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Maastricht 2017 21ST ESCRS WINTER MEETING

The Netherlands 10–12 February

Programme

In conjunction with the Netherlands Intra Ocular Implant Club & the Belgian Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons


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CONTENTS Board & Committees

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Welcome from the President 

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Programme Overview

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Surgical Skills Training Courses

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Scientific Programme – Friday

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Scientific Programme – Saturday 

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Scientific Programme – Sunday 

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ePoster Presentations 

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General Information 

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EuroTimes Satellite Education Programme 

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Congress Centre Map

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List of Exhibitors & Exhibiton Map

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Sponsors36

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ESCRS BOARD & COMMITTEES President

Education Committee

David Spalton UK

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

President Elect Beatrice Cochener FRANCE

Secretary Oliver Findl AUSTRIA

Treasurer Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

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

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

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

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Programme Committee David Spalton UK (CHAIRPERSON) Sava Barisic SERBIA Roberto Bellucci ITALY Beatrice Cochener FRANCE Dan Epstein SWITZERLAND Oliver Findl AUSTRIA José Güell SPAIN Vikentia Katsanevaki GREECE 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) Massimo Busin ITALY José Güell SPAIN Boris Malyugin RUSSIA Wolfgang Mayer GERMANY Merce Morral SPAIN Emanuel Rosen UK Paul Rosen UK Sathish Srinivasan UK

Research Committee 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

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

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

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

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

Young Ophthalmologists Committee Oliver Findl AUSTRIA (CHAIRPERSON) Vasilios Diakonis GREECE Andrey Golovin RUSSIA Carlos Lisa SPAIN 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


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,

The Netherlands is a country with a particularly important place in cataract and implant surgery, as without the pioneering work of Cornelius Binkhorst intraocular lens implants may never have got off the ground, and so it is a particular pleasure to welcome you on behalf of the ESCRS Board to Maastricht for the 21st ESCRS Winter Meeting. We are very pleased to be joining our colleagues from the Netherlands Intra Ocular Implant Club and the Belgian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons for this important event. The scientific programme continues to include an extended didactic programme, with courses in Basic Optics, Cataract, Refractive Surgery and Cornea. We are also continuing our Young Ophthalmologists Programme on Friday morning, which proved such a success in recent years. We hope these courses will offer a valuable opportunity for residents and those in training to gain a deeper understanding of the basics of the different sub-specialties. The programme also includes four main symposia, free paper sessions, moderated poster sessions, eposter presentations and a range of surgical skills training courses. The Annual Cornea Day on Friday has been organised once again in conjunction with EuCornea and we would like to thank them for their continued participation in the Meeting. The live surgery session on Saturday afternoon has been organised by Rudy Nuijts and his colleagues at the Maastricht University Medical Centre. The Sunday morning symposium on ‘Contributions of the “Low Countries” to Ophthalmology’ has been organised by the Netherlands Intra Ocular Implant Club and the Belgian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons. I would like to thank everyone involved for their contribution to the scientific programme. With so much on offer, it will be impossible to attend every session. However, if you log on to the Education Portal on the ESCRS website, you can access the sessions and didactic courses on ESCRS On Demand and ESCRS iLearn, as well as discover a wide range of video content and other materials. This year there are two new extremely important initiatives to draw your attention to. Applications are invited for the ESCRS Peter Barry Fellowship, which is an award of 50,000 Euros for a trainee to study in a centre of excellence for one year. The deadline for applications is 1 May 2017. The other notable initiative is the super specialist EBO-ESCRS examination in cataract and refractive surgery (FEBOS-CR) being held for the first time in Lisbon in September, which will set a new standard of excellence in our specialty. Further details of both are available on the ESCRS website. I hope you find the Meeting beneficial and rewarding, and that you enjoy your time in Maastricht.

Yours sincerely,

David Spalton President, ESCRS

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW Friday 08.00

Auditorium 1

Auditorium 2

Brussels 0.4

09.00 P.9

10.00

P.10

11.00 12.00 13.00 14.00

Young Ophthalmologists Programme

Poster Area

P.7

P.12

Free Paper Session Refractive

Basic Optics Course P.13

Organised in conjunction with EuCornea

Moderated Poster Session P.13

Cataract Surgery Didactic Course Part 1

16.00 17.00

19.00

P.8

Free Paper Session Cornea

Cornea Day

15.00

18.00

Paris 0.5

Symposium

P.14

Refractive Surgery Didactic Course Part 1

P.14

Corneal Cross-Linking Update

Saturday 08.00

11.00 12.00 13.00

Brussels 0.4 P.16

09.00 10.00

Auditorium 2

Auditorium 1

P.15

16.00 17.00 18.00

Poster Area P.17

P.17

Free Paper Session Cataract

Symposium

Cataract Surgery Didactic Course Part 2

Refractive Surgery Didactic Course Part 2 Cornea Didactic Course

P.18

Long-term Complications of Refractive Surgery

P.19

14.00 15.00

Paris 0.5

Moderated Poster Session P.19

Live/Near Live Surgery Organised by the NIOIC

Symposium P.20 Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) for Cataract Surgeons

Sunday 08.00

Auditorium 2

09.00 10.00 11.00 12.00 13.00

Symposium

P.21

Symposium

P.21

The Usual Suspects: How to Handle Your First Complications

Organised by the NIOIC/BSCRS Contributions of the ‘Low Countries’ to Ophthalmology

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SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING COURSES Location: Level 0, Room 0.1 and Room 0.2 Cost per course: €100 (plus VAT) Tickets must be purchased in advance at the Registration Desk

Course No.

Time

Course

Capacity

Friday 10 February Wetlab Room 1

1

08.30 – 10.15

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

2

10.30 – 11.30

Artisan Phakic IOL

8

3

12.00 – 14.00

Lens Explantation

8

4

15.00 – 18.00

Modern MIGS Techniques

18

Wetlab Room 2

5

08.30 – 10.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

6

11.00 – 13.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

7

13.00 – 15.00

Posterior Capsulorhexis ‘Bag in Lens’

16

8

16.15 – 18.15

Intraocular & Transcleral Suturing

8

9

18.30 – 20.00

Ferrara Rings

16

Saturday 11 February Wetlab Room 1

10

08.00 – 09.45

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

11

10.00 – 11.45

Basic Suturing Techniques

8

12

12.00 – 13.00

Artisan Phakic IOL

8

13

14.00 – 15.30

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK

16

15

18.30 – 20.00

INTACS

16

Wetlab Room 2

16

08.00 – 10.00

Intraocular & Transcleral Suturing

8

17

10.15 – 11.45

Phaco: Management of Complications

8

18

12.15 – 13.45

Phaco: Management of Complications

8

19

14.45 – 16.15

Micro-Incision Phaco

8

20

16.45 – 18.15

Micro-Incision Phaco

8

Wetlab Room 1

21

08.00 – 09.30

LASIK

8

22

09.45 – 11.15

LASIK

8

23

11.30 – 13.00

LASIK

8

Wetlab Room 2

24

08.00 – 10.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

25

10.30 – 12.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

8

Sunday 12 February

Faculty

Course No.

Course No.

F. Akata TURKEY23 A. Amisano ITALY 19, 20 B. Aslan TURKEY 17, 24 A. Barbara SPAIN15 S. Barisic SERBIA3 H. Beckers THE NETHERLANDS4 A. Crnej SLOVENIA3 I. Dekaris CROATIA 5, 6 V. Derhartunian AUSTRIA21 K. Ditzen GERMANY22 D. Epstein SWITZERLAND13 B. Frueh SWITZERLAND1 Z. Khoueir LEBANON4

B. Little UK3 S. Manning IRELAND10 J. Merayo Lloves SPAIN9 M. Morral SPAIN12 S. Morselli ITALY 19, 20 E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND11 S. Ni Dhubhghaill IRELAND7 V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA8 M. Piovella ITALY18 N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS16 M. Severinsen DENMARK25 M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM7 N. Trap THE NETHERLANDS2

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FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY 08.30 – 16.00

EBO Accredited see page 28

BASIC OPTICS COURSE Paris 0.5

Chairpersons: I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

Part I. Visual Optics

Part II. Visual Behaviour (Visual Function)

Moderators:

Moderators:

I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

R. Applegate USA I. Pallikaris GREECE

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

10.40

Discussion

Discussion

08.50 S. Marcos SPAIN Aberrations of the optical system

11.00

I. Pallikaris GREECE Presbyoptics

Discussion

Discussion

09.15

11.20

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

R. Navarro Belsué SPAIN Optics of the crystalline lens and accommodative response

R. Applegate USA Retinal image quality

Discussion

Discussion

09.35

11.40

T. Coeckelbergh BELGIUM State-of-the-art assessment of visual acuity and contrast sensitivity

12.05

P. Artal SPAIN Visual function assessment using adaptive optics

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM IOL optics

Discussion 09.55

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

Discussion 10.15

W. Haigis GERMANY IOL power calculation

Discussion

Discussion 12.25

H. Ginis GREECE Modelling visual function

Discussion 12.45 Break

Part III. Imaging the Human Eye Moderators: 14.15

B. Malyugin RUSSIA A. Pallikaris GREECE

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

Discussion 14.35

C. Roberts USA Measuring the biomechanics of the cornea

Discussion 14.55

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

Discussion 15.15

D. Gatinel FRANCE Corneal topography challenges

15.40 Discussion 16.00

End of session

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FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY 08.30 – 10.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cornea Brussels 0.4 Chairperson:

