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Scientific Programme

Monday, September 3rd 2012

FREE PAPERS SESSION 1 AMBLYOPIA, SCREENING & VISUAL FUNCTION

08:45-09:40

MODERATORS: J Holmes, C. Vladutiu

08:45

01.Which Amblyopes do we miss with non-cycloplegic Refraction Screening?

Ehrt O.

08:56

02.Incidence of Strabismus and Amblyopia in Preverbal Children Previously Diagnosed with Pseudoesotropia

Silbert D, Matta N

09:07

03.Flip Chart Acuity Screening Compared to the plusoptiX S09 Photoscreener Performed by a Lay Screener

Matta N, Silbert D

09:18

04.Visual results and Strabismus Outcomes in Congenital Cataract Surgery

Aziz A, Toesca E

09:29

05.Group Training: a solution to improve compliance and efficiency in Amblyopia Therapy

Vladutiu C, Sevan S

ESA LECTURE by Jan-Tjeerd de Faber – “ADVENTURES OF A STRABOLOGIST"

09:40-10:40

Introduced by Daniela Cioplean

 

10:40

POSTER SESSION 1 POSTERS 1-14, COFEE BREAK

10:40-11:10

FREE PAPERS SESSION 2   NEUROOPHTHALMOLOGY & THE VISUAL FUNCTION

11:10-12:05

MODERATORS: F. Reich-D'Almeida, J.Sloper

11:10

06.Gaze dysfunction following stroke

Rowe F

11:21

07.The Accessory Optic System: The Fugitive Visual Control System in Infantile

Brodsky M

11:32

08.Deficits in Eye-Hand Co-ordination in Children With Strabismus and Ambyopia change with age

Sloper J, Melmoth D

11:43

09.Accommodation in Intermittent Exotropia

Horwood A, Riddell P

11:54

10.Symptoms of stroke-related visual impairment

Rowe F

ROUND TABLE: SURGERY FOR INFERIOR OBLIQUE OVERACTION/ SUPERIOR OBLIQUE PALSY-

 

DIFFERENT APPROACHES LEADING TO THE SAME GOAL

12:10-13:10

MODERATOR: H. Schworm

 

12:10

Factors influencing choice of procedure for apparent SO Palsy

Holmes J

12:20

When Inferior Oblique weakening is not enough for Superior Oblique Palsy

Molinari A

12:30

Single or combined Oblique Muscle surgery in Superior Oblique Palsy

Kaeser PF

12:40

Intra-operative adjustment of the Obliques Surgery

Paris V

12:50

Different techniques for Inferior Oblique Overaction and Superior Oblique Palsy

Schworm HD

DISCUSSIONS

 

13:10

LUNCH

13:10-14:10

FREE PAPERS SESSION 3 PARTICULAR TYPES OF STRABISMUS

14:10-15:15

MODERATORS: M.Goldschmitdt, M. Sato

14:10

11.Congenital Fibrosis of the Extra Ocular Muscles: diagnosis by magnetic resonance imaging and surgical treatment

Pilar Merino M,Gómez de Liaño P

14:21

12.MR Imaging in Strabismology : Technique, Indications and Results

Roth A, Cabanis E

14:32

13.Type IV Duane Syndrome

Sprunger D, Helveston EM, Cioplean D, Teodorescu L

14:43

14.Duane Retraction Syndrome associated with ocular coloboma

Denis D, Cousin M

14:54

15.Is there a new Strabismus entity in myopic patients ?

Marcon GB, Pittino R

15:05

16.Physiology of Extraocular Rectus Muscles evaluated by Dynamic Magnetic Resonance.

Loba P, Stefanczyk L

SYMPOSIUM: IMAGING IN STRABISMUS SURGERY

15:15-16:15

MODERATOR: R. G. de Liaño

 

15:15

Imaging in Superior Oblique Palsy

Sato M

15:25

Clinical and Image Correlation in Thyroid Strabismus

Bok- Beaube C

15:35

Imaging in Highly Myopic Restrictive Strabismus

Gomez de Liaño P

15:45

Imaging in Consecutive Exotropia

Negishi T

15:55

Imaging in Injured Muscles

Velez F

DISCUSSIONS

 

16:15

POSTER SESSION 2 POSTERS 15-27, COFEE BREAK

16:15: 16:45

FREE PAPERS SESSION 4 STRABISMUS SURGERY, PART 1

16:45-17:45

MODERATORS: M Gräf, G.B. Marcon

 

