A collection of clinical cases with diagnostic or therapeutic challenges. In this course we will be discussing the varied presentation of patients and the logistic way to approach these situations arriving at the diagnosis and their treatment.
IC159 – PRACTICAL/PROTOCOL BASED MANAGEMENT OF PDR AND DME WITH SIMPLIFIED ALGORITHMS: BASICS TO 2017
Dr. Ajay Aurora [A03243] - Noida
To understand 1. The gravity of current epidemic of Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) in India 2. Pathophysiology of DR and DME and why some worsen.
Dr. Chaitra Jayadev [J10204] - Bangalore
Lasers for retinal pathologies has been an important tool since time immemorial. Yet, newer technological evolutions, including modern delivery systems continue to challenge even the specialist.
IC189 – OCT ANGIOGRAPHY/SWEPT SOURCE AND WIDE FIELD: THE NEWEST FRONTIER FOR THE REVOLUTIONARY TECHNOLOGY
Dr. Praveen Muraly [M13032] - Madurai
OCTangiography is the next step in imaging; developed to visualize vessels in a new way that allows clinicians to identify retinal circulation using the intrinsic motion of the blood cells. It’s going to drastically alter how retina specialists think about imaging.
Dr. Pramod Sadashiorao Bhende [S04764] - Chennai
Basic techniques and options for vitreous surgery are often not as simple as they appear with even the so called mundane steps having the potential for complications that can lead to permanent vision loss.
Dr. Vishali Gupta [G09387] - Chandigarh
Recent times have seen rapid advances in the field of retinal diagnostics. Newer modalities enhance our clinical findings with anatomical, physiological and functional information to enable better understanding and management of diseases.
Dr. Raj Vardhan Azad [A02248] - New Delhi
In the present era of pars plana vitrectomy (PPV), with improved instrumentation the success rates of vitreous surgery have increased dramatically; and PPV is replacing buckling surgery.
Dr. Mallika Goyal [G06230] - Hyderabad
This video-assisted course will highlight current surgical techniques in the management of posterior segment complications
IC362 – WE ALL SHOULD KNOW AND FOLLOW RECENT GUIDELINES FOR PREVENTION & MANAGEMENT OF ENDOPHTHALMITIS
Dr. Satanshu Mathur [M06443] - Kashipur
Endophthalmitis is vision threatening complication of intraocular surgery.
IC387 – THINGS HE WANTS TO KNOW BUT HESITATES TO ASK “SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR GREEN HORN VITREORETINAL SURGEONS”
Dr. Shrinivas M Joshi [J12259] - Hubli
Vitreoretinal surgeons aspire to improve the quality of life of their patients by providing the highest quality of medical & surgical care in a compassionate, convenient, ecient environment and also by updating the knowledge of retinal diseases through clinical research and education.
Dr. Giridhar Anantharaman [G03174] - Kochi
One of the recent development in vitreo retina is the understanding of the vitreomacular interface (VMI) using SD-OCT and the changing paradigms in the management of VMI disorders.
Dr. Lalit Verma [V02902] - New Delhi
Macular disorders are one of the most common cause of profound visual loss in our day to day practice. Advancement in diagnostic technology has resulted in better understanding of the macular diseases and their treatment.
Dr. Luthra Saurabh [L09493] - Dehradun
Innovation, improvisation and technology go hand in hand. The advancements in diagnosing and treating retinal disorders has added to the armamentarium of the retinal surgeon.
Dr. Neeraj Sanduja [S08361] - New Delhi
Despite advances in intraocular surgeries, endophthalmitis still remains a vision threatening nightmare because of delayed diagnosis and delayed management. This course will cover preoperative protocols, preparation and surgical steps to minimize risk of postoperative infection.
Dr. Dinesh Talwar [T04464] - New Delhi
The management of retinal detachment has evolved over the past three decades. A wide variety of techniques is today available in our therapeutic armamentarium ranging from Pneumatic retinopexy to vitreoretinal surgery with gas or silicone oil endotamponade.
Dr. Unnikrishnan Nair R [N10193] - Trivandrum
The introduction of Anti Vascular Endothelial Growth Factors (Anti VEGF) drugs have revolutionized the limits to which the treatment of vascular chorio-retinal pathology can be taken. However from the exultation of the early days, now a sober realization and understanding of the limitations and applications of anti VEGF agent
Dr. Guruprasad Ayachit [G03319] - Hubli
As vitreo retinal surgeons we are often ummoxed by cases that seem inoperable and hopeless. PVR is the major concern in almost all of these cases. Recurrent RD with PVR and complex giant tears with crumpled retina are patience testing situations.
Dr. Dubey A K [A02545] - Gwalior
Comprehensive ophthalmologists are the backbone of our fraternity. They are first to see retina of every eye patient. Retinal treatment ,surgery , investigations have significantly advanced .
Dr. Manish Nagpal [N07028] - Ahmedabad
Dr. Manish Nagpal [N07028] – Ahmedabad This is totally a video based course in which all the participants would be showcasing videos related to various vitreo retinal surgeries. There would be no power point presentations. MIVS based surgery for various indications such as retinal detachment,…