J. Hjortdal DENMARK

Moderators:

H. Ginis GREECE N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS

08.30 S. Lee, C. Cho SOUTH KOREA An 18-year review of pseudomonas keratitis: clinical characteristics, antibiotic susceptibility and treatment outcome 08.36

S. Parreira, S. Barros, A. Miranda, F. Freitas, J. Diogo PORTUGAL Types and drug susceptibility patterns of bacterial isolates from eye discharge samples: a retrospective analysis of 12-years’ experience at Garcia de Orta Hospital in Portugal

08.42 Discussion 08.48 Y. Koçluk, E. Alyamac Sukgen TURKEY Comparison of two surgical procedures for preventing Descemet’s membrane (DM) rupture in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK) 08.54 A. Dogan, C. Gurdal TURKEY Does dry eye affect reliability of corneal topography measurements? 09.00 H. Ginis, P. Koutsogianannakopoulou, P. Zafirakis, C. Katsoulos, G. Livir-Rallatos GREECE Mapping mechanical stress in the ectatic cornea 09.06 M. Shajari, I. Pavlovic, G. Sowwa, G. Al Khateeb, P. Rafiezadeh, T. Kohnen, G. Steinwender GERMANY Keratoconus progression evaluation 09.12

D. Godefrooij, M.J. Mangen, E. Chan, D. O'Brart, S. Imhof, A. de Wit, R. Wisse THE NETHERLANDS Cost-effectiveness of corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus

09.18 Discussion 09.24

N. Buyuktortop Gokcinar, N. Ornek, E. Yumusak, S. Yorubulut, Z. Onaran TURKEY Intra-examiner repeatability and agreement of central corneal thickness measurements by four different optical devices and an ultrasound pachymeter

09.30

L. Ham, J. Peraza-Nieves, L. Baydoun, T. Muller, I. Dapena, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Influence of air tamponade time on graft adherence after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty

09.36

R. Quilendrino, I. Dapena, L. Baydoun, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Advanced Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) for complex endothelial disorders

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09.42 V. Zygoura, I. Lavy, R. Verdijk, M. Bruinsma, S. Oellerich, P. Binder, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Post-mortem corneal endothelial survival after sex-mismatch Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) 09.48 E. De Clerck, J. Schouten, T. Berendschot, R. Nuijts, M. Schram, C. Stehouwer, C. Webers THE NETHERLANDS Reduced corneal nerve fiber length in pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes: The Maastricht Study 09.54 Discussion 10.00 End of session


FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY 09.00 – 12.30

YOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS PROGRAMME Learning from the Learners: Interactive Session on Cataract Surgery for Trainees Auditorium 2 Moderators:

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

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

Learning from the Learners: One of My First Operations

Video authors: A. Amisano ITALY, M. Guirao SPAIN, K. Knutsson ITALY, J. Panthagani UK, L. Ricker THE NETHERLANDS

Video cases submitted by young ophthalmologists

Discussion 10.30 Break 10.45

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

Discussion 11.00

Learning from the Learners: Tackling More Risky Cases

Video cases submitted by young ophthalmologists

Video authors: N. Bhuta INDIA, P. Chaturvedi INDIA, A. Dulaimi THE NETHERLANDS, N. Gandhi INDIA, A. den Hartogh THE NETHERLANDS, L. Ricker THE NETHERLANDS, K. Theodoraki UK, E. Torres Netto BRAZIL, A. Zemitis LATIVA

Discussion 12.15

Roundtable: summary

12.30

End of session

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FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY 09.30 – 16.30

ESCRS/EUCORNEA CORNEA DAY Auditorium 1

Chairpersons: J. Güell SPAIN (EUCORNEA) R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS (ESCRS)

09.30 – 11.00

11.00 – 12.30

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

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

Moderators:

B. Cochener FRANCE C. Koppen BELGIUM

Keynote Speaker 09.30

New biomarkers in dry eye management

Case Presentations 09.50 M. Yakin TURKEY Topical anesthetic abuse leading to toxic keratopathy 09.56

M. Bartels THE NETHERLANDS Severe chemical injury by rocket firework

10.02 Discussion 10.05

N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS Clinical experience with amniotic membrane bandage contact lens in the treatment of neurotrophic epithelial defects

10.11

S. Almagro Sotelo SPAIN CACICOL: a new hope in medical treatment – a case report

10.17

S. Parreira PORTUGAL Topical application of a regenerative agent for the treatment of persistent epithelial defects after penetrating keratoplasty

10.23 Discussion 10.26

10.32

C. Bonzano ITALY A case of neurotrophic keratopathy concomitant to brain metastasis

J. Behaegel BELGIUM Allogenic cultivated limbal stem cell transplantation in a bilateral ocular burn

10.54

R. Hristova BULGARIA Cultured limbal stem cells as treatment for neurotrophic ulcers

11.00

End of session

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M. Busin ITALY R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Keynote Speaker 11.00

M. Busin ITALY How to manage progressive endothelial cell loss following refractive surgery

Case Presentations 11.20

A. Sherif EGYPT I lost my cap!!

11.27

I. Vasilyeva RUSSIA The clinical case of successful surgical treatment of traumatic avulsion of corneal flap after FemtoLASIK

11.34

V. Zygoura EGYPT LASIK-flap loosening due to Fuchs endothelial dystrophy reversed by Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty

11.41 Discussion 11.51

M. Abdalla INDONESIA Femto-assisted ICRs for post-keratoplasty irregular astigmatism

11.58

S. Siregar THE NETHERLANDS 360 tectonic annular DALK for keratoglobus with perforation

12.05

V. Webers THE NETHERLANDS Post radial keratotomy IOL power determination: preoperative calculations vs intraoperative wavefront aberrometry

12.12

I. Saelens THE NETHERLANDS Secondary glaucoma and pupillary membrane after an inverse implanted Rayner Sulcoflex lens

12.19

Discussion

12.30

End of session

R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Topical bevacizumab treatment in familial aniridia

10.38 Discussion 10.48

Moderators:


FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY

13.30 – 15.00

15.00 – 16.30

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

Section 4: Infectious Keratitis (ESCRS)

Moderators:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND J. Güell SPAIN

Keynote Speaker 13.30

Y. Cheng THE NETHERLANDS The role of femtosecond laser in lamellar corneal surgery

Case Presentations 13.50

R. Quilendrino THE NETHERLANDS Case report of quarter–Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty for Fuchs endothelial dystrophy

13.56

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Descemet's membrane glued to the iris during DMEK

14.02

L. Baydoun THE NETHERLANDS 10 years after the first Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty surgery: what did we do then and how do we do it now?

Moderators:

Keynote Speaker 15.00

14.19

R. Bellucci ITALY Open sky iridoplasty for Urrets-Zavalia syndrome M. Sena BRAZIL LenSx DALK (“Sena’s Technique”): an easier way to get the bubble

M. Burton UK Diagnosis and medical management of fungal keratitis

Case Presentations 15.20

N. Santana THE NETHERLANDS Scleromalacia in granulomatosis with polyangiitis (GPA)

15.27

N. Bhuta INDIA A case of lid pathology playing the underlying culprit in infectious keratitis

15.34

V. Ravera ITALY An anomalous case of infectious crystalline keratopathy

15.41

R. Wijdh THE NETHERLANDS An aggressive microbial keratitis in a young monocular female

14.08 Discussion 14.13

M. Burton UK B. Cochener FRANCE

15.48 Discussion 16.02

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Uncharacteristic acanthamoebic keratitis: case report

16.09

A. Dogan TURKEY Unilateral painful eye with corneal cysts in confocal microscopy: a case mimicking acanthamoeba H. Delbeke BELGIUM Posterior segment complications after bilateral acanthamoeba keratitis

14.25 Discussion 14.30

D. Anwar IRAQ Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty using blunt-tipped scissors (scissors DALK)

16.16

14.36

Y. Mohamed JAPAN First experience of nDASEK with head-up surgery

16.23 Discussion

14.42

M. Uematsu JAPAN Amniotic membrane transplantation with head-up surgery

14.48

J. Costa PORTUGAL Anterior chamber epithelial cyst following uneventful deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty

14.54

S. Nobacht THE NETHERLANDS Calcified gelatinous-like epithelial and anterior stromal dystrophy associated with ANKH gene mutation in siblings

15.00

End of session

16.30

End of session

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FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY 10.30 – 12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Refractive Brussels 0.4 Chairperson:

R. Bellucci ITALY

Moderators:

A. Behndig SWEDEN R. Lapid THE NETHERLANDS

10.30

F. Sousa Neves, L. Figueiredo, J. Costa, C. Santos, T. Pacheco, C. Arede, J. Sequeira PORTUGAL Long-term outcomes of Q-value-guided LASIK for high myopia: evaluation of higher order aberrations

