasim, L. 120

Argay, A. 35

Alió, J. 20, 24, 36, 39, 44, 48, 54,

Ariza Gracia, M. 26, 132

69, 71, 95, 97

Arjun, V. 108

Alió del Barrio, J. 15, 48, 65, 72

Armia, A. 26, 136

Aliyeva, G. 108

Arnalich, F. 82

Aliyeva, S. 122

Arnaudovski, Z. 107

Alkhateeb, G. 108

Arora, V. 129

Allan, B. 80

Arrieta, J. 136

AlMalki, S. 26

Arriola-Villalobos, P. 116

Alnawaiseh, M. 110

Arrondo, E. 27

Alonso, J. 19

Arsan, A. 108

Abdalla, H. 21 Abdel Rahman, M. 112 Abdelazeem, K. 118 Abdelghany, A. 110 Abdulaliyeva, F. 112 Abelski, D. 62, 123 Aboalazaym, F. 119 Abouzeid, H. 63 Abreu, A. 108, 127 Abrishami, M. 83, 122 Abubaker, R. 112 Abulafia, A. 19, 52, 70 Acar, S. 103 Acebal, M. 146, 147, 149 Acton, M. 19 Adib-Moghaddam, S. 132 Afifi, M. 118 Agarwal, A. 24, 26, 33, 68, 69, 70, 136 Agarwal, P. 21 Agarwal, T. 82, 112 Aggarwal, K. 21 Aghamollaei, H. 66, 117 Aghbar, A. 115 Aghsaei Fard, M. 119 Agrawal, J. Agrawal, N. 112 Aguilera, L. 74 Ahmad Muez, S. 21 Ahmed, M. 136 Ahmedhussain, H. 108, 119 Ahuja, G. 32 Akahoshi, T. 79 Akata, F. 15 Akçay, E. 66 Akcetin, T. 24 Akkaya Turhan, S. 115 Akman, A. 32, 118 Akova, Y. 15, 104 Akova-Budak, B. 102 Al Abri, A. 115 Al Dreihi, M. 126 Al Ghadeer, H. 125, 126

INDEX

Al-Awadi, A. 67 Al-Ghafri, A. 49 Alarcon, A. AlArfaj, K. 31 Alba Linero, C. 112 Albaroudi, N. 125 Albe, E. 115 Albrecht, S. 146 Aldasheva, N. 109 Alejandre, N. 127 Alexik, M. 127

172

Alonso Aliste, F. 76, 80

Arshinoff, S. 24, 27, 39, 47, 83

Aloysius Joseph, L. 129

Arslan, N. 38

Alpins, N. 33

Artal, P. 18, 23, 30, 73

Alqahtani, N. 108

Arteaga, A. 32, 112

AlQurashi, M. 112

Arundhati, A. 112

Alsabaani, N. 126

Arunkumar, M. 83, 110, 136

Al-Shymali, O. 38, 45, 94, 136

Arvanitis, M. 80

Altafini, R. 104

Arzoallxhiu, H. 104

Altan, C. 25, 120

Asami, T. 136

Altay, Y. 117

Asgari, S. 116

Altinkurt, E. 112

Ashar, J. 103, 112

Alvarez de Toledo, J. 27, 54, 64,

Ashena, Z. 108

80, 95, 132

Aslan, B. 14

Alyamac Sukgen, E. 112

Aslanides, I. 132

Ambrosio, R. 33, 61, 68, 70, 97, 136, 156

Assaf, A. 34

Amir-Asgari, S. 37, 67, 95

Assia, E. 14, 22, 24, 44, 65, 70, 84, 93

Amisano, A. 21, 38, 66, 147

Assouline, M. 47

Amon, M. 50

Astete, M. 82

Amro, M. 112

Astle, W. 60, 107

Anand, N. 22

Astyrakakis, N. 147, 149

Anastasi, E. 127

Atalla, A. 46

Anbar, M. 108, 136

Atanassov, A. 110

Anbari, A. 74

Atencia Ballesteros, M. 132

Anderson, C. 58

Athanasiadis, I. 54

Anderson, D. 85

Au, L. 33, 39

André, D. 130

Auffarth, G. 19, 33, 52, 61, 71, 84, 92,

Ang, M. 70, 72, 118

128, 158

Ang, R. 27, 77, 127, 128

Ausayakhun, S. 123

Angunawela, R. 15

Avoni, L. 41

Anisimov, S. 127

Avunduk, A. 120

Anisimova, N. 32, 103, 136

Awwad, S. 34, 48, 80

Anisimova, S. 104, 109

Ax, T. , 85, 123

Antonova, O. 73

Ayhan, Z. 110

Antunes, V. 76

Aykut, V. 38

Anwar, D. 112 Applegate, R. 20, 30 Araks, D. 112 Aramberri, J. 20, 24, 136 Aranda Benito, R. 146 Arani, P. 130 Arba, S. 95


INDEX B

Beckers, H. 15

Bozkurt, T. 110

Baban, T. 112

Bedei, A. 104

Bozkurt Oflaz, A. 88, 132

Beer, P. 71

Brar, S. 33, 80, 118, 128, 136

Behaegel, J. 87

Brekelmans, J. 90

Behndig, A. 19, 90, 157

Breyer, D. 40, 61, 123, 136

Belin, M. 61, 68, 70

Brezin, A. 158

Belkhadir, K. 82, 125

Brockmann, T. 129

Bellucci, C. 51

Brogelli, S. 118

Bellucci, R. 20, 21, 32, 33, 60, 70,

Broquen, C. 126

80, 84, 93

Brour, J. 112

Belonozhenko, I. 87

Brunette, I. 68

Belovari, M. 24

Bucci, F. 80

Belov, D. 120

Budo, C. 15, 44, 47

Beltz, J. 54

Bulir, P. 75

Bachmann, B. 22 Badala, F. 61, 108 Badaro, R. 136 Badoza, D. 77 Bafiq, R. 25 Bafna, S. 131 Bagaglia, S. 116, 120 Bagheri, S. 122 Bahar, I. 54 Bai, J. 62, 132 Baig, K. 95 Baikoff, G. 26, 47, 70 Baile, R. 104, 136 Bajaj, A. 94 Bala, C. 118 Balal, S. 83 Balanikas, G. 74 Balestrazzi, A. 132 Balidis, M. 80 Balta, O. 70 Balyan, M. 79, 136 Bandeira, F. 45 Bansal, A. 118 Bansal, J. 124 Banteka, M. 110 Barabino, S. 80 Baragheeth, M. 34 Barata, A. 110 Barbara, A. 54, 68 Bardan, A. 90, 116 Barequet, I. 48, 90 Barisic, A. 84 Barisic, S. 62 Barnett, V. 116 Barragan, E. 27, 51, 127 Barraquer, R. 27, 54, 80, 95 Barrett, G. 24, 33, 46, 68, 70, 77 Barros, S. 25, 65 Barsam, A. 142 Bartol-Puyal, F. 44, 84 Barton, K. 22, 27, 68 Bascaran, L. 87, 103 Basker, A. 83, 136 Bassey-Duke, D. 66 Basti, S. 32 Bataille, L. 131 Batalina, L. 132 Bates, K. 47 Batlle, J. 120, 133 Bauer, N. 68 Baydoun, L. 14, 24 Bechmann, M. 64

