Programme – Sunday 3 December

08.00 – 09.25

The Mock Trial: Non-Accidental Injury

Room: Hall 1
Panel:A. Levin USA
S. Jalali INDIA
G. Binenbaum USA
K. Tan AUSTRALIA
W. Aclimandos UK

08.00 – 09.25

7 Systemic Diseases That We Should Know About

Room: Hall 2
Chairpersons: E. Silva PORTUGAL, Y. Ning Strube CANADA

08.00
B. Lorenz GERMANY
Ceroid neuronal lipofuscinosis

08.09
E. Silva PORTUGAL
Refsum’s and peroxisomal diseases

08.18
L. Thompson USA
Sturge Weber, PHACEs and approaches to hemangiomata

08.27
S. Wei Leo SINGAPORE
NF1 and NF2

08.36
A. Kulkarni AUSTRALIA
Effective solutions for the congenital and acquired pulley dysfunction syndromes

08.50
Y. Ning Strube CANADA
LHON and mitochondrial diseases

08.54
Y. Ning Strube CANADA
LHON and mitochondrial diseases

09.03
Discussion

09.25
End of Session

08.00 – 09.25

My Worst Complication

Room: Hall 3
Chairpersons: K.K. Nischal USA/UK, D. Granet USA

08.00
S. Gopal INDIA

08.08
D. Granet USA

08.16
D. Mojon SWITZERLAND

08.24
K.K. Nischal USA/UK

08.32
A. Chandna USA

08.40
S. Jain UK

08.48
A. Molinari ECUADOR

08.56
Discussion

09.25
End of Session

08.00 – 09.25

Strabismus Syndromes: Pearls & Pitfalls

Room: Hall 4
Chairpersons: D. Godts BELGIUM, E. Cumhur Sener TURKEY

08.00
D. Godts BELGIUM
Orthoptic pearls in strabismus syndromes

08.10
P. Sharma INDIA
Management of Duane and Möbius syndromes

08.20
F. P. Diaz ARGENTINA
Brown’s syndrome, keys to long term success

08.30
J. W. Pott NETHERLANDS
Practical approach to the management of diplopia in patients with cerebellar syndromes

08.40
L. Kowal AUSTRALIA
Effective solutions for the congenital and acquired pulley dysfunction syndromes

08.50
E. Cumhur Sener TURKEY
Pearls and pitfalls of strabismus surgery in congenital fibrosis of the extra ocular muscles

09.00
Discussion

09.25
End of Session

08.15 – 11.30

Orthoptics Workshop 1: Assessing and managing binocular diplopia

Room: Hall 5
Chairpersons: S. Cotter USA,
L. Kowal AUSTRALIA

08.15
M. Swaminathan INDIA
Tips and tricks in handling paediatric patients: expert recommendations from the desk of a paediatric ophthalmologist

08.25
T. Tharakeswari INDIA
Get your hands-on with paediatric vision assessment

08.35
J. Rizwana Hussaindeen INDIA
Refraction in binocular vision: case based approach in children and adults

08.45
Dr. Muthulakshmi INDIA
Case presentation

08.55
Discussion

Orthoptics Workshop 2: Get your Hands and Minds on in Handling Your Paediatric Work-up