11.48

10.36

M. Morral, D. Elies, F. Manero, J. Güell SPAIN LASIK-induced corneal aberrations measured with a point-source colour light-emitting diode (LED) topographer

11.54 Discussion

10.42

A. Behndig, A. Fredriksson SWEDEN Photorefractive intrastromal cross-linking (PiXL) for low grade myopia

10.48

M. Koc, K. Ozulken TURKEY Increase in corneal light backscatter could be the early sign of keratoconus?

10.54 Discussion

E. Chynn, J. Guo, T. Bakaeva USA Evaluation of efficacy and safety of mitomycin C application in laser-assisted subepithelial keratectomy (LASEK)

12.00

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

12.06

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

12.12

F. Doyle, C. Kirwan, M. O'Keeffe IRELAND Quality of life one year following phakic intraocular lens implantation for myopia

11.00

B. Cochener, E. Barragan, A. Chayet FRANCE Epithelial remodelling induced by a corneal hydrogel shape changing inlay

11.06

D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Impact of increased PTA values on visual outcomes one year after refractive lenticule extraction (ReLEx SMILE)

12.18

K. Gundersen, R. Potvin NORWAY Trifocal intraocular lenses: a comparison of the visual performance and quality of vision provided by two different lens designs

12.24

M. Abdalla, O. Ibrahim, M. Sabry, I. Ahmed EGYPT Five-year results of small incision lenticule extraction for low myopia under 3D

J. Thind, S. Mittal INDIA Short-term visual outcome of phakic intraocular presbyopic lens implantation

12.30

End of session

11.12

11.18

A. Gab-Alla EGYPT Refraction outcomes after suction loss during smallincision lenticule extraction (SMILE)

11.24 Discussion 11.30

A. Doga, S. Borzenok, I. Mushkova, A. Karimova, E. Kechin, A. Frolov RUSSIA Comparative 3D digital microscopy and optical coherence tomography study of the morphology of corneal flaps obtained with two different femtosecond lasers

11.36

M. Rau, F. Hehn GERMANY PresbyLASIK-isovision bilateral treatment

11.42

M. Bohac, M. Koncarevic, M. Anticic, A. Dukic, N. Gabric CROATIA Incidence and management of post LASIK ectasia

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FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY 13.00 – 14.00

14.30 – 17.00

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

CATARACT SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE

Cataract

Part 1

Poster Area Moderators:

R. Bellucci ITALY B. Cochener FRANCE

The moderators will present a summary of each poster for 1 minute, followed by 7 minutes discussion with the poster author and the audience. 13.00

L. Romanova, T. Kiseleva, O. Oganesyan, S. Milash, K. Lugovkina RUSSIA The refractive results of IOL power calculation in eyes with radial keratotomy and dense cataract

13.08

T. Kohnen, C. Cremonese, K. Petermann, P. Singh, I. Schmack, M. Shajari GERMANY Comparison of corneal curvature, anterior chamber depth and axial length measurements using three different devices

13.16

B. Cochener FRANCE Extended-range-of-vision IOL with ‘sweet spot’ for postoperative residual refractive errors

13.24

D. Borroni, M. Ferronato, A. Zemitis, E. Drucka, Z. Krumina, I. Lace, S. Sepetiene LATVIA The microphthalmic eye: cataract surgery and genetic evaluation

13.32

L. Hartmannova, R. Mach, J. Hlavacek CZECH REPUBLIC Intraocular straylight and contrast sensitivity in patients with bioanalogic intraocular lens

13.40

A. Bedei, L. Castellini ITALY Multifocal intraocular wavefront-designed IOLs: our experience

13.48

M. Fortunato, A. Di Zazzo, A. Turturo, S. Crugliano ITALY From pseudo-accommodative IOLs to femtosecond laser: a whole life dedicated to the development of cataract surgery in children

Auditorium 2 Chairpersons: R. Packard UK P. Rosen UK

In the Beginning..... 14.30

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

14.45 L. Benjamin UK Surgical simulation 15.00

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

The Ergonomics of Cataract Surgery

15.15

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

Biometry: Precision IOL Calculations

15.30

W. Haigis GERMANY - Principles - Technology - Formulae and pattern recognition calculators - Hill-RBF calculator - The importance of the ocular surface - Post refractive surgery calculations

The Capsule

15.50

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

Incisions: Creating the Perfect Wound

16.05

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

16.25

J. Vryghem BELGIUM Viscoelastics: creating space – protecting tissue

16.45

A. Kilic TURKEY Postoperative ametropia correction: laser refractive surgery

17.00

End of session

13.56 Discussion 14.00

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FRIDAY 10 FEBRUARY 14.45 – 17.00

EBO Accredited see page 28

REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE Part 1

17.00 – 18.30

SYMPOSIUM Corneal Cross-Linking Update Auditorium 1

Brussels 0.4 Moderators:

R. Bellucci ITALY D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

14.45

D. Siganos GREECE Patient selection and preoperative preparation

15.00

G. Kymionis GREECE Lasers in refractive surgery

15.15

C. Roberts USA Corneal topography and IOL power calculation

15.40

Chairpersons: D. Epstein SWITZERLAND J. Vryghem BELGIUM 17.00

L. Drolsum NORWAY The impact of cross-linking on corneal transplantation

17.10

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND Indications and long-term results in children

17.20 Discussion 17.30

R. Bellucci ITALY LASIK: surgical technique

F. Raiskup GERMANY The epi-on/epi-off controversy

17.40

16.00

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Surface ablation techniques

D. Touboul FRANCE Keratoconus progression rates

17.50

Discussion

16.20

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND Results of corneal refractive surgery

18.00

16.40

Case report and discussion

G. Kymionis GREECE Cross-linking combined with other surgical modalities

17.00

End of session

18.10

M. Dickman THE NETHERLANDS New modalities of cross-linking

18.20 Discussion 18.30

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SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY 08.00 – 16.15

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CORNEA DIDACTIC COURSE Brussels 0.4 08.00 J. Güell SPAIN Introduction

Clinical Cornea

Surgical Cornea

Moderators:

Moderator: R. Bellucci ITALY

08.05

B. Cochener FRANCE G. Kymionis GREECE

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

08.20 M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM Pathological responses of the cornea 08.30 J. Merayo-Lloves SPAIN Laboratory testing for ocular surface diseases 08.50 B. Cochener FRANCE Corneal imaging evaluation techniques 09.10

M. Morral SPAIN Non-infectious keratitis

D. Touboul FRANCE Penetrating keratoplasty: preoperative consideration, technique, postoperative management and complications

12.05

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

12.25

I. Saelens THE NETHERLANDS Management of postkeratopathy astigmatism

12.45 Break Moderators:

09.30 Break Moderators:

11.45

H. Møller DENMARK D. Touboul FRANCE

09.45 B. Frueh SWITZERLAND Infectious keratitis

G. Grabner AUSTRIA M. Morral SPAIN

14.15

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

14.35

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Conjunctival surgery

10.05

H. Møller DENMARK Corneal dystrophies

14.55

10.25

A. Behndig SWEDEN Ectasia disorders and degenerations

M. Busin ITALY Endothelial transplantation: up-to-date

15.15

10.45

T. Fuchsluger GERMANY Dry-eye and ocular surface disease

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Limbal transplantation and keratoprosthesis

15.35

11.05

U. Pleyer GERMANY Immunological disorders of the cornea

J. Güell SPAIN Amniotic membrane

15.55

Surgical case report

11.25

Clinical case report

11.35 Discussion

16.05 Discussion 16.15

End of session

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SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY 08.00 – 12.30

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

Next Steps.....

New Age Phaco Dynamics

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

Managing the Nucleus

08.30 R. Packard UK - Divide and conquer - White/hard cataracts

Complications and Complex Cases: Advanced Phaco Techniques

08.50 B. Malyugin RUSSIA, R. Packard UK, P. Rosen UK, I. Dekaris CROATIA - Small pupils and IFIS - Short vs long eyes - Subluxed crystalline and pseudophakic lenses - Vitreous loss/PC tear - Dropped nucleus - Intraocular lenses with no capsule 10.00 Break

Femtosecond Lasers and Cataract Surgery

10.20

Z. Nagy HUNGARY - How does it work - What will it do - Results

10.40

F. Hengerer GERMANY Femto phaco for complex cases

Presbyopia Correction with Intraocular Lenses

11.00

O. Findl AUSTRIA - Monovision - Bifocal - Multifocal

Intraocular Lens Design

11.20

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

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Intraoperative Correction of Astigmatism: Toric Intraocular Lenses

11.40

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

11.55

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Intraoperative correction of astigmatism: laser and knife incisions

12.10

M. Amon AUSTRIA Supplementary lenses

12.20 Wrap-up 12.30

End of session


SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY 08.00 – 12.30

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REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE Part 2 G. Grabner AUSTRIA C. Roberts USA

08.00 T. Kohnen GERMANY Incisional and coagulative corneal procedures: principles, technique and results 08.10

FREE PAPER SESSION Cataract Auditorium 1

Paris 0.5 Moderators:

