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Scientific Program Schedule - Subspecialty Day

Scientific Program Schedule

Jan 17, 2013 (Thursday)

CATARACT

Controversies in cataract surgery CA-SD02 This symposium aims to highlight where the controversies exist within cataract surgery. It brings together in one session expert opinion leaders who have been asked to justify their decisions on difficult topics that we all wrestle with everyday in cataract surgery. This symposium should be of benefit to both beginning and advanced cataract surgeons.

08:30 - 09:50 Venue: Hall 3, HICC

Chair(s): Richard PACKARD, Michael KNORZ, Michael LAWLESS

08:30 Laser Cataract Surgery (Pro)

Michael LAWLESS

08:37 Laser Cataract Surgery (Con)

Abhay VASAVADA

08:44 Bilateral Simultaneous Cataract Surgery (Pro)

Richard PACKARD

08:51 Bilateral Simultaneous Cataract Surgery (Con)

Victoria WONG

08:58 Multifocal Intraocular Lenses (Pro)

Michael KNORZ

09:05 Multifocal Intraocular Lenses (Con)

Robert ANG

09:12 Toric Intraocualr Lenses are the Answer (Pro)

Chandrashekhar WAVIKAR

09:19 Toric Intraocualr Lenses are the Answer (Con)

Vinod MEHTA

09:26 Indian Intraocular Lenses are the World’s Best (Pro)

Haripriya ARAVIND

09:33 Indian Intraocular Lenses are the World’s Best (Con)

Mohan RAJAN

How good should we be: best practice cataract surgery CA-

SD01

This informatiove symposium is designed for all levels of cataract surgeons. The presentations will discuss practical approaches to clincial decision making related to anaesthesia, incisions, capsulorrhexis, intraocular lenses and the approach to fixing refractive surprises

10:00 - 11:20 Venue: Hall 3, HICC

Chair(s): Ramamurthy DANDAPANI, Tim ROBERTS

10:00 Fixing Refractive Surprises

Ramamurthy DANDAPANI

10:14 Incisions

Tim ROBERTS

10:28 Anaesthesia

Vaishali Abhaykumar VASAVADA

10:42 Intraocular Lenses

Arup CHAKRABARTI

10:56 Capsulorrhexis

Michael LAWLESS

GLAUCOMA

Basic

GL-SD01

08:30 - 09:50

Venue: Hall 1, HICC

Chair(s): Ivan GOLDBERG, Garudadri CHANDRASEKHAR, Alan ROBIN

08:30 How to Assess a Patient Most Effectively

Ivan GOLDBERG

08:40 Which Tonometer Makes the Most Sense?

Ramanjit SIHOTA

08:50 Which Perimeter and Strategy Should We Use?

Surinder PANDAV

09:00 How Best to Analyze the Optic Disk

Syed Imtiaz ALI

09:10 How Best to Perform Gonioscopy

Gagan SINGH

09:20 Angle Closure: Drops, Laser, Trabeculectomy, or Cataract Surgery?

Tin AUNG

09:30 Psychological Aspects of Glaucoma

Henry EDWARDS

Intermediate GL-SD02 Monitoring glaucoma progression based on structural and functional changes available from perimtery and imaging of the disc and the nerve fiber layer is crucial in objectively determining treatment algorithms, but is also vital to correlate with overall clinical features before one decides to step up the treatment algorithm, carefully attempting to balance the adverse outcomes of aggressive treatment, quality of life outcomes as well as benefits of aggressively lowering IOP. The forum also seeks to address the crucial aspects of patient oriented glaucoma association.

10:00 - 11:20 Venue: Hall 1, HICC

Chair(s): S R KRISHNADAS, Ivan GOLDBERG, Alan ROBIN

10:00 How to Detect Progression from Peremetry

Sridhar RAO

10:10 How to Detect Progression from Disk Analysis

Manju KUMAR

10:20 A Patient’s Perspective

Barun NAYAK

10:30 Shouldn’t We Look at More than Disk and Fields?

Pradeep RAMULU

10:40 Preservatives and Glaucoma Management

George PUTHURAN

10:50 How to Approach “Normal Tension Glaucoma”

Harsh KUMAR

11:00 Value of a Patient-Oriented Glaucoma Association

Jillia BIRD

Hot topics

GL-SD04

14:30 - 15:50

Venue: Hall 1, HICC

Chair(s): Robert RITCH, Ramanjit SIHOTA, Makoto ARAIE

14:30 Community Based Glaucoma Sceening

Andrew WHITE

14:40 Public Health and Glaucoma

R D RAVINDRAN

14:50 Genetics, Genomics and Stem Cells: How Will They Affect My Practice?

John FINGERT

15:00 New Drug Delivery System for Glaucoma Treatment

Kenji KASHIWAGI

15:10 Preservatives: They Matter in Daily Practice…Don’t They?

Anne BROOKS

15:20 Pharmacological Response of Optic Nerve Vasculature in Experimental Glaucoma Eyes

Makoto ARAIE

15:30 Tubes or Trabs: By The Way, Which Tube?

Pradeep RAMULU

Advanced GL-SD03 The Advanced Symposium in the Sub-Specialty day has enlisted experts to cover unconventional aspects of glaucoma seldom discussed in scientific for a, such as cost effectiveness of glaucoma treatments, role and efficacy of generics in medical management, tailoring specific therapy to individualized patient needs, and how far does one persist in managing advanced and refractory glaucoma. The faculty consists of experienced national glaucoma experts and renowned international celebrities for the participants to interact on crucial aspects of glaucoma management.

16:00 - 17:20

Venue: Hall 1, HICC

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Chair(s): Joshua STEIN, S R KRISHNADAS, Vijaya LINGAM

16:00 Medical Therapy: How Do Generics Compare?

Bala KRISHNAN

16:10 Evaluating Cost Effectiveness of Therapies

Joshua STEIN

16:20 What Surgical Therapies Might We Anticipate?

Prateep VYAS

16:30 How to Tailor the Right Procedure for a Specific Patient

Arvind NEELAKANTAN

16:40 What is the Role of Laser Therapy in POAG?

George PUTHURAN

16:50 In Advanced Disease: When should We Just Give Up?

S R KRISHNADAS

17:00 Cataract Surgery in Exfoliation Syndrome: How to Avoid a Disaster!

Haripriya ARAVIND REFRACTIVE SURGERY

Laser refractive lens surgery and how to make it work RE-

SD02

This symposium will give an overview of all the current laser systems available for laser refractive lens surgery, and each system will be presented in detail by an experienced user. An overview of the peer-reviewed literature and an outlook on future applications will also be presented.

11:30 - 12:50 Venue: Hall 1, HICC

Chair(s): Mahipal SACHDEV, Michael KNORZ, Ronald KRUEGER

11:30 Overview of Laser Systems

Michael KNORZ

11:40 History of Laser Refractive Lens Surgery

Ronald KRUEGER

11:50 First Clinical Results of Laser Refractive Lens Surgery

Zoltan NAGY

12:00 How to implement Laser Refractive Lens Surgery into Your Clinic

Sanjay CHAUDHARY

12:10 Why I Chose Laser Refractive Lens Surgery

Mahipal SACHDEV

12:20 Is Laser Refractive Lens Surgery Better? - Personal results and peer-reviewed data

Michael LAWLESS

12:30 The Future of Laser Refractive Lens Surgery

Chandrashekhar WAVIKAR

Refractive debate RE-SD01 This session should be a highlight of the refractive surgery programme. It brings together invited experts to debate the difficult issues in refractive surgery. Topics such as Femto vs mechanical flap creation, surface vs LASIK surgery, what’s the best phakic IOL to use and much more will be featured. Experts will be asked to take, and justify, a point of view to highlight the controversies within corneal and lens refractive surgery. It should make for an entertaining and instructive session.

14:30 - 15:50 Venue: Hall 5, HICC

Chair(s): Michael LAWLESS, Partha BISWAS, Michael KNORZ

14:30 Microkeratome versus Femto Flaps: Microkeratome

Kulin KOTHARI

14:35 Microkeratome versus Femto Flaps: Femto Flaps

Vaishal KENIA

14:40 Surface versus LASIK/ Femto-LASIK versus SMILE:

Surface

Theo SEILER

14:45 Surface versus LASIK/ Femto-LASIK versus SMILE:

LASIK/ Femto-LASIK

Robert ANG

14:50 Surface versus LASIK/ Femto-LASIK versus SMILE:

SMILE

Rupal SHAH

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14:55 PresbyLASIK: Pro

Robert ANG

15:00 PresbyLASIK: Con

Chandresh BAID

15:05 Corneal Inlays: Pro

Wing-kwong CHAN

15:10 Corneal Inlays: Con

Michael LAWLESS

15:15 Phakic IOL: Anterior Chamber

Michael KNORZ

15:20 Phakic IOL: Iris Clip

Gerd AUFFARTH

15:25 Phakic IOL: Posterior Chamber

Rajesh SINHA

RETINA (MEDICAL)

