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Moorfields international uveitis symposium 2024

Moorfields international uveitis symposium 2024

Datum
11.07.2024, 09:00 - 13.07.2024, 16:20
Symposium
London
Sprache
Englisch
Gebühren ab
300.00 GBP
Veranstalter
Moorfields Education
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Organisator

Moorfields Education
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
162 City Road
EC1V 2PD London
+44 (0) 20 75662625

The International Uveitis symposium, taking place at the Royal Society of Medicine in London on 11-13 July. Covering all main areas of interest in the field of uveitis, starting from basic aspects of the clinical presentations and advancing towards developments in diagnosing and treating these conditions. Alongside symposium leader, Professor Carlos Pavesio Consultant Ophthalmologist and uveitis specialist at Moorfields Eye Hospital, a vast range of national and international experts speaking.
  • Basisinformation
    Datum
    11.07.2024, 09:00 - 13.07.2024, 16:20
    Symposium
    London
    Sprache
    Englisch
    Gebühren ab
    300.00 GBP
    Veranstalter
    Moorfields Education
    Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    Organisator

    Moorfields Education
    Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
    162 City Road
    EC1V 2PD London
    +44 (0) 20 75662625

  • VERANSTALTUNGSORT
    Guy Whittle Auditorium, Royal Society of Medicine
    1 Wimpole Street
    W1G 0AE London, GB
  • Programm

     

     

    DAY 1 – Thursday 11 July

    8.50-09.00

    Welcome - Carlos Pavesio

    Session 1 - Current approach in the diagnosis of uveitis

    9.00-9.20

    Clinical assessment of uveitis - Moncef Khairallah

    9.20-9.40

    Investigational work-up: a rational approach in uveitis Mark Westcott

    9.40-10.05

    Top 10 mistakes in uveitis - Vishali Gupta

    10.05-10.20

    The role of the microbiome in uveitis – Kajal Agrawal

    10.20-10.40

    Discussion

    10.40-11.00

    Coffee Break

    Session 2 - Multi-modal imaging in uveitis

    11.00-11.15

    Angiography – why traditional techniques (FFA and ICG) can’t be replaced by

    new modalities - Carl Herbort

    11.15-11.30

    Wide field imaging - uses, new findings and their relevance - Piergiorgio Neri

    11.30-11.45

    Novel applications of OCT/EDI-OCT/OCTA in the differential diagnosis of uveitis - Piergiorgio Neri

    11.45-12.00

    Multimodal Imaging in Uveitis - Biologic Basis - Colin Chu

    12.00-12.15

    Discussion

    12.15-1.30

    Lunch

    Session 3 - Infective vs non infective

    1.30-1.45

    Hypopyon: not always infective - Moncef Khairallah

    1.45-2.00

    Vitritis: not always autoimmune - Bahram Bodaghi

    2.00-2.15

    Retinal vasculitis: does it tell something about etiology? - Harry Petrushkin

    2.15-2.30

    Retinitis: is it always infective? - Ahmed Abu el Asrar

    2.30-2.45

    Choroiditis: a diagnostic dilemma between infective and non-infective -

    Vishali Gupta

    2.45-3.00

    Discussion

    3.00-3.15

    Tea break

    Session 4 - Infectious disease I – Herpetic uveitis

    3.15-3.30

    Herpetic anterior uveitis - Bahram Bodaghi

    3.30-3.45

    Acute retinal necrosis in immunucompetent patients - Nicholas Jones

    3.45-4.00

    Necrotizing herpetic retinitis in immunocompromised patients - Andre Curì

    4.00-4.15

    Discussion

     

    Session 5 - Masquerade Syndromes

    4.15-4.30

    Primary intraocular lymphoma - Ed Pringle

    4.30-4.45

    Other neoplastic masquerades - Marc de Smet

    4.45-5.00

    Autoimmune Retinopathy and Paraneoplastic Syndrome - Tas Braithwaite

    5.00-5.15

    Discussion

    Close: 5.15

     

