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Programme – Friday 4 September

08.00-09.00

Free Paper Session: Amblyopia

Moderators: E. Al Alawi BAHRAIN, C. Lai HONG KONG

08.00
E. Kahouadji ALGERIA
Residual nystagmic amblyopia treatment trial with an association of citicoline and gabapentine and patching

08.06
N. Behrad Far, Z. Rajavi, H. Mughaddasifar, M. Yaseri IRAN
Evaluation of the relationship between the macular retinal thickness in amblyopic children and their controls

08.12
F. Manzotti, J. Orsoni, M. Scarlino, F. Morsia, G. Pedrazzi ITALY
Amblyopia screening: results on 36910 children tested in Parma, Italy, between 2005 and 2014

08.18
T. Althomali SAUDI ARABIA
Posterior chamber toric phakic intraocular lens implantation for the correction of anisometropia with astigmatism and treatment of amblyopia, long follow-up

08.24
S. Gamboa SPAIN
The visual function of young soccer players

08.30
A. Bruce, L. Fairley UK
The impact of presenting visual acuity on early developing literacy skills

08.36
A. Mataftsi, N. Kappos, P. Malamaki, S. Kokkali, S. Dimitrakos, A. Haidich GREECE
Τhe reporting of logMAR visual acuity and crowded visual acuity in literature regarding amblyopia

08.42
D. Neely, J. Wang, D. Sprunger, K. Haider, H. Smith, G. Roberts, D. Plager USA
A randomized trial of amblyz liquid crystal occlusion glasses vs traditional patching for treatment of moderate unilateral amblyopia in children: 3 month outcome

08.48      Discussion

09.00      End of session

Free Paper Session: Cataract


Moderators: S. Khokhar INDIA, J. Pauw UK

08.00
M. Asferaw, S. Yoseph, Y. Assefa, S. Tesfaye ETHIOPIA
Assessment of outcomes of paediatric cataract surgery at tertiary eye care center in Northwest Ethiopia

08.06
A. Sauer, C. Speeg-Schatz FRANCE
Intraocular cytokines levels in congenital cataracts

08.12
S. Manning, M. O’Keefe, B. Lanigan IRELAND
Risk of retinal detachment in patients with Marfan syndrome and one or more prior intraocular procedures

08.18
B. Olusanya, A. Baiyeroju NIGERIA
Delay in presentation for paediatrc cataract surgery in NigeriaI.

08.24
I. Trifanenkova, A. Tereschenko, I. Belyi RUSSIA
Femtosecond laser-assisted anterior and posterior capsulotomies during cataract surgery in children

08.30
M. Khatun, M. Hossain, M. Haque Kallol, Q. Iftekhar, M. Atiquzzaman, T. Ahasan, S. Rahman BANGLADESH
Profile of paediatric cataracts and surgical outcome in Bangladesh: a hospital based study

08.36
V. Vasavada, A. Vasavada, S. Vasavada, S. Shah, M. Praveen, V. Vasavada, R. Trivedi INDIA
Postoperative complications in bilateral aphakia versus bilateral pseudophakia 5 years following cataract surgery: randomised,clinical trial

08.42
T. Borges, A. Abreu, D. Dias, V. Miranda, R. Parreira, A. Meireles, P. Meneres PORTUGAL
Paediatric traumatic cataract

08.48      Discussion

09.00      End of session

Free Paper Session: Low Vision


Moderators: C. Luchansky USA, M. Paiva PORTUGAL

08.00
P. Vijayalakshmi, G. Amit Shah INDIA
Study of risk factors, visual and developmental outcome in cases of radiologically proven periventricular leukomalacia

08.06
A. Akhter, S. Altaf PAKISTAN
Visual improvement with low vision aids in children with Stargardt’s disease

08.12
O. Konikova, O. Diskalenko, V. Brzhesky RUSSIA
The visual efficacy in patients after surgical treatment stages 5 of retinopathy of prematurity

08.18
D. Hong-Wei, Z. Xiao-Juan, M. Jing, C. Qing-Shan, T. Yuan, Z. Xiao-Ming, Z. Ri-Jia CHINA
A study on effects of Bilberry Anthocyanin on form-deprivation myopia in guinea pigs and its mechanism

08.24
D. Ricci, C. Brogna, M. Petrianni, D. Romeo, D. Lepore, P. Sasso, F. Amore ITALY
To what extent a visual deficit can influence early motor development?