08.30 – 11.00

M. Morral SPAIN Overview of microkeratomes

Chairperson:

M. Piovella ITALY

Moderators:

Y. Henry THE NETHERLANDS T. Kohnen GERMANY

08.30 P. Hoffmann GERMANY 4 years of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery 08.36

08.30 D. Touboul FRANCE Intrastromal corneal implants

T. Kohnen, L. Mathys, K. Petermann, E. Herrmann, W. Mayer, M. Shajari GERMANY Update on the comparison of femtosecond laserassisted lens surgery to conventional cataract surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis

09.00 A. Marinho PORTUGAL Overview of phakic IOLs

08.42 A. Osinga, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Femtosecond laser-assisted implantation of toric MIOL based on automated corneal shape analysis in comparison with a manual technique

09.20

O. Findl AUSTRIA Multifocal IOLs

08.48 Discussion

09.30

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Presbyopia

08.40 P. Rosen UK Refractive lens exchange

09.50 R. Applegate USA Quality of vision evaluation 10.10

C. Roberts USA Biomechanics of the cornea

10.30

J. Güell SPAIN Refractive reoperations and enhancements

10.50

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Complications of phakic IOLs

11.10 Discussion Moderators:

09.00 A. Saeed, A. Fayed, H. El-Hussieny EGYPT Ultrasonic biomicroscopy assessment of implanted intraocular lenses in high myopic eyes 09.06 D. Spalton, N. Tiwari, K. Venkateswaran, Y. So UK In-vitro halo and glare visual disturbance modelling for refractive, diffractive and extended-depth-offocus IOLs 09.12

V. Webers, N. Visser, N. Bauer, I. Saelens, H. Beckers, C. Webers, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Unexpected residual astigmatism occurrence and management after toric intraocular lens (IOL) implantation: a 3 year cohort study

09.18

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

09.24

P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY New refractive optical MIOL concepts: comparison of different optical systems

09.30

E. Mrukwa-Kominek, P. Stala, S. Wagner, A. Urgacz-Lechowicz, K. Jadczyk-Sorek, M. Sarnat-Kucharczyk POLAND Long-term functional results and patient satisfaction following implantation of the M-flex 630F multifocal intraocular lens

09.36

N. Hirnschall, R. Henson, J. Vincencio, A. Angeles, O. Findl, A. Phillips AUSTRIA Evaluation of a novel accommodating silicone IOL concept: pharmacologically-induced effect 20 months after implantation

V. Katsanevaki GREECE C. Roberts USA

11.15

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

11.40

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

12.10

Case report and discussion

12.30

End of session

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SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY 09.42 Discussion

11.30 – 13.00

09.48 F. Carones, L. Vigo ITALY The impact of astigmatism on visual acuity and quality of vision in eyes implanted with presbyopiacorrecting IOLs

SYMPOSIUM

09.54 N. Makhotkina, V. Dugrain, T. Berendschot, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Effect of implanting a Sulcoflex IOL in patients with negative dysphotopsia: comparison between clinical results, biometrical data and results of optical modelling 10.00

10.06

10.12

10.18

A. Guay, B. Des Marchais, M.J. Fredette, R. Verreault CANADA Effect of vitreous and vitrectomy combined to cataract surgery on posterior capsular opacification and development of complications secondary to Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy J. Costa, P. Ramos, M. Marques, J. Henriques, J. Povoa, C. Lobo, J. Murta PORTUGAL Large-scale opacification of a hydrophilic/ hydrophobic intraocular lens

Auditorium 1 Chairpersons: A. Behndig SWEDEN R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS 11.30

T. Kohnen GERMANY Surprises after corneal laser refractive surgery

11.40

B. Cochener FRANCE Corneal implants: are they forever?

11.50 Discussion 12.00

G. Luyten THE NETHERLANDS Phakic IOLs: how long will patients remain phakic?

12.10

O. Findl AUSTRIA Refractive lens exchange: as time goes by

L. Wielders, J. Schouten, M. Aberle, F. van den Biggelaar, B. Winkens, R. Simons, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Treatment of cystoid macular edema after cataract surgery: a systematic review

12.20 Discussion 12.30

J. Güell SPAIN How to reduce refractive surgery complications in the future

B. Johansson SWEDEN Comparison of the outcomes with two protocols for inflammatory control after phacoemulsification surgery: a comparative clinical population-based follow-up study

12.40

C. Klaver THE NETHERLANDS Alternative treatments: how to avoid surgery in myopia

10.24 Discussion 10.30

R. Haughney, J. Sniatecki, S. Srinivasan UK Efficacy and safety of the first commercially available intracameral mydriatic and anaesthetic during cataract surgery

10.36

S. Amir-Asgari, K. Stepanjek, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Anterior capsule rhexis flap as endothelial protection shield: a novel technique

10.42

P. Zakharov, A. Cummings, B. Pajic, M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND Wearable sensor system for vision-related behaviour evaluation: initial testing

10.48

A. Borkenstein, E. Borkenstein AUSTRIA MAGS: magnifying surgery - arising of a new special field in cataract surgery

10.54

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

11.00

End of session

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Long-term Complications of Refractive Surgery

12.50 Discussion 13.00

End of session


SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY 13.00 – 14.15

14.00 – 16.00

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

LIVE/NEAR LIVE SURGERY

Miscellaneous

Organised by the Netherlands Intra Ocular Implant Club Transmitted from the Maastricht University Medical Center

Poster Area Moderators:

V. Katsanevaki GREECE S. Morselli ITALY

The moderators will present a summary of each poster for 1 minute, followed by 7 minutes discussion with the poster author and the audience. 13.00

R. Blizzard, J. van der Hoek UK Pseudophakic and phakic XEN gel stent implantation: early outcome data

13.08

M. Berlin, V. Roka, M. Toeteberg-Harms, L. Kleineberg, M. Riggs, R. Stodtmeister, U. Giers GERMANY Excimer laser trabeculostomy (ELT), a laser-based MIGS procedure with no implants, enables consistent intraocular pressure-lowering in glaucoma patients over 8 years, both stand-alone and combined with phacoemulsification

13.16

13.24

13.32

J. Brekelmans, A. Goz, A. Brandis, M. Dickman, R. Nuijts, A. Scherz, A. Marcovich THE NETHERLANDS 1, 4 and 8 months follow-up of biomechanical efficacy and keratocyte repopulation after corneal stiffening by WST-D and near infra-red (NIR) illumination in rabbits L. Ham, R. Quilendrino, I. Dapena, L. Baydoun, S. Oellerich, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Longer-term results of Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK): 4 to 7 years clinical outcome R. Simons, M. Dickman, F. van den Biggelaar, C. Dirksen, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Trial-based cost-effectiveness analysis of ultrathin Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (UT-DSAEK) vs DSAEK

13.40

L. Baydoun, E. Fernandez, N. Gerber-Hollbach, L. Ham, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Re-bubbling for graft detachment after Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty: technique and clinical outcome

13.48

M. Shajari, I. Pavlovic, E. Herrmann, I. Schmack, A. Lencova, T. Kohnen GERMANY Meta-analysis of post-operative outcome parameters comparing Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) vs Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK)

13.56

A. Frings, E. Intert, J. Steinberg, V. Druchkiv, S. Linke, T. Katz GERMANY Retreatment after hyperopic LASIK: does outcome justify second surgery?

14.04

P. Hoffmann, M. Abraham GERMANY Posterior surface corrected keratometry: comparison of Barrett calculator with other methods

Auditorium 1 Surgical Theatre Moderators: R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS C. Webers THE NETHERLANDS Chairpersons:

H. Beckers THE NETHERLANDS O. Findl AUSTRIA Y. Henry THE NETHERLANDS M. Joosse THE NETHERLANDS R. Lapid THE NETHERLANDS K. Tjia THE NETHERLANDS K. Vannas FINLAND

Live Surgery DMEK (intraoperative OCT Rescan) Surgeon: J. Güell SPAIN Near Live Surgery FLACS with PanOptix Toric IOL and intraoperative aberrometry (VERION/ORA) Surgeon: R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Live Surgery MIGS (XEN Stent) in combination with cataract surgery Surgeon: J. Blanckaert BELGIUM Live Surgery Cataract surgery with Malyugin Ring 2.0 in a narrow pupil Surgeon: B. Malyugin RUSSIA Live Surgery Cataract surgery with CALLISTO eye and implantation of an EDOF Symfony Toric IOL Surgeon: N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Near Live Surgery FLACS with FEMTIS capsulotomy fixated IOL Surgeon: R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

14.12 Discussion 14.15

End of session

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SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY 16.30 – 18.00

SYMPOSIUM Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery (MIGS) for Cataract Surgeons Auditorium 1 Chairpersons: M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM C. Webers THE NETHERLANDS 16.30