Imaging for retinal diseases

RM-SD01

10:00 - 11:20

Venue: Hall 5, HICC

Chair(s): Srinivas SADDA, Seung-young YU, Rajvardhan AZAD

10:00 Choroidal Imaging Using Spectral Domain OCT

Rajeev PAPPURU

10:10 Ultra Wide Field Retinal Imaging in Adults

R V Paul CHAN

10:20 Autofluorescence in Retinal Diseases

Amod GUPTA

10:30 Value of FFA in Current Retinal Practice

Pran Nath NAGPAL

10:40 New Developments in SD- OCT

Seung-young YU

10:50 Role of Simultaneous FFA, ICG and OCT in Retinal Diseases

Manish NAGPAL

11:00 Adaptive Optics Technology

Srinivas SADDA

Anti-angiogenesis therapy for retinal diseases

11:30 - 12:50

Venue: Hall 3, HICC

RM-SD02

Chair(s): R V Paul CHAN, Adrian KOH, Mangat DOGRA

11:30 Current Status of Bevacizumab in DME

Hyung-woo KWAK

11:40 Role of Ranibizumab and VEGF Trap in DME

Dinesh TALWAR

11:50 Anti-VEGF in Retinal Vein Occlusion

Sundaram NATARAJAN

12:00 Anti-VEGF in AMD

Kim RAMASAMY

12:10 Anti-VEGF in ROP

R V Paul CHAN

12:20 Anti-VEGF in Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

Lingam GOPAL

12:30 Anti-VEGF in Neovascular Glaucoma

K V CHALAM

RETINA (SURGICAL)

My technique - video presentation of various surgical techniques RS-SD01 This video based session would showcase a variety of surgical situations and techniques related to vitreo retinal surgery. Each presentation would be followed by a short discussion to make it as interactive as possible.

08:30 - 09:50 Venue: Hall 5, HICC

Chair(s): Sze-guan ONG, Subhadra JALALI, Manish NAGPAL

Scientific Program Schedule - Subspecialty Day

Scientific Program Schedule

08:30 Principles and Techniques for Neonatal Posterior Segment Surgery

Subhadra JALALI

08:40 Interesting Surgical Video

Sze-guan ONG

08:50 Interesting Surgical Video

J S WONG

09:00 Surgical Treatment of Optic Nerve Pit

Paisan RUAMVIBOONSUK

09:10 6 Ways to Tackle Diabetic Membranes in PDR Surgery

Hemanth MURTHY

09:20 Interesting Surgical Video

Doric WONG

09:30 Surgical Management of Recurrent Non Resolving CNVM

Chirag BHATT

Instrumentation and new technology RS-SD02 This session will be the cutting edge of surgical retina and promises to be one of the most exciting sessions. We have a diverse assault on the frontier of the new developed technology and instrumentation used in vitreoretinal surgery, consisting of seven interesting topics include high speed cutter, bimanual vitrectomy, wide angle surgical viewing system, MIVS, 3D vitrectomy, use of dye and supra choroidal buckling. The attendees will have a new perspective in the recent development of vitreoretinal surgery and it makes attendees be able to operate on patients with up to date techniques.

16:00 - 17:20 Venue: Hall 5, HICC

Chair(s): Giridhar ANANTHARAMAN, Hyung-woo KWAK

16:00 MIVS Excluding 27 G vitrectomy

R V Paul CHAN

16:10 High Speed Cutter ( HSVC)

Pramod BHENDE

16:20 Bimanual Vitrectomy: Chandelier Illumination

Giridhar ANANTHARAMAN

16:30 Wide Angle Surgical Viewing System

Se-woong KANG

16:40 3D Vitrectomy

Seung-young YU

16:50 Modern Day Perspectives on the Use of Dyes in VR Surgery

William FREEMAN

17:00 Supra Choroidal Buckling

Ehab N El RAYES

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Jan 17, 2013 (Thursday)

CATARACT

Free papers in cataract - session 1

08:30 - 09:50

Venue: Hall 8, HICC

CA-FP01

Chair(s): Ravi Prasad CHALLA, Tetsuro OSHIKA, Purendra BHASIN, Raju V K

08:30 Decoding Phacoemulsification Using Intraoperative Realtime High Speed Imaging

Samaresh SRIVASTAVA

08:37 Two Piece, Capsular Tension Ring (CTR) Segment v/s Ahmed CT Segment - a New Design Demonstration on Cadaver Eye

Satish GUPTA

08:44 Multifocal Progressive Diffractive Lens: Two Years Follow Up

Matteo PIOVELLA

08:51 Results & Complications of First 50 Eyes Operated With Femto-Second Laser Cataract Surgery

Charu KHURANA

08:58 Functional Visual Outcomes Assessment in Eyes Following Phacoemulsification Versus Manual Sutureless Cataract Surgery: A Prospective Multi-Centric Clinical Trial

Viraj VASAVADA

09:05 Anatomical and Visual Outcomes of Descemetopexy in Post Cataract Surgery Descemets’membrane Detachment

Rajat JAIN

09:12 Trypan-Blue Injection Into Capsular Bag: Initial Results of Postoperative PCO in a Randomized Clinical Trial

Pankaj SHARMA

09:19 A New Slit Lamp Based Method for Corneal Marking for Toric IOL Implantation and a Comparative Series of 60 Eyes Comparing the Results of the New and Conventional Marking Techniques

Bhaskar ROY CHOUDHURY

Free papers in cataract - session 2

10:00 - 11:20

Venue: Hall 8, HICC

CA-FP02

Chair(s): Boris MALYUGIN, Peter BARRY, Rajan ANAND, Tejas SHAH

10:00 Preoperative Prediction of Intraoperative Posterior Capsule Rupture Based on Morphologic Features in Eyes With Posterior Polar Cataract

Viraj VASAVADA

10:07 An Innovative & Simplified Technique of Axis Marking for Toric IOL Implantation

O P OM PRAKASH

10:14 Intracameral Moxifloxacin - ‘I Thought It May Be of Some Use But I Was Amazed At the end ‘

Ravi TRIPATHI

10:21 Corneal Collagen Crosslinking (CXL) for Keratoconus:

Transepthelial Technique Vs Conventional Method

Shikha GUPTA

10:28 A Comparative Evaluation of Intravitreal Bevacizumab (AVASTIN) and Posterior Sub-Tenon’s Triamcinolone Acetonide in Diffuse Diabetic Macular Edema

Biresh RAJ

10:35 Result of IOL Power Calculation by Haigis- L Formula After Post Refractive Surgery (LASIK) for Myopia

Niraj AGRAWAL

10:42 Pseudoexfoliation (PXF) As a Risk Factor for Intraoperative Complications During Cataract Surgery

Haripriya ARAVIND

10:49 Preoperative and Postoperative Size and Movements of the Lens Capsular Bag: Ultrasound Biomicroscopy Analysis

Sonai MUKHERJEE

10:56 Femtosecond Laser Refractive Cataract Surgery - Use in More Difficult Cases

Kasu Prasad REDDY

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Free papers in cataract - session 3

11:30 - 12:50

Venue: Hall 8, HICC

CA-FP03

Chair(s): Peter BARRY, Tim ROBERTS, Arup CHAKRABARTI, Ravi Kumar REDDY

11:30 Pupil Dilatation With Topical Mydriatric Eye Drops and Preservative Free Intracameral Lidocaine During Topical Phacoemulsification Surgery: A Prospective Randomized Study

Suresh PANDEY

11:37 Incision Integrity and Clinical Outcomes Following Microcoaxial Cataract Surgery: Comparison of 1.8mm and 2.2mm System

Vaishali Abhaykumar VASAVADA

11:44 A Single Drop 0.5% Proparacain Hydrochloride for Uncomplicated Clear Corneal Phacoemulsification

Rajesh JOSHI

11:51 Evaluation of Phacodepth Required to Achieve Full Thickness Nuclear Crack in Various Grades of Cataract and to Determine Correlation Between the Two : A One Year Observational Study

Praveen MALIK

11:58 Primary Posterior Capsulotomy and Vitrectomy As Useful Tool to Improve Finalvisual Outcome for Cataract in Pediatric Age Group

Mehul SHAH

12:05 Stray Light Levels of Different Intraocular Lens Designs and Materials

George BEIKO

12:12 Comparing Higher Order Aberrations and Optical Quality Between Asperical Intraocular Lenses and Multifocal Intraocular Lenses

Sudeep DAS

12:19 Phacoemulsification With Opposite Clear Corneal Incision (OCCI) for Treatment of Pre-Existing Astigmatism in Poor Patients: A Modality

Kanika AGRAWAL

Less than perfect outcomes after uneventful cataract surgery: what are we missing? CA-IC01 At the end of the course attendee will become competent in managing their dissatisfied patients who have less than perfect outcomes after uneventful and uncomplicated cataract surgery.

14:30 - 15:50 Venue: krishna, HITEX

Chief Instructor: Arup CHAKRABARTI

14:30 Introduction and Brief Review

Arup CHAKRABARTI

14:32 “My Vision Is Coming and Going” Group: The OSD Patient

Arup CHAKRABARTI

14:41 Corneal Pathologies Responsible for Subnormal Visual Recovery

K V Satyamurthy KODUR

14:49 Posterior Capsular Opacification

Sri GANESH

14:55 Dysphotopsias

Gaurav LUTHRA

15:03 IOL Decentration

Sri GANESH

15:10 The Unhappy Multifocal IOL Patient

Kumar DOCTOR

15:22 Cystoid Macular Edema

Gaurav LUTHRA

15:30 Subtle Macular Pathologies

Arup CHAKRABARTI

Lords of the rings and hooks CA-IC02 Attendees will be able to better understand when to, when not to and how to use the various kinds of rings, hooks and similar devices to ensure a safer, easier and more predictable cataract surgery in challenging situations requiring the use of special devices.