08.30
M. Zainora, M. Norliza. S. Noor Haziq MALAYSIA
The effect of contact lens treatment and null zone training on reading rate and abnormal head posture in schoolchildren with nystagmus

08.36
J. Marques, J. Costa, J. Quadrado Gil, P. Gil, T. Mesquita, C. Paiva PORTUGAL
Visual rehabilitation with distance monocular telescope in pre-school and school-aged visually impaired children

08.42
M. Norliza, M. Zainora, R. Baqiatu’l Sabiqi ‘Assfi MALAYSIA
The development of a new activities of daily living index (UKM_CHILD) for Malaysian school children with vision impairment

08.48      Discussion

09.00      End of session

Free Paper Session: Strabismus

Moderators: B. Gold USA, J. Li CHINA

08.00
M. Haque Kallol, M. Khatun, Q. Iftekhar, M. Sibgatullah BANGLADESH
Cortical visual impairment in children: Demography, etiology, associated neurological and ophthalmic findings: a tertiary eye care center based study

08.06
J. Prat, L. San, J. Tor, L. Prat SPAIN
Smooth pursuit movement abnormalities in adolescents with psychosis risk syndrome: a preliminary report

08.12
H. Chu, Y. Zhi, W. Wang, W. Song, L. Yan CHINA
The relationship between visual spatial resolution and binocular perceptual eye position in amblyopia

08.18
D. Makhkamova RUSSIA
Analysis of the causes of congenital optic nerve abnormalities

08.24
C. Salgado, A. Kastner, S. Araneda, N. Dimonte, F. Solanes CHILE
Developmental impairment in strabismus surgery: does it really matter?

08.30
D. Salchow GERMANY
Inferior oblique recession as a secondary procedure for hypertropia in thyroid-related orbitopathy

08.36
R. Kekunnaya, A. Chandrasekharan, V. Sachdeva INDIA
Clinical profile and surgical outcomes of Duane retraction syndrome (DRS) with hypertropia co-existing with horizontal deviation

08.42
F. Velez, M. Chang, S. Pineles USA
Minimally invasive adjustable suture marginal tenotomy and aplication for correction of incomitant vertical strabismus and torsion

08.48      Discussion

09.00      End of session

 09.00-10.15

Nystagmus


Chairpersons: Z. Chaudhuri INDIA , I. Gottlob UK

09.00
S. Shetty INDIA
Large face turn with nystagmus developing diplopia due to esotropia post augmented Kestenbaum Anderson surgery

09.08
Z. Chaudhuri INDIA
Convergence retraction nystagmus: unusual initial presentation of Kearns Sayre Syndrome with protean neuro-ophthalmic manifestations

09.16
F. X. Borruat SWITZERLAND
Opsoclonus in children: a spectrum of underlying etiologies

09.24
I. Gottlob UK
Alternating abnormal head posture

09.32
L. Abel USA
Nystagmus in the clinic and the world: internal and external influences on eye movements and vision in infantile nystagmus, with implications for assessment of treatment

09.40
A.Pilat UK
A child with vertical nystagmus

09.48
R. Hertle USA
How a nine year old with oculocutaneous albinism changed my practice

09.56
B. Dayong, L. Li, Z. Chengyue, C. Yanhui, H. Shoulong CHINA
Free Paper: Analysis about the wavelet of children’s nystagmus

