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VIENNA 2018 36 Congress of the ESCRS TH

22–26 September Reed Messe, Vienna, Austria

Programme


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 – Saturday 

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Scientific Programme – Sunday 

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Scientific Programme – Monday 

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Scientific Programme – Tuesday 

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Scientific Programme – Wednesday

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ePosters 

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Video Competition 

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Video Library

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ESONT Ophthalmic Nurses and Technicians Meeting

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General Information 

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Sponsors160 EuroTimes Satellite Education Programme 

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Congress Centre & Exhibition

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List of Exhibitors 

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Index177

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ESCRS BOARD & COMMITTEES President

Béatrice Cochener FRANCE

Secretary

Oliver Findl AUSTRIA

Treasurer

Thomas Kohnen GERMANY

Board Members

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

Co-opted Board Members

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

Finance Committee

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

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

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Education Committee

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

Programme Committee

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

Publications Committee

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

Research Committee

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

Charity Committee

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

Cornea Committee

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

Ethics Committee

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

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

Young Ophthalmologists Committee

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

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


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

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the Board and Officers of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons it is my great pleasure to welcome you to Vienna for the 36th 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 2018 Ridley Medal Lecture will be given by Rudy Nuijts during the Opening Ceremony at 10.00 on Sunday morning and the title of his lecture is ’Facts First!’. This year will also see the introduction of the new Heritage Lecture on Monday morning before the Main Symposium. The lecture will be given by Thomas Neuhann on the history of capsulorhexis. This year’s Congress will host the first ever Free Paper Forum. Sessions will take place in a room which has been specifically designed to provide a platform for informative, productive and relaxed interaction enabling delegates to experience free papers in a more stimulating way. As a Society, we are always looking at ways to evolve and I believe that the Free Paper Forum will be one of the highlights of this year’s meeting. 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. Our pocket programme will be a useful guide for those wishing to navigate their way through the Congress using the highlighted programme tracks. The tracks include Cataract Complications & Special Cases, Cornea, Glaucoma, Laser Refractive Surgery, Symposia and Young Ophthalmologists. 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 EuCornea, EURETINA, the European Glaucoma Society, WSPOS, and other societies and individuals 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 Vienna.

Yours sincerely,

Béatrice Cochener President, ESCRS

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VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON CHALLENGING CASES

P. 28

The Diabetic Eye

ESCRS/EURETINA SYMPOSIUM

P. 23

Corneal CrossLinking: Current Status & Future Perspectives

ESCRS/EUCORNEA SYMPOSIUM

P. 23

HALL A1

Femtosecond Surgery

Blue Sky Lens Research

CLINICAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIA

Measuring Near & Intermediate Quality of Vision

Myopia

P. 18

ROOM A3

REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE

P. 20

ROOM A4

Starting Phaco (including YO videos)

YO PROGRAMME

P. 21

ROOM A5

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 25 – P. 27

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

P. 24

POSTER VILLAGE

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER Sessions


IC21

Fuchs’ endothelial dystrophy: new concepts

IC11 New concepts & research on keratoconus

IC22

Residual astigmatism after toric intraocular lens implantation: what to do next?

IC04

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

STRAUSS 3

IC23 Microinvasive glaucoma surgery

IC13 How to improve your refractive & cataract surgery outcomes by skilful interpretation of corneal imaging

IC05 Glaucoma surgery: modern perspectives

ROOM A7

IC24 Laser refractive surgery (YO Course)

IC14 Explanting IOLs & refixating secondary IOLs

IC06 Corneal cross-linking therapy

ROOM A2

IC25

Understanding OVDs to optimise their use in cataract surgery & complications

IC15 Basic phaco (Part 2)

IC07 Basic phaco (Part 1)

LEHAR 1

IC26

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

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

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

P. 155

Basic microsurgical suturing techniques for beginners

IC01

LEHAR 2

IC27 DSAEK or DMEK: how to choose the correct procedure

IC17 Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery: time to shine

IC08 The transition from cataract surgery to refractive cataract surgery

LEHAR 4

IC28

Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis: from indications to innovations

IC18 PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK

IC09 LASIK: basic steps for safety & great results

LEHAR 3

ESONT COURSE B-Scan ultrasound of the anterior & posterior segments

P. 155

ESONT COURSE Biometry & IOL calculations for refractive cataract surgery

P. 155

LEHAR 5

IC29

Updates on dry eye diagnosis & management with expert case discussions

IC19 Management of paediatric cataracts

ESONT COURSE Optical coherence tomography for ophthalmic personnel

P. 155

STOLZ 1

P. 155

STOLZ 2

IC30 Integrating traditional & new age digital marketing for millennial success

ESONT COURSE Infection control P. 24

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IC20 Learning phaco chop: pearls & pitfalls

IC10 Conquering capsule complications: my best teaching videos

IC03 Posterior capsule rupture: mastering vitrectomy & IOL implantation, a video-based course

STRAUSS 2

P. 22

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IC02 Malpositioned lenses: optimal surgical management techniques

STRAUSS 1

P. 22

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Instructional Courses SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER P. 29

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FREE PAPERS:

You Make the Call

VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS

P. 54

Controversies in Cataract & Refractive Surgery

JCRS SYMPOSIUM

P. 44

Glaucoma for the Cataract Surgeon

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 44

P. 42

OPENING CEREMONY & RIDLEY MEDAL LECTURE

HALL A1

CATARACT

VIDEO AWARDS SESSION

P. 49

ROOM C1

OTHER

Infections

SMILE

CORNEA

FREE PAPERS

P. 56

Surgical Cornea: Keratoplasty & Corneal Grafts

FREE PAPERS

P. 47

Medical Cornea & Biomechanics

FREE PAPERS

P. 35

PODIUM 3

FREE PAPERS

P. 56

LASIK I

FREE PAPERS

P. 46

Evolution in FLACS & Phaco Technology

REFRACTIVE

Multifocal IOLs

FREE PAPERS

P. 55

Cataract Surgery & Glaucoma

FREE PAPERS

P. 45

Phakic IOLs

FREE PAPERS

P. 34

P. 33 FREE PAPERS

PODIUM 2

PODIUM 1

ROOM A3: FREE PAPER FORUM

Capsular Management

FREE PAPERS

P. 57

EDOF vs MIOLs

FREE PAPERS

P. 48

Primary & Secondary Ectasia

FREE PAPERS

P. 36

ROOM A4

ESONT FREE PAPERS

P. 152

ESONT FORUM

P. 152

ESONT AUSTRIAN SYMPOSIUM

P. 152

Toric IOL Calculations & Alignment

FREE PAPERS

P. 37

ROOM A5

Targeting Emmetropia in Cataract Surgery

YO SESSION

P. 55

ROOM A6

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT MASTERCLASS

P. 39

STOLZ 1

Part 3 Imaging the Human Eye

Part 2 Visual Optics

WORKSHOP ON VISUAL OPTICS

Part 1 Visual Behaviour (Visual Function)

P. 32

STOLZ 2

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 49

MODERATED POSTER SESSION P. 51 – P. 53

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 39 – P. 42

POSTER VILLAGE

SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER Sessions


IC60

From bacterial keratitis to herpetic & acanthamoeba infections

IC44

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

IC33 The management of complications encountered during cataract surgery

STRAUSS 3

IC61 Pull-through DMEK

IC51 Complications in LASIK: prevention & management

ROOM C2

IC62

Cataract surgery in coexisting corneal pathology

IC52 Toric IOLs: planning for success & dealing with failure

ROOM C3

IC63

Cataract surgery & IOL calculations in the setting of corneal disease

IC35 Therapeutic corneal refractive surgery: achieving excellent outcomes in complications after LASIK or PRK

IC45 Corneal surgery assisted by femtosecond laser

IC34 Complications & expanding applications of corneal cross-linking (CXL)

ROOM A7

Wavefront optics for the nonmathematician

IC64

IC54 Visual field evaluation

IC46 IOL power calculation update by the IOL Power Club

IC53 How to avoid the mistakes we made in converting to DMEK

ROOM A2

IC65

Intraocular magnifying lenses for patients with macular degeneration

IC55 Glaucoma surgery for the cataract surgeon: ways to improve your outcomes & to catch up with the latest

IC47 Customized cross-linking

IC36 Manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS): a video-based primer

LEHAR 1

IC66

Ocular surface masterclass for the cataract surgeon

IC56

Endophthalmitis after cataract surgery

IC48 Ocular trauma assessment & management

IC37 Salvaging your worst catastrophes & complications in refractive surgery: a video-based course

LEHAR 2

IC67 Demystifying biometry with the Barrett IOL calculator

IC57 Oculoplastic surgery for cataract & refractive surgeons

IC39 Comprehensive keratoplasty techniques (Part 2)

IC38 Comprehensive keratoplasty techniques (Part 1)

LEHAR 3

IC68 MIGS: surgical indications & complications management

IC58 Overview of phakic IOLs

ESONT COURSE Visual fields for ophthalmic personnel

P. 155

IC40 Improving astigmatic outcomes using toric IOLs, LRIs & refractive laser surgery

LEHAR 4

IC78

Intracorneal rings for keratoconus & post-LASIK ectasia

IC59 Teaching statistics in the overall context of preparing & writing a scientific paper

IC49 Schlemm’s canal surgery: ab-externo & ab-interno (viscocanalostomy & canaloplasty)

IC41 The very basic phaco course

LEHAR 5

P. 50

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Current state of CXL (corneal cross-linking): controversies & recommendations

IC50

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

IC43

IC32 Stabilising the subluxated lens: a medley of rings, segments & suture techniques

STRAUSS 2

P. 43

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IC42 Managing phaco complications in rock hard cataracts

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

STRAUSS 1

P. 38

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Instructional Courses SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER P. 57

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FREE PAPERS:

Current Debates in Ophthalmology

CSCRS SYMPOSIUM

P. 78

Getting Into Trouble?

CATARACT

Corneal Endothelium & Cataract Surgery

P. 79 FREE PAPERS

Ocular Surface & Quality of Vision

FREE PAPERS

SURGICAL VIDEO SESSION

REFRACTIVE

LASIK vs SMILE

FREE PAPERS

P. 80

Vision & Accommodation Assessment

FREE PAPERS

P. 73

New IOLs: Material & Preload IOL

P. 72

FREE PAPERS

Glaucoma & Posterior Segment

CORNEA

OTHER

Cornea Miscellaneous

FREE PAPERS

P. 80

Cross-Linking Protocols

FREE PAPERS

P. 74

SMILE vs PRK, Ocular Surface Disease

FREE PAPERS

P. 63

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P. 61

FREE PAPERS

PODIUM 3

PODIUM 2

ROOM A3: FREE PAPER FORUM

PODIUM 1

P. 71

Extending Depth of Focus

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 70

Heritage Lecture

P. 69

HALL A1

Anterior Segment Imaging I

P. 81

FREE PAPERS

Rotational Stability & Outcomes

P. 75 FREE PAPERS

Toric & Multifocal Intraocular Lenses

ESONT SYMPOSIUM

P. 153

Extended Depth-of-Focus IOL Concepts

FREE PAPERS

P. 64

ROOM A4

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

P. 60

LEHAR 5

P. 70

ORBIS FREE PAPERS

STOLZ 1

The Perfect Save: Challenging Cases Managed by International Experts

IIIC SYMPOSIUM

P. 82

STRAUSS 3

P. 77 – P. 78

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

P. 71

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 66 – P. 68

POSTER VILLAGE

MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER Sessions


IC98 Endothelial keratoplasty: UTDSEK, PDEK & DMEK

IC99 Custom-made iris prosthesis: surgical techniques

IC89 Modern diagnostic & therapeutic techniques for irregular cornea

IC81 Glaucoma surgery, TRABS, NPGS & MIGS for the cataract surgeon

IC70 Management of cataract in challenging cases

ROOM C2

IC100 Intrascleral IOL fixation

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

IC90

IC82 Measuring, marking & managing astigmatism in cataract surgery & RLE: all you need to know

IC71 All you wanted to know: microbial keratitis

ROOM C3

IC101

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

IC91 DALK: from standard technique to the new frontiers

IC83 Tips & tricks for challenging cataract surgery

IC72 Astigmatism management with toric IOL

ROOM A7

Improve your scientific skills

IC102

IC92 Phaco techniques & complications

IC84 FLACS: the state of the art

IC73 Customised excimer laser surgery

ROOM A2

IC103 What’s new in paediatric cataract surgery?

IC93 Primary posterior capsulorhexis: indications & surgical techniques

IC85 SMILE: experiences of the pioneers

IC74 Curbside consult for keratoconus: a case-based approach

LEHAR 1

IC104

DALK: how to standardise & master the procedure

IC94 Multifocal lenses masterclass

IC86 Techniques & devices for surgical reconstruction of traumatic & developmental iris defects

IC75 Corneal biomechanics for the clinician: understanding the basics

LEHAR 2

IC105

Meibomian gland dysfunction & chronic blepharitis

IC95

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

IC87 Paediatric penetrating keratoplasty: to do or not to do?

IC76 Strategies & techniques for IOL exchange

LEHAR 3

IC106 What to do with keratoconus today

IC120 Present state, developments & future of the capsular tension ring (CTR)

IC96 Therapeutic refractive surgery...live! Bring your case

IC77 Fundamentals of medical & surgical retina for cataract & refractive surgeons

LEHAR 4

IC107 Teaching & learning cataract surgery

IC97 Traumatic cataract management: opening the Pandora’s box

STOLZ 1

IC108

Cataract surgery in patients with compromised ocular surface

IC12 Optimising toric IOL outcomes

IC79 DMEK from D to K: a step-by-step approach to Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty

STOLZ 2

P. 76

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IC88 Phaco nightmares & worst case scenarios: a video-based course

IC80 Rock hard cataracts the easy way

IC69 Combined cataract & glaucoma surgery: when, what & how?

STRAUSS 2

P. 65

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Instructional Courses MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER P. 81

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FREE PAPERS:

Refractive Surgery for High Ametropia

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 94

ROOM C1

CATARACT

Training & Surgical Practice

FREE PAPERS

P. 100

IOL Power Calculations, Post-LASIK & Extreme Eyes

FREE PAPERS

P. 95

Biometry & Quality of Vision

FREE PAPERS

P. 86

ROOM A2

REFRACTIVE

Cataract Surgery & Retinal Complications

FREE PAPERS

P. 101

IOL Dislocation & Opacification

FREE PAPERS

P. 96

Cataract Surgery Special Cases

CORNEA

LASIK II

FREE PAPERS

P. 102

OTHER

Surface Photoablation/ PRK

FREE PAPERS

P. 97

Paediatric Ophthalmology & Other Topics

FREE PAPERS

P. 87

P. 87 FREE PAPERS

PODIUM 2

PODIUM 1 P. 88

PODIUM 3

FREE PAPERS

Surgical Cornea

P. 103

Cross-Linking

FREE PAPERS

P. 98

Small Lenticule Extraction

FREE PAPERS

ROOM A3: FREE PAPER FORUM

Premium IOLs: Multifocal, EDOF & Toric

P. 104

FREE PAPERS

Surgical Correction of Presbyopia: The New Era

Seeing Beyond the Horizon

ISRS SYMPOSIUM

P. 99 MODERATED POSTER SESSION

PRESENTED POSTER SESSIONS

P. 91 – P. 93

POSTER VILLAGE

P. 94

P. 105

ROOM A6

PRESBYOPIA WORKSHOP

Anterior Segment Imaging II

FREE PAPERS

P. 89

ROOM A4

TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER Sessions


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IC116 Different ways of secondary IOL implantation without capsular support in MIVS era

IC109 Anterior segment surgical solutions for secondary repair of posttraumatic eyes

LEHAR 1

IC117

Therapeutic refractive surgery strategies for treatment of secondary corneal optical irregularities & keratoconus

IC110 New surgical approaches to glaucoma: which way to go & how to minimise the risk for the newcomer

LEHAR 2

IC118 Beginning FLACS: an organised approach to femtolaser cataract surgery

IC111 Keratoconus: from diagnosis to treatment – the current state of the art

LEHAR 3

IC119 Phakic IOL decision making: when & where to implant? When & how to explant?

IC112

The evolution of PTK: from plano treatments to transepithelial custom corneal wavefrontguided ablations – a step-by-step course to achieve optimal results

LEHAR 4

IC113 Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) challenges

LEHAR 5

STOLZ 2 IC115 Anesthesia for anterior segment surgery

STOLZ 1 IC114 Building a successful online footprint

Instructional Courses TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER

P. 90

P. 99

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‘BEST OF THE BEST’ REVIEW SESSION

P. 108

STRAUSS 2

The Enigma of Pseudoexfoliation

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

P. 108

STRAUSS 3

WEDNESDAY 26 SEPTEMBER Sessions


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

Basic Phacoemulsification (Wetlabs 12-14, 34 & 56-58)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 07 & No. 15 (This is a four hour course consisting of two instructional courses, each of two hours duration)

Basic Suturing Techniques (Corneal/Scleral/Trauma/Keratoplasty) (Wetlabs 2-8, 26-29, 47-50, 70-74 & 77)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 01

Boston Keratoprosthesis (B-KPro) (Wetlabs 16 & 17)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 28

Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy (Wetlabs 60 & 61) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 06

DMEK and DSEK

(Wetlabs DMEK: 19, 30, 53 & 66, DSEK: 18, 32, 43 & 59) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 38 & No. 39

Glaucoma Canaloplasty & Viscocanalostomy (Wetlabs 36 & 37)

LASIK (Wetlabs 20, 21, 41 & 42)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 09 & No. 16

Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (Wetlabs 31 & 51)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 36

Modern MIGS Techniques (Wetlabs 24, 25, 38 & 39)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 17

Phaco: Management of Complications for Beginners (Wetlab 62) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 92

Phaco: Management of Complications (Wetlabs 54, 63-65 & 76)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 92

Iris Fixation Phakic IOL (Wetlab 15) PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 58

Posterior Capsulorhexis ‘Bag in the Lens’ (Wetlab 33)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 49

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 93

Intraocular & Transcleral Suturing Techniques (Wetlabs 1 & 9)

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK (Wetlabs 22, 23 & 40)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 02

Iris Fixation Aphakic IOL (Wetlabs 67 & 75)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 109

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 18

Astigmatism Management with Toric IOLs & Image-Guided Technologies (Wetlab 46)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 82

Lens Explantation (Wetlabs 10, 44, 45, 68 & 69)

PRE-REQUISITE: Instructional Course No. 14

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 23 to Tuesday 25 September.

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

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 be allocated 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

Location: Level 1, Congress Centre

Course Number

Time

Course

Instructor

Saturday 22 September Room 3

1

15.30 – 18.00

Intraocular and Transscleral Suturing*

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA

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

R. Bellucci ITALY

5

16.30 – 18.15

Basic Suturing Techniques

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND

Room 5

6

12.30 – 14.15

Basic Suturing Techniques

T. Rudolph SWEDEN

7

14.45 – 16.30

Basic Suturing Techniques

D. Kook GERMANY, S. Garcia SPAIN

8 17.00 – 18.45 Basic Suturing Techniques

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

Room 6

9

13.30 – 15.30

Intraocular and Transscleral Suturing*

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

10

16.45 – 18.45

Lens Explantation*

D. Hildebrand UK

Sunday 23 September Room 1

12

08.00 – 10.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

P. Schollmayer SLOVENIA

13

10.30 – 12.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

14

13.30 – 15.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

N. Vandemeulebroecke GERMANY

15

16.30 – 18.00

Iris Fixation Phakic IOL

N. Trap THE NETHERLANDS

Room 2

16

08.30 – 10.30

Boston Keratoprosthesis (B-KPro)*

S. Melki UK, M. Cortina USA

17

11.00 – 13.00

Boston Keratoprosthesis (B-KPro)*

S. Melki UK, A. Ng HONG KONG

18

13.30 – 15.30

DSEK*

D. Calladine UK

19 16.00 – 18.00 DMEK*

L. Baydoun THE NETHERLANDS, R. Birbal THE NETHERLANDS, L. Ham THE NETHERLANDS, S. Ní Dhubhghaill BELGIUM, J. Peraza-Nieves SPAIN, D. Santander-Garcia SPAIN

Room 3

20

09.00 – 10.30

LASIK*

A. Stojanovic NORWAY

21

11.00 – 12.30

LASIK*

P. Jirak AUSTRIA, V. Derhartunian AUSTRIA

22

13.00 – 14.30

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK*

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

23

16.45 – 18.15

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK*

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

Room 4

24

12.15 – 15.15

Modern MIGS Techniques Using Implants*

Z. Khoueir LEBANON, L. Au UK

25 15.45 – 18.45 Modern MIGS Techniques Using Implants*

Z. Khoueir LEBANON, K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND, M. Töteberg-Harms SWITZERLAND

Room 5

26

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

S. Stunf Pukl SLOVENIA

27

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Scleral Suturing Techniques

B. Aslan TURKEY

28

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Trauma Suturing Techniques

N. Vidovic Valentincic SLOVENIA

29

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques

D. Calladine UK

Room 6

30

09.00 – 11.00

DMEK*

A. Saad LEBANON

31

12.45 – 14.45

Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery

S. Jacob INDIA, L. Daniel Raj Ponniah INDIA

32

15.00 – 17.00

DSEK*

M. Barbany SPAIN, A. Salvador SPAIN

Monday 24 September Room 1 33 16.45 – 18.45 Posterior Capsulorhexis ‘Bag in the Lens’*

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, C. Billotte FRANCE, S. Ní Dhubhghaill BELGIUM, L. Van Os BELGIUM

34

14.00 – 16.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

M. Morral SPAIN

35

10.30 – 12.30

Astigmatism Management & Toric IOL

R. Fernández-Buenaga SPAIN

14


SURGICAL SKILLS TRAINING COURSES

Course Number

Time

Course

Instructor

Room 2

36

08.00 – 10.00

Viscocanalostomy (Glaucoma)*

M. Grieshaber SWITZERLAND

37

10.30 – 12.30

Glaucoma Canaloplasty*

N. Koerber GERMANY, V. Jasinskas LITHUANIA

38 13.00 – 16.00

Modern MIGS Techniques Enhancing Schlemm’s Canal*

Z. Khoueir LEBANON, S. Dorairaj USA, A. Tatham UK

39 16.30 – 19.30

Modern MIGS Techniques Enhancing Schlemm’s Canal*

Z. Khoueir LEBANON, S. Dorairaj USA, A. Tatham UK

Room 3

40

08.30 – 10.00

PRK, LASEK & Epi-LASIK

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

41

10.30 – 12.00

LASIK*

K. Ditzen GERMANY

42

13.15 – 14.45

LASIK*

K. Ditzen GERMANY

43

15.15 – 17.45

DSEK*

A. Sabala SPAIN

Room 4

44

09.00 – 11.00

Lens Explantation*

L. de Benito-Llopis UK, R. Angunawela UK

45

14.00 – 16.00

Lens Explantation*

A. Borthakur INDIA, M. Fernandes INDIA

46 16.30 – 18.30

Astigmatism Management with Toric IOLs & Image-Guided Technologies

A. Dmitriew POLAND

Room 5

47

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

F. Mutlu TURKEY

48

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Scleral Suturing Techniques

D. Kook GERMANY, A. Wolf GERMANY

49

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Trauma Suturing Techniques

M. Tekavcic Pompe SLOVENIA

50

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques

F. Akata TURKEY

Room 6 51 08.30 – 10.30 Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery

A. Chakrabarti INDIA, S. Kodur INDIA, D. Megur INDIA

52 11.30 – 13.00 Supplementary Lens

G. Kahraman AUSTRIA, K. Gundersen NORWAY

53 14.00 – 16.00 DMEK*

M. Busin ITALY, C. Bouone ITALY, D. Ponzin ITALY, V. Scorcia ITALY

Phaco: Management of Complications*

R. Packard UK

54

16.45 – 18.45

Tuesday 25 September Room 1

55

08.00 – 09.30

Micro-Incision Phaco

S. Morselli ITALY, A. Amisano ITALY

56

10.30 – 12.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

R. Mohan INDIA

57

13.30 – 15.30

Basic Phacoemulsification

S. Haldipurkar INDIA

58

16.00 – 18.00

Basic Phacoemulsification

I. Dekaris CROATIA

Room 2

59

08.00 – 10.00

DSEK*

M. Barbany SPAIN, J. Peraza-Nieves SPAIN

60

10.30 – 12.30

Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy

K. Mikek SLOVENIA, C. Koppen BELGIUM

61

13.00 – 15.00

Corneal Cross-Linking Therapy

K. Mikek SLOVENIA, C. Koppen BELGIUM

Room 3 62 08.00 – 10.00

Phaco: Management of Complications For Beginners

G. Hüning BRAZIL

63

10.30 – 12.30

Phaco: Management of Complications*

J. Bolger UK

64

13.00 – 15.00

Phaco: Management of Complications*

J. Bolger UK

65

15.30 – 17.30

Phaco: Management of Complications*

J. Bolger UK

Room 4 66 08.00 – 10.00 DMEK*

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

67

10.30 – 12.00

Iris Fixation Aphakic IOL

G. Muñoz SPAIN

68

14.00 – 16.00

Lens Explantation*

A. Borthakur INDIA, M. Fernandes INDIA

69

16.30 – 18.30

Lens Explantation*

L. Benjamin UK, J. Sengupta INDIA

Room 5

70

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

F. Sutter SWITZERLAND

71

11.45 – 13.30

Basic Scleral Suturing Techniques

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND

72

14.00 – 15.45

Basic Trauma Suturing Techniques

C. Budo BELGIUM

73

16.00 – 17.45

Basic Keratoplasty Suturing Techniques

Y. Akova TURKEY, B. Cosar TURKEY

Room 6

74

09.30 – 11.15

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

A. Prinz AUSTRIA

75

11.45 – 12.45

Iris Fixation Aphakic IOL

M. Forlini ITALY

76

13.15 – 15.15

Phaco: Management of Complications*

C. Baumann UK

77

15.45 – 17.30

Basic Corneal Suturing Techniques

I. Can TURKEY

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FIND YOUR WAY.

Follow the Programme Tracks. Cataract Complications

Corneal Cross-Linking

Cornea Medical

Symposia

Glaucoma

Cornea Surgical

Laser Refractive Surgery

Young Ophthalmologists

See the Pocket Programme & the App for details


SATURDAY

22 September

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 17.30

CLINICAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIA The Best Patient Care is Based on Research Room A3

08.30 – 10.30

11.00 – 13.00

Myopia

Measuring Near and Intermediate Quality of Vision

Chairpersons: 08.30 08.45

O. Findl AUSTRIA R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

C. Klaver THE NETHERLANDS Epidemiology and genetics F. Schaeffel GERMANY Biological mechanisms

Chairpersons: 11.00

S. Plainis GREECE Assessing reading patterns

11.15

A. Glasser USA Quantifying accommodation

09.00 Discussion 09.10 09.25

D. Tan SINGAPORE Pharmacological prophylaxis P. Cho HONG KONG Contact lenses to slow progression

11.30 Discussion 11.40

A. Dexl AUSTRIA Standardising measurements of reading

11.55

G. Auffarth GERMANY Quantifying halos

09.40 Discussion 09.50 10.05

M. Dickman THE NETHERLANDS Scleral cross-linking M. Ullrich AUSTRIA Retinal detachment risk with lens surgery

12.10 Discussion 12.20

A. Pallikaris GREECE Quantifying quality of vision

12.35

P. Artal SPAIN Defining and measuring pseudoaccommodation

10.20 Discussion 10.30

End of session

12.50 Discussion 13.00

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B. Cochener FRANCE N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA

End of session


SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER

CLINICAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIA

13.30 – 15.30

15.30 – 17.30

Blue Sky Lens Research

Femtosecond Surgery

Chairpersons:

Chairpersons:

T. Kohnen GERMANY D. Spalton UK

G. Kleinmann ISRAEL M. Nubile ITALY

13.30

H. Burd UK Applying finite element engineering concepts to accommodation

15.30

H. Lubatschowski GERMANY Femtosecond laser technology and the eye: scientific basis and current technologies

13.45

D. Goldberg USA Functional anatomy of the zonule

15.45

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Refractive surgery: the current state of femtosecond laser surgery

14.00 Discussion 14.10

S. Shah UK Femto lentotomy

14.25

M. Korenfeld USA An encore for presbyopia

14.40 Discussion 14.50

R. Quinlan UK Lanosterol treatment of cataract

15.05

K. Zhang USA Stem cell regeneration of the lens

15.20 Discussion 15.30

16.00 Discussion 16.10

L. Mastropasqua ITALY Corneal surgery and femtosecond laser surgery: from keratoplasty to stromal addition

16.25

H. Reitsamer AUSTRIA Femtosecond laser cataract surgery: a technique which is still evolving?

16.40 Discussion 16.50

G. Sauder GERMANY Nanolaser technology: current state

17.05

I. Pallikaris GREECE New perspectives and future directions of laser technology for the anterior segment

End of session

17.20 Discussion 17.30

End of session

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 17.45

EBO Accredited see p.158

REFRACTIVE SURGERY DIDACTIC COURSE Room A4

Part 1: Diagnostic Techniques

Part 3: Therapeutic Techniques: Corneal Surgery

Moderators:

Moderators:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND C. Roberts USA

J. Alió SPAIN G. Grabner AUSTRIA

08.30

D. Siganos GREECE Patient selection

14.30

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Surface ablation techniques

08.45

F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Corneal topography

14.50

J. Alió SPAIN Topo and wavefront-guided ablations

09.05

G. Kymionis GREECE Lasers in refractive surgery

15.10

V. Katsanevaki GREECE LASIK complications

09.25

C. Roberts USA Biomechanics of the cornea

15.30

F. Malecaze FRANCE Laser refractive surgery for presbyopia

09.45

M. Morral SPAIN IOL calculation strategies

15.50

T. Kohnen GERMANY Incisional corneal procedures

10.00

R. Applegate USA Quality of vision evaluation

16.05

R. Bellucci ITALY LASIK: surgical technique

10.20 Break

16.25

B. Cochener FRANCE Small lenticule extraction

Part 2: Therapeutic Techniques: Intraocular Surgery

16.45

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND Cross-linking and refractive surgery

Moderators:

17.05

D. Touboul FRANCE Intracorneal ring segments

17.25

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Intrastromal inlays (biological and synthetic)

17.45

End of session

J. Güell SPAIN A. Marinho PORTUGAL

10.30

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA Discussion of case reports

10.50

A. Marinho PORTUGAL Phakic IOLs

11.10

P. Rosen UK Refractive lens exchange

11.30

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Toric IOLs

11.50

O. Findl AUSTRIA Multifocal and EDOF IOLs

12.10

J. Güell SPAIN Refractive reoperations and enhancements

12.30 Break

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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Voting via the ‘ESCRS Vienna 2018’ app


SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 16.00

YOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS PROGRAMME Starting Phaco Including ‘Learning from the Learners’ (video cases submitted by young ophthalmologists) Room A5 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: A. Celebi TURKEY, S. Elferink THE NETHERLANDS

09.45

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Capsulorhexis, hydrodissection

Video Authors: S. Banerjee INDIA, A. Jayarathna SRI LANKA, D. Rascevskis LATVIA, A. Youssef TUNISIA

10.30 – 12.40

Discussants: L. Benjamin UK, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

10.30

O. Findl AUSTRIA Phacoemulsification I: getting a crack

Video Authors: P. Agarwal UAE, S. Balendra UK, N. Refaat EGYPT, S. Sadiq PAKISTAN, R. Sarosh INDIA, A. Shinton UK, F. Stefanon ITALY

11.15

L. Benjamin UK Phacoemulsification II

Video Authors: A. Davidson UK, S. Whitlow IRELAND

11.55

F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Intraocular lenses: tricks

Video Authors: R. Chaudhary INDIA, N. Gandhi INDIA

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: R. Chaudhary INDIA, Z. Khatib INDIA

15.10

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

Video Authors: A. Narang INDIA, H. Vannadil INDIA

16.00

End of session

12.40 Break

?

Send your questions to the chairpersons via the ‘ESCRS Vienna 2018’ app

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 09.30

10.30 – 12.30

Instructional Courses

Instructional Courses

IC01* Basic microsurgical suturing techniques for beginners (B)

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

EBO

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

Lehar 2

B. Malyugin RUSSIA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, E. Assia ISRAEL, V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA, A. Crandall USA, S. Yamane JAPAN

Strauss 1

IC03

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

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

Strauss 2

IC04

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

A. El Danassoury SAUDI ARABIA, S. Daya UK, S. Tolees SAUDI ARABIA

Strauss 3

IC05

Glaucoma surgery: modern perspectives (A)

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

Room A7

This course is organised by the European Glaucoma Society

IC06* Corneal cross-linking therapy (I)

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

Room A2

IC07* Basic phacoemulsification (Part 1) (B)

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

Lehar 1

IC08

The transition from cataract surgery to refractive cataract surgery (A)

R. Morris UK, P. Rosen UK, A. Shortt UK

Lehar 4

IC09* LASIK: basic steps for safety and great results (I)

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

Lehar 3

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

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11.00 – 13.00

14.00 – 16.00

ESCRS/EUCORNEA SYMPOSIUM

ESCRS/EURETINA SYMPOSIUM

Corneal Cross-Linking: Current Status and Future Perspectives

The Diabetic Eye

Hall A1 Chairpersons:

R. Bellucci ITALY (ESCRS) J. Hjortdal DENMARK (EUCORNEA)

11.00

C. Roberts USA Biomechanics of cross-linking

11.15

T. Seiler SWITZERLAND Techniques and results

11.30 Discussion 11.40

F. Malecaze FRANCE Topography-guided cross-linking

11.55

G. Kymionis GREECE PRK and cross-linking for keratoconus

12.10 Discussion 12.20

L. Lim SINGAPORE LASIK with cross-linking

12.35

M. Dickman THE NETHERLANDS New cross-linking techniques

12.50 Discussion 13.00

End of session

Hall A1 Chairpersons:

B. Cochener FRANCE (ESCRS) S. Wolf SWITZERLAND (EURETINA)

14.00

C. Stehouwer THE NETHERLANDS New concepts and treatments of diabetes

14.15

R. Finger GERMANY Epidemiology of diabetic eye diseases in Europe

14.30 Discussion 14.40

M. la Cour DENMARK Timing and preparation for cataract surgery

14.55

M. Nubile ITALY The impact of diabetes on the ocular surface

15.10 Discussion 15.20

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Postsurgical CME: strategies for prophylaxis and treatment

15.35

A. Laidlaw UK Combined surgery in diabetic retinopathy: indications and outcomes

15.50 Discussion 16.00

End of session

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER


SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 15.00

14.30 – 16.30

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

Instructional Courses

Trends in Refractive Surgery Poster Village: Pod 1 Moderators:

14.00

14.08

14.16

14.24

14.32

14.40

14.48

V. Katsanevaki GREECE S. Srinivasan UK

J. Zhao, Y. Gao, T. Han, H. Miao, Y. Zhao, L. Zeng, X. Zhou CHINA Three year observation of microdistortions in Bowman’s layer after SMILE for myopia M. Li, X. Zhou CHINA An experimental study on femtosecond laser-assisted corneal allogenic lenticule transplantation combined with collagen cross-linking in rabbits

Conquering capsule complications: my best teaching videos (I)

D. Chang USA, R. Yeoh SINGAPORE

IC11

New concepts and research on keratoconus (A)

A. Barbara ISRAEL, C. Roberts USA, M. Belin USA, R. Ambrosio BRAZIL, D. Gatinel FRANCE, A. Marcovich ISRAEL

Strauss 1

Strauss 2

IC13

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

M. Senjab SAUDI ARABIA, A. Cummings IRELAND, M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND

Room A7

I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE The effect of pregnancy on refractive parameters following LASIK/PRK

IC14* Explanting IOLs and refixating secondary IOLs (I)

A. Ivarsen, A. Gyldenkerne, J. Hjortdal DENMARK Factors influencing the outcome of small incision lenticule extraction for myopic astigmatism

E. Torres-Netto, A. Saad, D. Gatinel SWITZERLAND Bowman’s topography-guided excimer laser ablation using photorefractive keratectomy in mild irregular corneas: a contralateral eye study E. Bigdon, N. Steinhorst GERMANY Surgically-induced astigmatism in clear lens extraction and implantation of a multifocal lens: a refractive and vector analysis S. Den, T. Yamaguchi, D. Tomida, K. Higa, E. Miki, I. Toda, J. Shimazaki JAPAN Alteration in protein and cytokine levels in the aqueous humor in eyes with implantation of irisfixated anterior chamber phakic intraocular lens

14.56 Discussion 15.00

IC10

End of session

C. Mehta INDIA, Z. Biro HUNGARY, K. Mehta INDIA, E. Assia ISRAEL, S. Daya UK, M. Piovella ITALY

Room A2

IC15* Basic phacoemulsification (Part 2) (B)

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

Lehar 1

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, M. Morral SPAIN

Lehar 2

IC17*

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery: time to shine (B)

K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND, Z. Khoueir LEBANON, B. Pajic SWITZERLAND, S. Dorairaj USA, A. Tatham UK, F. Ruefer GERMANY

Lehar 4

IC18* PRK, LASEK and Epi-LASIK (B)

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND, I. Pallikaris GREECE

IC19

Management of paediatric cataracts (A)

Lehar 3

A. Vasavada INDIA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA

Stolz 1

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

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.30

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION EDOF IOLs Poster Village: Pod 1 Facilitators: 15.00

15.05

15.10

15.15

M. Shajari GERMANY G. Steinwender AUSTRIA

M. Gil, C. Varon, G. Cardona, J. Buil SPAIN Visual quality, quality of life, and spectacle independence with 6 multifocal IOLs (AcrySof ReSTOR SV25T0, Tecnis ZKB00, Tecnis ZLB00, AT LISA 809M, AT LISA Tri 839MP, Tecnis Symfony ZXR00) and one monofocal IOL (Tecnis ZA9003), 6 months after cataract intervention H. Sasaki, M. Kita, N. Shibata, S. Shibata, H. Ishida, E. Kubo JAPAN Postoperative visual acuity estimation of extendeddepth-of-focus intraocular lens by novel fellow eye self-tuning (FEST) method R. Arra, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction after hybrid micro-monovision using extended-range-of-vision IOL in one eye and monofocal IOL in contralateral eye M. Packer, K. Venkateswaran USA Optical properties of a novel monofocal extendeddepth-of-focus IOL compared with a conventional bifocal extended-depth-of-focus IOL

15.20

L. Zabala, T. Ferreira, J. Pinheiro, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Comparative analysis of clinical outcomes of a monofocal and an EDOF IOL in eyes with previous myopic LASIK

15.25

J. Vukich USA Correcting corneal astigmatism with a non-toric IOL

15.30

S. Srinivasan, Z. Koshy UK Posterior segment visualisation in eyes with smallaperture intraocular lens

15.35

S. Hannan, D. Teenan UK Impact of residual astigmatism on performance of premium multifocal intraocular lenses

15.40

S. Hashemian IRAN Clinical outcomes after bilateral implantation of a new extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens

15.45

R. Lapid-Gortzak, A. Martinez THE NETHERLANDS Multicenter clinical investigation of visual function after bilateral implantation of two presbyopiacorrecting trifocal IOLs

15.50

T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria-Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Visual and refractive results after RayOne® Trifocal (Rayner®, UK) preloaded intraocular lens implantation for presbyopia correction

15.55

C. Palomino, D. Carmona, A. Castillo, M. Romero SPAIN Comparison of defocus tolerance between premium IOLs

16.00

F. Ribeiro, T. Ferreira, L. Zabala, T. Monteiro PORTUGAL Clinical outcomes of cataract surgery with a new presbyopia-correcting intraocular lens

16.05

E. Mrukwa-Kominek, A. Bonczar, M. Chrzaszcz, A. Urgacz-Lechowicz POLAND Innovative presbyopia correction with AcrySof IQ Panoptix IOL: own results

16.10

Y. Burkhanov, M. Bikbov, O. Orenburkina RUSSIA Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery with implantation of trifocal IOLs

16.15

M. Piovella, B. Kusa ITALY Trifocal technology IOLs to correct refractive defects and presbyopia after cataract surgery

16.20

U. Oberheide, A. Grafov, H. Weigand, O. Kermani GERMANY Ray tracing simulations for small-aperture and toric IOLs in keratoconus eyes

16.25

D. Stanila, A. Panga, A. Stanila ROMANIA Patients’ satisfaction level in lens surgery with multifocal lens implantation

16.30

End of session

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.30

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Glaucoma Poster Village: Pod 2 Facilitators: 15.00

15.05

15.10

C. Pedrosa PORTUGAL V. Qin BELGIUM

V. Yip, H. Wong, V. Yong, B. Lim, O. Hee, J. Cheng, L. Yip SINGAPORE Optical coherence tomography angiography of optic disc and macula vessel density in glaucoma and healthy eyes K. Rycman, D. Barchanowska, E. Filipek, G. Fijalkowska, L. Nawrocka, D. Pojda-Wilczek POLAND Diagnostics of juvenile glaucoma with the use of ganglion cell complex and electrophysiological examination S. Mahmah, N. Haouari, M. Terahi ALGERIA A review of ICE syndrome features: should we always follow the classic definition?

15.15

L. Choritz, K. Mansouri, H. Thieme GERMANY Non-contact telemetric IOP measurement via implantable pressure sensor: results from the ARGOS-02 trial

15.20

F. Dolz Güerri, O. Pujol Carreras, A. Herranz Cabarcos, I. Alarcon Valero, J. Armentia Perez de Mendiola, A. Matheu Fabra SPAIN When the ophthalmologist becomes a detective

15.25

S. Lee, S. Kim, J. Lee, S. Lee SOUTH KOREA Intraocular pressure and the component of metabolic syndrome in healthy young Koreans

15.30

A. Mahmoud, N. Abroug, S. Zina, F. Gatfaoui, B. Jelliti, S. Attia, M. Khairallah TUNISIA Angle-closure glaucoma in young patients with Goldmann-Favre Syndrome: a report of 4 cases

15.35

A. Chiu, A. Ansari, D. Mathews UK Phacoantigenic glaucoma following uncomplicated cataract surgery

15.40

F. March de Ribot, A. March de Ribot, P. Gomez Faina, X. Nunez, T. Sellares, J. Gracia SPAIN Pupillary block glaucoma after uneventful cataract surgery

15.45

F. Topouzis, M. Nicolela, F. Lerner, K. Bell, A. Tatham, P. Denis, I. Goldberg, A. Ridolfi, D. Hubatsch GREECE Twice-daily brinzolamide 1%/brimonidine 0.2% fixed-dose combination as adjunctive to prostaglandin analogue in patients with open-angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension: a multinational, multicenter, Phase IV, randomised, 6 week study

15.50

D. Gousia, M. Tsatsos, U. Faridi UK To XEN or to phaco XEN?

15.55

M. Economou, T. Snaebjörnsson Arnljóts SWEDEN iStent inject® trabecular micro-bypass implantation as a stand-alone procedure or in combination with phacoemulsification cataract surgery: 6 month retrospective case review

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16.00

S. Stunf Pukl SLOVENIA XEN gel implant: how to make it more efficient

16.05

J. Dabad Moreno, R. Cordero Ros, C. Lavin Dapena, A. Ramos Castrillo, R. Langa Hontoria, R. Montejano Milner SPAIN XEN in secondary glaucoma after congenital cataract surgery

16.10

P. Harasymowycz, J. Lapointe CANADA Evaluation of second-generation trabecular microbypass stents in patients with mild to severe glaucoma: a Canadian study

16.15

T. Snaebjörnsson Arnljóts, M. Economou SWEDEN iStent inject® trabecular micro-bypass implantation vs microinvasive Kahook dual-blade goniotomy both combined with phacoemulsification: early 4 month results

16.20

I. Pastukh, T. Zimina, U. Diomin, N. Goncharova, U. Pastukh UKRAINE Surgical treatment of neovascular glaucoma secondary to central retinal vein occlusion

16.25

Y. Abdalla, L. Faraj, A. Rotchford, A. King UK The incidence of late onset blebitis/endophthalmitis: a retrospective case series

16.30

End of session


SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.30

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Refractive Poster Village: Pod 3 Facilitators:

W. Luboń POLAND S. Wagner POLAND

15.00

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

15.05

D. Hipólito Fernandes, M. Luis, S. Crisostomo, G. Neri Pires, V. Maduro, J. Feijao, N. Alves PORTUGAL High-order aberrations of the cornea after DSAEK and their relationship with graft thickness

15.10

15.15

15.20

L. Martinez Perez, R. Tourino Peralba, L. Pena Madrid, I. Gonzalez Conde, M. Rodriguez Ares SPAIN Safety and efficacy of two techniques for management of astigmatism post keratoplasty A. Turnbull, E. Karmiris, A. Konstantopoulos, P. Hossain, D. Anderson UK Piggyback sulcus toric or non-toric lens implantation to reduce refractive error and astigmatism after penetrating keratoplasty in pseudophakic eyes M. Garcia-Gonzalez, J. Garcia-Perez, J. Gros-Otero, L. Alvarez-Rementeria Capelo SPAIN Transepithelial phototherapeutic keratectomy and topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy with coadjuvant use of mitomycin C for the treatment of a central deep corneal scar

15.25

M. Ibarz, R. Aguejas, P. Fornas, P. Tana SPAIN Topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy with mitomycin C for the treatment of subepithelial corneal infiltrates after epidemic keratoconjunctivitis: case report

15.30

L. Zeng, J. Zhao, Y. Chen, X. Han, J. Shang, X. Zhou CHINA A 20 year observation: multiple PTKs for a pedigree of corneal dystrophy with R124L mutation

15.35

M. Kubrak-Kisza, K. Kisza, M. Nanavaty UK Impact of categorising keratoconus as central, paracentral, or peripheral based on pachymetry or keratometry on progression parameters

15.40

J. Mello Amaral, R. Ambrosio BRAZIL Asymmetric intracorneal ring segment (ICRS) implantation and Athens Protocol for keratoconus

15.45

R. Bakshi INDIA Clinical results of patients treated with corneal collagen cross-linking vs corneal collagen cross-linking combined with Intacs

15.50

I. Kuderka, P. Nikolai BELARUS Intrastromal paralimbal implantation of donor corneal segments in patients with progressive keratoconus

15.55

Y. Klimesova, P. Studeny, N. Magdalena CZECH REPUBLIC Corneal tissue lenticules from ReLEx SMILE for the correction of keratoconus: case reports

16.00

D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, T. Ax, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Three year results after femtosecond laser-assisted circular keratotomy as a treatment for keratoconus stage I-II: comparison with (iontophoresis-assisted) corneal cross-linking

16.05

R. Ambrosio, H. Momeni-Moghaddam, P. Padmanabhan, M. Salomao, J. Ferreira-Mendes, B. Lopes BRAZIL External validation study of the corneal tomography and biomechanical index for enhanced ectasia detection

16.10

K. Aliferis, M. Wardani, N. Voulgari, A. Petrovic, D. Tabibian, K. Hashemi, G. Kymionis SWITZERLAND Keratoconus-like topographic changes in patients with irregular inferior epithelial thickening documented by anterior segment optical coherence tomography (ASOCT) epithelial map

16.15

P. Rævdal, A. Iversen, J. Hjortdal, A. Vestergaard DENMARK Detection of corneal biomechanical changes using the ocular response analyzer: a contralateral comparison of eyes treated with ReLEx FLEX and ReLEx SMILE for moderate to high myopia

16.20

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Hyperopic LASIK combined with higher-fluence topography-customised application of CXL irradiation

16.25

A. Plaka, N. Tsakalis, C. Skatharoudi, A. Pallikaris, I. Aranjelovic, C. Siganos GREECE Corneal epithelial ingrowth after Presbia inlay insertion: a case report

16.30

End of session

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 16.00 – 18.00

VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON CHALLENGING CASES Cataract Surgery: 40 Years and Still Learning! Hall A1 Chairperson:

R. Osher USA

Preoperative Challenges

Postoperative

A. Armia EGYPT Creating a pupil after 20 years

A. Agarwal INDIA Another nightmare

J. Novak CZECH REPUBLIC 3 implants in 1 capsule

Y. Mostafa EGYPT IOL? Capsule? Or in between?

S. Bhattacharjee INDIA IFIS and CataRock

M. Nanavaty UK Opacified IOL or capsular membrane?

V. Kenia INDIA Uveitis with peripupillary membranectomy

N. Anisimova RUSSIA Capsular contraction with prolapsed haptic

A. Barsam UK Small eye… big problem

S. Basti USA Capsular fibrosis to recenter bag

T. Rivero SPAIN Alport syndrome with lenticonus S. Goel INDIA Pre-existing posterior capsule opening D. Megur INDIA, A. Kshetrapal INDIA, M. Ghosh INDIA Posterior polar cataract: 3 situations

Intraoperative S. Saha INDIA Blue cornea N. Ray INDIA Stuck! L. Daniel Raj Ponniah INDIA Injection episiotomy A. Mostafa Abdelrahman EGYPT Injecting the injector A. Ganguly INDIA Anterior capsule tear: did I do that? M. Lee MALAYSIA Coloboma with PC tear rescue

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17.00 – 18.00 Instructional Courses IC20

IC21 NEW

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

Strauss 1

Fuchs’ endothelial dystrophy: new concepts about pathophysiology and treatment – Descemet’s membrane stripping with or without keratoplasty, and which kind of keratoplasty: DSAEK or DMEK? (I) V. Sarnicola ITALY, S. Hannush USA, C. Sarnicola ITALY, R. Fogla INDIA, E. Sarnicola ITALY

Strauss 2

IC22 NEW

Residual astigmatism after toric intraocular lens implantation: what to do next? (I)

O. Findl AUSTRIA, P. Hoffmann GERMANY, N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS, N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA

Updates on dry eye diagnosis and management with expert case discussions (I)

S. Barabino ITALY, M. Rolando ITALY, E. Messmer GERMANY

IC30 NEW

Integrating traditional and new age digital marketing for millennial success (I)

T. Evans USA

Stolz 1

Stolz 2

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

Strauss 3

IC23

Microinvasive glaucoma surgery (I)

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

Room A7

IC24 NEW

Laser refractive surgery (Young Ophthalmologist Course) (B) V. Diakonis USA, B. Bostanci Ceran TURKEY, G. Steinwender AUSTRIA, C. Lisa SPAIN

Room A2

IC25 EBO

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

S. Arshinoff CANADA

IC26

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

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

Lehar 1

Lehar 2

IC27

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

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

IC29

Lehar 4

IC28* Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis: from indications to innovations (A)

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

Lehar 3

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SATURDAY

SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER


Ridley Medal Lecture 2018 Sunday 23 September 10.00 – 10.50 Hall A1

Rudy Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Facts First!

R

udy MMA Nuijts is Professor of Ophthalmology, Vice-Chairman, and Director of the Cornea Clinic and the Center for Refractive Surgery at the University Eye Clinic Maastricht, Maastricht University Medical Center (MUMC), the Netherlands.

He was a research fellow at Emory Eye Center, Atlanta (Head Prof. H.F. Edelhauser) in 1989 and 1993 where he pioneered the etiology of toxic endothelial cell destruction after cataract surgery (now called TASS, Toxic Anterior Segment Syndrome) and initiated research into sustained transscleral drug delivery. His research interests are in the field of corneal surgery and innovations in cataract and refractive surgery. He is (co-)author of more than 200 publications, (co-)promotor of 15 PhD students and has given more than 300 invited lectures. From 2012 to 2018 he headed the ESCRS PREMED Study that evaluated the preferred medical regimen for PREvention of Macular EDema after cataract surgery. He is chairman of the Netherlands IntraOcular Implant Society (NIOIC), treasurer of the Dutch Corneal Society, board member of EuCornea, and director of the ESCRS, where he also serves as chairman of the Corneal Committee.


SUNDAY

23 September

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SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 17.50

EBO Accredited see p. 158

WORKSHOP ON VISUAL OPTICS Stolz 2

SUNDAY

Chairpersons:

I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

Part 1 Visual Behaviour (Visual Function)

Part 2 Visual Optics

Moderators:

Moderators:

R. Applegate USA P. Artal SPAIN

08.00 Welcome 08.05

R. Applegate USA Retinal image quality

Discussion 08.30

I. Pallikaris GREECE Presbyoptics

Discussion 08.55

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

Discussion 09.20

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

Discussion 09.50

P. Artal SPAIN Visual function assessment using adaptive optics

Discussion 10.15

H. Ginis GREECE Modelling visual function

Discussion 10.40

Break for Main Symposium in Hall A1: Glaucoma for the Cataract Surgeon

13.00

Lunch break

13.30

I. Pallikaris GREECE M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM

F. Van de Velde BELGIUM Light propagation in the eye

Discussion 13.55

S. Marcos SPAIN Aberrations of the optical system

Discussion 14.25

A. Glasser USA Optics of crystalline lens and accommodative response

Discussion 14.50

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM IOL optics

Discussion 15.15

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

Discussion 15.40

T. Olsen DENMARK IOL power calculation

Discussion

Part 3 Imaging the Human Eye Moderators: 16.10

D. Gatinel FRANCE A. Pallikaris GREECE

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

Discussion 16.35

C. Roberts USA Measuring the biomechanics of the cornea

Discussion 17.00

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

Discussion 17.25

D. Gatinel FRANCE Corneal topography challenges

Discussion 17.50

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End of session


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Phakic IOLs Room A3 Chairperson:

S. Morselli ITALY

Co-Chairperson:

L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto SPAIN

08.00

P. Neves Cardoso, C. Madeira, S. Perestrelo, J. Macedo, F. Falcao-Reis PORTUGAL Foldable Artiflex phakic intraocular lens for the correction of myopia: results after 3 years

08.06

S. Jonker, A. Van Averbeke, T. Berendschot, I. Saelens, N. Bauer, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Long-term survival analysis of iris-fixated phakic intraocular lenses

08.12

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

08.18 Discussion 08.28

L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto, C. Lisa, B. Alfonso-Bartolozzi, J. Alfonso SPAIN Implantable collamer lens with a central hole: three years of follow-up

08.34

G. Sachdev INDIA Comparative analysis of refractive predictability and safety of two models of phakic posterior chamber intraocular lenses for the correction of myopia and myopic astigmatism

08.40

Q. Hong, Z. Miyun, C. Yueguo, X. Ke, L. Tianshu, M. Boping, M. Baikai CHINA A comparison of visual quality after posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens with a central hole implantation and femtosecond laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis for correction of moderate-to-high myopia

08.46

X. Wang, H. Miao, X. Chen, L. Niu, F. Zhao, X. Zhou CHINA Comparison of refractive outcomes and optical quality after implantable collamer lens with a central hole implantation and femto-second laser small incision lenticule extraction for low to moderate myopia

08.52

L. Niu, H. Miao, M. Li, X. Zhou CHINA Comparison of optical quality and intraocular scattering after ICL V4c implantation and SMILE for high myopia

09.14

S. Patel, M. Bohac, A. Biscevic, M. Koncarevic, N. Gabric UK Unexpected rotation of the implant is the likely source of refractive surprises between one and three years after implantation of toric implantable contact lens (TICL)

09.20

B. Ke, P. Wang, M. Li, Y. Yuan, X. Hu, B. Ke CHINA Retinal measurements using optical coherence tomography angiography imaging before and after ICL

09.26

F. Gonzalez-Lopez, R. Bilbao-Calabuig, B. Mompean SPAIN Determining the potential role of crystalline lens rise in the decision-making process of lens sizing in phakic intraocular collamer lens surgery

09.32

I. Silva PORTUGAL Dynamic evaluation of the Visian ICL® vault using optical coherence tomography

09.38

M. Tomita JAPAN Refractive and visual outcomes with diffractive posterior chamber implantable phakic contact lens (IPCL) for presbyopia treatment: one year follow-up

09.44 Discussion 10.00

End of session

08.58 Discussion 09.08

P. Campos, B. Feijoo, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Aberrometry changes following implantable collamer lens implantation and laser in situ keratomileusis for low-grade myopia

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SUNDAY

Free Paper Forum: Podium 1


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 09.45

FREE PAPER SESSION Evolution in FLACS & Phaco Technology Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 2 Chairperson:

Z. Nagy HUNGARY

Co-Chairperson:

C. Schweitzer FRANCE

SUNDAY

08.00

08.06

C. Schweitzer, N. Hayes, A. Brezin, B. Cochener, P. Denis, P. Pisella, A. Benard FRANCE Visual and refractive outcomes of femtosecond laser cataract surgery for different cataract severity grades in a randomised controlled trial: the FEMCAT study P. Mattei, L. Toto, E. D’Ugo, L. Vecchiarino, G. Falconio, L. Mastropasqua GERMANY All-laser cataract surgery and femtosecond laser phacoemulsification surgery: long-term follow-up of corneal trauma

08.12

S.P. Chee, M. Wong SINGAPORE Comparison of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) and conventional phacoemulsification (PE) on dense cataracts: a randomised controlled trial

08.18

N. Piravej, R. Neuhann, T. Neuhann GERMANY Using the free floating anterior capsule for corneal endothelium protection during femtosecond laserassisted cataract surgery

08.24 Discussion 08.33

A. Koul, N. Shroff, R. Dutta, G. Singh, K. Priya INDIA Impact of capsulorhexis architecture on IOL position: does femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) have an edge?

08.39

I. Kulikov, N. Pashtaev, P. Svetlana RUSSIA Comparison of clinical and functional results after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) and conventional phacoemulsification cataract surgery (CPCS) on patients with lens subluxation

08.45

T. Akahoshi JAPAN New phaco prechopper

08.51

D. Antono, B. Budiman , A. Kartiwa INDONESIA Torsional and longitudinal phacoemulsification in type 2 diabetic patients: which one is better for the corneal endothelial cells?

08.57

M. Jackson, V. Kolesnitchenko, A. Pilon USA Effect of multi-burst modality on ultrasound exposure and fluidics in the setting of a vacuum-based phacoemulsification system

09.03 Discussion 09.14

G. Sauder, P. Mattei GERMANY Short-term effect of two cataract surgery methods: phacoemulsification and photofragmentation

09.20

S. Srivastava, S. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, V. Vasavada INDIA Impact of anterior chamber fluctuations during phacoemulsification on the anterior vitreous face behavior

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09.26

E. Assia ISRAEL Active maintenance of chamber stability throughout surgery

09.32

J. Ng, D. Vaideanu-Collins UK Incidence and practical management of dropped nuclei

09.38 Discussion 09.45

End of session


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Medical Cornea & Biomechanics Room A3 Chairperson:

B. Frueh SWITZERLAND

Co-Chairperson:

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA

08.00

P. Bänninger, S. Voegeli, L. Bachmann, L. Faes, K. Iselin, C. Kaufmann, M. Thiel SWITZERLAND Variability of tear osmolarity measurements with TearLab System in healthy subjects: systematic review

09.42

R. Gutierrez-Bonet, J. Ruiz Medrano, M. Catanese, Y. Sadeghi, E. Gabison, J. Ruiz-Moreno SPAIN Macular choroidal thickening in keratoconus patients: swept-source optical coherence tomography study

08.06

S. Benchekroun, R. El Hadiri, R. El Hachimi, O. Cherkaoui MOROCCO Subconjuctival injection of triamcinolone in the treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction

09.48

P. Ahuja, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, S. Sethu, P. Khamar INDIA What drives eye rubbing in keratoconus: a molecular biomarker study

08.12

İ. Özer Stillman, P. Hossain, J. Markowitz, J. Meunier, C. Joseph, C. Siffel, P. Marquis USA Eye dryness score is a useful single-item instrument to assess severity of dry eye symptoms: data from a UK patient survey

08.18

K. Shih, H. Wai, V. Jhanji, L. Tong HONG KONG Prevalence and severity of smartphone addiction and dry eye disease in university students

08.24

M. Malvankar-Mehta, N. Au, A. To, R. Mather CANADA Sleep outcomes in patients with dry eye disease

09.54 Discussion 10.00

End of session

08.30 Discussion 08.45

E. Torres-Netto, S. Kling, B. Spiru, W. Sekundo, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND Does Bowman’s layer influence corneal biomechanics?

08.51

M. Francis, P. Khamar, R. Dalal, R. Chandapura, R. Shetty, R. Nuijts, A. Sinha Roy INDIA Predicting the unpredictable with a novel computational method: corneal biomechanics after refractive surgery

08.57

R. Vaishnav, R. Shetty, A. Roy, P. Khamar, M. Francis INDIA A story of unwanted outcomes: biomechanics of corneal cross-linking in keratoconic eyes

09.03

S. Koh, R. Ambrosio, R. Inoue, N. Maeda, A. Miki, K. Nishida JAPAN Detection of corneal ectasia using corneal tomographic and biomechanical assessment

09.09

E. Kreps, L. Vermeulen, C. Koppen BELGIUM Do scleral lenses reduce the need for corneal transplants in severe keratoconus?

09.15 Discussion 09.30

A. Zilfyan, A. Abovyan ARMENIA Matrix metalloproteinase-9 as a marker of keratoconus diagnostics

09.36

S. Bagaglia, C. Mazzotta ITALY Keratoconus progression in patients with allergy and elevated surface matrix metalloproteinase 9 point-of-care test

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SUNDAY

Free Paper Forum: Podium 3


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Primary & Secondary Ectasia Room A4 Chairperson:

P. FourniĂŠ FRANCE

Co-Chairpersons: F. Carones ITALY J. Hjortdal DENMARK

SUNDAY

08.00

F. Carones, L. Vigo ITALY Corneal microectasia after laser refractive surgery: a new observation

08.06

P. Khamar, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, A. Roy, S. Sethu, A. Nair, M. Francis INDIA Novel altered stromal molecular pathways associated with post SMILE ectasia

08.12

R. Ambrosio, B. Lopes, S. Schallhorn, J. Schallhorn, D. Reinstein, L. Jose Marcelo, A. Machado BRAZIL The enhanced ectasia susceptibility score (EESS) for predicting ectasia risk prior to LASIK

08.18 Discussion 08.30

A. Elsebaey EGYPT Results of 320o ICRS in central and paracentral keratoconus

08.36

I. Mokdad, W. Chanbour, E. Jarade LEBANON Long-term safety, stability, outcomes, and implantation technique of more than two ICRS in one eye, or implantation of two adjacent rings of different diameters in the same side of the cornea, for the treatment of advanced keratoconus

08.42

P. Rodrigues, S. Coscarelli, J. Gomes, D. Freitas, F. Moura BRAZIL Mild/high myopia correction with intrastromal ring followed by PRK in patients with post-refractive surgery ectasia risk

08.48

M. Abdellah, H. Ammar EGYPT Femtosecond laser implantation of a 355-degree intrastromal corneal ring segment in keratoconus: 1 year follow-up

08.54

T. Fernandes, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Complications of intracorneal ring segment implantation in the treatment of keratoconus: a comparative study between manual and femtosecond laser-assisted surgery

09.00

J. Kruger SOUTH AFRICA Outcomes of combined Keraring and corneal crosslinking in a South African private practice

09.06 Discussion 09.18

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S. Mahuvakar, V. Lg, R. Shetty, P. Khamar, A. Sinha Roy INDIA Topo-guided removal of epithelium in keratoconus (TREK) combined with cross-linking: a true personalised treatment protocol

09.24

E. Sunay, F. Helvacioglu, O. Kavalcioglu, A. Akyurt, S. Kaya, T. Akin TURKEY Three year outcomes of keratoconus management with corneal wavefront-guided normalisation combined with corneal cross-linking stabilisation

09.30

X. Zhou, M. Li CHINA Tissue addition for post-LASIK ectasia by implanting a lenticule after SMILE

09.36

D. Badoza, M. Cosentino, M. Doxastakis ARGENTINA Toric posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens implantation: visual results in keratoconic eyes vs nonkeratoconic eyes

09.42

Y. Shiuey USA Long-term results of a foldable, non-penetrating, artificial cornea for treatment of non-inflammatory corneal blindness

09.48 Discussion 10.00

End of session


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Toric IOL Calculations & Alignment Room A5 Chairperson:

M. Morral SPAIN

Co-Chairpersons: T. Ferreira PORTUGAL L. Gauthier FRANCE 08.00

M. Goggin, B. LaHood, S. Beheregaray AUSTRALIA Comparing accuracy: total keratometry on the IOLMaster 700 with Goggin nomogram-adjusted anterior keratometry

08.06

G. Barrett AUSTRALIA Toric IOL prediction utilising measured vs theoretical prediction of posterior corneal astigmatism

08.12

T. Ferreira, F. Ribeiro, P. Ribeiro, J. O’Neill PORTUGAL Predictability of different strategies to consider total corneal astigmatism in cataract surgery with a toric intraocular lens

08.18

F. Ribeiro, T. Ferreira, C. Relha, C. Esteves, S. Gaspar PORTUGAL Predictability of different calculators to minimise postoperative astigmatism after the implantation of a toric intraocular lens

08.24

08.30

08.36

09.10

N. Mamalis, N. Ellis, J. Heczko USA ASCRS/ESCRS survey on foldable IOLs requiring explantation or secondary intervention: 2017 update

09.16 Discussion 09.20

Z. Khatib, S. Haldipurkar, V. Shetty, M. Setia INDIA Verion vs manual marking and smartphone-assisted manual marking in toric IOL implantation

09.26

T. Ohashi JAPAN Accuracy of eye tracking function of image-guided system (Verion®)

09.32

S. Patwardhan, N. Patwardhan, M. Jadhav INDIA Retroillumination image marking: novel method of toric IOL reference axis marking

09.38

C. Kern, L. El Kaissi, K. Kortuem, M. Shajari, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer GERMANY Evaluating the refractive outcome of a standard industry calculator for toric intraocular lens calculation

T. Shimoda, G. Shimoda, G. Shimoda BRAZIL New option of marking the corneal incision and lens axis during femto cataract surgery (LDV Z8, Ziemer) and toric IOL implantation

09.44

X. Chen CHINA Evaluation of astigmatism calculation with Barrett formula by using three different devices

M. Dimitry, H. Naveed, R. Krishnan, T. Poole UK How accurately does the VICTUS femtosecond laser register axis without marking for astigmatic keratotomies?