Benavides, M. 110

Busin, M. 15, 38, 54, 142, 80, 59

Benjamin, L. 21, 61

Butler, T. 120

Bento, G. 147

Buusova Smeckova, K. 40, 129

Bereczki, A. 83

Buzzonetti, L. 108

Berger, O. 21, 123 Bergstrom, A. 84 Bertelli, E. 26 Bhattacharjee, S. 26, 54, 136 Bhaumik, A. 54 Bhogal, M. 112 Bhogal-Bhamra, G. 77 Bhutani, G. 128, 129 Bianca Maria, P. 118 Bianchi, G. 136 Bikbulatova, A. 108 Bilbao-Calabuig, R. 31 Bilen Babić, M. 110 Bille, J. 94 Billotte, C. 14, 70 Birbal, R. 112 Biro, Z. 39, 44, 47, 92 Bissen-Miyajima, H. 129 Blanco, B. 147 Blanco, M. 21 Blanco Domínguez, I. 129 Blasetti, F. 79 Bohac, M. 96, 132 Böhm, M. 31, 36 Boianovsky, C. 136 Bolger, J. 15, 70, 108 Bonini, S. 54 Bonniard, A. 63, 123 Borah, N. 83 Borisov, V. 132 Borkenstein, A. 103, 108 Borkenstein, E. 103 Borthakur, A. 15, 68, 84 Bostanci, B. 37, 129 Bourne, R. 25 Bouza-Miguens, C. 146, 147 Bovet, J. 39, 61, 68, 84 Bovone, C. 15, 80

C Caballero, M. 127 Cabanas, M. 33, 40, 112 Cabrerizo, J. 112 Cagin, K. 108 Caiado, F. 120, 125 Calatayud, M. 130, 136 Calladine, D. 14 Camellin, M. 45 Camesasca, F. 112 Campello Lluch, J. 142 Camps, V. 37, 85 Can, E. 130, 132, 136 Canabrava, S. 102, 136 Cañizares Baos, B. 53, 126 Cano-Ortiz, A. 112 Canovas, C. 128 Čanović, S. 104 Cantagalli, A. 47, 103 Cantante, C. 146 Cantemir, A. 116 Caral, I. 128 Carbonara, C. 47 Careba, I. 25 Cargnoni, M. 147 Carneiro, I. 75 Carneiro de Freitas, R. 112

INDEX

Bacharis, K. 96

Carones, F. 47, 71, 156 Carp, G. 68, 71 Carranza, C. 38 Carreras Dias, H. 68 Carriazo, C. 77 Carrillo Ramos, V. 147 Carvalho de Araujo Cunha, I. 120 Carvalho Jr, D. 136

173


INDEX Casas Maroto, E. 21

Chung, T. 51

Daya, S. 22, 24, 47, 58, 71

Cassagne, M. 71

Ciftci, F. 129

Dayawansa, K. 104, 137

Cassan, A. 64

Cigales, M. 126, 137

de Andrade Oliveira Ribeiro, F. 133

Castanera, J. 95

Cilečková, L. 107

De Benedetti, G. 70

Cavallini, G. 142

Cisek, A. 129

De Benito-Llopis, L. 15

Cebatoriene, D. 124

Clemente, B. 110

de Bosredon, Q. 37

Cecchini, P. 77

Cochener, B. 23, 27, 42, 54, 80, 84,

de Fez, D. 127

Celik, E. 108

90, 100, 156, 158, 159

De Freitas, D. 80

Celik, T. 110, 124

Coelho, J. 108, 128

De Gregorio, A. 25, 87

Celis Sánchez, J. 136

Coelho, P. 126

de la Cruz, J. 27

Cendelin, J. 136

Cólliga, C. 110

De La Llama, A. 147

Cennamo, M. 95

Comoli, A. 89

De Maria, M. 118

Cervantes-Coste, G. 136

Conesa, E. 104

de Ortueta, D. 123

Çetinkaya, S. 104

Conrad-Hengerer, I. 36, 109

de Pablo Martin, C. 137

Çetinkaya, Y. 74

Cordoves, L. 61

de Rojas, V. 26, 71, 76, 137

Cezon, J. 118

Corson, S. 47

de Sanctis, U. 90, 104

Chae, S. 85, 129

Cortina, M. 14, 27, 112

Deka, A. 69

Chakrabarti, A. 14, 22, 24, 26, 39

Cosar, B. 15

Dekaris, I. 15

Chakrabarti, M. 126

Coscarelli, S. 137

del Buey, M. 66, 103

Chan, C. 33

Cosentino, M. 45, 77, 110

Della Maggiore, S. 125

Chan, E. 112

Coskunseven, E. 112

Del Pilar Lorente Hevia, M. 147

Chan, T. 61

Costa, J. 48, 64, 72, 92, 131, 137

Dementiev, D. 120, 126

Chandak, N. 72

Costa, L. 60

Demircan, S. 103

Chandramouli, S. 80

Costa, S. 104

Demirkilinc Biler, E. 78

Chang, D. 18, 24, 27, 33, 52, 68

Costales-Mier, F. 126

Demirok, A. 89

Chaniecki, P. 104

Craitoiu, S. 110

Den, S. 116

Chansue, E. 64

Crandall, A. 22, 47, 68, 77

Deren, J. 102

Chantaren, P. 26

Craven, R. 33

Derhartunian, V. 14

Chatterjee, D. 116, 136

Cristóvão, D. 49

Dermott, J. 133

Chaudhary, R. 21, 58, 85, 108, 132, 136

Crnej, A. 14, 15

Deshmukh, D. 120

Chaudhary, S. 26, 102, 116, 136

Croft, M. 94

Dewan, T. 79

Chee, S.P. 63, 68, 77

Crozafon, P. 87

Dhillon, N. 48

Chen, S. 89

Cummings, A. 22, 58, 61, 70, 89, 94, 95

Dhingra, D. 137

Cheon, H. 123

Cursiefen, C. 18, 156

Di Cicco, R. 113

Cheon, M. 86

Cutolo, C. 60

Di Gregorio, M. 137

Chianello, D. 110, 116 Chihaia, M. 124 Chinenova, K. 74 Chin Sun, C. 123 Chirapapaisan, C. 95 Chirapapaisan, N. 137 Chiu, S. 87 Chlasta-Twardzik, E. 104 Choi, J. 87, 126 Choi, M. 48, 128

INDEX

Chong, W. 137 Choudhary, D. 112, 137 Choudhary, U. 50 Chovancova, J. 94 Chowdhury, T. 27, 112, 137 Chranioti, A. 142 Christy, J. 137 Chua, D. 123 Chuang, Y. 129 Chuiko, O. 131 Chung, J. 34

174

Di Lauro, S. 110

D da Saude Lourenco, J. 117 Daly, M. 93 Danca, C. 124 Dandapani, R. 128 Daniel Ponniah, L. 26, 88, 90, 112, 137, 142 Danjoux, J. 129 Dapena, I. 14, 24, 41 Daphna, O. 110, 112 Darma, S. 122 Daryabari, S. 147 Das, M. 26, 137 Davari, M. 124, 147 Davey, N. 34, 88 Davidson, A. 89 Davies, P. 100 Daxer, A. 51 Day, A. 48, 85, 100

Diab, R. 74 Diakonis, V. 49, 80, 89, 149 Dias, D. 129 Diaz Cespedes, R. 108, 122 Dick, B. 33, 44, 47, 70, 80, 84, 156 Dickman, M. 14, 21, 26, 27, 41 Digmelashvili, N. 124 Din, N. 137 Dirisamer, M. 71 Ditzen, K. 15, 96, 127 Dmitriew, A. 15 Doddaramegowda, A. 71 Doga, A. 62 Dogan, A. 116 Dolz-Güerri, F. 108 Domínguez-Vicent, A. 122 Donate, D. 42 Dong, Y. 118 Donnenfeld, E. 43, 84 Donoso, R. 137