10.02 Discussion

10.15
End of session

 09.00-10.15

Cornea


Chairpersons: K.K. Nischal USA/UK , M. Busin ITALY

09.00
K. Colby USA
Ocular surface surgery in children

09.12
M. O’Keefe IRELAND
Refractive surgery in children for myopia and hyperopia

09.24
B. Frueh SWITZERLAND
Cross-linking in children

09.36
P. Dureau FRANCE
Should we operate on unilateral Peter’s anomaly?

09.48
M. Busin ITALY
Endothelial keratoplasty: lessons learnt

10.00
K.K. Nischal USA/ UK
Corneal disease in mitochondrial cytopathy

10.12 Discussion

10.15 End of session

 09.00-10.15

Glaucoma


Chairpersons: S. Kaushik INDIA , P. Hamel CANADA

09.00
S. Senthil INDIA
The profile of childhood glaucoma in India

09.10
O. Geyer ISRAEL
…you deal with congenital glaucoma

09.20
A. Wiwatwongwana THAILAND
Primary congenital glaucoma treatment and management in Northern Thailand

09.30
S. Kaushik INDIA
Trabeculectomy in children: my tricks of the trade for severe congenital glaucoma

09.40
P. Hamel CANADA
Drainage tubes in paediatric glaucoma: a lesson learnt

09.50
C. Rolim BRAZIL
My preferred technique for congenital glaucoma

10.00 Discussion

10.15 End of session

 09.00-10.15

Orbit and Oncology


Chairpersons: Q. Boon Long SINGAPORE , Z. Iqbal PAKISTAN

09.00
Q. Boon Long SINGAPORE
Global burden of retinoblastoma

09.10
N. Bobrova UKRAINE
Current treatment of intraocular retinoblastoma

09.20
J. Rahmat MALAYSIA
Current treatment of extraocular retinoblastoma

09.30
A. Mallipatna INDIA
Indications and outcome of periocular and intravitreal chemotherapy for retinoblastoma

09.40
A. Reddy UK
Intra-arterial chemotherapy for RB: indications and complications

09.50
Z. Iqbal PAKISTAN
Dilemmas of pediatric ocular oncology in the Northwest frontier of Pakistan

10.00 Discussion

10.15 End of session

10.30-10.45

Opening Ceremony

 10.45-11.00

Jam Session – My World My Way


Chairperson: R. Kekunnaya INDIA

 11.10-11.50

Keynote: Non-Strabismus

Chairperson: A. Levin USA

 13.30-17.10

Spanish Session


13.30 – 15.00
Chairpersons: M. Goldchmit BRAZIL, J. Visa Nasarre SPAIN, A. Serra Castanera SPAIN, M. Morales SPAIN, A. Fernandez COLOMBIA