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16:00 - 17:20

Venue: krishna, HITEX

Chief Instructor: Gaurav LUTHRA

16:00 Malyugin

Gaurav LUTHRA

16:15 Cionni

Mahipal SACHDEV

16:25 Iris Hooks - Pearls and Pitfalls

Kumar DOCTOR

16:35 Aniridia Ring, Rings & Hooks - Pearls & Pitfalls

Arup CHAKRABARTI

16:45 Capsular Tension Rings - Different Strokes

Chitra RAMAMURTHY

COMPREHENSIVE

OPHTHALMOLOGy

AIOS LDP 2013-14: initiation session

08:30 - 09:50

Venue: Hall 7, HICC

MS-SS19

Chair(s): Ajit Babu MAJJI, N S D RAJU, Sundaram NATARAJAN

08:30 Introduction

Ajit Babu MAJJI

08:40 What Can You Expect from LDP

08:50 Power of One

Sundaram NATARAJAN

09:00 Thinking Change That Has Happened During LDP

09:10 How Leaders Are Deifferent from Others

Ramamurthy DANDAPANI

09:20 How to Leap from Better to Excellent

Lalit VERMA

RANzCO symposium: the management of retinal vein occlusions -- there is more to it than just mindless repetitive anti VEGF injections MS-SS11 The extraordinary effectiveness of anti VEGFs in resolving macular swelling and improving visual acuity in retinal vein occlusion gives the impression that it is actually a treatment for the problem. Anti VEGFs maintain macular integrity whilst the vein occlusion is reversed by recanalization, opening of bypass channels or made less critical by a reduction of retinal volume needing to be drained. After classifying the vein occlusion according to site , severity and causality, treatment strategies can be made .This symposium outlines the use of a number of treatments(with level 1/2 evidence) in conjunction with anti VEGF therapy in this condition.

10:00 - 11:20 Venue: Hall 16, HICC

Chair(s): Paul BEAUMONT, Nitin VERMA

10:00 Why You Must Look At the Site of Occlusion

H Kwon KANG

10:15 What Is the Role of Laser? Who, When and How

Nitin VERMA

10:30 Anti VEGFs Are Palliative Not Therapeutic: Level 1 Evidence for Therapeutic Interventions That Will Improve Your Patients\’ Outcomes

Paul BEAUMONT

10:45 What Is the Role of a CR Anastomosis?

Ian MCALLISTER

APAO women in ophthalmology MS-SS04 Career paths in ophthalmology are both exceptionally rewarding, yet also challenging. In particular, women may have additional hurdles in their career trajectory including the varied demands of life outside of the clinic, being evaluated by their accomplishments without the overlay of unintended bias, having productive mentoring relationships, and addressing healthcare disparities. This session will start a dialogue about these important issues and is designed for all attendees of the meeting.

11:30 - 12:50 Venue: Hall 7, HICC

Chair(s): Pearl TAMESIS-VILLALON, Lynn GORDON, Anita PANDA Panelist(s):

11:30 Potential Obstacles in a Woman\’s Career

Anita PANDA

11:47 Unconscious Bias: How the Schema That We Hold Interferes With Decision Making

Lynn GORDON

12:04 Gender Disparities in Ophthalmology Healthcare Delivery

Ava HOSSAIN

12:21 Engaging Our Future: How to Mentor the Next Generation

Pearl TAMESIS-VILLALON

Free papers in miscellaneous

MS-FP02

14:30 - 15:50

Venue: Hall 14, HICC

Chair(s): Bharti LAVINGIA, Marie-josé TASSIGNON, A A DESHPANDE, Lynn GORDON

14:30 Clinical Evaluation of Dry Eye Using Mcmonnie’s Questionnaire

Aditya REGE

14:37 Optic Disc Mimicking Glaucomatous Disc in Advanced Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Bhushan GHODKE

14:44 Predicting Visual Potential in Patients Undergoing Corneal Transplantation by Using Retinal Acuity Meter

Doula THENGIL

14:51 Clinical Profile of Ocular Injuries Associated With Mid- Facial Trauma-a Threat to Blindness

Sucheta PARIJA

14:58 Study of Clinical Profile & Etiology of Ocular Trauma in Tertiary Center

Kh PARTANI

15:05 Comparison of Symptoms and Signs of Dry Eye - do They Correlate?

Vaishali KHARE

15:12 Low Vision Aids for Patients of Hereditary Retinal Dystrophies

Shilpa SINGH

15:19 Posterior Segment Manifestations of Open Globe Injuries and Their Anatomical and Functional Outcome

Lekshmivijay BRIJROY

15:26 Correlation of HbA1C Levels and Central Corneal Thickness in Diabetic Patients

Meghana KOORAPATI

Glaucoma patient issues MS-SS09 The glaucoma patient of today has entirely different needs than those in the past. They want to take charge of their care and should be encouraged to do so. These patients are seeking far more information and support than that requested by those who preceded them. This symposium attempts to help the doctors understand this situation. The psychological aspects of the disease are addressed. Support mechanisms such as support groups, resources available globally and quality of life issues are discussed. Even a patient will offer her perspective on living with glaucoma. A very comprehensive presentation not to be missed.

14:30 - 15:50 Venue: Hall 7, HICC

Chair(s): Harrison ABUTIATE, Jillia BIRD, Scott CHRISTENSEN

14:30 World Glaucoma Patient Association

Scott CHRISTENSEN

14:41 Screening for Glaucoma and Increasing Awareness in Small Countries

Jillia BIRD

14:52 Quality of Life Issues in Glaucoma Patients

Nadeem BUTT

15:03 How to Start a Glaucoma Support Group

Harrison ABUTIATE

15:14 Psychological Aspects of Glaucoma

Henry EDWARDS

15:25 Living With Glaucoma

Maria GORBY

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Russian symposium: surgical solutions in complicated cataract cases MS-SS05 This video-based symposium presents the variety of complicated cases when cataract is associated with the ocular co-morbidity including zonular weakness and/or defects, aniridia, and closed angle glaucoma. Techniques of modified CTR scleral suturing and management of cataract cases complicated by large zonular dialysis with the new CTR model will be presented. The array of the original artificial iris prostheses to be implanted into the capsular bag and ciliary sulcus will be discussed. Common challenges of the cataract extraction in post-vitrectomy eye (iris-capsular diaphragm fluctuations, posterior capsular plaques, etc) will be described followed by presentations of optimal techniques and tips.

16:00 - 17:20 Venue: Ball room, Novotel

Chair(s): Ramamurthy DANDAPANI, Boris MALYUGIN

16:00 Zonular Dialysis Repair

Boris MALYUGIN

16:17 Artificial Iris: Surgical Techniques and Results

Nikolai SOBOLEV

16:34 Cataract Surgery in Post-Vitrectomy Eyes

Evgeny PANTELEEV

16:51 Surgical Approach for Cataract and Closed Angle Glaucoma

Yury TAKHTAEV

EVER Symposium MS-SS07 The symposium of the European Society for Vision and Eey Research EVER will include different topics throughout ophthalmology including aspects of keratoplasty, neurophysiology in eyes with congenital cataracts, cerebral plasticity in patients with advanced glaucoma, neurovascular coupling in the retina, and epidemiology and histology of myopia.

16:00 - 17:20 Venue: Hall 7, HICC

Chair(s): Jost JONAS

16:00 Scientific Perspectives in Lamellar Keratoplasty

Harminder Singh DUA

16:14 Neurophysiological Readjustments by Congenital Cataract Children

Dorairajan BALASUBRAMANIAN

16:28 Cerebral Changes in Glaucoma

Georg MICHELSON

16:42 Neurovascular Coupling in the Retina

Leopold SCHMETTERER

16:56 Myopia: Epidemiological Background and Histological Findings

Jost JONAS

CORNEA AND EXTERNAL EyE DISEASE

Corneal transplant (PK, DSEK, DALK) wet lab surgical training course (sponsored by the Cornea Society) CO-IC01 To familarize surgeons with the techniqes of penetrating keratoplasty, DSEK and DALK. To understand proper patient selection, surgical techniques, complications and post-operative managment.

08:30 - 09:50 Venue: krishna, HITEX

Chief Instructor: Michael BELIN

08:30 DSEK Techniques

Michael BELIN

08:45 Full Thickness PK

Prashant GARG

09:00 DSEK Complications

Samar BASAK

Ocular surface reconstruction in various ocular surface disorders: techniques, know-hows and pearls CO-IC02 To elaborate the various techniques of ocular surface reconstruction and highlight decision making approach in the management of various ocular surface disorders

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10:00 - 11:20

Venue: krishna, HITEX

Chief Instructor: Murugesan VANATHI

10:00 Ocular Surface Reconstruction Techniques in Pterygium, Ocular Surface Reconstruction in Chemical Injury

Murugesan VANATHI

10:16 Ocular Surface Reconstruction in OSSN

Anita PANDA

10:24 Limbal Stem Cell Transplantation Techniques

Radhika TANDON

10:34 Mucous Membrane Grafts and Exvivo Cultured Mucous Membrane Transplantation

Geetha IYER

10:42 Amniotic Membrane Grafting in Corneal Ulcerations

Uma SRIDHAR

DSAEK in difficult situations CO-IC04 This course will comprise of video and case based presentations of difficult situations during Descemet stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK), both during the learning curve and in experienced hands. Case scenarios will include surgical challenges such as recurrent iris prolapse and floppy iris, inverted graft, loosing orientation of the lenticule, managing extensive synechiae and dealing with inadequate space in the anterior chamber, poor visualization, post keratoplasty DSAEK, DSAEK following trabeculectomy and tube shunts, DSAEK in phakic and aphakic eyes and DSAEK in children. Management of post- operative complications including dislocated lenticules and repeat DSAEK will also be dealt with briefly.