H. Beckers THE NETHERLANDS Systematic review of MIGS outcomes

16.40

K. Barton UK Indications and techniques for combined cataract and MIGS

16.50 Discussion 17.00

I. Stalmans BELGIUM Ab interno subconjunctival MIGS

17.10

J. Garcia Feijoo SPAIN Ab externo subconjunctival MIGS

17.20 Discussion 17.30

S. Gandolfi ITALY Non-filtering MIGS techniques

17.40

T. Shaarawy SWITZERLAND Future perspectives in combined cataract and glaucoma surgery

17.50 Discussion 18.00 End of session

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SUNDAY 12 FEBRUARY 09.00 – 10.30

11.00 – 13.00

SYMPOSIUM

SYMPOSIUM

Organised by the Young Ophthalmologists Committee

The Usual Suspects: How to Handle Your First Complications Auditorium 2 Chairpersons: M. Severinsen DENMARK N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS Panellists:

O. Findl AUSTRIA J. Güell SPAIN R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS K. Vannas FINLAND

Organised by the Netherlands Intra Ocular Implant Club and the Belgian Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons

Contributions of the ‘Low Countries’ to Ophthalmology Auditorium 2 Chairpersons: J. Blanckaert BELGIUM R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS 11.00

F. Van de Velde BELGIUM The role of the ‘Low Countries’ in the field of physiological optics

Capsular Issues

11.12

09.00 A. Panico ITALY Rhexis running out

T. Van den Berg THE NETHERLANDS Clinical applications of ocular straylight

11.24

L. Baydoun THE NETHERLANDS Endothelial keratoplasty

11.36

N. Zakaria BELGIUM Regenerative medicine of the cornea

09.10

C. Pedrosa PORTUGAL Posterior rupture

09.20 Discussion

Different IOLs and Insertion Techniques 09.30

S. Palkovits AUSTRIA IOL types

09.40 S. Barišić SERBIA Inserting the IOL 09.50 Discussion

The Vitreous 10.00 C. Lisa SPAIN The invisible vitreous 10.10

L. Ricker THE NETHERLANDS Vitreous entrapped in the main incision/anterior vitrectomy

10.20

Discussion

10.30

End of session

11.48 Discussion 12.00

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Iris fixated IOLs

12.12

S. Koopmans THE NETHERLANDS Lens bag refilling

12.24

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM Bag-in-the-lens and solving PCO

12.36

J. Blanckaert BELGIUM Restoration of accommodation in presbyopic patients

12.48 Discussion 13.00

End of session

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ePOSTER PRESENTATIONS POSTER AREA All posters can be viewed on the terminals in the Poster Area. Moderated Poster Sessions Friday 13.00 – 14.00 Saturday 13.00 – 14.15

Poster Awards A prize of €1000 is awarded to the best Cataract and Refractive ePoster presentations of the Meeting. ePoster presentations are judged by an international panel according to the following criteria: – Originality – Scientific Quality – Relevance to Clinical Practice – Presentation The prizes will be awarded at 11.25 on Saturday 11 February immediately prior to the Symposium in Auditorium 1. In order to receive the prize, the poster presenters must be present.

Cataract M. Afifi EGYPT Modified new technique for scleral fixation of foldable intraocular lens with new modified haptic support without sclera flaps T. Agarwal, P. Bandivadekar, S. Kumar, N. Aron, N. Sharma, S. Khokhar INDIA Comparison of IOLMaster 500 and Lenstar 900 for IOL power calculation in paediatric cataract surgery G. Aliyeva AZERBAIJAN Prevention of intraoperative miosis and post-cataract macular edema by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory eye drops E. Alyamaç Sukgen, Y. Kocluk TURKEY Effect of pseudoexfoliation syndrome on biochemical characteristics of aqueous humour M. Anbar, M. Maged, K. Mohamed, H. Ammar EGYPT Visual and refractive outcomes in manual small incision cataract surgery vs phacoemulsification H. Atalay, A. Ucgul, U. Ozel Turkcu, M. Ozmen, N. Yilmaz, A. Bilgihan TURKEY Prevention of selenite-induced cataractogenesis by sildenafil in rats B. Babayeva, L. Bilandarli, S. Mammadov AZERBAIJAN Our experience of multifocal lens implantation in myopic eye with unusual geometry N. Bhuta, R. Pande, S. Mohod Harne INDIA Visual outcome of difficult cataract surgeries in a tertiary care centre in India

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A. Bova, T. Candian, S. Rinaldi, D. Tognetto ITALY Intraocular pressure during femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery using two different patient interface devices: soft lens assisted interface (SoftFit) and liquid optic interface 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 Y. Burkhanov, E. Usubov, M. Absalyamov, O. Orenburkina RUSSIA Anterior chamber tamponade methods during femtolaserassisted surgery of complicated cataract T. Candian, A. Bova, S. Rinaldi, D. Tognetto ITALY Capsulorhexis in femtolaser age: a comparison between quality and safety U. Celik, B. Celik, S. Sevim TURKEY The effect of 1.4% sodium hyaluronate (Bio-Hyalur Plus) viscoelastic device on corneal endothelium after uneventful phacoemulsification surgery S. Cetinkaya TURKEY Comparison of efficacy and safety of dorzolamide: timolol maleate combination with oral acetazolamide for prevention of intraocular pressure rise following phacoemulsification surgery S. Cetinkaya TURKEY Phacoemulsification in eyes with white mature cataract M. Chou, C. Papandreou, M. Arjunan, T. Nixon, A. Singh UK Current practice in antibiotic prophylaxis of postoperative endophthalmitis in cataract surgery, East of England A. Delaney, M. Khan, A. Callear UK Is the rate of posterior capsular opacification influenced by the routine use of intracameral lidocaine during phacoemulsification cataract surgery? A retrospective cohort study M. Dimitry, M. Islam, E. Ansari UK Posterior capsulotomy rate and dysphotopsias following implantation of Hoya iSert 250 monofocal intraocular lens: 18 month questionnaire-based study M. Dvali, N. Tsintsadze, B. Sirbiladze, L. Vardnashvili GEORGIA Pseudo-accommodative IOLs for pseudophakic presbyopia Ē. Elksnis, G. Laganovska, I. Lace LATVIA Tear osmolarity before and after cataract surgery J. Fajardo Sanchez, C. Chau Ramos, C. Colliga SPAIN Comparison of macular thickness analysis secondary to SICS and phacoemulsification technique: a prospective study W. Gan UK How are we doing for post-cataract surgery refractive outcome? S. Garcia Delpech, A. Hervas, R. Diaz, E. Sanz, P. Udaondo, D. Salom, A. Cisneros SPAIN Application of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in special cases F. Gerbrandy THE NETHERLANDS Vitreous floaters, clinical pearls for the refractive surgeon M. Gerl, F. Kretz, M. Mueller GERMANY Comparison of the results of trifocal IOL and low add bifocal IOL one year after implantation


ePOSTER PRESENTATIONS E. Ghyczy-Carlborg, O. Goslings, R. Lapid-Gortzak, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Unilateral implantation of an extended range multifocal IOL in a 25 year old cataract patient

C. Lyons, E. McElnea, F. Kinsella IRELAND A case series of four siblings with Werner syndrome post phacoemulsification

H. Ginis, C. Katsoulos, P. Zafirakis, G. Livir-Rallatos GREECE The problem of lost refraction in customised ray tracing for IOL calculation

A. Martins, A. Silva, J. Marques, A. Rosa, C. Tavares, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL IOL calculation and refractive results of cataract surgery after topography-guided laser

C. Gunasekera, A. Mukherjee, J. Patel UK Treatment of haemorrhagic occlusive retinal vasculitis with aflibercept

A. Meduri, G. Signorino, M. Urso, C. Mazzotta, M. Rechichi, P. Aragona ITALY Cataract surgery on post radial keratotomy patients

T. Herbst, D. Holland, J. Foerster GERMANY Health care in rural vs urban regions: are there differences in pre-, intra- and postoperative quality of care

R. Mirchia, K. Mirchia, A. Kumar, S. Pahwa INDIA Femtosecond laser capsulotomy and manual continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis parameters and their effects on multifocal intraocular lens centration

A. Hervas, S. Garcia Delpech, R. Diaz, E. Sanz, P. Udaondo, D. Salom, A. Cisneros SPAIN Application of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in special cases: taking the surgery to the next level D. Holland GERMANY Clinical results after implantation of a EDOF IOL (Lentis Comfort, LS13-MF15, Oculentis) with a near addition of 1,5 dpt in 66 eyes with a follow-up of three months S. Hübsch, 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) S. Hübsch, 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. Kahraman, M. Amon, B. Wetzel, C. Bernhart AUSTRIA Comparison of optical performance and patient satisfaction with an extended-range-of-vision IOL and a trifocal IOL: a randomised prospective study M. Khan, I. Ahmed CANADA Multicenter evaluation of patients bilaterally implanted with the Tecnis Toric 1-piece intraocular lens T. Khanam UK Outcome of conservative treatment vs intraoperative air descemetopexy for inadvertent localised Descemet's membrane detachment during phacoemulsification surgery A. Koçak Altıntaş, C. Ilhan TURKEY Evaluation of cumulative dissipated energy difference in eyes with zonular weakness and normal subjects F. Kretz, M. Mueller, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, G. Auffarth, M. Gerl GERMANY Evaluation of a preloaded, aspheric and hydrophobic intraocular lens (IOL) platform for implantation without the use of OVD F. Kretz, M. Gerl, M. Muller, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, G. Auffarth GERMANY Long-term outcomes with a trifocal multifocal intraocular lens with and without a toric component