Spanish Strabismus Session

13.30
A.W. Espinosa SPAIN
Estrabismo secundario a cirugía ocular

13.40
A. Galán Terraza SPAIN
Síndrome de Duane

13.50
J. Visa Nasarre SPAIN
Estrabismo secundario a descompresión orbitaria

14.00
F. Prieto Diaz ARGENTINA
Síndrome de Brown

14.10
S. Moguel MEXICO
Fibrosis de los músculos extraoculares

14.20
M. Goldchmit BRAZIL
Sindrome de Möbius

14.30
F. Velez USA
Estrabismo secundario a fractura orbitaria

14.40
A. Magalhaes PORTUGAL
Estrabismo en altos míopes

14.50 Discussion

15.00
End of session

 15.15-17.10

Paediatric Ophthalmology Session
Treatment Protocols in Paediatric Ophthalmology

15.15
J. Manzitti ARGENTINA
Protocolo quirúrgico en las cataratas pediátricas

15.24 Discussion

15.27
A. Fernandez COLOMBIA
Indicaciones y técnica en Queratoplastia Penetrante en niños

15.36 Discussion

15.39
P. Tejada SPAIN
Nuevos tratamientos en Uveitis Pediátrica

15.48      Discusión

15.51
I. Gonzalez SPAIN
Protocolo Terapéutico en la ROP aguda

16.00
A.Zinn BRAZIL
Discusión

16.03
F. Mendiola PERU
Tratamiento en las malformaciones palpebrales

16.12
J. Prat-Bartomeu SPAIN
Discusión

16.15
N. Martín SPAIN
Protocolo diagnóstico ante malformaciones papilares

16.24
C. Cleves COLOMBIA
Discusión

16.27
C. Salgado CHILE
Miastenia infantil

16.36 Discusión

16.39
E. Urrets Zavalia ARGENTINA
Protocolo Quirúrgico en Glaucoma Pediátrico

16.48     
A. Serra Castanera SPAIN
Discusión

16.51      Final remarks

17.00      End of session

 13.30 – 15.15

Neuro-Ophthalmology Eye Movements


Chairpersons: R. Bangsgaard DENMARK, F. X. Borruat SWITZERLAND

13.30
F. X. Borruat SWITZERLAND
Transient oculomotor abnormalities in neonates

13.40
R. Bangsgaard DENMARK
Acquired cranial palsies

13.50
M. Kothari INDIA
Eye movement recording, an essential tool for the modern management of nystagmus

14.00
C. Parsa USA
Brown syndrome: a congenital cranial dysinnervation syndrome

14.10
Y. Strube CANADA
Skew deviation/OTR

14.20
N. Gravier FRANCE
Superior oblique myokymia

14.30
P.F. Kaeser SWITZERLAND
Cerebellar oculomotor syndrome

14.40
G. Roper Hall USA
Ocular neuromyotonia

14.50
D. Mojon SWITZERLAND
The truth about convergence spasm

15.00
Discussion

15.15
End of session

 13.30-15.15

Cataract


Chairpersons: S. Lambert USA, J. Ram INDIA

13.30
S. Lambert USA
Five-year outcomes of the infant aphakia treatment study

13.45
J. Ram INDIA 
Paediatric cataract surgery in challenging situations

14.00
H. Burkhard Dick GERMANY
Femtosecond lasers for paediatric cataract surgery

14.15
A. Sahin TURKEY
Glaucoma following paediatric cataract surgery

14.30
M. Ventura BRAZIL
Long-term outcomes of IOL implaNtation in children with ectopia lentis

14.45
N. EI Shakankiry EGYPT
Cataract surgery in microphthalmic eyes

15.00 Discussion

15.15
End of session

 13.30-15.15

Retina-Medical

Chairpersons: S. Jalali INDIA, G. Gole AUSTRALIA

13.30
G. Gole AUSTRALIA
Plus disease in retinopathy of prematurity

13.40
S. Jalali INDIA
FEVR: Do I treat prophylactically

13.50
S. Kusaka JAPAN
Treatment of severe Coats disease by anti-VEGF therapy and/or vitrectomy

14.00
T. Lee USA
SD-OCT and angiographic findings in Coat’s disease

14.10
E. Silva PORTUGAL
FAF in inherited retinal dystrophies

14.20
M. Moosajee, C. Bunce, B. Foot, A. Moore, J. Acheson UK
Free Paper: The incidence of choroidal neovascularisation in children within the United Kingdom- a population-based surveillance study

14.26
C. Sylvester USA
Cancer associated retinopathy in children

14.36
A. Liasis
The EGR in e-scone dystrophy

14.46
D. Mackey AUSTRALIA
Phenotype: genotype correlates in retinal dystrophies

14.56
T. Queiros, C. Freitas, P. Barros, R.Santos-Silva, S. Guimaraes PORTUGAL
Free Paper: Normative database of optical coherence tomography parameters in childhood

15.02 Discussion

15.15 End of session

 13.30-15.15

Ophthalmogenetics


Chairpersons: D. Mackey AUSTRALIA, K. Arcot Sadagopan CHINA

13.30
W. Wuthisiri THAILAND
Introduction to ophthalmic genetics

13.40
D. Mackey AUSTRALIA
Pedigrees and populations: success with sequencing and GWASK. 

13.50
M. Lingao THE PHILIPPINES
Genetics of paediatric cataract and paediatric glaucoma

14.00
A. Khan SAUDI ARABIA
Pathognomonic forms of retinal dystroph

14.10
Arcot Sadagopan CHINA
Looking beyond retina: paediatric syndromic retinal dystrophies

14.20
E. Traboulsi USA
CCDD: genetics – clinical and molecular aspects

14.30
A. Mallipatna INDIA
Genetics of retinoblastoma

14.40
A. Ganesh OMAN
Ocular manifestations of inborn errors of metabolism

14.50
C. Bedrup NORWAY
High myopia: excavated optic disc anomaly associated with a MYCBP2 mutation

15.00 Discussion

15.15
End of session

 15.45-17.00

Free Paper Session: Strabismus


Chairpersons: Y. Morad ISRAEL, J. Visa SPAIN

15.45
E. Urrets Zavalia, N. Crim ARGENTINA
Strabismus associated with congenital cataracts

15.51
M. Younis, R. Dakroub, G. Abou Shakra, R. Haddad, E. Khawam LEBANON
Infectious complications post strabismus surgery

15.57
A. Affan, J. Demer, F. Velez LIBYA
Heterotopic lateral rectus in exotropic Duane syndrome with pattern strabismus

16.03
Z. Acar, O. Altintas, B. Ozkan, O. Elibol TURKEY
Augmented medial rectus recession with looped knots is effective in the treatment of convergence excess esotropia

16.09
M. Sharma, P. Sharma, R. Saxena, V. Menon INDIA
Evaluation of adjustable partial vertical recti transposition in Exo Duane retraction syndrome

16.15
M. Strominger, K. Tawse, S. Klein USA
Rectus muscle advancement for the treatment of ocular misalignment following scleral buckle

