Current Concepts I

Sunday, June 21
Frontenac, 0800–0930

Objectives
At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • discuss the diagnosis and management of Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus and the new vaccine for the prevention of Herpes Zoster
  • understand ocular and systemic manifestations of patients with pseudoexfoliation syndrome
  • describe the use of radiotherapy in patients with Graves’ Disease
  • discuss new corneal transplantation techniques to better manage patients with corneal edema and cataracts
  • integrate core concepts and identify best practices and new advances to confirm present practices and solidify opportunities for improving patient care

Guests
Thomas Liesegang, MD / James Chodosh, MD / Normand Laperriere, MD / Sadeer Hannush, MD / Joan Miller, MD

Moderator
Allan Slomovic

0800Welcome Allan Slomovic
0805CJO Lecture: Varicella Zoster virus vaccines: Effective but concerns linger
Thomas Liesegang
0820Discussion
0825Paradigms in keratoprosthesis
James Chodosh
0835Discussion
0840Radiotherapy for Graves’ Disease
Normand Laperriere
0850Discussion
0855EK/CE/IOL: The new corneal triple procedure, simultaneous or sequential
Sadeer Hannush
0905Discussion
0910Royal College Lecture: Treatment of AMD: Beyond VEGF
Joan Miller
0925Discussion
0930Adjournment

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Thomas Liesegang
CJO Lecture: Varicella Zoster virus vaccines: Effective but concerns linger
Sunday, 21 June, 0805


James Chodosh, MD
Sunday, 21 June, 0825


Sadeer B. Hannush, MD
Sunday, 21 June, 0855


Joan Miller
Royal College Lecture: Treatment of AMD: Beyond VEGF
Sunday, 21 June, 0910