INDEX Dorairaj, S. 24

Eskina, E. 131, 132

Fornasari, E. 63

Dorronsoro, C. 40

Espandar, L. 82

Fortunato, M. 113

Droutsas, K. 26, 41

Esteves Marques, R. 113

Foscarini, B. 31

Drucka, E. 105

Evans, D. 58, 80

Frączkiewicz-Skok, M. 120

Drury, B. 120

Evans, T. 54

Francesconi, C. 108

Dua, H. 23, 38, 61

Evren Kemer, O. 110

Franco, M. 142

Dumitrescu Dragan, A. 108

Ez-zahraoui, M. 107

Francone, A. 117, 126

Dunker, S. 113 Dupps, W.J. 43, 47, 70, 90 Durán, J. 123 Durmaz Engin, C. 67 Dursun Altınors, D. 91, 113 Dushina, G. 109 Dutchin, I. 123 Dutta, D. 26, 105, 137 Duyongco, K. 125 Dvali, M. 64 Dzhaber, D. 102 Dzhashi, B. 118, 123

Franqueira, N. 126

F Fabian, E. 44, 86 Falah, R. 26, 142 Falasinnu, J. 105 Falcon, C. 80 Fang, H. 128 Farafonova, A. 123 Fargana, H. 105 Farhood, Q. 110 Faria, M. 39 Faria, P. 120

Frazão, S. 62 Fredriksson, T. 24 Frings, A. 49, 131 Frueh, B. 14, 22, 82 Fukuoka, H. 117 Fulga, R. 35 Fung, S. 63 Furniturewala, A. 123 Fusi-Rubiano, W. 125

G

Faria-Correia, F. 35, 47, 61, 116

Gabel, V.P. 68

Farkas, A. 119

Gad, A. 110

Farrokhi, S. 113

Galecki, T. 79

Egorova, E. 108

Faure, J. 42

Gallagher, D. 117

Eguiza, V. 45

Fea, A. 33, 39, 60

Gallardo, M. 120

Einollahi, B. 62, 105

Febbraro, J. 54

Galvis, V. 132

Ekinci Koktekir, B. 132

Fechin, O. 24

Gamal Eldin, S. 137

El Hout, S. 90

Fediashev, G. 102

Ganapathi, C. 118

El-Khoury, S. 115

Feijoo, B. 39, 51

Ganatra, S. 50, 110, 120

El-Mayah, E. 71, 118

Fengju, Z. 133

Gandasubrata, A. 137

El-Shabrawi, Y. 43

Fernanda Astete, M. 82

Gandhi, N. 21, 102

Elbedewy, H. 137

Fernandes, M. 15, 68, 84

Ganekal, S. 105, 137

Eldaly, Z. 25

Fernandes, T. 75

Ganem, C. 90

Eldanasoury, A. 22, 47

Fernandes, V. 146

Ganesh, S. 42, 88, 123, 158

Elgin, U. 25

Fernández, J. 59, 126

Gang, L. 133

Elhanan, M. 110

Fernandez, M. 15

Gangopadhyay, N. 68, 84

Elhawary, I. 120

Fernández Buenaga, R. 15

Ganguly, A. 26, 137

Elies Amat, D. 24

Ferreira, J. 18

Garcia, S. 14

Elksnis, Ē. 105

Ferreira, T. 67, 76, 85, 130

Garcia-Delpech, S. 76, 120

Elling, M. 132

Ferreira Mendes, J. 26, 126, 137

Garcia-Feijoo, J. 27

Ellis, D. 105

Ferreira-Oliveira, R. 35, 48

Garcia-Garcia, Á. 50

Eloka, O. 36

Ferreira-Ríos, I. 119

Garcia-Gonzalez, M. 62

Elshahed, A. 75

Figueiredo, A. 60, 108

Garcia Perez, J. 129

Elsobky, H. 115

Figueiredo, R. 126

Garg, A. 82, 137

Eltutar, K. 105

Figueiredo Silva, V. , 78

Gartaganis, P. 24

Emad Labib, F. 105

Fili, S. 120

Garzon, N. 105

Eom, Y. 36

Filipe, H. 77, 113

Gatinel, D. 18, 30, 33, 40, 68, 80

Eppig, T. 103

Filipe, S. 146

Gaytan-Melicoff, J. 24

Epstein, D. 14, 15, 20, 24, 33, 47, 62, 68,

Findl, O. 20, 21, 22, 31, 43, 51, 53, 68, 70,

Geerards, A. 14, 22, 27

84, 91, 96

97, 100

Georgiev, S. 79

Eren, M. 118

Finer, N. 77, 103

Georgieva, A. 105

Erie, J. 127

Flecha, J. 113

Gerl, M. 105

Erikitola, O. 130

Foerster, J. 119

Gerstmeyer, K. 124

Erogul, Ö. 125

Fogla, R. 22, 39, 95

Gertnere, J. 123

Escaf Jaraba, L. 133

Fontana, L. 22, 54

Getman, J. 125

Escandon-Garcia, S. 70, 146

Forlini, M. 77

Ghalla, P. 137

E

INDEX

Dunai, A. 40, 128

175


INDEX Ghanem, A. 74

Guirao, M. 21

Hervas, A. 111

Ghanem, R. 76

Gulani, A. 110, 115

Hervella Ginesta, L. 131

Gharaibeh, A. 72, 89

Gunasekera, C. 66, 133

Heydari, S. 147

Ghazal, K. 120

Gundersen, K. 44, 70, 129

Hienert, J. 85

Ghazaryan, E. 115

Gunes, B. 102

Hill, W. 43, 68, 70

Ghoreishi, M. 53, 88

Gupta, D. 116

Hipólito, S. 146

Ghosh, M. 26

Gupta, G. 95

Hipsley, A. 127

Giannaccare, G. 113

Gupta, H. 110

Hiraoka, T. 94

Giardini, P. 95

Gupte, S. 130

Hirnschall, N. 19, 21, 40, 46, 80

Giasin, O. 129

Gurmizov, E. 26, 74

Hjortdal, J. 18, 20, 47, 70, 84, 90

Gil, J. 48

Gutierrez Amoros, C. 103, 131

Hlinomazova, Z. 113

Gil, P. 46, 75

Guzman, J. 142

Hlozanek, M. 105, 113

Gineva, N. 113

Gyory, J. 31

Ho, Y. 113

Ginis, H. 30, 59, 91 Giordano, C. 147 Giugno, S. 128 Gizatullina, M. 128 Gkaragkani, E. 113 Glasser, A. 30, 91 Godefrooij, D. 91 Godinho, G. 105 Goel, S. 26, 34, 105, 137, 142 Goes, F. 119 Goggin, M. 22, 33, 85 Goh, J. 105 Gohier, P. 129 Gold, R. 108 Golovin, A. 24, 32, 74 Gómez Cabrera, C. 67 Gonçalves, A. 113 González del Valle, F. 137 Gonzalez-Lopez, F. 64, 137 Gordillo, C. 45 Gorezis, S. 120 Gosling, D. 105, 117 Goto, S. 95 Gouveia, P. 120 Gozum, N. 105 Grabner, G. 20, 45, 68 Grabska-Liberek, I. 86 Graffi, S. 113 Grandin, J. 113 Granet, D. 68 Grcar, R. 137, 142 Grieshaber, M. 14, 39

INDEX

Gros-Otero, J. 129 Grover, T. 94, 94 Grytsenko, I. 71 Grzeszkowiak, J. 118 Grzybowski, A. 93, 105, 132 Gschließer, A. 107 Guber, I. 41 Gudauskiene, G. 105 Güell, J. 20, 23, 33, 38, 51, 52, 61, 68, 70, 76, 77, 94, 156