16.21
N. Hajiyeva, E. Kasimov AZERBAIJAN
Optimal method to examine children with strabismus in early childhood

16.27
L. MacKeen CANADA
Saving time and money; a method for using ImageJ software to create 3×3 composites of the 9 diagnostic positions of gaze

16.33
J. Kwok, G. Chong, S. Ko, J. Yam HONG KONG
A prospective study of the change in fusional convergence parameters in association with the change in Newcastle Control Score in Chinese children with intermittent exotropia over 3 years

16.39
P. Cepeda-Vázquez, C. Murillo-Correa, D. Islas-Hernandez MEXICO
Prevalence of facial asymmetry in Mexican population at an ophthalmological reference center

16.45      Discussion

17.00      End of session

 15.45-17.00

Free Paper Session: Anterior Segment


Chairpersons: M. Younis LEBANON, C. Chua PHILIPPINES

15.45
A. Gupta, J. William, A. Bhatnagar, S. Mall, K. Mappouras, M. Parulekar UK
Management and visual outcomes of subluxed lenses in children: a 16 year review

15.51
I. Mogylna, G. Parkhomenko, T. Manoilo UKRAINE
Orthokeratology as a controlling method of progressive myopia

15.57
S. Hassan BANGLADESH
Corneal collagen cross-linking can reduce the burden of eye bank

16.03
T. Yu, Z. Yin, D. Qi, H. Yang CHINA
Techniques of minimally invasive anterior segment surgery in children

16.09
M. Singh, N. Singh, Q. Jawaid, K. Aditya, M. Kataria, V. Gupta, K. Honnakatti INDIA
Vernal keratoconjunctivitis: topical cyclosporine 0.05% versus tacrolimus 0.1% ophthalmic suspension

16.15
R. Sethi INDIA
School screening: a novel method for high volume screening for refractive errors

16.21
N. Marques, S. Barros, A. Miranda, J. Cardoso, S. Parreira, T. Fonseca, N. Campos PORTUGAL
Scheimpflug imaging evaluation of optical components in Portuguese children with history of preterm birth

16.27
R. Ihnatko, U. Eden, N. Lagali, A. Dellby, P. Fagerholm SWEDEN
Aniridia associated keratopathy under spotlight: what story tears can tell

16.33
B. Chauhan, A. Medsinge, S. Kamakari, E. Gajdosova, H. Scanga, K.K. Nischal USA
Novel phenotype with PAX6 mutations: using functional studies to explain phenotype

16.39
S. Abdullayev UZBEKISTAN
Administration of fluzamed in eye fungal infections in children

16.45      Discussion

17.00      End of session

15.45-17.00

Non-Accidental Injury –  The Mock Trial


Panel of judges: E. Mezer ISRAEL, W. Aclimandos UK

Prosecution: A. Levin USA

Defence: G.Binenbaum USA

15.45-17.00

Free Paper Session: Ophthalmogenetics

Chairperson: R.Caputo ITALY, TBC

15.45
K. Arcot Sadagopan, R. Kathirvel, R. Keep, A. Rolfs, V. Perumalsamy, P. Kannan CHINA
A new clinical sign “The freckle sign”, a possible clinical marker for the diagnosis of Hermansky Pudlak syndrome in Indian patients with oculocutaneous albinism

15.51
B. Käsmann-Kellner, B. Seitz, A. Viestenz GERMANY
Aniridia or PAX6 syndrome: clinical findings, problematic courses especially concerning aniridic glaucoma and suggestions for refining the care (“aniridia guide”)

15.57
L. Wulandari, R. Rachmanda, H. Sujuti INDONESIA
Rho Kinase inhibitor Y-27632 decrease expression of caspase-3 retinal ganglion cells in rat model glaucoma induced with sodium hyaluronate

16.03       
K. Arcot Sadagopan, A. Aggarwal, G. Shah, V. Perumalsamy CHINA
The clinical phenotypic spectrum of paediatric Cohen syndrome (CS) in Indian Patients as compared to Finnish and other non-Finnish ethnic cohorts

16.09
S. Zhang, Z. Xiao, R. Qin, B. Yang, G. Zhang CHINA
A novel FGFR2 genetic mutation associated with Crouzon syndrome in a Chinese family

16.15
J. Matalia, A. Ghosh, V. Rajput, S. Shanbhag, B. Shetty INDIA
A novel idea of identification of regulatory pathways in paediatric cataract: a pilot study

