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VM RETINA MEETING
Finding new Paths to treat retinale diseases

VM RETINA MEETING
Finding new Paths to treat retinale diseases

Datum
02.05.2024, 16:00 - 18:10
Kongress
Verona
Sprache
Englisch
Gebühren ab
225.00 EUR
Veranstalter
IANTRA Srl
Organisator

IANTRA Srl
Piazza Donatori di sangue 5
37124 Verona
+39 045 8303306

Ausrichter:
Grazia Pertile
Department of Ophthalmology
“Sacro Cuore – Don Calabria” Hospital
Negrar di Valpolicella (Verona) – Italy

VM Retina Meeting, a conference on the latest developments in retinal practice that will alternate between Verona and Munich and serves as a platform for networking, sharing knowledge and discussing cutting-edge research in the field. In particular, live surgery and video discussion will give the opportunity to learn from colleagues’ experiences in tackling challenging surgical cases.
  • Basisinformation
    Datum
    02.05.2024, 16:00 - 18:10
    Kongress
    Verona
    Sprache
    Englisch
    Gebühren ab
    225.00 EUR
    Veranstalter
    IANTRA Srl
    Organisator

    IANTRA Srl
    Piazza Donatori di sangue 5
    37124 Verona
    +39 045 8303306

    Ausrichter:
    Grazia Pertile
    Department of Ophthalmology
    “Sacro Cuore – Don Calabria” Hospital
    Negrar di Valpolicella (Verona) – Italy

  • VERANSTALTUNGSORT
    Palazzo della Gran Guardia
    Piazza Bra
    37121 Verona, IT
  • Programm

    Thursday May 2nd

    16:00 - 19.00
    Unmet needs in retina:
    pioneering solutions for the future

    - Vitrectomy equipment
    - Instruments and illumination
    - Innovative approaches for drug delivery (intravitreal, subretinal, suprachoroidal approach) Moderators: Ehab El Rayes, David Steel
    - 3D visualization systems
    - Durability of therapeutic effectiveness in retinal diseases
    -
    Discussion

    19:00 Welcome Reception

    Friday May 3rd

    8:00 -  11.30
    Live surgery

    Moderators: Donald D’Amico, André Gomes, Lejla Vajzovic

    Surgeons:
    Ankara: Sengul Ozdek
    Barcelona: José García Arumí, Carlos Mateo Leuven: Peter Stalmans
    Mumbai: Sundaram Natarajan Negrar: Grazia Pertile, Guido Prigione
    Rome: Antonio Baldascino, Marco Mura, Stanislao Rizzo Sulzbach: Peter Szurman

    Coffee break

    12:00 -12:50
    Diagnostic tools in VR

    - The potential impact of UWF OCT on therapeutic decision Andrea Govetto
    -
    Does OCT-A have a role in surgical decision and follow up? Anat Loewenstein
    -
    Biomarkers as predictive factors in VR diseases Stela Vujosevic
    - Effect of pick up point location and peeling angle during
    - ILM peeling David Steel
    - Macular pucker: correlation between en-face morphology and metamorphopsia

    Discussion

    12.50 - 13:20 
    Panel discussion: what to do next in trauma cases

    14.30- 15.30
    Tamponades - current and future challenges

    - Silicone Oil
    - What is oil? What causes emulsification? 5000 vs 1300: a never-ending debate
    - What is silicone maculopathy? Who is at risk? Can it be prevented?
    - PFCL/oil exchange versus PFCL/air/oil - tips and tricks Barbara Parolini
    - Oil admixtures: Siluron and Densiron
    - Fluid air exchange vs solvents for emulsion removal Theodor Stappler
    - Safety and effectiveness of heavy oil vs standard oil in inferior detachments 
    - Panel

    15:05 - 15:30
    Gas

    - What you should know about gases!
    - Air, SF6 or C2F6? When to use which gas tamponade 
    - How can we use less green house gases in VR surgery? 
    - Panel

    15:30 - 16:30
    Retinal detachment

    - Panel discussion: Difficult diagnosis and treatment decision in retinal detachment
    Moderators: Heinrich Heimann, Roxane Hillier Panel: Nicole Eter, Nicolas Feltgen, Jens F. Kiilgaard, Mauro Sartore

    - Approaches to pachychoroid-associated retinal detachment
    - Discussion
    - Giant retina tears: a look back and a look forward Donald D’Amico
    - Discussion
    -
    Pneumatic retinopexy: step-by-step Roxane Hillier
    - Discussion

    Coffee break

     

    17:00 - 18.10
    Rescue therapy

    - 3D bioprinted retina Kapil Bharti 
    - Gene therapy: an update
    - Parameters affecting bleb morphology during subretinal injections 
    - EyesON
    Polyretina
    - Liquid artificial retina
    - SING IMTO
    - Discussion

    Saturday May 4th

    08:30 - 09.25
    Macular holes

    - My technique in really large/recurrent MHs:

    •    Carsten Meyer: Local retinal detachment
    •    Marco Mura: ILM flap
    •    Stanislao Rizzo: Subretinal amniotic membrane
    •    Carlos Mateo: Large amniotic membrane
    •    Peter Szurman: Retinal patch

    Discussion

    - Biomarkers in MH - does the size matter? 
    - Is it worth the effort?
    -
    Macular hole closure without endotamponade 
    - Discussion

    Panel discussion: Challenging cases in pediatric VR

    Panel discussion: I wish I could have done it in an easier way

    Coffeebreak

    11:00 - 11.35 
    Phaco-Vitrectomy

    11.35 - 11.55
    Glaucoma in VR

    14:00 - 15:00 
    Secondary IOL Implantation

    - Pros and cons of iris fixated IOLs
    - Tips and tricks in Yamane technique 
    - Trocars assisted secondary IOL fixation
    - Fanis Pavlidis
    - Tips and pitfalls in the use of Carlevale IOLs: my personal experience
    - Which technique for combined artificial iris and secondary IOL
    - implantation Christian Mayer
    -
    Reverse pupillary block after secondary IOL implantation

    15:00 - 16:30
    Near Live Surgery


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