09.50 Discussion

J. Vryghem BELGIUM Refractive prediction accuracy after intraocular lens implantation in eyes following myopic or hyperopic laser in situ keratomileusis: comparison of two calculation methods

10.00

End of session

08.42 Discussion 08.46

M. Raimundo, J. Gil, A. Rosa, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL Prediction of residual astigmatism using intraoperative wavefront aberrometry vs a toric IOL calculator

08.52

L. Gauthier, D. Smadja, V. Bart FRANCE Estimation of internal astigmatism using algorithm based on big data analysis

08.58

K. Teeluck, H. Oliphant, M. Nanavaty UK Refractive astigmatism following toric intraocular lens implantation without consideration of posterior corneal astigmatism

09.04

L. Tutchenko, S. Patel, O. Voytsekhivskyy, O. Horak, M. Skovron UKRAINE The dynamics of the astigmatic cornea: total astigmatism of the cornea, resulting from vector analysis of corneal front and back surfaces, before and after routine cataract surgery

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SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 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) EBO

C. Roberts USA, S. Klyce USA, D. Koch USA, D. Epstein SWITZERLAND, B. Ventura BRAZIL

Strauss 1

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

Lehar 3

IC32

Stabilising the subluxated lens: a medley of rings, segments and suture techniques (B)

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

K. Mehta INDIA, E. Assia ISRAEL, Z. Biro HUNGARY, C. Mehta INDIA, J. Bovet SWITZERLAND

SUNDAY

Strauss 2

IC33

The management of complications encountered during cataract surgery (I)

R. Osher USA, G. Barrett AUSTRALIA

IC34

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

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

Strauss 3

Room A7

IC36* Manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS): a video-based primer (B) NEW

A. Chakrabarti INDIA, S. Jacob INDIA, D. Megur INDIA, S. Kodur INDIA

Lehar 1

IC37

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

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

Lehar 2

IC40

Improving astigmatic outcomes using toric IOLs, LRIs and refractive laser surgery (B)

N. Alpins AUSTRALIA, G. Stamatelatos AUSTRALIA, M. Goggin AUSTRALIA, D. Pinero SPAIN, D. Smadja FRANCE

Lehar 4

IC41 The very basic phaco course (B) NEW D. Spalton UK, R. Packard UK, A. Assaf EGYPT Lehar 5

IC53

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

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

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Room A2

Handouts available at www.escrs.org


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 08.30 – 18.00

09.30 – 11.00

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT MASTERCLASS

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

How to Master the Conversion Funnel: Marketing to Patients at Every Stage of Their Journey, From Information Seeking Through to Surgical Booking

Poster Village: Pod 1

FLACS A. Swampillai UK I. Yusuf UK

09.30

N. Mamalis, L. Werner, N. Ellis, J. Heczko, S. Enright, R. Alley, R. Sahler USA Evaluation of the biocompatibility of intraocular lens power adjustment using a femtosecond laser in the rabbit model

This masterclass, split into seven modules, is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and tools they need to increase the growth potential of their refractive surgery practices.

09.35

H. Rai, V. Wagh UK Tackling posterior polar cataract with FLACS: a prospective study

The masterclass will be delivered by Rod Solar and Laura Livesey of LiveseySolar Practice Builders. They will be encouraging delegates in attendance to share their ideas and experiences and to tell them what barriers they face when trying to grow their practices.

09.40 E. Chlasta-Twardzik, B. Weglarz, A. Nowinska, E. Wylegala POLAND Comparison of corneal morphology and posterior corneal surface evaluation after phacoemulsification surgery and femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

Among the topics to be discussed are:

09.45

D. Dzhaber, O. Mustafa, A. Mihailovic, M. Konovalova, Y. Daoud USA Comparison of visual outcomes and complications between conventional and femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

09.50

S. Hong SOUTH KOREA Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) in angle-closure glaucoma

09.55

M. Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, C. Pérez Casaseca, E. Espejo de los Riscos, G. Fernandez-Baca Vaca SPAIN Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in a public hospital: efficiency of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery vs conventional phacoemulsification

10.00

H. Ali, H. Naveed, T. Poole UK A qualitative study of surgeons’ experiences delivering femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery within the NHS

10.05

I. Belonozhenko, E. Sorokin RUSSIA The evaluation of IOL stabilisation after femtosecond laser-assisted phacoemulsification (PE) in cataract surgery complicated by weakness of the zonular lens support

10.10

R. Hernandez, G. Lopez Valverde, D. Soriano Pina, C. Almenara, B. Cordon Ciordia, M. Idoipe Corta, E. Del Prado Sanz SPAIN Learning curve influence after cataract surgery using VICTUS femtosecond laser platform

10.15

H. Hsu TAIWAN Optic atrophy in vitrectomized eye after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

10.20

F. Kretz, D. Breyer, D. Holland, M. Fischer, S. Abdassalam, M. Gerl, G. Auffarth GERMANY Comparison of different automated approaches for toric IOL alignment: femtosecond laser-assisted capsular markings vs digital visual guidance system

Stolz 1 L. Livesey UK R. Solar UK

• The growth formula that doubles clinic revenues • How to craft a statement of value that positions a clinic’s services and gives your ideal patients exactly what they want • The right and wrong way to use discounts in healthcare marketing • The two types of doubt almost every patient experiences • How to deploy an automated follow-up system that converts more leads into patients • A step-by-step plan to execute the ideas discussed in the masterclass Attendees will return to their practices with valuable, actionable take-home messages for the benefit of their practice staff and their patients. This masterclass works on a first come, first served basis.

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SUNDAY

Facilitators:


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Cross-Linking Poster Village: Pod 2 Facilitators:

SUNDAY

10.25

10.30

10.35

O. Mishchenko, N. Senchenko, T. Iureva, E. Tsirenzhapova RUSSIA The advantages of femtolaser-assisted cataract surgery in comparison with standard phacoemulsification in nucleus cataracts of high density H. Naveed, A. Lewis, R. Krishnan, H. Ali, M. Dimitry, T. Poole UK Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in the NHS J. Reñones, B. Estevez, J. Gonzalez, H. Carreras, V. Rodriguez, A. Anton SPAIN Retinal nerve fiber layer, minimal rim width, and macular thickness changes after femtosecond laserassisted lens surgery

10.40

M. Jackson USA Tensile strength of a novel femtosecond laser capsulotomy with capsular nubs to guide toric IOL alignment

10.45

C. Pérez Casaseca, M. Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, G. Fernandez-Baca Vaca, E. Espejo de los Riscos SPAIN Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in a public hospital: a single femtosecond laser platform for three different operation rooms

10.50

R. Ruíz-Mesa, A. Del Aguila-Carrasco, J. Ramirez-Espinoza SPAIN Comparison of efficacy in laser-assisted cataract surgery when reverting the order between lens fragmentation and capsulotomy

10.55

11.00

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D. Teenan, S. Hannan, D. Hannan, A. Laux UK Intrastromal femtosecond arcuate incisions with the Catalys system for correction of corneal astigmatism during femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS)

B. Bostanci Ceran TURKEY N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS

09.30

S. Chen CHINA Cross-linking for post-LASIK corneal ectasia: flap-on 3-minute and flap-off 30-minute protocol

09.35

B. Kambo, A. Belshi ALBANIA Accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) vs conventional corneal CXL for progressive keratoconus

09.40 A. Khalimov, M. Bikbov, N. Shevchuk RUSSIA Local levels of IL-1β and IF-α in patients with bullous keratopathy after UV-A corneal cross-linking 09.45

A. Kirgiz, M. Akdemir TURKEY Is high ultraviolet intensity in corneal collagen cross-linking effective for progressive keratoconus: two year results

09.50

M. Mirmohammad, S. Asgari, H. Hashemi, A. Mohamadi, E. Jafarzadehpur, S. Mehravaran, A. Fotouhi IRAN Scotopic contrast sensitivity and glare after accelerated corneal cross-linking

09.55

A. Pelit TURKEY Prognosis of the sterile corneal infiltrate after corneal collagen cross-linking in keratoconus

10.00

E. Torres-Netto, R. Shetty, H. Nagaraja, B. Knyazer, S. Chen, S. Kling, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND PACK-CXL multicenter trial: preliminary results

10.05

J. Warbey, S. Hamada UK Keratoconus progression following collagen crosslinking treatment in the paediatric population: what are the predicting factors?

10.10

C. Arce, C. Palmeira, C. da Rosa, A. Forseto, N. Pereira BRAZIL Custom corneal cross-linking guided by corneal tomography using scleral contact lenses to upload riboflavin, alcohol-damaged epithelium in selected steeper zones, and punched soft contact lenses to limit the UV light on identified flatter zones

10.15

M. Grentzelos, D. Liakopoulos, G. Kontadakis, C. Siganos, M. Tsilimbaris, I. Pallikaris, G. Kymionis GREECE Long-term comparison of combined transepithelial phototherapeutic keratectomy and corneal crosslinking vs corneal cross-linking with mechanical epithelial debridement for keratoconus

10.20

N. Kachuriak, N. Polunina, I. Kaplin UKRAINE Our experience of accelerated topography-guided corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus treatment

10.25

S. Kling, F. Hufschmied, E. Torres Netto, R. Zbinden, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND Quantitative antimicrobial efficacy of PACK-CXL for different bacterial strains as a function of UV fluence and irradiated volume

End of session


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Imaging Poster Village: Pod 3 C. Pedrosa PORTUGAL V. Qin BELGIUM

10.30

T. Kojima, T. Nishida, Y. Yoshida, Y. Mizuno, T. Nakamura, K. Ichikawa JAPAN Effects of rigid gas permeable contact lens use on the assessment of outcomes of corneal cross-linking for keratoconus

09.30

D. Gelen, T. Yildirim, I. Conrad-Hengerer, G. Auffarth, F. Hengerer GERMANY Accuracy and repeatability of ocular parameters obtained by the Pentacam AXL compared to the IOLMaster 700

10.35

G. Sachdev, S. Ramamurthy INDIA Safety and efficacy of photorefractive intrastromal crosslinking (PiXL) for the treatment of low myopia using epithelium-on approach with supplemental oxygen

09.35

E. Stangogianni, C. Stangogianni GREECE Factors affecting the accuracy and precision of intraocular lens power calculation with ocular biometric measurements vs immersion ultrasound biometry

10.40

X. Zhang CHINA Accelerated (45 mW/cm2) transepithelial corneal cross-linking for keratoconus patients: three year topographical and clinical outcomes

09.40 P. Fedor USA Actual IOL position (ALP) and effective lens position (ELP) in eyes with 0.5 D postoperative refractive error

10.45

M. Ziaei, A. Gokul, H. Vellara, J. Meyer, D. Patel, C. McGhee NEW ZEALAND Prospective 2 year study of changes in corneal density following corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus

10.50

L. Bataille, F. Cavas-Martinez, R. Alifa-Pintado, D. Fernández-Pacheco, K. Mena Guevara, J. Alió del Barrio, D. Piñero SPAIN Morphogeometric analysis of corneas treated with cross-linking and correlation with the patient quality of vision

10.55

S. Akkaya Turhan, B. Yargi, E. Toker, M. Yildiz, F. Baz, E. Ornek TURKEY The level of depression and anxiety in patients with keratoconus

11.00

End of session

09.45

C. Karabatsas, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Novel color-LED reflection topography: distribution and repeatability of corneal astigmatism measurements

09.50

D. Piñero Llorens, M. Caballero, V. Camps, D. de Fez, H. Fukumitsu SPAIN Intrasession repeatability of posterior corneal curvature and astigmatism measurements obtained with the Cassini topographic system

09.55

V. Vargas, J. Alió SPAIN Repeatability of crystalline lens thickness with a new anterior segment optical coherence tomography

10.00

M. Kang, K. Seo, Y. Ji SOUTH KOREA Evaluation of dry eye subtypes and characteristics using conventional assessments and dynamic tear interferometry

10.05

L. Tutchenko, S. Patel, O. Horak, V. Sanin, S. Kosuba UKRAINE The effect of cataract surgery on the refractive index of the cornea estimated by optical pachymetry

10.10

A. Almeida, G. Landim, R. Leda, E. Feijo, A. Pereira, A. Bittencourt BRAZIL Reliability of ARTmax and Progmax in diagnosing keratoconus

10.15

T. Kim, M. Kim, J. Kwag, J. Choi, K. Pak, K. Lee, T. Park, S. Chung, J. Hyun SOUTH KOREA The effect of orthokeratology lens on axial elongation in childhood myopia

10.20

N. Pircher, F. Beer, S. Holzer, M. Pircher, C. Hitzenberger, G. Schmidinger, J. Lammer AUSTRIA Co-/cross-polarised channel-supported limbus to limbus corneal epithelium (ET-) and Bowman layer thickness (BLT) mapping in keratoconic eyes and healthy eyes using large field of view (FoV-) polarisation-sensitive (PS-) optical coherence tomography

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SUNDAY

Facilitators:


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 10.00 – 10.50

OPENING CEREMONY Hall A1

Official Opening

SUNDAY

10.25

10.30

10.35

10.40

D. Piñero Llorens, R. Soto-Negro, A. Martinez-Abad, P. Ruiz-Fortes, R. Perez-Cambrodi, H. Fukumitsu SPAIN Differences in the corneo-scleral profile measured by Fourier domain profilometry between healthy, postLASIK, and keratoconus eyes M. Talebnejad, M. Nowrouzzadeh, M. Khalili IRAN Normative database of retinal nerve fiber layer thickness in normal children measured with spectral domain optical coherence tomography M. Sedaghat, H. Momeni-Moghaddam, R. Ambrosio, B. Lopes, J. Mello, Z. Danesh IRAN Corneal tomography changes after femtosecond laser-assisted ICRS for keratoconus M. Abdel Aziz EGYPT Corneal flap symmetry in the optical center using anterior segment optical coherence tomography: mechanical vs femtolaser flaps

10.45

O. Pujol, P. Garcia SPAIN Non-mydriatic camera for diabetic retinopathy screening in a primary health care center

10.50

B. Benito-Pascual SPAIN Confocal biomicroscopy in four patients with polichromatic corneal dystrophy

10.55

V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Macula capillary perfusion evaluation with spectral domain OCT and its correlation to HbA1C levels and clinical duration of diabetes mellitus

11.00

End of session

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10.00

Welcome from the President B. Cochener FRANCE (PRESIDENT, ESCRS)

10.10

Welcome from the local host O. Findl AUSTRIA (SECRETARY, ESCRS)

Peter Barry Fellowship 2018 10.15

Announcement of recipient B. Cochener FRANCE

Ridley Medal Lecture 2018 10.20

10.50

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Facts first!

End of ceremony


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 10.00 – 12.30

10.30 – 13.30

Instructional Course

Instructional Course

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

IC49* Schlemm’s canal surgery: ab-externo and abinterno (viscocanalostomy and canaloplasty) (A)

Lehar 3

10.30 – 12.30 Instructional Courses IC42

Managing phaco complications in rock hard cataracts (I)

K. Mehta INDIA, E. Assia ISRAEL, J. Bovet SWITZERLAND, Z. Biro HUNGARY, C. Mehta INDIA, S. Arshinoff CANADA

C. Peckar UK, R. Stegmann SOUTH AFRICA, N. Koerber GERMANY, M. Grieshaber SWITZERLAND, V. Jasinskas LITHUANIA, J. Kearney USA, M. Khaimi USA

Lehar 5

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

SUNDAY

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

Strauss 1

IC43

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, S. Haldipurkar INDIA, N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS

Strauss 2

IC44 EBO

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

Strauss 3

IC45

Corneal surgery assisted by femtosecond laser (I)

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

Room A7

IC46 IOL power calculation update by the IOL Power EBO Club (A)

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

Room A2

IC47 NEW

Customized cross-linking (I) T. Seiler SWITZERLAND, T.G. Seiler SWITZERLAND, R. Rajpal USA, A. Behndig SWEDEN, F. Malecaze FRANCE

Lehar 1

IC48

Ocular trauma assessment and management (I)

EBO

T. Rudolph SWEDEN, C. Jansen SWEDEN, K. Svedberg SWEDEN

Lehar 2

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SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 11.00 – 13.00

14.00 – 16.00

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

JOURNAL OF CATARACT & REFRACTIVE SURGERY SYMPOSIUM

Glaucoma for the Cataract Surgeon Hall A1 Chairpersons:

SUNDAY

11.00

S. Morselli ITALY D. Spalton UK

J. Tan USA Imaging aqueous outflow

Controversies in Cataract and Refractive Surgery Hall A1 Chairpersons:

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

11.15

G. Sunaric-Megevand SWITZERLAND Eagle eyes

11.30

Discussion

Intraoperative OCT for the anterior segment

11.40

T. Samuelson USA Intracanalicular and suprachoroidal devices

14.00

N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA We need it!

11.55

K. Barton UK Subconjunctival devices

14.15

M. Busin ITALY We don't need it!

12.10 Discussion 12.20

A. Fea ITALY New drugs and slow release devices

12.35

I. Stalmans BELGIUM Trabeculectomy revisited

12.50 Discussion 13.00

End of session

14.30 Discussion

Cataract and corneal transplantation 14.40

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Combined

14.55

D. Tan SINGAPORE Separated

15.10 Discussion

Corneal refractive surgery 15.20

T. Seiler SWITZERLAND The best outcome is after PRK

15.35

E. Donnenfeld USA The best outcome is after LASIK

15.50 Discussion 16.00

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End of session


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cataract Surgery & Glaucoma Room A3 Chairperson:

R. Bellucci ITALY

Co-Chairperson:

L. Burk USA 15.04

A. Bansal, L. Akshatha Ranganathan UK Initial experience with combined cataract surgery and minimally invasive glaucoma surgery: my first 100+ cases

K. Hayashi, M. Yoshida, T. Sato, S. Manabe, K. Yoshimura JAPAN Intraocular pressure elevation after cataract surgery and its prevention by oral acetazolamide in eyes with pseudoexfoliation syndrome

15.10

H. Ahmed Zein, M. Ginady, A. Mostafa EGYPT Combined phacocanaloplasty for open-angle glaucoma and cataract: 12 month results

S. Brogelli ITALY Unfavourable judgment of patients about results of cataract surgery caused by incorrect communication

15.16 Discussion

14.00

L. Burk, J. Gilmore USA Dual blade goniotomy and direct viscodilation of the collector channels combined with cataract surgery

14.06

14.12

14.18

R. Choudhry, S. Choudhry INDIA Comparison of short-term outcomes of phacotrabeculectomy with collagen matrix implant vs phacotrabeculectomy with mitomycin C in primary glaucoma

14.24

S. Hashemian IRAN Long-term outcomes of combined cataract extraction and trabeculotomy by the internal approach (trabectome) for coexisting cataract and open-angle glaucoma: 5 year follow-up

14.30

T. Samuelson USA A prospective randomised US IDE pivotal study of second-generation trabecular micro-bypass stents implanted in conjunction with cataract surgery

15.20

L. Khoo, S. Srinivasan UK Real-world experience with the first commercially available intracameral mydriatic and anaesthetic during cataract surgery

15.26

S. Guthrie, T. Jensen, R. Hartley, K. Ramaesh, D. Lockington UK Assessing the accuracy of intracameral phenylephrine preparation in cataract surgery

15.32

S. Balal, J. Than, C. Gizzi, G. Nithyanandara, A. Sharma UK Outcomes and management of the small pupil in cataract surgery: a single center experience

15.38

M. Mahendra, S. Mahendra INDIA Comparative analysis, management, and surgical outcome of intraoperative floppy iris syndrome (IFIS) associated with tamsulosin, alfuzosin, and silodosin

15.44

N. Anisimova, L. Arbisser, N. Sobolev, B. Malyugin RUSSIA Clinically significant intraoperative miosis in FLACS: risk factors and NSAID topical pretreatment impact

14.36 Discussion 14.40

A. Shradqa, V. Kumar, M. Frolov, G. Dushina, A. Bezzabotnov RUSSIA Reverse cyclodialysis and implantation of a novice stainless steel supraciliary implant in management of open-angle glaucoma in cataract patients

14.46

G. Dushina, V. Kumar, M. Frolov, A.S. Shradqa, A. Bezzabotnov RUSSIA Comparative study of the segmental dilation of Schlemm’s canal with Kumar’s 3rd generation Schlemm’s canal expander, combined with phacoemulsification and without

14.52

P. Martínez Lopez-Corell, R. Molina-Pallete, C. Martinez-Rubio, I. Placinta, J. Vila-Arteaga SPAIN Procedural steps for OMNI: a new surgical technique for glaucoma treatment in combination with cataract surgery

14.58

M. Gallardo USA Single-surgeon experience with ab interno trabecular micro-bypass stent implantation with concomitant cataract surgery in a predominantly Hispanic patient population with POAG: 2 year outcomes

15.50 Discussion 16.00

End of session

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SUNDAY

Free Paper Forum: Podium 1


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION LASIK I Room A3

SUNDAY

Free Paper Forum: Podium 2 Chairperson:

C. Albou-Ganem FRANCE

Co-Chairperson:

R. Krueger USA

14.00

D. Mathur, N. Shroff, R. Dutta, K. Kumar INDIA A fifteen year evaluation of keratometric, refractive, and visual outcomes in laser in situ keratomileusis for high myopia

15.20

M. Mimouni, I. Vainer, N. Assad, A. Nemet, T. Sela, G. Munzer, I. Kaiserman ISRAEL Incidence, indications, and outcomes of eyes needing early flap lifting following LASIK

14.06

Z. Jihong CHINA Predictors affecting myopic regression in -6.0 to -10.0 D myopia after laser-assisted sub-epithelial keratomileusis and laser in situ keratomileusis flap creation with femtosecond laser or mechanical microkeratome

15.26

S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA Management of irregular astigmatism after complicated small-incision lenticule extraction surgery

15.32

T. Han, F. Zhao, X. Chen, X. Zhou CHINA Disk halo size after small incision lenticule extraction

15.38

K. Mehta, C. Mehta INDIA Amblyopic management using femtosecond laser in situ keratomileusis in children 4 to 12 years of age

15.44

D. Abelski, I. Zabarouski, A. Haddad BELARUS Predicting troublesome post FemtoLASIK effects

15.50

M. Romero, A. Castillo, C. Palomino, D. Carmona SPAIN Visual quality analysis of LASIK using aspheric micromonovision ablation profile for presbyopic patients

14.12

A. Karimova, A. Doga, I. Mushkova RUSSIA Custom-Q ablation algorithm for FemtoLASIK in high myopia: three year results

14.18

M. Arbelaez, J. Arbelaez, S. Arba-Mosquera OMAN Myopia correction with transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy vs microkeratome and femtosecondassisted laser in situ keratomileusis: two year case-matched analysis

14.24 Discussion

15.56 Discussion

14.34

C. Sun, S. Chen, J. Huang TAIWAN Visual performance of patients with interface haze after femtosecond laser-assisted laser in situ keratomileusis

16.00

14.40

R. Bakshi, S. Parveen, S. Chaudhary INDIA Results of Contoura Vision vs wavefront-optimised femtosecond LASIK

14.46

F. Stojanovic, W. Zhou NORWAY Treatments of regression after myopic refractive surgery by use of transepithelial, topography, and epithelial thickness map: guided ablation

14.52

R. Krueger, V. De Stefano, C. Meister, G. Ehlke USA Advanced analysis of topography-guided LASIK treatment planning strategies

14.58

H. Matalia, C. Nandini, A. Garg, U. Choudhary, R. Chandapura, A. Sinha Roy INDIA Unmasking the differential wound healing of anterior corneal and Bowman’s surface after wavefront-guided LASIK

15.04 Discussion 15.14

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M. Taechajongjintana, N. Wongpitoonpiya, J. Supokawate, M. Chongchareon, J. Duangpatra THAILAND Incidence of intraoperative flap complications with 200 KHz femtosecond laser-assisted LASIK

End of session


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Surgical Cornea: Keratoplasty & Corneal Grafts Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 3 J. Güell SPAIN

Co-Chairperson:

P. Studeny CZECH REPUBLIC

14.00

N. Otero Areitio, A. Vilarrodona, E. Agusti, J. Peraza, O. Gris, R. Casaroli-Marano, E. Trias SPAIN Descemet’s membrane graft separation at Barcelona tissue bank: technique description, safety, and efficacy analysis through clinical follow-up

15.06

14.06

N. Cesario Pereira, A. dos Santos Forseto, H. Delloiagono, M. Wong, J. Pereira Gomes BRAZIL Outcomes of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty in patients with previous glaucoma

15.12 Discussion

14.12

M. Dickman, S. Dunker, M. Veldman, F. van den Biggelaar, T. Berendschot, B. Winkens, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Real-world outcomes of DMEK: a prospective Dutch national registry study

P. Studeny, Y. Klimesova, M. Netukova CZECH REPUBLIC Surgical outcomes of combined procedure Descement’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) and cataract surgery with vs without using ocular viscoelastic device (OVD)

SUNDAY

Chairperson:

15.24

H. Lee, J. Phee, A. Bardan, M. Nanavaty UK Outcomes of endothelial keratoplasty performed in combination with, before or after cataract surgery in Fuchs’ endothelial dystrophy

15.30

K. Pradhan, D. Reinstein, R. Vida, T. Archer, G. Carp NEPAL Femtosecond laser-assisted sutureless transplant for keratoconus with six month follow-up

14.18

E. Infantes Molina, J. Celis Sanchez, E. Avendao Cantos, D. Mesa Varona, J. Galváz Marte­nez, M. Pradas González, F. González del Valle SPAIN Three year graft survival: a comparison of survival of DALK, DSAEK, DMEK, and PK

15.36

M. Oliveira, T. Rodrigues, A. Rosa, J. Gil, E. Costa, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL Long-term efficacy and safety of topography-guided irregular astigmatism treatment after corneal transplantation: can we predict it?

14.24

L. Zumhagen, M. Alnawaiseh, P. Hoffmann GERMANY Changes in corneal tomography in DMEK patients compared to a healthy control group and the effect on IOL calculation

15.42

A. Montesel, R. Barraquer, F. Munoz Negrete, M. Teus, R. Gutierrez-Bonet, M. Maldonado, J. Alió SPAIN Corneal graft failure: a long-term retrospective multicentric analysis

14.30 Discussion

15.48 Discussion

14.42

L. Ham, A. Miron, L. Baydoun, I. Dapena, S. Oellerich, M. Bruinsma, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS In vivo endothelial cell density decline in the early postoperative phase after Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK)

16.00

14.48

S. Oellerich, L. Baydoun, I. Dapena, L. Ham, K. van Dijk, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Four year clinical outcome after Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK): results of the first 500 consecutive cases

14.54

R. Birbal, V. Zygoura, J. Parker, L. Ham, I. Dapena, L. Baydoun, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Outcomes of hemi-Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty for Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy

15.00

S. Dunker, M. Dickman, F. van den Biggelaar, R. Wisse, S. Nobacht, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Ultrathin Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (UT-DSAEK) vs Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK): preliminary results of a multicenter prospective randomised controlled clinical trial

End of session

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SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 14.15 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION EDOF vs Multifocal IOLs Room A4 Chairperson:

O. Findl AUSTRIA

SUNDAY

Co-Chairpersons: A. Barisic CROATIA L. Zabala PORTUGAL 14.15

R. Nuijts, V. Webers, N. Bauer, O. Creten, I. Saelens THE NETHERLANDS Clinical outcomes of a randomised controlled trial comparing two presbyopia-correcting IOL designs: Symfony extended-depth-of-focus IOL vs AT LISA trifocal 839MP IOL

15.14

14.21

M. Gil, C. Varon, G. Cardona, J. Buil SPAIN Visual acuity, defocus curves, and contrast sensitivity with 6 multifocal IOLs (AcrySof ReSTOR SV25T0, Tecnis ZKB00, Tecnis ZLB00, AT LISA 809M, AT LISA Tri 839MP, Tecnis Symfony ZXR00): 6 months after cataract intervention

15.20 Discussion 15.25

F. Cheong MALAYSIA Clinical outcomes of blending a trifocal intraocular lens with a bifocal lens in the fellow eye

15.31

F. Goes BELGIUM Visual performance and defocus after bilateral implantation of the new extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens Zeiss AT Lara 829MP

H. Tchah, M. Kim, C. Lee, J. Kim, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Short-term outcomes of mix-and-match implantation of extended-depth-of-focus and +3.25D near add diffractive multifocal intraocular lens

15.37

J. Kim, B. Ko, J. Kim SOUTH KOREA Clinical outcomes of bilateral mix-and-match implantation of an apodized diffractive multifocal intraocular lens

15.43

A. Kok Khiang MALAYSIA Visual outcome and patient satisfaction with blended vision of refractive rotational asymmetric intraocular lens (IOL) Oculentis Mplus X MF30 and Oculentis Mplus MF20

15.49

A. Barisic, N. Milicic, I. Dekaris, N. Gabric CROATIA Implantation of Tecnis Symfony extended-rangeof-vision intraocular lens after cataract surgery in patients with monofocal intraocular lens in other eye

14.27

14.33

14.39

M. Garcia-Gonzalez, J. Garcia-Perez, J. Gros-Otero, I. Contreras, L. Alvarez-Rementeria Capelo, V. Blazquez-Sanchez, J. Perez-Lanzac SPAIN Comparison of visual outcomes three months after cataract surgery with bilateral implantation of a trifocal (Panoptix®) vs an extended-depth-of-focus (EDOF, Symfony®) intraocular lens E. Pedrotti, F. Carones, P. Talli, A. Besutti, A. Galzignato, F. Selvi, E. Bonacci ITALY Comparison of clinical outcomes after bilateral implantation of an extended-range-of-vision and a trifocal intraocular lens

E. Hemkeppler, M. Böhm, K. Petermann, N. de Lorenzo, S. Schönbrunn, M. Herzog, T. Kohnen GERMANY Comparative analysis of subjective optical quality after bilateral implantation of two diffractive trifocal intraocular lenses and one extended-depth-of-focus lens following lens removal

14.45 Discussion

15.55 Discussion

14.50

L. Zabala, T. Ferreira, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Comparative analysis of tolerance to postoperative residual refractive error after implantation of trifocal Finevision and extended-range-of-vision Symfony intraocular lenses

16.00

14.56

M. Farvardin, Z. Farvardin, A. Attarzadeh, F. Rahat, R. Farvardin IRAN Comparison of visual performance and optical quality between a diffractive trifocal lens and an extendeddepth-of-focus lens

15.02

A. Das, S. Atheeshwar INDIA Visual quality outcome with trifocal, toric trifocal implants, and extended-range-of-vision (ERV) IOL implants: one year study

15.08

C. Bernhart, G. Kahraman, M. Amon, G. Mylonas, B. Wetzel AUSTRIA Comparison of optical performance and patient satisfaction with an extended-range-of-vision and a trifocal intraocular lens: a randomised prospective study

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End of session


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 15.00

14.15 – 16.15

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

VIDEO AWARDS SESSION

EDOF vs Multifocal IOLs

Announcement of the Winners of the 2018 Video Competition

Poster Village: Pod 1

Room C1

Moderators:

Chairperson:

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

S. Morselli ITALY F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

B. Cochener, C. Tanguy, N. Masurel FRANCE Impact of biomaterial change on the pioneer of trifocal diffractive intraocular lens

14.08

C. Canovas, G. Perez, M. State, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Optical and predicted visual performance of the next generation TECNIS Symfony intraocular lens

14.16

D. Gatinel, J. Loicq, C. Pagnoulle FRANCE Evaluation of the longitudinal chromatic aberration generated by diffractive IOLs

Judging Panel:

14.24

G. Labuz, P. Poompokawat, Y. Lee, G. Auffarth GERMANY Image quality metrics of an extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens assessed in polychromatic light condition

The first place video in each category, and the overall Michael Blumenthal Award winner, will be viewed and discussed during the session.

14.32

F. Kretz, D. Breyer, D. Holland, S. Abdassalam, I. Tarib, M. Gerl, G. Auffarth GERMANY Benefits of an enhanced-depth-of-focus intraocular lens to aspheric IOLs vs optical quality and visual side effect comparison: are monofocal IOLs still standard of care?

14.40

F. Carones, E. Pedrotti, L. Vigo ITALY Comparison of visual outcomes one year after bilateral implantation of an extended-range-of-vision and a trifocal intraocular lens

14.48

J. Alió, O. Al-Shymali SPAIN Multifocal intraocular lens exchange by a different multifocal technology: causes, visual outcomes, and patient satisfaction

SUNDAY

14.00

Cataract and refractive poster prizes, and the John Henahan Prize for Young Ophthalmologists, will also be awarded.

14.56 Discussion 15.00

End of session

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SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 14.30 – 16.30 Instructional Courses IC35

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

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

SUNDAY

Room A7

IC50

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

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

Strauss 1

IC51

Complications in LASIK: prevention and management (B)

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

Room C2

IC52

Toric IOLs: planning for success and dealing with failure (I)

M. Goggin AUSTRALIA, B. LaHood AUSTRALIA, P. Hoffmann GERMANY, L. van Zyl AUSTRALIA

Room C3

IC54

Visual field evaluation (I) F. Rowe UK

Room A2

IC55

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

Lehar 1

IC56

Endophthalmitis after cataract surgery (I) P. Montan SWEDEN, S. Kaynak TURKEY, T. Chan SINGAPORE, L. Cordoves SPAIN, S. Arshinoff CANADA

Lehar 2

IC57

Oculoplastic surgery for cataract and refractive surgeons (A)

V. Thalle UK, D. Paridaens THE NETHERLANDS, E. Dafgard-Kopp SWEDEN, Y. Ntountas GREECE

Lehar 3

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

IC58* Overview of phakic IOLs (I) EBO

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A. Marinho PORTUGAL, F. Carones ITALY, C. Budo BELGIUM, A. El Danassoury SAUDI ARABIA, P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

Lehar 4

IC59

EBO

Teaching statistics in the overall context of preparing and writing a scientific paper (B) D. Young UK, S. Corson UK

Lehar 5

Department of Mathematics & Statistics, University of Strathclyde, Scotland

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


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.30

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Toric Lenses & IOL Power Calculation Poster Village: Pod 1

15.00

15.05

15.10

15.15

A. Swampillai UK I. Yusuf UK

D. Holland, F. Ruefer, I. Matthaie GERMANY Results after cataract surgery of Precizon toric IOL in combination with the Cassini topographer for measurement of TCA and the RoboMarker for axis marking in a three month follow-up R. Lapid-Gortzak, M. Dickman, J. van der Linden, I. van der Meulen THE NETHERLANDS Six month outcomes with a novel trifocal toric hydrophobic IOL with an intermediate focus of 60 cm S. Nakano, T. Hiraoka, T. Oshika JAPAN Effect of posterior corneal astigmatism on surgical outcomes of toric intraocular lens implantation in eyes with oblique corneal astigmatism N. Shibata, A. Takayama, E. Shibuya, H. Sasaki JAPAN Influence of incision malposition and toric intraocular lens axis misalignment on surgically-induced astigmatism

15.20

A. Montesel, J. Alió del Barrio, A. Plaza-Puche, J. Alió SPAIN Evaluation of clinical outcomes and astigmatism vector analysis of the monofocal Precizon toric IOL for astigmatism correction

15.25

G. Lesieur FRANCE Analysis of a large series of MICS toric lenses: new concept in IOL design to optimise the results

15.30

O. Orenburkina, M. Bikbov, Y. Burkhanov, I. Nuriev RUSSIA Use of the digital system Verion in femtophacoemulsification with the implantation of toric IOLs

15.35

S. Daya, M. Espinosa Lagana, C. Sunga UK Outcomes of diffractive multifocal lens implantation following prior corneal laser ablative refractive surgery

15.40

Y. Nishi, K. Uemura, H. Sakata, N. Obase, J. Yamaguchi, K. Nishi, O. Nishi JAPAN Refractive error surprise after cataract surgery for an eye with KAMRA corneal inlay combined with LASIK

15.45

V. Camps, R. Fikry, E. Caravaca, F. Labib, V. Mateo, M. Caballero, D. Pinero SPAIN Comparison of four intraocular power calculation formulae in keratoconus eyes

15.50

S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA Outcomes of post-SMILE cataract surgery with multifocal IOL implantation

15.55

O. Orenburkina, M. Bikbov, I. Nuriev, D. Sarvarov RUSSIA Toric intraocular lenses for correction of astigmatism in non-standard cases of cataract surgery

16.00

O. Isakova, N. Lutsenko, O. Rudycheva UKRAINE First results of toric intraocular lens implantation in cataract surgery complicated by pseudoexfoliation syndrome

16.05

S. Al Rabiah, H. Al Rabiah KUWAIT New reliable method for post-LASIK IOL power calculation

16.10

D. Tutayev, S. Kopayev, I. Kulikov, A. Verzin RUSSIA Monolateral intraocular correction of corneal astigmatism with enVista toric in patients with agerelated cataracts and low grade amblyopia

16.15

T. Teshigawara, A. Meguro, N. Mizuki JAPAN Comparison of tendency and accuracy in predicted postoperative refraction and recommended IOL (intraocular lens) power between IOLMaster and Verion

16.20

I. Duras UKRAINE Results of toric intraocular lens calculation in patients with dry eye syndrome

16.25

Discussion

16.30

End of session

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Facilitators:


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.30

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Refractive Surgery New Techniques/ Instrumentation/Devices I Poster Village: Pod 2

SUNDAY

Facilitators:

A. Kalužákov CZECH REPUBLIC M. Sajdikova CZECH REPUBLIC

15.00

A. Titov RUSSIA Comparison of efficacy and stability of ReLEx SMILE and LASIK in correction of myopia and myopic astigmatism

16.10

P. Cañadas, C. Bouza, P. Drake, A. Katsanos, R. Aranda, I. Rodri­guez-Perez, A. Parafita SPAIN Keratocyte density after LASIK flap creation using different femtosecond lasers

15.05

H. Sitnik, A. Haddad, D. Abelski BELARUS Femtosecond laser surgery for the correction of high post-keratoplasty astigmatism: a case series

16.15

15.10

D. Abelski, I. Zabarouski, T. Imshanetskaya BELARUS Comparison of aspheric and wavefront-guided FemtoLASIK results in groups formed by propensity score matching method

N. Alpins, M. Arbelaez, S. Arba-Mosquera AUSTRALIA LASIK outcomes comparing vector planning to manifest refraction for the treatment of myopic astigmatism

16.20

H. Hasani IRAN Stereoacuity changes after transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy in anisometropia

15.15

B. Acar, S. Acar TURKEY Effect of laser energy level on visual outcome and higher-order aberrations in SMILE for high myopia

16.25

15.20

S. Brar INDIA Gas-bubble escape sign: new intraoperative sign to predict optical quality after SMILE

R. Araújo-Miranda, J. Carlos Nieto, E. Fernandez, M. Roig, P. Hernandez, E. Alfonso, C. Peris-Marti­nez SPAIN Clinical and topographic outcomes of topographyguided surface ablation in highly aberrated corneas

16.30

End of session

15.25

A. Hamid, S. Vaswani, J. Dermott, A. Hartwig, R. Morris, A. Shortt, C. O’Donnell UK Comparative outcomes of small incision lenticule extraction and femto LASIK treatments

15.30

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Topography-modified refraction (TMR): partial to total adjustment of treated cylinder amount and axis provided by topography data measured vs using the standard clinical refraction in myopic topographyguided LASIK

15.35

E. Manche, J. Roe USA Wavefront-optimised vs wavefront-guided LASIK using a high resolution aberrometer: one year results

15.40

T. Om Parkash, S. Mahajan, R. Om Parkash INDIA Evaluation of endothelial cell count after LASIK with and without the concurrent use of accelerated collagen cross-linking in myopes

15.45

S. Taneri, S. Kiessler, A. Rost, T. Schultz, H. Dick GERMANY SMILE for the correction of high myopia

15.50

X. Zhou, M. Li CHINA Five year results of small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) and femtosecond LASIK (FS-LASIK) for myopia

15.55

I. Carneiro, A. Marta, M. Lume, M. Pinto PORTUGAL Artiflex toric foldable phakic intraocular lens for the correction of moderate to high myopia: five year follow-up results

16.00

M. Hlaváčková, E. Richter CZECH REPUBLIC Refractive solution for high myopia

16.05

T. Om Parkash, S. Mahajan, R. Om Parkash INDIA LASIK difficulties in a case of epithelium basement dystrophy

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SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.30

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Training & Quality of Vision Poster Village: Pod 3 B. Lorente Bulnes SPAIN S. Palkovits AUSTRIA 16.05

S. Praveen, H. Naveed, N. Nair, L. Bhat, G. Menon UK Simulators in cataract surgery training: a literature review

L. Marino, D. Micochero, P. Sivelli, D. Borroni, M. Ferronato ITALY The 3D near-vision test for near vision examination in paediatric patients without polarised glasses: first applications for the evaluation of the level of stereopsis

16.10

S. Verma, J. Sawali, S. Wijetilleka, C. Gunasekera UK Eye care in the intensive care unit: a study looking into corneal exposure awareness among healthcare professionals in intensive care

E. Karakosta, G. Malouta, T. Vachtsevanos GREECE A comparison of hand-held, table-mounted autorefractors, and retinoscopy in children among different group ages

16.15

M. Henriquez, L. Izquierdo Jr, M. Hadid, C. Maldonado, J. Chauca PERU Subclinical keratoconus and forme fruste keratoconus: a systematic review of the existent literature about definitions and discriminative criteria

16.20

N. Voutsas GREECE Introducing the term QALY on the therapy of diabetic macular edema with anti-VEGF using as a database the patients of a tertiary hospital of central Greece

16.25

S. Bagaglia, P. Frezzotti ITALY In vivo confocal microscopy of morpho-functional correlation and surgical outcome of filtering blebs in glaucoma patients: 2 year follow-up

16.30

End of session

15.00

A. Arora, D. Wang, S. Nazarali, L. Sawatzky, M. Schlenker, I. Ahmed, P. Gooi CANADA Novel minimally invasive glaucoma surgery training models: corneal rim and tack driver

15.05

15.10

15.15

S. Guthrie, C. Goudie, D. Lockington UK Surveying Scottish ophthalmic trainees’ experience with the use of 3 piece IOLs for cataract surgery

15.20

S. Kazemi, F. Ghorbanalizadeh, M. Amozadeh, A. Moradi, A. Shojaee-Baghini, F. Noorizadeh, S. Sobhani IRAN The comparison of A-mode, B-mode biometry, and IOLMaster for axial length measurements in determination of intraocular lens

15.25

G. Vakros, M. Dehabadi, R. Jones, H. Abdalla UK Evaluating the refractive outcomes of older generation formulas in predicting the intraocular lens power required for insertion during cataract surgery by comparing it with new generation formulas

15.30

E. Stangogianni, C. Stangogianni GREECE Efficacy of nepafenac 0.3% plus dexamethasone 0.1% vs dexamethasone alone in prevention of Irvine-Gass syndrome after cataract surgery

15.35

M. Niestrata-Ortiz, J. Tolia, E. Papavasileiou UK Significantly decreased contrast sensitivity in cataract patients despite good visual acuity

15.40

K. Shih, J. Yang, A. Fok, C. Liao, J. Lai HONG KONG Comparison of visual acuity and glare-affected visual acuity as predictors for vision-related quality of life and fall risk

15.45

M. Balgos, A. Plaza-Puche, P. Yebana, J. Alió SPAIN Comparison of the Sirius (Placido’s disk + Scheimpflug tomography) topographer and the MD-SD-OCT ‘MS-39’ (Placido’s disk + spectral domain OCT) topographer

15.50

A. Corrales Benitez, P. Arriola Villalobos SPAIN Study of light scattering and corneal densitometry in patients with pterygium

15.55

M. Mahr, J. Erie USA Normal distribution of iTrace estimated angle alpha in a cataract surgery patient population

16.00

N. Dergacheva, I. Medvedev, D. Pokrovskiy RUSSIA Vision function recovery during virtual occlusion based on 3D technology programme in patients with refractive amblyopia

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SUNDAY

Facilitators:


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 16.15 – 18.15

VIDEO SYMPOSIUM ON SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS ‘You Make the Call’ Real-Time Reactions of Experts to Unseen Videos Hall A1

SUNDAY

Chairpersons:

M. Amon AUSTRIA D. Chang USA O. Findl AUSTRIA R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

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: Y. El-Shabrawi AUSTRIA, B. Malyugin RUSSIA

Panellists: B. Little UK, R. Menapace AUSTRIA

16.15

Case 1: Rock hard lens with zonulopathy (D. Chang)

17.15

Case 5: Sliding lens (O. Findl)

16.30

Case 2: Capsular contraction syndrome (R. Nuijts)

17.30

Case 6: Decreased vision after piggyback multifocal: toric IOL (R. Nuijts)

Panellists: R. Bellucci ITALY, S. Mennel AUSTRIA

Panellists: A. Abri AUSTRIA, E. Assia ISRAEL

16.45

Case 3: Late onset of Argentinian flag (M. Amon)

17.45

Case 7: Post-traumatic repair of luxated IOL (M. Amon)

17.00

Case 4: Difficult rhexis (O. Findl)

18.00

Case 8: PCR in multifocal IOL patient (D. Chang)

18.15

End of session

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Voting keypads available during this session


SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 16.00 – 18.00

16.30 – 18.00

YOUNG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS SESSION

FREE PAPER SESSION

Targeting Emmetropia in Cataract Surgery

Room A3

Room A6

Free Paper Forum: Podium 1 A. Panico ITALY F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

Things you need to consider before surgery 16.00

N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS What is emmetropia?

16.15

V. Diakonis GREECE Let’s measure the eye

16.30

V. Qin BELGIUM Formulas to be applied: normal and complex cases

16.45 Discussion 17.00

S. Palkovits AUSTRIA Choosing the best IOL for each patient

Chairperson:

J. Fernández SPAIN

Co-Chairperson:

A. Saad LEBANON

16.30

D. Teenan, J. Venter, S. Hannan UK Clinical and patient reported outcomes of a low near add diffractive multifocal IOL

16.36

T. Kohnen, A. Martinez GERMANY Multicenter visual outcomes evaluation of a novel trifocal presbyopia-correcting intraocular lens: 12 month postoperative results

16.42

K. Alarfaj SAUDI ARABIA Visual outcomes and patient satisfaction with a trifocal diffractive intraocular lens

16.48

P. Baptista, V. Lages, L. Malheiro, D. Jose, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Brochado PORTUGAL AT LISA® tri839MP vs AcrySof® IQ PanOptix™: comparative analysis of qualitative and quantitative visual outcomes

16.54

O. Reitblat, A. Levy, G. Kleinmann, E. Assia ISRAEL Clinical experience and comparison of trifocal and trifocal-toric intraocular lenses (IOLs)

17.00

S. Stebnev, V. Stebnev, N. Skladchikova RUSSIA Results of implantation of trifocal intraocular lenses

Things you need to consider during surgery 17.15

M. Severinsen DENMARK

Things you need to consider after surgery 17. 30

B. Bostanci Ceran TURKEY

17.45 Discussion 18.00

End of session

17.06 Discussion 17.15

F. Poyales, N. Garzón, B. Orté­z de Zarate, R. Pérez-Izquierdo SPAIN Comparison of clinical outcomes after bilateral implantation of hydrophobic and hydrophilic trifocal lenses with similar optic parameters

17.21

M. Espinosa Lagana, S. Daya, C. Sunga, D. Heilpern UK Outcomes of a toric trifocal diffractive intraocular lens in 264 eyes

17.27

Z. Nagy, H. Kiss HUNGARY Comparison of clinical outcomes after implantation of trifocal lenses with same optic but different material (hydrophobic and hydrophilic) in the same patient

17.33

J. Fernández, M. Rodriguez-Vallejo, A. Tauste, J. Martinez, D. Pinero SPAIN Parameters related to the visual performance achieved with high and low addition trifocal intraocular lenses

17.39

G. Lopez Valverde, R. Hernandez Vian, A. Fanlo Zarazaga, E. Del Prado Sanz, A. Mateo Orobia, A. Gavin Sancho, M. Idiope Corta SPAIN Halometer comparison between patients with AMO Tecnis Toric Aspheric ZCTT IOL and AMO Tecnis 1 ZCB00 IOL after cataract surgery

17.45

J. Blanckaert BELGIUM A multifocal IOL with new trifocal technology

17.51 Discussion 18.00

End of session

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SUNDAY

Chairpersons:

Multifocal IOLs


SUNDAY

SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION

FREE PAPER SESSION

SMILE

Infections

Room A3

Room A3

Free Paper Forum: Podium 2

Free Paper Forum: Podium 3

Chairperson:

B. Cochener FRANCE

Chairperson:

M. Labetoulle FRANCE

Co-Chairperson:

M. Dirisamer AUSTRIA

Co-Chairperson:

I. Can TURKEY

16.30

A. Aguayo, C. Kranemann CANADA Refractive lenticule extraction: Canadian series 18 month outcomes

16.30

S. Kivanc, B. Akova Budak, G. Gultekin, M. Kivanc TURKEY Microbial status of the unopened ophthalmic drops

16.36

P. Hagen, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, T. Ax, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Impact of bio-mechanical indices on visual outcome up to five years after refractive lenticule extraction (ReLEx) SMILE

16.36

S. Saha, J. Sengupta, A. Khetan INDIA Use of a nested polymerase chain reaction system for diagnosis of ocular infectious diseases

16.42

M. Lakshmipathy, L. Therese INDIA Florouquinolone sensitivity in conjunctival flora in preoperative cataract surgery in a tertiary care hospital in Chennai, South India

16.48

B. Qin, M. Li, Y. Shen, X. Zhou CHINA Suction loss during small-incision lenticule extraction performed by a single surgeon: incidence, management, outcomes, and risk factors

S. Lee, C. Cho, D. Kim SOUTH KOREA Clinical analysis of bacterial keratitis according to culture positivity

16.54

16.54

G. Carp, D. Reinstein, T. Archer, R. Vida UK Suction stability management in SMILE: decision tree for managing eye movements and suction loss

C. Cho, S. Lee, N. Choi SOUTH KOREA Clinical analysis of Staphylococcal keratitis according to coagulase positivity

17.00

S. Edakhlon, A. Kumar, G.S. Pillai INDIA In vitro activity of moxifloxacin against conjunctival flora

17.00

D. Reinstein, T. Archer, R. Vida, G. Carp UK Aborted SMILE due to false plane creation and strategy for subsequent removal based on corneal layered pachymetry imaging

16.42

16.48

J. Thind, D. Nahar INDIA SMILE (small incision lenticule extraction) procedure in 1000 eyes: learning curve, safety, and visual outcome

17.06 Discussion 17.12

C. Ta, D. Hwang, W. Liu, B. Oliver, A. Narvekar USA Novel design of three randomised controlled trials to investigate the clinical efficacy and safety of povidoneiodine/dexamethasone ophthalmic suspension in adenoviral and bacterial conjunctivitis

17.18

B. Knyazer, Y. Krakauer, M. Abu Tailakh, T. Lifshitz, F. Hafezi ISRAEL The therapeutic effect of accelerated photoactivated chromophore corneal cross-linking (PACK-CXL) compared to the standard antibiotic therapy in infectious keratitis

17.24

J. Kirk, D. Gunn, K. Darcy UK Infective keratitis and chronic anterior uveitis induced by a marine bristleworm cheta corneal foreign body injury: a case report

17.30

R. Van Landeghem, B. Foets, S. Desmet, M. Vanhaecke, M. Hua BELGIUM Atypical mycobacterial interface infection after Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty

17.36

O. Vasilyeva, V. Kurenkov, S. Aksenova RUSSIA Long-term results of treatment of the patient with cytomegalovirus anterior uveitis using cyclosporine eye drops in combined therapy

17.42

N. Rajan, K. Narendran INDIA Intracameral moxifloxacin for endophthalmitis prophylaxis

17.06 Discussion 17.18

M. Dirisamer, J. Siedlecki, M. Siedlecki, N. Luft, D. Kook, B. Mayer, S. Priglinger AUSTRIA First direct comparison of surface ablation vs CIRCLE for enhancement after myopic SMILE

17.24

L. El Maataoui, A. Raiss MOROCCO A new step in SMILE surgery to differentiate the posterior and anterior lenticular planes

17.30

M. Smorawski, J. Wierzbowska POLAND Bimanual lenticule extraction in SMILE

17.36

J. Siedlecki, N. Luft, W. Mayer, D. Kook, B. Meyer, S. Priglinger, M. Dirisamer GERMANY CIRCLE enhancement after myopic small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE)

17.42

T. Seiler, P. Krishna, G. Bhavatharini, T. Seiler SWITZERLAND Lenticule intrastromal keratoplasty (LIKE) for hyperopia correction: 1 year follow-up

17.48 Discussion 18.00

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17.48 Discussion 18.00

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SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

17.00 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION

Instructional Courses

Room A4 Chairperson:

D. Spalton UK

Co-Chairpersons: A. Dmitriew POLAND I. Pallikaris GREECE 16.30

16.36

16.42

16.48

16.54

17.00

S. Yaguchi, H. Bissen-Miyajima, S. Yaguchi JAPAN Experimental evaluation of lens capsule retention using capsular tension ring and iris retractor with 120 degrees of zonular dehiscence M. Piovella, G. Scaltrini ITALY Precision pulse capsulotomy technology: reducing the capsulorhexis complication rate

17.21

17.27 17.33

17.39

17.45

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

Strauss 1

IC61 NEW

Pull-through DMEK (A) M. Busin ITALY, J. Beltz AUSTRALIA, V. Scorcia ITALY, C. Bovone ITALY

Room C2

IC62 Cataract surgery in coexisting corneal pathology (A) M. Balidis GREECE, B. Allan UK, V. Maurino UK

S. Daya, R. Packard, S. Chee UK Comparison of elasticity and fracture strength of manual, femtosecond laser, and selective laser capsulotomies

IC63 NEW

Cataract surgery and IOL calculations in the setting of corneal disease (B)

R. Packard, P. Stodulka UK Clinical investigation of a new laser device to assess its efficacy and safety for the creation of anterior capsulotomies in cataract patients

E. Chan AUSTRALIA, R. MacIntyre AUSTRALIA, J. Beltz AUSTRALIA, A. Ang AUSTRALIA

L. Spekreijse, T. Berendschot, H. Beckers, N. Visser, R. de Crom, C. Webers, R. Nuijts, I. Saelens THE NETHERLANDS Cataract surgery in eyes with a pre-existent posterior capsule rupture after intravitreal anti-VEGF injections

M. Schojai, B. Dick, T. Schultz GERMANY Safety and feasibility of the primary posterior laser capsulotomy

D. Schartmüller, S. Schriefl, C. Leydolt, R. Menapace AUSTRIA Posterior capsule opacification of two hydrophobic, acrylic intraocular lenses: a 3 year follow-up M. Nanavaty, I. Zukaite, J. Salvage UK Edge profile of commercially available square-edged intraocular lenses: part 2 A. Dmitriew, W. Adamski, J. Kociecki POLAND What happens in the vitreous? G. Lesieur FRANCE IOL design and material influence in Nd:YAG laser rates for a large series of MICS IOL implantations I. Pallikaris, G. Kontadakis GREECE A new endocapsular open ring for prevention of anterior and posterior capsule opacification: 5 year results Y. Nishi, K. Uemura, H. Sakata, N. Obase, J. Yamaguchi, K. Nishi, O. Nishi JAPAN Updated postoperative YAG capsulotomy rates for aftercataract following femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in Japanese eyes

17.51 Discussion 18.00

Keratitis from bacterial keratitis to herpetic and acanthamoeba infections: treatment protocol and management challenges (I)

17.06 Discussion 17.15

IC60

SUNDAY

Capsular Management

Room C3

Room A7

IC64

Wavefront optics for the non-mathematician (I)

G. Prakash UAE, V. Jhanji USA

IC65 NEW

Intraocular magnifying lenses for patients with macular degeneration (I)

Room A2

EBO

S. Srinivasan UK, G. Scharioth GERMANY, N. Nielson Niels DENMARK, F. Vargas Martin SPAIN

Lehar 1

IC66

Ocular surface masterclass: what’s new in diagnosis and management of dry eye, ocular rosacea, allergic eye disease and cicatrising conjunctivitis for the cataract surgeon (A)

V. Saw UK, E. Messmer GERMANY, J. McCulley USA, A. Leonardi ITALY

Lehar 2

IC67 Demystifying biometry with the Barrett IOL NEW calculator (I)

T. Wee SINGAPORE, G. Barrett AUSTRALIA, R. Yeoh SINGAPORE

Lehar 3

IC68 MIGS: surgical indications and complications NEW management (A)

A. Prinz AUSTRIA, H. Reitsamer AUSTRIA, Z. Khoueir LEBANON

IC78

Intracorneal rings for keratoconus and postLASIK ectasia (I)

D. Touboul FRANCE, G. Reggiani Mello BRAZIL, W.J. Dupps USA

Lehar 4

Lehar 5

(A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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Inaugural ESCRS Heritage Lecture Thomas Neuhann GERMANY "The Capsulorhexis"

Monday 24 September 10.30 | Hall A1 The ESCRS Heritage Lecture has been established to acknowledge the important history of anterior segment surgery. The inaugural lecture will be given by Professor Thomas Neuhann, ESCRS President from 1998-1999. Professor Neuhann will focus on the invention and evolution of the capsulorhexis, a key step in modern cataract surgery, and one which represented a significant advance on previous methods used to open the anterior capsule. Thomas Neuhann attended medical school at the universities of Munich and Lausanne and graduated in 1970, in which year he also obtained the degree of Dr med. (MD). After his internship he obtained his license to practice medicine and, after one year of residency in internal medicine, completed his residency in ophthalmology at the University Eye Clinic of Heidelberg from 1973-1977 and became board certified in ophthalmology in 1977.

He then joined the staff of the University Eye Clinic of Mainz, where, in 1982, he obtained the degree of lecturer in ophthalmology after defending his PhD thesis (Habilitation). Since 1982, following his father, he has been in private practice in Munich and head of the eye department of the Red Cross Clinic in Munich.

He founded the Annual Meeting of German Eye Surgeons (now DOC) in 1987, the Munich Cornea Bank in 1991 and the ALZ Refractive Surgery Clinic in 1996. In 1997 he was appointed to the medical faculty of the Technical University of Munich and in 1998 he was appointed Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Mainz. From 2002 to 2017 he served as chairman to the joint commission for refractive surgery of the DOG and BVA. He has authored and co-authored numerous scientific publications and books, and has received a number of honours and acknowledgements for his professional and scientific achievements.


