Session Information

Invited Symposium

[IS-WE-14] The Child Who Does Not See Well - Diagnosis, Rehabilitation, Artificial Vision
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Day
Apr 02 (Wed)
Time
10:30 - 12:00
Room
Room 24 - Imperial Hotel 3F Miyabi
Topic
Pediatric Ophthalmology Subspecialty Day
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Richard Bowman、Chair)Jeong-Min Hwang
Description
The diagnosis of visual impairment in children is sometimes much more difficult than in adults. This session allows four prominent international experts to discuss the three major diagnostic dilemmas of visual impairment (organic vs nonorganic; ocular vs cortical; anterior vs posterior segment), as well as rehabilitation for visually impaired children.

Duration 17min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-WE-14-1 / 

Pediatric Ophthalmology Subspecialty Day

Ocular vs. Cortical

Mark Borchert

Ocular vs. Cortical

Duration 17min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-WE-14-2 / 

Pediatric Ophthalmology Subspecialty Day

Early Detection,Treatment and Intervention of Problems in Visual Functioning Due to Changes in the Anterior Part of the Visual System, and/or in the Visual Processing Functions

Lea Hyvärinen

Early Detection,Treatment and Intervention of Problems in Visual Functioning Due to Changes in the Anterior Part of the Visual System, and/or in the Visual Processing Functions

Duration 17min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-WE-14-3 / 

Pediatric Ophthalmology Subspecialty Day

Anterior vs. Post Segment (Retina)

Se Joon Woo

Anterior vs. Post Segment (Retina)

Duration 17min, Q&A 3min, Panel Discussion = 0min

IS-WE-14-4 / 

Pediatric Ophthalmology Subspecialty Day

Organic vs. Non-Organic

Celia Chen

Organic vs. Non-Organic

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