11:30 - 12:50 Venue: krishna, HITEX

Chief Instructor: Pravin VADDAVALLI

11:30 DSAEK in Children and Aphakia

Pravin VADDAVALLI

11:42 DSAEK in Eyes Following Trabeculectomy and Tube Shunts

Audrey TALLEY ROSTOV

11:54 DSAEK in Advanced Fuchs Dystrophy

Samar BASAK

12:06 Post Keratoplasty DSAEK

Rajesh FOGLA

12:18 Donor Dislocation Prevention and Management

Prashant GARG

Free papers in cornea and external eye disease - session 1

CO-FP01

14:30 - 15:50

Venue: Hall 8, HICC

Chair(s): Anita PANDA, William AYLIFFE, Gobinda MUKHERJEE, Howard CAJUCOM UY

14:30 Ocular GVHD in Allogeneic Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantion – Indian Scenario

Rehan KHAN

14:37 Endothelial Keratoplasty (DSAEK & DMEK) Using Corneal Donor Tissue With Small Central Optical Zone to Enhance Tissue Utilization in Singapore Eye Bank

Sethuraman SELVAM

14:44 Clinical Risk Factors for Failure of Autologous Limbal Stem Cell Transplantation

Anupam BAGDI

14:51 Tissue Engineered Corneal Endothelium in an Ovine Model

Karl BROWN

14:58 Corneal Biomechanics Changes Following Collagen Crosslinking Treatment in Keratoconus in Indian Eyes

Ravi BYPAREDDY

15:05 Comparison of Corneal Topography in Keratoconus Patients Treated by Standard (CXL) Versus Accelerated (Avedro KXL) Corneal Collagen Cross Linking

Supriya BHAGAT

15:12 Effects of Contact Lens Multipurpose Solutions on Human Corneal Epithelial Cells

Abraham SOLOMON

Scientific Program Schedule - Jan 17, 2013 (Thursday)

Scientific Program Schedule

15:19 Corvis ST Or Ocular Response Analyzer: Which Is Better to Evaluate Corneal Biomechanics ?

Gurjeet MAGGO

Free papers in cornea and external eye disease - session 2

CO-FP02

16:00 - 17:20

Venue: Hall 8, HICC

Chair(s): Ashok SHARMA, Li LIM, Rishi MOHAN, Mark DANIELL

16:00 ABCG2 Transport Activity and Clonal Potential in Epithelial Cells Continuously Growing for Two Months from Limbal Explants

J Mario WOLOSIN

16:07 Ocular Surface Changes in Patients of Pseudoexfoliation (PEX) Syndrome Undergoing Cataract Surgery

Indu GOVINDARAJ

16:14 Partial Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency (LSCD) - do We Need to Disturb the Fellow Eye?

Jayesh VAZIRANI

16:21 Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty (DSAEK) in Patients With Prior Ahmed Glaucoma Drainage Device (AGV) Placement: Surgical Outcomes At 24 Months

Ramesh AYYALA

16:28 Clinicohistopathological Analysis and Outcome of Management in Cases of Suspected Ocular Surface Neoplasia: Retrospective Analysis of 109 Cases

Roopasree B V

16:35 Therapeutic Options for Patients With Bilateral Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency

Archana SINGH

16:42 Therapeutic Effect of Combined Use of 0.05% Cyclosporine A and 20% Umbilical Cord Serum Eye Drops for Dry Eye Associated With Graft-Versus-Host Disease

Han-jin OH

16:49 Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Sutureless Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty (FALK) for Anterior Stromal Corneal Pathologies - Long Term Results

Mukesh TANEJA

COSPONSOR SyMPOSIUM

AIOS symposium: Frontiers in vitreo retina

08:30 - 09:50

Venue: Hall 4, HICC

OS-SS02

Chair(s): Lalit VERMA, Rajvardhan AZAD, R V Paul CHAN, Lingam GOPAL

08:30 Use of Image Registered Raster Scanning SD OCT to Facilitate 25 Gage ERM Removal

William FREEMAN

08:40 Status of the Retinal Prosthesis

Rajat AGRAWAL

08:50 ROP- Which Way Are We Going?

Lingam GOPAL

09:00 Intra Operative OCT

Susanne BINDER

09:10 Selective Intra Arterial Chemotherapy for Retinoblastoma

Mahesh Shanmugam PALANIVELU

09:20 The Choice of Pharmacotherapy for Diabetic Macular Edema

Amod GUPTA

09:30 Endoscopic Vitrectomy

Sundaram NATARAJAN

AIOS symposium: Cutting edge technology in cataract surgery OS-SS01 In the quest towards perfect vision, we are now targeting 20/20 vision and beyond. This symposium will deal with topics ranging from how to make the best use of phacoemulsification machines by understanding their dynamics, precise biometry in all patients including challenging situations, choosing the appropriate intraocular lenses and understanding the use of perioperative

medications in achieving optimum outcome. The role of cutting edge technology such as femtosecond laser cataract surgery and customizing IOLs also will be shared. Experienced physicians will cover the practical aspects of improving surgical quality thereby enhancing clinical care, and patient satisfaction.

10:00 - 11:20 Venue: Hall 4, HICC

Chair(s): Amar AGARWAL, Michael LAWLESS, R D RAVINDRAN, Soon- phaik CHEE

10:00 Optimising Phaco Dynamics

Padmanabhan PREMA

10:11 Laser Refractive Cataract Surgery

Michael LAWLESS

10:22 Premium IOLS

Rohit PARKASH

10:33 Optimising Refractive Outcomes in Cataract Surgery

Victoria WONG

10:44 Peri Operative Medications in Phacoemulsification

Debasish BHATTACHARYA

10:55 Optimising Biometry

Ramamurthy DANDAPANI

AAO symposium: spotlight in cataract surgery

11:30 - 12:50

Venue: Hall 5, HICC

OS-SS08

Chair(s): Abhay VASAVADA, Richard PACKARD

11:30 Small Pupil With

Boris MALYUGIN

11:38 Posterior Polar Cataract

Abhay VASAVADA

11:46 IOL Fixation Without Capsular Support

Soon-phaik CHEE

11:54 Phaco in Trabeculectomized Eye

Prin ROJANAPONGPUN

12:02 IFIS Syndrome

Richard PACKARD

12:10 Perioperative Intravitreal Injection As an Adjunct to Cataract Surgery

Alay BANKER

12:18 Pearls for Pediatric Cataract Management

Ramamurthy DANDAPANI

12:26 Considerations for Cataract Surgery – Post LASIK

Michael KNORZ

AAO symposium: problems in pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus OS-SS09

14:30 - 15:50

Venue: Hall 9, HICC

Chair(s): Frank MARTIN, Marilyn MILLER

14:30 Controversies in Treatment of ROP

R V Paul CHAN

14:40 Management of Ectopia Lentis in Children

Abhay VASAVADA

14:50 Newer Therapies for Treatment of Retinoblastoma

James ELDER

15:00 Prevention of Vision Loss from Refractive Errors in Children in Rural Asia

Nathan CONGDON

15:10 Surgical Options for Duane Syndrome

Ramesh KEKUNNAYA

15:20 The Use of Telemedicine in Pediatric Ophthalmology

Glen GOLE

15:30 Treatment of Ocular Hemangiomas

Lawrence KAUFMAN

ISRS and AAO symposium: presbyopia correction and laser- refractive lens surgery OS-SS07 This symposium is cosponsored by the International Society of Refractive Surgery (ISRS) and the American Academy of

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Opthalmology (AAO). It will provide an overview of the current techniques of presbyopia correction on the cornea and using laser- refractive lens surgery.

16:00 - 17:20 Venue: Hall 9, HICC

Chair(s): Michael KNORZ, Amar AGARWAL

16:00 Toric Multifocal IOLs Or Bioptics?

Bonnie HENDERSON

16:10 Multifocal IOLs – How to Select the Ideal Patient?

George BEIKO

16:20 Intralenticular Laser Treatment – When Will It Be Available Clinically?

Ronald KRUEGER

16:30 Multifocal IOLs Versus Monovision – Why Would I Choose One Over the Other?

Richard PACKARD

16:40 Corneal Inlays: Myths and Reality – A Look At the Literature

Michael LAWLESS

16:50 Multi Focal Glued IOL

Amar AGARWAL

17:00 PresbyLASIK / PRK – The Good and the Bad

Michael KNORZ

GLAUCOMA

The developmental glaucomas: diagnosis and management in 2013 GL-IC01 The objective of this course is to make the attendees familiar

with the holistic care of the children afflicted with various forms

of developmental glaucomas using medical, surgical, genetic and

rehabilitation approaches in an integrated manner.