MONDAY

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 18.00

ESCRS PRACTICE MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Innovative Solutions for Growing Your Practice Lehar 5

MONDAY

Chairperson:

P. Rosen UK

08.00

Moderator: A. Cummings IRELAND

14.00

Moderator: P. McGinn IRELAND

M. Malley USA How to position and prepare your ophthalmic practice for purchase: the proven exit strategy revealed

B. Honan IRELAND GDPR: your unlimited liability

14.45

Moderator: K. Morrill FRANCE

08.45

Moderator: K. Morrill FRANCE

R. Solar UK How to write compelling direct response copy for websites, social media and email marketing that results in conversions

G. Sallet BELGIUM Pooling resources and co-operation with colleagues

15.15

Moderator: K. Morrill FRANCE

V. Derhartunian AUSTRIA, L. Kiraly GERMANY How to attract young ophthalmologists to private practice

15.45

Moderator: P. McGinn IRELAND

K. Morrill FRANCE Eyecare and breast cancer screening: review of the winning entry in the 4th ESCRS Practice Management and Development Marketing Competition

16.15

Moderator: S. Jacob INDIA

R. Chaudhary INDIA Marketing your practice on a low budget

09.30

Moderator: C. Anderson UK

S. Jacob INDIA Social media for ophthalmologists: risks and benefits – how to implement a strategy for your practice

10.15

Moderator: M. Malley USA

D. Evans USA How to attract millennials and baby boomers with your digital footprint

11.00 Break 11.30

Moderator: R. Solar UK

17.00

M. Malley USA, D. Evans USA Why your website design could make or break your practice

Moderators: P. McGinn IRELAND K. Morrill FRANCE

12.30

P. Rosen UK Announcement of 2018 Marketing Prize

G. Sallet BELGIUM, P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC, A. Cummings IRELAND, P. Rosen UK, S. Daya UK Ask the experts: our panel answer questions from the audience about key issues discussed during today’s session

17.45

P. Rosen UK Closing remarks

12.45 Break

18.00 End of session

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Glaucoma & Posterior Segment Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 1 G. Sunaric-Megevand SWITZERLAND

Co-Chairperson:

E. Donnenfeld USA

08.00

N. Stremovska, O. Ivashchik, L. Kikot UKRAINE Early phacoemulsification as a prevention of glaucoma development in patients with pseudoexfoliations

08.06

S. Khan, L. Mason UK Measurement of optic disc diameter and CD ratio using OCT imaging and fundus stereobimicrosopy to find an agreement between the two

08.12

R. Craven, I. Stalmans, K. Martin, J. Serle, T. Walters, M. Chen BELGIUM 24 month phase, 1/2 clinical trial of bimatroprost sustained-release implant (Bimatroprost SR) in glaucoma patients: intraocular pressure reduction, safety, and longevity of effect

08.18

A. Fea, N. Pfeiffer, J. Garcia-Fijo, S. Gandolfi, H. Lemij, L. Au ITALY 36 month results from a multicenter randomised study of a Schlemm’s canal microstent for reduction of IOP in primary open-angle glaucoma: the HYDRUS II trial

08.24

C. Martinez-Rubio, I. Placinta, R. Molina-Pallete, P. Martinez-Lopez-Corell, J. Vila-Arteaga SPAIN OMNI: an initial experience with a new surgical glaucoma treatment device

08.30

E. Donnenfeld USA Outcomes through 60 months following standalone implantation of two trabecular micro-bypass stents in eyes with OAG not controlled on one medication

08.36 Discussion 08.48

08.54

09.00

09.06

E. Ghinelli ITALY Human amniotic membrane elementary units transplant (HAMT-EU) and adipose tissue-derived stem cells (ADSCS) in the treatment of posterior segment disorders G. Gazzard UK The SPECTRUM registry: 12 and 24 month results from a global real-world study of 2400 glaucoma eyes treated with micro invasive glaucoma surgery using the Hydrus® microstent N. Moura-Coelho, E. Vares Luis, S. Crisostomo, A. Basilio, M. Dutra-Medeiros, M. Sa Cardoso, T. Gomes PORTUGAL XEN45 gel stent implant: comparison of 1 year results in primary open-angle glaucoma vs secondary openangle glaucoma

09.12

O. Al-Rahman, A. Rodriguez, J. Alió Del Barrio, J. Alió SPAIN Extreme ocular hypotension treated with platelet-rich plasma (E-PRP)

09.18 Discussion 09.30

A. Achiron, D. Bar-Oz, Y. Bar Dayan, I. Hecht, M. Midlij, V. Man, Z. Burgansky ISRAEL Glycemic control and quality of life following cataract surgery in diabetic patients

09.36

A. Al Moosa, S. Ayachit BAHRAIN Incidence of vitamin D deficiency in patients with type II diabetes mellitus and its correlation to severity of retinopathy

09.42

S. Srinivasan, G. Scharioth, A. Riehl, I. Tanev, P. Rozsival, J. Nekolova, Z. Nagy UK Implantation of Scharioth macula lens in patients with age-related macular degeneration: results of a prospective European multicentre clinical trial

09.48

G. Harb, W. Harb LEBANON Results after the implantation of the Scharioth macula lens in patients with age-related macular degeneration: 12 month follow-up

09.54

E. Vounotrypidis, J. Langer, S. Freissinger, N. Hirnschall, M. Shajari, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer GERMANY Optimising A-constants for combined phacovitrectomy surgery with ILM-peeling

10.00

K. Abdelazeem, E. Rifat, A. Abdalla, H. Fahmy EGYPT Effect of age, refractive error, and axial length on choroidal thickness in normal eyes

10.06

S. Freissinger, E. Vounotrypidis, J. Langer, D. Muth, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer GERMANY Comparison of swept-source OCT-assisted biometry and A-scan-based biometry in patients with rhegmatogenous retinal detachment, without macular involvement

10.12

M. Grieshaber, A. Schoetzau, S. Orgul SWITZERLAND Ab-interno 360-degree viscocanalostomy using a single-handed microcatheter

10.18 Discussion 10.30

End of session

H. Magdy, D. Tolba, M. Sabry, A. Mostafa EGYPT Effect of IOP-lowering surgeries on subfoveal choroidal thickness: a comparative study

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Chairperson:


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION New IOLs: Material & Preload IOL Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 2 Chairperson:

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC

Co-Chairperson:

L. Werner USA

08.00

A. Borkenstein, E. Borkenstein AUSTRIA You only live twice: long-term results with the Lentis MAX

08.06

F. Badala, E. Moretti, E. Bona ITALY EyeMax: a new IOL for patients with cataract and macular disease

08.12

N. Nielson Niels, A. Helgesen, G. Muus DENMARK Scharioth macula lens for AMD: quality of life study

09.30

09.36 Discussion 09.45

L. Werner, N. Ellis, J. Heczko, M. Ong, R. Jain, P. Wolfe, N. Mamalis USA Evaluation of a new hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens in the rabbit model

09.51

M. Teus, J. Gros-Otero, S. Ketabi, R. Canones-Zafra, C. Villa-Collar, M. Garcia-Gonzalez SPAIN Atomic force microscopy analysis of the surface of the ClareonÂŽ intraocular lens

09:57

Y. Guldenfels, C. Chong, L. Saidi, P. Rozot FRANCE In vitro comparison of UV transmittance of 8 different hydrophobic IOLs

10.03

S. Haldipurkar, V. Shetty, P. Nagvekar, Z. Khatib, M. Setia INDIA Comparison of incision enlargement after IOL injection between two preloaded IOL delivery systems

10.09

L. Zhang, T. Yildirim, H. Son, H. Fang, P. Merz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Resistance force for intraocular lens insertion through syringe-type injectors

10.15

A. Dunai, T. Filkorn, H. Kiss, Z. Nagy HUNGARY Comparison of postoperative results after implantation of preloaded and manually loaded versions of the same hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens (IOL)

MONDAY

08.18 Discussion 08.27

L. Nichamin USA 6 month pilot study with the next generation fluidfilled accommodating intraocular lens

08.33

P. Stodulka CZECH REPUBLIC Clinical results of implantation of the new sinusoidal trifocal IOL

08.39

08.45

08.51

R. Sahler, S. Enright, S. Chhoeung, K. Chan, R. Alley, J. Bille, S. MacDonald USA Spherical and cylindrical lens shaping inside an implanted intraocular lens as an alternative to the removal of the multifocality of the lens for patients with multifocal lens complications A. Aker, J. Rodilla USA Revolutionary, not evolutionary: early results of subjects implanted with the Model SC9 intraocular lens (CORD LLC, Cumming Ophthalmic Research and Development)

V. Webers, C. Veldhuizen, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Evaluation of IOL stability using a novel capsulorhexisenclaved IOL design compared to a commonly used IOL in-the-bag design: a randomised controlled trial

P. Versace AUSTRALIA Capsule fixated EDOF IOL: benefits and visual outcomes

08.57 Discussion

10.21 Discussion

09.06

V. Mittal, P. Narang, R. Mittal INDIA Customised toric intraocular lens for very high corneal astigmatism

10.30

09.12

M. Mackert, J. Langer, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer GERMANY Efficacy and safety of a small-aperture intraocular lens for irregular corneal astigmatism and cataract

09.18

G. Auffarth, D. Breyer, B. Dick, D. Holland, L. Salva Ladaria, A. Petzold, S. Shah GERMANY Fixation-stability and visual outcomes of the rhexisfixated FEMTIS-IOL after automated femtosecond laser-assisted capsulotomy: interim results of the FEMTIS multicentre study

09.24

S. Shah, R. Gil-Cazorla, S. Naroo UK Long-term clinical outcomes of a novel IOL design for femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION SMILE vs PRK, Ocular Surface Disease Room A3 Chairperson:

D. Teenan UK

Co-Chairperson:

M. Lawless AUSTRALIA

08.00

08.06

M. Dupre Peláez, B. Gragera, J. Beltran, L. Arrevola, F. Llovet, J. Baviera SPAIN Refractive outcomes and enhancement rates of three different 500hz excimer lasers for the treatment of myopia and myopic astigmatism M. Galal, R. Ashoor, A. Ellakwa EGYPT Corneal wavefront-guided vs aberration free transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy in myopic patients with high pre-existing corneal higher order aberrations

08.12

I. Bahar, A. Gershoni, I. Vainer, E. Livny ISRAEL FS-LASIK vs Trans-PRK for the correction of high grade astigmatism (≥2.0D cylinder)

08.18

M. Ayoubi, S. Nowak, J. Masood UK LASIK vs LASEK in pigmentary dispersion syndrome

08.24

A. Nemet, M. Mimouni, O. Barouch, T. Sela, G. Munzer, O. Segal, I. Kaiserman ISRAEL Vision loss following laser keratorefractive surgery: a retrospective large data analysis

08.30 Discussion 08.44

S. Chidre, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Study of postoperative zone of flattening in refractive lenticule extraction (ReLEx) small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) vs in PRK (photorefractive keratectomy)

09.28

M. Lawless, G. Sutton, C. Hodge AUSTRALIA Tear film osmolarity in a consecutive cohort of 1150 patients undergoing refractive surgery assessment

09.34

P. Cañadas, R. Aranda, A. Rodero, G. Laucirica, A. Parafita, P. Drake, M. Garcia-Gonzalez SPAIN Corneal sub-basal nerve plexus analysis 10 years after LASIK surgery

09.40

J. Gertnere, I. Solomatins, J. Mescheryakova, A. Solomatin, M. Solomatin LATVIA Efficacy of matrix regenerating agent in improving wound healing and pain relief in a patient undergoing transepithelial photorefractive laser treatment

09.46

J. Moore, E. Pazo, R. McNeely UK The impact of combining eyelid massage and omega-3 supplementation on LASIK patients

09.52

E. El-Mayah, M. Hosny, M. Salem, M. Anis EGYPT Dry eye and corneal biomechanics after FS-LASIK and FS-SMILE

09.58

R. Dalal, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, P. Khamar, M. Rajan INDIA Novel expression markers and their epigenetic regulation as a translational therapeutic application in corneal scar

10.04

D. Teenan, S. Hannan UK Infectious keratitis after laser vision correction: incidence and risk factors I. Hecht, A. Achiron, M. Mimouni, Z. Burgansky-Eliash, I. Kaiserman ISRAEL Refractive surgery in the late-adulthood and adolescent age groups

08.50

L. Hu, H. Zhou, Z. Hu, M. Lin, J. Huang, F. Lu CHINA Comparison of visual and refractive outcomes between transepithelial PRK and small incision lenticule extraction

10.10

08.56

N. Pahuja, R. Shetty, R. Vaishnav, P. Khamar, R. Chandapura, A. Sinha Roy INDIA Selective modulation of ocular aberrations with Bowman’s-assisted in situ keratomileusis (BASIK): a prospective study on myopic patients

10.16 Discussion

09.02

C. Chao-Shern, L. DeDionisio, J. Jang, C. Chan, M. Nesbit, C. Moore UK Post-LASIK and post-corneal injury exacerbation of late-onset lattice corneal dystrophy associated with H626R TGFBI mutation in a Canadian family

09.08

R. Gil Cazorla, H. Liu, A. Rodrigues, S. Kim, J. Li, M. Motta, L. Teixeira UK Effects of the topical application of Refresh Optive® mega-3 after LASIK surgery in rabbits

10.30

End of session

09.14 Discussion

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MONDAY

Free Paper Forum: Podium 3


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Extended-Depth-of-Focus IOL Concepts Room A4 Chairperson:

B. Dick GERMANY

Co-Chairperson:

J. Vukich USA

08.00

A. Nirde, B. Cochener FRANCE Extended-depth-of-focus IOLs (EDOF): various concepts for same level of performance

09.24

S. Schallhorn, D. Teenan, S. Hannan, B. Kimmerle USA Clinical evaluation of a novel extended-depth-of-focus (EDOF) intraocular lens

08.06

D. Spalton, K. Venkateswaran, N. Tiwari, Y. So UK The effect of tilt and decentration on a novel extended-depth-of-focus IOL compared to conventional extended-depth-of-focus IOLs

09.30

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

08.12

F. Selvi, E. Pedrotti, P. Talli, A. Galzignato, E. Bonacci, T. Merz, G. Marchini ITALY EDOF IOL in myopia: a new deal

09.36

J. Vukich USA Evaluation of long-term visual performance and stability of the IC-8 small-aperture IOL

08.18

F. Kretz, I. Kaiser, S. Teisch, R. Lucchesi, C. Herbers, M. Gerl, D. Breyer GERMANY Analysis of different approaches to enhance rangeof-vision: functional results, patient satisfaction, and disphotopic phenomena

09.42

R. Ang PHILIPPINES Three year visual acuity results following cataract surgery with a small-aperture IOL

MONDAY

08.24

09.48 Discussion 09.57

J. Costa, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria Correia PORTUGAL Visual and refractive outcomes after implantation of a continuous transitional focus intraocular lens: short-term results

S. Pieh, G. Schmidinger, C. Skorpik AUSTRIA New extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens design

08.30 Discussion 08.39

B. Dick, E. Mertens, P. Stodulka, D. Breyer GERMANY Multicenter clinical trial results of a new onepiece EDOF IOL in cataract patients after bilateral implantation

10.03

R. Ruíz-Mesa, A. Del Aguila-Carrasco, J. Ramirez-Espinoza SPAIN Visual performance of a refractive intraocular lens with enlarged depth of focus

08.45

M. Packer, F. Kretz USA Clinical comparison and patient satisfaction with novel extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens satisfying ISO 11979-2 optical standards for monofocal intraocular lenses

10.09

J. Ramírez-Espinoza, A. Del Aguila-Carrasco, R. Ruiz-Mesa SPAIN Clinical performance of a continuous transitional focus intraocular lens: a multicentre study

08.51

V. Caparas, L. Duyongco, C. Samaniego PHILIPPINES Visual performance of the extended-depth-of-focus (EDOF) intraocular Mini WELL Ready lens after cataract surgery

10.15

M. Morral, F. Manero, D. Elies, M. Barbany, O. Gris, J. Güell SPAIN Early experience with a new continuous transitional focus intraocular lens

08.57

P. Talli, E. Pedrotti, F. Selvi, A. Galzignato, E. Bonacci, T. Merz, G. Marchini ITALY Visual outcome and patient satisfaction after Mini WELL IOL implantation in emmetropic eyes: results at one month after surgery

09.03

T. Ax, D. Breyer, H. Kaymak, K. Klabe, P. Hagen, F. Kretz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Clinical experiences with a new diffractive extendeddepth-of-focus IOL vs a former-generation model

09.09 Discussion 09.18

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T. Clinch, E. Thomas, C. Garufis USA A randomised controlled multicentre clinical investigation of the performance of the next generation design of an intraocular lens that provides an extended range-of-vision

10.21 Discussion 10.30

End of session


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00 Instructional Courses IC69 EBO

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

Strauss 2

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

IC70

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

All you wanted to know: microbial keratitis (I)

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

N. Singal CANADA, A. Slomovic CANADA, K. Baig CANADA, T. Boutin CANADA, J. Teichman CANADA

Stolz 2

(A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

Room C3

IC72

Astigmatism management with toric IOL (B)

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

Room A7

IC73

Customised excimer laser surgery (A)

J. Alió SPAIN, J. Castanera SPAIN, A. Sedky EGYPT, S. Arba Mosquera GERMANY, R. Krueger USA

Room A2

IC74

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. Khamar INDIA

MONDAY

Lehar 1

IC75

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

C. Roberts USA, J. Hjortdal DENMARK, P. Vinciguerra ITALY, R. Vinciguerra ITALY, W.J. Dupps USA, F. Faria Correia PORTUGAL

Lehar 2

IC76

Strategies and techniques for IOL exchange (A)

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

Lehar 3

IC77

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

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

Room C2

IC71

IC79

Lehar 4

This course is organised by the European Society of Retina Specialists

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Cataract Complications & Special Cases Poster Village: Pod 1 Facilitators:

D. Boccuzzi ITALY A. Panico ITALY

09.30

G. Sauder, P. Mattei GERMANY Are harder cataracts still a limit for nanolaser cataract surgery?

09.35

B. Johansson, J. Rosander, M. Zetterberg SWEDEN Surgical management of intraocular lens dislocation and aphakia correction: retrospective analysis of scleral suturing vs retropupillary fixated iris-claw intraocular lens

MONDAY

09.40 S. Pinchuk, M. Karliychuk, O. Baryska, V. Zamjatin, A. Lukijan UKRAINE Efficacy of different fixation methods of intraocular lenses in case of dislocation or in the absence of capsule support 09.45

J. Riedl, U. Vossmerbaeumer GERMANY Causes and risk factors for late luxation of IOL

09.50

E. Kosior-Jarecka, A. Kustra, D. Wrobel-Dudzinska, T. Zarnowski POLAND Influence of phacoemulsification on anterior eye chamber parameters in patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome

09.55

M. Dermenoudi, A. Matsou, A. Tzamalis, E. Anastasopoulos GREECE Evaluation of changes in anterior segment parameters in patients with and without pseudoexfoliation syndrome after phacoemulsification

10.00

S. Vasavada, S. Srivastava, A. Vasavada, V. Vasavada INDIA Long-term outcomes following Cionni Ring bag fixation and in-the-bag IOL implantation: prospective study

10.05

J. Riedl, H. Biwer, U. Vossmerbaeumer GERMANY Indications for iris reconstruction surgery

10.10

G. Zhurgumbayeva, N. Sabyrbayev, L. Tashtitova, R. Botabekov KAZAKHSTAN Rehabilitation of patients with post-traumatic aniridia and aphakia

10.15

O. Rozanova RUSSIA Long-term results of IOL iris fixation by the method of opposite direction: stability of the lens position, aberrometry, pupillary function

10.20

F. Badala, E. Bona ITALY First results of a new add-on IOL for pseudophakic patients with macular degeneration

10.25

R. Sahler, S. Enright, S. Chhoeung, K. Chan, R. Alley, J. Bille, S. MacDonald USA Alignment of the intraocular lens using the visual axis, optical axis, and the effects of the dilated pupil

10.30

M. Mahendra, S. Mahendra INDIA Safety and efficacy of phacoemulsification in dealing with complicated uveitic cataracts

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10.35

K. Stjepanek, N. Hirnschall, S. Amir-Asgari, O. Findl AUSTRIA Protecting the corneal endothelium during cataract surgery using the anterior capsule: a prospective randomised double-masked study

10.40

D. Jackson, K. Aggarwal, J. Norris, D. Hildebrand UK Outcomes of paediatric cataract surgery following proton beam radiotherapy (PBRT) for orbital rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS)

10.45

G. Sauder GERMANY Comparison of two cataract surgery methods: phacoemulsification and nanosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

10.50

D. Sahota, M. Parulekar, S. Vijay, S. Tyredellis UK Something out of place: undiagnosed homocystinuria in a 10-year-old girl presenting with bilateral lens dislocations

10.55

Discussion

11.00

End of session


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Cornea: Medical Poster Village: Pod 2 Facilitators:

J. Alió del Barrio SPAIN M. Sajdikova CZECH REPUBLIC

S. Handa, A. Gupta, A. Thakur, S. Khurana, S. Dogra, J. Ram INDIA Ocular demodecosis: comparison of treatment outcomes using petroleum jelly application vs oral ivermectin

10.30

K. Kang, J. Jeung, H. Hwang, S. Kim SOUTH KOREA The Ca2 + / nucleotide nanocomplex formulation enhances the pump function of corneal endothelial cells by increasing the activity of Na + / K + dependent ATPase

09.35

A. Taguri, F. Habroosh, N. Almansoori, A. Al-Ali, M. Alkaabi, B. Kamalboor, S. Alsalemi UAE Five year study of the microbial profile and clinical characteristic of infectious keratitis presented to a tertiary cornea unit in UAE

10.35

V. Naumenko RUSSIA The use of therapeutic soft contact lenses in penetrating keratoplasty in patients with secondary endothelial-epithelial dystrophia and pseudophakia

10.40

A. Vasquez-Perez, F. Matarazzo, N. Mandal, S. Tuft UK Acute glaucoma as a result of a cyanoacrylate glue patch for corneal perforation

10.45

H. Bobat, A. Jonas, A. Shinton, N. Mujtaba, M. Rashid UK EDTA chelation for calcific band keratopathy: is potassium the new sodium?

10.50

S. Balalin, V. Fokin RUSSIA Long-term results of radiotherapy in treatment of epithelial cell ingrowth after LASIK

09.40 S. Amansakhatov, M. Zhutdieva TURKMENISTAN Predisposing factors and aetiology of bacterial keratitis in Turkmenistan 09.45

R. Yi, J. Oh, S. Chung, J. Hwang SOUTH KOREA The effect of topical ganciclovir and corticosteroid on cytomegalovirus corneal endotheliitis in Korean patients

09.50

N. Banayan, C. Georgeon, K. Grieve, V. Borderie FRANCE Spectral domain optical coherence tomography in limbal stem cell deficiency: a case control study

09.55

M. Irkec, N. Acar, S. Kocabeyoglu, Z. Atakan TURKEY The effects of systemic isotretinoin on ocular surface and meibomian glands

10.00

M. Morral, J. Benitez-del-Castillo, E. Donnenfeld, C. Baudouin, V. Perez, E. Holland, K. Nichols, P. Karpecki, J. Tauber, M. Hamdani, A. Shojaei SPAIN Lifitegrast efficacy and safety for treatment of dry eye disease: overview of 5 randomised controlled trials

10.05

A. Jain, T. Chaudhary, C. Malhotra, A. Sharma INDIA Topical rebamipide eye drops vs a combination of polyethylene glycol and propylene glycol eye drops for the management of lid wiper epitheliopathy in Sjögren’s syndrome

10.10

S. Shah, M. Hom, G. Berdy, A. Verachtert, L. Downie, S. El-Harazi, H. Liu UK Clinical evaluation of a novel lipid-containing lubricant eye drop with omega-3 oil and trehalose

10.15

R. Karadag, C. Rapuano, K. Hammersmith, P. Nagra TURKEY Causes of congenital corneal opacities and their management in a tertiary care center

10.20

P. Khamar, R. Shetty, J. Naidu, R.A. Ghosh, S. Sethu INDIA Novel role of RORg transcription factor in the pathogenesis of keratoconus

10.25

M. Henriquez, L. Izquierdo Jr, M. Cerrate, M. Hadid, L. Canola-Ramirez, C. Maldonado, J. Chauca PERU Comparison of the effect of eye rubbing in keratoconus and normal eyes using Scheimpflug analysis and ocular response analyzer

MONDAY

09.30

10.55 Discussion 11.00

End of session

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Ocular Pathologies Poster Village: Pod 3 Facilitators: 09.30

09.35

S. Amir-Asgari AUSTRIA S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

R. Ang PHILIPPINES MIGS (microinvasive glaucoma surgery) with secondgeneration trabecular micro-bypass stents combined with topical prostaglandin in eyes with OAG on 2 preoperative medications: 42 month outcomes D. Belov, V. Nikolaenko RUSSIA Biometric and refractive changes after Ex-PRESS shunt implantation

MONDAY

09.40 M. Cheema, G. Ainsworth UK XEN45 implant for glaucoma: 6 month results of efficacy, safety profile, and postoperative management 09.45

C. Gizzi, S. Balal, R. Nitiahpapand, G. Nithyanandarajah, A. Scott, A. Sharma UK Finger prick autologous bleb (FAB) to treat oozing avascular trabeculectomy bleb: pilot study

09.50

M. Todorovic SERBIA Early intraocular pressure rise after phacoemulsification in non-glaucomatous eyes and eyes with primary open-angle glaucoma

09.55

A. Zafar, I. Aslanides, V. Selimis GREECE Do not miss out, always dilate: case of pseudoexfoliation on intraocular lens implant

10.00

M. Kalayci TURKEY Comparison of surgical techniques and results of upper blepharoplasty between Turkish males and females

10.05

M. Mitamura, T. Kojima, A. Sawaki, K. Ichikawa, R. Horai, Y. Tanaka, K. Ichikawa JAPAN Comparison of maximum stretch force and the morphology of anterior lens capsulotomy across three different methods

10.10

P. Bezditko, Y. Ilyina, O. Zavoloka UKRAINE Modern approach in ischemic optic neuropathy treatment

10.15

C. Buyukavsar, M. Sonmez, A. Ayata, T. Kar, M. Unal TURKEY Prognostic significance of choroid and ganglion cell complex thickness in treatment with aflibercept of choroidal neovascular membranes secondary to agerelated macular degeneration

10.20

M. Eleftheriadou, S. Phatak, R. Anjos, B. Pal UK Visual acuity outcomes in patients with pachychoroid treated with anti-VEGF for choroidal neovascularization

10.25

M. Erol, R. Duman TURKEY A successful treated sympathetic ophthalmia case without surgery: a case presentation followed monthly by multifocal ERG, FFA, and SD-OCT tests

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10.30

V. Fokin, L. Boriskina, O. Sharifova, A. Balalin RUSSIA Analysis of the results of laser vitreolysis of peripapillary Weiss ring

10.35

S. Kaya Ünsal, F. Helvacioglu, E. Sunay, O. Kavalcioglu, A. Akyurt, T. Akin TURKEY Pterygium excision with extended limbal conjunctival auto-grafting

10.40

O. Kolenko, E. Sorokin RUSSIA The state of macular retinal volume at various degrees of pre-eclampsia

10.45

W. Luboń, A. Kabiesz, K. Jadczyk-Sorek, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Purtscher-like retinopathy secondary to acute pancreatitis: a case report – one year treatment observation and patient recovery

10.50

P. Marino, D. Passali, A. Balestrazzi, V. Damiani, D. Mazzacane ITALY Ocular surface disease and laryngo-pharyngeal reflux: new physiopathogenetic hypotheses

10.55

M. Ruiz Del Tiempo, R. Yela Delgado, L. Ibares Frias, C. Colliga Jimenez, A. Escalona Lozano, J. Da Saude Lourenco, B. Garcia-Valcarcel SPAIN Conjunctival/corneal intraepithelial neoplasia: case series review

11.00

End of session


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 10.30 – 12.30

10.30 – 11.00

Instructional Courses

ESCRS HERITAGE LECTURE 2018

IC80 NEW

Rock hard cataracts the easy way (A) S. Mohan INDIA, S. Jacob INDIA, S.P. Chee SINGAPORE, S. Ganesh INDIA, M. Rajan INDIA

Strauss 2

Hall A1

IC81

Glaucoma surgery, TRABS, NPGS and MIGS for the cataract surgeon (A)

10.30

C. Mehta INDIA, A. Mermoud SWITZERLAND, G. Scharioth AUSTRIA, K. Mansouri SWITZERLAND, I. Ahmed CANADA, K. Mehta INDIA

10.35

Room C2

B. Cochener FRANCE (PRESIDENT, ESCRS) Introduction Th. Neuhann GERMANY

The capsulorhexis

IC82* 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

IC83

Tips and tricks for challenging cataract surgery (A)

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

Room A7

IC84

FLACS: the state of the art (I)

A. Marinho PORTUGAL, A. Vasavada INDIA, S. Vasavada INDIA, G. Auffarth GERMANY, Z. Nagy HUNGARY, R. Bellucci ITALY

This inaugural lecture will focus on the invention and evolution of the capsulorhexis. 11.00

End of session

Room A2

IC85 NEW

SMILE: experiences of the pioneers (I) R. Shah INDIA, W. Sekundo GERMANY, O. Ibrahim EGYPT, J. Hjortdal DENMARK, M. Sachdev INDIA, R. Sachdev INDIA

Lehar 1

IC86

Techniques and devices for surgical reconstruction of traumatic and developmental iris defects (I)

S. Srinivasan UK, S. Masket USA, M. Snyder USA

IC87

Paediatric penetrating keratoplasty: to do or not to do? (I)

M. Fernandes INDIA, A. Borthakur INDIA, K. Nischal USA, J. Sengupta INDIA, N. Gangopadhyay INDIA

Lehar 2

Lehar 3

IC96

Therapeutic refractive surgery...live! Bring your case (B)

D. Reinstein UK, J. Alió SPAIN, A. Stojanovic NORWAY, M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND, S. Arba Mosquera GERMANY, P. Vinciguerra ITALY

The new annual ESCRS Heritage Lecture will highlight important developments in the history of anterior segment surgery.

Room C3

MONDAY

Lehar 4

Attendees are invited to bring their own cases for discussion with an expert panel

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

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 11.00 – 13.00

12.15 – 12.45

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

ORBIS FREE PAPER SESSION

Extending Depth of Focus

Treatment and Prevention of Blindness in the Developing World

Hall A1 Chairpersons:

M. Amon AUSTRIA T. Kohnen GERMANY

11.00

B. Cochener FRANCE Optical principles

11.15

S. Pieh AUSTRIA IOLs on the optical bench

11.30

Discussion

11.40

G. Auffarth GERMANY Extended depth of focus and novel technologies

11.55

E. Assia ISRAEL Monovision

MONDAY

12.10 Discussion 12.20

B. Dick GERMANY Small aperture technology

12.35

R. Bellucci ITALY Corneal techniques to extend depth of focus

Stolz 1 Chairperson: 12.15

J. Nazarli, E. Qasimov AZERBAIJAN Screening of pathology of the organ of vision and prevention of blindness on the basis of a mobile ophthalmological clinic in remote regions

12.21

Y. Zelenski, D. Eisenmann, C. Dumas CANADA Technology transfer challenges: status of phacoemulsification cataract surgery in Haiti, 2018

12.27

R. Malik, V. Malik, K. Malik INDIA Reducing the burden of spectacles after cataract surgery in outreach camps in Uttar Pradesh in India

12.33

Y. Wolde ETHIOPIA Pattern of ocular trauma at Gondar University Hospital, North West Ethiopia

12.39

A. Zahidin, J. Atiqah, M. Azyshayfull, C. Tan, M. Athina, M. Aiman, W. Wan Abdul Halim MALAYSIA Corneal transplantation in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre (UKMMC): a clinical audit

12.45

End of session

12.50 Discussion 13.00

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R. Walters UK


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 15.00

14.00 – 16.00

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

SURGICAL VIDEO SESSION

Poster Village: Pod 1 Moderators: 14.00

A. Day UK N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS

M. Lundström, U. Stenevi, P. Rosen, Y. Henry, S. Manning, M.J. Tassignon, M. Dickman SWEDEN The EUREQUO annual report 2017: cataract and refractive surgery in 2017 as reflected by the EUREQUO database

14.08

Y. Hah, Z. Thng, L. Lee SINGAPORE Evaluation of cataract operation complications and recommendations to maximise safety and efficiency among trainees

14.16

M. Shaw, J. Sandhu, A. Simpson, O. Crothers MALTA Measuring factors impacting on surgical performance

14.24

N. Anisimova, B. Malyugin RUSSIA Grading in corectopia: a novel classification system

14.32

14.40

14.48

T. Hiraoka, G. Kiuchi, Y. Ueno, T. Oshika JAPAN Determination of normal range of corneal higherorder aberrations and the application to diagnose keratoconus A. Fea ITALY Prospective multicenter randomised comparison of standalone Hydrus vs two iStents for reduction of IOP in open-angle glaucoma: the Compare study I. Singh USA YAG vitreolysis for the treatment of symptomatic floaters: an objective analysis of quality of vision using wavefront aberrometry

14.56 Discussion 15.00

End of session

Hall A1 Chairpersons:

K. Vannas FINLAND R. Packard UK

Case 1: J. Güell SPAIN Posterior polar cataract 1 Case 2: B. Feijoo PORTUGAL Posterior polar cataract 2 Case 3: B. Cochener FRANCE Acute diabetic cataract Case 4: P. Zafeirakis GREECE Capsular bag extraction iris fixated IOL Case 5: R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Morganian video Case 6: O. Findl AUSTRIA Rupture sulcus IOL Case 7: S. Srinivasan UK Surgical management of aphakia and iris loss

MONDAY

New & Interesting

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

Case 8: M. Amon AUSTRIA Entrapment of disposable forceps during IOL rescue Case 9: I. Dekaris CROATIA Cataract surgery in white subluxated lens: planned vs reality Case 10: F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Troubles with IOLs

?

Send your questions to the chairpersons via the ‘ESCRS Vienna 2018’ app

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Ocular Surface & Quality of Vision Room A3

MONDAY

Free Paper Forum: Podium 1 Chairperson:

J. Vryghem BELGIUM

Co-Chairperson:

P. Vinciguerra ITALY

14.00

M. Razi-Khosroshahi, A. Shojaee-Baghini, F. Noorizadeh, S. Sobhani IRAN Association of meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) severity with glycohemoglobin

14.06

C. Rao, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Intense pulsed light: a novel technique to treat dry eye disease

14.12

E. Mrukwa-Kominek, W. Lubon, J. Janiszewska-Salamon, R. Kinasz POLAND The efficacy and safety of ectoine-containing eye drops in patients with allergic conjunctivitis

14.18

E. Karaca, O. Evren Kemer, D. Ozek, D. Berker TURKEY Effect of vitamin D supplementation on the ocular surface of patients with vitamin D deficiency

14.24

A. Rodriguez, J. Alió SPAIN Quantification of growth factors and fibronectin in different preparations of eye platelet-rich plasma (E-PRP)

14.30

M. Haagdorens, S. Van Acker, J. Rozema, T. Possemiers, C. Koppen, V. De Groot, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM Pterygium pathology: a prospective case-control study on tear film cytokines

14.36 Discussion 14.48

X. Barcala Gosende, M. Romero, M. Vinas, J. Mendez-Gonzalez, E. Gambra, C. Dorronsoro, S. Marcos SPAIN Repeatability of the multifocal acceptance score (MAS)

14.54

I. Tarib, B. Detlev, S. Abdassalam, M. Gerl, G. Auffarth, F. Kretz GERMANY Objective in vivo optical quality measurements, and halo and glare assessment, in patients implanted with different IOL models and cataract patients

15.00

I. Baumhauer, S. Amir-Asgari, N. Hirnschall, S. Plainis, M. Agiorgiotakis, O. Findl AUSTRIA Evaluation of a novel measurement method using an eye tracking device to assess quality of reading with different presbyopia-correcting approaches

15.06

L. van Vught, Y. Cheng, G. Luyten, J. Beenakker THE NETHERLANDS Peripherally optimised corneal ray tracing models

15.12

D. Kopsini, M. Zozolou, D. Kyroudis, S. Palioura GREECE Refractive surgery outcomes in patients with hyperopic anisometropic amblyopia

15.18

J. García-Montesinos, J. Fernandez, M. Rodriguez-Vallejo, A. Tauste, J. Martinez, D. Pinero SPAIN Agreement and repeatability of objective systems for assessment of the tear film: non-invasive break-up time vs optical scatter index

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15.24

M. Balgos, A. Plaza-Puche, P. Yebana, J. Alió SPAIN Comparison of the Osiris pyramidal and the KR-1W aberrometers for measuring ocular wavefront

15.30

M. Mahr, J. Erie USA The influence of cataract severity and monofocal pseudophakia on wavefront measured depth-of-field

15.36

A. Daxer AUSTRIA How to evaluate the success of visual rehabilitation in keratoconus treatment

15.42

D. Gelen, H. Son, T. Yildirim, D. Varadi, H. Wallek, G. Auffarth GERMANY Simulation and evaluation of the photic phenomena (halo and glare) in different IOL models

15.48 Discussion 16.00

End of session


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Vision & Accommodation Assessment Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 2 Chairperson:

G. Auffarth GERMANY

Co-Chairperson:

D. Gatinel FRANCE 15.30

F. Bucci Jr USA Stability of distance refraction over 2 years following scleral implants for presbyopic correction

15.36

S. Al Rabiah, M. Al Rabiah, A. Al Rabiah KUWAIT New technique for Kamra corneal inlay centration using PTK circle

N. Alpins, J. Ong, J. Randleman AUSTRALIA Accuracy of total corneal topographic astigmatism (CorT total) compared to the total corneal power measured using 3 different tomographers

15.42

V. Vargas, R. Ferreira, J. AliĂł SPAIN Patient visual outcomes and satisfaction after the implantation of an asymmetrical varifocal power intraocular lens

E. Mai, D. Chang TAIWAN Comparison between topography-guided ablation treatment profile and wavefront-optimised WFO treatment profile in myopic Asian eyes

15.48 Discussion

14.00

D. Gatinel, J. Malet, L. Dumas FRANCE A new method for better ocular wavefront analysis

14.06

U. Oberheide, G. Wiel, P. Thiee, O. Kermani, G. Gerten GERMANY Determining subjective refraction using dual-wavelength speckle phenomena

14.12

14.18

End of session

E. Fabian GERMANY Accuracy of standard K-readings compared to new total keratometry measurement using posterior cornea surface curvature for toric IOL power calculations

MONDAY

14.24

16.00

14.30 Discussion 14.42

S. Hannan, D. Teenan UK Consent process in refractive surgery: comparison of in-person vs telemedicine approach

14.48

A. Grzybowski, R. Schachar, M. Gaca-Wysocka, I. Schachar, F. Kamangar, B. Pierscionek POLAND Image registration demonstrates central lens thickness minimally changes during accommodation

14.54

L. Hervella, E. Villegas, P. Artal, J. Marin SPAIN Spherical aberration customisation with an adaptive optics visual simulator

15.00

A. Cummings, F. Carones, P. Zakharov, R. McQuaid, M. Mrochen IRELAND Patient and surgeon experience with next generation of wearable visual behaviour monitor

15.06

J. Mehta, A. Hipsley, Y. Liu, B. Hall SINGAPORE Accommodative improvements and biomechanical changes in macaque non-human primates after laser scleral microporation

15.12

B. Soloway USA Presbyopia treatment for near visual acuity improvement: a two-site subsample analysis of patients with scleral micro-inserts at 24 months postop

15.18 Discussion

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cross-Linking Protocols Room A3

MONDAY

Free Paper Forum: Podium 3 Chairperson:

T. Seiler SWITZERLAND

Co-Chairperson:

D. Touboul FRANCE

14.00

V. Kankariya, G. Kontadakis, G. Kymionis, I. Pallikaris, A. Plaka INDIA Long-term comparison of simultaneous topographyguided photorefractive keratectomy followed by corneal cross-linking vs corneal cross-linking alone

15.20

M. Ziaei, H. Vellara, A. Gokul, J. Meyer, D. Patel, C. McGhee NEW ZEALAND Prospective 2 year study of accelerated pulsed transepithelial corneal collagen cross-linking outcomes for keratoconus

14.06

C. Kranemann CANADA Combined topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy and topography-guided corneal cross-linking with oxygen supplementation in keratoconus: pilot study

15.26

Y. Chen, R. Rana-Rahman, D. Ting, J. Danjoux, S. Morgan, S. Ghosh, O. Baylis UK Accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking treatment for keratoconus: a one year analysis

14.12

C. Kim, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Effect of the continuous application of riboflavin in an accelerated pulsed-light collagen cross-linking on the progression of keratoconus

15.32

J. Huang, B. Song, D. Wen, C. McAlinden, D. O’Brart, Q. Wang CHINA Comparison of epithelium-off vs transepithelial corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus: a systematic review and meta-analysis

14.18

C. Karabatsas, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Ten year outcomes of corneal cross-linking combined with partial topo-guided excimer (Athens protocol) for keratoconus

15.38

M. Alfayez, O. Alfayez SAUDI ARABIA Transepithelial vs epithelium-off CXL for progressive keratoconus: long-term results

14.24

D. Lin, S. Holland, M. Al Obthani, S. Arba-Mosquera CANADA Two year result of topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy with cross-linking for keratoconus with high speed laser

15.44

T. Om Parkash, A. Khanna, S. Mahajan INDIA Outcome of pupillary zone sparing partial corneal epithelium debridement for collagen cross-linking in keratoconus

14.30 Discussion 14.40

J. Mello Amaral, R. Ambrosio, B. Lopes BRAZIL Athens protocol after femtosecond-assisted intracorneal ring implantation

14.46

P. Smahliou, V. Mela GREECE Long-term outcomes of combined topography-guided transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy and corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus

14.52

T. Rodrigues, A. Martins, M. Oliveira, E. Costa, M. Quadrado, A. Rosa, J. Murta PORTUGAL Refractive outcomes following the Athens protocol in keratoconic eyes with coincident vs non-coincident keratometric and refractive axes

14.58

H. Khairy, K. Said-Ahmed, M. Elsawy, S. Mandour EGYPT Conventional vs accelerated corneal cross-linking in the treatment of post-refractive surgery ectasia: a long-term randomised controlled trial

15.04

H. Kobashi, K. Konomi, K. Tsubota JAPAN Accelerated vs conventional corneal cross-linking for progressive keratoconus: a meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials

15.10 Discussion

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End of session


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 14.30 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Rotational Stability & Outcomes Room A4 Chairperson:

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

Co-Chairpersons: D. Holland GERMANY S. Palkovits AUSTRIA 14.30

S. Ti, S. Chee, Y. Yang SINGAPORE Stability of visual outcomes and vector analysis after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) with aspheric toric intraocular lens (IOL)

15.44

K. Malgin, A. Chuprov RUSSIA Implantation of toric intraocular lens and femtolaser arcuate keratotomy as ways for corneal astigmatism correction in single-stage phacoemulsification

14.36

M. Ullrich, J. Hienert, A. Fisus, K. Kefer, C. Pilwachs, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Rotational stability and capsular bag performance of a blue light-absorbing hydrophobic acrylic single piece intraocular lens

15.50

J. Kwak, M. Kim, E. Kim SOUTH KOREA The effect of toric intraocular lens implantation in cataract patient with corneal opacity

14.42

S. Palkovits, N. Palkovits, O. Findl AUSTRIA Rotational stability and patient satisfaction after bilateral implantation of a toric enhanced-depth-offocus IOL one year after surgery

15.56 Discussion 16.00

End of session

14.52

R. Bellucci, A. Panico, M. Cargnoni ITALY Routine use of 1 D toric vs spherical IOLs in phacoemulsification

14.58

W. Mayer, T. Kreutzer, M. Dirisamer, C. Kern, K. Kortuem, S. Priglinger, D. Kook GERMANY Comparison of visual outcomes, alignment accuracy, and surgical time between two methods of corneal marking for toric intraocular lens implantation

15.04

L. Novacek, M. Nemcova CZECH REPUBLIC Clinical outcomes after implantation of monofocal toric IOL

15.10

M. Lee MALAYSIA Comparison of three toric intraocular lenses for astigmatic correction in cataract surgery

15.16

A. Liekfeld, N. Schulze, S. Nincke GERMANY Long-term results of an intraindividual comparison of toric intraocular lens vs limbal relaxing incision for the correction of low corneal astigmatism during cataract surgery

MONDAY

14.48 Discussion

15.22 Discussion 15.26

A. Martins, M. Raimundo, A. Rosa, M. Quadrado, J. Murta PORTUGAL Prediction accuracy and refractive outcomes following implantation of a trifocal IOL, using intraoperative wavefront aberrometry

15.32

D. Holland, I. Matthaei, M. Poelzl, F. Ruefer GERMANY A single-center, prospective study to report outcomes of arcuate incisions (AI) in FLACS

15.38

I. Rebrikov, O. Shilovskikh, A. Ulyanov, B. Laptev RUSSIA Comparison of surgically-induced astigmatism between femtosecond laser and manual clear corneal incisions

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 14.30 – 16.30 Instructional Courses IC12

Optimising toric IOL outcomes (B)

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

IC88

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

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

Strauss 2

IC89

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 C2

IC90

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

MONDAY

Stolz 2

Room C3

IC91

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

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

Room A7

IC92* Phaco techniques and complications (A)

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

Room A2

IC93* Primary posterior capsulorhexis: indications and surgical techniques (A) EBO

M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, R. Stegmann SOUTH AFRICA, R. Menapace AUSTRIA, C. Billotte FRANCE, T. Neuhann GERMANY

Lehar 1

IC94

Multifocal lenses masterclass (I)

J. Karthikappallil UK, S. Subramaniam UK, M. Wevill UK

IC95

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

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Lehar 2

Lehar 3

IC97 NEW

Traumatic cataract management: opening the Pandora’s box (I)

S. Vasavada INDIA, S. Masket USA, M. Snyder USA, C. Trindade BRAZIL, J. Murta PORTUGAL, M. Nanavaty UK

Stolz 1

IC120 Present state, developments and future of the capsular tension ring (CTR) (I)

J. Villada SPAIN, J. Martinez De Aragon THE NETHERLANDS, T. Schultz GERMANY, L. Werner USA

Lehar 4

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


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 15.00 – 16.00

15.00 – 16.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

IOL Opacification

Refractive Surgery New Techniques/ Instrumentation/Devices II

Poster Village: Pod 1 Facilitators:

J. Brekelmans THE NETHERLANDS N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS

15.00

R. Khoramnia, T. Yildirim, B. Giers, H. Son, G. Labuz, P. Merz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Effect of intraocular air or gas injection on hydrophilic intraocular lens material

15.05

E. Chorro, L. Bataille, J. Alió, J. Murta, R. Barraquer, A. Rodriguez SPAIN IBERIA Biobank: a collection of intraocular lenses and other explanted ocular devices in Spain and Portugal

15.10

P. Gartaganis, P. Natsi, S. Alimisi, S. Gartaganis, P. Koutsoukos GREECE Calcification of hydrophilic intraocular lens following Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) using intracameral injection of air or gas: a possible explanation

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

15.10

O. Pisarevskaya, T. Iureva, T. Frolova, E. Balgirova, L. Khlebnikova RUSSIA Features of change in the tear film and corneal epithelium after SMILE surgery

15.15

B. De Damas Mateache, J. Ortega-Usobiaga, R. Cordero F. Llovet SPAIN Outcomes of LASIK and PRK in patients taking isotretinoin

15.20

T. Yonekawa, S. Tamaoki, K. Shimamoto, H. Uozato, T. Hatada, K. Inoue, T. Tsuru JAPAN The postoperative contrast sensitivity threshold of LASIK in preoperative test factors

15.25

S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Long-term safety, visual, and refractive outcomes after femtosecond laser intrastromal lenticule implantation for treatment of hyperopia

15.30

I. Singh USA The incidence of floaters following capsulotomy with the reflex technology YAG laser platform

M. Abdel Aziz EGYPT Anterior segment changes after femtolaserassisted implantation of Keraring 355˚ intrastromal corneal ring segment in advanced keratoconus: comprehensive evaluation after 6 months

15.35

N. Palarie, T. Pasenco, L. Vudu MOLDOVA Assessment of cataract formation after intravitreal use of triamcinolone acetonid and triamcinolone/ bevacizumab combination: 1 year results

C. Peris Martínez, M. Garcia-Carabal, M. Diez-Ajenjo, M. Garcia-Domene SPAIN Are posterior corneal changes significant related to visual quality in corneal intrastromal ring implant?

15.40

A. Frings, A. von Beckerath, S. Linke, J. Steinberg, J. Mehlan, V. Druchkiv, T. Katz UK Excimer laser touch-up refractive surgery after clear lens extraction and implantation of a trifocal lens

15.45

W. Glatz, G. Steinwender, M. Shajari, T. Kohnen AUSTRIA Surgical management of epithelial ingrowth as a late complication after SMILE

15.50

J. Langer, N. Luft, E. Messmer, S. Freissinger, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer GERMANY SMILE or CRY: a case report

15.55

L. Daniel Raj Ponniah, H. Anandan, M. Ali INDIA Corneal stromal augmentation followed by toric phakic intraocular lens implantation in advanced non-scarred keratoconic eyes: a conceptual analysis

16.00

End of session

Y. Mori, T. Ono, M. Honbo, K. Minami, S. Kato, K. Miyata JAPAN Quantitative assessment of posterior capsule opacification in intraocular lenses with a continuous sharp optic edge design

15.25

A. Tomi ROMANIA Late IOL opacification: how did we deal with it?

15.30

M. Dhariwal, C. Bouchet, D. O Boyle, J. Khan, A. Venerus, A. Muthutantri IRELAND Incidence of Nd:YAG capsulotomy following single-piece monofocal acrylic IOL implantation: a retrospective real-world evidence study in the UK

15.50

15.55

16.00

T. Verdina, E. Fornasari, M. Carbotti, B. Battaglia, G. Cavallini ITALY Long-term evaluation of posterior capsule opacification and capsulotomy shape after bimanual femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery with Ziemer LDV Z8 H. Matsushima, M. Nagata, K. Mukai, T. Senoo JAPAN Five year postoperative outcomes using surface modified intraocular lens to prevent posterior capsule opacification J. Coelho, T. Queiros, M. Brochado, M. Lume, T. Monteiro, F. Vaz, P. Meneres PORTUGAL Phakic IOL and cataract: comparing two techniques of combined triple procedure — phakic intraocular lens explantation, cataract surgery, and intraocular lens implantation

MONDAY

15.05

15.20

15.45

L. Alvarez-Rementeria SPAIN B. Lorente Bulnes SPAIN

S. Jacob INDIA Pre-Descemetic DALK as primary management for acute hydrops: is it time for a shift in opinion and are there advantages?

K. Kawai JAPAN Can hydrophobic tinted acrylic IOL prepared by cast molding endure accelerated stress test?

15.40

Facilitators: 15.00

15.15

15.35

Poster Village: Pod 2

End of session

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 16.15 – 18.15

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION

COMBINED SYMPOSIUM OF CATARACT & REFRACTIVE SOCIETIES

Infections & Syndromes Poster Village: Pod 3 Facilitators: 15.00

15.05

15.10

MONDAY

CSCRS C C

15.00 – 16.00

D. Boccuzzi ITALY A. Panico ITALY

ESCRS – European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons APACRS – Asia-Pacific Association of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons

L. Daniel Raj Ponniah, M. Ali INDIA Corneal stromal antibiotic implants: a novel therapy for posterior corneal infection

ASCRS – American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery

A. Okonkwo, L. Sansom, S. Naylor UK Can the 48-hour review of less severe contact lensrelated keratitis become a virtual review?

Current Debates in Ophthalmology

C. Hou, J. Lee TAIWAN Is it safe for patients with cancer to receive cataract surgery? Nationwide matched cohort study in Taiwan

Chairperson:

B. Cochener FRANCE (ESCRS)

Moderators:

G. Barrett AUSTRALIA (APACRS) W. De La Pena USA (LASCRS) E. Donnenfeld USA (ASCRS)

15.15

E. Alyamaç Sukgen, Y. Kocluk TURKEY Spontaneous corneal perforation and lens protrusion in a premature infant with Peters Syndrome

15.20

N. Karimjanova UZBEKISTAN The state of the organ of vision in hereditary kidney pathology in children

15.25

G. Chichua, N. Kobakhidze, C. Khor, T. Aung GEORGIA Genetic markers of exfoliation syndrome in Georgian population

15.30

D. Renault, G. Garhofer, E. Courrier, H. Rebika, G. Thuret, P. Gain FRANCE DropMeter interest in clinical trials

15.35

S. Dehghani, M. Rasoulianboroujeni, H. Ghassemi, L. Tayebi, R. Ghaffari, M. Zarei-Ghanavat, M. Hashemian IRAN 3D-printed membrane as an alternative to amniotic membrane for ocular surface/conjunctival defect reconstruction: an in vitro and in vivo study

15.40

Combined SymposiUM of Cataract and Refractive Societies

LASCRS – Latin American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons

Hall A1

Bilateral cataract is the way to go 16.15

J.J. Mura CHILE (LASCRS) Pro

16.25

M. Kim SOUTH KOREA (APACRS) Con

16.35 Discussion

SMILE is better than LASIK 16.45

S. Ganesh INDIA (APACRS) Pro

16.55

T. Kim USA (ASCRS) Con

17.05 Discussion

J. Lee, S. Jung, S. Lee SOUTH KOREA The association between heavy metals and dry eye syndrome in Korean adults: the Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

Intracameral prophylaxis should be mandatory 17.15

E. Donnenfeld USA (ASCRS) Pro

C. Pedrosa, V. Leal, A. Sousa Pina, C. Sousa, S. Costa, F. Falcao-Reis PORTUGAL Orbital vascular lesions: review of three years of clinical practice

17.25

A. Brezin FRANCE (ESCRS) Con

15.50

C. Putri, M. Edwards, J. Marr UK Ocular manifestations of De Barsy Syndrome (DBS)

Steroids are needed after cataract surgery

15.55

T. Sarenac Vulovic, S. Jovanovic, N. Petrovic, M. Janicijevic Petrovic, D. Todorovic, M. Todorovic, S. Sreckovic SERBIA Tear film quality after successful phacoemulsification

15.45

16.00

End of session

17.35 Discussion

17.45

B. Ventura BRAZIL (LASCRS) Pro

17.55

L. Wielders THE NETHERLANDS (ESCRS) Con

18.05 Discussion 18.15

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Corneal Endothelium & Cataract Surgery Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 1 Chairperson:

E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND

Co-Chairperson:

L. Kleineberg GERMANY

16.30

C. Cagini, A. Beccasio, T. Fiore, G. Torroni, G. Di Lascio ITALY Trehalose/sodium hyaluronate/carbomer eye drops in post-cataract ocular surface disorders

17.39

B. Armstrong UAE Global shortages and adverse effects of preservative-free lidocaine solution for off-label intracameral analgesia during phacoemulsification

16.36

A. Viberg, A. Behndig, B. Bystrom SWEDEN The impact of cornea guttata on the results of cataract surgery

17.45

16.42

F. Arnalich, D. Mingo, P. De Arriba SPAIN Predicting factors of corneal decompensation following cataract surgery in Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy

I. Barequet, N. Gomel, N. Bourla, A. Einan-Lifshitz, L. Lipsky ISRAEL The effect of gl ycemic control on aqueous humour glucose levels in diabetic patients undergoing elective cataract surgery

S. Shah, Y. Rajashekar, S. Gadaginamath INDIA Comparison of corneal endothelial cell loss induced by different cataract incisions in phacoemulsification using specular microscopy

16.54

P. Nivean, N. Madhivanan, A. Kavthekar INDIA Comparison of endothelial cell loss following phacoemulsification vs manual small incision cataract surgery: a prospective study

17.00

L. Kleineberg GERMANY Endothelial cell loss: is FLACS really better than phaco-chop?

17.06

S. Lane, T. Ianchulev USA Corneal endothelial cell density and morphology after phacoemulsification in primary open-angle glaucoma patients: 2 year results from the COMPASS study

18.00

End of session

MONDAY

16.48

17.51 Discussion

17.12 Discussion 17.21

C.A. Ganapathi, K. Kudlu, H. Shetty, S. Shetty INDIA Long-term corneal endothelial changes caused by intracameral xylocaine used in phacoemulsification surgery

17.27

D. Megur, B. Megur INDIA Descemet’s membrane detachment during cataract surgery: risk factors, management strategies, and outcomes

17.33

D. Dzhaber, O. Mustafa, A. Mihailovic, M. Konovalova, Y. Daoud USA Comparison of corneal endothelial cell loss and corneal thickness between conventional and femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery

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MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION

FREE PAPER SESSION

LASIK vs SMILE

Cornea Miscellaneous

Room A3

Room A3

Free Paper Forum: Podium 2

Free Paper Forum: Podium 3

Chairperson:

V. Katsanevaki GREECE

Chairperson:

G. Grabner AUSTRIA

Co-Chairperson:

J. Alió SPAIN

Co-Chairperson:

J. Alió del Barrio SPAIN

R. Pérez-Izquierdo, F. Poyales, D. Medel, A. Matamoros, I. Lopez-Brea, A. Gonzalez SPAIN Comparing stromal ablation depth resulting from ReLEx SMILE vs LASIK

16.30

W. Sansanayudh, N. Sansanayudh, T. Phansucharitthai THAILAND The effect of cold tetracaine on the severity of burning sensation upon instillation

16.36

E. Manche, J. Roe USA A comparison of SMILE surgery to wavefront-guided LASIK surgery: preliminary results of a prospective study

16.36

J. Ashar INDIA Evaluation of topical human epithelial growth factor for treatment of epithelial defect

16.42

I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Comparison of corneal epithelial remodeling over a year in LASIK vs SMILE: a contralateral eye study

16.42

A. Ghareeb, S. Kolli, S. Bojic, F. Figueiredo, M. Lako UK The role of nerve growth factor in limbal stem cell biology and corneal healing

16.48

E. Eskina, V. Parshina, K. Davtian, A. Davydova RUSSIA Correcting myopia with ReLEx SMILE and TransPRK: is it possible to compare?

16.48

16.54

J. Alió, M. Canto, D. Ribera, P. Yebana, A. Plaza-Puche, J. Alió del Barrio, M. Balgos SPAIN Visual and optical quality outcomes after small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE), Intralase laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (IntraLASIK), and transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy (TransPRK) for myopia correction: a pilot study

J. Alió del Barrio, D. Chung, O. Al-Shymali, P. Yebana, A. Aldave SPAIN Punctiform and polychromatic pre-Descemet’s dominant corneal dystrophy: report of two independent families, clinical findings, and the results of whole exome sequencing

16.54

M. Bizrah, A. Yusuf, S. Ahmad UK A study of ocular chemical injuries presenting to a tertiary eye centre in London, UK

MONDAY

16.30

17.00 Discussion 17.12

A. Hamid, A. Shortt, W. Muen, J. Dermott, C. O’Donnell, A. Hartwig, S. Vaswani UK Comparative wavefront aberration outcomes of small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) and femto LASIK treatments

17.00 Discussion 17.03

O. Daphna, A. Marcovich ISRAEL The Hyper-CL™ multi-center study

17.09

F. Nejat, H. Aghamollaei, K. Jadidi, H. Zare IRAN Safety and efficacy of maggot excretions/secretions for treatment of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus keratitis

17.15

A. Vega-Estrada, J. Alió, P. Sanz Diez, A. Osman, A. Mustafa Kamal SPAIN Corneal characteristics in Down syndrome patients R. Altan-Yaycioglu TURKEY The clinical patterns and treatment options in patients with ocular graft vs host disease

17.18

A. Konstantopoulos, Y. Liu, E. Teo, C. Nyein, G. Yam, J. Mehta UK Corneal stability of LASIK and SMILE when combined with collagen cross-linking

17.24

A. Stuart, D. Reinstein, G. Carp, T. Archer, R. Vida UK Inferior pseudo-hinge fulcrum technique for LASIK after SMILE and incidence of intraoperative complications

17.21

17.30

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

17.27 Discussion

17.36

17.42

S. Ramamurthy, G. Sachdev INDIA Comparative analysis of visual outcomes following treatment with small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) and femtosecond-assisted laser in situ keratomileusis (FS-LASIK) for high myopic astigmatism A. Adenwala, R. Shah INDIA Comparison of visual outcomes after small incision lenticule extraction and femtosecond laser-assisted laser in situ keratomileusis in myopia

17.48 Discussion 18.00

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17.36

S. Sül, A. Atac TURKEY Effect of oral digoxin use on corneal endothelium

17.42

S. Irfan PAKISTAN Is benign essential blepharospasm a ‘benign’ and/or an ‘essential’ condition?

17.48

S. Nobacht, B. Bachman, A. Domanian, D. Hos, M. Matthaei THE NETHERLANDS Radboud/Cologne Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy scale (Radboud/Cologne FECD scale)

17.54 Discussion 18.00

End of session


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

17.00 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION

Instructional Courses

Room A4 Chairperson:

T. Olsen DENMARK

IC98

Endothelial keratoplasty: UTDSEK, PDEK & DMEK (I)

M. Tsatsos UK, N. Ziakas GREECE, V. Liarakos GREECE, S. Jacob INDIA

Strauss 2

Co-Chairpersons: B. LaHood NEW ZEALAND B. Lopes UK

IC99 NEW

16.30

16.36

Y. Ninomiya, M. Fuchihata, Y. Muraguchi, N. Maeda JAPAN Prediction of postoperative intraocular lens position using anterior segment optical coherence tomography S. Amir-Asgari, N. Hirnschall, J. Hienert, H. Matz, C. Hauger, J. Steffen, O. Findl AUSTRIA Using intraoperative swept-source optical coherence tomography measurements of the aphakic eye to predict the postoperative intraocular lens position

16.42

R. Varsits, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Cataract quantification using swept-source-based optical coherence tomography

16.48

M. Ulusoy, S. Kivanc TURKEY Evaluation of iridocorneal angle, choroidal thickness, and retinal nerve fiber layer thickness in children with history of retinopathy of prematurity

17.15

17.21

17.27

17.33

17.39

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA, S. Masket USA

Room C2

IC100 Intrascleral IOL fixation (A) NEW

O. Findl AUSTRIA, G. Scharioth GERMANY, M. Kronschläger AUSTRIA

Room C3

IC101 Hit your target: basic concepts and guidance for proper IOL selection (B)

S. Palkovits AUSTRIA, N. Hirnschall AUSTRIA, V. Diakonis GREECE, N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS

Room A7

IC102 Improve your scientific skills (B) NEW

16.54 Discussion 17.09

EBO

Custom-made iris prosthesis: surgical techniques (A)

EBO

M. Shajari GERMANY, D. Koch USA, T. Kohnen GERMANY, W. Mayer GERMANY

Room A2

B. LaHood, M. Goggin NEW ZEALAND Measurement of posterior corneal astigmatism by the IOLMaster 700

IC103 What’s new in paediatric cataract surgery? (I)

L. Bataille, F. Cavas-Martinez, D. Fernandez-Pacheco, J. Velazquez, J. Bolare­n, J. Alió SPAIN Evaluation of the diagnostic ability of geometrical parameters characterising the morphology and regularity of the cornea in keratoconus

B. Lopes, R. Vinciguerra, P. Vinciguerra, J. Mello, R. Ambrosio UK Deep learning in ectasia detection: corneal tomographic enantiomorphism study R. Chandapura, M. Salomao, P. Khamar, M. Francis, R. Ambrosio, R. Shetty, A. Sinha Roy INDIA Time to reinvent the wheel: Bowman’s surface topography of keratoconus eyes for improved detection D. Maltsev, E. Kudryashova, A. Kulikov, A. Mareichev RUSSIA Relationship between central epithelial thickness and central corneal thickness in healthy eyes and eyes after laser in situ keratomileusis B. Kaluzny, M. Kaszuba-Modrzejewska, K. Retkowska, S. Hinc, P. Mlyniuk, J. Makowski, I. Zgorska POLAND Wide-field corneal epithelial thickness profile by optical coherence tomography in normal-eye population

S. Chandramouli INDIA, K. Narendran INDIA, M.J. Tassignon BELGIUM, T. Schultz GERMANY

Lehar 1

IC104 Deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: how to standardise and master the procedure (A)

M. Busin ITALY, C. Bovone ITALY, S. Madi EGYPT, V. Scorcia ITALY

Lehar 2

IC105 Meibomian gland dysfunction and chronic blepharitis (I)

J. McCulley USA, S. Awwad LEBANON

Lehar 3

IC106 What to do with keratoconus today (I) NEW

M. Dvali GEORGIA, A. Barbara ISRAEL, M. Ismail EGYPT, B. Sirbiladze GEORGIA

Lehar 4

IC107 Teaching and learning cataract surgery (B) NEW

J. Beltz AUSTRALIA, B. Soares BRAZIL, J. Kam AUSTRALIA, K. Darcy UK

Stolz 1

17.45 Discussion

IC108 Cataract surgery in patients with compromised ocular surface (I) NEW

18.00

End of session

J. Ashar INDIA, A. Mathur UAE, V. Jain INDIA

Stolz 2

(A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

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Anterior Segment Imaging I


MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER 18.00 – 20.00

IIIC SYMPOSIUM The Perfect Save: Challenging Cases Managed by International Experts Sponsored by the International Intra-Ocular Implant Club (IIIC)

Strauss 3 Moderators:

T. Kohnen GERMANY S. Slade USA

Panellists:

G. Barrett AUSTRALIA B. Cochener FRANCE J. Güell SPAIN M. Knorz GERMANY D. Koch USA R. Zaldivar ARGENTINA

MONDAY

The International Intra-Ocular Implant Club (IIIC) was founded in 1966 by Sir Harold Ridley, the inventor of the IOL, and is an invitational society devoted to the art and the science of intraocular lens implantation. The IIIC symposium will focus on global issues of lens-based surgery including management of complications, new technology, and advanced techniques to improve surgical outcomes. The expertise of international leaders in cataract surgery will be highlighted in a case-based programme featuring video presentations and will be discussed by a panel of thought leaders in the field of lens-based surgery. 18.00

T. Kohnen GERMANY, S. Slade USA Introduction

19.00

B. Cochener FRANCE A special case

18.05

L. Buratto ITALY FLACS and phakic IOL

19.06

Discussion

18.11

Discussion

19.11

G. Barrett AUSTRALIA Double trouble: phaco and IOL after phakic IOL

18.16

D. Koch USA The pressure is on

18.22

Discussion

18.27

H. Tchah SOUTH KOREA Saving Private Ryan, Saving Private IOL

18.33

Discussion

18.38

J. Güell SPAIN Anterior segment reconstruction after trauma

18.44

Discussion

18.49

T. Oshika JAPAN Secondary IOL implantation in the presence of Soemmering’s ring

18.55

Discussion

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19.17 Discussion 19.22

Y. Ke CHINA A new MIGS (ABiC) combined cataract surgery

19.28 Discussion 19.33

T. Kohnen GERMANY Dislocated IOL

19.39 Discussion 19.44 Conclusion 20.00

End of session


ESCRS

Practice Management

& Development

23–24 September 2018

Practice Management Masterclass Sunday 23 September 08.30 – 18.00

How to Master the Conversion Funnel: Marketing to Patients at Every Stage of Their Journey, from Information Seeking Through to Surgical Booking. Rod Solar and Laura Livesey founded LiveseySolar Practice Builders in 1997. The company specialises in helping cataract and refractive surgery clients, large and small, to grow. This Masterclass, split into seven modules, is designed to equip participants with the knowledge and tools they need to increase the growth potential of their refractive surgery practices. Delegates will be encouraged to share their ideas and experiences, and to discuss what barriers they face when trying to grow their practices.

Practice Management & Development Programme Monday 24 September 08.00 – 18.00 Chairperson: Paul Rosen UK Moderators: Caroline Anderson UK, Arthur Cummings IRELAND, Soosan Jacob INDIA, Michael Malley USA, Paul McGinn IRELAND, Kris Morrill FRANCE, Rod Solar UK

Topics Include: 

How to position and prepare your ophthalmic practice for purchase: the proven exit strategy revealed

How to write compelling direct response copy for websites, social media and email marketing

How to attract millennials and baby boomers with your digital footprint

Social media for ophthalmologists: risks and benefits

Why your website design could make or break your practice

GDPR: your unlimited liability

Pooling resources and co-operation with colleagues

How to attract young ophthalmologists to private practice

For full programme see pages 39 & 60


Moderated Poster Sessions Presented Poster Sessions E-Poster Terminals

See Programme Overview for Session Times

Located in Hall A


TUESDAY 25 September

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Biometry & Quality of Vision Room A2 Chairperson:

T. Amzallag FRANCE

Co-Chairpersons: R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS S. Marcos SPAIN

08.00

S. Selvam, L. Whitefield UK Bloopers in biometry

08.06

C. Goudie, R. Davies, A. Tatham, A. Sifton, M. Wright UK The effect of the timing of the cessation of contact lens use on the results of biometry

08.12

P. Hoffmann GERMANY Swept-source OCT biometry for refractive evaluation of both corneal curvatures

08.18

08.24

C. Panthier, A. De Wazieres, H. Rouger, A. Saad, D. Gatinel FRANCE Average lens density quantification with swept-source OCT integrated into the IOLMaster 700: an optimised and automatised version of the technique for cataract grading M. Böhm, E. Hemkeppler, S. Torp, A. Noll, M. Müller, K. Kunert, T. Kohnen GERMANY Comparison of intraoperative optical coherence tomography of a femtosecond laser with Scheimpflug tomography and anterior segment optical coherence tomography

08.30 Discussion 08.36

TUESDAY

08.42

08.48

G. Salerno, I. De Pascale, F. Cione, A. Pepe, M. De Bernardo ITALY Corneal power and axial length before and after cataract surgery Q. Zhao, W. Yang, M. Zhang, D. Li, Z. Wang, W. Chen, Y. Li CHINA Agreement of the swept-source OCT-based IOLMaster 700 and the IOLMaster 500 in pseudophakic patients M. Ghoreishi, M. Abdi-Shahshahani, A. Peyman, M. Pourazizi IRAN A model for predicting sulcus-to-sulcus diameter in posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens candidates: correlation between ocular biometric parameters

08.54 Discussion 09.00

A. Sancho, S. Méndez Martinez, F. Bartol-Puyal, G. Gimenez Calvo, B. Cordon Ciordia, I. Altemir Gomez, V. Polo Llorens, L. Pablo Julvez SPAIN Unexpected spherical aberration outcomes with premium intraocular lenses

09.06

R. Lapid-Gortzak, Y. Kushlin, O. Lapid THE NETHERLANDS Area under the graph as a modality for comparing multifocal IOLs

09.12

T. Amzallag, J. Pynson, F. Bavouzet FRANCE Mathematical model to evaluate presbyopia: correcting performance of intraocular lenses

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09.18

M. Rodriguez-Vallejo, A. Tauste, E. Lopez-Artero, A. Matamoros, A. Martinez Amat, F. Poyales, J. Fernandez SPAIN Incorporation of the area under the fast visual acuity defocus curve in clinical practice for detecting differences among multifocal intraocular lenses

09.24 Discussion 09.30

S. Marcos, M. Vinas, A. Gonzalez-Ramos, S. Aissati, C. Dorronsoro, N. Garzon, F. Poyales SPAIN Chromatic aberration in patients implanted with hydrophilic and hydrophobic monofocal and FineVision trifocal IOLs measured in vivo

09.36

J. Loicq, N. Willet, D. Gatinel BELGIUM LCA discussion on diffractive intraocular lenses: a new optical design to correct chromatic aberration

09.42

N. Bayer, L. Traxler, N. Hirnschall, A. Drauschke, R. Leitgeb, O. Findl AUSTRIA Analysis of the effect of intraocular lens misalignments based on an optomechanical eye model

09.48

J. Beenakker, L. van Vught, Y. Cheng, G. Luyten THE NETHERLANDS Increased peripheral spherical aberrations are present in patients with negative dysphotopsia

09.54 Discussion 10.00

L. Lenton AUSTRALIA Visual performance in a flight simulator: multifocal intraocular lenses in pilots

10.06

C. Bellucci, R. Bellucci ITALY Reading speed comparison between the distance and the near power of a multifocal IOL

10.12

H. Hwang, C. Choi, E. Kim, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Simulated vision of patients with multifocal intraocular lens by a new mobile model eye

10.18

S. Kaya Ünsal, F. Helvaciogu, E. Sunay, O. Kavalcioglu, A. Akyurt, T. Akin TURKEY Factors affecting dissatisfaction after trifocal IOL implantation

10.24 Discussion 10.30

End of session


TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00

08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION

FREE PAPER SESSION

Cataract Surgery Special Cases

Paediatric Ophthalmology & Other Topics

Room A3

Room A3

Free Paper Forum: Podium 1

Free Paper Forum: Podium 2

Chairperson:

G. Kleinmann ISRAEL

Chairperson:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

Co-Chairperson:

Z. Biro HUNGARY

Co-Chairperson:

S. Maedel AUSTRIA

E. Pirogova, O. Fabrikantov, S. Nikolashin RUSSIA Intralenticular pressure measurement in intumescent cataract patients

08.06

N. Agrawal, L. Agarwal, A. Anand NEPAL Long-term safety and functional outcome of sutureless and glueless scleral fixated intraocular lens in post-traumatic vitrectomised eyes

08.12

Z. Biro HUNGARY Cataract surgery on previously vitrectomised eyes

08.18 Discussion

08.00

B. Bayraktutar, A. Yildiz Tas, O. Muftuoglu, H. Basmak, A. Sahin TURKEY The effect of axial length and refraction on corneal topographic parameters in school children

08.06

M. Nassif, A. Gabr, S. Soliman EGYPT Photorefraction using Plusoptix Vision Screener: value, constancy, and credibility

08.12

S. Giugno ITALY Managing progressive myopia by orthokeratology

08.18

I. Hajji, L. Soltani, H. Ahammou, A. Moutaouakil MOROCCO Paediatric ectopia lentis: clinical profile and evolution

08.30

M. Soyler, H. Sabur TURKEY Capsule-sparing lens surgery techniques using sutured segments or rings in cases with microspherophakia

08.24

08.36

G. Kleinmann, S. Goldfeather Ben Zaken ISRAEL Our experience with the AssiAnchor in six eyes of Marfan patients

M. Vlasov, A. Tereschenko, I. Trifanenkova RUSSIA Femtosecond laser posterior capsulotomy in paediatric surgery of the primary persistent hyperplastic vitreous

08.30

08.42

L. Sankaranarayanan, P. Krishnan, R. Bhat INDIA Long-term outcome of retro-fixated iris claw IOLs in Marfan’s syndrome

I. Zaidullin, M. Bikbov RUSSIA The accuracy of various formulas for IOL power calculation in infants with congenital cataract

08.36

J. Neffendorf, E. Hawkes, V. Sandford, D. Hildebrand UK Safety and outcomes of paediatric cataract surgery

08.48

S. Ravilla, J. Rajendran, S. Narendran INDIA Comparison of visual outcomes and complications of manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS) and phacoemulsification in brunescent cataract: a retrospective analysis of 350 eyes

08.42

S. Vasavada, S. Srivastava, A. Vasavada, V. Vasavada INDIA Long-term outcomes following intraocular lens implantation in children undergoing paediatric cataract surgery

08.48

O. Abdullah IRAQ A new simplified congenital cataract surgery approach

08.54 Discussion 09.06

J. Novak CZECH REPUBLIC Long-term experiences with artificial iris

09.12

J. Riedl, U. Vossmerbaeumer GERMANY Results after artifical iris implantation

09.18

K. Vasanthananthan, N. Demirkaya, I. van der Meulen, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Implantation of Aniridia Lens II: a case series

09.24 09.30

09.36

09.06

A. Kachanov, A. Varavka, S. Bauer, B. Zimin RUSSIA The relationship between higher-order aberrations and the spherical component of refraction

09.12

A. Gandhi INDIA Post-surgical ptosis: a randomised controlled trial

S. Srivannaboon, C. Chirapapaisan, N. Chirapapaisan THAILAND Posterior corneal data to improve refractive outcomes in cataract surgery

09.18

S. Agarwal, B. Srinivasan, G. Iyer INDIA Approach to cataract surgery in patients with Stevens-Johnson syndrome

J. Kim, W. Whang, H. Kim SOUTH KOREA The analysis of surgically-induced astigmatism on total cornea after micro-coaxial cataract surgery

09.24

S. Maedel, I. Baumhauer, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Dynamic assessment and prediction of pseudophakodonesis after uneventful cataract surgery

09.30

M. Kronschläger AUSTRIA Pharmacokinetics of caffeine in the lens capsule/ epithelium after peroral intake: a pilot randomised controlled study

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: an updated report from the ESCRS PREMED study

09.42 Discussion 10.00

08.54 Discussion

End of session

09.36 Discussion

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08.00


TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Small Lenticule Extraction Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 3

09.48

D. Pavlenko, T. Pavlenko UKRAINE Acute-onset non-correctable bilateral myopia in a previously healthy woman: an unexplained case

09.54

H. Zwickl, S. Maedel, N. Hirnschall, B. Doeller, P. Nguyen, O. Findl AUSTRIA Asymmetry of pupil dilation and change in angle kappa in pseudophakic eyes

10.00

R. Frisina, E. Midena ITALY Pupil cerclage technique for treatment of traumatic mydriasis

10.06

C. Pedrosa, V. Leal, A. Sousa Pina, C. Sousa, P. Cardoso, F. Falcao-Reis PORTUGAL Orbital neoplastic lesions: review of three years of clinical practice

10.12

W. Aalam, A. Mousa, M. Alharbi, M. Alrehaili, A. Alharbi, Y. Alharbi, R. Badawi SAUDI ARABIA Findings of a local survey of contact lens awareness and compliance in Saudi Arabia

10.18

M. Repar Kokalj, M. Tekavcic Pompe, V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA Visual axis opacification after congenital cataract surgery in the first year of life with or without intraocular lens implantation: more than 5 year follow-up

Chairperson:

A. Cummings IRELAND

Co-Chairperson:

D. Donate FRANCE

08.00

M. Abdalla, O. Ibrahim, A. Elmassry, M. Sabry EGYPT 7 year results of small incision lenticule extraction

08.06

R. Vida, D. Reinstein, G. Carp, T. Archer UK Three month outcomes for SMILE between -9.00 and -14.00 D

08.12

N. Shakeeb, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Comparison of predicted vs achieved lenticular thickness using anterior segment optical coherence tomography in patients undergoing refractive lenticular extraction (ReLEx) small incision refractive lenticule extraction (SMILE)

08.18

K. Sriprakash, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Comparison of optical quality with interface wash vs no interface wash following SMILE procedure for myopic correction

08.24

A. Lazaridis, E. Giallouros, B. Spiru, W. Sekundo GERMANY Changes of corneal thickness spatial profile, corneal volume distribution, and corneal power after SMILE

08.30

R. Arra, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Comparison of visual outcome and optical quality using double-pass system for lenticuloschisis in ReLEx SMILE

08.36 Discussion

10.30

08.45

V. Schmelter, J. Siedlecki, W. Mayer, T. Kreutzer, S. Priglinger, M. Dirisamer, N. Luft GERMANY Determinants of long-term subjective quality of vision after small incision lenticule extraction

08.51

O. Kostin, S. Rebrikov, A. Ovchinnikov, A. Stepanov RUSSIA Estimation of SMILE functional results in eyes with superficial corneal opacities in the optic zone

08.57

A. Viljanen FINLAND Low energy SMILE gives better short-term UCVA compared to higher energy SMILE

09.03

J. Huang, Y. Shen, M. Chen, X. Zhou, X. Qu CHINA Clinical observation of partial using of 0.1% bromfenac sodium after femtosecond laser small-incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) in myopia

09.09

N. Luft, J. Siedlecki, C. Wertheimer, T. Kreutzer, W. Mayer, S. Priglinger, M. Dirisamer GERMANY Ray tracing vs empirically optimised formulae for intraocular lens power calculation after SMILE

TUESDAY

10.24 Discussion End of session

09.15 Discussion

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.30

FREE PAPER SESSION Anterior Segment Imaging II Room A4 Chairperson:

T. Kohnen GERMANY

Co-Chairpersons: O. Moraru ROMANIA V. Qin BELGIUM A. Ivarsen, J. Hjortdal DENMARK Does small incision lenticule extraction induce astigmatism after correction of myopia?

