Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-FR-112] IMCLC Session: Control and Prevention of Myopia
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Day
Apr 04 (Fri)
Time
08:30 - 10:00
Room
Room 9 - Tokyo International Forum 6F G602
Topic
Contact Lens and Refractive Error
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Albert Franceschetti、Chair)Akira Murakami
Description
The biggest challange in refraction is the control and prevention of myopia. So far only orthokeratology seems to be a possibility. All other elements have been subject of contradictory publications.

Duration 10min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = Last 12min

IS-FR-112-1 / 

Contact Lens and Refractive Error

The 3 YEAR SMART (Stabilization of Myopia Through Accelerated Refractive Therapy) Study

Bruce Koffler

The 3 YEAR SMART (Stabilization of Myopia Through Accelerated Refractive Therapy) Study

Duration 10min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = Last 12min

IS-FR-112-2 / 

Contact Lens and Refractive Error

Long-Term Effect of Overnight Orthokeratology on Axial Length Elongation in Childhood Myopia: A 5-Year Follow-Up Study in Japan

Takahiro Hiraoka

Long-Term Effect of Overnight Orthokeratology on Axial Length Elongation in Childhood Myopia: A 5-Year Follow-Up Study in Japan

Duration 10min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = Last 12min

IS-FR-112-3 / 

Contact Lens and Refractive Error

Refractive Cross Linking (RCXL): A New Modality in Myopia Reduction

Sami Selhage

Refractive Cross Linking (RCXL): A New Modality in Myopia Reduction

Duration 10min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = Last 12min

IS-FR-112-4 / 

Contact Lens and Refractive Error

Orthokeratology for Myopic Control: Is it Real?

Shigeru Kinoshita

Orthokeratology for Myopic Control: Is it Real?

Duration 10min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = Last 12min

IS-FR-112-5 / 

Contact Lens and Refractive Error

Atropine Treatment for Childhood Myopia

Hsaio-Sang Chu

Atropine Treatment for Childhood Myopia

Duration 10min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = Last 12min

IS-FR-112-6 / 

Contact Lens and Refractive Error

Myopia Control by Ortho-K and Possible Mechanisms of It

Andrey Kovalev

Myopia Control by Ortho-K and Possible Mechanisms of It

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