- Apr 02 (Wed)
- 10:30 - 12:00
- Room 3 - Tokyo International Forum 7F Hall B7 (1)
- Glaucoma Subspecialty Day
- Chair）Steven Sarkisian、Chair）Clement Tham、Chair）Syril Dorairaj
- The topics include cerebrospinal fluid pressure in glaucoma, an important new area of exploration in considering glaucoma development and progression; angle-closure in children and young adults, a rare disorder with varied causes, but one that is very important not to misdiagnose; a strategic approach to surgery for angle-closure; optic nerve head drusen, which can have many vision-threatening manifestations but are often overlooked; the newly developing field of adaptive optics and its potential uses in ophthalmology; which is the best imaging device to choose for private practice the rapidly expanding list of systemic findings in exfoliation syndrome, and the personal experience of a world-renowned and successful patient who has spent years learning to function with glaucoma.