09.30

E. Igras, B. Czarnota-Nowakowska, P. Krzywicki POLAND Comparison of the clinical effectiveness of correcting different types of astigmatism with small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE)

09.36

T. Archer, D. Reinstein, G. Carp, R. Vida UK Unique nomogram findings for SMILE: primary astigmatism correction and LASIK retreatment

09.42

S. Taneri, S. Kiessler, A. Rost, T. Schultz, B. Dick GERMANY SMILE for the correction of myopic astigmatism

09.48

D. Donate, R. Thaeron FRANCE ReLEx SMILE with low energy levels: assessment of early visual and optical quality recovery

08.00

E. Mostafa, A. Mounir EGYPT Meibomian gland dropout in patients with keratoconus using Sirius meibography

08.06

P. Kiyat, M. Palamar, B. Gerceker Turk, A. Yagci TURKEY Dry eye and quantitative/qualitative changes of meibomian glands in pemphigus patients

08.12

I. Toprak, S. Fenkci, G. Fidan Yaylali, C. Martin, V. Yaylali TURKEY Alterations in corneal endothelium in diabetic patients with microalbuminuria

08.18

M. Kanai, S. Koh, T. Sato, Y. Yasukura, Y. Noguchi, V. Jhanji, K. Nishida JAPAN Ocular surface changes before and after 25-gauge vitrectomy in eyes with posterior segment diseases

08.24

P. JosĂŠ, F. Teixeira, D. Sousa, I. Leal, C. Neves, L. Pinto PORTUGAL A new automated gonioscope to evaluate angle details

08.30

S. Maeno, S. Koh, Y. Oie, C. Busch, M. Ichii, Y. Kanakura, K. Nishida JAPAN Detection of subclinical corneal alterations associated with multiple myeloma by corneal densitometry

08.36

S. Holzer, F. Beer, N. Pircher, G. Schmidinger, M. Pircher, C. Hitzenberger, J. Lammer AUSTRIA Imaging of corneal scars using polarisation sensitive OCT

09.54 Discussion 10.03

A. Titov, S. Golovatenko RUSSIA Influence of energy parameters on visual acuity after ReLEx SMILE

10.09

K. Kudlu, C. A. Ganapathi, S. Shetty, H. Shetty INDIA 12 month review of contrast sensitivity, high-order aberrations, spherical aberrations, and complications after small-incision lenticule extraction (ReLEx SMILE)

10.15

Y. Zhao, F. Zhao, T. Han, J. Zhao CHINA Hyperopia lenticule quality of small incision lenticule extraction in rabbits evaluated via scanning electron microscopy

08.42 Discussion 08.52

D. Tognetto, A. Perrotta, A. Gaggino, G. Guerin, G. Veroi, C. De Giacinto ITALY Assessment of corneal parameters using IOLMaster 700: repeatability and agreement with Scheimpflug tomography and specular miscoscopy

08.58

P. Fedor USA New quantitative analysis of the anterior segment imaging and new biomechanical model of the eye

09.04

P. Michel, N. Abraham, K. Hawa FRANCE Crystalline lens radius of curvature analysis with anterior segment swept-source OCT Casia2 (Tomey)

09.10

O. Moraru, M. Iliescu, C. Moraru ROMANIA The role of intraoperative optical coherence tomography in anterior segment surgical pathology: case series presentation

09.16

S. Serrao, M. Lombardo, G. Lombardo ITALY Differences of corneal and epithelial thickness profiles between stable and progressive keratoconus

09.22

S. Goel INDIA Pentacam top indices for diagnosing subclinical and definite keratoconus

10.21 Discussion 10.30

End of session

09.28 Discussion

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09.24


TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 08.00 – 10.00 Instructional Courses IC109* Anterior segment surgical solutions for secondary repair of post-traumatic eyes (A)

09.38

09.44

09.50

09.56

TUESDAY

10.02

O. Rozanova, T. Iureva RUSSIA Scheimpflug registration of the accommodation response in young patients with emmetropia, myopia, pigment dispersion syndrome, juvenile glaucoma

Lehar 1

IC110 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

Lehar 2

M. Leucci, D. Gore, B. Allan, E. McVeigh, E. Minchin, N. O’Brart UK OCT vs Scheimpflug in corneal tomography: repeatability analysis in Pentacam and MS-39

IC111

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

M. Sommer, M. Nitsche-Resch, A. Kollenc, W. Glatz, M. Shajari, G. Steinwender AUSTRIA Influence of Scheimpflug corneal tomography parameters on refractive astigmatism and visual acuity in patients with keratoconus

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

L. Asena, D. Dursun Altinors TURKEY Comparison of Scheimpflug equivalent keratometry readings and swept-source OCT based biometer keratometry readings in intraocular lens power calculations E. Yassa, C. Unlu TURKEY Accuracy of corneal power measurement with rotating Scheimpflug camera combined with Placido’s disc corneal topography after myopic laser refractive surgery

10.08

M. Henriquez, L. Izquierdo Jr., M. Hadid, L. Canola-Ramirez, M. Cerrate, C. Maldonado, J. Chauca PERU Diagnostic ability to distinguish high astigmatism from ectatic cornea using two different Scheimpflug devices

10.14

F. Uzun, H. Findik TURKEY Anterior segment parameters as predictors of intraocular pressure reduction after phacoemulsification cataract surgery in nonglaucomatous eyes

10.20

B. Cochener, H. Alhajj, M. Lamard, G. Quellec FRANCE Surgical tool detection in cataract surgery

10.26 Discussion 10.30

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

End of session

Lehar 3

IC112 The evolution of PTK: from plano treatments to transepithelial custom corneal wavefrontNEW guided ablations – a step-by-step course to achieve optimal results (A)

P. Vinciguerra ITALY, R. Vinciguerra ITALY, J. Tan SINGAPORE, T. Archer UK

Lehar 4

IC113 Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) challenges (A)

G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS, L. Baydoun THE NETHERLANDS, I. Dapena THE NETHERLANDS, L. Ham THE NETHERLANDS, K. Van Dijk THE NETHERLANDS, D. Santander-Garcia THE NETHERLANDS

Lehar 5

08.00 – 09.00 Instructional Courses IC114 Building a successful online footprint from reviews to next generation social media (I) NEW

D. Evans USA

Stolz 1

IC115 Anesthesia for anterior segment surgery (B)

R. Bellucci ITALY, B. Cochener FRANCE, D. Spalton UK, A. Toso ITALY

Stolz 2

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

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Equipment, Instrumentation & Surgical Devices Poster Village: Pod 1 M. Shajari GERMANY G. Steinwender AUSTRIA

09.30

C. Cagini, T. Fiore, M. Messina, M. Perri ITALY Corneal incision width after lens implantation: comparing delivery systems

09.35

Y. Byun, S. Chung, C. Joo SOUTH KOREA The effect of cycloplegia on the accuracy of SRK-T, Haigis, and Holladay 2 formulae

09.40 E. Egorova, V. Dulidova RUSSIA Adhesion of the posterior capsule to the intraocular lens after phacoemulsification with primary posterior capsulorhexis in pseudoexfoliation syndrome 09.45

M. Tai TAIWAN The visual outcomes of presbyopia treatment with asymmetrical refractive LENTIS Mplus using mix-andmatch methods

09.50

A. Marukhnenko, V. Fokin, N. Kadatskaya RUSSIA Comparison of long-term results of various methods of intraocular correction of aphakia in the absence of capsular support

09.55

M. Garibotto, S. Labjuhn, M. Segura, M. Arzdorf GERMANY Oldie still goldie: IOLMaster 400 with SRK/T vs Hill RBF Formula

10.00

T. Ellakkani EGYPT Outcomes of bimanual MICS and 2.2-mm coaxial phacoemulsification

10.05

P. Stodulka, R. Packard CZECH REPUBLIC CapsuLaser capsulotomy after 18 months

10.10

A. Sachdev, S. Madge UK Verion vs IOLMaster: which is more accurate in predicting postoperative spherical outcomes for phacoemulsification with intraocular lens implant surgery?

10.15

S. Demircan, C. Ozsaygili, E. Pangal TURKEY Comparison of different energy modalities in torsional phacoemulsification

10.20

A. Kothari, A. Kelkar, J. Kelkar, H. Mehta INDIA To evaluate the surgical outcome of precision pulse capsulotomy in phacoemulsification surgery

10.25

P. Puzo, G. Giuliani, A. Nacucchi, G. Sborgia, L. Sborgia, G. Alessio ITALY Cataract surgery using torsional without ultrasound power or nanolaser photofragmentation: corneal tissue trauma

10.30

A. Alosaily, M. Aljindan SAUDI ARABIA Intra-correlations between cataract density based on Scheimpflug image, phacodynamics, surgery duration, and endothelial cell loss after phacoemulsification

10.35

M. Labetoulle FRANCE Efficacy and safety of intracameral administration of a fixed combination of mydriatics and anesthetics during cataract surgery in type II diabetic patients

10.40

G. Şahin, O. Temizsoylu TURKEY To predict the presence of intraoperative floppy iris syndrome (IFIS) with biomicroscopic findings preoperatively

10.45

D. Lucena, R. Jorge, K. Viana, C. Gordilho, F. Almeida, I. Scott, A. Messias BRAZIL Combined pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) and phacoemulsification (phaco) vs PPV and deferred phaco for patients with macular hole: one year outcomes

10.50

E. Kokareva, A. Kulikov, A. Kuznetzov RUSSIA Optical biometry results in silicon filled eyes

10.55

M. Shajari, C. Kolb, I. Schmack, W. Mayer, G. Steinwender, S. Priglinger, T. Kohnen GERMANY Characteristics of preoperative and postoperative astigmatism in patients undergoing Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty

11.00

End of session

TUESDAY

Facilitators:

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Refractive Surgery New Techniques/ Instrumentation/Devices III Poster Village: Pod 2 Facilitators:

S. Amir-Asgari AUSTRIA S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

09.30

I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Asphericity factor adjusted customised (F-CAT) vs topography-guided myopic ablation: contralateral eyes study evaluation

10.35

B. Feijoo, F. Ribeiro, L. Zabala, A. Souza e Silva, C. Relha PORTUGAL Efficacy and safety with ICL implantation: 8 years of experience

09.35

P. Bänninger, L. Faes, C. Kaufmann, V. Reichmuth, L. Bachmann, M. Thiel SWITZERLAND Effects of video-presented information about excimer laser treatment on ametropic patients’ knowledge and satisfaction with the informed consent process: a randomised controlled trial

10.40

R. Khoramnia, F. Hengerer, G. Auffarth GERMANY First experiences with the Flexivue Microlens corneal inlay for presbyopia treatment

10.45

K. Kudlu, C. Ganapathi, S. Shetty, V. Jain INDIA Laser blended vision-LASIK for presbyopia and clinical experience in 300 patients: a 2 year follow-up study

10.50

R. Cobo-Soriano, J. Baviera, F. Llovet, C. Munoz, C. Costa, J. Beltran SPAIN Multifocal IOLs for post-LASIK eyes: linking preoperative high order aberration (HOAs) and spherical aberration (Z40) to postoperative visual performance

10.55

A. Petkova, P. Vassileva BULGARIA Surgical and non-surgical presbyopia correction options: our experience

11.00

End of session

TUESDAY

09.40 X. Wang CHINA Effect of incisional direction on astigmatism after implantable collamer lens with a central hole 09.45

M. Nicolae, A. Filip, M. Filip, E. Rotaru ROMANIA ReLEx SMILE: our experience of 900 cases

09.50

H. Chung, E. Sanders, G. Rocha, J. Bhamra CANADA Current Canadian opinions on refractive surgery and approaches to presbyopia correction

09.55

L. Amato EL SALVADOR Refractive and topometric results post realisation of flap with femtosecond over already-made flap with microkeratome

10.00

O. Rudycheva, O. Bobrova, O. Kravchenko, N. Lutsenko UKRAINE Clinical case of traumatic LASIK flap dislocation

10.05

B. Park, D. Ham, J. Lee, G. Ryu SOUTH KOREA Changes in ocular biometrics measured using the IOLMaster after implantation of a phakic intraocular lens

10.10

M. García-Domene, E. Fernandez-Lopez, M. Roig-Revert, M. Penades-Fons, J. Artigas, C. Peris-Martinez SPAIN Light transmission in explanted phakic intraocular lenses

10.15

V. Vargas, A. Marinho, J. Alió SPAIN Bilensectomy results after phakic iris claw intraocular lens explantation

10.20

M. Abdellah, E. Mostafa EGYPT Implantation of the phakic intraocular implantable collamer lens (ICL) for correction of paediatric unilateral high myopia: 3 year follow-up

10.25

M. Al Dreihi, H. Alfhaily, A. Anbari GERMANY Long-term results of iris-claw phakic intraocular lens implantation for the correction of high myopia: 5 year follow-up

10.30

L. Espandar, P. Philips, L. Herstine, C. Maloney USA Implantable collamer lens in 84 eyes: follow-up and management of postoperative complications encountered

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 09.30 – 11.00

PRESENTED POSTER SESSION Cornea: Surgical Poster Village: Pod 3 Facilitators:

J. Brekelmans THE NETHERLANDS N. Visser THE NETHERLANDS

09.30

P. Laubichler, A. Laubichler, P. Jirak, M. Bolz AUSTRIA Descemetorhexis using different media: findings of the DMEK register, Linz

09.35

S. Siebelmann, M. Janetzko, P. Konig, P. Scholz, M. Matthaei, C. Cursiefen, B. Bachmann GERMANY Intra and postoperative influence of two different cartridges for transplant injection during Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty

09.40 M. Ziaei, A. Gokul, D. Patel, C. McGhee NEW ZEALAND Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty for treatment of iridocorneal endothelial syndrome

10.30

C. Arce, H. Pfluck, L. Bocchese, L. Sampaio, A. Forseto, N. Pereira BRAZIL Curvature and pachymetry maps may guide the location and deepness of the cannula used to form the big bubble type 1 in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK)

10.35

N. Senchenko, T. Iureva RUSSIA Optical-reconstructive surgery on the basis of penetrating keratoplasty in patients with iatrogenic ectasia of the cornea and combined diseases of the anterior segment of the eye

10.40

T. Senoo, S. Yamazaki, K. Nakamura, M. Bando JAPAN Corneal biomechanical properties after femtosecond laser-assisted keratoplasty as determined by ocular response analyser

09.45

J. Kang, D. Ritterband, K. Lai, J. Liebmann, J. Seedor USA Outcome of Descemet’s stripping endothelial keratoplasty in eyes with glaucoma drainage devices

09.50

A. Slavik Lencova, I. Schmack, T. Kohnen GERMANY Bilateral Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty in a young adult for Fuchs’ dystrophy after several excimer surgeries

10.45

M. Zemba, A. Stamate ROMANIA Technical challenges of penetrating keratoplasty in central corneal dystrophy associated with a peripheral corneal lesion

09.55

V. Trnková, D. Spirka, O. Vlasak, E. Smrckova, Z. Hlinomazova CZECH REPUBLIC Relationship between the donor and donor cornea characteristics and post-surgery responses of the graft endothelial parameters after DMEK

10.50

R. Solanki INDIA An on-table diagnosis of brittle cornea syndrome

O. Evren Kemer, E. Karaca, D. Ozek TURKEY A new surgical technique: Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty in vitrectomized eyes

10.05

Y. Ji, K. Seo SOUTH KOREA The effect of conjunctivochalasis correction with electrosurgery on dry eye disease

10.10

R. Tweddel, S. Hamada UK Outcomes of cultivated oral mucosal epithelial transplantation (COMET) for ocular surface disorders and limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) in the UK

10.15

H. Choe, C. Yoon, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Transplantation of circumferentially-trephined autologous oral mucosal graft on ocular surface reconstruction in patients with limbal stem cell deficiency

10.20

S. Bagaglia, G. Gabriele, C. Menicacci, P. Gennaro ITALY Combined corneal and facial nerve neurotization technique in the treatment of iatrogenic paralysis of the facial nerve and neurotrophic keratitis: 2 year follow-up of a case report

10.25

R. Barrera, E. Otero COLOMBIA Recipient corneal bed thickness in deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: does it have a significant role?

11.00

End of session

TUESDAY

10.00

10.55 Discussion

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 11.00 – 13.00

14.00 – 16.00

MAIN SYMPOSIUM

PRESBYOPIA WORKSHOP

Refractive Surgery for High Ametropia

Surgical Correction of Presbyopia: The New Era

Room C1 Chairpersons: 11.00 11.15

A. Day UK J. Güell SPAIN

P. Artal SPAIN Optical and anatomical limitations

Chairpersons:

11.40

O. Findl AUSTRIA Intraocular surgery in the long eye

11.55

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Intraocular surgery in the short eye

12.10 Discussion 12.20

W. Sekundo GERMANY Corneal surgery in high hyperopia: what are the limits?

12.35

J. Hjortdal DENMARK Correction of high astigmatism

12.50 Discussion End of session

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND I. Pallikaris GREECE

14.00

I. Pallikaris GREECE Objective evaluation of presbyoptics: the internal optics of the ageing eye

14.15

J. Alió SPAIN Laser correction of presbyopia

J. Mehta SINGAPORE Corneal surgery in high myopia: SMILE vs LASIK vs PRK

11.30 Discussion

13.00

Room A4

14.30 Discussion 14.40

G. Grabner AUSTRIA Corneal inlays

14.55

D. Spalton UK IOL correction of presbyopia

15.10 Discussion 15.20

H. Ginis GREECE EDOF vs multifocal IOLs: the pros and cons of the two approaches

15.35

G. Auffarth GERMANY Assessment of glare and halos in presbyopia correction with IOLs

15.50 Discussion

TUESDAY

16.00

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION IOL Power Calculations, Post-LASIK & Extreme Eyes Room A2 Chairperson:

F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL

Co-Chairperson:

M. Shajari GERMANY

14.00

B. Feijoo, F. Ribeiro, T. Ferreira, L. Zabala, P. Guerra, C. Goncalves, J. Couceiro PORTUGAL Comparison of current IOL power calculation methodologies

15.22

J. Coelho, C. Abreu, P. Baptista, M. Lume, R. Salgado, P. Meneres, M. Brochado PORTUGAL Accuracy of the new IOL power calculation formulas in eyes with long axial length

14.06

A. Turnbull, G. Barrett UK Using the first eye prediction error in cataract surgery to refine the refractive outcome of the second eye: a comparison of two methods in a paired-eye dataset of 605 patients

15.28

M. Breen, R. Dimalanta, C. Hamilton, R. Cionni USA Analysis of real-world refractive outcomes in patients with long eyes comparing intraoperative aberrometry to preoperative calculations

14.12

G. Debellemanière, D. Gatinel, A. Saad FRANCE Intraocular lens calculation using machine learning and deep learning methods

15.34

P. Preußner, P. Hoffmann, J. Wahl GERMANY Intraocular lens (IOL) calculation in very long eyes

15.40

A. Shrivastava, P. Behera, S. Patel INDIA Precision of refractive predictability of five intraocular lens power calculation formulas in short eyes

15.46

A. Wegner, M. Wolff, V. Wittwer, T. Seiler SWITZERLAND The rate of LASIK ‘fine tuning’ in patients post multifocal intraocular lens implantation

14.18

14.24

M. Shajari, C. Kolb, K. Petermann, M. Böhm, M. Herzog, N. De Lorenzo, T. Kohnen GERMANY Comparison of 7 modern intraocular lens power calculation formulas for a quadrifocal lens I. Fischinger, M. Tetz GERMANY Impact of asphericity and folding of intraocular lenses on the intraoperative aberrometry used to improve refractive outcome

15.52 Discussion 16.00

End of session

14.38

J. Hienert, N. Hirnschall, C. Pilwachs, M. Ruiß, K. Kefer, B. Doller, O. Findl AUSTRIA Prospective comparative fellow-eye clinical trial to evaluate the axial position stability of the CT LUCIA 611P and the CT ASPHINA 409MP IOLs

14.44

S. Beheregaray, M. Goggin, B. LaHood AUSTRALIA Toric intraocular lens calculation post corneal refractive surgery: method, description, and outcomes

14.50

C. Palomino, A. Castillo, D. Carmona, M. Romero SPAIN Accuracy of IOL calculation after corneal refractive surgery

14.56

V. Vrijman, A. Abulafia, J. van der Linden, I. van der Meulen, M. Mourits, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Accuracy of different intraocular lens calculation formulas of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery calculator in eyes after corneal refractive laser surgery for hyperopia in multifocal IOL implantation

TUESDAY

14.30 Discussion

15.02 Discussion 15.16

P. Kusumgar, M. Kurian, S. Bhatnagar, N. Israni INDIA Comparison of SRK-T, Barrett, Hill-RBF, and Lada’s super-formula in predicting refractive outcomes after cataract surgery in extreme myopic eyes

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION IOL Dislocation & Opacification Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 1 Chairperson:

A. Behndig SWEDEN

Co-Chairperson:

K. Krootila FINLAND

14.00

A. Liaska, T. Pallantzas, E. Makri, S. Stamelou, D. Mitsiou, K. Andrianopoulou GREECE Preoperative predictive factors of late in-the-bag intraocular lens dislocation

15.18

14.06

K. Krootila, A. Korsbäck FINLAND Risk factors for the dislocation of the IOL in-the-bag

15.24 Discussion

14.12

D. Lim, J. Han, G. Lee, T. Chung SOUTH KOREA High risk of late intraocular lens dislocation after cataract surgery using phacoemulsification: analysis of national health insurance cohort data from 2009 to 2016

14.18 Discussion

TUESDAY

14.24

M. Czajka, G. Jakobsson, A. Frajdenberg, T. Pabin, M. Stopa SWEDEN A retrospective multicenter study of sutureless scleral fixation of the three-piece posterior chamber intraocular lenses

14.30

A. Kothari, A. Kelkar, J. Kelkar, H. Mehta, S. Chitale INDIA Comparison of two modified sutureless techniques of scleral fixation of intraocular lens

14.36

S. Canabrava, L. Bicalho, A. Arancibia, L. Gontijjo, A. Lima BRAZIL Double-flanged transcleral bag fixation: preliminary report of a new sutureless transscleral fixation of the capsular bag in subluxated cataracts

14.42

D. Patel, L. Goh, S. Isherwood, M. A. Elgohary UK Anterior capsulectomy for anterior capsule phimosis: surgical technique and outcome

14.48

A. Hillenmayer, C. Wertheimer, S. Kassumeh, A. Ohlmann, A. von Studnitz, S. Priglinger, W. Mayer GERMANY Fibrotic response in the human lens capsular bag after implantation of a new hydrophobic aspheric intraocular lens

14.54

B. Trindade, G. Eliazar, C. Trindade, F. Trindade, D. William de Lima Monteiro BRAZIL Comparison of different needle gauges and IOL haptic thickness for flanged haptics intrascleral IOL fixation technique

15.00 Discussion 15.12

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D. Kazakos UK Multifocal intraocular lens exchange in dissatisfied patients: a single surgeon’s experience – an update

G. Labuz, R. Khoramnia, D. Knebel, H. Fang, T. van den Berg, G. Auffarth GERMANY Light scattering assessment of different hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses with glistenings

15.30

H. Son, T. Yildirim, C. Choi, P. Merz, G. Labuz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Optical pathway imaging and stray-light evaluation of opacified intraocular lenses

15.36

R. Khoramnia, T. Yildirim, S. Bopp, H. Son, G. Labuz, P. Merz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Opacification of hydrophilic intraocular lenses after pars plana vitrectomy with subsequent gas installation

15.42

M. Maguire, S. Antoniakis, A. Laidlaw UK Snowflake PMMA IOL degeneration and IOL exchange

15.48

V. De Rojas, S. Vina, A. Gestoso, S. Rodriguez, C. Rodriguez SPAIN IOL explantation: retrospective study from 2011 to 2017 at a tertiary referral center

15.54 Discussion 16.00

End of session


TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Surface Photoablation/PRK Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 2 W. Sekundo GERMANY

Co-Chairperson:

O. Prisant FRANCE

14.00

14.06

14.12

14.18

H. Kandil EGYPT Eye registration and its effect on clinical outcomes in the treatment of myopic astigmatism using two laser platforms L. Karmona, M. Mimouni, I. Vainer, T. Sela, G. Munzer, I. Kaiserman ISRAEL Keratorefractive surgery: a comparison of optic zone diameters W. Zhou, A. Stojanovic NORWAY Transition zone smoothness and its effects on postoperative corneal optics and epithelial thickness profile in myopic topography-guided surface ablation S. Pereira, S. Ganesh, C. Rao, S. Brar INDIA Comparison of epithelial thickness profile post transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) vs alcohol-assisted PRK

14.24

M. Abrishami, S. Zarei-Ghanavati, N. Nosrat IRAN Efficacy of corneal cooling on postoperative pain management after photorefractive keratectomy: a contralateral eye randomised clinical trial

14.30

F. Faria Correia, S. Ribeiro, T. Monteiro, F. Vaz, R. Ambrosio Jr PORTUGAL Treatment of myopia and astigmatism with topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy in primary eyes

14.36

E. Ghyczy-Carlborg, I. van der Meulen, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Retreatment of residual refractive error after multifocal IOL in patients with previous laser refractive surgery

15.26

G. Roussopoulos, D. Asprogenis, K. Bacharis GREECE The first 500 transepithelial PRK cases using Schwind

15.32

S. Adib-Moghaddam, M. Razi-Khosroshahi, S. Soleyman-Jahi, M. Joulani, A. Haydar IRAN Visual outcomes of refined vs conventional single-step TransPRK in correction of mild to moderate myopia

15.38

J. Arbelaez, M. Arbelaez OMAN One year follow-up of transepithelial PRK vs transepithelial PRK combined with simultaneous high energy accelerated corneal cross-linking (TransPRK Xtra)

15.44

A. Zafar, I. Aslanides, V. Selimis GREECE 12 month results of safety, efficacy, and stability of advanced surface laser ablation (TransPRK) in high myopia

15.50 Discussion 16.00

End of session

TUESDAY

Chairperson:

14.42 Discussion 14.52

A. Alqahtani SAUDI ARABIA The role of cyclopentolate eye drop on pain relief after photorefractive keratectomy

14.58

N. Maychuk, I. Mushkova, R. Makarov RUSSIA Central corneal stromal opacities accompanied by hyperopia and irregular astigmatism: two-step technology of clinical rehabilitation

15.04

P. Vinciguerra, F. Camesasca, R. Vinciguerra, S. Arba-Mosquera, I. Torres ITALY Advanced surface ablation with an irregularityreduction software for the treatment of hyperopia

15.10

S. Holland, D. Lin, M. Al Obthani, S. Mosquera, C. Nithithanaphat CANADA Outcome of transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) for extreme myopia with Schwind Amaris SmartSurfACE laser beam profile

15.16 Discussion

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cross-Linking Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 3 Chairperson:

J. Mehta SINGAPORE

Co-Chairperson:

L. Izquierdo Jr PERU 15.20

M. Vesela, D. Barakova CZECH REPUBLIC Hormonal effect on progression of corneal ectasia

A. Cantemir, A. Alexa, R. Ciuntu, C. Danielescu, B. Galan, N. Anton, D. Chiselita ROMANIA Iontophoretic collagen cross-linking vs epithelium-o collagen cross-linking for early stage of progressive keratoconus: 4 year follow-up study

15.26

J. Recalde, J. Duran, I. Rodriguez-Agirrete, J. Soria, M. Sanchez-Tena, T. Suarez, A. Acera SPAIN Changes in tear biomarkers in keratoconus after cross-linking

C. Wertheimer, C. Elhardt, S. Kaminsky, S. Afshar, I. Kochevar USA Enhancing Rose Bengal photosensitized protein crosslinking in cornea

15.32

A. Sriram, S. Mohan, M. Banerjee INDIA Diagnosis and management of paediatric keratoconus in the Indian population

S. Kling, E. Torres, F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND Individualised corneal cross-linking in ultra-thin corneas: treatment outcome after one year

15.38

T. Seiler, T. Koller, B. Frueh, T. Seiler SWITZERLAND Customised CXL for keratoconus: 3 year results

15.44

L. Izquierdo Jr, M. Rincon, D. Altamirano, M. Cerrate, M. Henriquez PERU Customised phototherapeutic keratectomy epithelial removal for corneal collagen cross-linking: visual and tomographic results

14.00

H. Aghamollaei, K. Jadidi, H. Goodarzi, F. Nejat IRAN Preparation and characterisation of a novel crosslinked collagen: gelatin hydrogel for its potential use in corneal engineering

14.06 14.12

14.18

14.24

D. Wajnsztajn Vamos, B. Rosin, A. Solomon, S. Frenkel, D. Landau, J. Frucht-Pery ISRAEL Corneal collagen cross-linking for progressing keratoconus in paediatric patients: five year follow-up

14.30 Discussion

TUESDAY

14.40

E. Usubov, M. Bikbov, G. Bikbova, V. Surkova, M. Astrelin RUSSIA 10 year results of conventional corneal cross-linking in progressive keratoconus

14.46

J. Lammer, F. Beer, N. Pircher, S. Holzer, M. Pircher, C. Hitzenberger, G. Schmidinger AUSTRIA Early structural changes in keratoconic eyes after corneal cross-linking detected by polarisationsensitive optical coherence tomography

14.52

A. Wilson UK Changes to corneal biomechanics introduced by topographic cross-linking evaluated by speckle interferometry

14.58

M. Lombardo, S. Serrao, G. Lombardo ITALY Two year outcomes of randomised controlled trial comparing transepithelial corneal cross-linking with iontophoresis with standard protocol for the management of progressive keratoconus

15.04

R. Vinciguerra, P. Rosetta, E. Legrottaglie, E. Morenghi, S. Kaye, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Iontophoresis corneal collagen cross-linking with and without epithelial debridement vs standard crosslinking: two year results of a prospective clinical study

15.10 Discussion

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15.50 Discussion 16.00

End of session


TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 14.00 – 16.00

14.00 – 15.00

Instructional Courses

MODERATED POSTER SESSION

M. Forlini ITALY, B. Malyugin RUSSIA, A. Mohr GERMANY, R. Bellucci ITALY, C. Carlevale ITALY, G. Scharioth GERMANY

Lehar 1

IC117

Therapeutic refractive surgery strategies for treatment of secondary corneal optical irregularities and keratoconus (A)

A. Stojanovic NORWAY, M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND, T. Archer UK, A. Cummings IRELAND, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE, R. Vinciguerra ITALY

Lehar 2

IC118 Beginning FLACS: an organised approach to femtolaser cataract surgery (I) NEW

P. Vinciguerra ITALY, R. Zaldivar ARGENTINA, F. Carones ITALY, F. Camesasca ITALY

Poster Village: Pod 1 Moderators:

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

Lehar 4

M. Busin ITALY G. Kleinmann ISRAEL

14.00

A. Vega-Estrada, P. Sanz Diez, J. Alió SPAIN Corneal posterior surface features in keratoconus patients according to the degree of visual limitation

14.08

A. Swampillai, K. O’Kane, N. Habib UK Is epithelial thickness mapping a reliable tool in forme fruste keratoconus?

14.16

A. Achiron, A. Feldman, L. Peer, L. Karmona, H. Avizemer, Z. Burgansky, V. Vishnevskia-Dai ISRAEL Rho-associated kinase inhibitor decreases human corneal endothelial cell apoptosis

14.24

L. Pareja Aricò, R. Barraquer Compte, A. Gomez, R. Michael SPAIN Risk factors for graft failure after penetrating keratoplasty: a multivariate analysis of 895 procedures

14.32

J. Alió del Barrio, A. Vega, J. Alió SPAIN Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) under previous DMEK for secondary endothelial graft failure

14.40

E. Livny, I. Bahar, I. Levy, M. Mimouni, Y. Nahum ISRAEL ‘PI-less DMEK’: results of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) without a peripheral iridotomy

14.48

S. Rehman, M. Parekh, A. Ruzza, B. Steger, D. Ponzin, S. Kaye, V. Romano UK iGlide device for large diameter ultra-thin preloaded DSAEK

Lehar 3

IC119 Phakic IOL decision making: when and where to implant? When and how to explant? (I)

Cornea

(A) Advanced (B) Basic (I) Intermediate Handouts available at www.escrs.org

14.56 Discussion 15.00

End of session

TUESDAY

IC116 Different ways of secondary IOL implantation without capsular support in MIVS era (I) EBO

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 16.00 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Training & Surgical Practice Room A2 Chairperson:

B. Malyugin RUSSIA

Co-Chairpersons: J. Falasinnu AUSTRIA Y. Henry THE NETHERLANDS 16.00

A. Shinton, A. Jonas, S. Abbas, P. Lo, S. Balendra, H. Bobat, M. Ramchandani UK Complicated cataract surgery performed by trainee ophthalmic surgeons: will preoperative risk scoring help?

16.06

J. Falasinnu, F. Starzengruber, S. Palkovits, N. Hirnschall, M. Bijak, O. Findl AUSTRIA Comparing stress indicating parameters of surgeons with different levels of experience during each step of cataract surgery

TUESDAY

16.12

T. Herbst, J. Foerster, F. Ruefer, D. Holland GERMANY Assessing the pre and postoperative patient-reported outcome using the Catquest-9SF

16.18

D. Ho UK Stereoscopic micro-surgical videography of phacoemulsification surgery

16.24

P. Gireesh, R. Venkatesh, C. Josephine, J. Akkara, M. Nath INDIA Innovations in wetlab training

17.24

Y. Henry THE NETHERLANDS Practice styles and preferences of Dutch cataract and refractive surgeons: 2017 survey

17.30

L. Ong-Tone CANADA Practice patterns of Canadian Ophthalmological Society members in cataract surgery: survey 2017

17.36

D. Gunn, S. Tavassoli, K. Darcy UK Progressive improvements in refractive outcomes in National Health Service public cataract surgery over fifteen years

17.42

Z. Shalchi, M. Okada, C. Whiting, V. Maurino, R. Hamilton UK Is there a difference in cataract surgery complication rates between female and male surgeons?

17.48

M. Zetterberg, A. Behndig SWEDEN Operation volumes and posterior capsule rupture per surgeon and clinical unit during a 10 year period: data from the Swedish National Cataract Register

16.30 Discussion

17.54 Discussion

16.36

S. Mamtora, A. Ahmmed, H. Hasan, D. Leadbetter, M. El-Ashry UK Virtual reality as a tool for teaching slit-lamp biomicroscopy

18.00

16.42

P. Nderitu, P. Ursell UK Factors affecting cataract surgery operating time amongst trainees and consultants

16.48

M. RuiĂ&#x;, N. Hirnschall, J. Hienert, I. Baumhauer, K. Stjepanek, K. Kefer, O. Findl AUSTRIA Computer-based tutorial as supportive means to enhance quality and efficiency of the informed consent process for cataract surgery in Turkish or Serbian speaking patients

16.54

E. Nielsen, M. Lundstrom, K. Pesudovs, J. Hjortdal DENMARK Predictors of subjective satisfaction after cataract surgery

17.00 Discussion 17.12

A. Jamison, L. Benjamin, D. Lockington UK If you think of it, use it: the true cost saving from preventing complications during cataract surgery

17.18

A. Nghiem, C. Canning, J. Eason, J. Sparrow, T. Flynn UK Going paperless: improved cataract surgery outcome data quality in a new fully electronic unit

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Cataract Surgery & Retinal Complications Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 1 Chairperson:

S. Arshinoff CANADA

Co-Chairperson:

S. Morselli ITALY

16.30

M. Teo, P. Ursell, R. Muniraju UK Real-world study of 20,368 cataract operations: do intraoperative sub-conjunctival steroids reduce rate of cystoid macular oedema (CMO) following cataract surgery?

17.34

E. Gelman, J. Hanhart, Y. Weill, A. Abulafia, D. Smadja, D. Teren, D. Zadok ISRAEL Optical coherence tomography for routine screening of preoperative macular pathology in patients scheduled for cataract surgery

16.36

R. Simons, L. Wielders, C. Dirksen, F. van den Biggelaar, J. Schouten, B. Winkens, C. Veldhuizen THE NETHERLANDS Economic evaluation of pharmacological strategies to prevent cystoid macular edema after cataract surgery in diabetic patients: results from the ESCRS PREMED study

17.40

H. Kapania, R. Shetty, C. Jayadev, M. Kurian INDIA Application of macular spectral domain OCT as a screening tool prior to cataract surgery

16.50

S. Arshinoff, T. Felfeli CANADA Abatement rates of intracameral cefuroxime (ICC), moxifloxacin (ICM), and vancomycin (ICV) in the anterior chamber (AC), and their efficacies

16.56

Y. Neo, M. Theodorsson, D. Muhundhakumar, N. Lee, S. George UK Efficacy and safety of topical nepafenac in the prevention of macular oedema following cataract surgery in patients with diabetes: analysis of real-world data

17.02

H. Güçlü TURKEY Comparison of topical nepafenac 0.1% with intravitreal dexamethasone implant for the treatment of IrvineGass syndrome

17.08

V. Vaishnav, S. Vasavada, S. Srivastava, A. Vasavada, A. Sudhalkar, D. Bhojwani INDIA Combined cataract surgery and intravitreal dexamethasone implant injection in patients with cataract and diabetic macular edema (DME)

17.14

V. Melnyk UKRAINE Combined surgical technique: phacoemulsification and retrolental implantation of dexamethasone implant ‘Ozurdex’ – our experience

18.00

End of session

TUESDAY

16.42 Discussion

17.46 Discussion

17.20 Discussion 17.28

W. Glatz, G. Steinwender, M. Glatz, W. Wackernagel, G. Petrovski, A. Wedrich, D. Ivastinovic AUSTRIA Vitreous hyper-reflective dots in pseudophakic cystoid macular edema assessed with optical coherence tomography

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION LASIK II Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 2 Chairperson:

A. Day UK

Co-Chairperson:

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE

16.30

M. Dvali, B. Sirbiladze, N. Tsintsadze, L. Jorjikashvili GEORGIA Mixed astigmatism one-step correction by LASIK

16.36

A. Day, D. Reinstein, T. Archer, R. Vida, G. Carp UK Incidence of microfolds using a three stage LASIK flap replacement protocol

16.42

G. Taskov, T. Taskov BULGARIA Higher order aberration (HOA) changes after FemtoLASIK in topography and wavefront-guided treatments

16.48

R. Pérez, N. Gomez de Liano Salgado, F. Gomez de Liano Martinez, V. Martin Rodriguez, D. Pinero Llorens, J. Ruiz Fortes, H. Fukumitsu SPAIN Visual, refractive, and aberrometric outcomes after customised LASIK for correcting moderate to high astigmatism in the short-term follow-up: the influence of cyclotorsion

16.54

J. Gros-Otero, S. Ketabi, S. Casado, R. Cañones-Zafra, C. Villa-Collar, G. Bernabau-Arias, M. Teus SPAIN Atomic force microscopy analysis of the corneal stromal roughness after LASIK flap cut using different femtosecond lasers: Intralase vs Visumax vs LenSx

TUESDAY

17.00 Discussion 17.04

B. Allan, H. Hassan, A. Ieong UK Pyramidal aberrometry in wavefront-guided myopic LASIK

17.10

T. Monteiro, F. Faria-Correia, F. Vaz, M. Castro Neves PORTUGAL Treatment of myopia and astigmatism with topography-guided corneal ablation in primary eyes: preliminary results with T-CAT Contoura profile

17.16

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Retro-analysis of wavefront-optimised myopic LASIK eyes: theoretical topography-modified refraction (TMR) calculation, instead of the clinical refraction used, and the potential influence it may have had in visual acuity, corneal trefoil and coma

17.22

R. Cañones, J. Gros-Otero, S. Ketabi, M. Teus, C. Villa-Collar, S. Casado, M. Garcia-Gonzalez SPAIN Analysis by atomic force microscopy of corneal surface roughness after femtosecond laser flap creation and its change with myopic excimer ablation

17.28

H. Aslankara, A. Kocakaya, A. Dvallishvilli, C. Yildirim TURKEY Non-penetrating femtosecond laser intrastromal astigmatic keratotomy combined with cataract surgery

17.34 Discussion

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F. Segev, M. Mimouni, T. Sela, G. Munzer, I. Kaiserman ISRAEL Risk factors for diffuse lamellar keratitis following LASIK: a retrospective large database analysis

17.44

S. Anisimov, S. Anisinova, S. Semyonov, I. Novak, L. Fastovtsova RUSSIA Long-term results of bilateral presbyopia correction by Supracor method

17.50 Discussion 18.00

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Surgical Cornea Room A3 Free Paper Forum: Podium 3 Chairperson:

M. Busin ITALY

Co-Chairperson:

S. Barisic SERBIA

16.30

S. Hamada UK The first UK experience of corneal neurotisation

16.36

A. Alsmman, M. Ezz-Eldawla, A. Mounir, A. Mostafa, U. Ali, M. Farouk, A. Elsherif EGYPT Effect of reformation of the anterior chamber by air or by a balanced salt solution (BSS) on corneal endothelium after phacoemulsification: a comparative study

17.36

S. Pirhadi, K. Jadidi, S. Bagheri, N. Mohammadi IRAN A comparative study of intraocular pressure measurements using Goldmann Applanation Tonometer, I-care pro, and Corvis ST after DSAEK

17.42

P. Agrawal, B. Ganguly, H. Shikari INDIA Autologous limbal stem cell culture and transplant in a bilateral acid injury patient F. Manurung, M. Susiyanti INDONESIA Visual rehabilitation in children after penetrating keratoplasty

16.42

S. Jacob INDIA Air pump-assisted pre-Descemet’s endothelial keratoplasty

17.48

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B. Singh, S. Bharti, N. Bharti INDIA Comparative outcomes of compression sutures with intracameral C3F8 vs C3F8 gas alone in acute corneal hydrops

17.54 Discussion

16.54

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E. Chorro, L. Bataille, J. Alió, F. Versaci, S. Faini, A. Vega SPAIN Neural network as a tool to improve clinical outcomes in the treatment of keratoconus with ICRS

17.06

C. Lisa, L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto, D. Madrid-Costa, J. Merayo, J. Alfonso SPAIN Safety and efficacy of intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation in paediatric keratoconus

17.12

V. Liarakos, K. Giannopoulou, G. Karastatiras, N. Kappos, I. Tzavella, E. Kiskira GREECE Femtosecond laser-assisted Bowman layer implantation combined with corneal cross-linking (femto Bowman inlay + cross-linking; FBI Xtra): a novel combined technique for advanced progressive keratoconus

17.18

K. Shin, S. Choi, J. Kim, D. Paik, K. Shin, T. Chung, D. Lim SOUTH KOREA Long-term clinical course of LASIK/LASEK combined with collagen cross-linking

17.24

A. Behndig, A. Fredriksson, S. Naslund SWEDEN Phototherapeutic intrastromal corneal collagen crosslinking (PiXL) for treatment of low-grade myopia: comparison of different UV irradiation protocols

TUESDAY

17.00 Discussion

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 16.30 – 18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION Premium IOLs: Multifocal, EDOF & Toric Room A4 Chairperson:

V. Pfeifer SLOVENIA

Co-Chairperson:

M. Pande UK

16.30

A. Hartwig, C. O’Donnell, J. Dermott, S. Vaswani, J. Grzeszkowiak, A. Grzybowski, I. Gabryl UK Long-term refractive lens exchange results: clinical and patient reported outcomes

16.36

C. O’Donnell, A. Hartwig, J. Dermott, I. Gabryl, R. Morris, Q. Say Aun, S. Vaswani UK Long-term patient reported outcomes after refractive lens exchange in a large population

16.42

L. Brenner NORWAY Refractive lens exchange with trifocal intraocular lenses after previous corneal laser surgery

16.48 Discussion 16.58

S. Rehman, A. Hartwig, J. Dermott, S. Vaswani, C. O’Donnell UK Refractive lens exchange in high ametropic subjects

17.04

A. Pasalic, I. Dekaris, A. Barisic, I. Zuljan, N. Gabric CROATIA Cataract or refractive lens surgery with implantation of combination of extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens in one eye and bifocal intraocular lens with low addition in other eye

17.10

M. Brožková, A. Holubova, Z. Hlinomazova CZECH REPUBLIC Rotational stability of trifocal toric intraocular lens with or without co-implantation of a capsular tension ring

17.16

Y. Batkov, N. Pashtayev, V. Mikhaylova RUSSIA Intraocular lens power calculation in clear lens exchange for extreme hyperopia

TUESDAY

17.22 Discussion 17.26

J. Bille, R. Sahler GERMANY Chemical basis for the refractive index shaping process used to change the refractive characteristics of an implanted intraocular lens

17.32

J. Reyes, F. Duch, M. Marti, R. Gutierrez, E. Guerrero SPAIN Neodymium:YAG capsulotomy after phacorefractive surgery: comparison of two diffractive intraocular lens models

17.38

M. Pande, E. Proudfoot UK Comparative clinical outcomes of binocular defocus customisation using monofocal and EDOF IOLs in patients undergoing refractive cataract or lens exchange surgery

17.44

H. Uy, F. Sanchez, P. Chan PHILIPPINES Achieving refractive perfection using a novel multicomponent intraocular lens

17.50 Discussion 18.00

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TUESDAY 25 SEPTEMBER 17.00 – 20.00

ISRS SYMPOSIUM Seeing Beyond the Horizon Room A6 A. Agarwal INDIA Z. Nagy HUNGARY S. Yoo USA

17.00

A. Agarwal INDIA, Z. Nagy HUNGARY, S. Yoo USA Welcome

17.03

J. Chang HONG KONG Message from ISRS President

Refractive Surgery Challenging Cases Moderator:

S. Yoo USA

Panellist:

M. Santhiago BRAZIL

17.05

R. Ambrosio BRAZIL Screening for ectasia risk prior to laser vision correction

17.10

F. Carones ITALY Management of a bad result PTK using IC-8

17.15

S. Yoo USA Outcomes of flap amputation after LASIK

17.20

S. Melki USA My crazy LASIK complications

17.25

S. Jacob INDIA A plethora of SMILE complications

17.30

A. El Danassoury SAUDI ARABIA Management of phakic IOL complications

17.35

A. Kilic TURKEY Allograft lenticule implantation after hyperopic LASIK progression

17.40

A. Saad FRANCE Ectasia prevention, risk factors, detecting subclinical keratoconus

17.45

S. Holland CANADA Pearls on topography-guided ablations

17.50

C. Arce BRAZIL Beyond placido topography

18.20

G. Beiko CANADA Mastering the glued IOL technique

18.25

S. Yamane JAPAN The double flanged technique of IOL implantation in eyes with lack of capsular support

18.30

A. Agarwal INDIA Glued IOL: Yamane – different or similar?

18.35

S.P. Chee SINGAPORE Posterior polar cataract management

18.40

B. Malyugin RUSSIA Subluxated lens management

18.45 Discussion

The Upcoming Trends Moderator:

Z. Nagy HUNGARY

Panellist:

B. Cochener FRANCE

18.55

R. Zaldivar ARGENTINA Extending depth of focus with a refractive asymmetric optic

19.00

A. Cummings IRELAND The assessment for presbyopia

19.05

M. Piovella ITALY Presbyopic IOLs: the upcoming trend and the real world

19.10

M. Santhiago BRAZIL The role of riboflavin on CXL: so close and so far from knowing everything

19.15

C. Trindade BRAZIL Small aperture IOLs

19.20 Discussion

TUESDAY

Chairpersons:

Best Clinical Pearls 2018 Moderator:

J. Chang HONG KONG

Panellist:

G. Kontadakis GREECE

17.55 Discussion

19.28

Lens Based Surgery Challenging Case Management: Video Based

D. Smadja ISRAEL Eyedrops for refractive errors correction

19.33

N. Alpins AUSTRALIA Analyzing and planning for astigmatism surgery

Moderator:

A. Agarwal INDIA

Panellist:

G. Beiko CANADA

19.38

A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Theory and outcomes with topography-modified refraction in LASIK

19.43

P. Vinciguerra ITALY Increasing depth-of-field of monofocal IOL by a new biometric formula

19.48

S. Arshinoff CANADA Same day bilateral cataract surgery

18.05

Z. Nagy HUNGARY Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery complications

18.10

J. Chang HONG KONG Surgical technique for intraocular lens exchange in dissatisified patients

18.15

E. Assia ISRAEL Managing small pupil cataracts

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‘BEST OF THE BEST’ REVIEW SESSION

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Strauss 3

Chairpersons:

O. Findl AUSTRIA B. Malyugin RUSSIA

The Enigma of Pseudoexfoliation Chairpersons:

D. Epstein SWITZERLAND O. Findl AUSTRIA

A review of a selection of the most interesting videos and presentations given during the Congress.

11.00

U. Schlötzer-Schrehardt GERMANY What is pseudoexfoliation?

Join the chairpersons and discussants as they discuss some of the new ideas that emerged over the course of the week.

11.15

A. Konstas GREECE Epidemiology

The Best Videos 08.30

Discussants: G. Grabner AUSTRIA R. Menapace AUSTRIA D. Spalton UK

11.30 Discussion 11.40

M. Amon AUSTRIA Intraoperative complications

11.55

R. Menapace AUSTRIA Late in-the-bag IOL dislocation

The Best Presentations

12.10 Discussion

09.40 Discussants: M. Amon AUSTRIA B. Cochener FRANCE R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS

12.20

S. Yamane JAPAN Intrascleral haptic fixation

12.35

S. Gandolfi ITALY The challenges of pseudoexfoliation-glaucoma

10.45

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E-POSTERS eTerminals are located in the Poster Village

Cataract: IOL Opacifications

First, second and third prizes of €2,000, €1,000 and €500 are awarded to the best cataract and refractive posters.

M. Alvarez, A. Martinez-Abad, E. Rivera, V. Vargas, L. Bataille, J. Alió SPAIN Postoperative opacification of a hydrophilic-hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lens: analysis of cases from 2010 to date

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 23 September at 14.15 in Room C1. In order to receive the prize, the poster presenters must be present at the Awards Session.

A. Busttami, Y. Shanti, H. Al Zabadi, S. Malhas, Q. Mahmoud, I. Taha, R. Othman ISRAEL Prevalence and associated factors of cataract among diabetic patients in the West Bank, Palestine: a cross-sectional study W. Dyda, K. Kolacz, N. Blocki, Z. Jaroszewicz, M. Rekas POLAND Evaluation of optical properties of in vitro degradated intraocular lenses J. Ng, S. Ting, S. Thomas, G. Auffarth, P. Merz UK Opacification of hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lens following vitreoretinal surgery: a clinicopathological report J. Novak CZECH REPUBLIC Calcification of intraocular lenses from hydrophilic acrylate

Anaesthesia A. Borkenstein, E. Borkenstein AUSTRIA The sound of music: a little night music for cataract surgery O. Mishchenko, I. Oleshchenko, D. Zabolotskiy, T. Iureva, M. Gasparyan RUSSIA Intraoperative and postoperative effects of pterygopalatine blockade as a component of regional anesthesia in congenital cataract surgery D. Nowakowska, P. Latka, K. Nowomiejska, R. Rejdak POLAND Comparison of the efficacy of two methods of intracameral anesthesia during cataract surgery S. Sarkar, A. Pilania INDIA Comparison between subtenon anaesthesia and peribulbar anaesthesia for phacoemulsification surgery P. Trottier CANADA Pain during immediately sequential bilateral refractive lens exchange: a comparison between fellow-eyes D. Wang, A. Arora, S. Nazarali, M. Schlenker, K. Warrian, C. Hanson, P. Gooi CANADA Subconjunctival anesthesia: an alternative anesthetic method for micropulse cyclophotocoagulation

Cataract: IOL Dislocations S. Kopayev, A. Burtseva, A. Semakina, E. Panteleev RUSSIA Comparative results evaluation of IOL exchange and IOL reposition with iris suture fixation in cases of spontaneous inthe-bag IOL dislocation F. March de Ribot, A. March de Ribot, A. Verdugo, T. Torrent, J. Tarrus, F. Escalada SPAIN Secondary IOL glaucoma presentations I. Muftuoglu, T. Akcetin TURKEY Late intraocular lens subluxation in uveitis

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Cataract Surgery Complications F. Allen, M. Rahman, E. Thompson, A. Chandra UK Is refractive outcome post cataract surgery an effective measure of individual surgical skill? A. Dvalishvili, H. Aslankara, A. Kocakaya, C. Yaldirim TURKEY Phacoemulsification with intraocular lens implantation in patients with Behcet’s disease: complications and visual outcomes D. Ho, T. Parmar, S. Kadares, S. Tolley, G. Williams UK Is Murphy’s Law applicable in cataract surgery? A retrospective analysis B. Oliveira Lopes, V. Lemos, M. Ribeiro Alves, J. Nascimento, M. Miranda PORTUGAL A new iris enclavation technique for iris-claw intraocular lens I. Pivić-Kovačević, S. Matic, J. Barac, D. Biuk, A. Kopic, Z. Salinger CROATIA Macular thickness changes and visual outcomes in diabetic patients following uncomplicated phacoemulsification cataract surgery H. Santiago-Balsera, M. Leal Gonzalez, M. Matilla Rodero, C. Carrasco Font, A. Arias Puente SPAIN Toxic anterior segment syndrome: diagnosis and evolution approach M. Tijani, N. Albaroudi, N. Boutimzine, O. Cherkaoui MOROCCO Pseudoexfoliation syndrome: analysis of intraoperative complications during cataract surgery A. Urkia, J. Alberdi, E. Vazquez, E. Corcostegui, I. Lopez SPAIN Glued IOL technique: implantation of intraocular lens attached to the sclera in the absence of capsular support – our experience with Dr A. Agarwal technique


Cataract Surgery Complications/ Management O. Abdullah IRAQ Single corneal incision, non-instrumental scleral fixationm, and three piece intraocular lens H. Arzoallxhiu, N. Polloshka-Arzoallxhiu KOSOVO Safety and efficacy of phacoemulsification in different types of chronic post-uveitis cataract B. Au SINGAPORE Toxic anterior segment syndrome or endophthalmitis after management of posterior capsule rupture using intracameral triamcinolone injection in cataract surgery F. Blasetti, F. Spedale ITALY Investigation of the causes of endothelial cell loss after phacoemulsification: ultrasound energy or something else? S. Bodin, S. Bodin, C. Bonnet, F. Turbet, A. Brezin, D. Monnet FRANCE Comparison of two hydophobic intraocular lenses: a prospective study

A. Haddad, V. Krasilnikova, D. Abelski, I. Zaborovsky BELARUS Corneal thickness map changes in patients after cataract surgery K. Hayashi, M. Yoshida, A. Hirata, K. Yoshimura JAPAN Changes in shape and astigmatism of total and posterior cornea after long vs short clear corneal incision cataract surgery S. Heng, C. Ham CAMBODIA Prevalence of endophthalmitis postoperative cataract surgery at Takeo Eye Hospital in 10,399 eyes from January 2007 to December 2012 T. Iqbal, A. Makuloluwa, V. Shankar UK ‘The pupillary snap’: a new clinical sign in aqueous misdirection C. Kalamkar, A. Mukherjee INDIA Intraocular lens exchange: indications, interventions, and short-term outcomes P. Kanclerz, A. Grzybowski POLAND Acute and chronic fluid misdirection syndrome P. Kanclerz, A. Grzybowski POLAND Intraocular pressure spikes following cataract surgery

N. Bromand, R. Karadag, O. Cakici, S. Karaca, A. Demirok TURKEY Flanged sutureless scleral fixation technique for dislocated sulcus IOL in patient with high myopia

A. Kozhukhov, T. Dinh RUSSIA Sclerocorneal fixation of posterior chamber intraocular lenses (PCIOL) in complicated cases of cataract surgery (CCCS)

A. Cerviño, E. Lafosse, T. Ipek, S. Garcia-Lazaro, F. Pastor-Pascual SPAIN Short-term effect of preoperative intense pulsed light therapy on ocular surface parameters after cataract surgery: pilot study

E. Kucukkomurcu, C. Caglar TURKEY The retinal tear immediately after complicated cataract surgery

S. Chen USA Modified four-point scleral fixation of foldable intraocular lens with flexible Hoffman pocket positions N. Chiba, H. Matsushima, S. Ito, T. Senoo JAPAN Effective intracameral mydriatic treatment for tropicamide allergic blepharoconjunctivitis patients for cataract surgeries I. Conrad-Hengerer, M. Curshmann, G. Auffarth GERMANY Evaluation of safety and efficacy of cataract surgery combined with pars plana vitrectomy in cases of retinal diseases using a femtosecond laser N. Dervenis, A. Mikropoulou, P. Dervenis, D. Chiras, S. Khan, V. Maurino UK Outcomes of in-the-bag toric intraocular lens implantation (IOL) in cases of anterior capsule tear (ACT) P. Dimitrakas, A. Mani, T. Stavropoulou, D. Pagoulatos, I. Georgalas, C. Koutsandrea GREECE Descemet’s membrane tear and detachment one week after uncomplicated phacoemulsification cataract surgery: a case report O. Eloka, F. Rombold GERMANY Predicting postoperative visual acuity for cataract surgeries using machine learning K. Gerstmeyer, S. Scholtz, F. Krogmann, G. Auffarth GERMANY Almost 40 years of retropupillary fixation of iris claw IOLs M. Gillam, C. Cunningham UK Postoperative steroid regimes for reducing cystoid macular oedema rates in an ethnically diverse population A. Gupta, A. Thakur INDIA Application of corneal collagen cross-linking with photoactivated riboflavin for treating recalcitrant phaco-tunnel fungal infection: a novel strategy

Y. Kusumi, N. Matsuki, M. Inoue, A. Yamamoto, A. Okada, A. Hirakata JAPAN Evaluation of cataract surgery complications in eyes that have undergone intravitreal injections for age-related macular degeneration V. Lages, L. Malheiro, P. Baptista, N. Correio PORTUGAL Iris-claw intraocular lens implantation: our experience T. Laube, C. Brockmann GERMANY Pseudophakic retinal detachment in young-aged patients Y. Lee, W. Tsai TAIWAN Sequential change of posterior capsule rupture and intraocular lens subluxation caused by vigorous ocular massage: a case report A. Lewis, H. Naveed, T. Poole UK Early Nd:YAG capsulotomy rates in femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery vs standard phacoemulsification cataract surgery D. Lopes, T. Loureiro, S. Parreira, I. Machado, N. Campos PORTUGAL An uncommon case of ocular hypertension and metallic fragment deposits after phacoemulsification A. López Masegosa, J. Solana Fajardo, M. Jerez Fidalgo, F. Gonzalez Gonzalez SPAIN Optimisation of ocular surface with a gel of trehalose, hyaluronic acid plus carbomer in patients undergoing phacoemulsification: a randomised open-label study S. Luceri, E. Abed, G. Alivernini, M. Riso, M. Nicoletti ITALY Effect of ocular risk factors on surgical outcomes of cataract surgery performed by novice surgeons I. Malyutina, R. Dolzhich RUSSIA Clinical outcomes of customised toric IOL implantation in patients with high hypermetropia and astigmatism S. Mamtora, S. Khan, D. Leadbetter, M. Chak UK Designing an iPad application to improve the quality of consent for cataract surgery

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E-POSTERS O. Mishchenko, I. Oleschenko, T. Iureva, M. Gasparyan RUSSIA Subjective and objective assessment of topical anesthesia during cataract surgery Y. Monden, F. Hotokezaka, Y. Matsuo, S. Maeda, M. Kasaoka, R. Yamashita, R. Yamakawa JAPAN The effects of 2% rebamipide ophthalmic suspension on ocular surface after cataract surgery K. Mukunoki, H. Matsushima, M. Nagata, T. Senoo JAPAN A case of high degree refractive error after intraocular lens scleral fixation M. Nagata, H. Matsushima, N. Nishida, T. Senoo JAPAN Optics grooves on intraocular lens optics and anterior capsulorhexis contraction N. Ondrova, J. Cendelin CZECH REPUBLIC Impact of stopping alpha-1 adrenergic antagonists used in the treatment of benign prostate hyperplasia on the severity of intraoperative floppy iris syndrome (IFIS) during cataract surgery M. Osman EGYPT Efficacy of addition of nepafenac 0.1% to steroid eye drops in prevention of post-phaco macular edema in high risk eyes A. Ozcan, B. Ulas TURKEY A rare complication related to combined use of capsule retractors and capsular tension rings L. Perez MACEDONIA Cataract surgery in diabetic patients with associated diabetic retinopathy: evaluation and management I. Placinta, C. Martinez-Rubio, R. Molina-Pallete, P. Martinez Lopez-Corell, R. Garcia-Gil, P. Udaondo-Mirete SPAIN Foveal ischemia following phacoemulsification under peribulbar anaesthesia M. Popiela, T. Young-Zvandasara, P. Nidamanuri, H. Popiela, V. Kumar UK Factors influencing pupil behavior during femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery A. Rauf, A. Khan, F. Hassan, A. Aftab UK Prevention of intraoperative pupillary miosis in extracapsular cataract extraction with nepafenac 0.1% topical drops A. Recchioni, A. Hartwig, J. Dermott, S. Vaswani, J. Wolffsohn, C. O’Donnell UK Dry eye metrics after refractive lens exchange surgery (RLE) V. Skvortsov, A. Kulikov, E. Kudriashova, N. Haritonova RUSSIA Experience of refractive correction for patients after complicated phacoemulsification cataract surgery F. Sousa Neves, J. Braga, J. Cardoso da Costa, D. Meira, J. Sequeira, R. Varandas PORTUGAL Frequency of pseudoexfoliation syndrome and surgical complications among Portuguese patients submitted to cataract surgery: the Gaia eye study Y. Sun, G. Deng, Z. Sun, P. Song CHINA Assessment of the influence of cataract surgery on obstructive meibomian gland dysfunction

D. Tabibian, M. El Wardani, G. Kymionis, A. Petrovic, O. Richoz, K. Hashemi, T. Wolfensberger SWITZERLAND Uveitis-glaucoma-hyphema syndrome treated with haptic amputation M. Tamenkovic, I. Sencanic, V. Jaksic, S. Babovic, N. Nikitovic, A. Bajic, R. Gvozdenovic SERBIA Clinical outcomes of the double-needle technique for flanged intrascleral posterior chamber intraocular lens fixation M. Teo, P. Ursell, R. Muniraju UK Database study of 20,066 cataract operations: do intraoperative subconjunctival steroids reduce the rate of macular oedema following cataract surgery? A. Vasilyev, S. Tonkonogii, A. Egorova RUSSIA The dynamics of tear production, preoperatively and at different terms of postoperative period, of phacoemulsification in patients with senile cataract M. Viso, A. Acero, J. Zamora, M. Gimenez de Azcarate, A. Fernandez Granda, C. de Pablo SPAIN Where does this macular edema come from? J. Vryghem BELGIUM Blind chopping: a new technique to handle small pupils during cataract surgery without expanding devices B. Wetzel, G. Mylonas, C. Bernhart, F. Prager, G. Kahraman, P. Malamos, M. Amon AUSTRIA Influence of cataract surgery on retinal thickness in patients with epiretinal membrane T. Yildirim, T. Neuhann, H. Son, P. Merz, R. Khoramnia, G. Auffarth GERMANY Analysis of 200 explanted intraocular lenses: reasons for explantation and risk profile