16:45

17.Strabismus Surgery Outcome in patients with Amblyopia

Goberville M, Sebag V

16:56

18.What did we learn from the BOSU study into severe Complications of Strabismus Surgery

Bradbury J, Taylor R

17:07

19.Reoperations in Duane Retraction Syndrome: Intraoperative Findings and Postoperative Results

Ciubotaru A, Popescu L

17:18

20.Risk factors for Reoperation in Infantile Esotropia

Friling R, Snir M

17:29

21.Topical Anesthesia in Strabismus Re-operation: a case series

Farahi A, Tavakkolizadeh S

17:40

46. The Natural Course of Anterior Segment Ischemia after Disinsertion of Extraocular Rectus Muscles in an Animal Model

Bagheri A, Tavakoli M, Eshaghi M

17:55

End of the Scientific Programme Day 1

 

Tuesday, September 4th 2012

EARLY MORNING ORTHOPTIC COURSE   "THE EYE IN FOCUS:

 

ACCOMMODATION AND VERGENCE AND DYNAMICS ANOMALIES"

08:00-09:00

MODERATOR: K. McMain

 

08:00

Accommodative and Vergence Anomalies

Rydberg A

08:15

Vergence adaptation – Clinical uses of a Physiological Phenomenon

Stephenson G

08:30

Convergence Accommodation trumps Accommodative Convergence

Horwood A

DISCUSSIONS

 

FREE PAPERS SESSION 5 BINOCULAR VISION

09:00-09:45

MODERATORS:   A. Spielmann,   A. Molinari

09:00

22.Binocular Vision in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Godts D

09:11

23.Dichoptic Contrast masking during relative Convergence Training

Dostalek M, Betlachova P

09:22

24.Analysis of Binocular Vision   quality in patients with Aphakic Artisan Lens

Levin M, Somma K

09:33

25.Stereoacuity in prism-induced Divergence Stress

Davis H, Bibi M

ROUND TABLE: MANAGEMENT OF INTERMITTENT EXTROPIA

09:45-10:45

MODERATOR: B.Stanković

 

PANELISTS:    B. Mohney, K. Romanchuk, J. Sloper, H. Steffen, S. Farzavandi, Jeong-Min Hwang

 

DISCUSSIONS

 

10:45

POSTER SESSION 3 POSTERS 28-38, COFEE BREAK

10:45-11:15

FREE PAPERS SESSION 6 STRABISMUS ASSESMENT& BINOCULR VISION

11:15-12:10

MODERATORS: O. Ehrt,   L.Teodorescu

 

11:15

26.The near clinical AC/A ratio actually estimates the CA/C ratio.

Horwood A, Riddell P

11:26

27.Classifying Congenital Superior Oblique Paresis using an objective measure of Vertical Fusional Vergence

Irsch K, Guyton D

11:37

28.MP4 Player attached to the forehead for Strabismus Assessment

Hajjo S

11:48

29.How far can we trust the Cover Test ?

Paris V

THE JOHN LEE RAPID FIRE POSTER PRESENTATION

12:00-13:00

MODERATOR: Jan-Tjerd De Faber

 

12:00

P27 Anterior Segment Ischemia - a case report

Toivonen P

12:05

P52 Iatrogenic Ciclotorsional Diplopia in Aquired Traumatic Bilateral Third Nerve Palsy: How we can manage it?

Piantanida AC, Falcicchio G

12:10

P14 Can the PlusoptiX replace the need for a cycloplegic examination in select pediatric ophthalmology patients?

Silbert D, Matta N

12:15

P46 Transposition Surgery for damage of Abducens Nerve: optimal strabismological portrait of patients to get the best outcome

Plisov I, Puzyrevskiy K

12:20

P50 Unilateral Enophthalmos with limited motility and shortening of the optic nerve. Case report

Haugen OH, Kråkenes J

12:25

P26 Similarity between Bacteriae in Nose and on Reattached Muscle points to reflux from Lacrimal Puncta

Simonsz H, Miño de Kaspar H

12:30

P49 Anterior and Nasal Transposition of Inferior Obliques in Crouzons Syndrome

Dickmann A, Petroni S

12:35

P34 Predictable factors of the improvement in Distance Stereoacuity following Surgery for Intermittent Exotropia

Park SH, Lee K

12:40

P30 The change of Accommodational Ability influencing Asthenopia with viewing 3D display

Moon N, Wee SW

12:45

P54 Whiplash Injury and Diplopia

Perez-Flores I

12:50

P56 Comparison of methods of double Maddox rod test in unilateral Superior Oblique Muscle Palsy