Hoffer, K. 24, 33

H Habon, K. 60 Hackl, C. 21 Haddad, A. 116 Hafezi, F. 47, 61, 70, 97 Hagege, A. 58 Hagen, P. 87, 84 Haigis, W. 24 Hajji, I. 110 Haldipurkar, S. 15, 39, 70 Hall, K. 147 Ham, L. 14, 24, 41 Hamada, S. 61 Hamer, C. 85 Hamroush, A. 113 Han, K. 110 Han, S. 124, 125, 137 Hanemoto, T. 137 Hannush, S. 27, 33, 39, 61 Hartwig, A. 127 Hasani, H. 45, 116, 123 Hasanov, J. 25

Hoffman, J. 82, 117 Hoffmann, P. 22, 85, 87 Hogden, J. 34, 48 Höh, H. 60 Holland, D. 36, 119 Holland, E. 39, 70, 77, 82 Holland, S. 45, 97, 116 Holzer, M. 31, 48 Holzer, S. 122 Horodynska, D. 118 Horta, R. 129 Hosny, M. 113, 118 Hossain, P. 54 Hoyos-Chacon, J. 137 Hu, L. 96 Huang, Y. 75 Huh, D. 126 Hunkeler, J. 91 Hurzhii, O. 110 Huseynli, S. 94, 122

I

Hasby, H. 113

Ianchulev, T. 60

Hashemi, K. 66

Ibares-Frías, L. 105

Hashmani, N. 96

Ibarz Barberá, M. 119

Hassan, A. 110

Ichikawa, K. 105, 137

Hassan Elatta, E. 120

Idrees, M. 113

Hassouna, A. 103

Ilango, B. 129

Haszcz, D. 113

Ilavska, M. 36

Hayashi, K. 78

Ilyina, Y. 113

He, T. 132

Imamoglu, H. 104

Heidari, F. 147

Infantes Molina, E. 113

Helvacioglu, F. 129

Ioshin, I. 102

Hemkeppler, E. 131

Iovieno, A. 54, 80

Hengerer, F. 63, 119, 128

Irkec, M. 37

Henriquez, M. 45, 110

Irman Grcar, I. 132

Henry, Y. 93

Isakova, O. 24

Herbst, T. 119

Isik, P. 70

Hernandez Diaz, M. 66

Iskakov, I. 113

Herranz, A. 102, 142

Islam, S. 105 Issa, A. 25

176


Issergepova, B. 111

Kamvasi, S. 124

Kim, Y. 37, 114

Ivanovska Adjievska, B. 102

Kanai, M. 67

Kimyon, S. 82, 109

Ivarsen, A. 88

Kanaujia, V. 138

Kiraly, L. 96

Ivashina, A. 75

Kanellopoulos, A. 22, 33, 47, 95, 96, 116,

Kirgiz, A. 115

Izák, M. 102, 129

123, 138, 142

Kirilova, Y. 38

Izquierdo, L. 113, 119

Kang, B. 40, 115

Kisil, T. 67

Izquierdo Villavicencio, J. 120

Kang, D. 102

Kiss, Z. 74

Kang, K. 105

Kiuchi, Y. 121

Kanj, U. 138

Kivanc, S. 102

Kanonidou, E. 124

Klabe, K. 60

Kaplaner, O. 37

Kleinmann, G. 19, 44, 70, 84, 85

Kaplin, I. 132

Klimesova, Y. 114

Karabatsas, C. 131, 138, 142

Kling, S. 89, 91

Karaca, E. 35, 125

Klonowski, P. 67, 87

Karaca, I. 35

Klyce, S. 33

Karadag, R. 113

Knezović, I. 125

Karagiannidis-Stampoulis, G. 124

Koay, S. 109, 138

Karatepe Hashas, A. 122

Kocabeyoglu, S. 105

Karthikappallil, J. 39

Kocak, E. 78

Kasetsuwan, N. 104

Koch, D. 19, 24, 33, 68, 70, 157

Kashyap, B. 86

Koçluk, Y. 114

Kasina, R. 120

Koerber, N. 15, 39, 121

Kataeva, Z. 102

Koh, I. 126

Katsanevaki, V. 20, 34, 44, 86

Koh, S. 50

Katz, J. 127

Kohnen, T. 18, 19, 20, 23, 32,

Kaufman, S. 91

43, 64, 68, 70, 158

Kavthekar, A. 124

Kojima, T. 89

Kawai, K. 128

Kokareva, E. 86

Kaya, G. 102

Kok Khiang, A. 40

Kaya Ünsal, S. 129

Koller, T. 61

Kaymak, H. 96

Kolodziejska, U. 92

Kaynak, S. 61

Kolodziejski, L. 116

Kazakos, D. 84

Konjevoda, S. 121

Kennedy, A. 120

Konstantinidis, L. 61

Kermani, O. 108

Kontari, I. 123, 132, 138, 142

Kermedchieva, R. 37

Kontic, M. 102

Keskini, C. 120

Kook, D. 14, 15

Khabazkhoob, M. 122

Kopaliani, M. 125

Khaimi, M. 121

Kopayev, S. 92

Khairy, H. 116

Koppen, C. 15, 22, 27

Khamar, P. 66, 59

Korkmaz, R. 71

Khan, B. 54

Kortuem, K. 90

K

Khan, M. 113, 121

Kosior-Jarecka, E. 121

Khaqan, H. 73

Kostenev, S. 114

Kacerik, M. 128

Khoramnia, R. 65, 92

Kostianeva-Zhelinska, S. 121

Khorrami-Nejad, M. 105, 122

Kostin, O. 62, 118

Khoueir, Z. 14, 15, 24

Kostovska, B. 88, 138

Kilic, A. 69, 97

Kotb, A. 123, 132

Kim, D. 67

Kovalenko, A. 138

Kim, E. 48, 118

Kowalski, R. 49

Kim, H. 94

Koyun, E. 125

Kim, J. , 94

Kozawa, T. 138

Kim, K. 48, 111

Kramorenko, Y. 89

Kim, M. 109, 111

Kranemann, C. 96, 116

Kim, S. 74

Kránitz, K. 40

Kim, T. 77

Krarup, T. 32

J Jackson, M. 63, 127 Jacob, S. 54, 58, 68, 70, 97, 113, 138 Jadidi, K. 113 Jafari-Yeganeh, G. 147 Jafarinasab, M. 122, 131, 138 Jain, A. 108, 128, 138 Jakobsson, G. 84 Janekova, A. 40 Jansen, C. 84 Jarade, E. 73 Jardim, C. 111 Jasinskas, V. 14, 39 Javaloy, J. 75 Jayawickrema, N. 133 Jerhotová, E. 51 Jhala, L. 131 Jhanji, V. 34, 48, 54 Ji, M. 105 Jiang, L. 38 Jihong, Z. 62 Jin, X. 113 Jin, Z. 83, 126 Jirak, P. 14 Johansson, B. 93 Jones, R. 113 Jonker, S. 64 Jun, I. 38 Jun, J. 119, 138 Jung, J. 104 Jungwoo, O. 75

Kacerovsky, M. 51 Kachanov, A. 66, 71 Kachuriak, N. 132 Kagathra, P. 120 Kahraman, G. 93, 128 Kalizhnikova, E. 105 Kalouda, P. 24 Kaluzny, B. 26, 138 Kambo, B. 89 Kamel, M. 104, 113 Kamis, U. 67