R. Nuijts, R. Mencucci, C. Olmiere, A. Behndig THE NETHERLANDS Good ocular tolerance in rabbits after intracameral administration of Mydrane®, a fixed combination of tropicamide, phenylephrine and lidocaine S. Parreira, S. Barros, A. Miranda, F. Freitas, N. Campos PORTUGAL Is topical anesthesia sufficient in cataract surgery? Possible factors that may influence the perceived pain during cataract surgery K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, A. Cherkashina, A. Tsygankov RUSSIA Posterior lenticonus in congenital cataract surgical treatment M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Trifocal IOL implantation to correct presbyopia: 4 years of experience and improvements in quality of vision – clinical results M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Visual performance of pinhole intraocular lens in cataract patients: one year follow-up M. Rau GERMANY Mix-match of Lentis M Plus (X): Lentis Comfort, M Plus (X) Toric and Comfort Toric to achieve visual improvement and higher satisfaction S. Rodrigues, I. Gomes, L. Paris, M. Vila Franca, J. Fernandes PORTUGAL Phacoemulsification on patients with pseudoexfoliative syndrome: retrospective analysis of short and long-term outcomes F. Sammouh, T. Baban, H. Ballouz, E. Warrak LEBANON Refractive and visual outcomes after toric intraocular lens implantation in cataract patients: a case series from Lebanon C. Tabatabay, M. Bumbacher, H. Roux SWITZERLAND Introducing a new IOL injector for 1.8mm and 1.6mm corneo-limbal incision in cataract surgery E. Taylor, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Refractive vs diffractive optics for enhanced-depth-of-focus intraocular lenses (EDOF IOL): comparison of visual outcome and photopsia

B. Kusa, M. Piovella ITALY Toric trifocal IOL as best option to achieve emmetropia and near vision after cataract surgery: 3 years clinical results and patient satisfaction

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ePOSTER PRESENTATIONS A. Thomas, C. Gunasekera UK A multi-centre study investigating the knowledge of postoperative complications following cataract surgery amongst internal medicine and emergency medicine residents C. Trigaux, K. Willekens, B. Foets, P. Stalmans, J. Van Calster, M. Hua BELGIUM IOL exchange in a tertiary centre: a 6 year retrospective study M. Ullrich, N. Hirnschall, B. Doeller, K. Kefer, R. Varsits, J. Hienert, O. Findl AUSTRIA Computer-based tutorial as a supportive means to enhance quality and efficiency of the informed consent process for cataract surgery R. Varsits, N. Hirnschall, B. Doeller, O. Findl AUSTRIA Increasing the number of successful axial eye length measurements using swept-source optical coherence tomography technology compared to conventional optical biometry P. Vichitvejpaisal, K. Saksritawee THAILAND Correlations of preoperative anxiety, blood pressure and cataract surgery in adults by using STAI questionnaire S. Wagner, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND The visual functions after Nd:YAG laser posterior capsulotomy in patients with WIOL-CF® polyfocal full-optics intraocular lens V. Webers, N. Visser, N. Bauer, I. Saelens, H. Beckers, C. Webers, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Evaluation of clinical outcomes of toric intraocular lens implantation: a 3 years cohort study H. Weeber, C. Canovas, A. Alarcon, D. Chang, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Difference in optical properties between trifocal lenses and extended-range-of-vision lenses S. Wijetilleka, D. Yeo UK The effect of outsourcing on cataract training M. Yakin, G. Sungur, O. Balta, G. Orman, F. Ornek TURKEY Five years prevalence and risk factors for cataract development in eyes with uveitis secondary to ankylosing spondylitis M. Yugay, A. Ryabtseva RUSSIA Changes of hydrodynamics in patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome after cataract phacoemulsification depending on the eye length M. Zivkovic, M. Zlatanovic, G. Zlatanovic, M. Radenkovic, J. Djordjevic-Jocic, G. Stankovic-Babic, S. Jovanovic SERBIA Phacoemulsification combined with intravitreal injection of aflibercept in patients with diabetic macular edema M. Zuppardo, M. Curatolo ITALY A new concept of optical aberrations as partners of vision: a virtuous correction of presbyopia

Cornea N. Abd Haleim, H. Alahmady, M. Usama, A. Mortada EGYPT Preoperative sub pterygium Avastin and mitomycin C injection: clinical and histological result N. Al Yousuf BAHRAIN Indications for penetrating keratoplasty in the Kingdom of Bahrain K. Alzahrani, F. Carley, A. Brahma, S. Biswas, Y. Lin, D. Morley, M. Hillarby UK Corneal imaging and densitometry measurements in juvenile keratoconus patients to monitor disease progression and treatment outcomes after corneal cross-linking A. Anugrah, S. Su INDONESIA Schnyder cristalline corneal dystrophy: a clinical diagnosis approach D. Anwar IRAQ Tilted optic disc and its role in excluding keratoconus M. Batur, T. Artuc, E. Seven, S. Tekin, T. Yasar TURKEY Chemical burns of the eye: an emergency condition C. Bonzano, D. Musetti, R. Scotto, C. Cutolo, P. Pagani, C. Traverso ITALY Assessing Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty in complex cases followed up with optical coherence tomography D. Borroni, M. Ferronato, E. Drucka, Z. Krumina, K. Bajracharya, S. Sepetiene, I. Lace, A. Zemitis LATVIA Evaluation and treatment of corneal fungal infections Ü. Çallı, T. Ayyildiz, S. Kocabas, B. Kandemir TURKEY Penicillium keratitis in inactive vernal conjunctivitis T. Celik, S. Yazgan TURKEY Assessment of three months of silicone hydrogel contact lens wear by using impression cytology K. Chopra, V. Bhandari, S. Ganesh INDIA A peculiar case of recurrent late Descemet’s membrane detachment following an uncomplicated cataract surgery H. Delbeke, M. Hua, B. Foets BELGIUM Descemet's membrane endothelial keratoplasty: outcome of the first 100 consecutive eyes J. Fajardo Sanchez, C. Colliga, C. Chau Ramos SPAIN Peripheral corneal ulcer in 15 year old patient with Crohn’s disease and epidermolysis bullosa: management and treatment Y. Fernandez Barrientos, A. Ramos Suarez, J. Garrido Linares SPAIN Treatment of corneal descemetocele with topical matrix therapy agent E. Groeneveld, J. Parker, K. Van Dijk, L. Baydoun, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Bowman layer transplantation for advanced keratoconus: graft preparation and clinical outcomes M. Khan, A. Ranganath, A. Aralikatti UK Assessment, investigations and management of acanthamoeba keratitis: a 24 month retrospective study from the second largest tertiary eye referral centre in the UK

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ePOSTER PRESENTATIONS M. Khan, L. Jiang, A. Pherwani, J. Gandhewar UK Pterygium excision with conjunctival autograft: a multi-centre comparison of fibrin tissue glue vs suturing T. Khanam, A. Mearza, T. Patel UK Raised intraocular pressure (IOP) secondary to retained host Descemet's membrane (DM) scroll post DMEK V. Kozobolis, H. Sideroudi, G. Labiris GREECE Fourier analysis of anterior and posterior corneal videokeratography data: clinical usefulness in keratoconus B. Kusa, M. Piovella ITALY Hydrogel ocular bandages for cataract surgery to improve wound watertight properties and to reduce postop complications rate: 7 years experience A. Laborante ITALY Standardised Descemetic intrabubble: use of corneal polarizer – one year of experience L. Martínez Perez, M. Rodriguez Ares, R. Tourino Peralba SPAIN Symptoms of dry eye and vision-related quality of life in patients with keratoconus N. Moura-Coelho, J. Paulo Cunha, A. Luisa Basilio, C. Pereira Bruxelas, M. Dutra Medeiros, P. Candelaria PORTUGAL Corneal morphological characterization for detection of keratoconus: isolated Scheimpflug camera system vs combined Scheimpflug-placido disc topography E. Mrukwa-Kominek, W. Lubon, J. Janiszewska-Salamon, A. Urgacz-Lechowicz, R. Kinasz POLAND Analysis of the efficacy and safety of ectoine eye drops in patients with allergic conjunctivitis P. Papadopoulos, F. Papadopoulos, A. Papadopoulos, V. Karabatakis GREECE Post-mortem changes in central corneal thickness of porcine eyes E. Papavasileiou, C. Garnavou-Xirou, S. Velissaris, D. McHugh, T. Jackson, E. Hollick UK Vitreoretinal (VIAs) and vitreomacular interface (VMI) abnormalities in eyes treated with endothelial keratoplasty J. Parker, T. Muller, I. Lavy, R. Verdijk, L. Baydoun, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Histopathology of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty graft remnants, folds and detachments J. Parker, F. Huls, E. Cooper, P. Graves, E. Groeneveld-van Beek, J. Lie, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Ultrastructure of isolated Bowman layer grafts, prepared by two different methods C. Rowaan, J. Parel, A. Gonzalez, M. Aguilar, J. Silgado, M. Taneja, M. Ten Hove USA Robotic remote controllable 3D stereoscopic slit lamp D. Schmidl, K. Witkowska, P. Wozniak, A. Bata, K. Fondi, G. Garhofer, L. Schmetterer AUSTRIA Effect of two different treatment regimens with topical lubricants on ocular surface staining in patients with dry eye disease