Kim SY, Lee JH, Kang SH

13:00

End of the Scientific Programme Day 2

 

Wednesday, September 5th 2012

EARLY COURSE: THE IIIrd NERVE PALSY

08:30-09:30

MODERATOR: C. Schiavi

 

08:30

Neuro-Imaging in IIIrd Nerve Palsy

Marcon GB

08:45

Synkinesia in IIIrd Nerve Palsy

Spielmann A

09:00

Problems and Solutions in Surgical Treatment of Third Nerve Palsy

Ozkan SB

09:15

Transposition Surgery for IIIrd Nerve Palsy

Gräf   M

DISCUSSIONS

 

FREE PAPERS SESSION 7 STRABISMUS SURGERY PART 2

09:30-10:35

MODERATORS: D. Thouvenin, S. Isenberg

09:30

30.An effective modification of Rectus Muscle Tucking Surgery Technique

Gokygit B,   Akar S

09:41

31.Bilateral Medial Rectus Recession with Posterior Fixation Suture for large Infantile Esotropia

Gräf M, Borchert O

09:52

32.Transposition Surgery for the treatment of Paralitic Exotropia

Schiavi C, Fresina M

10:03

33.Bupivacaine Treatment of Strabismus

Scott A, Miller J

10:14

34.Neurologic Exotropia: Do We Need to Decrease Surgical Dosing?

Brodsky M, Bang C

10:25

35.Effectiveness of Split Lateral Rectus Transposition to Medial Rectus Area in III. Cranial Nerve Palsy and Mis-innervation Syndrome

Gokygit B, Akar S

  10:35

POSTER SESSION 4 POSTERS 39-50, COFEE BREAK

10:35-11:05

FREE PAPERS SESSION 8 STRABISMUS OVERVIEW

11:05-12:10

MODERATORS: V. Paris, A. Damanakis

 

11:05

36.20 Year Follow-Up Study on Adult Strabismus Surgery

Gomez-de-Liano R, Diaz E

11:16

37.Comparison of the workload between Pediatric and Adult Ophthalmologic Examinations

Chang JH, Park SH

11:27

38..Long term Outcome of Single Stage Intra-operative Adjustable Strabismus Surgery (SSAS) under Topical Anesthesia

Farzavandi S, Lim Z

11:38

39.Quality of Life comparison of New Adult Strabismus patients and those receiving repeated injection of Botulinum Toxin to maintain ocular alignment

MacKenzie K, Hancox J

11:49

40.The association of Stage of Retinopathy of Prematurity with Strabismus, its Management and Refraction

Gursoy H, Basmak H

12:00

41.Recruitment issues in a pilot RCT of Surgery for Intermittent Exotropia

Sloper J

12:40

LUNCH

12:40-13:40

DIFFICULT CASE PRESENTATION: "I WISH I DIDN'T DO THAT…"

13:40-14:40

MODERATOR: O. Haugen

 

PANELISTS:    D. Yuksel, F. Reich-d'Almeida, O. Ehrt, A. Ansons

 

FREE PAPERS SESSION 9 VERTICAL STRABISMUS

14:40-15:30

MODERATORS: A. Pechereau, S.Ozkan

 

14:40

42.Rectus Muscle Resection in Graves Ophthalmopathy

Velez F,Yoo S

14:51

43.Superior Oblique Palsy- Different Presentations

Eladawy I

15:02

44.Differences in Surgical Management of Symmetric and Asymmetric Dissociated Vertical Deviation

Gamio S

15:13

45.Surgical Dose-Response Curve of Inferior Rectus Recession for Thyroid Ophthalmopathy

Neely D, Sturges A, Wang J

15:30

POSTER SESSION 5 POSTERS 50-61, COFEE BREAK

15:30-16:00

SYMPOSIUM: RE-OPERATIONS IN STRABISMUS SURGERY

16:00-17:15

MODERATOR: D.Cioplean

 

16:00

Re-operations in Thyroid Orbitopathy

Sprunger D

16:10

Re-operations on the MRM after Faden

Thouvenin D

16:20

Re-operations on the Oblique’s Muscles in Strabismus

Olitsky SE

16:30

Re-operations for Residual DVD

Teodorescu L

16:40

Re-operation for Lost MRM After Multiple Surgeries for Strabismus

Cioplean D

16:50

Vicious Scarring after Multiple Strabismus Surgery

Ozkan SB

DISCUSSIONS

 

17:15

End of the Scientific Programme Day 3

 