08:30 - 09:50 Venue: Godavari, HITEX

Chief Instructor: Anil MANDAL

08:30 Medical and Surgical Therapy

Anil MANDAL

08:50 Tubes for Tots

Sirisha SENTHIL

09:10 Low Vision Rehabilitation of Children With Developmental Glaucomas

Vijaya GOTHWAL

Glaucoma surgery in the 21st century

To describe the various surgical techniques that can be used in the

treatment of glaucoma

10:00 - 11:20

GL-IC02

Venue: Godavari, HITEX

Chief Instructor: Ramesh AYYALA

10:00 Glaucoma Surgery in the 21st Century

Ramesh AYYALA

The management of primary angle closure glaucoma GL-

IC04

By the conclusion of this course, the attendee will be able to manage angle closure glaucoma with new confidence

11:30 - 12:50 Venue: Godavari, HITEX

Chief Instructor: Rahat HUSAIN

11:30 The Management of Primary Angle Closure Glaucoma

Rahat HUSAIN

11:50 The Management of Primary Angle Closure Glaucoma

Tin AUNG

12:10 The Management of Primary Angle Closure Glaucoma

Ching-lin HO

Management of co-existing cataract and glaucoma

A decision for combined surgery in patients with concomitant

cataract and glaucoma is a dilemma requiring careful case selection

as well as a surgical technique most suitable for the patient. This

needs a review of the type of glaucoma, medications, level of optic nerve damage, IOP control and the severity of glaucoma.

14:30 - 15:50

GL-IC03

Venue: Godavari, HITEX

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Chief Instructor: Vijaya LINGAM

14:30 Difficult Situations During Surgery

Vijaya LINGAM

14:45 Introduction: Guidelines for Management Options

Parivadhini ANNADURAI

14:54 Role of Cataract Surgery Alone in a Glaucoma Patient

Nirha RAO

15:06 Combined Phacoemulsification With Trabeculectomy

Aditya NEOG

15:18 Combined Small Incision Cataract Surgery With

Manish PANDAY

Managing primary angle closure disease GL-IC05 Building concepts in Primary Angle Closure Disease(PACD) and its management for the general ophthalmologist

16:00 - 17:20 Venue: Godavari, HITEX

Chief Instructor: Ramanjit SIHOTA

16:00 Pathogenesis and Case Based Discussions

Ramanjit SIHOTA

16:24 Primary Angle Closure Suspect

Digvijay SINGH

16:36 Primary Angle Closure

Mathew JAMES

16:48 Primary Angle Closure Glaucoma

Anuradha CHANDRA

17:00 Cataract Surgery in PACD and Audience Queries

Viney GUPTA

INTRAOCULAR INFLAMMATION, UVEITIS & SCLERITIS

Free papers in intraocular inflammation, uveitis & scleritis

IN-FP01

10:00 - 11:20

Venue: Hall 14, HICC

Chair(s): Venkatapathy NARENDRAN, S BASU, Kalpana MURTHY, Ann- marie LOBO

10:00 Role of Ploymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) for Mycobacterium Tuberculosis (MTB) in Patients With Choroiditis At Tertiary Care Center of South India

Mohmmad Salman KAZI

10:07 Analysis of Choroidal Neovascularization Secondary to Posterior Uveitis

Shrutika JUNAGADE

10:14 Tubercular Scleritis: How Common It Is?

Santanu MANDAL

10:21 Combined Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography (SD OCT) , Fluorescein Angiography (FA), Indocyanine Green Angiography (ICGA) and Autofluorescence (AF) Features of Posterior Uveitis

Navneet MEHROTRA

10:28 Clinical Profile of Ocular Sarcoidosis in Eastern India

Santanu MANDAL

10:35 Voclosporin: Efficacy and Safety in Non-Infectious Uveitis Involving the Posterior Segment

Shree KURUP

10:42 Tubercular Serpiginous-Like Choroiditis Presenting As Multifocal Serpiginoid Choroiditis

Reema BANSAL

10:49 Efficacy of Intravitreal Dexamethasone Sustained Release Implant in Non Infectious Uveitis Over 1 Year

Alay BANKER

10:56 Oculosporidiosis of Conjunctiva With Scleral Ectasia Managed by ‘human Homologous Preserved Sclera Grafting’

Santosh Singh PATEL

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Granulomatous infectious uveitis

11:30 - 12:50

Venue: Hall 16, HICC

IN-SS01

Chair(s): Narsing RAO, Amod GUPTA, Shigeaki OHNO

11:30 AWARD LECTURE: Syphilitic Uveitis

Peter MCCLUSKEY

11:41 Intraocular Tuberculosis: Characteristic Clinical Features and Supporting Diagnostic Investigations

Amod GUPTA

11:52 Intraocular Tuberculosis: Paradoxical Reaction Associated With Anti-Tuberculosis Treatment

S BASU

12:03 Toxoplasma Retinochoroiditis: Prevention of Recurrences

Nisha ACHARYA

12:14 Nematode Endophthalmitis: Its Prevalence, Diagnosis and Treatment

Shigeaki OHNO

12:25 Post-Surgical Infectious Granulomatous Uveitis

Rathinam SIVAKUMAR

Diagnostic challenges in uveitis and related intraocular inflammations IN-SS03 The aim of this symposium is to present cases in uveitis and related intraocular inflammation, which pose a diagnostic challenge in our day-to-day practice. This session will have 6 speakers who will present such interesting cases with emphasis on the problems they faced in the diagnosis and how they went about managing the case. This symposium is aimed to educate ophthalmologists on practical approach required in dealing with such challenging cases.

14:30 - 15:50 Venue: Hall 16, HICC

Chair(s): Narsing RAO, Shigeaki OHNO, Kalpana BABU

14:30 Diagnostic Challenges and Related Intraocular Inflammation

Ann-marie LOBO

14:41 Case Presentation 2

Nisha ACHARYA

14:52 Case Presentation 3

Soon-phaik CHEE

15:03 Case Presentation 4

Kalpana BABU

15:14 Case Presentation 5

Soumyava BASU

15:25 Newer Intravitreal Therapies for Uveitis

Alay BANKER

Viral intraocular inflammations

IN-SS02

16:00 - 17:20

Venue: Hall 16, HICC

Chair(s): Timothy LAI, Soon-phaik CHEE, Vishali GUPTA

16:00 CMV Anterior Uveitis

Soon-phaik CHEE

16:11 Fuchs Uveitis- Rubella

Vishali GUPTA

16:22 Immune Recovery Uveitis

Sudharshan S

16:33 CMV Retinitis

Timothy LAI

16:44 Acute Retinal Necrosis

Narsing RAO

16:55 Emerging Infections; Chikungunya and Dengue Retinitis

Padmamalini MAHENDRADAS

NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGy

Pediatric neuro-ophthalmology: simplified approach NE-

IC01

The course is designed to elucidate how an ophthalmologist can make a significant difference in the management of a child with

neuro-ophthalmological disorder.

08:30 - 09:50

Venue: Ball room, Novotel

Chief Instructor: Virender SACHDEVA

08:30 Cranial Nerve Dysfunction in Children

Virender SACHDEVA

08:45 My Child Does Not See

Sumit MONGA

09:00 Neuro-Ophthalmological Examination and Investigations in a Child

Ambika SELVAKUMAR

09:15 Pediatric Optic Neuritis: Indian Perspective

Nikhil CHOUDHARI

09:30 Common Congential Optic Disc Anomalies

Ramesh KEKUNNAYA

Common neuro-ophthalmology scenarios one: visual loss

NE-SS01

Every ophthalmologist will encounter patients with neuro- ophthalmic causes of acute visual loss. This symposium will approach this topic in a case-based approach based on the presence or absence of optic disc swelling and other relevant fundus findings. Mimics of neuro-ophthalmic disease including glaucoma, occult retinal disease and nonorganic visual loss will also be covered.

08:30 - 09:50 Venue: Hall 9, HICC

Chair(s): Satoshi KASHII, Karl GOLNIK, Shikha BASSI

08:30 Acute Loss of Vision With Normal Fundus: Case 1

Michael LEE

08:38 Acute Loss of Vision With Normal Fundus: Case 2

Vimla MENON

08:46 Acute Loss of Vision With Disc Swelling: Basic

Rashmin GANDHI

08:54 Acute Loss of Vision With Disc Swelling: An Intermediate Case

Satoshi KASHII

09:02 Acute Loss of Vision With Disc Swelling: Advanced Case

Dean CESTARI

09:10 Is It Glaucoma Or Something Else?

Karl GOLNIK

09:18 Is It Optic Neuropathy Or Retinal/ Macula Disease?

Peter SAVINO

09:26 Is the Visual Loss Genuine?

Christian LUECK

Emergency neuro-ophthalmology - diagnosis and management NE-IC02 Patients with certain Neuro-Ophthalmic conditions require emergent diagnosis and management not only to save the vision of the patient but also the life of the patient. Time is the essence in Prompt identification and prioritizing the care of these patients .