Cataract Surgery Equipment/ Instrumentation/Surgical Devices/OVDs A. Arsan, H. Kanar, U. Kivrak, M. Oklar, S. Aydin Kurna, Y. Oral TURKEY Comparison of IOLMaster500 vs AL-Scan based on postoperative results: a retrospective analysis M. Aslan, H. Findik, M. Okutucu TURKEY Comparison of the accuracy of various biometric formulas according to preoperative anterior chamber depth G. Auffarth, L. Zhang, H. Son, T. Yildirim, P. Merz GERMANY Analysis of AutonoMe/Clareon injector system using an intraocular endoscopic camera Y. Ayaz, H. Ilhan, M. Unal TURKEY Comparison of intraocular lens implantation with and without viscoelastic material in standard phacoemulsification surgery S. Bharti, B. Singh INDIA Postoperative pupil size in eyes needing various pupil expansion devices during phacoemulsification S. Bhattacharjee INDIA Efficacy and safety of an injector-free preloaded delivery system for the new B-HEX pupil expander S. Bhattacharjee INDIA Think hexagon instead of square for pupil expanders

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M. Breen USA To retrospectively test for differences between the absolute prediction error (PE) using an intraoperative aberrometer (aberrometry prediction error) and the surgeon preoperative formula-estimated absolute prediction C. Cagini, G. di Lascio, T. Fiore ITALY Nanolaser cataract surgery: correlation between post-surgery anterior chamber flare and short-term endothelial cell density F. Camesasca, P. Vinciguerra, M. Gramigna, A. Montericcio ITALY Refractive and aberrometric results after implantation of a hydrophobic acrylic aspheric IOL with newly designed, lower glare edge E. Can TURKEY Flapless and sutureless intrascleral fixation of posterior chamber intraocular lens for correction of aphakia M. Cennamo, R. Mencucci, E. Favuzza ITALY Corneal incision architecture after intraocular lens implantation using manual and automated preloaded delivery systems F. Crenguta, A. Pantalon ROMANIA Efficacy of mechanical dilation devices in cataract surgery E. D’Ugo, L. Toto, L. Vecchiarino, M. Lanzini, M. Nubile, V. Fasanella, L. Mastropasqua ITALY Corneal incision architecture and corneal trauma after IOL implantation with a new automated preloaded delivery system M. Gharra, E. Assia, Y. Ton ISRAEL Evaluating the safety of intraocular lens or intraocular telescope implant and scleral fixation using a lens exchange system (LES) W. Ghobashy UAE Visual outcome, spectacle independence, and patient satisfaction after femto laser-assisted phacoemulsification with trifocal IOL implantation K. Gundersen NORWAY Initial clinical results implanting the new Clareon® aspheric hydrophobic acrylic IOL using AutonoMe™ automated preloaded delivery system F. Helvacioglu TURKEY Helvacioglu coefficient optimising factor for torsional phacoemulsification Y. Huang CHINA Comparison of visual performance after implantation of bifocal and trifocal intraocular lenses having identical platform B. Jihen, C. Monia, R. Tanneguy, T. Liem, D. Serge, L. Francois, K. Laurent TUNISIA Outcomes of a multicentric study comparing bilateral bifocal implantation with mix-and-match option V. Kankariya, S. Kankariya, P. Kankaria INDIA Precision pulse capsulotomy: initial clinical experience in simple and challenging cataract surgery cases G. Kaya TURKEY Comparison of intraocular lens power formulas using optical low coherence reflectometry in cataract patients S. Khokhar, M. Mahabir, Y. Gupta, S. Gaur INDIA Intraoperative aberrometry in post radial keratotomy eyes for IOL power calculation

S. Mahajan, T. Om Parkash, R. Om Parkash INDIA Modified 30G needle under air trypan blue (TB) dye anterior capsule staining technique vs under viscoadaptive substance staining technique S. Matic, I. Pivic-Kovacevic, J. Barac, D. Biuk, M. Jelic-Vukovic, A. Kopic CROATIA Axial length as a factor associated with visual outcome after uncomplicated phacoemulsification cataract surgery Z. Mazhry PAKISTAN Comparison of hydrophilic Rayner RayOne Aspheric and HOYA iSert 251 aspheric IOLs for compatibility with their own disposable preloaded injection systems in terms of surgeon facilitation, safety, and intraoperative complications D. Megur, B. Megur INDIA Vitrector-assisted capsulotomy in complex case scenarios: a novel technique G. Monaco, A. Scialdone, M. Gari ITALY Effect of a new dual-viscoelastic device on endothelial corneal cells and intraocular pressure in cataract surgery: a comparative study S. Moreni, N. Canali, J. Plepyte, L. Tonti, V. Miglio ITALY Endothelial cell protection achieved by no ultrasound torsional phacoemulsification G. Neri Pires, A. Vergamota, C. Marques, J. Batista, J. Silva PORTUGAL Agreement of a Scheimpflug-based topography and sweptsource optical biometry astigmatism measurements A. Ng, Z. Juma, Q. Al-Fahad, V. Sung UK Clinical and economic comparison between conventional drop regimes and Mydriasert implant in preoperative dilatation for cataract surgery J. Oh, R. Yi, H. Hwang, E. Kim, M. Kim KOREA Effect of multiple usage of viscoelastics during phacoemulsification on high risk group of corneal endothelial cell loss E. Palkovičová, J. Cendelin, O. Hatle CZECH REPUBLIC Which capsulorhexis pattern offered by the navigation system provides the best concentricity with the intraocular lens? C. Palmisano, N. Misuraca, G. Alessio ITALY Focusing on dense cataract ARGOS performance: comparison between axial length measurement before and after cataract surgery A. Pérez-Arteaga MEXICO Prechop without prechoppers outside the capsular bag in small capsulorhexis S. Pini, V. Miglio, N. Canali ITALY Controlled pressure infusion can prevent endothelial damage in phacoemulsification M. Piovella, G. Scaltrini ITALY A new trifocal technology IOL to correct presbyopia in cataract patients M. Rajan, S. Mohan INDIA Punchorhexis in white intumescent cataract V. Ratra, S. K R, D. Dalan, D. Ratra, S. Mercy, R. Thomas INDIA Comparability between image-guided system, optical lowcoherence reflectometry and autorefractometer, and their influence on intraocular lens power calculation

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E-POSTERS F. Sabatino, F. Matarazzo, V. Maurino UK Comparison analysis of two swept-source optical coherence tomography (SS-OCT)-based biometers

X. Li, J. Yang, C. Yang, H. Lv, M. Zhang, X. Jiang, R. Li CHINA A novel method to prevent inherited congenital cataract using marsala

R. Sahler, S. Enright, R. Alley, J. Bille, B. Youssefzadeh, D. Schanzlin USA Docking process and patient comfort study for the refractive index shaping process

A. Ozmen, S. Kivanc, O. Talay Ozmen TURKEY Cataract in congenital pupillary membrane cases

N. Shiratori, H. Suzuki, H. Takahashi JAPAN Influence of the irrigation-port location of the phaco sleeve on ophthalmic viscosurgical device retention during phacoemulsification S. Shukhaev RUSSIA Comparison of two versions of combined ultrasound settings for hard nucleus removal with the help of femtosecond laser S. Stebnev, V. Stebnev, N. Skladchikova RUSSIA Pupil dilators in surgery of complicated cataracts V. Stebnev, S. Stebnev, I. Malov, N. Skladchikova RUSSIA Navigation system Verion image-guided system in calculating the optical power of premium intraocular lenses

S. Rezar-Dreindl, E. Stifter, T. Neumayer, A. Papp, A. Gschliesser, U. Schmidt-Erfurth AUSTRIA Ocular complications, visual outcomes, and surgical results in children with Marfan syndrome L. Sankaranarayanan, P. Krishnan, R. Bhat INDIA Long-term visual outcome after cataract surgery in infants L. Sankaranarayanan, P. Krishnan, R. Bhat, V. Prakash INDIA Surgical challenges of congenital rubella cataract B. Ventura, M. Zara, N. Caldas, L. Ventura, P. Marinho, M. Ventura BRAZIL Long-term outcomes of intraoperative triamcinolone injection vs postoperative oral prednisolone in congenital cataract surgery

C. Tabatabay, M. Bumbacher SWITZERLAND 1.8 mm limbal manual implantation of a hydrophobic trifocal IOL

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V. Vaishnav, S. Vasavada, S. Srivastava, A. Vasavada INDIA Comparison of ocular biometric measurement using two biometers with different principles

C. Bonnet, C. Karayapici, A. Brezin, D. Monnet FRANCE Systematic preoperative SD-OCT before cataract surgery

B. von Jagow GERMANY Intraindividual comparison of marking precision between the computer-assisted system Callisto and the manual pendular marker Tomark

Y. Chuang, H. Lin, Y. Ho, P. Lin TAIWAN Novel method for preventing misalignment in Ziemer FEMTO LDV Z8 femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery with VERION image-guided system

T. Yildirim, H. Son, P. Merz, G. Auffarth GERMANY In vitro behavior of different ophthalmic viscosurgical devices on the corneal endothelium during cataract surgery

A. Cywinski, A. Cywinski, L. Bednarski, D. Ferda Lewinska, S. Penter, M. Gacek, M. Swigon POLAND Mplus/Mplus toric: bifocal successor of monofocal lens in private medical centre – six years of experience

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N. Dervenis, A. Praidou, A. Mikropoulou, P. Dervenis, D. Chiras, B. Little UK Visual acuity outcomes after phacoemulsification in eyes with good visual acuity before cataract surgery

A. Alsmman, A. Monir EGYPT Combined oral propranolol with intralesional injection of triamcinolone acetonide in treatment of infantile periocular hemangiomas D. Astaridewi, I. Wahyuni INDONESIA Unilateral leucokoria, combined cataract congenital, and persistent fetal vasculature presentation in a baby S. Chandramouli, K. Narendran, A. Dhage INDIA Radiation-induced cataract among children treated for retinoblastoma: assessment for postoperative vision and complications P. Hughes, A. Quinn UK Removal of Soemmering Ring from anterior chamber in 5-year old boy with Stickler’s syndrome M. Jalalpour, M. Farvardin IRAN Comparison of central corneal thickness and endothelial cell characteristics between patients that underwent cataract surgery in childhood and normal age matched population J. Jinagal, G. Gupta, A. Agarwal, K. Aggarwal, V. Gupta, J. Ram INDIA Safety and efficacy of dexamethasone implant along with phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation in children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis-associated uveitis

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A. Diandomba CONGO What are the priorities for improving cataract surgical outcomes in Africa? Results of an ophthalmology campaign in Congo M. Dvali, G. Mekvabishvili, L. Jorjikashvili GEORGIA Refractive nanolaser phaco with premium IOLs B. Dzhashi, Y. Serkov, A. Schava, A. Marukhnenko RUSSIA Analysis of the results of extended-depth-of-focus IOL implantation N. Gozum, A. Ugurlu TURKEY Comparison of target and resulting refractive values in patients undergoing phacoemulsification surgery A. Grzybowski, P. Kanclerz, M. Muzyka-Wozniak POLAND Quality of life and vision in lens refractive surgery P. Gupta INDIA Comparison of early postoperative outcomes and patient satisfaction scores following phacoemulsification and intraocular lens implantation while using an OVD and without an OVD (hydro-implantation) in the anterior chamber U. Khan, Z. Estephan UK Assessing the variability of keratometry readings in preoperative cataract patients


M. Kucharczyk-Pospiech, M. Wilczynski, W. Omulecki POLAND Comparison of surgically induced astigmatism after bimanual phacoemulsification through 1.4 mm microincision and coaxial phacoemulsification through 1.8 mm microincision: 3 month follow-up B. Kusa, M. Piovella ITALY Routine adoption of thermal pulsation treatment for MGD to improve advanced technology lens implantation, quality of vision, and clinical results in cataract patients M. Mimouni, H. Abualhasan, O. Magen, E. Blumenthal, S. Socea ISRAEL Anxiety levels and pain during cataract surgery S. Parija Dhall INDIA Toric intraocular lenses for correction of low astigmatism during cataract surgery A. Pérez-Arteaga MEXICO Comparison of surgically-induced astigmatism of temporal vs superior clear corneal incisions for IOL implantation in 0.7mm biaxial phacoemulsification O. Richoz, D. Tabibian, P. Aleksandra, A. Konstantinos, M. El Wardani, K. Hashemi, G. Kymionis SWITZERLAND Forecasting the refractive error post cataract surgery using Tensorflow and Tensorboard, two open source machine learning tools developed by Google brains A. Turner, S. Bartnik AUSTRALIA Surgical rates following new medicare reimbursement for telehealth service in Western Australia H. Vannadil, R. Goenka, S. Bhatta, J. Kaushik, A. Singh INDIA Phacoemulsification under peribulbar: to patch or not W. Wan Abdul Halim, T. Cheng, K. Then MALAYSIA Comparison of surgically-induced astigmatism (SIA) and corneal wavefront aberration in phacoemulsification between 1.8mm and 2.75mm clear corneal incision

Cataract Surgery Special Cases T. Akcetin, K. Eltutar, N. Dincer TURKEY Outcomes of eyes with pseudoexfoliation undergoing cataract surgery E. Ansari UK Results of cataract surgery and complex co-morbidities H. Biwer, J. Riedl, A. Gericke, U. Vossmerbaeumer GERMANY Sandwich of two implanted iris-fixated intraocular lenses Y. Boulhen, R. Rachid, M. Elbelhadji MOROCCO Anterior chamber iris claw lens for the treatment of aphakia in a patient with megalocornea A. Ceausescu, M. Marcos Parra, J. Perez Santonja SPAIN Aniridia associated with lens coloboma and glaucoma: a case report S. Chatterjee, D. Agrawal INDIA Cataract surgery and penetrating keratoplasty: sequential vs combined procedure S. Chatterjee, D. Agrawal INDIA Cataract surgery in ocular tuberculosis: visual outcome and prognostic factors

S. Chaudhary, R. Chaudhary, S. Jindal INDIA Posterior polar cataract (PPC) management with new innovations P. Chong, Y. Ooi, C. Gan, L. Wong, C. Koay, V. Loo MALAYSIA Implantation of Oculentis Mplus X lens in small pupil cataract M. Farouk EGYPT Surgical approach in cases of paediatric cataract with trematodal granulomatous uveitis U. Gadgil, M. Chaugule INDIA Management of small pupil in phacoemulsification and manual small incision cataract surgery Y. Hou TAIWAN Bilateral corneal melting associated with topical diclofenac use following cataract surgery in a patient with Sjögren’s syndrome V. Ishchenko, V. Serdyuk UKRAINE Capsule support device in management of challenging cases D. Kęcik, I. Grabska-Liberek, P. Jurowski, E. Mrukwa-Kominek, W. Omulecki, B. Romanowska-Dixon, J. Szaflik POLAND Pupil diameter during cataract surgery after intracameral injection of the first ready-to-use combination of mydriatics and anaesthetic injected at the beginning of surgery in patients with pupil <6 mm during the preoperative assessment D. Klaas GERMANY Results of cataract surgery with phacoemulsification after implantation of an iris-fixated phakic intraocular lens E. Kokareva, A. Kulikov, A. Dzilikhov RUSSIA Intraocular lens axial displacements: diagnostics and prediction of postoperative refraction shift A. Kothari, G. Behera, A. Subramanian, S. Rene, T. Subramanyan INDIA Comparison of peribulbar vs topical anaesthesia for cataract surgery in patients with underlying cardiovascular disease A. Kothari INDIA Mature cataracts M. Kremeshkov, D. Ivanov RUSSIA Rehabilitation of a patient after severe trauma with toric IOL implantation A. Lula, R. Bulaj ALBANIA Effectiveness of intensive perioperative immunosuppression in severe juvenile idiopathic arthritis-associated uveitis undergoing cataract surgery with IOL implantation N. Lutsenko, O. Rudycheva, O. Kravchenko, O. Isakova UKRAINE Our experience of intraocular lens power calculation for patients without clinical history with dense cataract after refractive surgery E. Meier USA A post-LASIK IOL calculation method using Atlas ring values and the Hill RBF calculator M. Nitsche-Resch, W. Glatz, M. Sommer, J. Horwath-Winter, A. Wedrich, G. Steinwender AUSTRIA Implantable collamer lens (ICL) implantation in a myopic patient with rod-cone dystrophy C. Oliveira-Ferreira, S. Perestrelo, J. Tavares-Ferreira, J. Macedo, F. Falcao-Reis PORTUGAL Atopic dermatitis and cataracts in adulthood: case report R. Om Parkash, S. Mahajan, T. Om Parkash INDIA Rapid technique for soft cataract emulsification

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E-POSTERS M. Orts Vila, P. Tana Rivero, J. Rodriguez Prats SPAIN Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery with intraoperative wavefront aberrometry in Alport syndrome with anterior lenticonus

M. Qureshi, A. Smith UK Combined phacoemulsification and intravitreal dexamethasone implant (Ozurdex) in retinal vein occlusion patients with cataract and macular oedema

D. Pahor, T. Gracner SLOVENIA Intraoperative complications during cataract surgery in very old population

L. Ramazanova, E. Pavlova, E. Yazikova RUSSIA Our results of different types of bioptics

A. Pantalon, C. Feraru ROMANIA Cataract surgery management in bilateral posterior polar cataract I. Petric Vickovic, V. Lacmanovic Loncar, R. Ivekovic, I. Krolo, G. Maric CROATIA Cataract surgery in patients with a low corneal endothelial cell density M. Piovella, G. Scaltrini ITALY Trifocal IOLs in cataract patients after previous experience with laser vision correction treatment: two year follow-up M. Popiela, V. Kumar UK Outcomes of trifocal AT LISA IOL implantation in high myopes S. Srinivasan, S. Agarwal, E. Thornell, A. Barsam UK Visual and refractive outcomes following cataract surgery with a small aperture intraocular lens in eyes with previous radial keratotomy T. Stavropoulou, D. Pagoulatos, P. Dimitrakas, K. Mani, I. Georgalas GREECE Phacoemulsification surgery in diabetic patients and how it affected tear film parameters I. Ucar, R. Karadag, E. Bulut, A. Demirok TURKEY Phacoemulsification and anterior vitrectomy surgery for inadvertent intralenticular Ozurdex implant

M. Tyazhev, M. Shanturova, T. Iureva RUSSIA Correction of astigmatism in cataract surgery: femtolaser arcuate incisions or tangential keratotomy? P. Vassileva, Y. Kirilova BULGARIA Consecutive cataract surgery in patients with PKP

Cornea: Medical H. Aghamollaei, K. Jadidi, H. Safabakhsh, M. Moosazadeh Moghadam, H. Zare IRAN Effect of an antibacterial peptide for treatment of experimental infectious keratitis E. Alfonso-Muñoz, E. Fernandez-Lopez, M. Hernandez-Diaz, M. Roig-Revert, R. Araujo-Miranda, M. Garcia-Domene, C. Peris-Martinez SPAIN Corneal melt and perforation in an undiagnosed primary Sjögren’s syndrome: medical vs surgical management S. Alharbi, A. Alshamrani SAUDI ARABIA Corneal deposits following topical moxifloxacin use J. Alió del Barrio, J. Alió, M. El Zarif, M. de Miguel, A. Azaar, N. Makdissy, W. Harb SPAIN Regenerative medicine of the corneal stroma for advanced keratoconus: one year outcomes J. Ashar INDIA Chloroquine eye drops for ocular surface disorders

Combined Cataract Surgery Techniques N. Al Raqqad, M. Busin, C. Liu JORDAN ALTK with phacoemulsification: managing cataract in the presence of deep corneal opacity – a novel technique M. Anwar PAKISTAN Comparison of pre and postoperative astigmatism after cataract extraction by phacoemulsification through a 2.5 mm clear corneal superotemporal incision A. Bansal, L. Akshatha Ranganathan UK Safety and efficacy of combined cataract surgery with iStent implantation in a population with varying severity of glaucoma I. Filipecka, M. Hajduga POLAND The trabecular micro-bypass iStent: an effective method of treatment for patients with open-angle glaucoma S. Mahuvakar, M. Nagpal, P. Chaudhary, N. Mehrotra INDIA Chandelier-assisted retroillumination for phacoemulsification in phacovitrectomy

A. Atanassov, M. Atanassov, M. Konareva-Kostianeva BULGARIA Comparison of the posterior corneal curvature in patients with ectatic corneal dystrophy and healthy individuals using anterior segment optical coherence tomography S. Bamdad, A. Bolkheir, N. Owji IRAN The association between advanced keratoconus and serum levels of zinc, calcium, magnesium, iron, copper, and selenium O. Barut Selver, M. Palamar, S. Egrilmez, A. Yagci TURKEY Ocular involvement in granulomatosis with polyangiitis: a review of five cases L. Bataille, F. Cavas-Martinez, D. Fernandez-Pacheco, J. Velazquez, J. Bolaren, J. Alió SPAIN A study for volume-geometric operators to assist detection in early keratoconus with normal vision H. Bayhan, S. Aslan Bayhan, B. Kucuk TURKEY Evaluation of bilateral ocular surface and tear osmolarity in patients with unilateral herpes keratitis

L. Mavroudis, M. Banteka, A. Nikolakopoulos GREECE Capsulorhexis without the use of automated techniques: roundness, circularity, and centricity analysis

A. Cantemir, A. Alexa, R. Ciuntu, N. Anton, C. Danielescu, B. Galan, D. Chiselita ROMANIA Oxidative stress marker dynamics in keratoconus patients before and after corneal cross-linking

D. Nath, E. Blumenthal INDIA Sealed implantation of foldable intraocular lenses

A. Cantemir, A. Alexa, R. Ciuntu, C. Danielescu ROMANIA When Cogan strikes twice

A. Noguchi, S. Noguchi JAPAN Clinical outcome of intrascleral fixation with multifocal intraocular lens by arranged flanged technique

A. Celebi TURKEY The effect of dexpanthenol 5% on corneal staining in dry eye disease

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W. Chaidaroon, N. Phaocharoen, T. Srisomboon, N. Vanittanakom THAILAND Exserohilum rostratum keratitis in a patient with human immunodeficiency virus

P. Hossain, J. Markowitz, P. Marquis, J. Meunier, C. Joseph, C. Siffel, I. Ozer Stillman UK Impact of dry eye disease increases with severity of symptoms: results from a patient survey in the UK

M. Chen USA A comparison of three eye solutions with sodium fluorescein to stain the cornea for assisting dry eye disease diagnosis

P. Hossain, J. Markowitz, P. Marquis, J. Meunier, C. Joseph, C. Siffel, I. Ozer Stillman UK Negative impact of dry eye disease on health status and visionrelated quality of life

S. Choi, J. Oh, J. Ryu, H. Jeong, K. Kim, S. Im, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Effect of probiotics treatment on dry eyes in a mouse model of Sjögren’s syndrome E. Chorro, L. Bataille, J. Alió, A. Vega, M. Prieto, A. Cardona, D. Rivera SPAIN Principal component analysis for quantitative evaluation of the progression of the clinical profile from early to advanced keratoconus F. Cifariello, R. Dell’Omo, C. Costagliola ITALY Confocal microscopy of corneal nerve plexus as an early marker of eye involvement in patients with type 2 diabetes C. Colliga, A. Escalona, B. Garcia-Valcarcel, D. Da Saude, M. Ruiz del Tiempo, R. Yela, L. Ibares SPAIN Contemporary bacterial keratitis caused by Stenotrophomonas maltophilia in two patients with different settings and outcomes A. Daxer AUSTRIA A model for screening, grading, and progression measurement in keratoconus R. Díaz Céspedes, S. Garci­a-Delpech, A. Hervas, P. Udaondo, E. Sanz, A. Cisneros Lanuza, D. Salom SPAIN Topical GS-101 for treatment of corneal neovascularization O. Dönmez, Y. Aydin Akova TURKEY Paediatric ocular acne rosacea R. Donoso Rojas, C. Bredrup, A. Rodriguez Vega CHILE A case series of a specific limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) syndrome in patients from northern Chile B. Garcia-Valcarcel, L. Ibares, C. Colliga, D. Da Saude, R. Yela SPAIN Advancing wave-like epitheliopathy in patient with floppy eyelid

R. Hristova, I. Tanev, G. Markov, M. Hristova, V. Haykin BULGARIA Regenerative therapy for post-herpetic neurotrophic ulcer S. Irfan PAKISTAN Is post-adenoviral keratitis avoidable/preventable? R. Ivekovic, B. Mihaljevic, O. Zrinscak, Z. Vatavuk CROATIA Impact of Incobotulinum toxin-A and Botulinum toxin-A on corneal curvature and astigmatism in patients with blepharospasm K. Jadidi, A. Honaramouz, A. Riazi IRAN Comparative analysis in keratoconus suspect patients using Pentacam, Corvis, and CASIA R. Jain, A. Gupta, G. Sahni INDIA Liquid corneal bandage: a non-invasive miracle J. Jeung, H. Hwang, S. Kim, K. Kang SOUTH KOREA Two cases of pre-Descemet’s corneal dystrophy associated with X-linked ichthyosis: a case report by genetic analysis S. Kang, A. Togloom, J. Oh, J. Song, H. Kim SOUTH KOREA Expression of the NLRP3 inflammasome in human corneal epithelial cells after desiccation in vitro T. Kang, W. Lee, S. Choi, J. Lee SOUTH KOREA Clinical features and treatment outcomes of fungal keratitis in central South Korea N. Kappos, V. Liarakos, K. Giannopoulou, G. Karastatiras, M. Koutsilieris, P. Theodosiadis GREECE Experimental investigation of cAMP agonist effect on an in vivo corneal oedema model L. Karmona, H. Avizemer ISRAEL Herpes keratitis activation following corneal alkali burn: case series

R. Gil Cazorla, C. Lievens, G. Berdy, D. Douglass, S. Montaquila, L. Hugh, P. Simmons, C. Carlisle-Wilcox, M. Changela, Y. Seifu, D. Hollander, J. Vehige UK Clinical evaluation of a new enhanced viscosity eye drop for moderate-to-severe dry eye disease: a multicenter doublemasked randomised 30 day study

L. Khoo, S. Srinivasan, M. Adams, S. Hamada, G. Willams, T. Fulcher UK Clinical experience with the use of the first commercially available amniotic membrane insert in the UK and Ireland

A. Gonçalves, B. Negreiros, T. Valadao BRAZIL Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome: case report

H. Kim, C. Park SOUTH KOREA Toxicity of povidone iodine to the ocular surface of rabbits

K. Gül Ölke, I. Harbiyeli, E. Erdem, M. Yagmur TURKEY The evaluation of the effects of toric soft contact lenses on visual acuity in patients with high astigmatism

S. Kivanc, B. Akova Budak, O. Alver, A. Ozmen TURKEY Effects of demodex on corneal findings in paediatric patients with chronic blepharitis

K. Gumus TURKEY The role of topical coenzyme Q10 eye drops in the management of refractory ocular surface diseases

E. Kreps, C. Koppen BELGIUM Does ethnicity influence the severity of keratoconus at diagnosis?

A. Gupta, S. Tayal, A. Thakur, S. Handa, A. Mehta Grenwal, J. Ram, C. Malhotra INDIA Role of topical ganciclovir (0.15%) gel in adenoviral keratoconjunctivitis I. Hajji, S. Belaghmaidi, M. Baali, A. Moutaouakil MOROCCO Interest of corneal fluorescein angiography in corneal neovascularization treatment

I. Lace, E. Elksnis, S. Kudina, G. Laganovska LATVIA Intravitreal anti-VEGF injection effect on tear osmolarity A. Loshkareva, D. Maychuk RUSSIA Effectiveness of platelet-rich plasma and 0.01% sulfated glycosaminoglycans for treatment of chronic corneal erosions, associated with herpetic keratitis

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K. Rao, S. Natarajan INDIA Candida microbial keratitis in an 18-day-old infant following breast milk instillation in the eye

H. Matalia, J. Matalia, N. Chandak, R. Chandapura, A. Sinha Roy INDIA Bowman’s surface topography provides new insights to allergic eye disease

A. Rashed, A. Hamza EGYPT Comparison of trehalose containing eye drop and carboxymethylcellulose-containing eye drop on management of acute cases of recurrent corneal erosion syndrome

T. Mirasena, P. Chantaren, V. Puangsricharern, W. Tulvatana, C. Ittiwut, R. Ittiwut, K. Suphapeetiporn THAILAND A novel mutation of granular corneal dystrophy type 2 (Avellino corneal dystrophy) in Thai families

P. Rodrigues, D. Reis-Cabral, J. Macieira, H. Nogueira PORTUGAL Hypovitaminosis A in the context of psychiatric condition

S. Mohan, M. Rajan, M. Rajarajan INDIA Prospective analysis of association of eye rubbing and MMP9 positivity in patients with newly diagnosed keratoconus presenting for refractive surgery

M. Romero Sanz, A. Blasco Martinez, E. Del Prado Sanz, J. Gutierrez Vasquez, G. Lopez Valverde, C. Almenara Michelena, A. Mateo Orobia SPAIN Evaluation of visual quality in patients suffering from meibomian gland dysfunction after intense pulsed light treatment

S. Mosavi, F. Askarizadeh, M. Sedaghat, F. Narooie-Noori IRAN Clinical characterisation of keratoconus eyes with corneal Vogt’s striae: a contralateral eye study

S. Saha, J. Sengupta, A. Khetan INDIA Architectural analysis of biofilm formation by keratitisassociated fungal pathogens

E. Mostafa, M. Mahmoud Abdellah EGYPT Role of topical ascorbic acid in impending perforated corneal ulcer

L. Sedlak, P. Gosciniewicz, D. Wygledowska-Promienska, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND Corneal regenerative therapy in postoperative herpetic keratitis: case report

S. Nabili UK A cow’s tail tale N. Nassiri, A. Farzadfard, K. Sheibani IRAN Screening for MIR184 mutations in Iranian patients with keratoconus A. Ortiz, A. Solves, I. Flores, C. Dualde SPAIN Omalizumab as an alternative treatment for severe vernal keratoconjunctivitis N. Osmani, S. Hofiani AFGHANISTAN Role of cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) in immune stromal keratitis (ISK) J. Parekh, D. Patel, M. Ajaj, S. Parekh USA Prevalence of ocular surface diseases in an Asian American population J. Peraza-Nieves, M. Chang-Sotomayor, J. Torras-Sanvicens, X. Wang, M. Sanchez-Valera, M. Morato-Vilaseca, M. Hereu-Batlle SPAIN Corneal density quantification method using swept-source optical coherence tomography technology: comparison with Scheimpflug technology A. Pertiwi, T. Rahayu INDONESIA The effects of orthokeratology for myopia control in Jakarta Eye Center, Jakarta, Indonesia J. Pradas, C. Schell, S. Elnayef, M. Asaad SPAIN Herpes simplex virus stromal keratitis and endotheliitis: case report P. Puy SPAIN Recurrent endothelitis with intraocular hypertension A. Quintero Palomino, J. Sandoval Codoni, J. Gonzalez de Gor Crooke SPAIN Bilateral non-luetic interstitial keratitis: a case report K. Ranđelović, R. Ivekovic, Z. Vatavuk CROATIA Can a regenerating agent help corneal wound-healing with impaired sensitivity?

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J. Sengupta, A. Khetan, S. Saha INDIA A 10 year surveillance report of in vitro antimicrobial susceptibility of bacterial keratitis isolates and normal ocular commensals from eastern India in 2007-2017 E. Seven, M. Batur, S. Tekin TURKEY Evaluation of efficacy of coenzyme Q10 eye drop in corneal ulcer treatment S. Shah, A. Chugh, H. Rohira, S. Shankar INDIA Efficacy of novel cell penetrating peptide conjugated natamycin in experimental animal model of fusarium spp. keratitis S. Shah, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, S. Sethu, J. Matalia, N. Sharma, S. Acharya INDIA Lower tear dopamine levels are associated with myopia in children K. Shin, D. Lim, C. Yang, C. Moon, B. Kim, T. Chung SOUTH KOREA Comparison of IPL with lid-squeezing group and IPL only treatment group M. Shoja, S. Salimpoor IRAN Effects of corneal sub-basal nerve fiber length on the response to treatment in dry eye syndrome S. Shoughy, F. Aljassar, K. Tabbara SAUDI ARABIA A cluster of Nocardia keratitis after refractive surgery I. Sian, L. De Benito Lopis UK Fish eye syndrome: dyslipoproteinemic corneal dystrophy V. Sobot, N. Lukic, D. Lukic SERBIA Mooren’s ulcer: treatment by surgical excision of limbal conjunctiva P. Song, Q. Zeng, P. Li CHINA The shifting of main corneal reference points accompanying decreased biomechanical property promotes early finding of keratoconus L. Spadea, E. Tonti ITALY Use of ozone-based eye drops: a new approach to treat some ocular pathologies


S. Sül, A. Atac TURKEY Acute effect of 5% hypertonic ophthalmic solutions on corneal thickness and densitometry after cataract surgery

M. Alonso-Agesta, M. Olivera, M. de la Paz, R. Barraquer SPAIN Boston Keratoprothesis type I (K-PRO I) reconstructive techniques in graft necrosis

I. van der Meulen, H. van Vliet, H. Jellema, C. Nieuwendaal, R. Lapid-Gortzak, F. Riemslag THE NETHERLANDS Grey filter contact lens as therapeutic option for acquired reduced binocular visual performance

A. Alosaily, S. Almotowa, H. Osorio, J. Vargas SAUDI ARABIA Visual outcomes and complications rate of Boston type I keratoprosthesis: single-center study

G. van Setten, R. Beck, A. Koschmieder, S. Peschel, O. Stachs, W. Mueller-Lierheim SWEDEN Hyaluronic acid as an alternative to human serum: initial results with high molecular weight HA C. Verges, J. Salgado Borges SPAIN Intense ultra-regulated pulsed light in the treatment of dry eye and meibomian gland dysfunction A. Vicente, A. Viberg, B. Bystrom SWEDEN Corneal imaging in granular dystrophy: a case report F. Vingopoulos, S. Palioura GREECE Bilateral episcleritis, erythema nodosum, and atrial fibrillation J. Yoo, B. Choi SOUTH KOREA Non-invasive assessment of tear film and corneal wavefront change of 3% diquafosol ophthalmic solution for patients with dry eye after cataract surgery S. Yuk, J. Chuang, J. Lai, V. Jhanji, L. Tong, K. Shih HONG KONG Intense pulsed light (IPL) therapy in meibomian gland dysfunction-related dry eye disease: our initial experience in a Chinese population

O. Al-Shymali, J. Alió SPAIN Corneal transplantation following KeraKlear keratoprosthesis: a new chance for a successful penetrating keratoplasty in severely diseased corneas S. Alswailem, W. Alsakran, S. Alshahwan SAUDI ARABIA Escalation of glaucoma therapy after penetrating keratoplasty and Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty for pseudophakic bullous keratopathy S. Alzeyadi IRAQ Simultaneous complete intracorneal ring implantation with intrapocket collagen cross-linking for treatment of keratoconus O. Antonova, B. Malyugin, A. Gelyastanov RUSSIA Intraoperative Descemet’s membrane unfolding manipulations and long-term endothelial cell loss after DMEK D. Anwar, R. Abubaker IRAQ Delayed epithelial healing after deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty D. Anwar, R. Abubaker IRAQ Geographic corneal patch graft for geographic corneal melt in previous penetrating keratoplasty eye

M. Zamani, M. Isfahani, N. Bavarsad, S. Massihi IRAN Comparison of effectiveness of estradiol eye drop and artificial tear eye drop for treating dry eye syndrome in postmenopausal women

M. Arino, B. Garcia-Sandoval, I. Jimenez-Alfaro, N. Alejandre SPAIN Clinical outcome of 150 consecutive cases undergoing Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty

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R. Barrera, J. Barraquer Granados COLOMBIA Coralline hydroxyapatite keratoprosthesis: technique, description, and long-term visual outcomes

A. Abdelghany, M. El Bahrawy, J. Alió EGYPT Combined amniotic membrane and platelet-rich plasma clot for management of central corneal perforation N. Abdelhaliem, A. Alsmman EGYPT Corneal tattoo from animal to human E. Abdullayev USA Safety of the DMEK graft endothelium preloaded in the new MICRO injector for DMEK and PDEK 2.0 incision E. Abdullayev USA Super thin DSAEK grafts with thickness 60 microns and less W. Abou Samra EGYPT Two-stage procedure in management of selected cases of keratoconus: clear lensectomy with a spherical intraocular lens implantation followed by combined corneal cross-linking with topo-guided photorefractive keratotomy N. Alejandre-Alba, P. Perez-Merino, S. Marcos, I. Jimenez-Alfaro SPAIN Prospective study analysing customised virtual ray tracing aberrometry and clinical results before and after implantation of different combinations of ICRS in keratoconus S. Aliyeva, A. Safarova AZERBAIJAN Corneal volume changes in patients that underwent corneal cross-linking

R. Bagh, V. Mamikonyan, G. Osipyan, H. Khraisten RUSSIA New surgical approach in the management of keratoconus, intralamellar strengthening keratoplasty (ISK)

L. Baydoun, V. Zygoura, A. Miron, L. Ham, I. Dapena, S. Oellerich, G. Melles THE NETHERLANDS Quarter Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (Quarter-DMEK) for Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy: 6 month clinical outcome and in vitro cell migration patterns B. Benito-Pascual, P. Arriola-Villalobos, D. Diaz-Valle SPAIN Intrastromal corneal ring segment implant in paracentral keratoconus with coincident and non-coincident topographic and comatic axes C. Bovone, P. Leon, A. Ruzza, S. Ferrari, D. Ponzin, M. Parekh, M. Busin ITALY Early clinical outcomes of pre-loaded Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty grafts with endothelium tri-folded inwards F. Cabrerizo Nunez, I. Potapenko, M. Alberti DENMARK Safety and clinical outcomes of novel micro-incision DMEK R. Carneiro de Freitas PORTUGAL Comparison of visual, refractive, and topographic outcomes between manual technique and femtosecond laser-assisted for intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation in keratoconus

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E-POSTERS N. Cesario Pereira, A. dos Santos Forseto, M. Wong, H. Delloiagono, J. Pereira Gomes BRAZIL Outcomes of secondary penetrating keratoplasty graft failure managed by Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty D. Choudhary, N. Agrawal, N. Sharma INDIA Simple excision with Bowman’s membrane tuck-in with limbal reconstruction: new surgical approach for limbal dermoids in children

P. Guerra, T. Ferreira, B. Feijoo, P. Campos, L. Zabala, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Clinical outcomes in ultra-thin Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty with internationally shipped pre-cut corneal grafts D. Horodynska POLAND Intracorneal ring Ferrara 210 arc in advanced keratoconus treatment

A. Chranioti, D. Giannoulis, V. Vlatsios, E. Papadopoulou, D. Kapantais, K. Tsaousis, N. Ziakas GREECE Corneal graft from a two-month-old infant donor for Descemet’s stripping endothelial keratoplasty

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

M. Cigales, J. Hoyos-Chacon, J. Hoyos Campillo SPAIN Corneal keloid after LASIK

E. Infantes Molina, J. Celis Sanchez, D. Mesa Varona, E. Avendano Cantos, A. Barrajon Rodriguez, M. Pradas Gonzalez, F. Gonzalez del Valle SPAIN Outcomes of deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty with Melles technique vs penetrating keratoplasty

O. Daphna, A. Mrcovich ISRAEL Treating corneal edema with artificial corneal endothelial implant, EndoArt®: first human experience A. Demirok, U. Sari, R. Karadag TURKEY Trocar-assisted, sutureless, scleral-fixated flanged intraocular lens implantation combined with penetrating keratoplasty

I. Iskakov RUSSIA Femtosecond laser-assisted intracorneal hydrogel disc insertion for symptomatic treatment of bullous keratopathy

P. Dhanapal INDIA Superficial keratectomy for dematiaceous fungal keratitis

S. Jacob INDIA Host Descemetic scaffolding for graft attachment in PDEK and DMEK

A. El Habbak, M. Awwad EGYPT Collagen cross-linking for treatment of refractory infectious keratitis

R. Jain, N. Mohan INDIA A potential deficiency in current chemical injury classification system

M. Elalfy, Z. Gatzioufas, S. Hamada UK The long-term outcomes of corneal ring implants for keratoconus in patients older than 40

D. Janiszewska-Bil, M. Milka, D. Dobrowolski, A. Lyssek-Boron, E. Wylegala POLAND Anterior and posterior corneal surface evaluation after DALK (deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty) compared to PK (penetrating keratoplasty) in patients with keratoconus

N. Fernández Meijide, F. Terragni, A. Suarez Trujillo, T. Ortiz Basso, J. Bekerman, C. Vitelli ARGENTINA 5 year stability evaluation in topographic indices in patients with keratoconus operated with intrastromal corneal ring segments P. Garimoldi, S. Donati, C. Azzolini ITALY Conjunctival autograft for pterygium: clinical study in primary and recurrent pterygium I. Garzo Garcia, F. Costales Mier, L. Monje Fernandez, M. Cuesta Lasso, J. Sanchez Canizal, C. Plaza Laguardia, N. Spagnoli Santa Cruz SPAIN How can a superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis be treated if it is unresponsive to medical treatment? G. Gerten, O. Kermani, U. Oberheide, P. Thiee GERMANY Clear cornea DALK: novel technique for deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK) A. Ghareeb, C. Osei-Bempong, M. Lako, W. Armitage, F. Figueiredo UK Optimal cryopreservation conditions for limbal stem cells D. Giannoulis, V. Vlatsios, R. Bartzoulianou, F. Polydari, E. Kostopoulou, N. Ziakas GREECE Descemet’s membrane detachment: a rare complication after penetrating keratoplasty J. Grandin, C. Gordillo, A. Lotfi ARGENTINA Progression of keratoconus after DALK: surgical option for the peripheral cornea of the host

A. Jayarathna, B. Supul, P. Kumara, C. Thilakarathna, M. Pasqual, B. Amarasinghe SRI LANKA New surgical technique with a sky web to combat expulsion during open sky penetrating keratoplasty N. Jurado, M. Naveiras, J. Alfonso ECUADOR Corneal decompensation post implantation of an iris-claw phakic intraocular lens (Artisan) associated with interface fluid syndrome treated by Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) M. Kalayci TURKEY The results of conjunctivolimbal autograft transplantation in primary and recurrent pterygium R. Kaufman, D. Wajnsztajn, D. Landua, B. Quizhpe, S. Frenkel, A. Solomon, I. Lavy ISRAEL A severe corneal decompensation in an ICE syndrome patient treated successfully by Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) M. Kim, J. Lee, H. Kim, H. Cha SOUTH KOREA Closure of cataract incision using mussel protein-based bioadhesive E. Livny, I. Bahar, Y. Nahum ISRAEL The ‘ghost DMEK’ technique: peripheral staining of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) grafts without using trypan blue D. Madrid-Costa, L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto, C. Lisa, J. Merayo, J. Alfonso SPAIN Visual and refractive outcomes of intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation in paracentral keratoconus with perpendicular topographic astigmatism and comatic axis

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R. Malik, S. Kumar INDIA Symblepharon repair with lower fornix reconstruction with conjunctival autograft

H. Rashed, N. Ezzat, T. Abdel Aziz, M. Ismail EGYPT Sutureless fresh amniotic membrane transplantation in the management of resistant corneal epithelial defects: an OCT study

E. Malyutina, B. Malyugin, O. Antonova, A. Belodedova, A. Galyastanov RUSSIA Clinical outcomes of central circular descemetorhexis in patients with Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy

V. Ravera, P. Leon, C. Bovone, G. Shay, Y. Nahum, M. Busin ITALY Outcomes of air injection within 2 mm inside a deep trephination for DALK performed for different types of indications

C. Maria Carossa Veiga Jardim, N. Bahjat Hajj, C. Alberto Pinto, B. Nazareth Parize Clemente, A. Chater Taleb BRAZIL Gain of vision in relation to the evolution of the DMEK learning curve M. Marques, P. Rodrigues, S. Alves, H. Nogueira PORTUGAL The influence of cone location on the efficacy of INTACS-SK H. Martinez Osorio, H. Al Habboubi, R. Khandekar, A. Maktabi, S. Al-Swailem SAUDI ARABIA Causes and management of intrastromal corneal ring segment explantation in KKESH W. Maruszczyk, S. Sapeta, M. Chrzaszcz, E. Mrukwa-Kominek POLAND AlgerBrush II assisted pterygium operation: a case series L. Mattioli, G. Giannaccare, M. Busin ITALY Bilateral pseudo-buphthalmos in type II Peters anomaly N. Maychuk, I. Mushkova, R. Makarov RUSSIA Treatment of post-herpetic corneal stromal opacities with transepithelial topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy and deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: comparison of clinical and functional results M. Molero, L. Salazar Quiaones, S. Aguilar Munoa, R. Cuiaa Sardiaa, J. Martinez de la Casa, C. Valor Suarez, I. Camacho Bosca SPAIN DSAEK in eye with buphtalmos and Haab’s striae V. Naumenko RUSSIA Penetrating keratoplasty in patients with corneal perforations and fistulas M. Naveiras, C. Lisa, L. Fernandez-Vega Cueto, A. Meana, J. Alfonso SPAIN One year complete bilateral visual rehabilitation in Fuchs’ and cataract using phaco and DMEK in simultaneous and separate procedures H. Nazim Youcef ALGERIA Harboyan syndrome: family case

P. Rodrigues, M. Marques, S. Alves, H. Nogueira PORTUGAL Importance of the morphological classification of keratoconus in INTACS-SK implantation F. Sammouh, T. Baban, E. Warrak LEBANON Long-term outcomes of intracorneal ring segment implantation in 932 keratoconus eyes D. Santander-Garcia, V. Zygoura, I. Lavi, R. Verdijk, L. Baydoun, I. Dapena, G. Melles SPAIN Atypical presentation of iridocorneal endothelial syndrome with band keratopathy but no corneal edema managed with DMEK D. Santander-Garcia, R. Quilendrino, M. Rodriguez-Calvo de Mora, K. Van Dijk, I. Dapena, L. Baydoun, G. Melles SPAIN Prevention and management of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) complications I. Shargorodska, S. Rykov, M. Lysenko UKRAINE Modified method of assessment of quality criteria of donor’s cornea N. Shilova, B. Malyugin, O. Antonova RUSSIA Refractive results following phacoemulsification combined with posterior lamellar keratoplasty: femto-DSEK vs DSAEK – a comparative study A. Slavik Lencova, T. Kohnen, B. Agha, I. Schmack GERMANY Analysis of Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) for failed penetrating keratoplasty and re-keratoplasty A. Soares, T. Monteiro, N. Franqueira, F. Faria-Correia, F. Vaz PORTUGAL Progressive thickness intrastromal corneal ring segments (Keraring® AS) implantation for paracentral keratoconus with non-coincident topographic and coma axis (Duck phenotype) R. Solanki, K. Sathyamurthy, S. Maled, K. Wali INDIA Clinical outcomes of minor ipsilateral simple limbal epithelial transplantation (Mini-SLET) technique for the treatment of pterygium

A. Omar EGYPT Descemet’s membrane detachment: an overlooked cause of post-cataract surgery persistent corneal edema

R. Spena, P. Leon, S. Madi, Y. Nahum, J. Beltz, G. Giannaccare, M. Busin ITALY Five year outcomes of ultrathin Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty

K. Osman, A. Mohamed, M. Ali, N. Elias SUDAN Impact of MyoRing implantation on vision and quality of life of keratoconus patients

J. Titiyal, M. Kaur, M. Gagrani, F. Shaikh INDIA Repeat keratoplasty for failed Descemet’s stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty: factors affecting decision-making

D. Ozek, E. Karaca, O. Kemer TURKEY Pain score in amniotic membrane application

A. Tzamalis, V. Romano, E. Arbabi, R. Vinciguerra, D. Borroni, S. Kaye UK Comparison between methods to prepare large donor grafts for DMEK

F. Price Jr, M. Price USA Hitting the refractive target with combined vs sequential DMEK and phaco M. Price, F. Price Jr USA Five year graft survival and rejection episode rates with DMEK vs DSEK, and the effect of donor/recipient sex matching M. Rajarajan, S. Mohan, M. Rajan, S. Archana INDIA Incidence and risk factors for secondary glaucoma after penetrating keratoplasty

E. Usubov, M. Bikbov, E. Rakhimova RUSSIA Femtolaser-assisted posterior lamellar keratoplasty with inverted graft formation A. Vasquez-Perez, B. Allan UK Novel technique of DMEK graft re-bubbling at the slit lamp with partial aqueous drainage and a 30-gauge cannula

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E-POSTERS A. Volinia, L. Avoni, A. Saitta, A. Bratu, D. D’eliseo ITALY The role of corneal scraping in the management of infectious keratitis

I. Halkiadakis, S. Skouriotis, T. Makris, V. Konstadininidou GREECE Evaluation of corneal deformation parameters provided by the Corvis ST in patients with glaucoma and ocular hypertension

J. Woo, H. Htoon, D. Tan SINGAPORE Hybrid Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (H-DMEK): results of a donor insertion pull-through technique using donor stroma as carrier

R. Herber, M. Francis, E. Spoerl, L. Pillunat, F. Raiskup, A. Roy GERMANY Establishing the link between waveform-derived corneal stiffness and stress-strain extensometry-derived corneal stiffness: a prospective study with air-puff applanation of ex vivo porcine eyes

Y. Yildirim, M. Sucu, B. Kepez Yildiz, A. Agca, S. Genc, M. Taskapili TURKEY Corneal wavefront-guided transepithelial phototherapeutic keratectomy for subepithelial corneal infiltrates after epidemic keratoconjunctivitis D. Zadok, A. Rozenberg, A. Abulafia, L. Or ISRAEL Progression of keratoconus in children: 5 year follow-up Q. Zeng, P. Song CHINA Clinical efficacy and microscopic changes of four corneal cross-linking techniques in the treatment of keratoconus

R. Imparato, G. Salerno, F. Cione, A. Pepe, M. Gioia, M. De Bernardo ITALY Corneal thickness measurements: Pentacam HR vs Nidek CEM-530 specular microscopy V. Kenia, P. Devani, R. Kenia, O. Pirdankar INDIA Changes in biomechanically corrected IOP pre and post-LASIK V. Kenia, R. Kenia, O. Pirdankar INDIA Corneal biomechanics in young myopic Indian subjects

T. Zimina, A. Mezentseva, I. Pastukh, L. Litvinova UKRAINE Experience of keratobioimplant implantation for keratoconus and corneal scars

B. Lopes, A. Mohammadvali, J. Wang, R. Ambrosio, A. Elsheikh UK Biomechanical susceptibility in post-LASIK ectasia

Corneal Biomechanics

A. Martínez-Abad, D. Pinero, L. Bataille, E. Chorro, J. Alió SPAIN Development of a reference model for keratoconus progression prediction based on the characterisation of the course of nonsurgically treated cases

F. Aboalazayem, M. Hosny, M. Salem, H. El Shiwy EGYPT Corneal biomechanical changes following small incision lenticule extraction

Y. Shen, J. Shang, X. Zhou, J. Zhao, Y. Zhao, L. Zeng, X. Zhou CHINA Comparison of corneal biomechanical properties in post-SMILE, post-LASEK, and keratoconic eyes

S. Amano, K. Inoue, R. Nejima, K. Miyata JAPAN Effect of topical prostaglandin analogs and β-blockers on corneal biomechanical properties

J. Titiyal, S. Verma, M. Kaur, T. Agarwal, R. Sinha, N. Sharma INDIA Correlation of corneal biomechanics and confocal microscopy with corneal thickness in myopia

Z. Ayhan, M. Kaya, T. Ozturk, G. Arikan, M. Birlik TURKEY Association between skin thickness measurements with corneal biomechanical properties and dry eye tests in systemic sclerosis patients

L. Valešová, J. Miksovska, E. Jerhotova, K. Pulchartova CZECH REPUBLIC Corneal biomechanical measurement (Corvis) in clinical practice: first experience with biomechanical/tomographic examination

I. Bubnova, M. Budzinskaya, A. Kurguzova RUSSIA Dependence of rise of IOP indices after intravitreal injections from corneal biomechanical properties E. Coskunseven, O. Sahin TURKEY Evaluation of 42 indices of 18 keratoconic eyes which underwent progressive thickness intracorneal ring implantation I. De Pascale, R. Imparato, Y. De Paola, M. Gioia, M. De Bernardo ITALY Corneal thickness changes after cataract surgery: comparison between two devices M. Elalfy, Z. Gatzioufas, S. Hamada UK The effect of cone eccentricity on visual outcomes after corneal ring implantation for keratoconus E. El-Mayah, M. Hosny, M. Salem, M. Anis EGYPT Comparison of corneal biomechanics after FS-LASIK and FS-SMILE for myopia correction A. Elsheikh, R. Vinciguerra, A. Eliasy UK In vivo measurement of corneal material properties using dynamic Scheimpflug analyser A. Gonçalves, B. Gomes, T. Valadao BRAZIL Comparison of horizontal corneal diameter by the Atlas corneal topography system and IOLMaster

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Cross-Linking M. Abozaid EGYPT Sequential intrastromal corneal ring segment implantation and corneal cross-linking for treatment of keratoconus in children with vernal keratoconjunctivitis: two year results M. Al Obthani, D. Lin, S. Holland, S. Arba Mosquera CANADA Outcome of topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy with cross-linking for post-LASIK ectasia with high speed laser A. Arteaga, S. Hassanaly, D. Silva, O. Lopez, J. De la Cruz USA Corneal structural changes after sequential femtosecond laserassisted image-guided intracorneal ring segments and corneal cross-linking in the treatment of ectatic disorders


L. Avila, J. Beniz, M. Toledo, L. Stival, M. Schellini, C. Jardim BRAZIL Flattening and progressive thickness reduction after photorefractive keratectomy followed by riboflavin-UVA collagen cross-linking: case report

W. Lim, J. Theng, M. Puah, C. Chua, F. Gasper, F. Khoo SINGAPORE Epithelium-on photorefractive intrastromal cross-linking (PiXL) with supplemental oxygen for low hyperopic treatment in untreated Asian eyes

J. Brekelmans, K. Rieff, M. Dickman, A. Brandis, A. Marcovich, A. Scherz, R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS Comparison of WST-D/near infrared and riboflavin/ultraviolet: cross-linking treatments on corneal resistance to collagenase digestion

C. Malhotra, B. Ramatchandirane, A. Jain, A. Gupta, J. Ram INDIA Demarcation line depth in transepithelial collagen crosslinking, for progressive keratoconus with thin corneas, using a hydroxy propyl methyl cellulose-based riboflavin formulation and ultraviolet A

Y. Cai, D. Gore, H. Ong, M. Leucci, B. Allan UK Specular microscopy changes following corneal cross-linking in thin corneas

C. Mazzotta ITALY Enhanced-fluence pulsed-light iontophoresis corneal crosslinking (EF I-CXL): 1 year morphological and clinical results

E. Can TURKEY Early results of accelerated corneal cross-linking (CXL) using an increased total dose of 7.2 J/cm2 with dextran-free isotonic riboflavin solution

S. Milisic, S. Hamada BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA The visual benefits of corneal cross-linking (CXL)

W. Chanbour, E. Jarade LEBANON Late onset peripheral ulcerative keratitis post corneal collagen cross-linking A. Ă&#x2021;içek, D. Ulusoy TURKEY The comparison of peripheral corneal stromal demarcation line depth percentages after standard and accelerated collagen cross-linking H. Elsaftawy, M. Salaheldin, O. Hashim, A. Saif EGYPT Aberrometric and visual outcomes in intracorneal ring segments (ICRS) with sequential cross-linking (CXL) in keratoconus corneas: a long-term follow-up S. Faria e Sousa, R. Foschini BRAZIL Pachymetric error for the apex, pupillary center, and thinnest point of the cornea on Pentacam corneal tomographer S. Hamada UK Outcomes of corneal cross-linking in young children with keratoconus A. Hashem, Z. Ismail, F. Zaher, A. Assaf, F. Fawzy EGYPT Effect of corneal collagen cross-linking over the current Ferrara nomogram

M. Mirzaei, M. Bagheri, A. Taheri IRAN Influence of standard corneal cross-linking in keratoconous patients on macular profile A. Nagpal INDIA Selective transepithelial topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy with the LaserSoft solid-state 210 nm photorefractive laser platform combined with accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking N. Nassiri, M. Safarzadeh, K. Sheibani IRAN Comparative study of changes of corneal curvatures and uncorrected distance visual acuity prior to and after corneal collagen cross-linking: 1 year results S. Ouanezar, O. Sandali, C. Temstet, R. Atia, C. Georgeon, V. Borderie, N. Bauheraoua FRANCE Contribution of the spectral domain OCT to the diagnosis of keratoconus progression Y. Piyacomn, N. Kasetsuwan, L. Pariyakanok, V. Puangsricharern, U. Reinprayoon, V. Satitpitakul, P. Chantaren THAILAND Efficacy and safety of corneal collagen cross-linking in ectatic cornea S. Ramamurthy, G. Sachdev INDIA Comparative analysis of outcomes of customised topographyguided cross-linking vs conventional cross-linking for keratoconus

V. Kankariya, G. Kontadakis, G. Kymionis, A. Pallikaris, I. Pallikaris INDIA Effect of corneal collagen cross-linking on corneal innervation, corneal sensitivity, and tear function of patients with keratoconus

K. Rao, S. Natarajan INDIA Recurrence of keratoconus in corneal graft vs the cross-linked non-grafted other eye

E. Karaca, D. Ozek, O. Evren Kemer TURKEY Effect of the bio protectant agent trehalose on corneal epithelial healing after corneal cross-linking for keratoconus

I. Salah-Mabed, A. Saad, D. Gatinel FRANCE Investigating the topographic effect of epithelium in myopic eyes with and without topographic preoperative abnormalities

S. Karmoun MOROCCO Use of cross-linking in refractory infectious keratitis: prospective study of 22 cases

V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Clinical prevalence of familiar association in keratoconus (KCN): tomographic evaluation of KCN patient parents

S. Kocabeyoglu, F. Bezci Aygun, M. Irkec, H. Dener TURKEY Contact lens application to improve visual acuity after corneal collagen cross-linking in patients with keratoconus

G. Steinwender, A. Kollenc, M. Sommer, W. Glatz, J. Horwath-Winter, M. Shajari, T. Kohnen AUSTRIA Deviation of different points for keratoconus localisation

S. Kostenev, I. Mushkova, M. Gerasimov RUSSIA First results of a new method nonlinear optical femtosecond laser-induced collagen cross-linking of ex vivo human donor corneas

M. Taskapili, Y. Yildirim, B. Kepez Yildiz, A. Agca TURKEY Accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking in progressive keratoconus: long-term results

G. Landim, A. Almeida, A. Bittencourt, A. Pereira, F. Machado, A. Shiguero BRAZIL Anterior and posterior corneal outcomes after cross-linking for progressive keratoconus: visual, refractive, and Scheimpflug imaging analysis

J. Theng, W. Lim, M. Puah, C. Chua, F. Gasper, F. Khoo SINGAPORE Epithelium-on photorefractive intrastromal cross-linking (PiXL) with supplemental oxygen for low hyperopic treatment in postrefractive surgery Asian eyes

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E-POSTERS M. Tomita JAPAN Intracorneal ring segment (ICRS) implantation and corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) using intracorneal riboflavin injection into corneal ring tunnel

H. Uy, R. Nepomuceno, F. Cruz, C. Rubio, P. Chan PHILIPPINES Intracameral moxifloxacin vs levofloxacin: postoperative outcomes in patients undergoing phacoemulsification with in-the-bag intraocular lens implantation

E. Usubov, M. Bikbov, A. Khalimov, E. Usubov, L. Khalimova RUSSIA Formation of reactive oxygen species in the aqueous humour of the anterior chamber of rabbits after standard, accelerated, and pulsed accelerated UV-A cross-linking

M. Yagmur, I. Harbiyeli, E. Erdem, O. Oruz, B. Cam TURKEY Clinical features and prognosis of mixed microbial keratitis

D. Wajnsztajn Vamos, A. Solomon, D. Landau, J. Frucht-Pery ISRAEL Shield ulcer formation after cross-linking for keratoconus A. Zafar, I. Aslanides, G. Mule, A. Stojanovic, S. Vasilis GREECE 12 month outcomes of safety, efficacy, and stability of central corneal regularisation (CCR) with corneal cross-linking for treatment of keratoconus S. Zaheryany, H. Movahhedan, R. Salouti, S. Bamdad, S. Mohaghegh, S. Javadpour IRAN Comparing the effect of corneal collagen cross-linking in progressive KCN via epithelium removal and transepithelial, using DAYA epithelium disruptor: a randomised controlled clinical trial

A. Zubicoa, C. Martin, M. Mozo, L. Tabuenca, P. Plaza, M. Echeverria, S. Perez SPAIN Epidemiological and microbiological characteristics of infectious keratitis at a tertiary hospital

Femtolaser Refractive Surgery Applications M. Abdalla, O. Ibrahim EGYPT Enhancement options after SMILE: an overview of different techniques F. Aboalazayem, M. Hosny, M. Salem, H. El Shiwy EGYPT Intraocular pressure and biomechanical changes following small incision lenticule extraction

Endophthalmitis/Ocular Infections

M. Belmekki, M. El Bakkali, A. Sami, Y. Oumzil MOROCCO Management of high residual astigmatism post corneal graft

M. Abrishami, M. Sedaghat IRAN Neurotrophic corneal ulcer recurrence following topical tetracaine abuse in a one-eyed patient

A. Demirok, Y. Yildirim, M. Sucu, B. Kepez Yildiz, A. Agca TURKEY Small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) for the correction of moderate to high astigmatism in myopia: is it really effective?