M. Srur, M. Srur, F. Mellado, C. Carranza, F. Vega, C. Gutierrez, S. Finianos SPAIN A potential new application of SLET surgery in the treatment of complicated neurotrophic corneal ulcers: a case report P. Verdaguer, D. Elies, M. Morral, F. Manero, J. Güell SPAIN Excimer laser phototherapeutic keratectomy for treatment of corneal stromal dystrophies

Miscellaneous A. Alexa, A. Cantemir, A. Ciobica, M. Filip, A. Luca, D. Ababei, C. Zamfir ROMANIA Catalase activity of tears in chronic stress conditions M. Anbar, H. Ammar EGYPT Effect of different incision sites of phacoemulsification on trabeculectomy bleb function M. Banevicius, R. Ciumbaraite, R. Liutkeviciene LITHUANIA The relationship between method of delivering a baby and refractive error M. Banevicius, A. Vilkeviciute, L. Kriauciuniene, R. Liutkeviciene LITHUANIA The association between rs1800625 polymorphism and exudative age-related macular degeneration development S. Barros, S. Parreira, A. Miranda, M. Pereira, N. Campos PORTUGAL New insights in vanishing white matter disease: unreported manifestations and atypical course M. Batur, M. Parlak, E. Seven, S. Tekin, T. Yaaar TURKEY Effect of antiglaucomatous drops which reduced the aqueous humor production on bacterial growth potential in rabbit eyes A. Benson, A. Khan UK Combined artificial iris and IOL scleral fixation for posttraumatic aphakia and aniridia: unexpected favourable cosmetic outcome after brown iris implantation in a patient with corneal arcus F. Carones, L. Vigo, E. Mertens ITALY Intense pulsed light treatment for dry eye disease and change in osmolarity J. Cheng TAIWAN Argon-laser iridoplasty as an adjunctive treatment for acute angle-closure glaucoma with ciliary block J. Cheng, Y. Ling TAIWAN Retinal arteries occlusion as a late complication of radiotherapy in nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) N. Chittajallu, A. Ghaloo, P. Prakash UK Use of intravitreal bevacizumab in rubeosis, rubeotic glaucoma and choroidal neovascularisation: our experience R. Ciumbaraite, M. Banevicius, R. Liutkeviciene LITHUANIA Gender and refractive error R. Ciumbaraite, M. Banevicius, R. Liutkeviciene LITHUANIA Influence of eye exercises on visual acuity in myopic children

H. Sillen, I. Leysen, C. Koppen, E. Smets BELGIUM Case report: ocular disease in Cogan’s syndrome

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ePOSTER PRESENTATIONS B. Des Marchais, M. Keyeutat Tondji, E. De Larochelliere, R. Kyrillos CANADA Gonioscopy post laser iridotomy: a healthcare quality improvement intervention study

A. Saeed, M. Nagy, U. Shalaby, W. Abdulwahab, S. Abdulrahman EGYPT TNF-α (−863) polymorphism and primary open angle glaucoma in Egyptians

R. Diaz Cespedes, A. Hervas, S. Garcia Delpech, E. Sanz, P. Udaondo, D. Salom, A. Cisneros SPAIN CACICOL®, a new therapeutic approach to the management of persistent epithelial defects and neurotrophic keratopathy

R. Sakiene, T. Kisil, A. Gelzinis LITHUANIA The influence of near work and outdoor activity on myopic refractive change in children at LSMU Department of Ophthalmology

R. Diaz Cespedes, A. Hervas, S. Garcia Delpech, E. Sanz, P. Udaondo, D. Salom SPAIN Optical coherence tomography angiography of optic disc perfusion in glaucoma cases

M. Sarnat-Kucharczyk, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND The efficacy of microperimetry and contrast sensitivity testing in the diagnosis of chiasmal compression caused by pituitary adenomas

E. Dorairaj, N. Chittajallu, P. Prakash UK Ranibizumab in diabetic macular oedema: 2 year audit data

S. Scholtz, M. Attia, L. MacMorris, T. Tandogan, F. Krogmann, G. Auffarth, M. Shafik GERMANY Eyes speak a million more words than our mouth: kohl – cosmetic, protection against the evil, ophthalmic therapy or simply toxic?

K. Eerme, P. Tein ESTONIA Evaluation of examination and surgical treatment of children with glaucoma in East-Tallinn Central Hospital Eye Clinic A. Frings, L. Wagenfeld, K. Hermsdorf GERMANY Refractive predictability in eyes with intraocular gas tamponade: results of a prospective controlled clinical trial S. Garcia Delpech, A. Hervas, R. Diaz, E. Sanz, P. Udaondo, D. Salom SPAIN Intraoperative anterior segment optical coherence tomography during corneal surgery G. Gudauskiene, I. Matuleviciute, D. Zaliuniene LITHUANIA Correlation between subfoveol choroidal thickness and retrobulbar blood flow in healthy individuals G. Gudauskiene, I. Matuleviciute, D. Zaliuniene LITHUANIA Evaluation of choroidal thickness in normal subjects A. Hasan EGYPT The efficacy of Alahmady Ring implantation in management of neovascular glaucoma A. Hipsley, S. Rowen, D. Ma, C. Sun USA Visual outcomes and stability 10 years after laser anterior ciliary excision M. Nagy, U. Shalaby, A. Saeed EGYPT The role of matrix metalloproteinases in retinal pigment epithelial cell migration A. Omar, J. Bartley, A. Soliman, N. Hogan EGYPT A case of rapidly growing conjunctival tumor S. Parreira, S. Barros, A. Miranda, F. Freitas PORTUGAL Evaluation of ocular surface disease in patients after trabeculectomy: simple procedure and with intracameral bevacizumab V. Potemkin, E. Ageeva RUSSIA Ocular adnexa in pseudoexfoliation syndrome M. Radenkovic, G. Stankovic-Babic, P. Jovanovic, J. Djordjevic-Jocic, M. Zivkovic, M. Trenkic-Bozinovic, M. Petrovic SERBIA BAK effect in ocular surface disease occurrence M. Ratwatte, J. Than, R. Bourne UK Selective laser trabeculoplasty as first line treatment for primary open-angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension

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P. Sonwani, A. Amitava, A. Khan, S. Gupta INDIA Plication as an alternative to resection in horizontal strabismus: a randomised clinical trial Y. Xu, X. Chen, W. Zhou, T. Utheim, A. Stojanovic NORWAY Comparison of pachymetry measurements using two optical coherence tomography devices and rotating Scheimpflug imaging in eyes with keratoconus S. Yazgan, D. Arpaci, T. Celik TURKEY Evaluation of macular volume, retinal nerve fiber layer and choroidal thickness in acromegaly patients: a case control study

Refractive A. Abdel-Fattah Gab-Alla EGYPT Evaluation of two stage treatment of femtosecond laser-assisted hyperopic laser in situ keratomileusis for high hyperopia S. Adib-Moghaddam, S. Soleyman-Jahi, S. Tofighi, G. Tefagh IRAN Clinical outcomes of refined transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy in asymmetric astigmatism H. Al-Mahrouqi, N. Al-Shamli, N. Raj Mohan, S. Bani Oraba, A. Al-Raisi OMAN Characterising keratoconus in the Omani population: an experience from Armed Forces Hospital in Muscat D. Anwar IRAQ Pausing in the middle of photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) treatment to reduce thermal effect and prevent PRK haze A. Bansal INDIA Comparison of efficacy, safety and visual quality of SMILE and LASIK for myopia and myopic astigmatism A. Bansal INDIA Predictability, efficacy and safety of femtosecond laser-assisted small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) for correction of myopia and astigmatism M. Bohac, N. Gabric, V. Cerovic, M. Anticic, M. Koncarevic CROATIA Three year follow-up of V4C implantable collamer lens in moderate to high myopic astigmatism


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

A. Hervas, S. Garcia Delpech, L. Remon, J. Monsoriu, W. Furlan SPAIN Hybrid diffractive refractive fractal intraocular lens with extended depth of focus

K. Chopra, V. Bhandari, S. Ganesh INDIA Topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy with accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking (KXL) in mild to moderate keratoconus

O. Ibrahim, I. Ahmed, M. Abdalla EGYPT Five-year results of small incision lenticule extraction for high myopia more than 10D

E. Chynn, J. Guo USA Efficacy of standard shield vs new disposable eye patch for occlusion during refractive surgery

N. Kanchanaranya THAILAND Spectacle prescription for presbyopic correction among populations in Thammasat University Hospital

D. Dementiev, A. Shipunova, M. Sysoeva, I. Ivanchikova RUSSIA Medennium posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens implantion in patients with extremly high myopia