Room: Hall 5
Chairpersons: J. Rizwana Hussaindeen INDIA,
D. Godts BELGIUM

10.00
D. Godts BELGIUM
Working up the diplopic patient

10.10
S. Cotter USA
Non-surgical management of diplopia

10.20
P. Satgunam INDIA
Managing diplopia in unusual scenarios

10.30
L. Kowal AUSTRALIA
Diplopia management from a strabismologist’s point of view

Case Presentations

10.40
J. Rizwana Hussaindeen INDIA

10.50
P. Kumar Singh INDIA

11.00
P. Sen INDIA

11.10
Discussion

11.30
End of Session

09.30 – 11.00

Strabismus Re-Op: Case Discussion

Room: Hall 1
Chairpersons: Y. Morad ISRAEL,
M. Goldchmit BRAZIL

09.30
D. Granet USA
Re-operation in Graves disease

09.40
S. Wei Leo SINGAPORE
Reoperations in patients with high myopia

09.50
A. Molinari ECUADOR
Re-operation after a lost muscle

10.00
Y. Morad ISRAEL
Stretched extraocular muscle scars: How to recognise treat and avoid

10.10
M. Goldchmit BRAZIL
Consecutive exotropia

10.20
Q. Boon Long SINGAPORE
Anti-elevation syndrome: Why? How to avoid and how to treat

10.30
L. Dagi USA
Reoperation after surgical treatment of Brown syndrome

10.40
Discussion

11.00
End of Session

09.30 – 11.00

CVI – Diagnosis, Strategies & Outcomes

Room: Hall 2

Chairpersons: M. Rainey USA,
L. Lawrence USA

09.30
L. Hyvarinen FINLAND
Visual processing disorders in school age

09.40
D. Ademola-Popoola NIGERIA
Who should diagnose CVI?

09.50
L. Lawrence USA
How early can we diagnose CVI?

10.00
A. Chandna USA
How late can you diagnose CVI?

10.10
N. Pehere INDIA
How can you integrate CVI into your busy practice?

10.20
G. Vasconcello BRAZIL
Ophthalmic interventions for children with CVI

10.30
P. Vijayalakshmi INDIA
CVI: An international perspective

10.40
Discussion

11.00
End of Session

09.30 – 11.00

Paediatric Uveitis

Room: Hall 3

Chairpersons: S. Sharma UK, S.L. Robbins USA

09.30
G. Wu SINGAPORE
Paediatric uveitis: The Singapore experience

09.40
I. Kozak UAE
The role of imaging in paediatric uveitis

09.50
S.L. Robbins USA
The relationship between steroids & IOP: Dispelling myths

10.00
M. Kramer ISRAEL
What has the IUSG taught us?

10.10
S. Sharma UK
The promise of biosimilars in the management of JIA – cost and bioequivalence

10.20
S.Yangzes INDIA
Free Paper: Long term outcomes of cataract surgery in children with uveitis

10.26
M. Tyagi INDIA
Free Paper: Vogt Koyanagi Harada Syndrome – Features and outcomes in paediatric population

10.32
S. Al-Zuhaibi OMAN
Free Paper: Paediatric Uveitis: The Sultan Qaboos University Hospital Experience, Oman

10.38
Discussion

11.00
End of Session

09.30 – 11.00

Genetics for Paediatric Ophthalmologist

Room: Hall 4

Chairpersons: G. Kumaramanickavel INDIA, A. Sadagopan Karthikeyan INDIA

09.30
C. Pang HONG KONG
Genetics of Myopia

09.40
K. K. Nischal USA
Genetics of paediatric cataract and corneal disorders

09.50
J. Wiggs USA
Genetics of Pediatric glaucoma

10.00
A.O. Khan UAE
Genotype-phenotype correlations in Pediatric retinal dystrophy

10.10
A. Sadagopan Karthikeyan INDIA
A Clinical and Genetic approach to a Child with coexistent Visual and Hearing abnormality

10.20
A. Levin USA
Dysmorphology for the Pediatric Ophthalmologist

10.30
V. Khetan INDIA
Genetic testing in Retinoblastoma

10.40
G. Kumaramanickavel INDIA
Genetic Testing and Genetic counselling in Children with genetic disorders

10.50
Discussion

11.00
End of Session

11.15 – 11.30

JAM Session: Our World, Our Way

D. Granet USA

11.30 – 11.45

Unique Perspectives on Paediatric Ophthalmology

N. Rao INDIA

11.50 – 12.25

Keynote Strabismus Lecture

R. Hertle USA
How and What We Learned From Studying Nystagmus In Infancy and Childhood

13.45 – 15.15

Amblyopia

Room: Hall 1

Chairpersons: A. Fernandes COLOMBIA, S. Cotter USA

13.45
A. Webber AUSTRALIA
The functional impact of amblyopia – Fine-motor skills in children with amblyopia

13.53
S. Cotter USA
Binocular Therapy for Amblyopia: Results from a Randomized Clinical Trial

14.01
M. Stass-Isern USA
Choosing the appropriate patient for Bangerter foil therapy

14.09
S. Pandey INDIA

Amblyopia: inside out

Pharmacology Therapy for Amblyopia – From Colombia to Istanbul

14.17
L. Berganza MEXICO
Pharmacology’s treatment for amblyopia: the Mexican approach

14.25
B. Gokyigit TURKEY
Pharmacologic therapies in amblyopia, Bosphorus experience

14.33
R. Garrido SPAIN
Amblyopia Treatment: Accommodation and Contrast Sensitivity

14.39
A. Fernandez COLOMBIA
Fighting Amblyopia in Latin America

14.47
Discussion

15.15
End of Session

13.45 – 15.15

Genetics for Paediatric Ophthalmologist

Room: Hall 2

Chairpersons: S. Pineles USA

13.45
A. Galan SPAIN
Myasthenia

13.55
R. Rodriquez SPAIN
Pica stroke syndrome

14.05
C. Cleves-Bayon USA
Vertical supranuclear gaze palsy

14.15
P. Patil-Chhablani INDIA
What’s new in Duane Syndrome

14.25
J. Peragallo USA
Paediatric idiopathic intracranial hypertension

14.35
C. Cleves-Bayon USA
MGDA and moya moya

14.45
Discussion

15.15
End of Session

13.45 – 15.15

Videos: Signs and Surgical Techniques in Paediatric Ophthalmology

Room: Hall 3

Chairpersons: Y. Fong Choong MALAYSIA, M. Younis LEBANON

13.45
Y. Fong Choong MALAYSIA
Essential signs of eye movements you shouldn’t miss

13.55
M. Younis LEBANON
Treatment of syndrome of ectopia lentis, spontaneous filtering blebs and facial dysmorphism

14.05
P. Lenhart USA
Corneal Signs/Surgery

14.15
R. Kumar INDIA
The sewing machine technique for iridodialysis repair

14.25
J. Ram INDIA
Double crystal lens

14.35
C. Cherfan LEBANON
Micropulse cyclophotocoagulation: A therapeutic option in paediatric glaucoma

14.45
K.K. Nischal USA
Gonioctomy in aniridia

14.55
Discussion

15.15
End of Session

13.45 – 15.15

Free Paper Mixed Sessions 4

Room: Hall 4

Chairpersons: S. Wei Leo SINGAPORE, C. Ortube USA

13.45
D. Godts BELGIUM
Long term follow-up of age related distance esotropia

13.51
G. Corradetti USA
Wright central plication of lateral rectus versus standard medial rectus recession in adult divergence insufficiency esotropia