INDEX

INDEX

177


INDEX Kremeshkov, M. 129

Lee, J. 45, 106, 111, 128, 129

Luceri, S. 14

Kreps, E. 37

Lee, M. 46, 65, 138

Luengo Gimeno, F. 114

Kretz, F. 44, 71, 107, 142

Lee, S. 25, 78, 96, 121

Luft, N. 42, 88

Krishnamurthy, L. 35

Lee, Y. 124

Lume, M. 14

Kristianslund, O. 92

Legrottaglie, E. 132

Lundström, M. 19, 27, 36, 73

Krix-Jachym, K. 49

Le Guyader, F. 71

Lutaj, P. 102

Krueger, R. 70, 95, 97

Lemanski, N. 122, 124

Luthra, G. 54

Kruger, J. 35, 123

Leon, P. 114

Lyra, J. 70

Kruse, F. 23, 68

Le Quoy, O. 102, 138

Kshetrapal, A. 26

Lesieur, G. 93, 106

Kucharczyk-Pospiech, M. 105

Leydolt, C. 14

Kudlu, K. 80

Li, H. 126

Kulikov, I. 32

Li, L. 33

Kumar, R. 118

Li, V. 111

Kumar, V. 110

Liakopoulos, D. 149

Kurenkov, V. 132

Liao, K. 59

Kurk, H. 146

Liarakos, V. 24, 80

Kurt, A. 124

Liaska, A. 142

Kuruvilla, P. 69

Liekfeld, A. 60

Kurzak, E. 105

Lim, B. 74

Kusumghar, P. 61, 90, 138

Lim, S. 22, 39

Kvaratskhelia, N. 124

Lim, T. 38

Kwitko, S. 76, 118

Lim, W. 90

Kwon, H. 40

Limão, A. 45

Kymionis, G. 20, 47

Lin, B. 130, 138

Kynigopoulos, M. 149

Lin, C. 125 Lin, D. 86, 116

L Labetoulle, M. 18, 54 Labiris, G. 105 Lages, V. 92 LaHood, B. 22, 65, 85 Lai, L. 46 Lalgudi, V. 126, 138 Lalias, T. 49 La Mantia, A. 138 Lane, S. 128 Lange, A. 116 Langenbucher, A. 65 Lapenna, L. 90 Lapid-Gortzak, R. 14, 69, 83, 105 Lau, N. 117 Laurinavičiūtė, G. 107 Lauzirika Saez, G. 146

INDEX

Lavy, I. 14, 41 Law, E. 129 Lazaridis, A. 23, 26 Lazzerini, A. 32 Leboukhe, S. 102 Leccisotti, A. 62 Lee, A. 149 Lee, C. 129 Lee, D. 64 Lee, E. 25, 49 Lee, H. 106

178

Lin, H. 119 Lina, K. 25 Linnola, R. 44 Liontiris, M. 114 Lioumi, D. 80 Lipatov, D. 121 Lisa, C. 26, 61, 68 Little, B. 22, 33, 39, 44, 61 Littlewood, R. 67, 114 Ljaljevic, S. 121 Lledo, C. 146, 149 Llovet, F. 33, 76 Lobo, C. 43, 52 Loh, G. 138 Lopes, A. 92 Lopes, B. 59 Lopes, D. 121, 138 Lopez Lizarraga, P. 138, 142 López Montes, T. 133 Lopez Valverde, G. 130 Lorente, B. 39, 92 Lorente, R. 39, 76, 92 Loshkareva, A. 111 Loukil, M. 114 Loureiro, F. 52 Lozano, I. 37 Lozano Ruiz, S. 123 Lubeck, D. 158 Lubinski, W. 106

M Ma, A. 82 Ma, D. 119 MacDonald, S. 79, 109 MacGregor, C. 21 Machado, F. 114 Machowicz-Matejko, E. 125 Mackert, M. 92 MacMorris, L. 124 Macsek, M. 131 Madeira, C. 106 Madhivanan, N. 77 Madi, S. 41, 54, 80, 114 Magazova, A. 106 Mahabir, M. 124 Mahajan, S. 96 Mahmood, K. 114 Mahuvakar, S. 138 Mai, E. 82 Makarov, R. 34, 48, 138 Makhotkina, N. 53 Malecaze, F. 24 Malgapu, M. 74 Malheiro, L. 106 Malhotra, C. 111, 116 Malik, P. 79 Malik, R. 111 Malley, M. 58 Malyugin, B. 18, 21, 22, 24, 30, 32, 39, 52, 54, 63, 68, 84, 100, 157 Malyutina, E. 114 Mamalis, N. 61, 74, 77 Manaenkova, G. 109 Manche, E. 72, 95, 123 Manfredini, S. 146 Mano, S. 125 Mansouri, K. 14, 24, 61, 121, 159 March De Ribot, F. 138, 142 Marcos, S. 19, 30, 31 Marcovich, A. 68 Marinho, A. 20, 23, 24, 40, 47, 61, 70, 76, 84, 92, 97, 100 Marques, P. 146 Marques-Neves, C. 96 Martinez, J. 147


INDEX Messmer, E. 35, 54, 80

Martínez, O. 106

Mete, A. 102

Martínez-Abad, A. 50

Metodieva, M. 109

Martinez de Aragon, J. 47

Meyer, B. 61

Martinez de la Casa, J. 121

Mihaltz, K. 130

Martínez Pérez, L. 111

Mijovich, O. 106

Martins, A. 131

Mikek, K. 15, 22

Maruszczyk, W. 37

Milingert, A. 121

Masnec, S. 109

Milka, M. 122

Mastropasqua, L. 90

Millan, M. 44

Mas-Tur, V. 114

Miller, K. 84

Masuda, Y. 138

Minami, K. 130

Mata Diaz, E. 67, 109

Mirishova, M. 123

Mataftsi, A. 65

Mirshahi, A. 32, 139

Matalia, H. 27, 59, 122

Mishchenko, O. 24

Matalia, J. 78, 138

Modis, L. 130

Mateus, F. 146

Mohan, N. 124

Mathur, A. 109

Mohan, R. 15, 33, 38

Mathur, D. 64, 88

Mohan, S. , 59

Mathysen, D. 95

Monaco, G. 116

Matic, S. 106

Monden, Y. 106

Matsushima, H. 24

Montan, P. 43, 61

Mattioli, L. 41

Monteiro, T. 45, 61, 66, 68

Maurino, V. 22, 80

Montes-Mico, R. 124

Mavrikakis, I. 47

Moolani, S. 130, 139

Mavrodieva, S. 106

Moore, J. , 31

Mayer, W. 38, 63

Moraru, O. 104

Mazhry, Z. 106, 138

Moreira, J. 107

Mazzotta, C. 47

Mori, Y. 36

McAlinden, C. 19, 48

Morral, M. 20, 72, 87

McCulley, J. 80

Morrill, K. 58

McDonald, M. 84, 138

Morris, R. 47, 118

McGinn, P. 58

Morselli, S. 15, 21, 33, 44, 64, 90, 128

McNeely, R. 40

Morya, A. 103

Meades, K. 111

Mosavi, S. 124, 126

Medeiros, A.