Poster List

    MONDAY, 03.09.2012  
10:40-11:10 POSTER SESSION 1 POSTERS 1-14              
  AMBLYOPIA. VISUAL SCREENING    
P01 Amblyopia and Socio-educational Implications Bogdanici T, Costin D, Bogdanici C
P02 Is NLDO an Independent Risk Factor for Amblyopia? Matta N, Silbert D
P03 Anizohypermetropic Amblyoplia- Do We Treat after Ten Years of   Age? Ljutica M, Stankov B
P04 Outcomes of 3 Hours Part-time Occlusion Treatment Combined with Near Activities among Children with Unilateral Amblyopia Alotaibi A, Al Enazy B
P05 Interactive Binocular Treatment System (I-BiTTM) for Amblyopia: Pilot Study with 3D Shutter Glasses Herbinson N, Cobb S
P06 Binocular Triplopy Induced by Occlusion Therapy Serfőző C, Soproni A
P07 Unilateral Amblyopia: Optical Coherence Tomography Alotaibi A, Al Enazy B
P08 Visual Function Improvement in Nystagmus Using Neurovision Technology Yahav Y, Wasuki Lior O, Levinger S, Morad Y
P09 Keratoconus and Amblyopia Problem   in Children under 15 Years of Age Kosec D
P10 Myelinated Nerve Fibers Combined with High Myopia and Amblyopia Kaczmarek B
P11 Peculiarities of Treatment of Strabismus and Amblyopia in Children with Disorders of Neuropsychofunctional State Serdiuchenco V, Galpert Y
P12 Comparing the iScreen to the MTI Photoscreener in Pediatric Vision Screening Matta N, Silbert D
P13 Comparison of SureSight Autorefractor and PlusoptiX Photoscreener for Vision Screening in Rural Honduras Silbert D, Matta N
P14/RF3 Can the PlusoptiX Replace the Need for a Cycloplegic Examination in Select Pediatric Ophthalmology Patients? Silbert D, Matta N
16:15-16:45 POSTER SESSION 2   POSTERS 15- 27  
  REFRACTIVE ERRORS. ELECTROPHYSYOLOGY IN STRABISMUS  
P15 Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer and Macular Thicknesses in Dominant Eyes as Measured by Cirrus HD OCT Kim D, Chun J
P16 The Prevalence of Myopia and Hyperopia among Children 3-9 Years of Age, in the City of Fier, Albania Molosiu E
P17 The Long-term Change of Refractive Error in Korean Children with High Myopia Lee D, Chang H
P18 The Impact of Corneal Refractive Surgery on Ocular Alignment in Patients with Myopia Chung SA, Kim WK, Yang H, Kim JK, Lee JB
P19 Ocular Motility Behavior and Refractive Resemblance in Identical Twins Gokygit B, Aygit E
P20 Postnatal Refractogenesis in Children with Congenital Concomitant Nonacomodative Esotropia (CCNE) Rykov S, Senjakina A
P21 Following the Changes in Refractive Status and Strabismus Prevalence in Premature Infants    Rebic-Jelic J, Ljutica M
  with Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) after Laser Treatment  
P22 Superficial Electromyography in Children with Concomitant Squint Boichuk I, Mazur V
  NEW SURGICAL STRABISMUS TECHNICS. COMPLICATIONS IN STRABISMUS SURGERY  
P23 A New Conjunctival Incision for Strabismus Surgery Hajjo S
P24 New Modified Fixation Forceps El Toukhi E M, Hovaghimian D
P25 Postoperative Treatment in Uneventful Strabismus Surgery Follow-up in Children under 14 Years:   Serador Garcia M, Hernadez Garcia E
  Optimal Treatment vs Over Dosage  
P26/RF6 Similarity between Bacteriae in Nose and on Reattached Muscle Points to Reflux from Lacrimal Puncta Simonsz H, Miño de Kaspar H  
P27/RF1 Anterior Segment Ischemia: A Case Report Toivonen P
     
