Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-TH-36] Endothelial Transplantation: Techniques and Outcome
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Day
Apr 03 (Thu)
Time
08:30 - 10:00
Room
Room 7 - Tokyo International Forum 1F Hall D1
Topic
External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Akira Kobayashi、Chair)Ali Al Rajhi、Chair)Mark Terry
Description
This session will present and discuss techniques and outcome of endothelial presentation transplantation in the form of DSAEK and DMEK and ways to improve the outcome and success. Various methods are presented to enhance graft attachment to the cornea and the ways to have better and early visual rehabilitation.

IS-TH-36-1 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

Development of New Devices for DMEK

Akira Kobayashi

Development of New Devices for DMEK

IS-TH-36-2 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

Use of Viscoelastic Agents for Endothelial Keratoplasty

Andrew Huang

Use of Viscoelastic Agents for Endothelial Keratoplasty

IS-TH-36-3 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

DSAEK in Congenital Heredatiry Endothelial Dystrophy (CHED)

Ali Al Rajhi

DSAEK in Congenital Heredatiry Endothelial Dystrophy (CHED)

IS-TH-36-4 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

Enhancing Vision after DSAEK

Sonia Yoo

Enhancing Vision after DSAEK

IS-TH-36-5 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

How to Decide Who Gets DSAEK and Who Gets DMEK

Mark Terry

How to Decide Who Gets DSAEK and Who Gets DMEK

IS-TH-36-6 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

An Inserter for Ultra Thin DSAEK and DMEK

Donald Tiang Hwee Tan

An Inserter for Ultra Thin DSAEK and DMEK

IS-TH-36-7 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

DMEK: Improving Adherence with SF-6 Gas Bubbles

Jose Guell

DMEK: Improving Adherence with SF-6 Gas Bubbles

IS-TH-36-8 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

Novel Maneuver Facilitating Descemet Membrane Unfolding in the Anterior Chamber

Efdal Yoeruek

Novel Maneuver Facilitating Descemet Membrane Unfolding in the Anterior Chamber

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