Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-TH-38] SFO Session: New Trends in the Understanding and Treatment of Dry Eye
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Day
Apr 03 (Thu)
Time
13:30 - 15:00
Room
Room 7 - Tokyo International Forum 1F Hall D1
Topic
External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Christophe Baudouin、Chair)Kazuo Tsubota
Description
This symposium, hold by the French Society of Ophthalmology, will aim at providing comprehensive overview to new findings in the pathophysiology, assessment and treatment of dry eye disease. French and Japanese experts will present results of current translational and clinical research in this field, in order to help attendees to better diagnose dry eye disease, explore mechanisms, differentiate various causes and adapt treatment. Interaction with the audience for active discussions will be encouraged.

Duration 12min, Panel Discussion = Last 18min

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External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

Dry Eye Syndrome : An Inflammatory Disease

Christophe Baudouin

Dry Eye Syndrome : An Inflammatory Disease

Duration 12min, Panel Discussion = Last 18min

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External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

The Aging Ocular Surface

Kazuo Tsubota

The Aging Ocular Surface

Duration 12min, Panel Discussion = Last 18min

IS-TH-38-3 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

How to Diagnose Dry Eye Disease?

Marc Labetoulle

How to Diagnose Dry Eye Disease?

Duration 12min, Panel Discussion = Last 18min

IS-TH-38-4 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

Interest of Confocal Microscopy in Ocular Surface Diseases

Takashi Kojima

Interest of Confocal Microscopy in Ocular Surface Diseases

Duration 12min, Panel Discussion = Last 18min

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External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

Visual Function Impairment in Dry Eye Disease

Pierre-Jean Pisella

Visual Function Impairment in Dry Eye Disease

Duration 12min, Panel Discussion = Last 18min

IS-TH-38-6 / 

External Eye Disease, Cornea, Eye Banking

Topical Anti-Inflammatory Drugs: Present and Beyond

Serge Doan

Topical Anti-Inflammatory Drugs: Present and Beyond

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