Mosquera, S. 24

Medghalchi, A. 67

Mouhcine, E. 115

Medic, A. 26

Moura-Coelho, N. 121

Medina Boiko, R. 126

Moussa, G. 60

Mehlan, J. 133

Moussa, R. 132, 139

Mehra, A. 106

Mouttapa, M. 83, 139

Mehta, A. 138

Mrochen, M. 22, 24, 53, 95, 131

Mehta, C. 24, 39, 47, 61

Mrukwa-Kominek, E. 15, 46, 111, 127

Mehta, J. 90, 114, 127

Muen, W. 102

Mehta, K. 24, 39, 61, 68

Müller, T. 14, 114

Melian, R. 37

Muñoz, G. 14, 33

Melki, S. 14

Murali, R. 131, 139

Melles, G. 24

Murli Manoher, J. 82

Melnyk, V. 108

Murphy, T. 103

Mencucci, R. 117

Mursch-Edlmayr, A. 32

Mendicute, J. 76

Murta, F. 96, 159

Merayo-Lloves, J. 18

Murta, J. 23, 43, 52, 68, 76, 95, 97, 159

Mercieca, K. 39

Mushkova, I. 96

Meredith, P. 21

Mutalib, A. 126

Mermoud, A. 39, 61, 121

Muthu, S. 65, 139

Mertens, E. 58, 69

Mutlu, F. 15

N Næser, K. 36, 45 Nagata, M. 139 Nagy, Z. 33, 70, 100, 31 Nakamura, K. 130 Nakano, S. 65 Nanavaty, M. 61, 106 Napylova, O. 124 Narang, A. 21 Nardi, M. 33 Narendran, K. 80 Narooie-Noori, F. 124 Natalia, K. 104 Naumenko, V. 114 Navas, A. 27 Naveiras, M. 26 Naylor, S. 94 Nderitu, P. 73 Negretti, G. 21 Nejat Sajad, F. 115 Nelli, P. 103 Nemcova, I. 128 Nemsitsveridze, M. 106 Neo, Y. 96 Neri, P. 54 Neri Pires, G. 106, 127 Neto Batista Lacerda, A. 133 Neuhann, T. 70, 77, 159 Ng, A. 14, 111 Nicolae, M. 132 Ní Dhubhghaill, S. 14 Nienhaus, S. 31 Nischal, K.K. 84 Nishi, O. 44 Nishi, Y. 93 Nishisako, S. 26 Nistad, K. 51 Nithianandan, H. 24, 41 Nizametdinova, Y. 119 Noecker, R. 156 Noguchi, S. 106 Nosé, R. 109 Nose, W. 76 Novak, J. 127 Novytskyy, I. 109 Nowak, M. 83

INDEX

Martinez, M. 33

Nowakowska, D. 139 Nowinska, A. 50, 103 Nuijts, R. 18, 20, 23, 43, 52, 61, 68, 85, 95, 158

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INDEX O

Pallikaris, I. 24, 27, 30, 91, 149

Piñero, D. 33, 65, 116

O’Brart, D. 22, 32, 61

Palomino, C. 76, 127, 131

Pinho, S. 114

Pamel, G. 22, 33, 47

Pinto, J. 35

Panagopoulou, S. 149

Pinto Proença, R. 109

Pande, M. , 84

Piovella, M. 24, 39, 44, 47, 84, 86, 127

Panga, A. 139

Pircher, N. 50

Panico, A. 38, 66, 139

Pisarek, C. 74

Panov, I. 109, 121

Pisarevskaya, O. 133

Panthagani, J. 103

Pisciotta, A. 119

Papadakou, P. 116

Plainis, S. 30

Papaioannou, L. 116

Pniakowska, Z. 115

Parafita-Fernández, A. 72, 123

Polito, E. 111

Paridaens, D. 47

Pomorska, M. 109

Park, J. 116

Ponte-Davila, M. 121

Park, W. 85

Portaliou, D. 49, 89, 149

Parkhomenko, O. 121, 127

Post, M. 67

Parkhurst, G. 131

Pourmatin, R. 130

Parreira, S. 35, 67, 139

Poyales, F. 36, 119

Pashinova, N. 109

Pradas, M. 21

Pashtaev, A. 114

Pradhan, K. 71

Pastor Pascual, F. 65, 79

Prado, M. 107

Pastukh, M. 107

Prakash, G. 54, 59

Patel, M. 74, 125

Prasad, R. 110, 139

Patel, S. 123, 124

Pravosudova, M. 121

Patil, N. 125

Preussner, P. 19, 46

Patrao Buscacio, L. 114

Price Jr., F. 50, 70

O’Donnell, C. 106 Ogirala, G. 139 Oikonomou, A. 142 Okada, A. 125 Olesen, H. 51 Oliphant, H. 93 Oliveira, M. 96 Olsen, T. 19, 30, 43, 73 Oltulu, R. 49 Omer, K. 124 Omiadze, M. 114 Om Parkash, R. 139 Ondrova, N. 103 Ong, S. 44 Ong-Tone, L. 108 Ong Tone, S. 116 Or, L. 90 Oral, A. 65 Orazbekov, L. 107 Orenburkina, O. 119 O’Rourke, M. 83 Ortega, J. 33 Ortíz de Zárate, B. 104 Ortiz-Toquero, S. 147 Ortiz-Vaquerizas, D. 82 Ortube, M. 114 Orucoglu, F. 111 Osher, R. 26, 33, 47, 68, 69, 139 Osinga, A. 130 Ouanezar, S. 59 Oustoglou, E. 65 Ozbek, Z. 111 Ozcan, A. 111, 142 Ozdemir, E. 114 Ozdemir, H. 24 Ozek, D. 116 Özer Stillman, I. 82 Ozmen, A. 107

Patsoura, E. 109

Price, M. 90, 91

Pávková, Z. 118

Prieto, I. 39, 52, 78, 100

Paz Moreno-Arrones, J. 37, 60

Prokopiuk, A. 106

Peckar, C. 39

Protasova, K. 125

Pedrosa, C. 48, 51, 88

Providência, J. 78

Pedrotti, E. 31

Pucci, L. 109

Pelit, A. 114

Pusnik, D. 70

Pepose, J. 47

Pyfer, M. 46

Perera, S. 68, 142 Perez, M. 95 Pérez, R. 132 Pérez-Cambrodi, R. 31 Pérez Casaseca, C. 119, 142 Peris-Martinez, C. 66 Pershin, K. 48 Pesudovs, K. 19

P Packard, R. 15, 21, 24, 44, 61, 69, 77

INDEX

Padmanabhan, P. 115 Pagoulatos, D. 103 Paharia, N. 89 Pahor, D. 142 Pahuja, N. 61 Pajėda, A. 65 Pajic, B. 24 Palamar, M. 49 Palkovits, S. 37, 51, 67, 80, 96, 103 Pallikaris, A. 30

180

Pesztenlehrer, N. 106 Petkova, A. 106 Petzold, A. 48 Pfeifer, V. 14, 22, 51, 61, 84 Pfeiffer, N. 27 Picardo, V. 44 Piccinini, P. 132 Pieh, S. 86, 106 Pietilä, J. 42 Pilyagina, A. 36 Pimenta, A. 83 Pina, B. 74 Pineda, R. 14, 109

Q Qerimi, E. 38 Qirui, X. 71 Qiu, X. 106 Quadrado, M. 90 Quaranta-Leoni, F. 47 Queirós, T. 73 Queirós Pereira, A. 124 Quilendrino, R. 24 Qureshi, B. 77, 129 Qureshi, M. 74


