Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-TH-31] How to Detect Glaucoma Progression
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Day
Apr 03 (Thu)
Time
13:30 - 15:00
Room
Room 4 - Tokyo International Forum 7F Hall B7 (2)
Topic
Glaucoma
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Balwantray Chauhan、Chair)Takeo Fukuchi、Chair)Ted Garway-Heath
Description
The detection of progressive damage in glaucoma will be reviewed based on the most recent evidence.

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 30min

IS-TH-31-1 / 

Glaucoma

Lessons on Glaucoma Progression from Clinical Trials

Chota Matsumoto

Lessons on Glaucoma Progression from Clinical Trials

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 30min

IS-TH-31-2 / 

Glaucoma

How to Identify Disease Progression with Visual Fields

Kouros Nouri-Mahdavi

How to Identify Disease Progression with Visual Fields

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 30min

IS-TH-31-3 / 

Glaucoma

How to Identify Disease Progression with Imaging Tools

Thierry Zeyen

How to Identify Disease Progression with Imaging Tools

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 30min

IS-TH-31-4 / 

Glaucoma

Combining Information from Imaging and Visual Fields to Detect Progression

Ted Garway-Heath

Combining Information from Imaging and Visual Fields to Detect Progression

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 30min

IS-TH-31-5 / 

Glaucoma

Risk Factors in Determining Prior Probability of Progression

Goji Tomita

Risk Factors in Determining Prior Probability of Progression

Duration 10min, Panel Discussion = Last 30min

IS-TH-31-6 / 

Glaucoma

What Rate of Progression Is Clinically Important?

David Friedman

What Rate of Progression Is Clinically Important?

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