10:00 - 11:20 Venue: Ball room, Novotel

Chief Instructor: Mahesh KUMAR

10:00 ocular Motility Defects

Mahesh KUMAR

10:15 pupillary Disorders

Kowsalya AKKAYASAMY

10:30 acute Vision Loss

Padmavathy MAHARAJAN

10:45 Headache

Nirmala DEVI

11:00 optic Disc Swelling

Dayakar YADALLA

Common neuro-ophthalmology scenarios two: diplopia and ptosis NE-SS02 Diplopia with or without ptosis may be the only sign of an acute, life-threatening intracranial or systemic disease. This symposium will cover the range of eye movement and eyelid findings that will help the ophthalmologist identify these serious problems and

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distinguish them from the more common etiologies.

10:00 - 11:20

Venue: Hall 9, HICC

Chair(s): Prem SUBRAMANIAN, Rashmin GANDHI, Carmen CHAN

10:00 Ocular Motility Problems: Basic

Celia CHEN

10:10 Ocular Motility Problems: Intermediate

Dean CESTARI

10:20 Ocular Motility Problems: Advanced

Christian LUECK

10:30 Ptosis: Basic

Celia CHEN

10:40 Ptosis: Intermediate

Hemalini SAMANT

10:50 Ptosis: Advanced

Michael LEE

11:00 Management of Cranial Nerve Palsies

Pradeep SHARMA

OCULAR IMAGING

Retinal and optic nerve imaging in glaucoma OI-SS03 This symposium will focus on use of new technology for diagnosis of glaucoma based on changes in the retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) and optic nerve head (ONH). The symposium will include

high resolution imaging of the lamina cribrosa, choroid, retinal ganglion cell complex, optic disc and RNFL and detail the early changes seen in glaucoma patients, diagnosis of progression and how to differentiate changes produced by glaucoma from myopia.

A

combined index of using results of both structure and function

to

predict the loss of retinal ganglion cells will be introduced along

with pearls of imaging and current limitations.

08:30 - 09:50 Venue: Hall 11, HICC

Chair(s): Tanuj DADA, Felipe MEDEIROS, Ki-ho PARK

08:30 High-Resolution Imaging of the RNFL, Choroid and Lamina

Masanori HANGAI

08:40 Morphology of the Optic Disc in Glaucoma and Myopic Eyes

Jost JONAS

08:50 Imagiing the RNFL in Glaucoma

Ki-ho PARK

09:00 Roles of Retinal and Optic Disc Imaging in Glaucoma Progression Analysis

Syril Kumar DORAIRAJ

09:10 Interpreting Imaging Test Results - Dos and Don’ts

Tanuj DADA

09:20 Combining Structure and Function in Glaucoma

Felipe MEDEIROS

09:30 Imaging of the Lamina Cribrosa in Glaucoma Using Swept- Source OCT

Mansouri KAWEH

Anterior segment imaging and angle closure

10:00 - 11:20

Venue: Hall 11, HICC

OI-SS01

Chair(s): Tin AUNG, Mingguang HE, Rajesh KUMAR

10:00 Use of UBM Diagnosis of Plateau Iris Syndrome

Tan DO

10:11 Pupil Reconstruction in Eyes With Primary Angle Closure Glaucoma and Cataract

Ren-yi WU

10:22 Morphology and Function of the Anterior Segment in Japanese Angle Closure Eyes After Laser Peripheral Iridotomy

Mineo OZAKI

10:33 Iris Volume and Dynamics in Angle Closure

Mingguang HE

10:44 Spectral Domain OCT Imaging of the Angle

Rajesh KUMAR

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10:55 360 Degree Angle Imaging

Mani BASKARAN

Neuroimaging in glaucoma OI-SS02 Glaucoma is a neurodegenerative disease of the visual system. This more recent perspective on the disease has shifted our attention from the eye, to brain changes in glaucoma, and has fueled the desire to “see” the brain in glaucoma. Brain changes in experimental and human glaucoma will be reviewed, in addition to the latest findings visualized by state of the art modern neuroimaging techniques. Opportunities to exploit neuroimaging findings to further our understanding and treatment of glaucoma will also be presented.

11:30 - 12:50 Venue: Hall 11, HICC

Chair(s): Neeru GUPTA, Ningli WANG, Garudadri CHANDRASEKHAR

11:30 Mapping Central Visual Pathway Degeneration in Glaucoma

Neeru GUPTA

11:41 Detecting Brain Changes in Glaucoma by Diffusion Tensor Imaging

Georg MICHELSON

11:52 High Resolution Imaging of the Human Lateral Geniculate Nucleus - Opprotunities and Challenges

Keith SCHNEIDER

12:03 Brain Changes in Normal Tension Glaucoma

Jost JONAS

12:14 Cutting Edge Neuroimaging Techniques for Neural and Vascular Elements of the Visual Pathways

Spyridon KOLLIAS

12:25 White Matter Lesions and Glaucoma Progression

Dexter LEUNG

Imaging corneal disease OI-SS04 Ocular imaging plays an increasingly important role in the management of patients with corneal disease. This session will feature a series of presentations focusing on the application of a variety of anterior segment imaging techniques in advancing our knowledge of the topographic and microstructural effects of disease and surgery on the cornea.

14:30 - 15:50 Venue: Hall 11, HICC

Chair(s): Michael BELIN, Sujata DAS, Akira KOBAYASHI

14:30 Topography Vs. Tomography: Ectasia Sensitivity

Michael BELIN

14:40 Corneal Topographic Analysis Following DSAEK Using OCT

Naoyuki MAEDA

14:50 Detection of Keratoconus by Polarization Sensitive Optical Coherence Tomography

Yoshiaki YASUNO

15:00 Reliability of Non-Contact Pachymetry After Refractive Surgery

Sujata DAS

15:10 Cytomegalovirus Corneal Endothelitis: The Role of in Vivo Confocal Microscopy in Diagnosis and Follow Up

Akira KOBAYASHI

15:20 Fuchs’ Endothelial Dystrophy: A Clearer View

Sanjay PATEL

15:30 Imaging the Cornea in Diabetes Mellitus

Stuti MISRA

Imaging retinal vasculature and disease

16:00 - 17:20

Venue: Hall 11, HICC

OI-SS05

Chair(s): Amod GUPTA, William FREEMAN

16:00 SD-OCT

William FREEMAN

16:14 Fundus Fluoroscein Angiography

Muna BHENDE

16:28 Fundus Auto Flourscence

Amod GUPTA

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16:42 Idocyanine Angiography

Francesco VIOLA

16:56 Wide Angle Fundus Imaging

Wai-ching LAM

Free papers in ocular imaging and ophthalmic education

MS-FP03

16:00 - 17:20

Venue: Hall 14, HICC

Chair(s): D K MEHTA, Ki-ho PARK, Nepalia Lalit KUMAR, Naoyuki MAEDA

16:00 Correlation of Corneal Nerve Microstructure and Function With Peripheral Neuropathy in Diabetes Mellitus Using in Vivo Confocal Microscopy

Stuti MISRA

16:07 Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness and Its Correlations

in a Population Based Study. the Central India Spectral

Domain OCT Study (CI-SOS)

Karishma BHATE-CHAVAN

16:14 Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) in Color Deficiency

Supriyo GHOSE

16:21 Evaluation of Microstructural Changes in the Cornea and Limbus in Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) With Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency (LSCD) Using in-Vivo Confocal Microscopy (IVCM)

Kunjal SEJPAL

16:28 Changes in Anterior Chamber Angle After Laser Iridotomy:

A Source-Swept Anterior Segment Optical Coherence

Tomography Study

Rajesh KUMAR

16:35 Dual Scheimpflug Imaging Parameters in Post-Lasik Ectasia, Keratoconus and Normal Eyes

Jagadesh REDDY

16:42 Changing Trends in Fellowships; Retrospective Study Over Two Decades

Kuheli BHATTACHARYA

16:49 Comparison of Inter-Observer Variability by Two Healthcare Professionals Using Lenstar LS 900 Non- Contact Biometry and OcuScan RXP Contact Biometry

Bhavik PANCHAL

16:56 Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography Following Nd:YAG Laser Membranotomy in Premacular Hemorrhage

Neha GOEL

17:03 Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography (SDOCT) for Comparison of Ultrastructural Changes Predictive

of Suboptimal Visual Acuity in Resolved Central Serous

Retinopathy (CSR)

Mohit BANSAL

OCULAR PATHOLOGy & TUMORS

Retinoblastoma: recognize the features early and save a child’s life OP-IC01 To discuss the epidemiology, genetics, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, and treatment of retinoblastoma

08:30 - 09:50 Venue: Granite, Novotel

Chief Instructor: Swathi KALIKI

08:30 Epidemiology and Genetics of Retinoblastoma

Vikas KHETAN

08:40 Clinical Presentation and Differential Diagnosis of Retinoblastoma

Mallipatna C ASHWIN

08:52 Systemic Chemotherapy and Local Adjuvant Therapy for Retinoblastoma

Swathi KALIKI

09:04 Plaque Radiotherapy for Retinoblastoma

Arun SINGH

09:16 Management of Advanced, High-Risk, and Metastatic Retinoblastoma

Santosh HONAVAR

09:28 Intra-Arterial Chemotherapy for Retinoblastoma. Relevance of Its Use in the Developing Countries

Duangnate ROJANAPORN

09:40 Discussion

Ophthalmic pathology for the clinician OP-IC03 Ophthalmic pathology is a structured approach to understand ocular conditions and correlate clinical and pathological findings.It deal with current informations of most common primary and rarely secondary tumours of the eye and adnexa.