M. Koc, P. Kosekahya, K. Tekin, P. Yilmazbas TURKEY Corneal cross-linking in a case with Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome and unilateral pellucid marginal degeneration

A. Doga, S. Borzenok, I. Mushkova, A. Karimova, E. Kechin RUSSIA Comparative study of stromal bed smoothness on LASIK flaps created with different femtosecond lasers

N. Mohd, E. McElnea, F. Kinsella IRELAND Visual and functional outcomes of multifocal toric IOL

M. Dvali, N. Tsintsadze, B. Sirbiladze GEORGIA Different bioptics to correct refractive errors

T. Monteiro, F. Vaz, M. Castro Neves PORTUGAL Bilateral implantation of a hydrophobic trifocal C-loop intraocular lens (AcrySof IQ PanOptix®): refractive outcomes

M. Elling, B. Dick GERMANY Customised corneal cross-linking for the treatment of myopic refractive error: 6 month results of a prospective clinical study

M. Nikolova, D. Mitova BULGARIA Comparative study of visual outcomes and subjective rehabilitation in patients after LASEK and TransPRK procedures

V. Encheva, D. Mitova BULGARIA Retreatment after laser refractive surgery

R. Pinto Proença, G. Neri Pires, L. Costa, A. Santos, J. Ferreira, J. Cunha PORTUGAL Phakic intraocular lenses vs clear lens extraction: a prospective study

E. Erika, P. Viktoria RUSSIA Long-term outcomes of presbyopia correction with application of a bi-aspheric multifocal µ-monovision approach performed in surface ablation method: 4 year results J. Foerster, T. Herbst GERMANY A practical approach to increase the number of femto-cataract procedures A. Gab-Alla EGYPT Incidence of interface fluid after laser in situ keratomileusis in Egyptian patients S. Garcia Delpech, A. Hervas, P. Udaondo, R. Diaz Cespedes, D. Montagud, W. Furlan SPAIN Diffraction-based corneal inlay to correct presbyopia S. Garcia Delpech, A. Hervas, L. Remon, J. Monsoriu, W. Furlan SPAIN Hybrid diffractive-refractive fractal intraocular lens with extended-depth-of-focus K. Gundersen NORWAY Visual performance with an extended-range-of-vision toric intraocular lens P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Long-term results of refractive lenticule extraction ReLEx SMILE compared to Femto-LASIK

A. Sherif EGYPT Unilateral phakic foldable iris claw IOLs in highly anisometropic children: does it work? S. Shoukry, I. Saad Othman, H. Gharib EGYPT The effect of preoperative keratometry on visual outcomes after moderate myopic LASIK E. Taylor, 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 50 consecutive cases out of 1000 patients J. Thind INDIA Small aperture corneal inlay implantation (KAMRA) for presbyopia correction: a retrospective study A. Vasilyev, S. Tonkonogii, L. Bai, A. Egorova RUSSIA The study of ultrasound biometry effectiveness for optimal postoperative refraction in senile cataract surgery M. Zivkovic, M. Zlatanovic, G. Zlatanovic, M. Radenkovic, A. Hristov, V. Jaksic, S. Jovanovic SERBIA Screening of refractive surgery patients: the most common contraindications

A. Hamed, A. Fekry EGYPT ReLEx SMILE push-up and push-down techniques L. Hanneken ANDORRA Plus MF20/MF30: blended vision

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GENERAL INFORMATION Venue

EBO Accredited Courses

MECC Maastricht, Forum 100, 6229 GV Maastricht, The Netherlands

Courses with EBO accreditation: • Basic Optics Course • Cataract Surgery Didactic Course • Cornea Didactic Course • Refractive Surgery Didactic Course

Currency The official currency of the Meeting is the Euro.

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

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ESCRS Resource Centre

Opening Hours

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Registration Thursday 9 February

16.00 – 18.00

Friday 10 February

07.00 – 19.00

Saturday 11 February

07.00 – 18.30

Sunday 12 February

07.30 – 13.30

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

Financial Disclosure

Speaker Check-In Room Thursday 9 February

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Friday 10 February

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Sunday 12 February

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CME Credits European Credits This Meeting has been granted 15 European CME credits (ECMEC) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). In order to claim these credits delegates will be required to complete an online evaluation form when they collect their meeting certificate of attendance. In addition, delegates must complete an evaluation form for every course that they attend. These forms must be completed at the end of the course and given to the hostess at the entrance to the room. Each delegate should contact his/her national CME body directly in order to claim their credits for the Meeting.

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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.


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LISBON2017 7–11 OCTOBER

XXXV CONGRESS of the ESCRS

FIL – Feira Internacional de Lisboa, Portugal

Abstract Submission Deadline: 15 March 2017

www.escrs.org


EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY

SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY

Lunchtime Symposium

Lunchtime Symposium

Boxed Lunch Included

Boxed Lunch Included

13.00 – 14.00

13.00 – 14.00

Brussels 0.4

Auditorium 2

Shaping Tomorrow’s Vision – ZEISS Innovative Refractive Solutions

Astigmatism Treatment in Standard and Refractive Cataract Surgery

Moderator:

Moderator:

B. Şener THE NETHERLANDS

F. Hengerer GERMANY Spectacle independence and patient satisfaction with AT LISA tri

J. Ball UK Why and how I choose PRESBYOND in my practice

F. Goes BELGIUM Why we made the switch to SMILE

B. Meyer GERMANY SMILE - tips and tricks for handling different situations

O. Ibrahim EGYPT SMILE - long term results with more than 5,000 cases

R. Lapid THE NETHERLANDS

T. Kohnen GERMANY Completing presbyopia treatment options with the latest trifocal IOL technology: the AcrySof® IQ PanOptix™ family

B. Galan ROMANIA ORA wavefront aberrometry the wave of tomorrow

R. Lapid THE NETHERLANDS Changing paradigm of toric IOL calculation

M. Teus SPAIN Incision architecture preservation with UltraSert™ IOL delivery system

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SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY

SATURDAY 11 FEBRUARY

Lunchtime Symposium

Evening Symposium

Boxed Lunch Included

13.00 – 14.00 Paris 0.5

My Best Case Reports from Premium Cataract and Refractive Practice Moderator:

M. Shafik EGYPT

G. Kleinmann ISRAEL My best cases using Extended Range of Vision IOL’s

F. Kerkhoff THE NETHERLANDS My best cases using a laser for cataract surgery

M. Shafik EGYPT My best cases using a Wavefront Guided Procedure for laser vision correction

Supported by an unrestricted educational grant from

18.00 – 19.00 Brussels 0.4

Intracameral Mydriasis: A New Tool for Efficient Cataract Surgery Moderator:

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM Trends in mydriasis management across Europe: IC injection is of great interest but still marginally used

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Mydrane: a new efficient and safe tool to obtain mydriasis

B. Cochener FRANCE Drop less cataract surgery: improving efficiency

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Meeting Room 0.7

Speaker Check-In 0.8

Wetlab Rooms 0.1 & 0.2

Level 0

Meeting Room 0.9

Le ve l Ac ce ss

to

Access to Level 1

1

Meeting Room 0.6

Paris Room 0.5

Brussels Room 0.4

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LIST OF EXHIBITORS Exhibitor Name

Booth No.

Abbott Medical Optics

E18

Malosa Medical

AJL OPHTHALMIC, SA

E23

MediconturE11

ALCONE13

MoriaE15

Allergan BV

E35

OCULUS Optikgeräte GmbH

Avedro, Inc.

E06

OPHTECE37

Bausch + Lomb OPS B.V.

E28

PESCHKE TRADE

E07

Rini Ergoteknik AB

E16

BvC Consulting

E07A

Exhibitor Name

Booth No. E22

E14

Cardivon Surgical, Inc.

E10

Santen BeNeLux 

E31

Carl Zeiss Meditec

E27

SAV-IOL SA

E09

Daud Jee Mfg Co.

E30

SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions GmbH & Co.KG

E19

ELLEXE36

SIFI S.p.A.

E25

ESCRS Resource Centre

E01

SightLife Surgical

Gebauer Medizintechnik GmbH

E17

THÉAE20

Glaukos Corporation

E21

Tracey Technologies by Medequip Bvba

E24

Haag-Streit AG

E26

VSY Biotechnology

E29

HOYA Surgical Optics GmbH

E03

Wisepress Medical Bookshop

E08

Huaian Meide Medical Instruments Co,.ltd.

E32

Ziemer Ophthalmic Systems AG

ifa systems AG

E02

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E07B

E12


EXHIBITION Level 1

E09

Boarding Pass & Internet Stations

E10

E30

E32

E31

E07A E07B

E08

E34 E12

E11

E28

E29

E27

E13

E35 E07 E06

E14

E25

E15

E26

E36

E23 E24

E03

E18

E16 E17

E19

E22 E21

E02

E37 ESCRS Resource Centre

E20

E38

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SPONSORS Project2_Layout 1 05/08/2014 16:00 Page 1

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

Duckworth & Kent Ophthalmic Instrument Manufacturer

We would like to thank the following companies for their participation in the Live Surgery Session:

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

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