Organization

Introduction

The ESASO Anterior Segment Academy is a world-class forum on the diagnosis and treatment of anterior segment diseases. From Friday 5 to Saturday 6 April, the Instituto de Microcirugía Ocular (IMO) is delighted to host the 2019 Academy.

Located in Barcelona, Spain, the IMO is a leading ophthalmological institution boasting state-ofthe-art facilities and audio-visual equipment.

Description

The focus of this year’s Academy is on the science, diagnosis, and management of dry eye disease and refractive surgery complications. 

Internationally renowned specialists in refractive surgery and dry eye management will share their knowledge and discuss the latest scientific developments and technical advances in those fields. 

In addition, delegates will have the opportunity to  interact with the experts panel in ‘nearlive’ surgery sessions and case presentation sessions – with several cases presented in 3D!

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Schedule

FRIDAY, 6 APRIL 2019

  • 9:00

    WELCOME

  • 9:10

    OCULAR SURFACE DIAGNOSIS UPDATE

    • Mebomian Gland Dysfunction: evaluation tools including HD Analyzer and Topographer
    • Beyond BUT: HD Analyzer tear film evaluation
    • Update in calibrating ocular surface inflammation
    • Neurothrophic Keratopathy: measuring a devastating surgical and non-surgical complication
    • The new trend in technology: OCT based, and scheimplug based integrated biometer
    • DISCUSSION
  • 10:30

    BREAK

  • 11:00

    CORNEAL REFRACTIVE SURGERY COMPLICATIONS

    • Individualized corneal laser treatments after corneal refractive procedures
    • LASIK complications: how to avoid and treat problems
    • How to manage SMILE complications
    • Corneal refractive Surgery and herpes disease
    • Indications of keratoplasty techniques after corneal refractive surgery
    • Complications rate comparison between mechanical and femtosecond microkeratomes
    • Intracorneal lenses are they a safe surgical strategy
    • DISCUSSION
  • 12:40

    INDUSTRY SPONSORED SYMPOSIA

  • 14 h

    INTRAOCULAR REFRACTIVE SURGERY COMPLICATIONS

    • How to understand the unexpected visual symptoms with modern diagnostic technology
    • Managing postoperative error with Toric IOL patients: pearls for success
    • Postoperative Corneal edema: prevention and management and its impacts on IOP measurement
    • IOL exchange: a relatively common procedure
    • Long-term endothelial cell loss after iris fixated phakic IOL implantation
    • Comparative complaints rate between EDOF IOLs and monovision
    • Fixing refractive surgery complications with phototherapeutics ablation
    • Prevention and management of ICL complications
    • DISCUSSION
  • 15:50

    OCULAR SURFACE THERAPEUTICS

    • Pterigium surgery: how to prevent and how to treat recurrence
    • Use of growth-factors-enriched autologous plasma in persistent corneal epithelial defects
    •  Terrien disorder: a management update
    • Update in ocular surface reconstruction techniques: the role of keratoplasty
    • Management of MGD
    • Special devasting situations in herpes diseases
    • DISCUSSION

SATURDAY, 6 APRIL 2018

  • 9:00

    NEAR LIVE SURGERY | 3D AND 2D CASES

  • 10:10

    CASE PRESENTATION ROUND TABLE

    • Ocular Surface papilloma: ten years to treat
    • Homologous PKP for multiple rejection
    • Bilateral Corneal Toxicity with 100% chlorhexidine in blepharoplasty
    • Neurothrophic Corneal perforation after PK: Fibrin glue, AM and large diameter DALK
    • Nightmare after pseudopterygium surgery on a xeroderma pigmentation patient
    • Ocular Surface complication managment
    • DISCUSSION
  • 11:15

    BREAK

  • 11:30

    REFRACTIVE SURGERY COMPLICATIONS

    • Laser Corneal refractive surgery complications case report
    • Toric Artifex post keratoplasty
    • LASIK Complication
    • Corneal refractive surgery complication managment
    • Post LASIK complete flap traumatic loss
    • Case report: Management of potsrefractive surgery irregular astigmatism
    •  Decreased vision after Toric and multifocal piggy-back implantation
    • Corneal refractive surgery complication managment
    • DISCUSSION
  • 12:50

    CLOSURE OF THE MEETING

Venue

All scientific sessions will be held at the Instituto de Microcirugia Ocular de Barcelona (IMO).

For further information, please contact the Technical Secretary’s Office.
ESASO / Organiser:

Barbara Casirani
Elisabetta Di Felice
congress.asa@esaso.org
Tel.: +39 02 56601 1
Fax: +39 02 56609045

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Live Streaming

SESSION 1: OCULAR SURFACE DIAGNOSIS UPDATE

Chairs: M. Morral, M. Labetoulle

SESSION 2: CORNEAL REFRACTIVE SURGERY COMPLICATIONS

Chairs: D. Elies, P. Vinciguerra

SESSION 3: INTRAOCULAR REFRACTIVE SURGERY COMPLICATIONS

Chairs: J. Güell, R. Nuijts

SESSION 4: OCULAR SURFACE THERAPEUTICS

Chairs: M. Barbany, B.Cochener

SESSION 5: NEAR LIVE SURGERY

Chairs: R. Nuijts, H. Dua , D. Elies, M. Barbany, M. Morral, J. Güell

SESSION 6: CASE PRESENTATION ROUND TABLE

Coordinators: D. Elies, M. Barbany, M. Morral, J. Güell

A.- OCULAR SURFACE

Chairs: M. Barbany, M. Morral, J. Güell, H. Dua, J. Alvarez de Toledo, M. Labetoulle, J. Hjortdal

B.- REFRACTIVE SURGERY COMPLICATIONS

Chair: D. Elies, J. Güell, P. Vinciguerra, F. Malecaze, B. Allan, R. Nuijts, L. Mastropasqua