INDEX R

Rojas, V. 39

Samuel, M. 132

Raffray, T. 128

Rolando, M. 80

Sanchez Cañizal, J. 74

Romanenko, B. 103

Sanchez-Pina, J. 147

Roman Guindo, J. 139

Sandhu, H. 133

Romanova, L. 53

Santana, N. 117

Romeo, S. 21

Santhiago, M. 43, 97

Rootman, D. 95

Santiago Balsera, H. 111

Rosa, A. 35, 61, 95

Santorum, P. 54, 60

Rosa, N. 24

Santos, A. 149

Rosca, C. 109

Santos, M. 117

Rose, S. 114

Sarandeses Diez, M. 75

Rosen, P. 20, 21, 47, 58, 95

Sarenac Vulovic, T. 125

Rosenthal, K. 22

Saricaoglu, M. 121

Rosetta, P. 117

Sarkisian Jr., S. 60

Rosman, M. 33, 62

Sarnicola, C. 115

Raiskup, F. 47 Raj, S. 121 Rajabi, S. 147 Rajagopal, R. 82, 117 Rajan, M. 103, 139 Rajasekaran, R. 107, 139 Rajpal, R. 133, 157 Rajput, P. 106 Ramadan, E. 108, 121, 142 Ramakrishana, V. 139 Ramamoorthy, K. , 84 Ramesh, M. 108, 139 Ramirez Jimenez, I. 83 Ramjiani, V. 87 Randleman, B. 47, 97 Rascevskis, D. 106 Rashed, A. 118 Ratnalingam, V. 27 Rau, M. 69, 80, 130 Rebrikov, I. 63 Rebrikov, S. 118 Rechichi, M. 48, 86 Rehman, S. 84 Reinstein, D. 24, 33, 42, 68, 157 Reitblat, O. 53 Relha, C. 146 Renier, S. 124 Renner, K. 106 Reshmi, C. 44 Reus, N. 14, 21, 22, 24, 80 Rezvan, F. 50, 117 Rho, S. 37 Ribeiro, F. 39, 52, 61, 76, 95, 97, 100, 146, 159 Richard, G. 61 Rijneveld, A. 14 Rios, L. 50 Riyanto, S. 124 Robbie, S. 129 Roberts, C. 20, 27, 30, 33, 47, 68, 70, 156 Roberts, D. 103 Roberts, H. 32, 87, 139 Rocha, K. 127 Rodrigues, P. 62, 88, 126 Rodriguez, V. 61 Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, M. 89, 119 Rodriguez-Perez, I. 124, 146 Rodriguez Prats, J. 139 Rodriguez Vallejo, M. 131 Rogalinska, I. 49 Rohrweck, S. 14, 33 Roig-Revert, M. 114

Roufas, A. 114

Sarnicola, E. 39, 82

Rowe, F. 47, 149

Sarnicola, V. 39, 95

Rowen, S. 23, 80

Sarvarov, D. 119

Rozanova, O. 127

Sarzhevs’ka, L. 122

Rozegnał-Madej, A. 110

Sasaki, H. 103

Rozema, J. 30

Savic, K. 123

Rozenberg, A. 65, 95

Savic-Radojevic, A. 121

Rozot, P. 92

Savini, G. 33

Rudolph, T. 14, 84

Saw, V. 54

Ruefer, F. 24, 121

Saxena, M. 139

Ruiz Mesa, R. 130, 133

Sayegh, S. 106 Sborgia, A. 130

S Saad, A. 43, 61, 70, 84, 97, 94 Sab, I. 117 Sabala, A. 15 Sabater-Cruz, N. 125 Sabatino, F. 114, 142 Sacoto, J. 104 Sadoughi, M. 133 Sadrutdinov, R. 132 Saha, S. 26, 68, 108, 111 Sahin, G. 106, 109 Sahin, O. 139 Sahler, R. 71 Sainani, K. 62, 108, 139 Saitta, A. 103 Sajdikova, M. 24, 48 Sakhaee, M. 66 Salah, M. 115 Salah Mabed, I. 18 Saldaña Garrido, J. 109, 132 Salgado, R. 52, 61, 76, 84 Salgado-Borges, J. 31, 35, 37 Sallet, G. 47, 58 Salvetti, A.P. 68 Samaniego, C. 74 Samia-Aly, E. 87 Sammouh, F. 65

Scaltrini, G. 106, 128 Schargel, K. 60 Scharioth, G. 61 Schartmüller, D. 130 Schmetterer, L. 159 Schmickler, S. 104, 128 Schmidinger, G. 115 Schollmayer, P. 14 Scholtz, S. 125 Schroder, S. 37 Schultz, T. 47, 119 Schwarzenbacher, L. 130 Schweitzer, C. 100 Scorcia, V. 15, 80 Seatra, I. 147 Sedaghat, M. 66 Sedky, A. 22 Sędziak-Marci, B. 74 Segi, A. 67 Seif, R. 130

INDEX

Raimundo, M. 46

Seiler, T. 22, 23, 47, 59, 61, 70, 156 Seiler, T.G. 59, 89, 97 Sekundo, W. 39, 61, 90 Selvam, S. 130 Senchenko, N. 115, 139 Sengupta, J. 15, 68, 84, 103, 139 Senoo, T. 115 Serafano, D. 84 Serdiuk, V. 119