16.21
G. Bacci, R. Caputo, V. Murro ITALY
Early onset X-linked retinoschisis in monozygotic twins: a multimodal diagnostic approach

16.27
A. Pakhomova, P. Bezdetko, Z. Muravey UKRAIN
Anterior segment ultrasound changes in patients with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

16.33
H. Scanga, A. Medsinge, V. Fu, C. Sylvester, K.K. Nischal USA
Vertical nystagmus in two siblings with autosomal recessive congenital stationary night blindness: a rare presentation with novel mutations

16.39
M. Ortube, S. Strom, M. Gorin USA
Three atypical phenotype-genotype associations in paediatric cases

16.45      Discussion

17.00      End of session

 17.00-18.00

Controversies: Paediatric Uveitis


Chairpersons: S. Sharma UK , M. Sainz de la Maza SPAIN

17.00
M. Sainz de la Maza SPAIN, S. Leinonen FINLAND
Biological agents should now be considerd indispensable for JIA uveitis

17.16
J Abano PHILIPPINES, S. Sharma UK
Are Cataract and Glaucoma procedures likely to fail in paediatric patients with uveitis?

17.32
S. Monteiro, I. Casal, J. Nascimento, V. Miranda, R. Parreira, M. Guedes, P. Meneres  PORTUGAL       Free Paper: Screening and treatment of juvenile idiopathic arthritis associated uveitis in a tertiary referral centre from Portugal

17.38
C. Hernández Martínez, C. Garcia-De-Vicuna SPAIN
Free Paper: Epidemiologic profile of children with uveitis associated with idiopathic arthritis juvenile in a large Spanish cohort

17.44 Discussion

18.00 End of session

 

 17.00-18.00

Controversies: Myopia – Prevention & Treatment


Chairpersons: P. Nucci ITALY, S.Wei Leo SINGAPORE

17.00
A. Magli, F. D’Esposito ITALY
Education, genes and myopia

17.10
K. Rose AUSTRALIA, in conjuction with I. Morgan AUSTRALIA
Evidence of environmental factors

17.20
R. Caputo ITALY
Can unilateral high myopia be related to infantile glaucoma?

17.30
E. Paysse USA
Refractive surgery: A reasonable approach to children with severe refractive error

17.40
I. Flitcroft IRELAND
Atropine treatment of myopia: theory and practice

17.50 Discussion

18.00
End of session

 17.00-18.00

Controversies: Superior Oblique Palsy


Chairpersons: D. Mojon SWITZERLAND, K. Arnoldi USA

17.00
K. Arnoldi USA
Measuring torsion and fusion amplitudes in SO palsy: no controversy, a must

17.08
S. Jain UK
For superior oblique palsy: I prefer SO TUCK

17.16
V. Sturm SWITZERLAND
Inferior oblique anteriorisation in superior oblique palsy

17.24
D. Mojon SWITZERLAND
MISS loop recession of the inferior oblique muscle

17.32
N. Thacker INDIA
Large hypertropias due to superior oblique palsy: what I do

17.40
D.Coats USA
For superior oblique palsy: inferior oblique sugery is almost always enough

17.48
P-F. Kaeser, C. Bergin, G. Klainguti SWITZERLAND
Free Paper: Functional results of inferior oblique muscle recession in unilateral
congenital trochlear nerve palsy

17.54
A. Dahlmann-Noor, I. Davagnanam, V. Tailor, J. Cherukad, J. Thornton, J. Sowden,
T. Yousry UK
Free Paper: Isolated congenital superior oblique paresis: a congenital disinnervation disorder? A genetic and high resolution MRI phenotype study

18.00
End of session

 17.00-18.00

Controversies: Use of VEP’s in Paediatric Neuroophthalmology


Chairpersons: A. Liasis UK, V. Fu USA

17.00
A. Liasis UK
Reliability of VEP measurement in craniosynostosis

17.10
V. Fu USA
The use of VEP for evaluation of IIH

17.20
J. Brecelj SLOVENIA
Visual electrophysiology in the clinical evaluation of optic neuritis, chiasmal tumours, achiasmia, and ocular albinism

17.30
M. Forrest AUSTRALIA
Using VEPS in paediatric ophthalmology the clinician’s perspective

17.40
M. Tekavcic Pompe SLOVENIA
The role of chromatic VEP in routine paediatric testing

17.50 Discussion

18.00 End of session

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