  TUESDAY, 04.09.2012  
10:45-11:15 POSTER SESSION 3 POSTERS 28-38  
  ACCOMMODATION. BINOCULAR VISION. INTERMITTENT EXOTROPIA    
P28 The Relationship between Accommodation and Age, Refraction and Ocular Biometry Parameters in Schoolchildren Gursoy H, Basmak H
P29 Spasm of Accommodation among Schoolchildren Molosiu E
P30/RF9 The Change of Accommodational Ability Influencing Asthenopia with Viewing 3D Display Wee S, Moon N
P31 Accomodation and binocular vision in children Kornyushina T, Kashenko T
P32 Binocular Vision Following Refractive Surgery in Anizometropic Patients Hernández García E, Martin Garcia B
P33 Eye Appearance and Detection of Exodeviation in Children with Intermittent Exotropia Rhiu S, Chung S
P34/RF8 Predictable Factors of the Improvement in Distance Stereoacuity Following Surgery for Intermittent Exotropia Park S, Lee K
P35 Factors Associated with Surgical Outcomes at 2 Years after Surgery for Intermittent Exotropia Choi DG, Kim HJ
P36 Effects of Age on Outcomes of Intermittent Exotropia Surgery Lee SG, Oh N
P37 Unilateral Lateral Rectus Recession versus Recess-Resect for Intermittent Exotropia of 20-25 Prism Diopters Choi DG, Kim DW
P38 Tropicamid 0.2% for Treating Exotropia Hajjo S
     
  WEDNESDAY, 05.09.2012  
10:35-11:05 POSTER SESSION 4 POSTERS 39- 50  
  STRABISMUS VARIA  
P39 The Prevalence of Strabismus in Population Base Study Ostadimoghaddam H, Heravian J
P40 Strabismus Distribution among the Patients in a Sofia Eye Clinic Lolova R
P41 Retrospective Analysis of Strabismus Surgery in Pediatric Population in Slovenia in Years 1991, 2001 and 2011 Jarc-Vidmar M, Rahne I
P42 The Results of the Surgical Treatment of Strabismus in Children with Cerebral Palsy Serdiuchenco V, Galpert Y
P43 Comparison of the Surgical Response to Medial Rectus Recession in Esotropes with and without Cerebral Palsy Hwang J M, Ma D
P44 Outcome of Strabismus Correction by Botox Injection Jeddawi L
P45 Conventional Recession-Resection Combined with Faden Operation in High AC:A Esotropia with Marked Amblyopia Ciubotaru A, Mircea D
P46/RF4 Transposition Surgery for Damage of Abducens Nerve: Optimal Strabismological Portrait of Patients to get the Best Outcome Plisov I, Puzyrevskiy K
P47 The Surgical Treatment of the Sixth Nerve Palsy El Toukhi E M
P48 The Rotating Effect of Recession Carried out in Relation to the Frontal Equator of the Eye Aznauryan I, Balasanyan V
P49/RF7 Anterior and Nasal Transposition of Inferior Obliques in Crouzons Syndrome Dickmann A, Petroni S
P50/RF5 Unilateral Enophthalmos with Limited Motility and Shortening of the Optic Nerve. Case Report Haugen O H, Kråkenes J  
15:30-16:00 POSTER SESSION 5 POSTERS 51- 62  
  ACQUIRED STRABISMUS. VERTICAL STRABISMUS    
P51 Strabismus Surgery in the Management of Diplopia due to Different Etiologies Rahne I, Jarc Vidmar M
P52/RF2 Iatrogenic Ciclotorsional Diplopia in Acquired Traumatic Bilateral Third Nerve Palsy: How Can We Manage It? Piantanida A, Falcicchio G
P53 Iatrogenic Exotropia after Endoscopic Sinus Surgery: A Case Report Dragomir M, Cioplean D
P54/RF10 Whiplash Injury and Diplopia Perez-Flores I
P55 Binocular Vertical Diplopia as an Initial Manifestation of Pineal Germinoma   Kitthaweesin K, Suwannaraj S,
    Srinawat P
P56/RF11 Comparison of Methods of Double Maddox Rod Test in Unilateral Superior Oblique Muscle Palsy Kim S, Kang S
P57 Relationship between Posture and Strabismus Sabetti L, Berarducci A
P58 A Case of Inferior Oblique Paresis: Clinical Features and Surgical Treatment Birlea G, Cioplean D
P59 Surgical Treatment in Brown Syndrome: Good Results Using Silicon Expander Vladutiu C, Duma I
P60 Left Trochlea and Superior Oblique Complex in toto Detachment and Reconstruction: A Case Report Lee H, Ahn H
P61 Partial Improvement of Unilateral Dissociated Vertical Deviation (DVD) with Refractive Corneal Surgery and Final Correction Mravicic I, Ehrt O.
  with Subsequent Eye Muscle Surgery: Case Report  
  LATE BREAKING NEWS POSTER  
P62 Comparison between AS-20 and A&SQ questionnaires by principal component analysis in the historic Waterland cohort Simonsz H, Van de Graaf ES
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