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INDEX

INDEX Seven, E. 74

Sng, C. 27, 121

Sun, Y. 93

Severinsen, M. 51

Soares, A. 115

Sunay, E. 86, 128

Sezgin Asena, B. 119

Sokolovskaya, T. 122

Sung Yong Kang, D. 72, 124

Shaarawy, T. 22, 24

Solar, R. 58

Supapo, M. 74

Shafik Shaheen, M. 42, 70, 88

Soldati, S. 51

Surchev, N. 122

Shahare, K. 133, 139

Soler-Fernandez, F. 68

Suzuki, H. 140

Shah, N. 146

Soler Tomas, J. 103, 131

Svedberg, K. 84

Shah, S. 40

Solmaz, N. 25

Swarup, R. 95

Shah, T. 139

Solodkova, E. 124

Synder, M. 84

Shajari, M. 25, 51, 59, 74, 87

Solomatin, I. 127

Szaflik, J. 48, 63

Shalchi, Z. 51

Solomatin, M. 21

Szoke, E. 146

Shamratov, R. 121

Solovyova, G. 25

Shanturova, M. 26, 115, 139

Soloway, B. 80

Shao, P. 59

Song, J. 111

Sharaf, M. 106

Soundarapandian, J. 73

Sharma, A. 106, 128

Sousa, D. 115, 122

Sharma, N. 72

Sousa Neves, F. 88, 96

Shen, E. 67

Spadea, L. 23

Shetty, A. 71

Spalton, D. 39, 47, 61, 77, 80, 100, 157

Shetty, R. 42, 61, 159

Sparrow, J. 19

Shih, K. 139

Spekreijse, L. 83

Shinton, A. 103

Spiru, B. 59

Shkandina, Y. 131

Spyra, M. 130

Shorstein, N. 61, 93

Sridhar, U. 111

Shoukry, S. 117

Srinivasan, S. 18, 33, 70, 79, 83, 84, 87,

Shradqa, A. 110

104, 157

Shroff, R. 139

Srivannaboon, S. 42

Shukhaev, S. 106, 109, 139

Srur, M. 66

Shukla, R. 139

Stalmans, I. 33

Siantar, R. 25

Stamate, A. 122

Sideri, A. 26, 34, 88, 117, 140, 142

Stamatelatos, G. 33

Sideroudi, H. 42, 88

Stamenkovic, M. 70

Siedlecki, J. 133

Stanojlovic, S. 38

Siganos, D. 20

Stavropoulou, D. 102

Sihem, L. 111

Stefànsson, E. 18

Silva, A. 109, 111

Stegmann, R. 39, 60, 70

Silva, D. 48, 73, 88

Steinwender, G. 25, 74, 94, 94

Silva, F. 76

Stéphan, S. 26

Silva, R. 102, 131

Stevens, J. 23, 24, 140

Sim, S. 106

Stjepanek, K. 79

Simeonova, D. 117

Stodulka, P. 14, 36, 47, 79, 140, 159

Simons, R. 78

Stojanovic, A. 14, 22, 24, 95

Simpson, M. 53

Stojanovic, F. 86

Singal, N. 95

Stonecipher, K. 111

Singh, I. 35, 127, 131

Straiko, M. 61

Singh, S. 140

Strong, B. 21

Singhal, Y. 82

Štrumbelj, V. 142

Sinha, R. 64, 67

Stuart, A. 71

Sinjab, M. 22

Studeny, P. 41

Sirbiladze, B. 124

Stunf, S. 14

Sitnik, H. 115

Subramanian, M. 39

Siu, A. 63, 119

Subudhi, P. 21, 126

Skouteris, V. 88, 117, 142, 94

Sugantharaj, V. 26, 104, 107, 140

Slomovic, A. 95

Sugirua, T. 140

Smadja, D. 33, 50, 88

Sukhija, J. 107, 140

Snaebjörnsson Arnljóts, T. 121

Suleman, H. 117

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T Tabatabay, C. 104 Taha, M. 107, 115 Takashi Hida, W. 76 Takmaz, T. 37 Talma, J. 84 Tamaoki, A. 36 Tan, A. 119 Tan, D. 39, 61, 95 Tan, R. 103, 115 Tañá Rivero, P. 26, 140 Tandogan, T. 46 Taneri, S. 42, 88 Tappeiner, C. 108 Tasiopoulou, A. 125 Taskapili, M. 117 Tassignon, M.J. 14, 22, 30, 61, 70, 80, 84, 95, 96, 157 Tavandzi, U. 124 Tchah, H. 128 Teenan, D. 118, 130 Teixeira, F. 131 Tekavcic Pompe, M. 15 Tello, A. 107 Teshigawara, T. 36 Teus, M. 62 Tewari, P. 59, 140 Thakur, S. 122 Thaller, V. 47 Than, J. 117 Theng, J. 131 Theodoridis, M. 117 Theodoropoulou, S. 93 Thng, Z. 133 Ti, S. 32, 68 Tijani, M. 125 Till, J. 80, 127 Titiyal, J. 39 Tiveron Jr, M. 75, 59 Tjia, K. 22, 24, 27, 39, 54, 77 Tłustochowicz, M. 49 Todorovic, M. 107 Tognetto, D. 69, 126


INDEX Toker, E. 27 Toland, E. 58 Tolees, S. 26, 42, 115 Tomas, S. 86 Tomi, A. 109 Tomida, D. 107 Tomita, M. 64, 117 Tomlin, L. 146 Toro Utrera, P. 26 Torras, J. 140 Torrent, T. 82 Torres, P. , 59 Torres Netto, E. 21, 50, 89 Torun Acar, B. 96, 130 Toso, A. 15, 80, 84, 94 Touboul, D. 20, 27, 97 Tourino, R. 143 Tourkmani, A. 115 Traina, A. 102 Tran, D. 131 Tranjan, A. 107 Traverso, C. 157 Trigo, M. 76, 83 Trindade, C. 73, 140 Trindade, F. 76 Trone, M. 37 Troplini, M. 131 Tsatsos, M. 26, 54, 104 Tseng, S. 18 Tsigkos, D. 125 Tsintsadze, N. 117 Tsopouridou, R. 80 Tsygankov, A. 107 Tu, E. 80 Tulasiram, L. 117, 122 Tunca Kirikkaya, E. 25 Turk, A. 104 Turnbull, A. 26 Tutaev, D. 87 Tutchenko, L. 50 Tverdova, D. 119 Tyazhev, M. 119 Tzamalis, A. 107

U Ueta, M. 49 Ullrich, M. 71 Ulusoy, D. 89 Ulusoy, M. 82 Urgacz-Lechowicz, A. 74, 125 Ursell, P. 93 Usman, A. 60, 122 Usubov, E. 94, 117 Uy, H. 51, 104

V

Vlasenko, A. 92

Vaiciuliene, R. 103

Vokrojova, M. 115

Valadao, T. 125 Valesova, L. 118 Vamosi, P. 53 Vandekerckhove, K. 64 Vandemeulebroecke, N. 15 Van den Berg, T. 30 van den Biggelaar, F. 95 van der Hoek, J. 60 van der Meulen, I. 111 van Dijk, K. 41 van Zyl, L. 22 Vandermeer, G. 89 Vannadil, H. 96, 140, 143 Vannas, K. 21, 53, 69 Váradi, D. 53, 87 Vargas, V. 127 Varsits, R. 73 Vasavada, A. 33, 47, 54, 84, 100 Vasavada, S. 26, 33, 46, 111, 140 Vasavada, V. 26, 78, 84, 109 Vasilyev, A. 107 Vasquez Perez, A. 48, 83 Vastardis, I. 149 Vasudevan, C. 140 Vatansever, M. 24 Vaz, F. 50, 68, 76, 95 Vega, F. 40 Vega-Estrada, A. 62, 66 Vejarano, L. 80 Velarde, G. 107 Veldhuizen, C. 78, 125 Venkataraman, G. 60 Ventruba, J. 48 Vergamota, A. 143 Verges, C. 61 Verroiopoulos, G. 71 Versace, P. 40, 156 Vesela, M. 89 Victor, G. 76 Vida, R. 42 Vidovic Valentincic, N. 14 Vieversyte, M. 103 Viljanen, A. 31 Villada, J. 47, 86, 147 Villamil, J. 75 Villar, E. 147

Vohra, V. 108 Volinia, A. 115 Volkova, N. 107, 111 von Sonnleithner, C. 107 Voskanyan, L. 122 Vossmerbaeumer, U. 79, 103 Vounotrypidis, E. 36, 91 Vrijman, V. 53 Vryghem, J. 22, 47, 58, 62, 69, 83 Vukich, J. 36, 51 Vyas, A. 104

W Wagenfeld, L. 61 Wagh, V. 63 Wakefield, M. 49 Waldron, R. 149 Walters, R. 69, 159 Wang, J. 59 Wang, X. 64, 126 Wasilewski, D. 27 Wass, S. 83 Webers, V. 53 Weeber, H. 130 Weingessel, B. 61 Weinstock, R. 63 Werner, L. 47, 92, 129, 140 Wevill, M. 39 Whang, W. 119 Whitlow, S. 21, 96, 125 Whitman, J. 131 Wiącek, M. 49 Widyandana, D. 69 Wielders, L. 43, 75, 87 Wiercx van Rhijn, N. 80 Wiltfang, R. 61 Wisse, R. 91 Wohl, C. 35 Wolf, A. 15 Wolffsohn, J. 77 Wolniewińska, M. 122 Wong, T. 25 Woo, J. 41 Wowra, B. 73

INDEX

Tohamy, D. 96

Wróbel-Dudzińska, D. 74

Villegas, E. 109 Vinciguerra, P. 24, 34, 47, 70 Vinciguerra, R. 66, 86, 95 Virijevic, V. 117 Visco, D. 119 Visser, N. 51, 68, 75, 80, 87 Vizzari, G. 115

183


INDEX Y

Z

Yaguchi, S. 63, 140

Zacarias, F. 146

Yamane, S. 77

Zafa, A. 122

Yamazaki, K. 63

Zafar, A. 96, 133

Yanagimori, N. 67

Zaldivar, R. 43, 84

Yangzes, S. 78, 107

Zaluski, S. 128

Yap, Z. 140

Zeitz, O. 61

Yasar, M. 107

Zelenski, Y. 69

Yasar, T. 49

Zelnikova, M. 89

Yavorskiy, A. 74

Zemba, M. 49

Yela Delgado, R. 111

Zeng, Q. 117, 126

Yeo, T. 36, 46

Zetteberg, M. 35

Yeoh, R. 24, 39, 68, 140

Zhang, F. 88

Yesilirmak, N. 111, 130

Zhao, G. 107

Yildirim, Y. 123, 140

Zhao, Q. 95

Yilmazli, M. 122

Zhou, J. 109

Yoneda, P. 111

Zhou, W. 34

Yong, G. 109

Zhou, X. 71, 126

Yoo, S. 97

Ziaei, H. 108

Young, A. 107

Ziaei, M. 66, 140

Young, D. 47

Ziakas, N. 143

Youssef, A. 115

Ziiatdinova, O. 62

Yugay, M. 107

Zilfyan, A. 59

Yun, Y. 107

Zimina, T. 131

Yung, H. 122

Zirtiloglu, S. 111

Yusupov, A. 125

Zivkovic, M. 107

Yvon, C. 26, 96, 140

Zoric Geber, M. 122 Žuljan, I. 109 Zumhagen, L. 41 Zuppardo, M. 127 Zwickl, H. 131

INDEX

Zygoura, V. 14, 41

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