13.57
S. Bhave INDIA
Analysis of Trochlear Nerve Palsies in a clinical setting in central India

14.03
S. Westby UK
Fornix incision versus Minimally Invasive Strabismus Surgery (MISS) approaches to strabismus surgery: An effectiveness study

14.09
K. Tenland SWEDEN
Surgical results in patients with exotropia and intermittent exotropia – a retrospective evaluation

14.15
S. Sathyan INDIA
Ocular torsion in intermittent exotropia without oblique muscle involvement

14.21
H. Reddy INDIA
Some complicated situations of superior oblique anomalie –possible management procedures with residual results

14.27
U. Gandhi INDIA
Clinical profile and treatment outcomes of Acquired Brown Syndrome: Case series from a tertiary eye care centre

14.33
A. Gupta INDIA
Early surgery for infantile esotropia has good motor and sensory outcome

14.39
S. Flodin SWEDEN
Standard reference range of cyclotorsion in a healthy adult population

14.43
M. CK INDIA
The original insertion – relevance in strabismus surgery

14.49
R. Friling ISRAEL
Primary Position Horizontal Deviations in Brown Syndrome Patients Undergoing Surgical Correction

14.56
Discussion

15.15
End of Session

13.45 – 15.15

Paediatricians’ and Ophthalmologists’ Perspective

Room: Hall 5

Chairpersons: L. Lingappa INDIA, A. Hedau INDIA

13.45
J. Matalia INDIA
Emergencies in paediatric ophthalmology

13.51
G. Corradetti USA
Wright central plication of lateral rectus versus standard medial rectus recession in adult divergence insufficiency esotropia

Ptosis in Children

14.05
A. Badakere INDIA
Ophthalmologists’ perspective

14.12
R. Konanki INDIA

Neurologists’ perspective

Neurometabolic diseases in children

14.05
V. Sachdeva INDIA
Ophthalmologists’ perspective

14.12
L. Lingappa INDIA
Neurologists’ perspective

14.39
Discussion

14.45
End of Session

15.20 – 15.50

Key Free Papers: Amblyopia

Room: Hall 1

Chairpersons: L. Lingappa INDIA, A. Hedau INDIA

15.20
S. Kaur INDIA
Optical coherence tomography angiography in anisometropic amblyopia

15.26
A. Vagge ITALY
Visual improvement in adult amblyopic eye following treatment-induced vision loss in the dominant eye with uveal melanoma

15.32
S. Bhat INDIA
Response to management of uncorrected latent hypermetropia in adolescents with recurrent headache: a prospective study

15.26
A. Vagge ITALY
Visual improvement in adult amblyopic eye following treatment-induced vision loss in the dominant eye with uveal melanoma

15.38
Discussion

15.50
End of Session

15.20 – 15.50

Key Free Papers: Anterior Segment

Room: Hall 2

Chairpersons: E. Stahl USA, M. RamappaINDIA

15.20
B. Madhavarao INDIA
Clinical profile and management of iris cyst in children- A case series

15.26
N. Shakankiri EGYPT
Femtomushroom keratoplasty in paediatric age

15.32
B. Chauhan USA
Understanding how the iris forms

15.38
S. De Lima SWEDEN
The effect of three common ophthalmic solutions on silicone hydrogel lens material Senofilcon A investigated in vivo and in vitro

15.44
Discussion

15.50
End of Session

15.20 – 15.50

Key Free Papers: Neuro Ophthalmology

Room: Hall 3

Chairpersons: M. Swaminathan INDIA, R. BangsgaardDENMARK

15.20
C. Morini UK
Longterm visual prognosis of nonsyndromic craniosynostosis

15.26
C. Ortube SPAIN
Infrared pupillography in neurofibromatosis and optic nerve gliomas

15.32
S. Handley UK
Application of macular OCT in paediatric neuro-ophthalmology

15.38
P. Satgunam INDIA
Testing visual fields in infants – A novel device

15.44
Discussion

15.50
End of Session

15.20 – 15.50

Key Free Papers: Oculoplastics

Room: Hall 4

Chairpersons: S. Kaliki INDIA, B. Mukherjee INDIA

15.20
T. Dave INDIA
Demography, clinical presentations and management outcomes in congenital contracted sockets: an Indian study of 311 eyes

15.26
K. Kola INDIA
Langerhans cell histiocytosis of the orbit

15.32
A. Medsinge USA
Single specialty vs combined approach to drainage of subperiosteal orbital abscesses in the paediatric population

15.38
K. Duncan USA
The association between epiblepharon and obesity

15.44
Discussion

15.50
End of Session

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