S. Alzeyadi IRAQ Two different chemoprophylaxis approaches after phacoemulsification surgery in one thousand patients in Iraq: a clinical trial

E. El-Mayah EGYPT Visual and refractive changes after Q-adjusted FS-LASIK and FS-SMILE

N. Gandhi INDIA Does conjunctival culture before routine cataract surgery prevent endophthalmitis in predisposed high risk patients? M. Kivanc, S. Kivanc, B. Akova Budak, Y. Karasu, A. Ozmen, O. Ulusoy TURKEY Effects of disinfectants on bacteria that were obtained from aplanation tonometers

Z. Jihong CHINA Predictors affecting myopic regression in more than -10.0D myopia after laser-assisted sub-epithelial keratomileusis and laser in situ keratomileusis flap creation with femtosecond laser-assisted or mechanical microkeratome-assisted B. Kepez Yildiz, Y. Yildirim, A. Agca, A. Demirok TURKEY FemtoLASIK for correction of oblique and with-the-rule astigmatism: comparison of postoperative visual quality

B. LaHood, N. Andrew, M. Goggin NEW ZEALAND Antibiotic prophylaxis in cataract surgery in the setting of penicillin allergy: a decision-making algorithm

A. Kocakaya, H. Aslankara, A. Dvalishvilli, C. Yildirim TURKEY Clinical outcomes after femtosecond laser-assisted intracorneal ring segment implantation for keratoconus management

M. Lakshmipathy, M. Jambulingam, M. Nandagopal INDIA Clinical, phenotypic, and genotypic characterisation of multidrug resistant (MDR) pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from keratitis patient from a tertiary eyecare centre, South India

C. Kranemann CANADA Minimising refractive lenticule extraction complications: initial Canadian experience

W. Lee, T. Kang, S. Choi, J. Lee SOUTH KOREA Clinical course of infectious scleritis A. Rodriguez, J. Ali贸 del Barrio, A. Vega, J. Ali贸 SPAIN Fungal keratitis: diagnosis and treatment outcomes A. Rodriguez, E. Castro, A. Chulia, J. Ali贸 del Barrio, J. Ali贸 SPAIN Rapid diagnosis in mycotic and Acanthamoeba corneal infections M. Shen, X. Shen, Y. Yuan, W. Ye, F. Yuan CHINA The clinical profile and features of 19 endogenous endophthalmitis cases D. Sobeih EGYPT Practice pattern for prevention of postsurgical endophthalmitis among ophthalmologists working in Egypt

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M. Nour, M. Hosny, S. Azzam, M. Salem, E. Elmayah EGYPT Simultaneous transepithelial intratunnel cross-linking with ICRS implantation vs simultaneous epi-off cross-linking with ICRS implantation for keratoconus management


Femtolaser-Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS) A. Arteaga, S. Hassanaly, M. Cortina, J. De la Cruz USA Laser-related complications during femtosecond-assisted cataract surgery Y. Aydin Akova, O. Donmez, I. Kilic Muftuoglu TURKEY Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery after penetrating keratoplasty S. Choudry INDIA Comparison of astigmatism correction by femtosecond laser acurate incisions vs toric IOLs during cataract surgery A. Dvalishvili, H. Aslankara, A. Kocakaya, C. Yaldirim TURKEY Results from randomised controlled trial of femtosecond laserassisted capsulorhexis and lens fragmentation in patients with brunescent white cataract E. Favuzza, M. Becatti, M. Cennamo, R. Mencucci ITALY Cytokines, chemokines, and flare in anterior chamber after femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery P. Gireesh, M. Nath, R. Venkatesh, J. Akkara INDIA Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) in peculiar scenarios M. Kim, H. Kim, K. Kim, J. Kim, M. Kim, H. Tchah SOUTH KOREA Analysis of aqueous humor proteome after femtosecond laserassisted cataract surgery M. Ryan, M. Pyfer, Q. Zhang USA Does lens densitometry by Scheimpflug imaging predict ultrasound energy in phacoemulsification cataract surgery? L. Schwarzenbacher, D. Schartmueller, C. Leydolt, R. Menapace AUSTRIA Comparison of capsulotomy first to fragmentation first in laser cataract surgery K. Yamazaki, R. Kimoto, Y. Shibata, J. Yoneyama, M. Inagaki, T. Hayashi, T. Mimura JAPAN Efficacy of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery in keratoconus patients with cataracts C. Yildirim, H. Aslankara, A. Dvallishvilli, A. Kocakaya TURKEY Preliminary visual and clinical outcomes in femtosecond laserassisted cataract surgery: a single-center retrospective cohort analysis of 200 eyes in Turkey

Glaucoma M. Abdelmseih GERMANY Why should SLT be the first-choice treatment for glaucoma? L. Abegao Pinto, D. Cordeiro Sousa, N. Pinto Ferreira, C. Marques-Neves, A. Sommers, E. Vandewalle, I. Stalmans PORTUGAL High-intensity focused ultrasound cycloplasty: changes in pupil behaviour M. Afroozifar, M. Pakravan, S. Yazdani IRAN New suturing technique in trabeculectomy F. Allen, O. Bowes, C. Morley, T. Pearsall, S. Ruben UK 18 month results of the XEN45 implant used as a solo procedure or combined with cataract surgery in an NHS setting

J. Almendral-Gómez, S. Aguilar-Munoa, A. Corrales-Benitez, C. Valor-Suarez, J. Garcia-Bella SPAIN Bilateral granulomatous hypertensive anterior uveitis associated with prolonged treatment with brinzolamide/ brimonidine fixed combination M. Alnawaiseh, V. Mueller, L. Lahme, R. Merte, N. Eter GERMANY Changes in optic nerve and macular perfusion after iStent insertion in combination with phacoemulsification in patients with open-angle glaucoma: an optical coherence tomography angiography study R. Altafini ITALY Contemporary bilateral acute primary angle-closure glaucoma: a case report C. Altan, B. Duman, B. Basarir, I. Pasaoglu, B. Satana, T. Yasar, M. Taskapili TURKEY The efficacy of selective laser trabeculoplasty after trabeculectomy in open-angle glaucoma R. Ang PHILIPPINES Prospective randomised phase 2 study evaluating the safety and efficacy of travoprost intraocular implants A. Arora, D. Wang, S. Nazarali, L. Sawatzky, M. Schlenker, I. Ahmed, P. Gooi CANADA Retrospective comparison of surgical outcomes between gonioscopy-assisted transluminal trabeculotomy (GATT) and iStent L. Au UK 1, 2, and 3 year results for standalone MIGS surgery in openangle glaucoma with the Hydrus® Microstent from the global SPECTRUM registry B. Babayeva, E. Kasimov, L. Bilandarli, J. Gasanov AZERBAIJAN Phacocanaloplasty: advanced study T. Badran, R. El Shereif, M. Galal, M. El Bahrawy EGYPT Comparison between corrected intraocular pressure using contact vs non-contact methods in glaucoma patients D. Bakas, A. Anyfantis, V. Kolokoutsas GREECE Comparison of Goldmann applanation tonometry and noncontact tonometry J. Batlle Pichardo, R. Alburquerque DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Clinical comparison of combined phaco trabeculectomy with trabeculectomy in the treatment of primary open-angle glaucoma J. Batlle Pichardo DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Novel technique to identify Schlemm’s canal by staining with trypan blue for ab interno procedures K. Belkhadir, N. Boutimzine, A. Amazouzi, M. Laghmari, S. Tachfouti, R. Daoudi, O. Cherkaoui MOROCCO Predictive factors for glaucoma during Behçet’s disease J. Benitez-del-Castillo, D. Morillo-Rojas, A. Soto-Guerrero, I. Mota-Chozas SPAIN Long-term efficacy of Tafluprost UD: three case reports M. Berlin, M. Agam, G. Shan, M. Toeteberg-Harms, L. Kleineberg, V. Roka, U. Giers USA Excimer laser trabeculostomy (ELT), a laser-based MIGS procedure with no implants: enables consistent intraocular pressure-lowering in glaucoma patients over 12 years, both stand-alone and combined with phacoemulsification C. Bonzano, C. Cutolo, C. Traverso ITALY Predictors of endothelial cell loss after phacoemulsification for primary angle-closure

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E-POSTERS I. Bubnova, M. Budzinskaya, A. Kurguzova RUSSIA Intravitreal injection is a biomechanical model for evaluation of glaucoma pathophysiology

M. Galal, H. Khairy, A. Sherif EGYPT Efficiency of Heidelberg Edge Perimeter vs Humphrey visual field analyser in detection of glaucomatous visual field changes

F. Campana ITALY Dislocation of a XEN glaucoma implant into the anterior chamber: a case report

M. Gallardo USA Efficacy of standalone and combined phacoemulsification/abinterno canaloplasty (ABiC) in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG)

N. Canali, L. Tonti, S. Moreni, V. Miglio ITALY Anterior chamber volume and camerular angle width variation after phaco and IOL in glaucomatous eye A. Carceller Guillamet SPAIN Long-term IOP control with one, two, or three trabecular microbypass stents for OAG: 54 month outcomes H. Chan, I. Yusuf, J. Jolly, G. Ratnarajan, J. Salmon UK Microperimetry and optical coherence tomography imaging in the fellow eye of patients with unilateral focal ischemic glaucoma A. Chew, S. Li Fong, S. Chu, V. Barathi, N. Lwin, T. Wong SINGAPORE Effect of peripheral iridectomy in aqueous humor transforming growth factor beta and vascular endothelial growth factor A levels in rabbit eyes I. Conrad-Hengerer, G. Auffarth GERMANY Single surgeon experience with second generation trabecular micro-bypass stents: long-term outcomes following implantation in patients with open-angle glaucoma C. Cutolo, C. De Moraes, J. Liebmann, K. Mansouri, C. Traverso, R. Ritch ITALY The effect of therapeutic IOP-lowering interventions on the twenty-four hour ocular dimensional profile recorded with a sensing contact lens M. Dhar, S. Sreedharan, N. Daniel INDIA Analysis of low ocular perfusion pressure in South Indian population: a risk factor for glaucoma progression, independent of intraocular pressure in glaucoma population S. Dorairaj USA Goniotomy via trabecular meshwork excision performed with Kahook Dual Blade combined with phacoemulsification and goniosynechialysis for angle-closure glaucoma: 12 month results M. Elashri, D. Sobeih, A. Alhessy, M. Abdel-Kader, A. Moawad, H. El-Sorogy EGYPT Phacoemulsification vs phacotrabeculectomy in management of primary angle-closure glaucoma I. Elhawary SAUDI ARABIA Long-term efficacy of repeated selective laser trabeculoplasty H. Elsaied, S. Galal, S. Esmat, M. Khafagy EGYPT Correlation between glaucoma and choroidal thickness measurement using enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography H. Elsaied, A. Noor Eldin, M. Khafagy, P. Fouad EGYPT Diagnostic parameters of glaucoma in high myopia A. Fea, A. Bron, M. Economou, G. Laffi, E. Martini, F. Oddone ITALY XEN45: a real-world multicenter one year analysis S. Fili, I. Vastardis, S. Seddig, Z. Gatsioufas, M. Kohlhaas GERMANY Long-term results after trabeculectomy combined with mitomycin C and Ologen-implant S. Fili, I. Vastardis, E. Papadopoulou, Z. Gatsioufas, M. Kohlhaas GERMANY One year results after CyPass implantation combined with cataract surgery

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A. Ganguly INDIA A prospective analysis of Pentacam parameters pre and post YAG PI in PACS eyes J. Garcia-Feijoo, H. Höh, R. Uzunov, J. Dickerson Jr. SPAIN Supraciliary micro-stent in refractory open-angle glaucoma: two year outcomes from the DUETTE trial S. Georgiev, S. Palkovits, C. Leisser, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA Reproducibility of MP3 microperimetry in open-angle glaucoma patients N. Gineva, B. Ivanovska-Adjievska, B. Salih MACEDONIA Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation in primary congenital glaucoma: postoperative results O. Goncharenko, S. Sakhnov, A. Martsinkevich RUSSIA Selecting the way of the IOP normalisation in patients after an acute attack of angle-closure glaucoma I. Grabska-Liberek, J. Majszyk-Ionescu, A. Skowyra, M. Rogowska, A. Plichta, P. Duda, I. Kane POLAND OMNI 360™ in open-angle glaucoma treatment: a 6 month follow-up M. Grieshaber, A. Pienaar, R. Stegmann SWITZERLAND Two surgical approaches to Schlemm’s canal for canaloplasty with expander: an intra-individual comparison A. Grise-Dulac, P. Nguyen, J. Laloum, M. Duong, E. Orng, I. Cochereau, D. Gatinel FRANCE XEN implant gel: clinical results and learning curve about our first 100 cases K. Gundersen NORWAY Initial clinical results after implantation of 2nd generation trabecular micro-bypass stents in a combined cataract and glaucoma procedure C. Ham, S. Heng CAMBODIA Trabeculectomy outcome in 56 eyes of primary open-angle glaucoma at Takeo Eye Hospital from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2016 M. Hamza, H. Mukherjee UK Effect of IOP pre and post KDB procedure along with cataract extraction in open-angle and angle-closure glaucoma: head-tohead, a 6 month analysis A. Hervas Ontiveros, S. Garcia-Delpech, R. Diaz Cespedes, P. Udaondo, E. Sanz, A. Navarro, D. Salom SPAIN Analysis of optic nerve perfusion using angio-OCT in glaucoma R. Husain, D. Tan, J. Lai, N. Kitnarong, M. Nongpiur, S. Lim, T. Aung SINGAPORE A randomised controlled study comparing phacoemulsification alone vs phacoemulsification with goniosynechialysis in patients with primary angle-closure disease M. Iliescu, O. Moraru, C. Moraru ROMANIA Glaucoma and corneal transplant in pseudophakic patients: two connected entities in anterior segment complex surgical pathology – personal review


L. Jozic, J. Magner, J. Funk, M. Toeteberg-Harms GERMANY IOP-lowering efficacy of combined phacoemulsification cataract extraction with intraocular lens implantation plus excimer laser trabeculotomy vs plus ab interno trabeculectomy with the Trabectome® A. Jünemann GERMANY Treatment with standalone implantation of two trabecular micro-bypass stents combined with topical prostaglandin in OAG on two preoperative medications: 5 year outcomes P. Kagathra, O. Aribaba, K. Alabi INDIA Hooding of the flap-modified Cairn’s trabeculectomy: a new approach for resilient POAG in Nigeria C. Kalamkar, A. Mukherjee INDIA MRI evaluation of Ahmed glaucoma valve bleb and correlation to intraocular pressure in neovascular glaucoma E. Kanonidou, A. Papazacharia, Z. Tegou, S. Moutzouri, G. Karagiannidis-Stampoulis GREECE Glaucoma vision screening: the significance of an organised intervention for the prevention and early management of a disease with a high morbidity index under the framework of the Greek NHS Z. Kapsala, D. Pagoulatos, C. Georgakopoulos GREECE Intraocular pressure change after phacoemulsification in eyes with open-angle glaucoma under latanoprost monotherapy Z. Kataeva RUSSIA Preliminary results of microinvasive non-penetrating deep sclerotomy with injectable cross-linked hyaluronic acid implant and its combination with Mitomycin C M. Khaimi USA Efficacy and safety of ABiC in primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) over a 24 month period Z. Khatib, V. Shetty, S. Haldipurkar, P. Sankhe INDIA Study to evaluate the effectiveness of high frequency deep sclerotomy (HFDS) in treatment of primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) D. Kishore, K. Singh, M. Bhattacharyya, S. Kumar, N. Gotmare, A. Joon, H. Agarwal INDIA Conjunctival frill/SMILE incision trabeculectomy vs conventional flap surgery N. Koerber, S. Ondrejka GERMANY Ab-interno canaloplasty for the treatment of glaucoma: a case series study N. Koerber, S. Ondrejka GERMANY Safety and efficacy of ab-interno microcatheterization and viscodilation of Schlemm’s canal with the VISCO360 system in combination with cataract surgery for patients with mild-tomoderate primary open-angle glaucoma

C. Lee, J. Shin SOUTH KOREA Quantitative visual tests with primary open-angle glaucoma patients according to three different lights M. Lee, S. Rho, M. Lee, C. Lee SOUTH KOREA Differences in lifestyle and health status among glaucoma suspect and open-angle glaucoma M. Lenzhofer, C. Strohmaier, M. Hohensinn, M. Gerner, V. Steiner, K. Motloch, H. Reitsamer AUSTRIA Visual acuity change after minimally invasive transscleral glaucoma gel microstent implanation with adjunctive mitomycin C E. Liang USA Evaluation of MIGS with trabecular micro-bypass stents during cataract surgery in one of the largest cohort of singlesurgeon reports S. Lim UK 24 month results from a prospective multicenter randomised study of a Schlemm’s canal microstent for reduction of IOP in primary open-angle glaucoma: The HORIZON Trial I. Lopes-Cardoso, R. Laiginhas, R. Geraldes, M. Amorim PORTUGAL Canaloplasty astigmatism changes: a long-term vectorial analysis M. Mahdy, M. Eid EGYPT Outcome of trabeculectomy with MMC and both releasable/ adjustable suture in management of advanced glaucoma M. Mahdy EGYPT Trabeculectomy with Ologen implant in cases of previously failed glaucoma surgery M. Malgapu, C. Guzman PHILIPPINES Structure-function correlation of juxtapapillary choroidal thickness with visual field analysis of patients suspected with glaucoma K. Mansouri, L. Salinas, A. Chaudhary, S. Dorairaj, J. Berdahl, G. Lazcano-Gomez, L. Seibold SWITZERLAND Goniotomy with trabecular meshwork excision using the Kahook dual blade in severe and refractory glaucoma: six month outcomes K. Mansouri, J. Guidotti, H. Rao, A. Ouabas, A. Mermoud SWITZERLAND Prospective evaluation of XEN gel implant in eyes with pseudoexfoliative glaucoma V. Melnyk UKRAINE Combined phacoemulsification with modified tunnel trabeculopuncture in patients with open-angle glaucoma: six years of follow-up A. Moreno Valladares, N. Puerto Amoros, F. Gonzalez Lopez, M. Berlin SPAIN Excimer laser trabeculostomy (ELT): initial results in Spain

V. Kumar, G. Dushina, M. Frolov, A. Shradqa, A. Bezzabotnov RUSSIA Three generations of stainless steel spiral Schlemm’s canal expanders in management of open-angle glaucoma: comparative results through two years

N. Moura-Coelho, D. Hipolito Fernandes, S. Crisostomo, A. Basilio, M. Dutra-Medeiros, M. Sa Cardoso, T. Gomes PORTUGAL Comparison of 1 year outcomes of XEN implantation alone vs combined phacoemulsification-XEN surgery

T. Lalias, E. Kanonidou, G. Karagiannidis-Stampoulis GREECE Acute glaucoma combined with herpes zoster ophthalmicus (HZO) in a patient with anterior chamber intraocular lens

S. Muez AFGHANISTAN MIGS therapeutic success of combined XEN Gel stent implantation with cataract surgery

S. Lane, A. Relucio, F. Lum USA ENCOMPASS: a non-interventional study of data extracted from an EHR-based registry to assess long-term outcomes of a supraciliary micro-stent

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E-POSTERS A. Mukherjee, C. Kalamkar INDIA New surgical technique of combined Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation with trabeculectomy to reduce risk of hypertensive phase: double flap method Z. Nagy, K. Kranitz, M. Bausz HUNGARY Preliminary results of CO2 laser-assisted sclerectomy surgery (CLASS) for open-angle glaucoma treatment in Hungary I. Novytskyy, M. Novytskyy UKRAINE Trabeculae ablation ab interno after failed glaucoma surgery: long-term results D. Pagoulatos, Z. Kapsala, O. Makri, C. Georgakopoulos GREECE Complications of combined cataract and glaucoma surgery A. Papazacharia, Z. Tegou, G. Karagiannidis-Stampoulis, S. Bournoutou, S. Moutzouri, E. Kanonidou GREECE Glaucoma and patient adherence: does doctor-patient communication affect patientsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; outcomes? U. Pastukh, K. Mungieva, I. Pastukh, N. Goncharova UKRAINE 10 year follow-up of patient with glaucoma: case report D. Patel USA Goniotomy with endocyclophotocoagulation (GoECP) to treat failed canaloplasty M. Pavel, A. Nagar, M. Nagar UK Intraocular pressure reduction after combined phacoemulsification and iStent Inject in phakic eyes and standalone iStent Inject in pseudophakic eyes: preliminary results K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, A. Tsygankov, G. Solovyeva, L. Batalina, E. Gurmizov, V. Kashnikov RUSSIA Non-penetrating deep sclerectomy with EX-PRESS R-50 drainage implantation in glaucoma surgical treatment M. Pomorska, O. Fuchs, R. Krecichwost, M. Misiuk-Hojlo POLAND Glaucoma in eyes after radial keratotomy: case report R. Prajapati, L. Au UK Effectiveness of intraluminal stent removal in Baerveldt tube surgery M. Quiroz Quiroga, A. Matheu, J. Armentia, R. Falah, N. Najjari, C. Pueyo, O. Pujol SPAIN Glaucoma surgery and blurred vision: an unseen complication S. Raj, S. Pandav, S. Kaushik, M. Kaur INDIA Efficacy of selective laser trabeculoplasty as a modality in reduction of intraocular pressure in inadequately controlled post laser iridotomy primary angle-closure disease S. Raj, P. Savla, N. Gautam, S. Pandav, S. Kaushik INDIA Predictors of adverse outcome in advanced glaucoma P. Raman MALAYSIA Role of visual reliability indices in detecting glaucoma progression M. Rau GERMANY Supracilliary microstent implantation with cataract surgery in patients with open-angle glaucoma: five year experience S. Rho, M. Lee, M. Lee, C. Lee SOUTH KOREA Caveats of collagen application on glaucoma S. Sabeti, S. Han, G. Miller, R. Chevrier, D. Marshall, R. Buhrmann CANADA Evaluation of an ab-interno subconjunctival drainage device in the management of glaucoma: nine month results

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R. Samy Allam EGYPT Amniotic membrane transplantation for the management of conjunctival retraction during bleb revision: one year follow-up T. Sato, T. Kawaji, T. Mizoguchi, A. Hirata JAPAN 360-degree suture trabeculotomy ab interno to treat openangle glaucoma: 2 year outcomes I. Shargorodska, S. Rykov, L. Denisyuk, N. Nikolaichuk UKRAINE Quantitative analysis of vitality of retinal ganglion cells in experimental low-pressure glaucoma in rats: the effect of polarised light therapy A. Sidorova, A. Starostina RUSSIA Laser reconstruction of a zone of non-penetrating deep sclerectomy with its blockade of the root of the iris F. Sousa Neves, J. Braga, D. Meira, J. Sequeira, R. Varandas PORTUGAL Argon laser peripheral iridoplasty for bilateral acute angleclosure secondary to topiramate-induced uveal effusion R. Spinetta, T. Rolle, E. Malgieri, R. Carroll, A. Kolomeyer, R. Nuzzi, A. Fea ITALY Analysis of corneal endothelium and corneal densitometry in primary open-angle glaucoma, pseudoexfoliation glaucoma, and myopic and diabetic glaucomatous patients G. Tang, G. Tang, H. Zhang, F. Li, X. Yan, L. Ma, Y. Geng CHINA Effects of CO2 laser-assisted deep sclerectomy surgery for primary open-angle glaucoma F. Teixeira, P. Jose, D. Sousa, I. Leal, C. Marques-Neves, L. Pinto PORTUGAL Manual vs automated gonioscopy: a comparison pilot study M. TĂśteberg-Harms SWITZERLAND IOP and medication reduction after microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) with second-generation trabecular microbypass stents in subjects with open-angle glaucoma on one preoperative medication: 42 month outcomes A. Usman, L. Marchenko, T. Katchan BELARUS Correlations between macular vessel density and macular thickness in early stage primary open-angle glaucoma J. Vassallo, O. Ajewole, E. Asajile, F. Carbonaro UK Outcomes of the Ahmed FP7 valve in a small single-surgeon series with one year follow-up I. Vastardis, S. Fili, Z. Gatsioufas, M. Kohlhaas GERMANY Long-term results after canaloplasty S. Vold USA 5 year follow-up outcomes of a prospective study of two trabecular micro-bypass stents vs prostaglandin in newly diagnosed open-angle glaucoma E. Vural, A. Celebi TURKEY Assesment of anterior segment parameters in patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome and glaucoma after pharmacological dilatation D. Wang, A. Arora, S. Nazarali, S. Cote, M. Schlenker, B. Ford, P. Gooi CANADA A hemispheric approach to gonioscopy-assisted transluminal trabeculotomy (GATT) A. Wassef, K. Mansour, S. Essmat, H. Magdy EGYPT Different modalities in assessment of intraocular pressure after penetrating keratoplasty: a comparative study O. Zavoloka, P. Bezditko, Y. Iliuna UKRAINE Corneal neurotrophical state after non-penetrating deep sclerectomy among patients with glaucoma and diabetes


Imaging Anterior Segment S. Aliyeva AZERBAIJAN Evaluation of anterior segment parameters with the rotating Scheimpflug camera in patients one day and one week after photorefractive keratectomy S. Amir-Asgari, K. Kefer, J. Hienert, B. Doller, C. Pillwachs, N. Hirnschall, O. Findl AUSTRIA First clinical experience with a new swept-source: optical coherence tomography cataract and refractive imaging platform S. Awwad, C. Mehanna, R. Chalhoub, A. Salloum, M. Yehyia LEBANON Repeatability of field average vs single point measurements of maximal corneal curvature in keratoconus using a dual Scheimpflug-placido topography system H. Bayhan, S. Aslan Bayhan, B. Kucuk TURKEY Evaluation of tear osmolarity and meibography in patients having cataract surgery A. Belkaid Benomar, E. Segovia Maldonado, M. Quiroz Quiroga, N. Najjari Jamal, J. Armentia Perez de Mendiola SPAIN Applications of anterior segment optical coherence tomography in the management of corneal abscess by Pseudomonas aeruginosa H. Ben Amor, S. Khochtali, A. Bouabana, N. Abroug, B. Jelliti, S. Zaouali, M. Khairallah TUNISIA Endothelial changes, corneal thickness, and anterior chamber flare following Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy B. Bostanci Ceran, A. Karatepe Hashas, H. Arifoglu, E. Tasindi TURKEY How are tear meniscus parameters and dry eye tests affected by continuous digital screen use? A. Cantagalli ITALY Tilt and decentration values of the natural crystalline lens and the IOL before and after surgery, using second generation AS-OCT (Casia 2): 60 eyes operated by FLACS with the same one piece IOL hydrophobic platform (J&J) C. Elhardt, C. Wertheimer, H. Leung, G. Sharma, K. Singh, R. Birngruber, G. Tearney USA Corneal nerves in micro optical coherence tomography F. Faria Correia, S. Ribeiro, T. Monteiro, R. Ambrosio PORTUGAL Agreement between the Topolyzer Vario and Oculyzer II for corneal keratometry, asphericity, and Fourier analysis A. Farrag, S. Ummar, N. Al-Harthy UK First reported Scheimpflug image of a case of superior pellucid marginal corneal degeneration (PMCD) E. Friedmann, S. Doersam, L. Kuppel, P. Merz, Q. Wang, G. Auffarth GERMANY Computer programmes for the detection of IOL stiffness and stability in cataract surgery K. Gumus, D. Gulmez Sevim, M. Unlu TURKEY Sirius meibography: easy and effective method K. Hawa, N. Abraham, M. Puech FRANCE Crystalline lens analysis with anterior segment swept-source OCT Casia2 (Tomey) S. Huseynli, E. Kasimov, F. Abdulaliyeva AZERBAIJAN The tomographic and topometric properties of subclinical keratoconus eyes with different clinical presentation of progression

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E-POSTERS M. Kharrat, E. Bouayed, I. Elleuch, W. Zbiba TUNISIA Evaluation of the wound-healing changes in clear corneal cataract incision by OCT: ultrasound phacoemulsification vs nanosecond laser S. Khochtali, S. Sayadi, I. Ksiaa, M. Khairallah, S. Zaouali, B. Jelliti, M. Khairallah TUNISIA Endothelial changes, corneal thickness, and anterior chamber flare following Nd:YAG laser iridotomy I. Ksiaa, N. Abroug, A. Mahmoud, H. Ben Amor, R. Messaoud, S. Khochtali, M. Khairallah TUNISIA Swept-source anterior segment OCT findings in iridocorneal endothelial syndrome P. Pinyoseth, C. Chirapapaisan, S. Srivannaboon, M. Uiprasertkul THAILAND Detection of acanthamoeba in contact lens-related polymicrobial keratitis using in vivo confocal microscopy V. Reci, H. Duma MACEDONIA Evaluation of anterior segment parameters and ocular axial length using optical biometry in cataract surgery patients in Macedonia M. Zemba, A. Stamate ROMANIA Unusual anterior segment cases elucidated by ultrasound biomicroscopy

Keratorefractive Surgery Outcomes: Myopia A. Adenwala, R. Shah INDIA Treatment of difficult lenticular extraction during learning curve of small incision lenticule extraction J. Alió, A. Plaza-Puche, M. Canto, P. Yebana, D. Ribera, J. Alió del Barrio, M. Balgos SPAIN Ocular optical quality after small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) surgery to correct myopia M. Galal, A. Ellakwa, R. Ashor EGYPT Corneal wavefront-guided vs aberration-free transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy in myopic patients with high pre-existing corneal higher order aberrations K. Giannopoulou, V. Liarakos, G. Karastatiras, N. Kappos, E. Kiskira, I. Tzavella GREECE Post-photorefractive keratectomy corneal astigmatism induced by mechanical eye rubbing Ł. Kołodziejski, I. Grabska-Liberek POLAND Outcomes of SmartSurf technology in myopia A. Kovalov, O. Averyanova UKRAINE Results of refractive surgery after many years of orthokeratology (Ortho-K) treatment: myopia control followed by LASIK – is the game worth the candle? T. Manoilo, G. Parkhomenko, M. Bilyy UKRAINE Results of topography-guided treatment (Contoura®) of myopia and myopic astigmatism J. Ortiz Cazal, S. Santamaria, I. Claramunt SPAIN Accuracy and precision of LASIK flap thickness using the IntraLase femtosecond laser A. Rashed EGYPT Anterior segment OCT changes following transepithelial PRK vs conventional PRK for myopic patents

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E-POSTERS N. Shakeeb, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Correlation of eyes which underwent SMILE Xtra (small Incision refractive lenticule extraction with collagen cross-linking) with newer biomechanical indices

Z. Hassan, J. Hassan, L. Modis, G. Nemeth HUNGARY Our experiences using the Nidek Navex Quest excimer laser final fit management program gained with the OPD Scan III for customised refractive treatments of astigmatic patients

A. Titov, S. Golovatenko RUSSIA Evaluation of efficacy and stability of ReLEx SMILE and LASIK in correction of myopia and myopic astigmatism

S. Holland, D. Lin, M. Al Obthani, S. Arba Mosquera, K. Termote CANADA PRK might be better for extreme myopia than LASIK

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

H. Kandil EGYPT Comparison of two laser platforms in the treatment of astigmatism N. Khodzabekyan, A. Khandzhyan RUSSIA Galilei G4 scheimpflug analysis of corneal anatomical and optical parameters after refractive corneal surgery

Keratorefractive Surgery Outcomes: Presbyopia

O. Kim KAZAKHSTAN Femtosecond penetrating keratoplasty in keratoconus

E. Eskina, V. Parshina, O. Kukleva, A. Davydova RUSSIA Correcting presbyopia using bi-aspheric multifocal ablation profile: 4 year follow-up

A. Kopylov, A. Doga, A. Karimova RUSSIA Myopia correction by FemtoLASIK using optimised excimer laser ablation algorithm on ‘Microscan Visum’ platform

G. Landim, A. Almeida, A. Bittencourt, A. Pereira, R. Leda, E. Feijo BRAZIL Vision improvement and satisfaction of patients after advanced monovision refractive surgery

D. Lin, S. Holland, M. Al Obthani, S. Arba Mosquera, J. Hodgen CANADA Immediate visual recovery after photorefractive keratectomy with new laser beam profile

Laser Refractive Surgery (Lasers/LASIK/LASEK/Epi-LASIK) M. Ang, M. Farook, H. Htoon, J. Mehta SINGAPORE Randomised controlled trial comparing small incision lenticule extraction vs laser in-situ keratomileusis: one year refractive outcomes M. Ayoubi, J. Masood, S. Nowak UK Vertical gas breakthrough in epithelial folds during LASIK treatment M. Cabanas, M. Romero, A. Martinez Borrego SPAIN Wavefront-guided treatments in irregular astigmatism after myopic LASIK surgery J. Campello Lluch, R. Perez-Camprodi SPAIN Wavefront-guided photorefractive keratectomy using a highresolution aberrometer to treat irregular astigmatism after pseudomona infection V. Derhartunian, P. Jirak AUSTRIA 12 month results of single step transepithelial PRK (TransPRK) with smart surface technology (SST) P. Drake, P. Canadas, G. Laucirica, A. Rodero, I. Rodriguez-Perez, J. Paz, A. Katsanos SPAIN Effect of laser-assisted subepithelial keratectomy with mitomycin C on corneal optical density measured with confocal microscopy G. Garrido Ceca, J. Gonzalez Guijarro SPAIN Outcomes of laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis for hyperopia centered on corneal vertex or pupil H. Hasani IRAN Transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy in treatment of hyperopia

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D. Mathur, N. Shroff, R. Dutta, R. Shroff INDIA Assessment of the prevalence and severity of dry eye in patients with myopia undergoing evaluation for laser in situ keratomileusis K. Mehta, C. Mehta INDIA Small-incision lenticule extraction vs femtosecond laser-assisted laser in situ keratomileusis for myopia: visual results and predictability M. Mirishova, E. Qasimov AZERBAIJAN Application of FemtoLASIK method for correction of residual refractive errors after cataract surgery L. Mosca, U. De Vico, L. Guccione, M. Toro, O. Caporossi, G. Gambini, A. Caporossi ITALY Corneal refractive surgery to treat refractive errors in adult amblyopic eyes O. Napylova, L. Ramazanova, E. Yazykova, R. Shamratov, K. Protasova, E. Pavlova, R. Alieva RUSSIA Topo-guided LASIK for correction of complex myopic astigmatism in combination with refractive amblyopia and asthenopic syndrome: clinical case S. Pieh, G. Schmidinger, C. Skorpik AUSTRIA Correction of corneal irregularities with two different excimer laser systems Y. Primitasari INDONESIA The outcome of transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy (Trans-PRK) in LASIK centre, Surabaya Y. Primitasari, G. Suhendro INDONESIA Transepithelial photorefractive keratectomy (Trans-PRK): a promising outcome in myopic thin cornea patients N. Quesnel, C. Ferremi, F. Roy, G. Louis, R. Sandroussy, M. Boileau, C. Lahaie CANADA Comparison of subjective patient satisfaction following LASIK for myopia in two groups of patients: a single treatment group and a retreatment group


M. Quiroz Quiroga, E. Segovia, R. Falah, O. Pujol, N. Najjari, A. Matheu, J. Armentia SPAIN Late-onset diffuse lamellar keratitis 12 years after laser in situ keratomileusis T. Rahayu, A. Pertiwi INDONESIA Efficacy and safety of LASIK Xtra procedure in Jakarta Eye Center (JEC) Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia M. Sucu, G. Demir, Y. Yildirim, M. Arici, A. Demirok TURKEY The long-term assessment of visual and refractive outcome of laser in situ keratomileusis for hyperopia using the Amaris 750S® excimer laser

S. Baghrizabehi SLOVENIA Amblyopia plasticity Ö. Balta TURKEY Effect of a hyaluronate-trehalose solution on ocular comfort and tear film instability after cataract surgery N. Borah, A. Bhuyan INDIA Preoperative intravitreal bevacizumab for diabetic macular edema C. Danca, M. Chihaia, A. Teclici, E. Jigau, C. Costea ROMANIA Trichotillomania, compulsive eyelid picking, and corneal leucoma in an old female patient

S. Taneri, S. Kiessler, A. Rost, T. Schultz, H. Dick GERMANY Comparison of Epi-Bowman keratectomy with alcohol-assisted PRK

D. Dursun Altinors, L. Asena TURKEY Management of astigmatism after penetrating keratoplasty

D. Verma, M. Solanki, S. Jahan, L. Ayla INDIA Positive hydro pressure technique to clean LASIK interface

A. Edo, Y. Harada, Y. Kiuchi JAPAN Usefulness of B-scan ocular ultrasound image for diagnosis of optic perineuritis

Miscellaneous N. Abdelhaliem, A. Alsmman EGYPT The possible effect of topical latanoprost on rabbit eye lashes: histological and ultra-structural study N. Abroug, M. Lahdhiri, I. Ksiaa, S. Aroui, J. Nemria, S. Attia, M. Khairallah TUNISIA Cataract and lasting mydriasis following scleral bee sting

N. El Zalitni LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA The efficacy of topical tacrolimus ointment 0.03% as monotherapy for treatment of severe cases of vernal keratoconjunctivitis A. Elhusseiny, M. El Shazly, M. El-Helw, R. El Sheikh, O. El Zawahry EGYPT Correlation between central corneal thickness, axial length, K-readings, and anterior chamber depth in adult Egyptian population

H. Alfaleh SAUDI ARABIA Recurrence of conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia after treatment with topical mitomycin C 0.04%

R. Esteves Marques, F. Teixeira, J. Pinto, A. Quintas, P. Guerra, W. Rodrigues PORTUGAL A severe case of Salzmann’s nodular degeneration following trachoma: a two-step surgical approach

A. Alhemidan, H. Alshalaan SAUDI ARABIA Congenital oculomotor apraxia case reports and literature review

J. Feorster, T. Herbst GERMANY 8 year patient survey: a basis for continuously growing patient satisfaction

S. Al-Khalifa, S. Ayachit, A. Almoosa, R. Rumyassa, A. Aziz BAHRAIN Primary antiphospholipid syndrome: the cause of retinal vein occlusion and choroidal neovascular membrane formation in young healthy individuals

M. Fioretto, A. Grosso, A. Colonna, M. Orione, W. Sannita ITALY Scleral patching in scleromalacia

M. Alsamnan, H. Al-Ghadeer, M. Al-Amery, R. Khandekar, S. Al-Dosari, M. Talea, D. Edward SAUDI ARABIA Impact assessment of ocular emergency triage system at King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital L. Asena, D. Dursun Altinors TURKEY Anxiety, depression, and fatigue in non-Sjögren’s syndrome dry eye patients I. Aslanides, A. Zafar, V. Selimis GREECE Temporary epithelial substitute: answer for pain relief in postsurface laser ablations and corneal epithelial defect patients A. Assylbekova KAZAKHSTAN Determination of the leakage point using spectral optical coherence tomography in central serous chorioretinopathy S. Ayachit, A. Al Moosa, A. Asal BAHRAIN Effect of macular stimulation exercise with three primary colors in amblyopic children A. Ayati, A. Pakmehr, S. Mirshahvalad, A. Moradi, F. Noorizadeh, A. Shojaee Baghini IRAN Comparison of the accuracy of intraocular lens (IOL) formulas regarding refractive errors in patient candidates for cataract surgery

G. Garces Monsalve, G. Garces Monsalve, M. Ordonez Lozano, P. Mazagatos Used, I. Mustafin, D. Fuentes Ventura, M. Rojas Lozano SPAIN A rare case of spontaneous unilateral posterior lens dislocation not associated with ocular and systemic disease O. Giasin, O. Fydanaki, K. Vahdani, D. Mikropoulos, M. Muhtaseb UK The safety and efficacy of a tele-clinic in ophthalmic emergencies G. Gudauskiene, I. Matuleviciute, R. Sakiene, E. Maciulaityte, D. Zaliuniene LITHUANIA Correlation between changes in subfoveal choroidal thickness and ocular blood flow after uneventful cataract surgery I. Ismaili, G. Sdr MACEDONIA Prevention of visual loss in diabetic retinopathy M. Karafyloglou, F. Akritidou, D. Karamanis, P. Brazitikos GREECE Diabetic retinopathy and gestational diabetes: a prospective observational study M. Mathen INDIA Laser spectroscopic study on getting best results with trypan blue dye staining of anterior lens capsule

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E-POSTERS I. Matias, P. Gomes, S. Diniz, P. Neves, M. Ornelas, D. Martins PORTUGAL Combined artificial iris-intraocular lens implantation in traumatic aphakia-aniridia

R. Verma INDIA Visual field index (VFI) and diabetic retinopathy: a novel approach to study the loss of retinal sensitivity in diabetic retinopathy

I. Medvedev, N. Dergacheva RUSSIA Clinical-laboratory evaluation of the medicine efficacy based on metronidazole and tar in the treatment of demodectic blepharitis

A. Viteri, D. Pena, D. Galarreta, B. Carrasco, M. Lopez-Galvez, L. Manzanas, J. Herreras SPAIN Influence of diabetes mellitus type 2 on total antioxidant capacity of aqueous humor and antioxidant gene expression in lens epithelium

M. Moutsou UK Management of urgent care service: testing the need of systemic and/or digital records for an integrated ophthalmic service with learning extrapolations S. Moutzouri, E. Kanonidou GREECE Unilateral periorbital edema as preceded symptom of sarcoidosis B. Nazareth Parize Clemente, N. Bahjat Hajj, C. Alberto Pinto, A. Chater Taleb, C. Maria Carossa Veiga Jardim BRAZIL Corneal perforation with vision loss after pterygium exeresis: a case report N. Nielson Niels, A. Helgesen, G. Muus DENMARK IOLs for AMD patients: EyeMax mono – 6 month follow-up M. Nowak, I. Grabska-Liberek, K. Michalska-Malecka, A. Grzybowski, M. Koziol, W. Niemczyk, J. Szaflik POLAND Incidence and characteristics of cataract surgery in Poland during 2010-2015 I. Okolov, I. Panova, O. Aleksandrova, J. Khorolskaya, M. Blinova RUSSIA Influence of various lubricant eye drops on the epithelium cells of the cornea in vitro M. Palamar, B. Yaman, N. Ceylan, N. Ozsan, N. Cetingul TURKEY Intraorbital ectopic lacrimal gland M. Penadés Fons, C. Peris Martinez, J. Artigas Verde, M. Garcia Domene, D. Martinez Martinez SPAIN Transmittance and histology of the layers of the chicken cornea: an animal model to study corneal conditions in humans

H. Zaki, R. Chhabra, S. Mahmood, T. Aslam, Z. Ali UK Exploration of automated image analysis of enhanced-depthimaging optical coherence tomography in patients with central serous chorioretinopathy

Ocular Pathologies H. Akcam TURKEY Neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio in patients with conjunctival pterygium A. Alexa, A. Cantemir, M. Belibou, P. Ginju, C. Nechita, C. Bogdanici, D. Chiselita ROMANIA Tolosa-Hunt syndrome complicated with cavernous sinus thrombosis Z. Arnaudovski, B. Kostovska, K. Shisharica MACEDONIA Idiopathic intracranial hypertension: a series of 6 patients A. Cywinski, D. Ferda Lewinska POLAND A new modification of plastic surgery in congenital coloboma of the iris: a Cywinski manoeuvre S. Dabas, A. Gandhi INDIA Prevalance and risk factors of computer vision syndrome among medical students N. Demirkaya, K. Vasanthananthan, I. van der Meulen, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Implantation of the Artisan pupil occluder: a case series

M. Phylactou, F. Matarazzo, E. Jones UK Indapamide-induced bilateral choroidal effusion in pseudophakic patient: a case report

R. Faisal SUDAN Reversible homonymous hemianopia and omegavyte: a clinical case report of occipital lobe hemorrhage

K. Sriprakash, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Evaluating the accuracy of a new combined telecentric keratometry and swept-source OCT based method to determine IOL power in patients undergoing cataract surgery

L. Frantlová, R. Zugar, P. Seidler Stangova CZECH REPUBLIC Rare combination of genetic eye diseases: fish eye disease, nanophthalmus, and cornea plana

S. Srivastava, S. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, V. Vasavada INDIA Comparison of ocular aberrations and accommodation with a new pyramid wavefront sensor-based aberrometer and a ray tracing aberrometer N. Stoyanova, M. Konareva-Kostianeva, V. Mitkova-Hristova BULGARIA Central corneal thickness according to the activity of thyroidassociated ophthalmopathy and hormonal status of the patients M. Talebnejad, M. Khalili, M. Zare, M. Johari IRAN Supermaximal recession and resection surgery in large-angle strabismus: outcomes of large interventional case series exotropia and esotropia

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M. Ghabra, H. Ghabra UK To evaluate the effect of a novel radial corneal inlay implant (corneal arches) in the keratoconic eye J. Gong, J. Welch UK Asymptomatic persistent corneal endothelial deposits associated with previous rifabutin use M. Ibarz, A. Corroto, R. Aguejas, J. Rodriguez-Prats SPAIN Safety and efficacy of a dermatological intense pulsed light device for the treatment of meibomian gland dysfunction and dry eye syndrome K. Jadidi, F. Nejat, H. Aghamollaei IRAN Effectiveness of intense regulated pulsed light in Iranian patients with meibomian gland dysfunction G. Karastatiras, S. Giannikakis, L. Zografos, S. Chaidoulis, K. Giannopoulou, N. Kappos, V. Liarakos GREECE Decrease of the size of a primary intraocular leiomyoma after cataract extraction


S. Kavuncu TURKEY Risk factors resulting in late diagnosis of symptomatic orbital tumors

Orbis: Treatment or Prevention of Blindness in the Developing World

P. Kiyat, O. Barut Selver, T. Akalin, M. Palamar TURKEY Solitary circumscribed neuroma of the conjunctiva

J. Bhopi INDIA Comparison of phacoemulsification vs manual small incision cataract surgery in free camp patients in private hospital in rural India

S. Krumova, N. Sivkova, D. Koleva, V. Mitkova, N. Stoyanova, V. Stoyanov, A. Atanasov BULGARIA Foster-Kennedy syndrome and Pseudo-Foster-Kennedy syndrome M. Mahabir, N. Shree, N. Pushker INDIA Silicone sling surgery for congenital ptosis: tarsal tunnel technique vs suture fixation V. Menna Barreto, P. Menna Barreto, R. Menna Barreto, R. Morschbacher, R. Bruno, E. Cunha, M. Vilela BRAZIL Rhino-orbital mucormycosis: diagnosis with a 20 diopter lens and smartphone M. Nejabat, M. Ebrahimi, A. Kasaei, A. Roointan, M. Nejabat, M. Dianatpour, M. Talebnejad IRAN The expression of inflammatory-related NFκB genes in patients with pterygium: a case-control study N. Osipova, L. Katargina, E. Denisova, L. Kogoleva, A. Tarasenkov, M. Belova, O. Novikova RUSSIA Possibilities of OCT-angiography in study of pathogenesis, diagnostics, and monitoring the macular telangiectasies in children L. Ramazanova, R. Shamratov, O. Napilova RUSSIA Some results of study of functional statement of the visual analyser in patients with chronic vertebralbasilar insufficiency A. Sarzhevsky, N. Zavgorodnyaya, L. Sarzhevska, E. Ivakhnenko, L. Dovgan UKRAINE Retrolenticular foreign body (an eyelash) after a scleral rupture V. Scorcia, V. De Luca, A. Carnevali ITALY Efficacy and safety comparison of blephapad combo vs standard care for the treatment of bilateral posterior blepharitis E. Seven, S. Tekin, M. Batur, T. Yasar TURKEY Cataract developed after long-term night vision binoculars: a case report Y. Shanti, R. Shehada PALESTINE Prevalence of dry eye disease (DED) and associated risk factors in 16 Northern Palestinian West Bank towns: a cross-sectional study A. Syla Lokaj, B. Rama KOSOVO Crouson syndrome: rare case report F. Tobaigy SAUDI ARABIA Habitual eye rubbing: a novel disease that causes chronic eye irritation Y. Wolde ETHIOPIA Clinical and histopathological characteristics of ocular surface squamous neoplasia: evidence from a tertiary eye care center, Northwest Ethiopia

M. Hajduga POLAND Ophthalmologists for Africa: Polish ophthalmologists on missions R. Hasanova, H. Nigar AZERBAIJAN Vision 2020: right to sight – ocular morbidity patterns among children in school for the blind in Baku, Azerbaijan (0.25 diopter vs 0.50 diopter) B. Kostovska, Z. Arnaudovski, S. Latifi MACEDONIA Children’s vision screening J. Lee, C. Chung, L. See TAIWAN Burden of cataract surgery in Taiwan: a population-based retrospective cohort study A. Mehra, J. Bala, J. Vhatia INDIA Industrial eye industries

Phakic IOLs R. Aguejas, M. Ibarz, A. Corroto, P. Tana SPAIN Toric implantable collamer lens for correction of ametropia and irregular astigmatism in a case of corneal scarring due to pseudomonas aeruginosa bacterial keratitits: case report A. Alsmman, M. Mahmoud Abdellah, I. Moussa Abdelatif, A. Mahmoud Ismail EGYPT Clear lens extraction vs phakic IOL implantation: a prospective study of two procedures in patients with high myopia M. Amro, E. Jarade, W. Chanbour LEBANON Third and fourth generation formulas for intraocular lens power calculation after implantable collamer lens implantation in high myopia B. Armstrong, W. Dupps UAE Intraoperative method for estimating implantable collamer lens vault using the corneal inverted image on intraoperative optical coherence tomography L. Batalina, K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, A. Tsygankov RUSSIA Comparative analysis of phakic intraocular lens implantation for myopia correction P. Bhasin INDIA Safety and visual performance of posterior chamber collamer phakic intraocular lens in low to moderate myopia G. Bianchi ARGENTINA Corneal endothelial safety and intraocular pressure after IPCL implanted without viscoelastic substance M. Bohac, M. Koncarevic, N. Gabric, S. Patel CROATIA Changes in endothelial cell count three years after implantation of toric implantable collamer lens J. Braga, J. Cardoso Costa, F. Neves, A. Ribeiro, T. Pacheco, C. Arede PORTUGAL Corneal endothelial changes after phakic IOL surgery

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E-POSTERS J. Choi, S. Han, K. Lee SOUTH KOREA Clinical outcomes of ICL implantation in high myopic patients with refractive amblyopia

J. Thind, S. Singh INDIA IPCL (Implantable phakic contact lens) results in refractive correction of myopic and hypermetropic eyes

D. Dementiev, A. Shipunova, I. Ivanchikova, V. Veshikova RUSSIA Medennium posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens implantation in high myopic patients: five year results

J. Zhou CHINA Clinical safety after implantation of the phakic implantable collamer lens with a central hole: two year follow-up

S. Elnayef, I. Luengo, L. Almudi SPAIN Phakic lens exchange due to glaucoma development

Q. Zhou, X. Chen CHINA Posterior chamber intraocular lens implantation combined with corneal laser surgery to correct extreme myopia

T. Han, X. Chen, F. Zhao, X. Wang, X. Zhou CHINA Disk halo size after ICL V4c implantation S. Hashemian IRAN Comparison of visual outcomes and complications of posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens with and without a central hole implantation, for correction of high myopia and myopic astigmatism J. Hoyos-Chacon, M. Cigales, J. Hoyos Campillo SPAIN Toric ICL in a 10-year stable keratoconus after corneal cross-linking D. Kazakos UK The clinical practice of phakic IOLs: a single surgeon’s experience O. Kim, M. Suleimenov KAZAKHSTAN Correction of high myopia using phakic IOL B. Kostovska, N. Gabric, Z. Arnaudovski, F. Gilevska, V. Fileva MACEDONIA Visual acuity after phakic lens implantation and LASIK in patients with myopia (moderate-to-high) L. Liu, J. Li CHINA One year outcomes of posterior chamber phakic implantable collamer lens implantation for correction of low-to-moderate myopia F. Marujo, F. Matsumoto, A. Bogar, I. Vieira, J. Ribeiro, F. Hirai, E. Nakano BRAZIL Refractive and safety outcomes, and ocular measurement and vault correlation, in individuals submitted to phakic intraocular collamer lens (ICL) implantation in Federal University of Sao Paulo J. Mikšovská CZECH REPUBLIC Repeated rotation of Visian phakic intraocular lens J. Ortiz Cazal, S. Santamaria, N. Barba SPAIN Outcomes of posterior chamber collagen copolymer phakic intraocular lens with a central hole for moderate-to-high myopia S. Patwardhan, K. Kacha, N. Patwardhan INDIA A new implantable phakic intraocular lens (IPCL): a preliminary report I. Romac Coc, B. Armstrong UAE Comparison of surgically-induced astigmatism after phacoemulsification vs phakic implantable collamer lens implantation Š. Skorkovská, K. Skorkovska, A. Cunderlova, J. Vaverka CZECH REPUBLIC Dynamic changes of ICL vault after myopic phakic lens implantation P. Sun CHINA Clinical observations of implantation of new phakic implantable collamer lens with a central hole (V4c) in treatment of adult amblyopia

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Q. Zhou CHINA Posterior chamber intraocular lens implantation for correction of myopia after excimer laser corneal refractive surgery

Posterior Capsule Opacification S. Kassumeh, A. von Studnitz, A. Hillenmayer, C. Priglinger, S. Priglinger, A. Ohlmann, C. Wertheimer GERMANY Optimising methotrexate and PLGA coated intraocular lenses in PCO prophylaxis S. Shoughy, K. Tabbara SAUDI ARABIA Incidence of posterior capsule opacification following phacoemulsification in patients with uveitis T. Vachtsevanos, G. Malouta, E. Karakosta GREECE The effect of Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy on central macular thickness (CMT) M. Vatansever, E. Dinc, O. Dursun, U. Adiguzel, A. Yilmaz, G. Temel TURKEY The role of OCT signal strength in the diagnosis and follow-up of patients with posterior capsular opacification treated with Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy

Presbyopia J. Alfonso, R. Montes-Mico, L. Fernandez-Vega Sanz SPAIN Visual performance after implantation of a presbyopiacorrecting trifocal intraocular lens A. Almeida, G. Landim, R. Leda, E. Feijo, A. Pereira, A. Bittencourt BRAZIL Refractive changes and asphericity indices in advanced monorefractive surgery: 4 year follow-up M. Davari, G. Karimi, V. Ghorrian IRAN Evaluation of relationship between presbyopia and presbycusis in patients referred to ophthalmology clinic of Vali-e-Asr Hospital in Birjand during 2015-2016 A. Grzybowski, R. Schachar, M. Gaca-Wysocka, I. Schachar, B. Pierscionek POLAND Maximum human objectively measured pilocarpine stimulated accommodative amplitude L. Gualdi, A. Hipsley, S. Shah, R. Ang, M. Jackson, M. Rau, E. Hsiao ITALY Biomechanical changes and improved visual performance after a new presbyopia therapy: laser scleral microporation L. Gualdi, A. Hipsley, S. Shah, R. Ang, M. Jackson, E. Hsiao ITALY New surgical opportunities and clinical applications from advances in ophthalmic laser technology


J. Katz USA Follow-up of patients with scleral implants for the treatment of presbyopia that elect to undergo laser vision correction enhancement V. Lages, L. Malheiro, J. Coelho, D. José, L. Miguel, S. Ramiro, M. Brochado PORTUGAL Comparison of visual outcomes and objective visual quality after implantation of extended-range-of-vision and trifocal intraocular lenses E. Levinger, S. Levinger, O. Trivizki, N. Levinger, I. Barequet, G. Rabina ISRAEL Visual outcome and patient satisfaction following unilateral refractive lens exchange with a multifocal intraocular lens in emmetropic presbyopic patients J. Ma CANADA Postoperative intraocular lens position (pELP), tilt, and internal astigmatism with 3-dimensional swept-source optical coherence tomography (3D-OCT) in laser refractive cataract/ lens surgery (LRCLS) K. Minami, C. Yukawa, T. Kaida, S. Higashi, Y. Mori, K. Miyata JAPAN Presbyopia correction of eyes using multifocal soft contact lenses in patients with monofocal intraocular lenses D. Smadja, J. Lellouche, Y. Harel, M. Krauthammer, R. Ben Yshai, Z. Zalevsky ISRAEL Nanodrops for correcting refractive errors D. Smadja, R. Krueger, A. Rudnitsky, Z. Zalevsky ISRAEL Smart intraocular lens: a new concept of remotely activated presbyopic correction I. Tarib, B. Detlev, S. Abdassalam, M. Gerl, G. Auffarth, F. Kretz GERMANY Mix-and-match approach with a pupil independent, low-adddiffractive, multifocal intraocular lens, and a diffractive trifocal intraocular lens L. Vejarano COLOMBIA Symptomatic control of presbyopia through pharmacological ciliary body stimulation F. Zhang USA Five pearls for pseudophakic monovision

Pseudophakic IOLs: Accommodative J. Alió, V. Vargas, A. Simonov, A. Angelov, M. Rombach SPAIN Is posterior capsule really necessary for pseudophakic accommodation? Outcomes of YAG laser capsulotomy with the Lumina intraocular lens A. Janekova, R. Zugar CZECH REPUBLIC Long term (4 years) clinical experience with accommodative lens Tetraflex HD with 110 eyes on file M. Jang, M. Lee, K. Shin SOUTH KOREA Change of eye dominance after pseudophakic conventional monovision S. Kallel, M. Seminel, M. Borderie, V. Borderie, N. Bouheraoua FRANCE Optimised-power accommodative implants in cataract surgery

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E-POSTERS Pseudophakic IOLs: Enlarged-Depth-of-Focus F. Castignoles, F. Le Guyader FRANCE New EDOF IOL set S. Choi, H. Lee, C. Yoon, M. Kim SOUTH KOREA Prospective clinical trial of unilateral or bilateral implantation of enlarged depth-of-focus intraocular lens in cataract patients with presbyopia E. Dorronzoro Ramirez, P. Conde Llorente, F. Sanchez Carnerero, A. Asorey Garcia, B. Font Aparicio SPAIN AT Lara defocus curve vs Versario 3F A comfort intraocular lenses N. Elghryany, Y. Salah Eldin EGYPT Evaluation of patients after bilateral implantation of extendeddepth-of-focus (EDOF) intraocular lens Y. Eom, Y. Choi, H. Hwang, J. Kim, H. Kim, J. Song, S. Baek SOUTH KOREA Rainbow halos occur less following implantation of extendedrange-of-vision one-piece intraocular lenses than diffractive bifocal intraocular lenses S. Fukuoka, M. Oe, S. Morita, T. Kinoshita, T. Sakurai JAPAN Comparison of visual outcomes after bilateral implantation of an extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens and mixed implantation of an extended-depth-of-focus intraocular lens with a diffractive bifocal intraocular lens Z. Khatib, V. Shetty, S. Haldipurkar INDIA Study to evaluate the effectiveness of an extended-depth-offocus multifocal IOL C. Kranemann, A. Aguayo CANADA Enhanced depth-of-field and micromonovision with IOLs vs LASIK vs trifocal IOLs E. Mrukwa-Kominek, A. Bonczar POLAND Visual outcomes with new extended-range-of-vision intraocular lens Tecnis Symfony implanted in micro-monovision configuration S. Noguchi JAPAN Clinical comparison between Symfony ZXR00V and ZKB00 R. Pérez-Izquierdo, F. Poyales, C. Poyales, N. Garzon SPAIN Refractive outcomes and patient satisfaction with a new extended-depth-of-focus IOL G. Quesada, R. Quesada, K. Waltz EL SALVADOR Early experience in visualisation of the retina with the small-aperture IOL M. Rau GERMANY Optical and functional results of implantation of the small-aperture intraocular lens A. Reddy, G. Macintosh, R. Fyfe, M. Wevill UK Tecnis Symfony IOL in eyes with prior laser refractive surgery: accuracy of IOL power estimation S. Schmickler GERMANY Visual performance of monocular implantation of a smallaperture intraocular lens: long-term follow-up B. Soares, J. Beltz AUSTRALIA Visual outcomes of moderate monovision with monofocal IOLs vs a small-aperture IOL M. Wei AUSTRALIA Visual results of the IC-8 pinhole IOL

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E-POSTERS Pseudophakic IOLs: Monofocal A. Behndig, I. Westborg SWEDEN Treatment of age-related macular degeneration after cataract surgery: a study from the Swedish national cataract and macula registers M. Bolz, E. Becker, M. Piskula, R. Siska, P. Laubichler, J. Wendelstein AUSTRIA Clinical outcomes of a new hydrophilic acrylic intraocular lens with a large optic diameter and cut-out haptics E. Borkenstein, A. Borkenstein AUSTRIA IOL without glistenings and improved quality of vision: bright eyes B. Chung, S. Choi, J. Lee, E. Kim, K. Seo, T. Kim SOUTH KOREA Comparison of objective accommodation in phakic and pseudophakic eyes between age groups H. Ginis, P. Zafirakis, G. Rallatos GREECE Retinal image distortion in the pseudophakic eye D. Holland, F. Ruefer, I. Matthaie, M. Poelz GERMANY One year follow-up of 26 patients in a multicenter study with the Femtis lens (Oculentis, The Netherlands) regarding safety, efficiency, and stability in the capsular bag M. Holzer, S. Laupp, T. Rabsilber GERMANY Clinical evaluation of a new hydrophobic aspheric IOL material with blue light filter Y. Jung, Y. Han, J. Choi SOUTH KOREA A predictability comparison of 4 different IOL power calculation formulas in eyes of long axial length B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, B. Kashyap, N. Gadkar INDIA Comparative analysis of implantation behavior of ozonated and non-ozonated hydrophobic acrylic preloaded IOL injection systems for the initial 100 cases, its long-term effect on glistening and capsular thickening, and its impact on visual function E. Kim, M. Kim, S. Choi, B. Lee, Y. Eom, S. Kang, H. Kim SOUTH KOREA Comparative evaluation of refractive outcomes after implantation of two types of intraocular lenses with different diopter intervals (0.25 diopter vs 0.50 diopter) K. Kim, K. Koh, K. Hwang, Y. Kwon, B. Kim, S. Song SOUTH KOREA Factor analysis of postoperative refractive error in cataract surgery with high myopia V. Kolesnitchenko, A. Pilon USA Validation of defocus tolerance of novel aberration-neutral hydrophobic acrylic monofocal IOL A. Pilon, K. Venkateswaran, N. Tiwari, V. Kolesnitchenko USA In vitro modeling of the impact of off-axis light source on axis image quality with various aspheric hydrophobic acrylic monofocal IOL platforms G. Quesada, R. Quesada, K. Waltz EL SALVADOR First in-man experience with a new hydrophobic monofocal IOL P. Rozot, C. Chong, L. Saidi, Y. Guldenfels FRANCE In vitro comparison of minimal size injection of acrylic hydrophobic intraocular lenses S. Schröder, W. Liu, J. Schrecker, T. Eppig, A. Langenbucher GERMANY Effect of IOL misalignment on the optical performance of customised IOL designs for normal cataractous eyes and eyes with keratoconus T. Schultz, H. Dick GERMANY Long-term follow-up of the light adjustable lens

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F. Spedale ITALY A new IOL generation: finally we can count on a safe/proper/ suitable stability in the bag B. Thajudeen, M. Popiela, G. Yeldham, V. Kumar UK Comparison of visual and refractive outcomes of three different types of toric IOLs for correction of higher degrees of astigmatism H. Uy, P. Chan PHILIPPINES Clinical outcomes of a novel, anterior capsulotomy-based, single-piece, acrylic intraocular lens A. Viljanen FINLAND The new Alcon Clareon® SY60WF A constant optimisation with Verion® image-guided system

Pseudophakic IOLs: Multifocal S. Acar, B. Acar TURKEY Comparison of visual outcomes after bilateral implantation of two trifocal intraocular lenses M. Balgos, I. Cabezos, A. Plaza-Puche, M. Canto, P. Yebana, J. Alió del Barrio, J. Alió SPAIN Analysis of light distortion for pseudophakic patients with monofocal, refractive multifocal, and diffractive multifocal posterior chamber intraocular lenses A. Barsam, E. Kim UK Visual outcomes after implantation of the RayOne trifocal intraocular lens (Rayner) P. Beliakouski BELARUS Clinical results of implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses C. Bernhart, G. Kahraman, M. Amon, G. Mylonas, B. Wetzel AUSTRIA Visual ability in patients with bilateral implanted RayOne® Trifocal RAO603F W. Brezna, N. Plank, K. Lux, N. Dragostinoff, G. Garhofer AUSTRIA Simulated and measured intensities and losses of trifocal IOLs at different wavelengths K. Buusova Smeckova, Z. Smecka, B. Strnadova, A. Kovacikova CZECH REPUBLIC Implantation of toric acrylic hydrophobic trifocal intraocular lenses in patients with a broad range of refractive errors C. Choi, G. Auffarth, H. Son, R. Khoramnia, T. Tandogan SOUTH KOREA Comparative imaging study of premium multifocal diffractive IOLs A. Egorova, A. Vasilyev RUSSIA The analysis of clinical and functional results of senile cataract phacoemulsification with Lentis IOL implantation O. Ermakova, E. Egorova RUSSIA Visual outcomes following implantation of two diffractiverefractive trifocal intraocular lens types T. Ferreira, L. Zabala, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Clinical outcomes of cataract surgery with a new trifocal toric intraocular lens T. Ferreira, L. Zabala, J. Pinheiro, F. Ribeiro PORTUGAL Comparison of the clinical outcomes of two diffractive trifocal intraocular lenses T. Galeev, S. Kuznetsov, R. Galeev RUSSIA New concept of bifocal intraocular optical system (BIOS)


N. Garzón, M. Garcia-Montero, E. Lopez-Artero, C. Albarran-Diego, R. Perez-Cambrodi, I. Illarramendi, F. Poyales SPAIN Changes in angle kappa after diffractive trifocal intraocular lens implantation E. Ghyczy-Carlborg, I. van der Meulen, R. Lapid-Gortzak THE NETHERLANDS Comparing two trifocal intraocular lenses with intermediate foci at 60 and at 80 cm

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E-POSTERS Y. Ota, K. Minami, K. Nakamura, M. Hirasawa, S. Yaguchi, H. Bissenn-Miyajima JAPAN Binocular depth of focus after staged implantation of diffractive multifocal intraocular lenses with different near additional powers K. Pulchartova, L. Valesova CZECH REPUBLIC Explantation of one trifocal lens because of disturbing halo effects and its exchange for a monofocal lens

A. Hamid UK Visual performance following implantation of 4 presbyopiacorrecting IOLs

A. Samir, A. Elsayed, S. Lotfy SAUDI ARABIA Visual outcomes after bilateral implantation of toric trifocal intraocular lenses

I. Hlushniou, J. Rozhko BELARUS Objective and subjective results after implantation of trifocal intraocular lens ‘PanOptix’: one year experience in Belarus

S. Sayegh USA Algorithmic considerations for screening candidates for cataract surgery with multifocal intraocular lens implantation in patients at risk for retinopathy

L. Izquierdo Jr, M. Henriquez, R. Araujo, D. Altamirano, C. Gajardo PERU Mix-and-match vs extended-vision lens: is there any difference?

