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Web-Seminar

ASOPRS 2020

Virtual Spring Scientific Symposium
MN55105 online, USA
Veranstaltungsnummer: 33118
Zertifizierung: genehmigt
CME Max: 8
Kategorie: CME
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Sprache: Englisch

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  • Datum
    26.06.2020, 12:00 - 28.06.2020, 15:00
    Veranstalter
    American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS)
    Kurzbeschreibung
    The purpose of the ASOPRS Symposia is to advance education, research and the quality of clinical practice in the field of aesthetic, plastic and reconstructive surgery specializing in the face, eyelids, and lacrimal system. The Spring meeting is only open to members of ASOPRS, ACPO, ESOPRS APSOPRS, SBCPO or current ASOPRS fellows-in-training.
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  • Program Highlights

    • ASOPRS Invited Speakers 
    • Online Question & Answer sessions, interactive for all
    • Online Video and Poster sessions
    • Sessions covering  oncology, aesthetics, eyelid, orbit, pediatric, lacrimal, difficult cases, and practice management
    • A virtual Exhibit Hall

    Friday, June 26 – TED Update
    7-9 pm eastern, 6-8 pm central, 5-7 pm mountain, 4-6 pm pacific

    Jonathan Dutton: "Basic Introduction to TED: Pathophysiology, Evaluation, and Clinical Findings"
    Peter Dolman:  “Assessment and Management of Dysthyroiid Optic Neuropathy”
    Mike Kazim: "Has the Age of Targeted Therapy for TED Arrived?"
    Ray Douglas:  "Teprotumumab Update"
    Don Kikkawa:  "Surgical Management in TED"
    Jennifer Sivak: "Case Presentations with Audience Discussion"

    Saturday, June 27 – General Session 
    12-3 pm eastern, 11 am - 2 pm central, 10 am - 1 pm mountain, 9 am - noon pacific 

    12-12:05 pm Welcome Opening Remarks Mark Lucarelli MD, President ASOPRS, Thomas Johnson MD, ASOPRS Spring Program Chair

    YASOPRS Rapid Fire Cases and Presentations
    12:07-12:11 pm Epstein, Romaña Sign: An Uncommon Cause of Periorbital Erythema
    12:11-12:15 pm Cypen, Orbit Microscopic Polyangiitis with Concomitant Orbital Mass and Uveal Effusion Angle Closure
    12:15-12:19 pm Gadzala, Sinus Pericranii with Orbital Involvement:  A Case Report and Review of Literature
    12:19-23 pm Lee, Proton Beam Therapy for Granular Cell Tumor of the Orbit
    12:23-12:31 pm Discussion 

    Oncology
    12:33-12:38 pm Kossler, Hedgehog Pathway Inhibitors for Orbital and Periorbital Basal Cell Carcinoma: Long Term Analysis of Clinical Response and Recurrence
    12:38-12:43 pm Esmaeli, Immunotherapy for Locally Advanced Conjunctival Melanoma to Avoid Orbital Exenteration
    12:43-12:48 pm Homer, Acute Post-Partum Vision Loss due to Pilocytic Astrocystoma
    12:48-1:00 pm Discussion 

    1:02 pm-1:22 pm: Invited Speaker: Alon Kahana  Setting Up an Investigator Trial for a Drug or a Device:  Lessons Learned
    1:22-1:30 pm Discussion

    Orbit
    1:32-1:37 pm Pakdel, Contributing Factors to Outcome of Optic Nerve Sheath Fenestration in Patients with Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
    1:37-1:42 pm Kalin-Hajdu, T-cell Prolymphocytic Leukemia Masquerading as Thyroid Associated Orbitopathy
    1:42-1:47 pm Van Landingham, Orbital Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis: 10-year Experience and Literature Review
    1:47-1:57 pm Discussion 

    1:59-2:04 pm Beaulieu, Radioactive Iodine and the Development of Thyroid Eye Disease
    2:04-2:09 pm Pakdel, Efficacy of Anti-TNF-alpha agents in Active Thyroid Eye Disease
    2:09-2:14 pm Charlson, Artificial Intelligence for Thyroid-Associated Ophthalmopathy Development in Patients with Graves Disease or Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis: Deep Neural Network Prognostic Risk Assessment
    2:14-2:24 pm Discussion 