10:00 - 11:20 Venue: Granite, Novotel

Chief Instructor: Dipankar DAS

10:00 Indications of Ophthalmic Pathologic Studies and Outline of Techniques

Dipankar DAS

10:10 Pathology of Lid and Orbital Tumours

Dipankar DAS

10:20 Biopsy Pathology in Uveitis

Jyotirmay BISWAS

10:32 Common Intraocular Tumours

Vikas KHETAN

10:44 Pathology of Intraocular Tumours

Jyotirmay BISWAS

10:56 Common Lid and Orbital Tumours

Kasturi BHATTACHARJEE

Oncology case presentation OP-SS05 Through presentation of unique and interesting tumor cases, experienced faculty will discuss patient management issues.

10:00 - 11:20 Venue: Hall 7, HICC

Chair(s): David LIU, Arun SINGH

10:00 Case Presentation

Gangadhara SUNDAR

10:08 Case Presentation

Tero KIVELA

10:16 Case Presentation

Arun SINGH

10:24 Case Presentation

Pratyush RANJAN

10:32 Case Presentation

David PELAYES

10:40 Case Presentation

Hans GROSSNIKLAUS

10:48 Case Presentation

Sarah COUPLAND

10:56 Case Presentation

David LIU

Ocular surface tumors

To describe the spectrum of ocular surface tumors

11:30 - 12:50

OP-IC04

Venue: Granite, Novotel

Chief Instructor: Vikas MENON

11:30 Ocular Surface Squamous Neoplasia

Vikas MENON

11:45 Conjunctival Lymphoma

Bhaduri ANIRBAN

11:55 Benign Conjunctival Tumors

Savari DESAI

12:05 Pigmented Conjunctival Tumors

Vikas MENON

12:15 Histopathology of Ocular Surface Tumors

Deepali JAIN

Free papers in visual science and ocular microbiology &

ocular infectious diseases

MS-FP01

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11:30 - 12:50

Venue: Hall 14, HICC

Chair(s): Takashi SUZUKI, Padmamalini MAHENDRADAS, Yoshitsugu INOUE, Savitri SHARMA

11:30 Role of Curcumin in the Prevention of Experimental Diabetic Retinopathy in Rats Through Its Hypoglycemic, Antioxidant, and Anti-Inflammatory Mechanisms

S GUPTA

11:37 Transgenic TBK1 Mice and Normal Tension Glaucoma

John FINGERT

11:44 Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Alpha Linolenic Acid on Human Corneal Epithelial Cells

Abraham SOLOMON

11:51 Biofilm Formation of Pathogenic Fungi Isolated from Corneal Ulcer

Suman SAHA

11:58 Molecular Design of New Antibiotics Targeted to MRSA

Roger BEUERMAN

12:05 Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms in Defense and Inflammation Genes and Contact Lens Related Microbial Keratitis

Fiona STAPLETON

12:12 Study to Compare the Utility of Routine Microbiology Versus DNA Macrochip in the Management of Endophthalmitis

Abhishek KOTHARI

12:19 Emerging Fourth-Generation Fluoroquinolone Resistance in Pseudomonas Aeruginosa Keratitis Isolates

Lalitha PRAJNA

12:26 Newer Paradigm in Management of Ocular Toxoplasmosis

Pooja BANSAL

12:33 Effect of Bevacizumab (avastin) on Mitochondrial Function of Retinal Pigment Epithelial, Neurosensory Retinal and Microvascular Endothelial Cells in-Vitro

Saurabh LUTHRA

Retinoblastoma: evolution in diagnosis and management

OP-IC02

Retinoblastoma remains the most common intraocular childhood malignancy. Over the past decade, the field has witnessed a paradigm shift in the management of this disorder. Today, this neoplasm is treated with a broad multidisciplinary approach, including surgery, systemic chemotherapy, radiotherapy, and various focal treatments.

14:30 - 15:50 Venue: Granite, Novotel

Chief Instructor: Shilpa MITTAL

14:30 Examination Under Anesthesia: What All Can You Find, What Defines the Follow Up

Shilpa MITTAL

14:42 Leucocoria in a Child: The Challenges in Diagnosis and How to Increase the Rate of Early Diagnosis of Disease

Usha R

14:54 The Decision Making: Plan of Management, When to Use the Knife, How to Manage Recurrence

Santosh HONAVAR

15:06 Chemotherapy: When, What, How, How Much and When to Stop

Shilpa MITTAL

15:18 Role of Radiation in RB Management and the Future Directions in the Management of Refractory RB

Parag SHAH

OPHTHALMIC EDUCATION

Innovations in teaching and learning OE-SS03 The symposium will present experiences, tips and strategies for developing successful webinars and mobile e-learning.

10:00 - 11:20 Venue: Hall 15, HICC

Chair(s): Ashok GROVER, Eduardo MAYORGA

10:00 Why Webinars?

Eduardo MAYORGA

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10:10 The AIOS Webinar Experience

Ashok GROVER

10:20 The LV Prasad Webinar Experience

Prashant GARG

10:30 The Latin America Webinar Experience

Ana Gabriela PALIS

10:40 Webinars: Software, Logistics and Costs

Eduardo MAYORGA

10:50 Simultaneous Room and Web Interactivity in Webinars

Karl GOLNIK

11:00 Mobile Learning in Ophthalmology

Dexter LEUNG

Teams in ophthalmology OE-SS04 Currently, we are not meeting the global eye care burden. One method of improving eye care availability is to train integrated teams designed to triage and coordinate eye care thus facilitating maximum efficiency. This symposium will explore current eye care issues, formation of eye care teams and current effective models.

11:30 - 12:50 Venue: Hall 15, HICC

Chair(s): Karl GOLNIK, Heather MACK

11:30 The Eyecare Burden - Why We Need Teams in Ophthalmology

Serge RESNIKOFF

11:41 Team Care and Team Learning At LV Prasad

Prashant GARG

11:52 Trends in Medical Education - MDs As Team Leaders

J Fernando AREVALO

12:03 How to Form a High Performance Team

Heather MACK

12:14 Models of Eye Care Team

Babar QURESHI

12:25 The US Model

Karl GOLNIK

Ophthalmic subspecialty education OE-SS02 This symposium will present different methodology and outline training goals in ophthalmology subspecialties around various Asia-pacific areas. The presentations will include but not limited to training methods, and continuous medical education programs provided. we will also discuss the future and the importance of Asia-pacific, and international meetings, subspecialty training program, and the role it plays in providing a valuable platform for the exchange of scientific education and experiences. Finally the function and activities of the association bodies from different areas is explored and we see how everyone is working individually and cooperatively in the wonderful field of ophthalmology in Asia- pacific.

14:30 - 15:50 Venue: Hall 15, HICC

Chair(s): Rajvardhan AZAD, Lin-chung WOUNG

14:30 Subspecialty Education ICO Initiative

Bruce SPIVEY

14:38 Current Practice of Subspecialty Education in USA

Karl GOLNIK

14:46 Ophthalmic Subspecialty Education in Canada :

14:54

Challenges and Opportunities

Neeru GUPTA

Current Practice of Subspecialty Education in Taiwan

Lin-chung WOUNG

15:02 Current Practice of Subspecialty Education in India

Rajvardhan AZAD

15:10 Current Practice of Subspecialty Education in Indonesia

Tjahjono GONDHOWIARDJO

15:18 Current Practice of Subspecialty Education in Middle East & Africa

Kenneth KAGAME

15:26 Current Practice of Subspecialty Education in Australia and New Zealand

Scientific Program Schedule - Jan 17, 2013 (Thursday)

Scientific Program Schedule

Catherine GREEN

Free papers in ocular imaging and ophthalmic education

MS-FP03

16:00 - 17:20

Venue: Hall 14, HICC

Chair(s): D K MEHTA, Ki-ho PARK, Nepalia Lalit KUMAR, Naoyuki MAEDA

16:00 Correlation of Corneal Nerve Microstructure and Function With Peripheral Neuropathy in Diabetes Mellitus Using in Vivo Confocal Microscopy

Stuti MISRA

16:07 Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness and Its Correlations

in a Population Based Study. the Central India Spectral

Domain OCT Study (CI-SOS)

Karishma BHATE-CHAVAN

16:14 Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) in Color Deficiency

Supriyo GHOSE

16:21 Evaluation of Microstructural Changes in the Cornea and Limbus in Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS) With Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency (LSCD) Using in-Vivo Confocal Microscopy (IVCM)

Kunjal SEJPAL

16:28 Changes in Anterior Chamber Angle After Laser Iridotomy:

A Source-Swept Anterior Segment Optical Coherence

Tomography Study

Rajesh KUMAR

16:35 Dual Scheimpflug Imaging Parameters in Post-Lasik Ectasia, Keratoconus and Normal Eyes

Jagadesh REDDY

16:42 Changing Trends in Fellowships; Retrospective Study Over Two Decades

Kuheli BHATTACHARYA

16:49 Comparison of Inter-Observer Variability by Two Healthcare Professionals Using Lenstar LS 900 Non- Contact Biometry and OcuScan RXP Contact Biometry