S. Schmickler GERMANY Visual performance of the new PhysIOL FineVision hydrophobic trifocal IOL Pod F GF

M. Konovalova, K. Pershin, N. Pashinova, A. Tsygankov, M. Konovalov RUSSIA Short-term analysis of new single-piece aspheric diffractive trifocal intraocular lens implantation

H. Son, T. Yildirim, P. Merz, G. Labuz, G. Auffarth GERMANY Optical pathway imaging and evaluation of the new extendeddepth-of-focus and trifocal intraocular lenses

J. Kruger SOUTH AFRICA Visual and refractive outcomes following implantation of a new trifocal IOL (Alcon AcrySof IQ PanOptix) with and without a tension ring

I. Tarib, D. Breyer, S. Abdassalam, M. Gerl, G. Auffarth, F. Kretz GERMANY Evaluation of a trifocal multifocal intraocular lens in a bi-toric and a non-toric version over a 36 month follow-up period

G. Labuz, H. Son, R. Khoramnia, G. Auffarth GERMANY Longitudinal chromatic aberration of monofocal and multifocal intraocular lenses: an in vitro study

E. Van Acker BELGIUM Clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction after the implantation of two different types of trifocal diffractive IOLs

N. L’hirondel, T. Raffray, J. Bertholom, F. Le Guyader FRANCE Visual outcome comparison between multifocal additive sulcus IOLs and bifocal IOLs implantation 

W. Whang, H. Kwon, S. Jeon SOUTH KOREA Preoperative biometric measurements and postoperative internal high-order aberrations after asymmetric rotationally refractive multifocal IOL implantation

A. Low MALAYSIA Evaluation of one month postoperative visual outcomes of Lentis Mplus X MF30 and Mplus X MF30T intraocular lens in post-LASIK eyes W. Lubinski, K. Podboraczynska-Jodko POLAND Clinical outcomes after cataract surgery with implantation of Versario 3F lenses: 6 month follow-up

L. Zhang, H. Son, T. Yildirim, G. Labuz, R. Khoramnia, G. Auffarth GERMANY In vitro analysis of the influence of decentration and pupil size on the optical performance of two trifocal intraocular lenses G. Zhao CHINA Role of angle kappa in patients’ visual quality with trifocal diffractive intraocular lens

L. Malheiro, V. Lages, P. Baptista, M. Lume, R. Salgado, M. Brochado PORTUGAL Comparative analysis of qualitative and quantitative visual outcomes after implantation of a trifocal (AT LISA® tri839MP) and an extended-range-of-vision (Tecnis® Symfony) intraocular lens

Pseudophakic IOLs: Toric

K. Mehta, C. Mehta INDIA Cataract surgery with bilateral vs separate implantation (1 month apart) of diffractive trifocal IOLs: analysis of visual quality and patient preference

A. Alarcon, M. Sun, C. Canovas, H. Weeber, G. Waring, P. Piers THE NETHERLANDS Impact of residual astigmatism on optical and visual performance for toric intraocular lenses

K. Mihaltz, P. Vecsei-Marlovits AUSTRIA The impact of visual axis position on optical quality after implantation of multifocal intraocular lenses with different asphericity values

S. Ankem, G. Srinivas, C. Aravind INDIA Toric IOL: need of the hour

A. Mularoni, A. Imburgia, L. Rania, G. Mussoni SAN MARINO Visual performance, patient satisfaction, and stability of new RayOne trifocal IOL: our results H. Nguyen Xuan, P. Nghiem Mai VIETNAM Long-term outcomes of phacoemulsification surgery with intraocular lens AT LISA TRI implantation

N. Canali, L. Tonti, J. Plepyte, V. Miglio, S. Moreni ITALY Consistent marking and transitional conic cylinder IOLs to improve results of astigmatism correction N. Garzón, M. Rodri­guez-Vallejo, D. Carmona, J. Calvo-Sanz, F. Poyales, C. Palomino, J. Fernandez SPAIN Comparing surgically-induced astigmatism calculated by means of simulated keratometry vs total corneal refractive power

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E-POSTERS Y. Hasegawa, T. Hiraoka, M. Seki, N. Shinichiro, T. Oshika JAPAN Toric intraocular lens calculations using anterior segment optical coherence tomography P. Hernández Martínez, C. Peris-Martinez, M. Garcia-Domene, E. Alfonso, R. Araujo, M. Penades Fons, M. Roig Revert SPAIN Astigmatism outcomes after cataract surgery with Precizon® toric intraocular lens M. Hirasawa, K. Minami, Y. Ohta, S. Ooki, A. Takahashi, H. Bissen-Miyajima JAPAN Comparison of four toric intraocular lens calculators using power vector analysis

T. Ung, A. Tey, A. Ang MALAYSIA Outcomes of Lentis Comfort toric implantation in Asian eyes A. Warwick, A. Porteous, V. Saw UK Real-world visual and refractive outcomes following toric intraocular lens insertion in a tertiary UK centre I. Zukaite, M. Nanavaty UK Changes in corneal densitometry after routine cataract surgery with toric intraocular lens or peripheral corneal incisions to correct corneal astigmatism up to 2.5D

R. Kalácska HUNGARY A change of perspective in toric IOL planning: bridging the gap

Quality of Vision Evaluation Techniques

Y. Kirilova, P. Vassileva BULGARIA Application of toric intraocular lenses in cataract patients after penetrating keratoplasty

S. Anisimova, L. Zagrebelnaya RUSSIA Comparative analysis of the implantation of aberration-free and aspheric IOL in patients after keratorefractive surgery

A. Liaska, T. Pallantzas, E. Makri, D. Mitsiou, S. Stamelou, K. Andrianopoulou GREECE Toric intraocular lenses in cataract operation

D. Borroni, L. Marino, M. Ferronato, P. Sivelli, D. Micochero ITALY The 3D near-vision test for near vision examination in young candidate for the Italian military force without polarised glasses: first applications for the evaluation of the level of stereopsis

V. Liska, Z. Liskova, O. Hrbacek, J. Havrda CZECH REPUBLIC Rotational stability in eyes with Rayner toric intraocular lens implantation I. Němcová, K. Hladikova, J. Pasta, J. Madunicky CZECH REPUBLIC Clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction after the implantation of a trifocal toric IOL G. Neri Pires, A. Vergamota, C. Carapinha, A. Passarinho, J. Silva PORTUGAL Results after 100 aspheric toric intraocular lens implantations: astigmatism correction outcomes

C. Diaper, C. Diaper UK Glasgow benefit inventory: a generic post intervention patientreported outcome measure used in cataract surgery audit G. Fijałkowska, D. Barchanowska, K. Rycman, E. Filipek POLAND The application of optical coherent tomography in diagnosis and management of congenital retinal dystrophies N. Hauranieh, P. Giardini ITALY Quality of vision scoring method: a system to measure vision performance – 12 years experience

S. Parija Dhall, A. Banerjee INDIA Comparative study on toric vs monofocal intraocular lenses in patients with cataract and astigmatism

J. Huang, J. Khadka, R. Gao, Q. Wang, K. Pesudovs CHINA Perceived benefits of first, second, and both eyes cataract surgery: a patient-reported outcomes study

O. Reitblat, A. Levy, G. Kleinmann, E. Assia ISRAEL A standard low toric IOL for eyes with no or low astigmatism

S. Kamble INDIA Impact of visual rehabilitation on quality of life in patients after cataract surgery

P. Rosetta, L. Pagano, A. Montericcio, P. Vinciguerra ITALY Toric IOL implantation in false emmetropic eye J. Salgado-Borges, F. Esteves, P. Faria, A. Silva, A. Borges, I. Ferreira PORTUGAL Visual performance with the Ankoris toric intraocular lens (IOL) G. Sallet BELGIUM Rotational stability and visual outcomes after implantation of a monofocal toric intraocular lens A. Sancho, M. Idoipe Corta, R. Hernandez Vian, G. Lopez Valverde, A. Mateo Orobia, E. Del Prado Sanz, L. Pablo Julvez SPAIN Postoperative astigmatism and axis deviation of AMO Tecnis® Toric IOL N. Stanojcic, S. Koay, H. Roberts, V. Wagh, B. Zuberbuhler, D. O’Brart UK A randomised prospective study of ‘off-the-shelf’ use of toric intraocular lenses (IOLs) for cataract patients with pre-existing corneal astigmatism in a public health sector setting B. Toygar, O. Yabas Kiziloglu, B. Besli, I. Kaya, A. Hacimustafaoglu, O. Toygar TURKEY Refractive outcomes and visual performance after implantation of a trifocal toric intraocular lens

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Refractive Corneal Inlays W. Crewe-Brown UK Medium to long-term corneal inlay complications S. Singh, J. Thind INDIA Presbyopia correction with small-aperture corneal inlay implantation (KAMRA)

Refractive Lens Exchange R. Gutierrez-Bonet, E. Guerrero, J. Reyes, M. Marti, M. Izquierdo, J. De la Guia, F. Duch SPAIN Causes of implantable collamer lens (ICL) explantation in a tertiary ophthalmology hospital


E. Likhorad, V. Krasilnikova, I. Dulub, G. Kryshtopenko BELARUS Micro-monovision as an affordable alternative to multifocal lenses J. Moore, R. McNeely UK Early visual and quality of vision outcomes with a small-aperture IC-8 intraocular lens S. Rehman, A. Hartwig, C. O’Donnell UK Refractive lens exchange after previous corneal laser refractive surgery D. Teenan UK Refractive lens exchange in younger and older presbyopes: comparison of complication rates – 3 month clinical and patient-reported outcomes L. van Vught, Z. Gaurisankar, Y. Cheng, J. Beenakker, G. Luyten THE NETHERLANDS The efficacy of intraocular lens exchanges

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E-POSTERS S. Rebrikov, O. Kostin, A. Ovchinnikov, A. Stepanov RUSSIA Estimation of functional results after SMILE operation complicated by conjunctiva suction beneath treatment pack interface R. Sadrutdinov, I. Bogush, V. Chernykh RUSSIA The ingrowth of epithelium after trauma in the remote period after LASIK M. Taechajongjintana, N. Wongpitoonpiya, J. Supokawate, M. Chongchareon, J. Duangpatra THAILAND Incidence of rainbow glare after 200 KHz femtosecond laserassisted LASIK T. Yasar, Y. Yildirim, B. Tulu, B. Kepez Yildiz, A. Agca TURKEY The effect of increased intraocular pressure due to steroids used after corneal refractive surgery on corneal topographic and refractive outcomes A. Zaynetdinov, R. Khikmatullin, E. Usubov RUSSIA Transitory corneal edema with increased intraocular pressure in patients after LASIK

Refractive Surgery Complications M. Al Obthani, S. Holland, D. Lin, S. Arba Mosquera, J. Tan CANADA Topography-guided photorefractive keratectomy for irregular astigmatism following penetrating keratoplasty (PK): a useful option? J. Bai CHINA Visual outcomes after small incision lenticule extraction and comparison to Topolyser customised ablation treatment for correcting myopia and symmetrical myopic astigmatism A. Balestrazzi, E. Balestrazzi, P. Michieletto, A. Balestrazzi ITALY Grade 4 diffuse lamellar keratitis (Sands of Sahara syndrome) after FemtoLASIK I. Dutchin, M. Pshenichnov RUSSIA The use of Nd:YAG laser to effect ingrown epithelium after SMILE M. Jankov, V. Jovanovic, T. Mrakovic, L. Nikolic SERBIA Fungal keratitis after PRK E. Jerhotová, L. Valesova, J. Miksovska CZECH REPUBLIC Nd:YAG puncturation of an epithelial ingrowth after ReLEx SMILE: case report A. Kachanov, S. Nikuin, S. Bauer, B. Zimin RUSSIA Diffuse lamellar keratitis after ReLEx® SMILE and after femtolaser-assisted LASIK surgeries O. Kostin, S. Rebrikov, A. Ovchinnikov, A. Stepanov RUSSIA Estimation of functional results after FemtoLASIK operation complicated by central non-penetrating gas breakthrough M. Mestanoglu, B. Toygar, O. Yabas Kiziloglu, O. Toygar TURKEY Early repositioning of misaligned toric posterior chamber phakic intraocular lens W. Noble MEXICO Free flap post LASIK R. Nosé, E. Torres-Netto, B. Fontes BRAZIL Extreme corneal flattening following sequential intracorneal ring implantation and corneal cross-linking E. Potkonjak, B. Kozomara, M. Milicevic, N. Gabric BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Post-traumatic diffuse lamellar keratitis (DLK) 4 years after LASIK

Refractive Surgery New Techniques/ Instrumentation/Devices J. Bai CHINA Visual outcomes after low-level laser energy combined with liquid infiltration during lenticule separation in small incision lenticule extraction F. Duch Mestres, R. Bonet, R. Escude, J. Reyes, E. Guerrero SPAIN Analysis of corneal densitometry in two different surface laser surgical techniques: alcohol-assisted PRK and Epi-Bowman Keratectomy (EBKTM) E. Jarade LEBANON New treatment of corneal ectasia after LASIK by induction of new corneal fibrogenesis N. Kuznetsova, V. Kurenkov, N. Kurenkova, S. Abramov, S. Kurenkova RUSSIA Possibilities of using pointed applanation tonometer (Icare Pro) in patients after undergoing LASIK (early post-surgery period): comparative analysis of data on the application of pointed applanation tonometer and traditional pneumotonometry on case A. Nagpal INDIA To investigate the safety, efficacy, and stability of transepithelial PRK performed with the LaserSoft solid-state 210 nm photorefractive laser platform F. Orucoglu TURKEY Flap suturing for secondary flap lifting for laser enhancement procedure B. Pajic, Z. Cvejic, Z. Mijatovic, D. Indjin, J. Mueller SWITZERLAND Biometrical iris eye recognition with cyclorotational control eye tracker system increases the safety and precision in excimer laser procedure R. Sachdev, C. Mittal, R. Deshmukh INDIA Photorefractive intrastromal cross-linking (PiXL) P. Subudhi, S. Patro, B. Subudhi, S. Sitaram INDIA To show safety and efficacy of half fluence cross-linking with phakic IOL implantation in cases of post-LASIK regression

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E-POSTERS Refractive Surgery Practice Styles F. Helvacioglu, E. Sunay, S. Kaya, O. Kavalcioglu, A. Akyurt, T. Akin TURKEY PRK fine-tuning after multifocal IOL implantation

Training and Innovation in Education P. Behera, A. Shrivastava INDIA Importance of supervised surgical training of residents for phacoemulsification surgery M. Goel, S. Goel INDIA Artificial intelligence and ophthalmology P. Kern, R. Menna Barreto, V. Menna Barreto, R. Bruno, L. Pellanda, E. Neto, M. Vilela BRAZIL Teleophthalmology in a university hospital: the interdisciplinary work experience among university students, ophthalmologists, and other hospital doctors K. Knutsson, M. Coppola, A. Marchese, A. Rabiolo, M. Cicinelli ITALY Cataract surgeons in training: moving from divide and conquer to stop and chop F. Krogmann, S. Scholtz, D. Munro, G. Auffarth GERMANY Future since 1868: 150 years of University Eye Clinic Heidelberg (Germany) C. Okamura, T. Kojima, Y. Tanaka, A. Hasegawa, S. Tokiwa, K. Ichikawa JAPAN Evaluation of an intelligent armrest using robotics technology in ophthalmic surgery J. Parekh, M. Ajaj, D. Patel, S. Parekh USA The use of digital media in an eye care office and its role in ensuring compliance with glaucoma and dry eye disease R. Paul, M. Mondal, K. Sarkar, S. Phukan INDIA An innovative long-term phacoemulsification surgical training model in India: 7 year experience S. Scholtz, L. MacMorris, F. Krogmann, G. Auffarth GERMANY Poison, drugs, and medicine: Giovanni Antonio Scopoli and the history of scopolamine D. Sobeih, P. Cotran, S. MacDonald, Y. Saleh, W. Gafar EGYPT Egyptian women in ophthalmology: cataract surgery training and subspecialty preference

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VIDEO COMPETITION Videos can be viewed on the eTerminals located in the Poster Village

VIDEO AWARDS SESSION Sunday 23 September 14.15 – 16.15 Room C1

VIDEO COMPETITION

In addition to the overall Michael Blumenthal Award, prizes will be awarded in the following categories: - Difficult and Special Cases - Educational - Historical - Innovative - Resident in Training - Scientific In order to receive the prize, winners must be present at the Awards Session.

F. Aboalazayem EGYPT Cataract extraction in nanophthalmic globe with narrow pupil and angle-closure glaucoma A. Agarwal INDIA Contiguous corneal delamination for giant OSSN A. Agarwal INDIA Hypersonic vitrectomy

M. Amro, E. Jarade LEBANON Implantable miniature telescope insertion in a pseudophakic eye with a lens-in-the-bag in age-related macular degeneration A. Ansari, A. Chiu, K. Tu UK Extreme DALK: deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty for perforated cornea D. Antolin, M. Capote-Diez, L. Nova, P. Rodriguez-Ausin SPAIN 1 mm MICS: tricks that may help with lens instability A. Armia EGYPT Potbelly dancing cataract (imagination vs reality) V. Arora, A. Mehrotra INDIA Lift me up: a tale of subluxated toric IOL R. Arra, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Compromised posterior capsule: will my patient get an IOL today? N. Artells de Jorge, L. Pareja Arico, C. Ossa Calderon, J. Juberias Sanchez SPAIN Microspherophakia with secondary angle-closure glaucoma: a challenging lens extraction as a glaucoma surgical procedure T. Asami, S. Kachi, G. Miyake, I. Ota, T. Maekubo, K. Miyake, S. Sugita JAPAN A trap technique for centering DSAEK grafts G. Auffarth, G. Labuz, T. Yildirim, H. Son, P. Merz, R. Khoramnia, F. Hengerer GERMANY CSI Heidelberg: focusing on multifocal and EDOF technology

A. Agarwal INDIA Purkinje images

L. Avoni, A. Volinia, A. Bratu, A. Saitta, D. D’Eliseo ITALY Triple procedure using an open-sky method in patients with both central corneal opacity and advanced cataract

A. Agarwal INDIA Single pass 4 throw pupilloplasty

R. Badaro, F. Marigo BRAZIL Vitreous block: a UBM journey

P. Agarwal, S. Navon UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Fixing subluxated IOL with bag complex using lasso technique

S. Baghrizabehi SLOVENIA Post-traumatic mature cataract

N. Agrawal, P. Jain INDIA A novel technique of supra tenon’s excision of pterygium (STEP) with mini SLET

M. Balgos, J. Alió del Barrio, A. Vega SPAIN Autologous simple limbal epithelial transplant (SLET) for an adult male with limbal stem cell deficiency secondary to Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS)

N. Agrawal, P. Jain INDIA SLET (simple limbal epithelial transplant) for a case of chronic chemical injury O. Agrawal INDIA Zero energy cataract surgery M. Ahmad, A. Barua, S. Shah, M. Parulekar UK Ocular surface reconstruction in Fraser syndrome P. Ahuja, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, S. Sethu, P. Khamar INDIA Many moods of ectasia O. Al-Shymali, J. Alió del Barrio SPAIN Paediatric cataract surgery in a patient with severe advanced keratoglobus previously operated by femtosecond (FS) laserassisted tuck-in penetrating keratoplasty (PKP) O. Al-Shymali SPAIN Patient’s experience following implantation of Lumina accommodative IOL L. Amato EL SALVADOR DALK in a patient with leucoma post ulcerative cornea

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G. Barrett AUSTRALIA Plotting the right course for toric IOLs P. Bhasin INDIA Results of phacoemulsification in cases of cataract with corneal opacity using pars plana retro chandelier illumination S. Bhattacharjee INDIA Pupil expansion simplified G. Bianchi ARGENTINA One minute IPCL surgery without viscoelastic substance L. Biraghi ITALY New enclavation technique for retropupillary iris claw lens S. Brar, S. Ganesh INDIA Small-incision lenticule extraction for astigmatism: twist in the tale L. Buratto ITALY Evolution of the refractive cut in lamellar surgery L. Buratto ITALY High myopia correction over the years


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A. Caporossi ITALY A novel technique of descemetorhexis using a coaxial forceps during Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty R. Carneiro de Freitas PORTUGAL So simple D. Carvalho Jr., F. Silva, J. Lake, B. Prieto, M. Chalita BRAZIL Optimising cataract femtosecond patterns with scanning electron microscopy and clinical findings A. Celebi TURKEY Lens extraction in the management of angle-closure glaucoma J. Cendelin, M. Hlozanek, N. Ondrova, L. Cileckova CZECH REPUBLIC Iris reconstructive surgery J. Cendelin, N. Ondrova CZECH REPUBLIC Phaco sleeve modification for mastering the iris in intraoperative floppy iris syndrome A. Chakrabarti, M. Chakrabarti INDIA Phaco in status post-trabeculectomy in angle-closure glaucoma: basics (educational) S. Chandramouli INDIA Paediatric cataract surgery: challenging cases S. Chaudhary, S. Jindal, R. Chaudhary INDIA Micropulse capsulotomy (Zepto): pros and cons

A. de Casas, D. Martínez Martínez, S. Abenza Baeza, J. Javaloy Estan SPAIN Management of iatrogenic traumatic cataract and posterior lens nucleus displacement following an intravitreal injection of ranibizumab C. De Pablo Martin, E. Mata, C. Monton, E. Conesa, M. Viso SPAIN Phacoemulsification in subluxated cataract S. Demircan TURKEY Removal of traumatic cataract with zonular dialysis P. Dhanapal, D. Shukla INDIA Cracker blast injury with traumatic cataract and multiple retrolental foreign bodies: minimally invasive approach H. Elbedewy, M. Ghoraba EGYPT IOL scaffold in ophthalmological practice M. El-Malah EGYPT Sutureless deep sclerectomy augmented with ologen and MMC C. Fan, L. Iu HONG KONG Phacoemulsification and pupilloplasty for traumatic mydriasis S. Farooqui SINGAPORE Pseudoexfoliation syndrome as a white cataract K. Fawzy EGYPT Opposite incision to avoid dropped nucleus O. Fechin RUSSIA A technique of IOL fragmentation for its exchange

G. Chichua, N. Kobakhidze, N. Digmelashvili GEORGIA Challenging the norm

G. Figueiredo, C. Figueiredo BRAZIL Preventing capsular contraction syndrome in eyes with pseudoexfoliation syndrome

G. Chichua, N. Kobakhidze, N. Digmelashvili GEORGIA Minimally invasive IOL rescue

H. Fukasaku JAPAN Internal trabeculectomy

C. Chirapapaisan, N. Chirapapaisan THAILAND Cataract surgery in the eye with extensive scleromalacia

N. Gandhi INDIA Modified irrigating posterior capsular polisher

N. Chirapapaisan, C. Chirapapaisan, W. Raksong, P. Laohachai THAILAND How to conquer zonular dehiscence

N. Gandhi INDIA Postoperative endophthalmitis management: deviation from EVS and successful outcome – a case report

J. Choi, Y. Han, Y. Jung SOUTH KOREA Application of thermoreversible hydrogels (Poloxamer) for protection of the corneal endothelium during phacoemulsification: an experimental study in porcine and rabbit eyes

C. Gizzi, S. Balal, R. Nitiahpapand, R. Patel, G. Nithyanandarajah, A. Scott, A. Sharma UK Phaco sleeve hydrodissection (PSHD): a useful technique for hydrodissection during cataract surgery

W. Chong SINGAPORE Delayed Argentinian flag sign D. Choudhary, N. Agrawal INDIA New surgical modality for management of corneal thinning using Bowman’s membrane S. Coutts, A. Barsam, A. Mearza UK Novel use of corneal tattooing to treat debilitating negative dysphotopsia after cataract surgery

S. Goel INDIA Femtosecond cataract surgery in complicated cases S. Goel INDIA Phacoemulsification of subluxated lenses in phakic and pseudophakic eyes J. Gong, J. Welch, S. Tarafdar UK Unusual complication during temporary keratoprosthesisbased vitrectomy for tractional retinal detachments in high-risk proliferative diabetic retinopathy

L. Daniel Raj Ponniah INDIA The micro-thin formula

F. González del Valle, E. Infantes Molina, M. Moraleda de Acuna, S. Lopez-Romero Moraleda, J. Galvez Martinez, L. Riveira Villalobos, E. Lopez Mondejar SPAIN New surgical approach to treat the complete luxation of the crystalline lens preserving the capsular bag

L. Daniel Raj Ponniah INDIA Wild to mild

P. Goyal, A. Jain, C. Malhotra, G. Gupta INDIA Intraocular lens scaffold technique in case of morgagnian cataract

R. Dalal, R. Shetty, P. Khamar, A. Nair INDIA Sailing through post-photorefractive keratectomy pain

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S. Canabrava, L. Bicalho, L. Gontijjo, A. Arancibia BRAZIL Efficacy of the Canabrava’s ring pupil expansion device in cataract surgery on eyes with small pupils: the first 30 cases


VIDEO COMPETITION

VIDEO COMPETITION P. Goyal, A. Jain, C. Malhotra INDIA Phacoemulsification in a case of white cataract

L. Khaitrine FRANCE Femtocataract on phakic IOLs and radial keratotomy

G. Gupta, P. Goyal, A. Jain, C. Malhotra INDIA Phacoaspiration in traumatic cataract in young

A. Khalil EGYPT Descemet’s membrane detachment during phacoemulsification

G. Gupta, P. Goyal, A. Jain, C. Malhotra INDIA Phacoemulsification in cataract with central adherent leucomatous corneal opacity

P. Khamar, R. Shetty, A. Ghosh, S. Sethu INDIA Nature and nurture

S. Gupta INDIA One step management of post-traumatic triple dialysis using two rings S. Gupta INDIA Single point pivot technique for combined repair of iridodialysis and cyclodialysis in a case of traumatic cataract with hypotony T. Hanemoto JAPAN The hook-CTR for easier transscleral fixation to weak zonule cases

Z. Khatib, S. Haldipurkar, V. Shetty INDIA Capsulotomy challenges in fibrotic anterior capsules Z. Khatib, S. Haldipurkar, I. Khatib, V. Shetty INDIA Iris prolapse during phacoemulsification: learning from my mistakes J. Kim, J. Yu, A. Brahma UK Surgical ergonomics in cataract surgery: a guide for residents on how to save your back

K. Hassan EGYPT Capsule saving in Marfan syndrome

G. Kleinmann, J. Alió ISRAEL A novel intraocular open-capsule device for prevention of posterior capsule opacification

A. Heroor INDIA Management of bilateral subluxated cataractous lens with lens coloboma in a paediatric case

I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Combined PTK and clear-cornea cataract extraction (CE) aided with a 23-gauge illuminator (23I) in a trachoma patient

M. Hložánek CZECH REPUBLIC In-the-bag implantation of hydrogel artificial iris in congenital aniridia

A. Kothari, A. Kelkar, J. Kelkar, N. Gupta INDIA Hunting the great whites

M. Iradier, N. Gentile, L. Palmero, P. Baneros, M. Cruz SPAIN Descemetorhexis without endothelial keratoplasty (DWEK) for Fuchs’ dystrophy: when less is more S. Jacob INDIA Paper clip capsule stabilizer for sutureless capsular bag fixation in subluxated cataracts and IOLs A. Jain, S. Narain INDIA Drill and chop for hard cataracts A. Jonas, H. Bobat, A. Shinton, M. Rashid UK Potassium EDTA chelation for calcific band keratopathy C. Kalamkar, A. Mukherjee, R. Rao, J. Popli INDIA Hitting three birds with one stone: one staged procedure for traumatic cataract with posterior capsular opacity and iridodialysis repair in a paediatric patient C. Kalamkar, A. Mukherjee INDIA New surgical technique of combined AGV implantation with trabeculectomy to reduce risk of hypertensive phase: double flap method A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Anterior chamber (AC) IOL exchange (X) and DSAEK in pseudophakic bullous keratopathy (PBK) in a monocular patient A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Complex management with pupilloplasty, cataract and IOL (C&I), and pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) in a chronic uveitis patient V. Kankariya, G. Kymionis, S. Kankariya, A. Singhal, I. Pallikaris, G. Kontadakis, M. Grenzelos INDIA Refractive surgery in keratoconus: are you serious? N. Kara TURKEY Surgical corneal re-shaping technique for pellucid marginal degeneration: a combination of corneal trephination, corneal wedge resection, and corneal selective suturation V. Kenia, R. Kenia INDIA The story of a broken IOL

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F. Kretz, D. Breyer, D. Holland, S. Abdassalam, M. Fedder, M. Gerl, G. Auffarth GERMANY A sniper’s view: enhancing precision and stability J. Ladi INDIA Shearing applied force extraction (SAFE) of lenticule by reverse pull with wow factor in refractive lenticule extraction M. Laginaf UK The secret society of the Oculists: enlightened pioneers or covert Freemasons? B. LaHood NEW ZEALAND Simplifying and demystifying the optical principles of posterior corneal astigmatism M. Lee MALAYSIA IOL misadventures: a step-by-step guide to management H. Logothetis, S. Basti USA Yamane transscleral fixation technique for novice surgeons R. Mach CZECH REPUBLIC Post polishing of posterior capsule S. Mahajan, R. Om Parkash, T. Om Parkash INDIA RAPID technique for soft cataracts M. Mahdy EGYPT Management of posterior capsular rupture during phacoemulsification L. Malheiro, M. M. Neves, M. Gomes, L. Oliveira PORTUGAL Working in the fog: extreme DSAEK F. March de Ribot, A. March de Ribot, A. Verdugo, T. Torrent, J. Tarrus, F. Escalada SPAIN Plastic pieces in a trauma eye F. March de Ribot, A. March de Ribot, J. Felip, T. Torrent, J. Tarrus, F. Escalada SPAIN Post-vitrectomy cataract surgery


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A. Martins, M. Oliveia, S. Marques, C. Lobo, J. Povoa PORTUGAL Iridodialysis: surgical approach in a phakic eye M. Mathen INDIA Coring to conquer posterior polar cataract I. Matias, P. Gomes, S. Diniz, P. Neves, M. Ornelas, D. Martins PORTUGAL Bilateral phacoemulsification and toric extended depth-offocus intraocular lens implantation in anterior lenticonus

A. Pashtaev RUSSIA Phacoemulsification of subluxated lens with Russian iris-clips IOL in-the-bag implantation R. Patel, D. Sutharsan, C. Gizzi, J. Smith, A. Sharma UK Finger-prick autologous blood (FAB): a novel treatment for dry eye syndrome S. Patwardhan, N. Patwardhan, D. Patwardhan, M. Patwardhan INDIA CCC in intumescent cataract: stepwise guide S. Patwardhan, N. Patwardhan INDIA SMILE rescue for post-traumatic pseudophakic eye with decentered pupil

C. Mazzotta ITALY Enhanced-fluence pulsed-light iontophoresis corneal crosslinking: the EF I-CXL technique for transepithelial CXL

S. Pereira, S. Ganesh INDIA LASIK flap dislocation with infolding and epithelial ingrowth: late presentation-post injury – principles of management

B. Megur, D. Megur INDIA The never ending saga of a traumatic cataract

S. Pereira, S. Ganesh INDIA Traumatic cataract with ruptured ant capsule: surgical principles of management

D. Megur, B. Megur INDIA Descemet’s membrane detachment: a nightmare revisited D. Megur, B. Megur INDIA Vitrector-assisted anterior capsulotomy in complex case scenarios: a novel technique S. Mohan, M. Rajan INDIA Cliff hangers in rock hard cataracts A. Moreno Valladares, M. Toteberg-Harms, C. Lavin Dapena, N. Puerto Amoros, F. Gonzalez Lopez SPAIN Phaco-excimer laser trabeculostomy: gonioscopic or endoscopic surgical approach? Y. Mostafa EGYPT Capsulorhexis: how to make it reproducible Y. Mostafa EGYPT Managing zonulysis during phacoemulsification in a hard cataract A. Mukherjee, C. Kalamkar, J. Popli, R. Rao INDIA Posterior capsular rent at different stages of clear corneal phacoemulsification: signs for early recognition and different ways of its management A. Nagpal, S. Moolani INDIA Blue burger technique of endothelial disc insertion in DSAEK Á. Ní Mhéalóid, J. Doris, G. Higgins IRELAND Eckardt temporary keratoprosthesis insertion for pars plana vitrectomy in a blood-stained cornea S. Noguchi JAPAN Mechanism of new semicircular phaco tip for torsional oscillation T. Ohta, Y. Matsuzaki, A. Murakami, J. Rana JAPAN New multi-purpose chopper for cataract surgery M. Pangtey, A. Upasana Singh INDIA Exchange of opacified IOL in presence of large YAG capsulotomy M. Pangtey, A. Upasana Singh INDIA Explantation of oversized plate haptic multifocal toric IOL with Z syndrome and detailed explanation of MAY wheel technique for explantation via 2.8 mm incision A. Parafita-Fernández, S. Ketabi, M. Teus SPAIN Deconstructing Kelman-Duet phakic IOL

M. Pérez Gancedo, I. Maria, R. Munoz, P. Vasquez SPAIN Alternative management of a cataractous subluxated lens when something unexpected happens in the surgical scenario and we have no way to fix the bag to the sclera B. Plata Gutiérrez, E. Chavez Mondragon MEXICO Endoscopic cataract surgery B. Plata Gutiérrez, A. Ramirez-Miranda, A. Navas, E. Graue-Hernandez MEXICO Refractive lenticule extraction complications M. Rajan, S. Mohan INDIA Conquering posterior capsular rupture M. Rajarajan, S. Mohan, M. Rajan INDIA Six sigmas of management of Descemet’s membrane detachment D. Reinstein, G. Carp, T. Archer, R. Vida UK Flap planning and inferior pseudo-hinge fulcrum technique for LASIK after SMILE M. Rekas, A. Kicinska, K. Krix-Jachym, W. Dyda POLAND Repositioning and scleral fixation of lens capsule using cauterized iris hooks in an eye with subluxated lens: a new surgical technique J. Reyes, F. Duch, R. Escude, R. Gutierrez, M. Marti SPAIN The femto nightmares: easy tips to overcome your complications in femtosecond assisted LASIK surgery T. Rivero, J. Rodriguez Prats, J. Muñoz Tomás, E. Artiaga Elordi SPAIN Extreme cases with femtosecond laser S. Sedo, E. Esteve, J. Fabrega, C. Esmerado, A. Sierra, A. Punti, M. Fossas SPAIN Irrigating solution flow test during phacoemulsification N. Senchenko RUSSIA Surgical technique for the removal of traumatic cataract in children with severe penetrating injury of the lens D. Shah, V. Sapovadia INDIA Double femto treat D. Shah, V. Sapovadia INDIA Fix it from behind

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P. Martí Rodrigo, J. Puig Galy, S. Martin Nalda, L. Bisbe Lopez, J. Armentia Perez de Mendiola, E. Segovia Maldonado SPAIN Combined penetrating keratoplasty and white cataract extracapsular extraction in a severe ocular caustication


VIDEO COMPETITION M. Shanturova RUSSIA An unusual patient

K. Sriprakash, S. Ganesh, S. Brar INDIA Post-LASIK cataract surgery: dilemmas and solutions

R. Shetty, V. LG, A. Mohan INDIA Faith in healing

S. Srivastava, S. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, V. Nath, L. Shastri INDIA What lies beneath...

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Y. Shkandina, N. Khodjaev, N. Sobolev RUSSIA Composite model of the iris-lens diaphragm: pupil reconstruction and functional outcome N. Shroff, A. Kaul, R. Shroff, R. Dutta, G. Singh INDIA Phaco in compromised corneas: a light at the end of a tunnel of corneal darkness

H. Suzuki, Y. Masuda, H. Takahashi JAPAN Hydration using irrigation port in phacoemulsification cataract surgery Z. Taha TUNISIA Argentinian flag sign in a white intumescent cataract

R. Shroff, N. Shroff, A. Kaul, R. Dutta, G. Singh INDIA Zepto: a pretender or a viable contender to femto?

Z. Taha TUNISIA Small pupil phacoemulsification

S. Shukhaev RUSSIA Reflections on settings

U. Tekchandani, S. Yangzes, J. Ram INDIA Management of a case of post-refractive surgery cataract using image- guided systems and femtosecond laser (FLACS)

R. Shukla INDIA Managing a complicated cataract P. Simões, A. Cabugueira, M. Guedes PORTUGAL Pupil size: both ends of the spectrum B. Singh, S. Bharti, N. Bharti INDIA A to Z of diagnosing and managing post-LASIK ectasia

C. Temstet, N. Bouheraoua FRANCE Difficulties with cataract under keratoplasty J. Titiyal, M. Kaur INDIA Management of difficult lenticule extraction in learning curve of SMILE

B. Singh, S. Bharti, N. Bharti INDIA Compression sutures for corneal hydrops

I. Toprak, V. Yaylali TURKEY Crack, reduce and implant intraocular lens: a safe phaco technique for hyper-mature cataracts

C. Singh, R. Gupta, I. Singh, P. Tekwani INDIA Simplifying posterior polar cataract surgery: here’s how

H. Torii, T. Kurihara, K. Negishi, K. Tsubota JAPAN Violet light can be a superhero against myopia pandemic

I. Singh USA External advancement of the catheter during ab-interno canaloplasty

A. Tourkmani, S. Webber UK Dislocated IOL... and more surprises!

S. Singh INDIA Intratunnel phacofracture MSICS: a manual cataract refractive surgery approach V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Congenital anterior segment dysgenesis (ASD), cataract extraction (CE) and aniridia-capsular ring (ACR) implantation A. Soares, J. Mendes, M. Domingues PORTUGAL Sutureless intrascleral fixation of a posterior chamber intraocular lens (IOL) B. Soares, J. Beltz AUSTRALIA Searching for the perfect capsulorhexis R. Solanki INDIA Early management surgical aphakia, wound leak and vitreous in anterior chamber using retrofixated iris claw intraocular lens (IOL), automated vitrectomy and wound suturing R. Solanki INDIA The difficulties in managing the leathery posterior plate of my first brown mature cataract in a diabetic patient during nucleus management in phacoemulsification using stop and chop technique M. Soyler, H. Sabur TURKEY Capsule-sparing intraocular lens implantation techniques in cases of microspherophakia S. Srinivasan, G. Scharioth UK Scharioth Macula Lens: a new intraocular lens for patients with macular degeneration

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A. Upasna Singh, M. Pangtey INDIA Uveitic cataract: introducing innovative MAY’s tug-of-war capsulorhexis with key hole phacoemulsification R. Vaishnav, R. Shetty, N. Israni, K. Padakannaya, S. Sreenivas INDIA Virtual reality counsellor for cataract and refractive surgery H. Vannadil, S. Shankar, A. Singh, J. Kaushik INDIA Sutured secondary SFIOL: an easy-to-learn, low-cost surgical technique V. Vargas, J. Alió del Barrio SPAIN Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) associated with femtosecond laser-assisted posterior stromal keratectomy for the treatment of endothelial diseases with posterior stromal opacification V. Vargas, J. Alió SPAIN Phakic intraocular lenses: ancillary tests, indications and surgical technique S. Vasavada, S. Srivastava, V. Vasavada, V. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, K. Johar, V. Nath INDIA Found in translation: translational research in ophthalmology M. Viso, Y. Poza, A. Acero, M. Gimenez de Azcarate, C. de Pablo SPAIN Can intravitreal injections favor disinsertion of the IOL-bag complex?


VIDEO COMPETITION C. Vitelli, N. Fernandez Meijide, J. Bekerman, F. Terragni ARGENTINA Modified triple procedure: challenging management of deep stromal corneal opacity associated with cataract N. Volkova, M. Shanturova RUSSIA Microinvasive optic-reconstructive surgery: hypotensive option of angle-closure glaucoma treatment

VIDEO COMPETITION

L. Werner, R. Sahler, S. Enright, R. Alley, N. Ellis, J. Heczko, N. Mamalis USA Principles of refractive index shaping of intraocular lenses with femtosecond laser S. Yamane, H. Arai, M. Inamura JAPAN Flanged IOL fixation with intraoperative adjustment of refraction Z. Yap SINGAPORE Know when to stop: wound over-hydration causing vitreous prolapse T. Yeo, H. Fam SINGAPORE Overcoming the fear of falling M. Ziaei NEW ZEALAND Microincisional iris tumour excision (MITE)

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VIDEO LIBRARY Videos can be viewed on the eTerminals located in the Poster Village

D. Agius, F. Mercieca MALTA The single handed phacoemulsification technique A. Ansari, B. Karri, D. Mathews UK XEN stent: understanding the unknown – technique and management of complications D. Antolin, M. Capote-Diez, L. Nova, P. Rodriguez-Ausin SPAIN IFIS without IFIS A. Armia EGYPT Can this be real? Unbelievable surprise A. Armia EGYPT Traumatic cataract waving between a reality: limits to a boundless imagination

VIDEO LIBRARY

A. Barsam UK Posterior misdirection of IOL

I. Kontari, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Variable pattern and energy delivered (ED) topographycustomized (TG) CXL in keratoconus: a novel technique M. Laginaf, M. Tappin UK If you like it then you should have put a ring on it: a Malyugin ring approach to posterior synechiae A. Liaska, T. Pallantzas GREECE Phacoemulsification after endophthalmitis F. Maldotti, R. Ceccuzzi, R. Clerici, R. Fausto ITALY Reversible Urrets-Zavalia syndrome after deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty assisted by intraoperative optical coherence tomography N. Najjari Jamal, A. Matheu Fabra, A. Belkaid Benomar, R. Falah, J. Armentia Perez de Mendiola SPAIN Surgical techniques of secondary lens implantation in aphakic patients without capsular support P. Ngowyutagon, C. Chirapapaisan THAILAND How to deal with near total circumferential thinning in Terrien’s marginal degeneration

J. Campello Lluch, J. Ruiz Colecha, J. Belda Sanchis, J. Placeres Daban, L. Rial Alvarez, E. Salinas Martinez, S. Miraflores Gomez SPAIN How to solve a posterior capsule rupture in a cataract operation with a retinal forceps

J. Ortiz Cazal SPAIN Artificial iris reconstruction with iris prosthetic system

A. Chakrabarti, M. Chakrabarti INDIA Phaco chop in dense cataract

M. Pérez Gancedo, B. Gonzalez Rodriguez, M. Cabezas Leon, M. Leal Gonzalez, C. Ramirez Fe, R. Jimenez Escribano SPAIN Surgical management of an ectopia lentis due to blunt trauma: our way of dealing with it

S. Chaudhary, R. Chaudhary, S. Jindal INDIA Lens coloboma challenge H. Cheon SOUTH KOREA Surgical technique using single instrument in small-incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) surgery M. Cigales, J. Hoyos-Chacon, J. Hoyos Campillo SPAIN Surgical technique for corneal Keloid and Salzmann’s nodules D. Delgado Arellano, E. Chavez Mondragon, K. Zuniga Posselt MEXICO Scleral fixation of IOL for the traumatic cataract R. Falah, J. Armentia Perez De Mendiola, A. Matheu Fabra, N. Najjari Jamal SPAIN Phakic Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK): surgical pearls to help ensure a successful outcome S. Goel INDIA Various range multifocal IOLs and their indications in patients E. Goh, K. Goh SINGAPORE Managing a case of suspected posterior polar cataract A. Hamid, S. Vaswani, J. Dermott, A. Hartwig, C. O’Donnell UK Epithelial ingrowth removal in a postoperative small incision lenticule extraction patient J. Hoyos-Chacon, M. Cigales, J. Hoyos Campillo SPAIN 15 year follow-up on zonular dehiscence in a pseudophakic eye with a piggyback PRL A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Arcuate, peripheral add-on, corneo-scleral graft (CSG) combined CXL, in advanced pellucid marginal degeneration (PMD) A. Kanellopoulos GREECE Combined: PTK/PRK/CXL for visually debilitating Meesmann’s corneal dystrophy management in a 37-year-old woman

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A. Ozcan TURKEY Tube erosion and its treatment after Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation in a congenital aniridia with glaucoma

V. Rinconcillo, A. Nava, J. Carrera MEXICO Ring of capsular tension in zonular dialysis by traumatic cataract V. Skouteris, A. Kanellopoulos GREECE SMILE correction in the older failed graft of a patient that had initially penetrating keratoplasty and subsequent DSEAK L. Tabuenca Del Barrio, A. Zubicoa Eneriz, M. Mozo Cuadrado, P. Plaza Ramos, S. Perez Garcia, N. Zubieta Gonzalo, J. Andonegui Navarro SPAIN Traumatic cataract removal and iridodialysis repair


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ESONT MEETING SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 10.00 – 11.30

14.30 – 16.00

ESONT AUSTRIAN SYMPOSIUM

FREE PAPER SESSION

Best Practice and Patient Satisfaction Room A5 Chairpersons:

M. Acebal SPAIN S. Palkovits AUSTRIA

Best Practice – Optical Coherence Tomography and Visual Fields 10.00

G. Seidel AUSTRIA Optical coherence tomography

10.15

S. Palkovits AUSTRIA Visual field testing

Patient Satisfaction 10.30

B. Van Egeren AUSTRIA Operation theatre management and timings: past and present

10.45

C. Bouza SPAIN Patient satisfaction after phaco refractive surgery

11.00

A. De La Llama THE NETHERLANDS How to validate a patient questionnaire

11.15 Discussion 11.30

End of session

Room A5

Chairpersons:

M. Acebal SPAIN M. Cargnoni ITALY

14.30

S. Tescaro ITALY The 3D system in cataract surgery

14.40

M. Amarnis NETHERLANDS Laser, pupils and haloes: myth or truth?

14.50

B. Van Egeren AUSTRIA One case may change everything

15.00

P. Cañadas SPAIN Confocal microscopy analysis on corneal sub basal nerve plexus 10 years after LASIK surgery

15.10

G. Laucirica SPAIN Measurement of intraocular pressure during the creation of a corneal flap with a femtosecond laser

15.20

M. Spiridigliozzi ITALY A phaco for Africa: a humanitarian project

15.30

B. Pereira PORTUGAL Dynamic vault evaluation of the Visian ICL using anterior segment optical coherence tomography

15.40

M. Sheno NETHERLANDS Intraocular pressure after excimer laser central corneal tissue ablation

15.50 Discussion 16.00

End of session

ESONT

11.45 – 12.45

INTERNATIONAL FORUM

SATELLITE MEETING

Special Cases with Contact Lenses

A satellite meeting for ESONT delegates will take place at lunchtime on Sunday. See page 165 for details.

Room A5 Chairpersons:

N. Astyrakakis GREECE M. Cargnoni ITALY

11.45

N. Astyrakakis GREECE Fitting special lenses

12.00

L. Karageorgiadis GREECE Special contact lens cases: from high ametropias to irregular cornea and prosthetic rehabilitation

12.30 Discussion 12.45

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ESONT MEETING

11.00 – 12.30

ESONT SYMPOSIUM Toric and Multifocal Intraocular Lenses Room A4 Chairpersons:

S. Albrecht SWEDEN L. Tomlin UK

11.00

N. Reus THE NETHERLANDS Astigmatism and formulae

11.15

A. Behndig SWEDEN Toric intraocular lenses

11.45

A. Panico ITALY Routine use of low toricity IOLs

12.00

A. Mearza UK Use of multifocal lenses

12.15 Discussion 12.30

End of session

ESONT POSTER COMPETITION 2018 eTerminals are located in the Poster Village The winner of the 2018 Poster Competition will be announced at the beginning of the ESONT Symposium on Monday 24 September at 11.00 in Room A4 C. Bouza SPAIN Keratocyte density analysis after LASIK surgery assisted by femtosecond lasers S. Heemraz UK To improve operational efficiency and patient satisfaction by strategic workforce planning in a busy London Ophthalmology Centre G. Laucirica SPAIN The mystery of the cornea D. Sullivan-Mackenna UK A hub-and-spoke model for delivery of high volume femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery G. Tind DENMARK How to further develop a success? A qualitative study of patients undergoing cataract surgery in a fast-track public out-patient clinic

ESONT ANNUAL GALA DINNER Sunday 23 September 20.00 Cost per person: €25 (plus VAT) Sound of Vienna Johannesgasse 33 1010 Wien Austria

ESONT

MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER

Meet with your international friends and colleagues at the annual ESONT gala dinner to experience an evening of Austrian music and cuisine. Enjoy a performance of classical masterpieces from Strauss and Mozart in the Lanner Hall of the Kursalon, followed by a delicious 3 course dinner in the beautiful surroundings of the Restaurant Johann. Ticket includes: welcome drink, ticket to the concert, concert programme and 3 course dinner. 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 personalisation, formula selection, keratometry for both monofocal and toric implants, standardisation 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: Haag-Streit, Keeler, Quantel Medical, Sonomed Escalon and Zeiss.

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 utilised. 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 sulcusto-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: Keeler, Quantel Medical and Sonomed Escalon.

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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 - Sterilisation • Guidelines for disinfection and sterilisation

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 SCHEDULE Saturday 22 September E01

08.30 – 12.30

Biometry & IOL calculations for refractive cataract surgery

Free

Lehar 5

E02

10.00 – 12.00

Refractive surgery for ophthalmic personnel (Part 1 – Theory)

Free

Lehar 2

E06

10.30 – 12.30

Optical coherence tomography for ophthalmic personnel

Free

Stolz 1

E03

14.30 – 18.30

B-Scan ultrasound of the anterior & posterior segments

Free

Lehar 5

E08

14.30 – 16.00

Infection control

Free

Stolz 2

Free

Lehar 4

Sunday 23 September E10

10.30 – 12.30

Visual fields for ophthalmic personnel

WETLAB SCHEDULE Saturday 22 September 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

E07

13.00 – 15.00

Refractive surgery for ophthalmic personnel (Part 2 – Practical)

€50

Wetlab room 3

€50

Wetlab room 4

Sunday 23 September E09

09.30 – 11.30

Slit lamps for ophthalmic personnel

Course Faculty Course Number

Course Number

M. Acebal SPAINE08

S. Panagopoulou GREECEE07

N. Astyrakakis GREECE

E02, E07

D. Portaliou GREECEE02

V. Diakonis GREECEE02

F. Rowe UKE10

M. Kynigopoulos SWITZERLAND

A. Santos PORTUGAL 

E04, E05

A. Lee UKE09

E06

C. Skatharoudi GREECEE02

D. Liakopoulos GREECEE02

I. Vastardis SWITZERLAND

E04, E05

C. Lledo​ SPAIN 

R. Waldron USA

E01, E03

E08

I. Pallikaris GREECEE02

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 167

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GENERAL INFORMATION Venue

Cafés and Restaurants

Entrance A, Reed Messe, Vienna

Refer to Congress Centre Map

U-Bahn Subway: Line U2 Station: Messe/Prater

Cloakroom Location: Foyer A, Level -1

Currency

CME Credits

The official currency of the Congress 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 Congress Organisers.

Opening Hours Registration Location: Foyer A Thursday 20 September

12.00 – 19.00

Friday 21 September

07.00 – 18.30

Saturday 22 September

07.00 – 18.30

Sunday 23 September

07.00 – 18.30

Monday 24 September

07.30 – 18.30

Tuesday 25 September

07.30 – 18.30

Wednesday 26 September

08.00 – 13.30

Location: Lehar/Strauss Rooms Thursday 20 September

12.00 – 19.00

Friday 21 September

07.00 – 18.00

Saturday 22 September

07.00 – 18.00

Sunday 23 September

07.00 – 18.00

Monday 24 September

07.00 – 18.00

Tuesday 25 September

07.00 – 18.00

Wednesday 26 September

07.30 – 11.00

Exhibition

GENERAL INFORMATION

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.

Each delegate should contact his/her national CME body directly in order to claim their credits for the Congress.

Device Charging Stations Refer to Congress Centre Map

EBO Accredited Courses • Refractive Surgery Didactic Course • Workshop on Visual Optics • Instructional Courses: 01, 25, 38, 39, 44, 46, 48, 58, 59, 65, 69, 93, 99, 102, 116

Location: Halls B & C Friday 21 September

09.00 – 17.00

Saturday 22 September

09.00 – 17.00

Sunday 23 September

09.00 – 17.00

Monday 24 September

09.00 – 17.00

Tuesday 25 September

09.00 – 17.00

ATM Refer to Congress Centre Map

Boarding Pass & Internet Stations

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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 CreditsTM. Information on the process to convert EACCME® credit to AMA credit can be found at www.ama-assn.org/education/earn-credit-participationinternational-activities.

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.

Speaker Check-In Room

Refer to Congress Centre Map

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.

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: Stolz 1 Tuesday 25 September, 13.15 Open to ESCRS Members only.


GENERAL INFORMATION ESCRS Resource Centre

Lost & Found Items

Location: Hall B, Booth B501

Please check at the Registration Desk in Foyer A for any lost items.

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 2018

Multi-Faith Prayer Room Location: Hall C Refer to Congress Centre Map

ORBIS International Medal

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 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.

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 ‘Do We Need A Randomised Controlled Clinical Trial in Cataract Surgery?’

The winner of the medal will be announced during the ORBIS Symposium on Monday 24 September from 13.00 – 14.00 in Stolz 1.

The prize will be presented during the Video Awards Session on Sunday 23 September, 14.15 – 16.15 in Room C1.

First Aid Location: Halls A, B & C

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi is available free of charge throughout the congress centre. Network: Vienna2018 Password: EYLEA57

Kuoni Hotel Desk

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location: Registration Area

Join the Conversation in Vienna #ESCRS18 Stay connected to 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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ESCRS would like to thank the following sponsors for their support:

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER

13.00 – 14.00

Lunchtime Symposia

Pentacam® AXL and Corvis® ST: Taking Cataract and Refractive Surgery to the Next Level

13.00 – 14.00 Rationalization of Prescriptive Behaviors in Ophthalmology for the Containment of Antibiotic Resistance Stolz 2 Moderators:

F. Bandello ITALY B. Malyugin RUSSIA

Strauss 3 Moderators:

F. Hengerer GERMANY C. Roberts USA

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

Mastering Toric IOLs – Preoperative Pearls & Practices for Post-Operative Success

Dry Eyes – Targeted Treatment as a Key to Satisfied Patients

Lehar 4

Strauss 1 Moderator:

P. Steven GERMANY

Moderators:

B. Dick GERMANY O. Findl AUSTRIA

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

The Power of Low Energy Strauss 2 Moderator:

T. Seiler SWITZERLAND

The Future of Vision from the Leaders in IOL Innovation SATELLITE SYMPOSIA

Moderator:

M. Töteberg-Harms SWITZERLAND

13.00 – 14.00 Ocular Surface Disease EACCME Accredited

Lehar 1

Sponsored by

Lehar 2

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

Moderator:

MicroPulse® Technology: Latest Trends in Laser Treatment Choices for Glaucoma and Retina

M. Tetz GERMANY

Room A6 Moderators: B. Cochener FRANCE J. Hjortdal DENMARK

Supported by an independent medical education grant from:

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME SATURDAY 22 SEPTEMBER

SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER

Evening Symposia

Lunchtime Symposia

18.15 – 19.45 Cross-Linking Grand Rounds: Innovative New Treatment Options Stolz 2 Moderator:

R. Rajpal USA

12.30 – 14.00 Presbyopia and Toric IOL Correction EACCME Accredited

Room A6 Moderators: T. Kohnen GERMANY D. Koch USA

Sponsored by

Supported by an independent medical education grant from:

The New CyPass Ultra System®: One Step Closer to Safe, Consistent and Long-term IOP Control for your POAG Patients with Cataract Lehar 4

Sponsored by

L. Au UK

13.00 – 14.00 Glaucoma Treatment: From Eye Drops to Surgical Intervention, When and What to do? Room C3 Moderator:

I. Stalmans BELGIUM

Sponsored by

Multifocality in Comparison – Clinical Results and 3D-Visualization of Trifocal and “EDOF” IOLs Room C2 Moderator:

SATELLITE SYMPOSIA

Moderator:

S. Srinivasan UK

Sponsored by

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER

13.00 – 14.00

Lunchtime Symposia

Rayner: Leading the Way to Offer More Patients a Trifocal Solution: Surgeon Panel Discussion on RayOne Trifocal and New Sulcoflex Trifocal

13.00 – 14.00 Navigating Laser Vision Correction in 2018 – Tailored Patient Treatment Approaches Room A2 Moderator:

Moderators: D. Breyer GERMANY

O. Findl AUSTRIA M. Amon AUSTRIA

Sponsored by

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MINI WELL READY – EDOF IOL by SIFI: Latest International Clinical & Scientific Updates Strauss 2 Moderator:

Room A5

G. Auffarth GERMANY

Management of the Ocular Surface in Ocular Surgery Lehar 1 Moderator:

B. Cochener FRANCE

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

Climbing the Next Peak: Enhanced Technologies to Take your Patients to the Next Level Strauss 3 Moderator:

K. Gundersen NORWAY

Optimizing your Clinical Practice with OCT and OCT-Angiography Lehar 2 Moderator:

V. Borderie FRANCE

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

SATELLITE SYMPOSIA

Smart Technologies for Today’s Surgical Practices Room A7 Moderator:

S. Morselli ITALY

Gonioscopy: A Revival – Witness a New Chapter in History Lehar 3 Moderator:

C. Traverso ITALY

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

Pearls for Improved Refractive Outcomes with Cataract Surgery Stolz 1 Moderator: Sponsored by

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME 13.00 – 14.00

MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER

All You Ever Wanted to Know About the Leading Cause of Dry Eye and Never Dared to Ask

Lunchtime Symposia

Room A4 Moderators:

F. Carones ITALY M. Teus SPAIN

13.00 – 14.00 Advancing Cataract Surgery with the Minimally Invasive Approach Leveraging Alcon Technologies Strauss 3

Sponsored by

Moderator:

R. Ruiz-Mesa SPAIN

Sponsored by

Complex Cataract Cases, The Simple Truths Strauss 1 Moderator:

R. Osher USA

Shedding Light on the Management of Dry Eye Disease Strauss 2

Sponsored by

Moderator:

N. Maychuk RUSSIA

Sponsored by

Streamlining Efficiency in Your Operating Room and Surgical Practice Lehar 4 Moderator:

Dry Eye Disease and Intraocular Surgical Outcomes Room C2 Moderator:

M. Acebal SPAIN

B. Cochener FRANCE

Sponsored by

Sponsored by

Achieving Precise Refractive Outcomes with Biotech Premium IOLs Evening Symposium 18.15 – 19.45

Room A2 Moderator:

B. Toygar TURKEY

SATELLITE SYMPOSIA

SUNDAY 23 SEPTEMBER

Sponsored by

INFOCUS – 2 Minutes to Enhanced IOL Experience! Debating the Topics Most Important to Your Practice Strauss 3 Moderators:

A. Brezin FRANCE S. Al-Messabi UAE

Sponsored by

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EUROTIMES SATELLITE EDUCATION PROGRAMME MONDAY 24 SEPTEMBER Lunchtime Symposia 13.00 – 14.00 The Great Debate: Phaco Versus Manual Small Incision Non-Phaco Cataract Surgery in the Developing World Stolz 1 Moderator:

Lehar 3 R. Bellucci ITALY M. Hawlina SLOVENIA

A New Perspective in Dry Eye Treatment: The Role of Coenzyme Q10 Lehar 1 S. Ahmad UK

Sponsored by

SATELLITE SYMPOSIA

the eye health company

Innovative Solutions for Presbyopia and Refractive Errors Lehar 4 Moderators:

Sponsored by

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Moderator:

L. Baydoun GERMANY

Sponsored by

Optimising Combination Therapies and Modern MIGS for Early to Advanced Glaucoma Room A6 Moderator:

Sponsored by

Moderator:

Stolz 2

13.00 – 14.00

The World’s First Sinusoidal Trifocal IOL, Acriva Trinova: A Novel Approach to Trifocal IOL Technology

Challenging Conventional Wisdom in Anterior Surgery

R. Walters UK

Sponsored by

Moderators:

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EXHIBITION

167


ESCRS Lunchtime Symposium

MicroPulse® Technology: Latest Trends in Laser Treatment Choices for Glaucoma and Retina Saturday, 22 September

Marc Toeteberg, MD, FEBO Switzerland

Sandra Siemiski, MD United States

Glaucoma MicroPulse CPC Glaucoma Treatment and Patient’s Profiles: University of Zurich Experience Marc Toeteberg, MD, FEBO

Glaucoma MicroPulse P3 Procedure for Various Glaucoma Patients: Going Beyond Late Stage Disease Sandra Siemiski, MD

13:00-14:00

Matteo Forlini, MD Italy

Room Lehar 2

Boris Stanzel, MD, FEBO Germany

Retina Successful MicroPulse Treatment for Macular Edema in Retinal Vein Occlusion Matteo Forlini, MD

Retina MicroPulse Laser Induced Macular Remodeling After ILM Peeling in Full Thickness Macular Holes Boris Stanzel, MD, FEBO

Trade-in and limited-time specials available Booth C501 • iridex.com/escrs • info@iridex.com © 2018 IRIDEX. All rights reserved. IRIDEX, the IRIDEX logo, MicroPulse, the MicroPulse logo, and Cyclo G6 are trademarks or registered trademarks of IRIDEX. AD0188.A 07.2018


ATM

CONGRESS CENTRE

Restaurant

HALL D

LEVEL 1

Mozart Room

D5

D1

Metro Stop U2 - Krieau

ENTRANCE D

D4

C1

C2

Prayer Room Boarding Pass Printing

EXHIBITION ESCRS Resource Centre B501

Strauss 2

Business Recording Suite 3 Studio

HALL B GALERIE ROOMS

To Level 1

EXHIBITION

Lehar 4

C3

Lehar 3

C4

Strauss 1

D2

D3

Lehar 2

Device Charging Stations

Lehar 5

HALL B

Wetlab Rooms 1â&#x20AC;&#x201C;6

Lehar 1

HALL C

Stolz 2

HALL D

Speaker Check-In

To Level 0

Stolz 1

ATM

A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

TION REGISTRA

Poster Village

HALL A

Metro Stop U2 - Messe Prater

EN

N A TR

A CE

LEVEL 0

CONGRESS CENTRE

169

Strauss 3


EXHIBITION HALL C HALL C Device Charging Stations ACCESS HALL B

C337

C527 C526

C419

C334 C333

C332

C241 C239 C241

C237 C238

C524 C525

C329 C330 C331

C234

C230

C621

C621A C620

C523 C522

C328 C327 C326

C232

C209

C210 C208

C306

C207 C206

C106

C204

C205 C203

C105

C402

C302 C301

C400 C401

ACCESS HALL B

C202

C300

C102

C103

C104

C100 C101

170

C107A C107

C211

C108B C108A C108

C213

C501

C403

C500

C311 C307

C303

C503

C310 C308

C305 C304

C601

C502

C405 C404

C504

C505

C602

C314 C313 C312

C222

C408 C407 C406

C507 C508

C412 C411

C409 C410

C606 C607

C315 C316 C317

C223

C212 C215

C511 C512

C414 C413

C309

C514 C513

C510 C509

C603

C321 C322 C323 C320 C319 C318

C516 C515

C609 C608

C605 C604

C417

C611

C517

C612

C416 C415

C228

C214

C615

C518

C229

C224

C614

C325 C324

C235

C219 C218 C217

C519 C518A

C236

C220 C221 C216

C520

C616

C242

C225

C619

C617

C243

C227 C226

C618

C418

Prayer Room

C335 C336

C241A C241A C240

LECTURE HALLS

C244 C245

C421 C422 C423

C506

LECTURE HALLS

C246

C528 C529

C623A C623

C600

EXHIBITION

C340 C339 C338

C531

Prayer Room

C426 C425 C424

C626

C622

C610

C1

C248

C532

C625 C624

C613

C2

C341 C342 C343

C247

C3

C427 C428 C429

C627

C530

C4

C628


EXHIBITION HALL B

HALL B

B514 B515 B516

B415 B414

B339

B102

B100

B101

ACCESS HALL C

B115

B104

B105

B201

B401 B303

B600

B106

B103

B304

B116

B203

B305

B307

B500

B306

B308

B309

B117

B310

B141

B311

B204

B114 B113

ELEVATED RESTAURANT

B205

B118 B111 B112

B313 B312

B131 B130 B129

B402

B315 B314

B405 B406

B119

B110 B107

B403

B408 B407

B122

B123

B120

B501 ESCRS Resource Centre

B404

B206

B125 B124

B109 B108

B502

B207

B128

B121

B409

B605

B208

B135

B126

B322

B209

B138

B127

B327

B318

B321

B326

B320

B316 B317

B330

B331

B319

B325

B410

B333

B335 B334

B328 B329

B504

B503

B411

B332

B335A B336

B324 B323

B505

B412

B507

B607 B606 B608 B609

B506

B413

B210

B132 B133 B134

B510

B508 B509

B603

B341 B340 B338

B136 B135A

B345 B344 B343

B337

ACCESS HALL A

B140

B137

B611

B604

B342

B513 B512 B511

B616

B610

B346 B347 B348

B139

B613

B517

B144

B416

B211

B617

B615

B614

B518

B417

B145

ACCESS CAFÃ&#x2030;

B400A B400

B301A B301

B300

B200

EXHIBITION

B619 ACCESS HALL C

B418

B213 B212

B350 B349

B351

171


EXHIBITOR LIST Blink Medical Ltd.

Hall B booth numbers begin with B Hall C booth numbers begin with C

Exhibitor

Booth Number

1stQ Deutschland GmbH

B207

2Eyes Vision S.L

C224

9GLENS® MEDICAL LTD.B505 A.R.C. Laser GmbH

B309

Aaren Scientific, Inc.

B317

ACMED CO., LTD.

C313

AcuFocus, Inc.

B310

Adaptica srl

C505

Aerie Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

C625

Aeon Astron Europe B.V.

B344

AJL OPHTHALMIC, SA

B211

akrusC413 AKtiveB607 AL.CHI.MI.A. S.r.l.

C301

Albert Heiss GmbH & Co. KG

B321

Albomed GmbH Germany

B121

ALCONB201 Alfa Intes

B320

Alimera Sciences Limited

C303

AllerganC500 ALSANZAC404 American Academy of Ophthalmology

B319

Amidia AG

B351

Anodyne Surgical

C517

APACRSB326 APPASAMY ASSOCIATES

B127

Aprofol AG

C217

ARCADOPHTAC212

EXHIBITOR LIST

ASCRS/EyeworldB325 ASICO LLC

B334

AST Products, Inc.

B329

AUROLABB113 Avedro, Inc.

B318

Avellino Labs

C619

b o n Optic

B108

BaiShun Medical Instrument Factory

C227

BAUSCH+LOMBB101 BAYERC600 Benz Research & Development

B137

BIOTECH HEALTH CARE HOLDING GMBH

B610

172

B112

Block Optic Ltd.

B609

Bohus BioTech AB

B345

BRASCRS – Brazilian Association of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons

B301A

BRUMABA GmbH & Co. KG

B122

Bürki inno med AG

B323

BVI Medical

B410

C.I.O.M. Srl

C312

CIMA Technology, Inc.

C304

Canon Europa N.V.

C205

CeGaT GmbH

C410

CenterVue SpA

C604

chongqing kanghuaruiming S&T Co.,Ltd.

C509

ChongQing SunKingdom Medical Instrument Co.,Ltd

C215

CILITA LLC

B312

CIMA Technology, Inc

C304

ContamacB128 CorneaGen (formerly known as SightLife Surgical)

B608

CRISTALENS INDUSTRIE

B119

CROMA PHARMA GMBH

C507

CRST Europe/Retina Today

C309

Crystalvue Medical Corporation

C324

CSO srl

B413

Daud Jee Mfg Co.

C219

DEVINE MEDITECH PVT LTD.

C414

DGH Technology, Inc.

B619

Diamatrix Ltd.

B314

Diopsys, Inc.

C614

D J Apple Lab

C310

DORC International

C204

Duckworth & Kent Ltd.

B118

E.Janach srl

B413

Eagle Labs

B507

EAGLE OPTICS PVT. LTD.

B313

®

ELLEGI MEDICAL OPTICS SRL

B407

EllexB304 Entod Research Cell UK Ltd.

B414

Epsilon USA

B506

ESASOC316 ESCRS Clinical Trends Survey

B501

ESCRS Resource Centre

B501

ESPANSIONE GROUP

C607

ESW Vision

B141

EURETINA Resource Centre

C300


EXHIBITOR LIST European Association for Vision and Eye Research - EVER

C108

INDO WEBAL

C323

EXCEL OPTICS (P) LIMITED

C314

Interact Medical

C332

Excelsius Medical® GmbH

C324

IOPtima Ltd.

C232

EYE LOVE KOREA

C239

IRIDEXC501

Eye Pharma

C305

iSTAR Medical sa

B513

Eye Technology Ltd.

B123

iVIS Technologies S.r.l.

C606

EyeKon Medical, Inc.

B511

JAMJOOM PHARMA

B333

Janach® srl

B413

Eyenuk, Inc.

C107A

Eyeol UK Ltd.

C624

JETTC523

EyeYon Medical

C331

John Weiss & Son Ltd.

B311

FARMIGEA SRLC520

Johnson & Johnson Vision

FB VISION SRL

C240

JP Medical Publishers

C101

FCI S.A.S.

B400

Kai Europe GmbH

B338

Frastema S.r.l.

C401

Karger Publishers

C402

Freedom Ophthalmic Pvt., Ltd.

C225

Karl Kaps GmbH & Co. KG

C415

Freudenberg Medical Europe GmbH

C220

Katalyst Surgical™, LLC

C102

Frey S.J.

C209

KatenaB107

GAMMA VISION Gaush Medical Corporation

B418, C409 C308 B335A

Keeler Ltd.

C612

KHOSLA SURGICAL IND.

C210

KIDE Systems

C412

Gebauer Medizintechnik

B503

KITE HELLAS NOVAX PHARMA

C329

Gemma Medical AG

B351

Konan Medical USA, Inc.

B328

Geuder AG

B102

KORYOEYETECH CO.,LTD.

C516

Glaukos Corporation

B330

Kowa Optimed Deutschland GmbH

B305

Guangdong Fortune Newvision Optoelectronics Ltd.

C334

Kowa Pharmaceutical Europe Ltd.

B300

HAAG-STREIT GROUPB311

Kuwait Specialized Eye Center

C513

HAAG-STREIT SURGICAL GmbH

B311

Laboratoires Théa

B205

HAAG-STREIT UK

B311

LacriveraB504

HANGZHOU MOCULAR MEDICAL

C223

LAMBDA-X S.A.

B130

Hangzhou Singclean

C236

LCA PHARMACEUTICAL

B343

Hanita Lenses

B518

Leica Microsystems

C504

Heidelberg Engineering

B603

LenstecB125

HEINE Optotechnik

B517

LIFELINE MEDICAL DEV. PVT LTD.

HORUS PHARMA

C601

Light for the World

HOYA Surgical Optics GmbH

B209

LIGHTMEDB117

B212 Foyer A

HS DOMS INTERNATIONAL

B311

LKC Technologies

HumanOptics AG

B106

LumenisC510

Huvitz Co., Ltd.

B144

LumiThera, Inc.

C608

Icare Finland

B331

Luneau Technology

B336

ifa systems AG

B613

M&S Technologies

B315

Imagine Eyes

C406

MacuLogixC623

C216

I-MED Pharma, Inc.

C621

Madhu Instruments Pvt Ltd.

C407

i-Medical Ophthalmic International

B110

MANI, INC.

B140

Inami & Co., Ltd.

B114

MDT POLAND

B116

INCYTO CO., LTD.

C235

MECCANOTTICA MAZZA S.R.L.

C302

173

EXHIBITOR LIST

FRIMEN CO.,LTD.

B500


EXHIBITOR LIST MEDA Co., Ltd.

B515

OMNI LENS PVT LTD.

Medennium, Inc.

C311

OPHTECB402

EXHIBITOR LIST

Media Mice

C518A

B145

Ophtechnics Unlimited

B341

Medicel AG Swiss Technology for Surgery

B307

Ophthalmology Times Europe

C241

Medicare HTM International 

C519

Ophthalmo Pro GmbH

B133

MEDICONTUR INTERNATIONAL

B208

OPTICO LTD.

B508

Medimaging Integrated Solution, Inc.

C618

Optimal Saglik Ltd. Sti.

B509

MEDINSTRUS UAB

C417

Optimed®B332

MediphacosB617

OPTITECH EYECARE

C518

MED-LOGICS, INC.

B316

OPTOMED OY (LTD.)

C506

MedOne Surgical, Inc.

C100

OPTOPOL Technology

C306

MERIDIAN AG

B323

Optos plc

C503

MetrovisionC411

Optotek Medical

C605

Microspecialties, LLC

C230

OptovueB203

MicroSurgical Technology

B324

Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH

C315

Microtrack Surgicals

C319

Peschke Trade

B339

Millennium Biomedical, Inc.

B120

pfm medical ag

B124

MİRAY MEDİKAL

C104

PHAKOSC307

MLase AG

C318

Phoenix ICON

C609

MoptimC602

PhysIOLB105

MORCHER GmbH

B126

Plusoptix GmbH

B606

MORIA SA

B204

Preceyes BV

C238

Mynosys Cellular Devices, Inc.

C206

Presbia PLC

B200

Natus Newborn Care

C508

Prescott’s, Inc.