    Pediatric/Lacrimal
    2:26-2:31 pm Epstein, Conjunctiva-Sparing Posterior Ptosis Surgery
    2:31-2:36 pm Mokhtarzadeh, Restrictive Strabismus Restrictive Strabismus as a Presenting Sign of Jones tube Associated Atypical Mycobacterial Infection
    2:36-2:41 pm Erickson, The Superficial Temporal Artery as ‘Biologic Jones Tube’: A Cadaveric Proof of Concept
    2:41-2:46 pm Gur, Solitary Fibrous Tumor of the Lacrimal Sac in a Pediatric Patient
    2:46-3:00 pm Discussion 

    3:00 pm Adjourn

    Sunday, June 28 – General Session
    12-3 pm eastern, 11 am - 2 pm central, 10 am - 1 pm mountain, 9 am - noon pacific 

    12-12:01 pm Welcome 

    YASOPRS Rapid Fire Cases and Presentations
    12:01-12:05 pm Homer, Eyelid ecthyma gangrenosum in an immunocompromised patient
    12:05-12:09 pm Van Landingham, Rectus Muscle Mass in the Setting of Long-standing Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis and Dabrafenib Treatment
    12:09-12:14 pm Discussion 

    12:16-12:26 pm: Invited ASOPRS speaker Dave Reifler, “Columbus Discovered the LPS”
    12:26-12:30 pm Discussion 

    Eyelid Session
    12:32-12:37 pm Williams, Rates of ptosis and success of ptosis repair following ophthalmic surgery
    12:37-12:42 pm Reed, Acute reconstruction of partial-thickness periocular burns with simultaneous epidermal/dermal autografting and amniotic membrane grafting  
    12:42-12:47 pm Sweeney, Outcomes after Muller muscle conjunctival resection versus external levator advancement in severe involutional blepharoptosis
    12:47-12:52 pm Pakdel, Concurrent Tumors: Sebaceous Gland Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma
    12:52-12:57 pm Plazola, Intense Pulse Light as a New Treatment for Distichiasis and Trichiasis
    12:57-1:06 pm Discussion 

    1:08-1:18 pm: Invited Speaker: Invited ASOPRS Speaker Chad Zatezelo, “Periocular Laser, Lights, Injectables, and Surgery for Scar Therapy”
    1:18-1:23 pm Discussion 

    Aesthetics Session
    1:25-1:30 pm Homer, Autologous Fat Transfer Harvest Site Complications: Incidence, Risk Factors and Management
    1:30-1:35 pm Zhang-Nunes,  Evaluating the response of expired fillers to hyaluronidase and bacterial culture
    1:35-1:40 pm Lee, Reconstructive Fat Transfer to the Orbit and Periocular Region
    1:40-1:50 pm Discussion 

    Difficult Cases
    1:52-1:57 pm Migliori, An Unusual Occult Orbital Foreign Body
    1:57-2:02 pm Cho, Difficult case - orbital reconstruction following resection of sinonasal malignancy
    2:02-2:10 pm Discussion 

    Practice Management
    2:12-2:17 pm Beaulieu, The impact of social media, internet searches, and a practice’s website on an oculoplastics practice: economic patterns of self-referred patients
    2:17-2:22 pm Barmettler, Building your brand: analysis of successful oculoplastic surgeons on social media
    2:22-2:30 pm Discussion 

    2:30-2:58 pm Practice Management Panel
    Mark Lucarelli, Alon Kahana, JD Perry, Vikram Durairaj

    2:58 pm Closing Remarks
    3 pm Adjourn

  • Virtual Meeting

    American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (ASOPRS)
    Executive Office
    5841 Cedar Lake Road, Suite 204
    US - MN 55416 Minneapolis
    Tel.: +1 952 646 2038
    Fax: +1 952 545 6073

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