Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-TH-28] Update on Minimally Invasive Eye Surgery
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Day
Apr 03 (Thu)
Time
15:30 - 17:00
Room
Room 3 - Tokyo International Forum 7F Hall B7 (1)
Topic
Miscellaneous
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Jorge Alio、Chair)Daniel Mojon
Description
A practical review for ophthalmic surgeons and conservative ophthalmologists. Minimally invasive (mi) surgical techniques constitute one of the most important revolutions in surgery. They allow to minimize tissue traumatism, patient discomfort, hospital stay, and working disability. We will provide a practical overview about the latest mi techniques, where they can be learned, which patients benefit most, which complications may occur, and how they should be handled. This symposium will give you a broad overview about this rapidly growing sector of ophthalmic surgery.

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 15min

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Miscellaneous

Introduction: What Is Minimally Invasive Surgery?

Daniel Mojon

Introduction: What Is Minimally Invasive Surgery?

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 15min

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Miscellaneous

What's New in Conjunctival Surgery and Endothelial Cell Transplantation?

Shigeru Kinoshita

What's New in Conjunctival Surgery and Endothelial Cell Transplantation?

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 15min

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Latest Minimally Invasive Strabismus Surgery Techniques

Daniel Mojon

Latest Minimally Invasive Strabismus Surgery Techniques

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 15min

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Advancements in Corneal Transplant Surgery

Siegfried Priglinger

Advancements in Corneal Transplant Surgery

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 15min

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Cataract and Refractive Surgery: Minimizing Tissue Trauma and Maximizing Outcomes

Jorge Alio

Cataract and Refractive Surgery: Minimizing Tissue Trauma and Maximizing Outcomes

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 15min

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Miscellaneous

What's the Future in Glaucoma: Non-Penetrating Techniques, Tubes or Glaucoma Mini-Implants?

Daniel Mojon

What's the Future in Glaucoma: Non-Penetrating Techniques, Tubes or Glaucoma Mini-Implants?

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 15min

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Vitreoretinal Surgery: New Minimally Invasive Approaches

Anselm Kampik

Vitreoretinal Surgery: New Minimally Invasive Approaches

Duration 5min, Panel Discussion = Last 15min

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Closing Remarks

Jorge Alio

Closing Remarks

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