Bhavik PANCHAL

16:56 Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography Following Nd:YAG Laser Membranotomy in Premacular Hemorrhage

Neha GOEL

17:03 Spectral Domain Optical Coherence Tomography (SDOCT) for Comparison of Ultrastructural Changes Predictive

of Suboptimal Visual Acuity in Resolved Central Serous

Retinopathy (CSR)

Mohit BANSAL

Ophthalmic residency education

16:00 - 17:20

Venue: Hall 15, HICC

OE-SS01

Chair(s): Santosh HONAVAR, Venkatesh PRAJNA

16:00 Overview of Residency Training-Transitioning from Apprenticeship to Competency Based Training

Deb COLVILLE

16:07 Teaching Surgery to Trainees

Tim ROBERTS

16:14 Ophthalmic Residency Education in India

Ashok GROVER

16:21 Ophthalmic Residency Education in Bangladesh

Ava HOSSAIN

16:28 Standardizing and Assurance of Ophthalmic Residency Education in Indonesia

Tjahjono GONDHOWIARDJO

16:35 Ophthalmic Residency Education in Thailand

Prin ROJANAPONGPUN

16:42 Ophthalmic Residency Education in Hong Kong

Dexter LEUNG

16:49 Ophthalmic Residency Education in Australia/ New Zealand

Catherine GREEN

16:56 Ophthalmic Residency Education in China

Chun ZHANG

OPHTHALMIC

EPIDEMIOLOGy

Free papers in ophthalmic epidemiology and prevention of blindness MS-FP04

08:30 - 09:50

Venue: Hall 14, HICC

Chair(s): Debasish BHATTACHARYA, Rohit VARMA, Lahane T P, Seang- mei SAW

08:30 Prevalence of Macular Holes in Rural Central India. The Central India Eye and Medical Study

Sarang LAMBAT

08:37 Modeling the Risk of Age-Related Macular Degeneration and Its Predictive Comparisons in a Population in South India

Krishnaiah SANNAPANENI

08:44 Population Based Prevalence of Dry Eye Disease in the Adult Indian Population

Noopur GUPTA

08:51 Low Vision Aids: How Useful Are They for Patients With Age Related Macular Degeneration

Kirti Jai SINGH

08:58 Cataract Surgical Rate (CSR) Is Not a Good Indicator to Measure Cataract Blindness and the Role of Gender in Accessing Cataract Treatment Services

Kuldeep DOLE

09:05 Refractive Error Study in Children of Bangladesh: A Community Based Survey

Shawkat Ara SHAKOOR

09:12 Computerised Evaluation of Fundus Images: A Novel Screening Method for Glaucoma

Lipi CHAKRABARTY

09:19 Tele-Ophthalmology and Community Eye Care: Early Experiences from Initial Six Months

Jnanankar MEDHI

09:26 The Cost of Doing Rapid Assessment for Avoidable Blindness Survey in Andhra Pradesh, India

Srinivasa PALLERLA

ORBITS AND OCULOPLASTICS

Evaluation and management of congenital ptosis OB-IC01 Course will deal with the clinical evaluation of the patients, to diagnose congenital simple and complicated ptosis. It will focus on the choice of correct surgical approach in a given case based on the evaluation. Surgical technique of the procedures such as Fasanella servat, Levator resection and Frontalis sling will be presented with the help of video films. The technique for tackling the condition of Blepharophimosis syndrome and Marcus Gunn ptosis will also be presented.

08:30 - 09:50 Venue: Hall 2, HICC

Chief Instructor: Ashok GROVER

08:30 Management of Marcus Gunn Ptosis and Blepharophimosis Syndrome

Ashok GROVER

08:45 Surgical Anatomy and Evaluation of Congenital Ptosis

Apoorv GROVER

08:57 Fasanella Serval Surgery

Shaloo BAGEJA

09:07 levator Resection Surgery

Rituraj BARUAH

09:17 Frontalis Sling Surgery

Sujatha Savitri Rao Y

Oculoplastic and orbital emergencies

OB-SS01

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Scientific Program Schedule

Inappropriate management of Oculoplastic and Orbital Emergencies may lead to blindness, as well as death. The various causes are: Traumatic 1. Lid and lacrimal trauma 2. Orbital Trauma:

Fractures: emphysema; Traumatic Optic Neuropathy; Retro Bulbar Hemorrhage; Intra Orbital Foreign Body, Orbital compartment syndrome. 3. Iatrogenic: Vision loss after orbital/ lid surgeries; CSF leak. Non-traumatic 1. Neoplasms – malignancies; metastasis; leukemia. 2. Inflammatory – Idiopathic Orbital Inflammatory Disease; Thyroid Eye Disease. 3. Infective – Orbital cellulitis, mucormycosis, necrotizing fasciitis. 4. Vascular – Carotico- Cavernous Fistula. This session aims to provide a comprehensive overview and management algorithms of these critical conditions.

08:30 - 09:50 Venue: Hall 6, HICC

Chair(s): Tomoyuki KASHIMA, Hunter YUEN, Bipasha MUKHERJEE

08:30 Infective Etiologies of Oculoplasty Emergencies

Alex WONG

08:38 Visual Loss After Orbital Surgery

Andy CHENG

08:46 Corneal Damage Prevention in Facialis Paresis

Damayanti SISWOYO

08:54 Emergencies in Orbital Vascular Disorders

Usha R

09:02 Neoplasms in the Orbital Region - an Emergency?

Meghana VARDE

09:10 Lid & Lacrimal Trauma

Marian PAULY

09:18 Missing Rectus Muscle in Orbital Fracture Repair

Tomoyuki KASHIMA

09:26 Should We Treat Traumatic Optic Neuropathy With Steroids?

Neil MILLER

Lacrimal drainage procedures: from old to new!!! OB-IC02 Epiphora due to lacrimal drainage obstruction is commonly encountered by an ophthalmologist. This course will enable the participant to learn the nuances of lacrimal surgery from masters.

10:00 - 11:20 Venue: Hall 2, HICC

Chief Instructor: Suryasnata RATH

10:00 Endonasal DCR WITHOUT an Endoscope – Is It Really an Effective and Cheap Option?

Suryasnata RATH

10:12 External DCR: Tips for Success!

Savari DESAI

10:24 Endoscopic DCR: Scarless Patency

Gangadhara SUNDAR

10:36 Conjunctival DCR With Lester Jone Tube: Relief For The Canalicular Obstructions

Anita SETHI

10:48 Endoscopic Lacrimal Duct Recanalization Using Microendoscope: State-of-Art Technique

Reynaldo JAVATE

Emerging diagnostic and therapeuticadvancements in

orbital disorders

OB-SS05

10:00 - 11:20

Venue: Hall 6, HICC

Chair(s): Timothy SULLIVAN, James GARRITY, Santosh HONAVAR

10:00 Advances in Orbital Imaging

Cat BURKAT

10:11 Rapid Diagnosis in Orbital Pathology – Does It Meet the Gold Standard?

Kaustubh MULAY

10:22 Emerging Treatments for Orbital Basal Cell Carcinoma

Alon KAHANA

10:33 Radiation in Thyroid Eye Disease – Where Are We Now?

James GARRITY

10:44 Propranolol in the Management of Capillary Hemangioma of Infancy – an Evidence-Based Appraisal

Timothy SULLIVAN

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10:55 Multimodal Therapy for Orbital Tumors With Improved Eye and Life Salvage

Santosh HONAVAR

Pediatric oculoplasty OB-IC03 To introduce latest concepts in pediatric oculoplasty in following areas of speciality 1) Pediatric dacryocystitis 2) Pediatric oncology 3) Congenital diseases and cryptophthalmos 4) Pediatric lid abnormalities 5) Pediatric inflammatory diseases of orbit 5) Systemic conditions associated with pediatric oculoplasty

11:30 - 12:50 Venue: Hall 2, HICC

Chief Instructor: Sunil MOREKER

11:30 Pediatric Lid and Orbit

Sunil MOREKER

11:42 Cryptophthalmos and Other Corneal Involvement in Pediatric Oculoplasty

Harshavardhan GHORPADE

11:54 Management of Squints in Oculoplasty Cases

Shashank RANADE

Recent advances in oculoplastic surgery OB-SS02 The field of Oculoplastic Surgery has undergone significant advances in the past decade, with notable improvements in every aspect of practice. This symposium aims to provide a brief overview of some of the key advances. The symposium will cover novel imaging modalities, treatment of the anophthalmic socket, new implants, new approaches to thyroid eye disease, and advances in the diagnosis and treatment of eyelid dysfunction and orbital disease.

11:30 - 12:50 Venue: Hall 6, HICC

Chair(s): Gangadhara SUNDAR, Alon KAHANA, Usha SINGH

11:30 Orbital Imaging and Non-Invasive Orbital Angiography

Cat BURKAT

11:38 Treatment of Orbital Vascular Anomalies

Usha SINGH

11:46 Advances in Orbital and Oculoplastic Histo-Pathology

Anita CHAN

11:54 Diagnosis and Treatment of Orbital Inflammatory Disorders

Shivani GUPTA

12:02 Advances in the Treatment of Thyroid Orbitopathy

Alon KAHANA

12:10 Implants in Orbital Reconstruction

Gangadhara SUNDAR