C317

NEITZ INSTRUMENTS CO.,LTD.

B114

PRICON-ISCON SURGICALS LIMITED

C222

Network Medical Products

B348

QUANTEL MEDICAL

B103

NETWORK TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

C226

Ray Vision

B406

New Vision Meditec Co., Ltd.

C321

RaynerB409

New World Medical

B308

Refocus Group, Inc.

Next Sight

C622

Reichert Technologies

NIDEK CO., LTD.

B303

Remidio Innovative Solutions

NIIOSC514

Reper-NN Ltd.

Nordset GmbH & Co.KG

RESONO OPHTHALMIC SRL

B138

B408 C616 C108A C322 C621A

NovartisC202

RET, Inc.

B139

NTCC211

Retina Implant AG

C237

OASIS Medical, Inc.

B301

Rexxam Co., Ltd.

C613

Ocular Instruments, Inc.

C103

RIGHT MFG. CO., LTD.

B108

Oculentis & Teleon

B403

RiniB136

OCULUS Optikgeräte GmbH

B404

RocheC400

OCuSOFTB111

ROLAND CONSULT Stasche & Finger GmbH

ODC Industries

C416

ROTLEX OPTICS

C408

ODC Medical

C416

RUCK GmbH

B109

OD-OS GmbH - Navilas

C207

Rumex International Co.

B306

Oertli Instrumente AG

B100

Santen SA

B206

Omesis Ophthalmic Medical Systems

C512

SAV-IOLB134

174

C213


EXHIBITOR LIST SBM Sistemi

C325

U.S. IOL.

B504

SCHWIND eye-tech-solutions

B605

UFSK-International OSYS

B415

SciCan Ltd.

C203

UK Implant Manufacturing Company Limited

C620

Second Sight Medical Products

C511

Ursapharm Arzneimittel GmbH

B611

SERVImed Industrial Spa

B129

VectorVision/Guardion Health

B342

SHAH EYE CARE PVT. LTD.

B350

Vesber Biotechnology Co., Ltd.

C335

VISIOMETRICS, S.L.

C522

SharpointB131

Vision Ophthalmology Group

C405

SHENYANG XINGQI PHARMACEUTICAL CO., LTD.

C617

VISUfarma B.V.

C502

Shire International

B335

Vitreq B.V.

B411

SIDAPHARMB416

Volk Optical, Inc.

C611

SIFIC603

VOPTICA S.L.

C403

Sihong Ophsurin Co., Ltd.

B347

Vortex Surgical, Inc.

C327

SOE 2019

B327

VRmagic GmbH

B349

Soleko S.p.A

B413

VSY Biotechnology

B510

SOMETECH INC.

C330

Wisepress Ltd.

C208

Sonomed Escalon

B340

World Glaucoma Association

C105

SOOFT ITALIA SPA

B616

Wuxi Vision Pro Ltd.

C229

SP.eye 

C515

YILMAZ MEDIKAL

B514

SPEEDWAY SURGICAL CO.

C328

YURATEK LTD STI

B615

STAAR Surgical

B104

ZEISS 

B401

Stephens Instruments

B504

Zhejiang Jingjia Medical Technology Co.,Ltd.

C524

Ziemer Ophthalmic Systems AG 

B502

Shanghai MediWorks

B135A

Sterimedix Limited

B132

STERLING ULTRA PRECISION

B614

SurgiCube International

C214

Surgistar, Inc.

B412

Surgitrac Europe

B213

Susruta Instruments Pvt. Ltd.

C221

SUZHOU KANGJIE MEDICAL, INC.

C320

Suzhou MicroClear Medical

C610

Takagi Europe Ltd.

B135

TEAC Europe GmbH

B516

Tecfen Medical

B512

ThironaC107 This - Think in System

C106

Tianjin Suowei Electronic Technology Co.,Ltd.

C615

TITAN MEDICAL LLC

B322

Titan Surgical LLC

B405

Tomey GmbH

B210

Topcon Europe Medical B.V.

B604

Tracey Technologies

B337

TRIOPTICS GmbH

C234

EXHIBITOR LIST

ThrombogenicsC228

TristelB346 Trusetal Verbandstoffwerk GmbH

B115

175


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INDEX A

Alfonso, J. 69, 134

Antono, D. 34

Alfonso-Muñoz, E. 116

Antonova, O. 119

Aalam, W. 88

Alharbi, S. 116

Anwar, D. 119

Abdalla, M. 88, 124

Alhemidan, A. 131

Anwar, M. 116

Abdalla, Y. 26

Ali, H. 39

Applegate, R. 20, 32

Abdelazeem, K. 61

Aliferis, K. 27

Aramberri, J. 24, 43

Abdel Aziz, M. 42, 77

Alió, J. 20, 43, 49, 65, 69, 80, 94, 129, 135

Araújo-Miranda, R. 52

Abdelghany, A. 119

Alió del Barrio, J. 67, 80, 99, 116

Arba Mosquera, S. 69, 65

Abdelhaliem, N. 119, 131

Aliyeva, S. 119, 129

Arbelaez, J. 97

Abdellah, M. 36, 92

Al-Khalifa, S. 131

Arbelaez, M. 46

Abdelmseih, M. 125

Allan, B. 57, 102

Arce, C. 40, 93, 105

Abdullah, O. 87, 111

Allen, F. 110, 125

Archer, T. 50, 89, 90, 99

Abdullayev, E. 119

Almeida, A. 41, 134

Arino, M. 119

Abegao Pinto, L. 125

Almendral-Gómez, J. 125

Armia, A. 28, 142, 150

Abelski, D. 46, 52

Al-Messabi, S. 165

Armstrong, B. 79, 133

Aboalazayem, F. 122, 124, 142

Al Moosa, A. 61

Arnalich, F. 79

Abou Samra, W. 119

Alnawaiseh, M. 125

Arnaudovski, Z. 132

Abozaid, M. 122

Al Obthani, M. 122, 139

Arora, A. 53, 125

Abri, A. 54

Alonso-Agesta, M. 119

Arora, V. 142

Abrishami, M. 97, 124

Alosaily, A. 91, 119

Arra, R. 25, 88, 142

Abroug, N. 131

Alpins, N. 38, 52, 73, 105

Arrondo, E. 29

Abulafia, A. 76

Alqahtani, A. 97

Arsan, A. 112

Acar, B. 52

Al Rabiah, S. 51, 73

Arshinoff, S. 29, 43, 50, 65, 101, 105

Acar, S. 136

Al-Rahman, O. 61

Artal, P. 18, 32, 94

Acebal, M. 152, 155, 165

Al Raqqad, N. 116

Arteaga, A. 122, 125

Achiron, A. 61, 99

Alsamnan, M. 131

Artells de Jorge, N. 142

Adenwala, A. 80, 129

Al-Shymali, O. 119, 142

Arzoallxhiu, H. 111

Adib-Moghaddam, S. 97

Alsmman, A. 103, 114, 133

Asami, T. 142

Afroozifar, M. 125

Alswailem, S. 119

Asena, L. 90, 131

Agarwal, A. 22, 28, 76, 105, 142

Altafini, R. 125

Ashar, J. 80, 81, 116

Agarwal, P. 21, 142

Altan, C. 125

Aslan, B. 14

Agarwal, S. 87

Altan-Yaycioglu, R. 80

Aslan, M. 112

Aghamollaei, H. 98, 116

Alvarez, M. 110

Aslanides, I. 131

Agrawal, N. 87, 142

Alvarez-Rementeria, L. 77

Aslankara, H. 102

Agrawal, O. 142

Alyamaç Sukgen, E. 78

Assaf, A. 38

Agrawal, P. 103

Alzeyadi, S. 119, 124

Assia, E. 22, 24, 34, 38, 43, 49, 54, 70, 76, 90, 105

Aguayo, A. 56

Amano, S. 122

Assouline, M. 50

Aguejas, R. 133

Amansakhatov, S. 67

Assylbekova, A. 131

Ahmad, M. 142

Amarnis, M. 152

Astaridewi, D. 114

Ahmad, S. 166

Amato, L. 92, 142

Astyrakakis, N. 152, 155

Ahmed, I. 69

Ambrosio, R. 24, 27, 36, 43, 65, 76, 105

Atanassov, A. 116

Ahmed Zein, H. 45

Amir-Asgari, S. 68, 81, 92, 129

Athanasiadis, I. 57

Ahuja, P. 35, 142

Amisano, A. 15

Au, B. 111

Akahoshi, T. 34

Amon, M. 54, 70, 71, 108, 164

Au, L. 14, 65, 90, 125, 163

Akata, F. 15

Amro, M. 133, 142

Akcam, H. 132

Amzallag, T. 86

Auffarth, G. 18, 62, 65, 69, 70, 73, 90, 94, 112, 142, 164

Akcetin, T. 115

Anand, N. 22

Aker, A. 62

Anderson, C. 60

Akkaya Turhan, S. 41

Ang, A. 57

Akova, Y. 15

Ang, M. 130

Alarcon, A. 137

Ang, R. 64, 68, 125

Alarfaj, K. 55

Angunawela, R. 15

Albou-Ganem, C. 46

Anisimov, S. 102

Albrecht, S. 153

Anisimova, N. 28, 45, 71

Al Dreihi, M. 92

Anisimova, S. 138

Alejandre-Alba, N. 119

Ankem, S. 137

Alexa, A. 132

Ansari, A. 142, 150

Alfaleh, H. 131

Ansari, E. 115 Antolin, D. 142, 150

Alfayez, M. 74

Avila, L. 123 Avoni, L. 142 Awwad, S. 81, 129 Ax, T. 64 Ayachit, S. 131 Ayati, A. 131 Ayaz, Y. 112 Aydin Akova, Y. 125

INDEX

Ayhan, Z. 122 Ayoubi, M. 63, 130

177


INDEX B

Beiko, G. 105

Brar, S. 38, 46, 51, 52, 142

Beliakouski, P. 136

Breen, M. 95, 113

Babayeva, B. 125

Belin, M. 24, 43, 65, 76

Brekelmans, J. 77, 93, 123

Bachmann, B. 22

Belkaid Benomar, A. 129

Brenner, L. 104

Badala, F. 38, 62, 66

Belkhadir, K. 125

Breyer, D. 27, 80, 164

Badaro, R. 142

Bellucci, C. 86

Brezin, A. 78, 165

Badoza, D. 36

Bellucci, R. 14, 20, 23, 38, 45, 54, 69, 70, 75, 90, 99, 166

Brezna, W. 136

Belmekki, M. 124

Bromand, N. 111

Badran, T. 125 Bagaglia, S. 35, 53, 93 Bagh, R. 119 Baghrizabehi, S. 131, 142 Bahar, I. 63 Bai, J. 139 Baig, K. 65 Baikoff, G. 43, 76 Bakas, D. 125 Bakshi, R. 27, 46 Balal, S. 45 Balalin, S. 67 Balendra, S. 21 Balestrazzi, A. 139 Balgos, M. 53, 72, 136, 142 Balidis, M. 57 Balta, Ö. 131 Bamdad, S. 116 Banayan, N. 67 Bandello, F. 162 Banerjee, S. 21 Bänninger, P. 35, 92 Bansal, A. 45, 116 Baptista, P. 55 Barabino, S. 29 Barbany, M. 14, 15 Barbara, A. 24, 81 Barcala Gosende, X. 72 Barequet, I. 79 Barisic, A. 48 Barisic, S. 103 Barrera, R. 93, 119 Barrett, G. 37, 38, 57, 65, 76, 78, 82, 142 Barsam, A. 28, 136, 150 Barton, K. 22, 29, 44, 50 Barut Selver, O. 116 Basti, S. 28 Bataille, L. 41, 81, 116 Batalina, L. 133 Batkov, Y. 104 Batlle Pichardo, J. 125 Bauer, N. 69 Baumann, C. 15 Baumhauer, I. 72 Baydoun, L. 14, 90, 119, 166 Bayer, N. 86

INDEX

Bayhan, H. 116, 129 Bayraktutar, B. 87 Beenakker, J. 86 Behera, P. 140 Beheregaray, S. 95 Behndig, A. 43, 96, 103, 136, 153

178

Belonozhenko, I. 39 Belov, D. 68 Beltz, J. 29, 57, 81 Ben Amor, H. 129 Benchekroun, S. 35 Benitez-del-Castillo, J. 125 Benito-Pascual, B. 42, 119 Benjamin, L. 15, 21, 69 Berlin, M. 125 Bernhart, C. 48, 136 Bezditko, P. 68 Bharti, S. 112 Bhasin, P. 133, 142 Bhattacharjee, S. 28, 112, 142

Brogelli, S. 45 Brožková, M. 104 Bubnova, I. 122, 126 Bucci Jr, F. 73 Budo, C. 15, 49, 50 Buratto, L. 82, 142 Burd, H. 19 Burk, L. 45 Burkhanov, Y. 25 Busin, M. 15, 29, 43, 44, 57, 81, 99, 103 Busttami, A. 110 Buusova Smeckova, K. 136 Buyukavsar, C. 68 Byun, Y. 91

Bhopi, J. 133 Bianchi, G. 133, 142 Bigdon, E. 24

C

Bille, J. 104

Cabanas, M. 130

Billotte, C. 14, 76

Cabrerizo Nunez, F. 119

Biraghi, L. 142

Cagini, C. 79, 91, 113

Birbal, R. 14, 47

Cai, Y. 123

Biro, Z. 24, 38, 43, 49, 65, 87

Calladine, D. 14

Biwer, H. 115

Camesasca, F. 99, 113

Bizrah, M. 80

Campana, F. 126

Blanckaert, J. 55

Campello Lluch, J. 130, 150

Blasetti, F. 111

Campos, P. 33

Bobat, H. 67

Camps, V. 51

Boccuzzi, D. 66, 78

Canabrava, S. 96, 143

Bodin, S. 111

Cañadas, P. 52, 63, 152

Bohac, M. 133

Canali, N. 126, 137

Böhm, M. 86

Can, E. 113, 123

Bolger, J. 15, 76

Can, I. 15, 56

Bolz, M. 136

Cañones, R. 102

Bonnet, C. 114

Canovas, C. 49

Bonzano, C. 125

Cantagalli, A. 129

Borah, N. 131

Cantemir, A. 98, 116

Borderie, V. 164

Caparas, V. 64

Borkenstein, A. 62, 110

Caporossi, A. 143

Borkenstein, E. 136

Carceller Guillamet, A. 126

Borroni, D. 138

Cargnoni, M. 152

Borthakur, A. 15, 65, 69

Carlevale, C. 99

Bostanci Ceran, B. 29, 40, 55, 129

Carneiro de Freitas, R. 119, 143

Boulhen, Y. 115

Carneiro, I. 52

Bouone, C. 15

Carones, F. 36, 49, 50, 99, 105, 165

Bournoutou, S. 128

Carp, G. 43, 50, 56

Boutin, T. 65

Carreras Dias, H. 65

Bouza, C. 152, 153

Carvalho Jr., D. 143

Bovet, J. 38, 43, 65

Castanera, J. 65 Castignoles, F. 135

Bovone, C. 15, 57, 81, 119 Braga, J. 133

Ceausescu, A. 115


INDEX Celebi, A. 21, 116, 143

Coelho, J. 77, 95

Dervenis, N. 111, 114

Cendelin, J. 143

Colliga, C. 117

Dexl, A. 18

Cennamo, M. 113

Conrad-Hengerer, I. 111, 126

Dhanapal, P. 120, 143

Cerviño, A. 111

Cordoves, L. 50

Dhar, M. 126

Cesario Pereira, N. 47, 120

Corrales Benitez, A. 53

Dhariwal, M. 77

Chaidaroon, W. 117

Corson, S. 50

Diakonis, V. 29, 55, 81, 155

Chakrabarti, A. 15, 22, 24, 38, 43, 143, 150

Cortina, M. 14, 29

Diandomba, A. 114

Chan, C. 38

Cosar, B. 15

Diaper, C. 138

Chan, E. 57

Coskunseven, E. 122

Díaz Céspedes, R. 117

Chan, H. 126

Costa, J. 64

Dick, B. 64, 70, 162

Chan, T. 50

Coutts, S. 143

Dickman, M. 14, 18, 21, 23, 47

Chanbour, W. 123

Crandall, A. 22, 50, 65

Dimitrakas, P. 111

Chandapura, R. 81

Craven, R. 61, 90

Dimitry, M. 37

Chandramouli, S. 81, 114, 143

Crenguta, F. 113

Dirisamer, M. 38, 56

Chang, D. 22, 24, 29, 54, 76

Crewe-Brown, W. 138

Ditzen, K. 15

Chang, J. 105

Cummings, A. 24, 38, 60, 73, 88, 99, 105

Dmitriew, A. 15, 57

Chao-Shern, C. 63

Cutolo, C. 126

Dolz Güerri, F. 26

Chatterjee, S. 115

Cywinski, A. 114, 132

Donate, D. 88, 89

Chaudhary, R. 21

Czajka, M. 96

Dönmez, O. 117

Chaudhary, S. 115, 143, 150

Donnenfeld, E. 44, 61, 76, 78

Chee, S.P. 34, 105, 69

Donoso Rojas, R. 117

Chen, M. 117 Chen, S. 40, 111 Chen, X. 37 Chen, Y. 74 Cheon, H. 150 Cheong, F. 48 Chew, A. 126 Chiba, N. 111 Chichua, G. 78, 143 Chidre, S. 63 Chirapapaisan, C. 143 Chirapapaisan, N. 143 Chiu, A. 26 Chlasta-Twardzik, E. 39 Cho, C. 56 Cho, P. 18 Choe, H. 93 Choi, C. 136 Choi, J. 134, 143 Choi, S. 117, 135 Chong, P. 115

D

Dorairaj, S. 15, 24, 126

Dabad Moreno, J. 26

Drake, P. 130

Dabas, S. 132 Dafgard-Kopp, E. 50 Dalal, R. 63, 143 Danca, C. 131 Daniel Raj Ponniah, L. 14, 28, 77, 78, 143 Dapena, I. 90 Daphna, O. 80, 120 Darcy, K. 81 Das, A. 48 Davari, M. 134 Davidson, A. 21 Daxer, A. 72, 117 Day, A. 71, 94, 102 Daya, S. 22, 24, 51, 57, 60 Debellemanière, G. 95 de Benito-Llopis, L. 15 de Casas, A. 143

Dorronzoro Ramirez, E. 135 Dua, H. 38, 43 Duch Mestres, F. 139 D’Ugo, E. 113 Dunai, A. 62 Dunker, S. 47 Dupps, W.J. 43, 44, 57, 65 Dupre Peláez, M. 63 Duras, I. 51 Dursun Altinors, D. 131 Dushina, G. 45 Dutchin, I. 139 Dvali, M. 81, 102, 114 Dvalishvili, A. 110, 125 Dyda, W. 110 Dzhaber, D. 39, 79 Dzhashi, B. 114

De Damas Mateache, B. 77 Dehghani, S. 78 Dekaris, I. 15, 71

E

de la Cruz, J. 29

Economou, M. 26

De La Llama, A. 152

Edakhlon, S. 56

De La Pena, W. 78

Edo, A. 131

Delgado Arellano, D. 150

Egorova, A. 136

Dementiev, D. 134

Egorova, E. 91

Demircan, S. 91, 143

Elalfy, M. 120, 122

Demirkaya, N. 132

Elashri, M. 126

Demirok, A. 120, 124

Elbedewy, H. 143

Den, S. 24

El Danassoury, A. 22, 50, 105

De Pablo Martin, C. 143

Eleftheriadou, M. 68

Cifariello, F. 117

De Pascale, I. 122

Elferink, S. 21

Cigales, M. 120, 150 Clinch, T. 64

Dergacheva, N. 53

Elghryany, N. 135

Derhartunian, V. 14, 60, 130

El Habbak, A. 120

Dermenoudi, M. 66

Elhardt, C. 129

De Rojas, V. 96

Elhawary, I. 126

Chong, W. 143 Choritz, L. 26 Chorro, E. 77, 103, 117 Choudhary, D. 120, 143 Choudhry, R. 45 Choudry, S. 125 Chranioti, A. 120 Chuang, Y. 114 Chung, B. 136 Chung, H. 92 Çiçek, A. 123

Cobo-Soriano, R. 92 Cochener, B. 18, 20, 23, 42, 49, 56, 69, 70, 71, 78, 82, 90, 105, 108, 162, 164, 165

INDEX

Cheema, M. 68

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INDEX Elhusseiny, A. 131

Finger, R. 23

Ghobashy, W. 113

Elies Amat, D. 24

Fioretto, M. 131

Ghoreishi, M. 86

Ellakkani, T. 91

Fischinger, I. 95

Ghosh, M. 28

El Maataoui, L. 56

Fogla, R. 29, 76

Ghyczy-Carlborg, E. 97, 137

El-Malah, M. 143

Fokin, V. 68

Giannopoulou, K. 129

El-Mayah, E. 63, 122, 124

Forlini, M. 15, 99

Giannoulis, D. 120

Elnayef, S. 134

Fournié, P. 36

Giasin, O. 131

Eloka, O. 111

Francis, M. 35

Gil, M. 25, 48

Elsaftawy, H. 123

Frantlová, L. 132

Gil Cazorla, R. 63, 117

Elsaied, H. 126

Freissinger, S. 61

Gillam, M. 111

Elsebaey, A. 36

Friedmann, E. 129

Gineva, N. 126

El-Shabrawi, Y. 54

Frings, A. 77

Ginis, H. 32, 94, 136

Elsheikh, A. 122

Frisina, R. 88

Gireesh, P. 100, 125

El Zalitni, N. 131

Frueh, B. 14, 22, 35

Giugno, S. 87

Eom, Y. 135

Fukasaku, H. 143

Gizzi, C. 68, 143

Epstein, D. 14, 15, 20, 24, 38, 76, 87, 94, 108

Fukuoka, S. 135

Glasser, A. 18, 32

Ermakova, O. 136

Glatz, W. 77, 101

Erol, M. 68

Goel, M. 140

Eskina, E. 80, 130 Espandar, L. 92 Espinosa Lagana, M. 55 Esteves Marques, R. 131 Evans, D. 60, 90 Evans, T. 29 Evren Kemer, O. 93

G

Goel, S. 28, 89, 143, 150

Gadgil, U. 115

Goggin, M. 37, 38, 50

Galal, M. 63, 126, 129 Galeev, T. 136 Gallardo, M. 45, 126 Ganapathi, C.A. 79 Gandhi, A. 87 Gandhi, N. 21, 124, 143

INDEX

F

Gandolfi, S. 108 Ganesh, S. 69, 77, 78

Fabian, E. 49, 73

Gangopadhyay, N. 65, 69

Faisal, R. 132

Ganguly, A. 28, 126

Falah, R. 150

Garces Monsalve, G. 131

Falasinnu, J. 100

Garcia, S. 14

Fan, C. 143

García-Domene, M. 92

Faria Correia, F. 65, 90, 97, 129

Garcia-Feijoo, J. 29, 126

Faria e Sousa, S. 123

Garcia-Gonzalez, M. 27, 48

Farooqui, S. 143

García-Montesinos, J. 72

Farouk, M. 115

Garcia-Valcarcel, B. 117

Farrag, A. 129

Garibotto, M. 91

Farvardin, M. 48

Garimoldi, P. 120

Favuzza, E. 125

Garrido Ceca, G. 130

Fawzy, K. 143

Gartaganis, P. 77

Fea, A. 44, 61, 65, 71, 90, 126

Garzo Garcia, I. 120

Fechin, O. 143

Garzón, N. 137

Fedor, P. 41, 89

Gatinel, D. 24, 32, 38, 49, 73

Feijoo, B. 71, 92, 95

Gauthier, L. 37

Feorster, J. 131

Gaytan-Melicoff, J. 24

Fernandes, M. 15, 65, 69

Gazzard, G. 61

Fernandes, T. 36

Geerards, A. 22, 29

Fernández, J. 55

Gelen, D. 41, 72

Fernández-Buenaga, R. 14

Gelman, E. 101

Fernández Meijide, N. 120

Georgiev, S. 126

Fernandez-Vega Cueto, L. 33 Ferreira, T. 37, 136

Gerstmeyer, K. 111

Figueiredo, G. 143

Gertnere, J. 63

Fijałkowska, G. 138 Fili, S. 126 Filipecka, I. 116 Findl, O. 18, 20, 21, 29, 42, 48, 54, 69, 71, 81, 94, 108, 162, 164

180

Gerten, G. 120 Ghabra, M. 132 Ghareeb, A. 80, 120 Gharra, M. 113 Ghinelli, E. 61

Goes, F. 48 Goh, E. 150 Goldberg, D. 19 Gonçalves, A. 117, 122 Goncharenko, O. 126 Gong, J. 132, 143 González del Valle, F. 143 Gonzalez-Lopez, F. 33 Goudie, C. 86 Gousia, D. 26 Goyal, P. 143, 144 Gozum, N. 114 Grabner, G. 20, 80, 94, 108 Grabska-Liberek, I. 126 Grandin, J. 120 Grentzelos, M. 40 Grieshaber, M. 15, 43, 61, 126 Grise-Dulac, A. 126 Gros-Otero, J. 102 Grzybowski, A. 73, 114, 134 Gualdi, L. 134 Güçlü, H. 101 Gudauskiene, G. 131 Güell, J. 20, 38, 43, 47, 71, 76, 82, 90, 94, 99 Guerra, P. 120 Guldenfels, Y. 62 Gül Ölke, K. 117 Gumus, K. 117, 129 Gundersen, K. 15, 113, 126, 164 Gunn, D. 100 Gupta, A. 111, 117 Gupta, G. 144 Gupta, P. 114 Gupta, S. 144 Guthrie, S. 45, 53 Gutierrez-Bonet, R. 35, 138


INDEX Hirnschall, N. 18, 20, 21, 29, 35, 44, 81 Hjortdal, J. 19, 20, 23, 36, 44, 65, 69, 94, 162

J

Haagdorens, M. 72

Hlaváčková, M. 52

Jackson, D. 66

Haddad, A. 111

Hložánek, M. 144

Jackson, M. 34, 40

Hafezi, F. 38, 50, 76

Hlushniou, I. 137

Hagen, P. 56

Ho, D. 100, 110

Hah, Y. 71

Hoffer, K. 43

Haigis, W. 43

Hoffmann, P. 29, 50, 86

Hajduga, M. 133

Holland, D. 51, 75, 136

Hajji, I. 87, 117

Holland, E. 76

Haldipurkar, S. 15, 43, 62, 76

Holland, S. 97, 105, 130

Halkiadakis, I. 122

Holzer, M. 136

Ham, C. 126

Holzer, S. 89

Ham, L. 14, 47, 90

Honan, B. 60

Hamada, S. 38, 103, 123

Hong, Q. 33

Hamid, A. 52, 80, 137, 150

Hong, S. 39

Hamza, M. 126

Horodynska, D. 120

Han, T. 46, 134

Hossain, P. 117

Handa, S. 67

Hou, C. 78

Hanemoto, T. 144

Hou, Y. 115

Hannan, S. 25, 73

Hoyos-Chacon, J. 134, 150

Hannush, S. 29, 38

Hristova, R. 117

Harasymowycz, P. 26

Hsu, H. 39

Harb, G. 61

Hu, L. 63

Hartwig, A. 104

Huang, J. 74, 88, 138

Hasani, H. 52, 130

Huang, Y. 113

Hasanova, R. 133

Hughes, P. 114

Hasegawa, Y. 138

Hüning, G. 15

Hashem, A. 123

Husain, R. 126

Hashemian, S. 25, 45, 134

Huseynli, S. 129

Hassan, K. 144

Hwang, H. 86

Hassan, Z. 130

Hawlina, M. 166 Hayashi, K. 45, 111 Hecht, I. 63 Heemraz, S. 153 Helvacioglu, F. 113, 140 Hemkeppler, E. 48 Heng, S. 111 Hengerer, F. 162 Henriquez, M. 53, 67, 90 Henry, Y. 100 Herber, R. 122 Herbst, T. 100 Hernandez, R. 39 Hernández Martínez, P. 138 Heroor, A. 144 Hervas Ontiveros, A. 126 Hervella, L. 73 Hienert, J. 95 Hildebrand, D. 14 Hill, W. 65, 76, 164 Hillenmayer, A. 96 Hipólito Fernandes, D. 27 Hiraoka, T. 71 Hirasawa, M. 138

Jadidi, K. 117, 132 Jain, A. 67, 144 Jain, R. 117, 120 Jain, V. 81 Jalalpour, M. 114 Jamison, A. 100 Janekova, A. 135 Jang, M. 135 Janiszewska-Bil, D. 120 Jankov, M. 139 Jansen, C. 43 Jarade, E. 139 Jasinskas, V. 15, 43 Jayarathna, A. 21, 120 Jerhotová, E. 139 Jeung, J. 117 Jhanji, V. 57 Ji, Y. 93 Jihen, B. 113 Jihong, Z. 46, 124 Jinagal, J. 114 Jirak, P. 14 João, M. 33 Johansson, B. 66 Jonas, A. 144 Jonker, S. 33 José, P. 89

Hauranieh, N. 138 Hawa, K. 129

Jacob, S. 14, 38, 50, 57, 60, 69, 77, 81, 103, 105,

120, 144

I

Jozic, L. 127 Jünemann, A. 127

Ibarz, M. 27, 132

Jung, Y. 136

Ibrahim, O. 69, 120

Jurado, N. 120

Igras, E. 89 Iliescu, M. 126 Imparato, R. 122 Infantes Molina, E. 47, 120 Iqbal, T. 111 Iradier, M. 144 Irfan, S. 80, 117 Irkec, M. 67 Isakova, O. 51 Ishchenko, V. 115 Iskakov, I. 120 Ismaili, I. 131

K Kachanov, A. 87, 139 Kachuriak, N. 40 Kagathra, P. 127 Kahraman, G. 15 Kalácska, R. 138 Kalamkar, C. 111, 127, 144 Kalayci, M. 68, 120 Kallel, S. 135

Ismail, M. 81

Kalužákov, A. 52

Ivarsen, A. 24, 89 Ivekovic, R. 117

Kam, J. 81

Izquierdo Jr, L. 98, 137

Kaluzny, B. 81 Kamble, S. 138 Kambo, B. 40 Kanai, M. 89 Kanclerz, P. 111 Kandil, H. 97, 130 Kanellopoulos, A. 22, 27, 50, 52, 76, 99, 102, 105, 144, 150 Kang, J. 93 Kang, K. 67

181

INDEX

H


INDEX Kang, M. 41

Kim, C. 74

Koul, A. 34

Kang, S. 117

Kim, E. 136

Kovalov, A. 129

Kang, T. 117

Kim, H. 117

Kozhukhov, A. 111

Kankariya, V. 74, 113, 123, 144

Kim, J. 48, 87, 144

Kranemann, C. 74, 124, 135

Kanonidou, E. 127

Kim, K. 136

Kremeshkov, M. 115

Kapania, H. 101

Kim, M. 78, 120, 125

Kreps, E. 35, 117

Kappos, N. 117

Kim, O. 130, 134

Kretz, F. 39, 49, 64, 144

Kapsala, Z. 127

Kim, T. 41, 78

Krogmann, F. 140

Kara, N. 144

Kiraly, L. 60

Kronschläger, M. 81, 87

Karabatsas, C. 41, 74

Kirgiz, A. 40

Krootila, K. 96

Karaca, E. 72

Kirilova, Y. 138

Krueger, R. 46, 65

Karadag, R. 67

Kirk, J. 56

Kruger, J. 36, 137

Karafyloglou, M. 131

Kishore, D. 127

Krumova, S. 133

Karageorgiadis, L. 152

Kivanc, M. 124

Kshetrapal, A. 28

Karakosta, E. 53

Kivanc, S. 56, 117

Ksiaa, I. 129

Karastatiras, G. 132

Kiyat, P. 89, 133

Kubrak-Kisza, M. 27

Karimjanova, N. 78

Klaas, D. 115

Kucharczyk-Pospiech, M. 115

Karimova, A. 46

Klaver, C. 18

Kucukkomurcu, E. 111

Karmona, L. 97, 117

Kleineberg, L. 79

Kuderka, I. 27

Karmoun, S. 123

Kleinmann, G. 19, 76, 87, 99, 144

Kudlu, K. 89, 92

Karthikappallil, J. 76

Klimesova, Y. 27

Kulikov, I. 34

Kashyap, B. 136

Kling, S. 40, 98

Kumar, V. 127

Kassumeh, S. 134

Klyce, S. 38

Kusa, B. 115

Kataeva, Z. 127

Knorz, M. 82

Kusumgar, P. 95

Katsanevaki, V. 20, 24, 80

Knutsson, K. 140

Kusumi, Y. 111

Katz, J. 135

Knyazer, B. 56

Kuznetsova, N. 139

Kaufman, R. 120

Kobashi, H. 74

Kwak, J. 75

Kavuncu, S. 133

Kocabeyoglu, S. 123

Kymionis, G. 20, 23, 50

Kawai, K. 77

Kocakaya, A. 124

Kynigopoulos, M. 155

Kaya, G. 113

Koch, D. 38, 69, 76, 81, 82, 163

Kaya Ünsal, S. 68, 86

Kodur, S. 15, 38

Kaynak, S. 50

Koerber, N. 15, 43, 127

Kazakos, D. 96, 134

Koh, S. 35

Kazemi, S. 53

Kohnen, T. 19, 20, 44, 55, 69, 70, 76, 81, 82, 89, 163

Labetoulle, M. 56, 91

Kojima, T. 41

Lace, I. 117

Kokareva, E. 91, 115

la Cour, M. 23

Kok Khiang, A. 48

Ladi, J. 144

Kolenko, O. 68

Lages, V. 111, 135

Kolesnitchenko, V. 136

Laginaf, M. 144, 150

Koller, T. 38

LaHood, B. 50, 81, 124, 144

Kołodziejski, Ł. 129

Laidlaw, A. 23

Konovalova, M. 137

Lakshmipathy, M. 56, 124

Konstantinidis, L. 65

Lalias, T. 127

Konstantopoulos, A. 80

Lammer, J. 98

Konstas, A. 108

Landim, G. 123, 130

Kontadakis, G. 105

Lane, S. 79, 127

Kontari, I. 24, 80, 92, 144, 150

Langer, J. 77

Kook, D. 14, 15

Lapid-Gortzak, R. 14, 25, 51, 71, 86

Kopayev, S. 110

Laube, T. 111

Koppen, C. 15, 22, 29

Laubichler, P. 93

Kopsini, D. 72

Laucirica, G. 152, 153

Kopylov, A. 130 Korenfeld, M. 19

Lawless, M. 63 Lazaridis, A. 27, 88

Kosior-Jarecka, E. 66 Kostenev, S. 123

Lee, A. 155 Lee, C. 127

Kostin, O. 88, 139

Lee, H. 47

Kostovska, B. 133, 134 Kothari, A. 91, 96, 115, 144

Lee, J. 78, 133

Ke, B. 33 Ke, Y. 82 Kearney, J. 43 Kęcik, D. 115 Kenia, V. 28, 122, 144 Kepez Yildiz, B. 124 Kern, C. 37 Kern, P. 140 Khaimi, M. 43, 127 Khairy, H. 74 Khaitrine, L. 144 Khalil, A. 144 Khalimov, A. 40 Khamar, P. 36, 65, 67, 144 Khan, S. 61 Khan, U. 114 Kharrat, M. 129 Khatib, Z. 21, 37, 127, 135, 144 Khochtali, S. 129

INDEX

Khodzabekyan, N. 130 Khokhar, S. 113 Khoo, L. 45, 117 Khoramnia, R. 77, 92, 96 Khoueir, Z. 14, 15, 24, 57 Kilic, A. 105

182

L Labuz, G. 49, 96, 137

Lee, M. 28, 75, 127, 144 Lee, S. 26, 56


INDEX Lee, Y. 111 Lenton, L. 86 Lenzhofer, M. 127 Leonardi, A. 57 Lesieur, G. 51, 57 Leucci, M. 90 Levinger, E. 135 Lewis, A. 111 Leydolt, C. 14 L’hirondel, N. 137 Liakopoulos, D. 155 Liang, E. 127 Liarakos, V. 81, 103 Liaska, A. 96, 138, 150 Liekfeld, A. 75 Likhorad, E. 139 Li, M. 24 Li, X. 114 Lim, D. 96 Lim, L. 23, 38 Lim, S. 22, 65, 127 Lim, W. 123 Lin, D. 74, 130 Linnola, R. 49 Lisa, C. 29, 90, 99, 103 Liska, V. 138 Little, B. 22, 43, 49, 54, 69 Liu, L. 134 Livesey, L. 39 Livny, E. 99, 120 Lledo, C. 155 Logothetis, H. 144 Loicq, J. 86 Lombardo, M. 98 Lopes, B. 81, 122 Lopes, D. 111 Lopes-Cardoso, I. 127 López Masegosa, A. 111 Lopez Valverde, G. 55 Lorente Bulnes, B. 53, 77 Loshkareva, A. 117 Low, A. 137 Lubatschowski, H. 19 Lubinski, W. 137 Luboń, W. 27, 68 Lucena, D. 91 Luceri, S. 111 Luft, N. 88 Lula, A. 115 Lundström, M. 71 Lutsenko, N. 115 Lyra, J. 43

M

Marukhnenko, A. 91

Ma, J. 135 Mach, R. 144

Masket, S. 65, 69, 76, 81

MacIntyre, R. 57

Matalia, H. 46, 118

Mackert, M. 62 Madi, S. 29, 81 Madrid-Costa, D. 120 Maedel, S. 87 Maeno, S. 89 Magdy, H. 61 Maguire, M. 96 Mahabir, M. 133 Mahajan, S. 113, 144 Mahdy, M. 127, 144 Mahendra, M. 45, 66 Mahmah, S. 26 Mahmoud, A. 26 Mahr, M. 53, 72 Mahuvakar, S. 36, 116 Mai, E. 73 Maichuk, N. 165 Maldotti, F. 150 Malecaze, F. 20, 23, 24, 43 Malgapu, M. 127 Malgin, K. 75 Malheiro, L. 137, 144 Malhotra, C. 118, 123 Malik, R. 70, 121 Malley, M. 60 Maltsev, D. 81 Malvankar-Mehta, M. 35 Malyugin, B. 21, 22, 32, 49, 54, 90, 94, 99, 100, 105, 108, 162, 166 Malyutina, E. 121 Malyutina, I. 111 Mamalis, N. 37, 39, 65 Mamtora, S. 100, 111 Manche, E. 52, 80 Manoilo, T. 129 Mansouri, K. 14, 24, 69, 127 Manurung, F. 103 March de Ribot, F. 26, 110, 144 Marcos, S. 32, 86 Marcovich, A. 24 Maria Carossa Veiga Jardim, C. 121 Marinho, A. 20, 24, 50, 69 Marino, L. 53 Marino, P. 68 Marques, M. 121 Martí Rodrigo, P. 145 Martínez-Abad, A. 122 Martinez De Aragon, J. 76 Martínez Lopez-Corell, P. 45 Martinez Osorio, H. 121 Martinez Perez, L. 27 Martinez-Rubio, C. 61 Martins, A. 75, 145 Marujo, F. 134

Maruszczyk, W. 121 Mastropasqua, L. 19 Mathen, M. 131, 145 Mathur, A. 81 Mathur, D. 46, 130 Matias, I. 132, 145 Matic, S. 113 Matsushima, H. 77 Mattei, P. 34 Mattioli, L. 121 Maurino, V. 57 Mavroudis, L. 116 Maychuk, N. 97, 121, 165 Mayer, W. 75, 81 Mazhry, Z. 113 Mazzotta, C. 50, 123, 145 McCulley, J. 57, 81 McDonald, M. 76 McGinn, P. 60 Mearza, A. 153 Medvedev, I. 132 Megur, B. 145 Megur, D. 15, 28, 38, 79, 113, 145 Mehra, A. 133 Mehta, C. 24, 38, 43, 69 Mehta, J. 73, 94, 98 Mehta, K. 24, 38, 43, 46, 65, 69, 130, 137 Meier, E. 115 Melki, S. 14, 105 Melles, G. 90 Mello Amaral, J. 27, 74 Melnyk, V. 101, 127 Menapace, R. 54, 76, 108 Méndez Martinez, S. 122 Menna Barreto, V. 133 Mennel, S. 54 Merceica, K. 65 Mermoud, A. 65, 69 Messmer, E. 29, 57 Mestanoglu, M. 139 Michel, P. 89 Mihaltz, K. 137 Mikek, K. 15, 22 Mikšovská, J. 134 Milisic, S. 123 Mimouni, M. 46, 115 Minami, K. 135 Mirasena, T. 118 Mirishova, M. 130 Mirmohammad, M. 40 Mirzaei, M. 123 Mishchenko, O. 40, 110, 112

INDEX

Lee, W. 124

Mitamura, M. 68 Mittal, V. 62 Mohan, R. 15, 38, 43 Mohan, S. 69, 118, 145

183


INDEX Mohr, A. 99

Nazarli, J. 70

Okonkwo, A. 78

Mokdad, I. 36

Nderitu, P. 100

Oliveira, M. 47

Molero, M. 121

Neffendorf, J. 87

Oliveira-Ferreira, C. 115

Monaco, G. 113

Nejabat, M. 133

Oliveira Lopes, B. 110

Monden, Y. 112

Nejat, F. 80

Olsen, T. 32, 81

Montan, P. 50

Němcová, I. 138

Omar, A. 121

Monteiro, T. 25, 90, 99, 102

Nemet, A. 63, 77

Om Parkash, R. 115

Montesel, A. 47, 51

Neo, Y. 101

Om Parkash, T. 52, 74

Moore, J. 63, 139

Neri Pires, G. 113, 138

Ondrova, N. 112

Morales, P. 112

Neuhann, T. 43, 76

Ong, S. 49

Moraru, O. 89

Neuhann, Th. 69

Ong-Tone, L. 100

Moreni, S. 113

Neves Cardoso, P. 33

Orenburkina, O. 51

Moreno Valladares, A. 127, 145

Ng, A. 14, 113

Ortiz, A. 118

Mori, Y. 77

Ng, J. 34, 110

Ortiz Cazal, J. 129, 134, 150

Morral, M. 14, 20, 24, 37, 64, 67

Nghiem, A. 100

Orts Vila, M. 116

Morrill, K. 60

Ngowyutagon, P. 150

Orucoglu, F. 139

Morris, R. 22

Nguyen Xuan, H. 137

Osher, R. 28, 38, 65, 76, 165

Morselli, S. 15, 21, 33, 44, 49, 90, 101, 164

Nichamin, L. 62

Oshika, T. 82

Mosavi, S. 118

Nicolae, M. 92

Osipova, N. 133

Mosca, L. 130

Ní Dhubhghaill, S. 14

Osman, K. 121

Mostafa, E. 89, 118

Nielsen, E. 100

Osman, M. 112

Mostafa, Y. 28, 145

Nielson Niels, N. 57, 62, 132

Osmani, N. 118

Mostafa Abdelrahman, A. 28

Niestrata-Ortiz, M. 53

Ota, Y. 137

Moura-Coelho, N. 61, 127

Ní Mhéalóid, Á. 145

Otero Areitio, N. 47

Moutsou, M. 132

Ninomiya, Y. 81

Ozcan, A. 112, 150

Moutzouri, S. 132

Nirde, A. 64

Ozek, D. 121

Mrochen, M. 24, 69, 99

Nischal, K. 69

Özer Stillman, İ. 35

Mrukwa-Kominek, E. 15, 25, 72, 79, 135

Nishi, O. 49

Ozmen, A. 114

Muez, S. 127

Nishi, Y. 51, 57

Muftuoglu, I. 110

Nitsche-Resch, M. 115

Mukherjee, A. 128, 145

Niu, L. 33

Mukunoki, K. 112

Nivean, P. 79

Mularoni, A. 137

Nobacht, S. 80

Muñoz, G. 15

Noble, W. 139

Mura, J.J. 78

Noguchi, A. 116

Murta, J. 76, 99

Noguchi, S. 135, 145

Mutlu, F. 15

Nosé, R. 139 Nour, M. 124 Novacek, L. 75

N

Novak, J. 28, 87, 110

Nabili, S. 118

Nowak, M. 132

Nagata, M. 112 Nagpal, A. 123, 139, 145 Nagy, Z. 34, 55, 69, 105, 128 Najjari Jamal, N. 150 Nakano, S. 51

Novytskyy, I. 128 Nowakowska, D. 110 Ntountas, Y. 50 Nubile, M. 19, 23 Nuijts, R. 18, 20, 23, 42, 48, 54, 65, 69, 75, 108

Nanavaty, M. 28, 57, 69, 76

INDEX

Napylova, O. 130

P Packard, R. 15, 21, 38, 49, 57, 69, 71 Packer, M. 25, 64 Pagoulatos, D. 128 Pahor, D. 116 Pahuja, N. 63, 65 Pajic, B. 24, 139 Palamar, M. 132 Palarie, N. 77 Palkovičová, E. 113 Palkovits, S. 53, 55, 68, 75, 81, 92, 152 Pallikaris, A. 18, 32 Pallikaris, I. 19, 24, 32, 57, 94, 155 Palmisano, C. 113 Palomino, C. 25, 95 Pamel, G. 22, 50, 76 Panagopoulou, S. 155 Pande, M. 104

Narang, A. 21

O

Nardi, M. 90

Oberheide, U. 25, 73

Panico, A. 55, 66, 78, 153

Narendran, K. 81

O’Brart, D. 22, 38

Pantalon, A. 116

Nassif, M. 87

O’Donnell, C. 104

Panthier, C. 86

Nassiri, N. 118, 123

Oellerich, S. 47

Papazacharia, A. 128

Nath, D. 116

Oh, J. 113

Parafita-Fernández, A. 145

Naumenko, V. 67, 121

Ohashi, T. 37

Pareja Aricò, L. 99

Naveed, H. 40

Ohta, T. 145

Parekh, J. 118, 140

Naveiras, M. 121

Okamura, C. 140

Paridaens, D. 50

Nazareth Parize Clemente, B. 132

Okolov, I. 132

Parija Dhall, S. 115, 138

184

Pangtey, M. 145


INDEX Park, B. 92

Popiela, M. 112, 116

Rau, M. 128, 135

Pasalic, A. 104

Portaliou, D. 155

Rauf, A. 112

Pashtaev, A. 145

Potkonjak, E. 139

Ravera, V. 121

Pastukh, I. 26

Poyales, F. 55

Ravilla, S. 87

Pastukh, U. 128

Pradas, J. 118

Ray, N. 28

Patel, D. 96, 128

Pradhan, K. 47

Razi-Khosroshahi, M. 72

Patel, R. 145

Prajapati, R. 128

Rebrikov, I. 75

Patel, S. 33

Prakash, G. 57

Rebrikov, S. 139

Patwardhan, S. 37, 134, 145

Praveen, S. 53

Recalde, J. 98

Paul, R. 140

Preußner, P. 95

Recchioni, A. 112

Pavel, M. 128

Price, M. 121

Reci, V. 129

Pavlenko, D. 88

Price Jr, F. 121

Reddy, A. 135

Peckar, C. 43

Primitasari, Y. 130

Refaat, N. 21

Pedrosa, C. 26, 41, 78, 88

Prinz, A. 15, 57

Reggiani Mello, G. 57

Pedrotti, E. 48

Prisant, O. 97

Rehman, S. 99, 104, 139

Pelit, A. 40

Pujol, O. 42

Reinstein, D. 50, 56, 69, 76, 145

Penadés Fons, M. 132

Pulchartova, K. 137

Reitblat, O. 55, 138

Peraza-Nieves, J. 14, 15, 118

Pusnik, D. 76

Reitsamer, H. 19, 57

Pereira, B. 152

Putri, C. 78

Rekas, M. 145

Pereira, S. 97, 145

Puy, P. 118

Renault, D. 78

Perera, S. 50

Puzo, P. 91

Reñones, J. 40

Perez, L. 112

Repar Kokalj, M. 88

Pérez, R. 102

Reus, N. 21, 22, 24, 43, 71, 153

Pérez Casaseca, C. 40 Pérez Gancedo, M. 145, 150 Pérez-Izquierdo, R. 80, 135 Peris Martínez, C. 77 Pershin, K. 128 Pertiwi, A. 118 Petkova, A. 92 Petric Vickovic, I. 116 Pfeifer, V. 14, 22, 24, 81, 104

Q

Reyes, J. 104, 145

Qin, B. 56

Rho, S. 128

Qin, V. 26, 41, 55, 89 Quesada, G. 135, 136 Quesnel, N. 130 Quinlan, R. 19 Quintero Palomino, A. 118 Quiroz Quiroga, M. 128, 131 Qureshi, M. 116

Rezar-Dreindl, S. 114 Ribeiro, F. 20, 21, 25, 37, 49, 55, 71, 95 Richard, G. 65 Richoz, O. 115 Riedl, J. 66, 87 Rinconcillo, V. 150 Rivero, T. 28, 145 Roberts, C. 20, 23, 24, 32, 38, 43, 65, 162

Pfeiffer, N. 29

Rodrigues, P. 36, 118, 121

Phylactou, M. 132

Rodrigues, T. 74

Picardo, V. 49 Pieh, S. 64, 70, 130 Pilon, A. 136 Pinchuk, S. 66 Pinero, D. 38 Piñero Llorens, D. 41, 42 Pini, S. 113 Pinyoseth, P. 129 Piovella, M. 24, 25, 49, 57, 64, 76, 105, 113, 114, 116 Piravej, N. 34 Pircher, N. 41 Pires, G. Neri 138 Pirhadi, S. 103 Pirogova, E. 87 Pisarevskaya, O. 77 Pivić-Kovačević, I. 110 Piyacomn, Y. 123 Placinta, I. 112 Plainis, S. 18, 32 Plaka, A. 27

R Rævdal, P. 27 Rahayu, T. 131 Rai, H. 39 Raimundo, M. 37 Raiskup, F. 50 Raj, S. 128 Rajan, M. 69, 113, 145 Rajan, N. 56 Rajarajan, M. 121, 145 Rajpal, R. 43, 163 Ramamurthy, S. 80, 123 Raman, P. 128 Ramazanova, L. 116, 133 Ramírez-Espinoza, J. 64 Ranđelović, K. 118 Randleman, J. 50 Rao, C. 72 Rao, K. 118, 123 Rascevskis, D. 21

Plata Gutiérrez, B. 145

Rashed, A. 118, 129

Pomorska, M. 128 Ponzin, D. 15

Ratra, V. 113

Rashed, H. 121

Rodriguez, A. 72, 124 Rodriguez Calvo de Mora, M. 39 Rodriguez-Vallejo, M. 86 Romac Coc, I. 134 Romero, M. 46 Romero Sanz, M. 118 Rosa, A. 90 Rosen, P. 20, 21, 22, 60 Rosetta, P. 138 Rosman, M. 38 Roussopoulos, G. 97 Rowe, F. 50, 155 Rozanova, O. 66, 90 Rozema, J. 32 Rozot, P. 136 Rudolph, T. 14, 43 Rudycheva, O. 92 Ruefer, F. 24 Ruiß, M. 100 Ruiz Del Tiempo, M. 68

INDEX

Pérez-Arteaga, A. 113, 115

Ruíz-Mesa, R. 40, 64, 165 Ryan, M. 125 Rycman, K. 26

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INDEX

INDEX S

Schwarzenbacher, L. 125

Siedlecki, J. 56

Schweitzer, C. 34

Siganos, D. 20

Saad, A. 14, 38, 55, 105

Scorcia, V. 15, 57, 81, 133

Silva, I. 33

Sabala, A. 15

Sedaghat, M. 42

Simões, P. 146

Sabatino, F. 114

Sedky, A. 22, 65

Simons, R. 101

Sabeti, S. 128

Sedlak, L. 118

Singal, N. 65

Sachdev, A. 91

Sedo, S. 145

Singh, B. 103, 146

Sachdev, G. 33, 41

Segev, F. 102

Singh, C. 146

Sachdev, M. 69

Seidel, G. 152

Singh, I. 71, 77, 146

Sachdev, R. 69, 139

Seiler, T. 22, 23, 38, 43, 44, 50, 56, 74, 76, 98, 162

Singh, S. 138, 146

Sadiq, S. 21

Seiler, T.G. 43

Sirbiladze, B. 81

Sadrutdinov, R. 139

Sekundo, W. 43, 69, 94, 97

Sitnik, H. 52

Saha, S. 28, 56, 65, 118

Selvam, S. 86

Skatharoudi, C. 155

Şahin, G. 91

Selvi, F. 64

Skorkovská, Š. 134

Sahler, R. 62, 66, 114

Senchenko, N. 93, 145

Skouteris, V. 42, 123, 146, 150

Sahota, D. 66

Sengupta, J. 15, 65, 69, 118

Skvortsov, V. 112

Sajdikova, M. 52, 67

Senjab, M. 24

Slade, S. 82

Salah-Mabed, I. 123

Senoo, T. 93

Slavik Lencova, A. 93, 121

Salerno, G. 86

Serafano, D. 76

Slomovic, A. 65

Salgado-Borges, J. 138

Serrao, S. 89

Smadja, D. 38, 105, 135

Sallet, G. 50, 60, 138

Seven, E. 118, 133

Smahliou, P. 74

Salvador, A. 14

Severinsen, M. 55

Smorawski, M. 56

Samir, A. 137

Shaarawy, T. 22

Snaebjörnsson Arnljóts, T. 26

Sammouh, F. 121

Shafik Shaheen, M. 76

Sng, C. 29

Samuelson, T. 44, 45

Shah, D. 145

Snyder, M. 69, 76

Samy Allam, R. 128

Shah, R. 69

Soares, A. 121, 146

Sancho, A. 86, 138

Shah, S. 19, 62, 67, 79, 118

Soares, B. 81, 135, 146

Sankaranarayanan, L. 87, 114

Shajari, M. 25, 81, 91, 95

Sobeih, D. 124, 140

Sansanayudh, W. 80

Shakeeb, N. 88, 130

Sobot, V. 118

Santander-Garcia, D. 14, 90, 121

Shalchi, Z. 100

Sofiane, O. 123

Santhiago, M. 105

Shanti, Y. 133

Solanki, R. 93, 121, 146

Santiago-Balsera, H. 110

Shanturova, M. 146

Solar, R. 39, 60

Santorum, P. 29

Shargorodska, I. 121, 128

Soler-Fernandez, F. 65

Santos, A. 155

Shaw, M. 71

Soloway, B. 73

Sarenac Vulovic, T. 78

Shen, M. 124

Sommer, M. 90

Sarkar, S. 110

Shen, Y. 122

Son, H. 96, 137

Sarnicola, C. 29, 76

Sheno, M. 152

Song, P. 118

Sarnicola, E. 29, 76

Shetty, R. 65, 146, 166

Sousa Neves, F. 112, 128

Sarnicola, V. 29, 76

Shibata, N. 51

Soyler, M. 87, 146

Sarosh, R. 21

Shih, K. 35, 53

Spadea, L. 118

Sarzhevsky, A. 133

Shilova, N. 121

Spalton, D. 19, 38, 44, 57, 64, 65, 69, 90, 94, 108

Sasaki, H. 25

Shimoda, T. 37

Spedale, F. 136

Sato, T. 128

Shin, K. 103, 118

Spekreijse, L. 57

Sauder, G. 19, 34, 66

Shinton, A. 21, 100

Spena, R. 121

Savini, G. 43

Shiratori, N. 114

Spinetta, R. 128

Saw, V. 57

Shiuey, Y. 36

Spiridigliozzi, M. 152

Sayegh, S. 137

Shkandina, Y. 146

Schaeffel, F. 18

Shoja, M. 118

Srinivasan, S. 24, 25, 38, 57, 61, 69, 71, 116, 146, 163

Schallhorn, S. 64

Shortt, A. 22

Scharioth, G. 57, 69, 81, 99

Shoughy, S. 118, 134

Schartmüller, D. 57

Shradqa, A. 45

Schlötzer-Schrehardt, U. 108

Shrivastava, A. 95

Schmelter, V. 88

Shroff, N. 146

Schmickler, S. 135, 137

Shroff, R. 146

Schojai, M. 57

Shukhaev, S. 114, 146

Schollmayer, P. 14

Shukla, R. 146

Scholtz, S. 140

Sian, I. 118 Sidorova, A. 128

Schröder, S. 136 Schultz, T. 76, 81, 136

186

Siebelmann, S. 93

Sriprakash, K. 88, 132, 146 Sriram, A. 98 Srivannaboon, S. 87 Srivastava, S. 34, 132, 146 Stalmans, I. 44, 90, 163 Stamatelatos, G. 38 Stangogianni, E. 41, 53 Stanila, D. 25 Stanojcic, N. 138 Stavropoulou, T. 116 Stebnev, S. 55, 114


INDEX Teeluck, K. 37

Stefanon, F. 21

Teenan, D. 40, 55, 63, 139

Stegmann, R. 43, 76

Teichman, J. 65

Stehouwer, C. 23

Teixeira, F. 128

Steinwender, G. 25, 29, 91, 123

Tekavcic Pompe, M. 15

Steven, P. 162

Tekchandani, U. 146

Stjepanek, K. 66

Temstet, C. 146

Stodulka, P. 14, 50, 60, 62, 91, 166

Teo, M. 101, 112

Stojanovic, A. 14, 22, 69, 99

Tescaro, S. 152

Stojanovic, F. 46

Teshigawara, T. 51

Stonecipher, K. 22

Tetz, M. 162

Stoyanova, N. 132

Teus, M. 62, 165

Stremovska, N. 61

Thajudeen, B. 136

Strong, B. 21

Thalle, V. 50

Stuart, A. 80

Theng, J. 123

Studeny, P. 47

Thind, J. 56, 134

Stunf Pukl, S. 14, 26

Ti, S. 75

Subramaniam, S. 76

Tijani, M. 110

Subudhi, P. 139

Tind, G. 153

Sucu, M. 131

Titiyal, J. 121, 122, 146

Sül, S. 80, 119

Titov, A. 52, 89, 130

Sullivan-Mackenna, D. 153

Tjia, K. 22, 24, 29, 43

Sun, C. 46

Tobaigy, F. 133

Sun, P. 134

Todorovic, M. 68

Sun, Y. 112

Tognetto, D. 89

Sunaric-Megevand, G. 44, 61

Toker, E. 29

Sunay, E. 36

Tolees, S. 22

Sutter, F. 15

Tomi, A. 77

Suzuki, H. 146

Tomita, M. 33, 124

Svedberg, K. 43

Tomlin, L. 153

Swampillai, A. 39, 51, 99

Topouzis, F. 26

Syla Lokaj, A. 133

Toprak, I. 89, 146 Torii, H. 146 Torres-Netto, E. 24, 35, 40

T

Toso, A. 90

Ta, C. 56

Touboul, D. 20, 57, 74

Tabatabay, C. 114 Tabibian, D. 112 Tabuenca Del Barrio, L. 150 Taechajongjintana, M. 46, 139 Taguri, A. 67 Taha, Z. 146 Tai, M. 91 Talebnejad, M. 42, 132 Talli, P. 64 Talma, J. 90 Tamenkovic, M. 112 Tan, D. 18, 38, 44, 76 Tan, J. 44, 90 Taneri, S. 52, 89, 131 Tang, G. 128 Tarib, I. 72, 135, 137 Taskapili, M. 123, 125

Töteberg-Harms, M. 14, 128, 162 Tourkmani, A. 146 Toygar, B. 138, 165 Trap, N. 14 Traverso, C. 164 Trindade, B. 96 Trindade, C. 76, 105 Trnková, V. 93 Trottier, P. 110 Tsatsos, M. 57, 81 Turnbull, A. 27, 95 Turner, A. 115 Tutayev, D. 51 Tutchenko, L. 37, 41 Tweddel, R. 93 Tyazhev, M. 116 Tzamalis, A. 121

U Ucar, I. 116 Ullrich, M. 18, 75 Ulusoy, M. 81 Ung, T. 138 Upasna Singh, A. 146 Urkia, A. 110 Usman, A. 128 Usubov, E. 98, 121, 124 Uy, H. 104, 124, 136 Uzun, F. 90

V Vachtsevanos, T. 134 Vaishnav, R. 35, 146 Vaishnav, V. 101, 114 Vakros, G. 53 Valešová, L. 122 Van Acker, E. 137 Vandemeulebroecke, N. 14 Van den Berg, T. 32 van der Meulen, I. 119 Van de Velde, F. 32 Van Dijk, K. 90 Van Egeren, B. 152 Van Landeghem, R. 56 Vannadil, H. 21, 115, 146 Vannas, K. 21, 71 Van Os, L. 14 van Setten, G. 119 van Vught, L. 72, 139 van Zyl, L. 50 Vargas, V. 41, 73, 92, 146 Vargas Martin, F. 57 Varsits, R. 81 Vasanthananthan, K. 87 Vasavada, A. 24, 65, 69 Vasavada, S. 66, 69, 76, 87, 146 Vasilyev, A. 112 Vasilyeva, O. 56 Vasquez-Perez, A. 67, 121 Vassallo, J. 128 Vassileva, P. 116 Vastardis, I. 128, 155 Vatansever, M. 134 Vaz, F. 99 Vega-Estrada, A. 80, 99, 130 Vejarano, L. 135 Veldhuizen, C. 87 Ventura, B. 38, 78, 114 Verdina, T. 77

Taskov, G. 102

Verges, C. 119

Tassignon, M.J. 14, 22, 24, 32, 65, 76, 81, 90 Tatham, A. 15, 24

Verma, R. 132

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Stebnev, V. 114

Verma, D. 131

Tchah, H. 48, 82

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INDEX Verma, S. 53

Y

Zhou, J. 134

Versace, P. 62 Vesela, M. 98 Viberg, A. 79

Yagmur, M. 124 Yaguchi, S. 57

Zhou, W. 97

Vicente, A. 119

Yamane, S. 22, 105, 108, 147

Vida, R. 88

Yamazaki, K. 125

Vidovic Valentincic, N. 14

Yap, Z. 147

Viljanen, A. 88, 136

Yasar, T. 139

Villada, J. 76

Yassa, E. 90

Zilfyan, A. 35 Zimina, T. 122

Vinciguerra, P. 43, 65, 69, 72, 90, 97, 99, 105

Yeo, T. 147

Zubicoa, A. 124

Vinciguerra, R. 65, 90, 98, 99, 122

Yeoh, R. 24, 43, 57

Zukaite, I. 138

Vingopoulos, F. 119

Yi, R. 67

Zumhagen, L. 47

Viso, M. 112, 146

Yildirim, C. 125

Zwickl, H. 88

Visser, N. 29, 40, 55, 69, 77, 81, 93

Yildirim, T. 112, 114

Vitelli, C. 147

Yildirim, Y. 122

Viteri, A. 132

Yip, V. 26

Vlasov, M. 87

Yonekawa, T. 77

Vold, S. 128

Yoo, J. 119

Volinia, A. 122

Yoo, S. 105

Volkova, N. 147

Young, D. 50

von Jagow, B. 114

Youssef, A. 21

Vounotrypidis, E. 61

Yuk, S. 119

Voutsas, N. 53

Yusuf, I. 39, 51

Vrijman, V. 95 Vryghem, J. 22, 37, 50, 72, 112 Vukich, J. 25, 64 Vural, E. 128

Z Zabala, L. 25, 48 Zadok, D. 122 Zafeirakis, P. 71

Wagenfeld, L. 65

Zaheryany, S. 124

Wagner, S. 27

Zahidin, A. 70

Wajnsztajn Vamos, D. 98, 124

Zaidullin, I. 87

Waldron, R. 155

Zaki, H. 132

Walters, R. 70, 166

Zaldivar, R. 76, 82, 99, 105

Wan Abdul Halim, W. 115

Zamani, M. 119

Wang, D. 110, 128

Zavoloka, O. 128

Wang, X. 33, 92

Zaynetdinov, A. 139

Warbey, J. 40

Zeitz, O. 65

Warwick, A. 138

Zelenski, Y. 70

Wassef, A. 128

Zemba, M. 93, 129

Webers, V. 62

Zeng, L. 27

Wee, T. 57

Zeng, Q. 122

Wegner, A. 95

Zetterberg, M. 100

Wei, M. 135

Zhang, F. 135

Weingessel, B. 65

Zhang, K. 19

Werner, L. 62, 76, 147

Zhang, L. 62, 137

Wertheimer, C. 98

Zhang, X. 41

Wetzel, B. 112

Zhao, G. 137

Wevill, M. 76

Zhao, J. 24

Whang, W. 137

Zhao, Q. 86

Whitlow, S. 21

Zhao, Y. 89

Wielders, L. 78

INDEX

Zafar, A. 68, 97, 124

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Wilson, A. 98 Wolde, Y. 70, 133 Wolf, A. 15 Wolf, S. 23 Woo, J. 122

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Zhou, Q. 134 Zhou, X. 36, 52 Zhurgumbayeva, G. 66 Ziaei, M. 41, 74, 93, 147 Ziakas, N. 81


FEMTO LDV Z8 THE POWER OF LOW ENERGY Saturday, September 22, 2018; 13:00 – 14:00h, Reed Messe Vienna, Austria – Room Strauss II Chairman: Prof. Theo Seiler, MD, PhD, Switzerland LASIK and beyond

Faculty: Prof. Jod Mehta, MD, PhD, Singapore Scarless Femtopterygium Surgery Prof. Soon Phaik Chee, MD, Singapore Low energy in high cataract grade

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Prof. Gerald Schmidinger, MD, Austria Femto DALK with guiding tunnel and OCT Prof. Shady Awwad, MD, Lebanon Intracorneal ring segments insertion for Keratoconus with intraoperative OCT

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ALCON SYMPOSIA VIENNA, AUSTRIA | 22-24 SEPTEMBER 2018

SAVE THE DATE FOR THESE SYMPOSIA VENUE: REED MESSE CONGRESS CENTRE, VIENNA

18TH EURETINA CONGRESS Fusing technologies into integrated solutions for every vitreoretinal surgery Saturday, September 22 10:00 to 11:00 - Hall C - Room C3 Moderator: Ramin Tadayoni (FR)

36TH CONGRESS OF THE ESCRS

2 minutes to enhanced IOL experience! Debating the topics most important to your practice

The new CyPass® Ultra System: one step closer to safe, consistent and long-term IOP control for your POAG patients with and without cataract Saturday, September 22 18:15 to 19:30 - Room Strauss 3 Moderator: Leon Au (UK)

Sunday, September 23 18:15 to 19:15 - Room Strauss 3 Moderators: Antoine Brezin (FR), Saleh Al-Messabi (UAE)

Climbing the next peak: enhanced technologies to take your patients to the next level Sunday, September 23 13:00 to 14:00 - Room Strauss 3 Moderator: Kjell Gunnar Gundersen (NO)

Advancing cataract surgery with the minimally invasive approach leveraging Alcon technologies

ESONT ANNUAL MEETING 2018

Monday, September 24 13:00 to 14:00 - Room Strauss 3 Moderator: Ramón Ruiz Mesa (SP)

Streamlining efficiency in your operating room and surgical practice Sunday, September 23 13:00 to 14:00 - Room Lehar 4 Moderator: Margarita Acebal (UAE)

Visit the Alcon booth #B201 to discover the most advanced solutions in the treatment of ophthalmic conditions

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