    DAY 2 – Friday 12 July

    Session 1 - Non infectious disease I – Choroid and ocular inflammation

    9.00-9.15

    Ocular sarcoidosis - Nicholas Jones

    9.15-9.30

    Sarcoidosis: systemic considerations in uveitis patients - Onn Min Kon

    9.30-9.45

    Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome - Ilaria Testi

    9.45-10.00

    Birdshot Retinochoroiditis - Ioannis Papasavvas

    10.00-10.15

    Choriocapillaritis – MEWDS APMPPE, Multifocal Choroiditis - Carl Herbort

    10.15-10.30

    Discussion

    10.30-10.45

    Coffee Break

    Session 2 - Infectious disease II – Infectious uveitis

    10.45-11.00

    Ocular syphilis - Mark Westcott

    11.00-11.15

    Syphilis: systemic considerations in uveitis patients - Soonita Oomeer

    11.15-11.30

    Endogenous endophthalmitis - Rupesh Agrawal

    11.30-11.45

    Ocular tuberculosis - Vishali Gupta

    11.45-12.00

    Tuberculosis: systemic considerations in uveitis patients - Onn Min Kon

    12.00-12.15

    Toxoplasmic retinochoroiditis - Carlos Pavesio

    12.15-12.30

    Other parasitic infections - Gerry Claire

    12.30-12.45

    Cat scratch disease - Andre Curì

    12.45-13.00

    Emerging infectious uveitis: Zika, Ebola, Dengue and Chikunguya - Moncef Khairallah

    13.00-13.15

    Discussion

    1.15-2.30

    Lunch

    Session 3 - Non infectious disease II – Primary systemic vasculitis and Retinal Vasculitis

    2.30-2.45

    Behcet’s disease - Ilknur Tugal-Tutkun

    2.45-3.00

    Retinal vasculitis in other primary systemic vasculitis - Ahmed Abu el Asrar

    3.00-3.15

    Clinical features of Intermediate uveitis: symptoms, signs and classification -

    Ioannis Papasavvas

    3.15-3.30

    Investigations and treatment options for uveitis in pregnancy - Charlotte Frise

    3.30-3.45

    Discussion

    3.45-4.00

    Tea break

    Session 4 - Challenging cases

    4.00-4.12

    Case 1 - Anamika Patel

     

    4.13-4.25

    Case 2 - Abdulrhaman Albloushi

    4.26-4.38

    Case 3 - Abdulrhaman Albloushi

    4.39-5.01

    Case 4 - Georgios Koutsocheras

    5.02-5.14

    Case 5 - Olayinka Willliams

    5.15-5-27

    Case 6 - Stella Fragkopoulou

    Close: 5.27

     

    DAY 3 Saturday 13 July

    Session 1 - Pediatric uveitis

    9.00-9.15

    How to approach diagnosis in children with uveitis - Harry Petrushkin

    9.15-9.30

    How to approach management of children with uveitis - Ilaria Testi

    9.30-9.45

    Management of paediatric uveitis cataract - Lola Solebo

    9.45-10.00

    Management of paediatric uveitis glaucoma - John Brookes

    10.00-10.30

    Discussion

    10.30-10.45

    Coffee Break

    Session 2 - Treating uveitis

    10.45-11.00

    Physicians approach to investigating systemic vasculitis - David D’Cruz

    11.00-11.15

    Systemic corticosteroid treatment ; balancing risks and benefits - Will Tucker

    11.15-11.30

    When to start conventional immunosuppression - choice of agents - Ilknur Tugal Tutkun

    11.30-11.45

    Biologics - balancing risks and benefits - Marc de Smet

    11.45-12.00

    Travel advice: Immunisation and immunosuppression - Tas Braithwaite

    12.00-12.30

    Discussion

    12.30-2.00

    Lunch

    Session 3 Local Therapies

    14.00-14.15

    Ozurdex use in Uveitis - Peter Addison

    2.15-2.30

    Iluvien use in Uveitis - Will Tucker

    2.30-2.45

    Practical aspects on the use of local therapy - Carlos Pavesio

    2.45-3.00

    Vamikibart - a new approach to the local therapy of uveitic CMO - Carlos Pavesio/Laura Steeples

    3.00-3.15

    Discussion

    Session 4 – Use of big data in uveitis

    3.15-3.30

    General Considerations on AI - Pearse Keane

    3.30-3.45

    Big Data in Uveitis - how can we benefit from it? – Colin Chu

    3.45-4.00

    How to collect big data for uveitis (COTS, TITAN, REVISE) - Rupesh Agrawal

    4.00-4.20

    Discussion

    Close: 4.20

     

    Rahmenprogramm

     

     

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    600,00 GBP
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    300,00 GBP
    medizinisches Fachpersonal
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  • Zertifizierung
    Zertifizierung beantragt für CME Punkte bei der European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME)
    A certificate of attendance will be awarded . CPD certifcation will be applied.
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