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Kongress

OB 2019

Congress of the Academia Ophthalmologica Belgica
1000 Brüssel, Belgien
Veranstaltungsnummer: 31170
Zertifizierung: beantragt
Gebühren ab: 55,00 EUR
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Sprache: Englisch

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  • Datum
    27.11.2019, 09:00 - 29.11.2019, 16:00
    Veranstalter
    Academia Ophthalmologica Belgica
    Kurzbeschreibung
    The Ophthalmologica Belgica 2019 takes place in Brussels, Belgium from the 27th November to the 29th November. This congress will cover courses for topics such as phaco and complicated phaco, eyelid surgery, iris and cornea sutures, glaucoma surgery and other interesting courses.
    Gebühren

    Fachärzte

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    750,00 EUR

    Earlybird bis 11.11.2019
    650,00 EUR
    Hinweis
    Both AOB members and non-AOB members are required to register for Wetlab
    WETLAB - Ophthalmologist
    WETLAB - In training

    Ärzte/-innen in Weiterbildung

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    160,00 EUR

    Earlybird bis 11.11.2019
    100,00 EUR
    Hinweis
    k.A.

    medizinisches Fachpersonal

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    140,00 EUR

    Earlybird bis 11.11.2019
    90,00 EUR
    Hinweis
    Nurses & Technicians (November 29 only)

    Orthoptisten/-innen

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    190,00 EUR

    Earlybird bis 11.11.2019
    120,00 EUR
    Hinweis
    k.A.

    Studenten/-innen

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    90,00 EUR

    Earlybird bis 11.11.2019
    55,00 EUR
    Hinweis
    Students / Ortoptists/ Eye care : no access to exhibition on Nov 27-28. Only access on Nov 29.

    Augenoptiker/-innen

    Teilnehmer max.
    unbegrenzt

    Gebühren ab
    140,00 EUR

    Earlybird bis 11.11.2019
    90,00 EUR
    Hinweis
    k.A.
  • Program
     

    Nov. 27th 2019 
    Copper Room

    OBAO : Emergencies in Ophthalmology
    Emergencies in OphthalmologySymposiumWednesday 27 November 2019, 09:00 - 10:30
    Moderators : Stefaan VAN NUFFEL, Sebastien RUITERS 

    09:00 Neuro-ophtalmology: Acute Visual Loss: Help, I need a neurologist 
    09:25 Uveitis: What to do when you can't see the problem
    09:50 Vitreoretinal surgery: Endophthalmitis  
    10:10 Medical retina: Medical retina 911  
    10:30 Break


    AOB Academic session
    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 11:00 - 13:00 ModeratorEmmanuel VAN ACKER 

    11:00 AOB Lecture Anita Leys : Laudatio by Werner Dirven  
    11:10 Nutrition and AMD: facts , figures and myths  
    11:30 AOB Award presentation  
    11:40 Keynote Lecture : Clinical Aqueous Dynamics  
    12:00 Keynote Lecture : Postsurgical CME: strategies for prophylaxis and treatment   12:20 Keynote Lecture : Diabetic macula edema From diagnosis to treatment  
    12:40 Recognition of the Keynote speakers  
    12:50 Recognition of the outgoing AOB President Monique Cordonnier  
    13:00 End of sessions

    OBAO: Emergencies in Ophthalmology Emergencies in OphthalmologySymposium
    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 14:00 - 17:30

    14:00 Emergent signs of pediatric intracranial tumors  
    14:30 Vitreoretinal surgery: Priorities in Surgical Retina Emergencies  
    15:00 Oculoplastics: Eyelid trauma: Fixing function and form  
    15:30 Break  
    16:00 Cornea: Contactlens-related pathology  
    16:30 Cristallin: Dislocated lenses after trauma  
    17:00 Glaucoma: When the pressure is high  
    17:30 End of session


    Emergencies in OphthalmologySymposium
    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 14:00 - 17:30 

    14:00 Emergent signs of pediatric intracranial tumors  
    14:30 Vitreoretinal surgery: Priorities in Surgical Retina Emergencies  
    15:00 Oculoplastics: Eyelid trauma: Fixing function and form  
    15:30 Break  
    16:00 Cornea: Contactlens-related pathology  
    16:30 Cristallin: Dislocated lenses after trauma  
    17:00 Glaucoma: When the pressure is high  
    17:30 End of session


    Program

    Nov. 27th 2019 
    Silver Room 


    ICC 1 : Refractive Surgery anno 2019 : when Smile, when Femtolasik, when lasek?
    Frank GOES jr., Bernard HEINTZ, Fernand DE WILDEInteractive Clinical Courses

    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 09:00 - 10:30, SILVER

    BASICModern refractive surgery has many treatment possibilities. Often, the choice  between them is easy. Sometimes, deciding between different options is more difficult. With more than 2500 treatments performed every year, the new refractive surgery group LVC (Laser Vision Clinics) offers all these options. We will try to give an objective overview of all the treatments possible, and a flowchart to guide you through the decisions.

     

    BOG/SBO : Dry eyes: How to unmask the great imitator in your daily practice?
    Dry eyes: How to unmask the great imitator in your daily practice?

    Symposium
    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 14:00 - 17:30, SILVER

    Moderators : Peter P.M. RAUS, Nacima KISMA
    14:00 Introduction by Peter RAUS  
    14:10 Dry eyes, we all have to deal with it. An overview of the epidemiology, pathophysiology and diagnosis of dry eye disease SULLIVAN D 
    14:30 When your body is overacting: Immunology and dry eye MURPHY C 
    14:45 Artificial tears: Be gentle to your eyes. The role of  preservatives in drops DUCHESNE B 
    15:00 Beauty should not hurt: Cosmetics and eye health SULLIVAN A 
    15:15 Break
    '

    Program 
    Nov. 27th 2019 
    The ARC Room

    ICC 2 : Introduction to the joy of phaco-chop in cataract surgery
    Evelien DEWILDE, Steven RENIERInteractive Clinical CoursesWednesday 27 November 2019, 09:00 - 10:30, The Arc

    INTERMEDIATE
    Interactive video-based presentation.The focus of the course is to provide a guidance to implement phaco chop in your routine cataract surgery.  We would like to share our experiences with two different techniques: vertical and horizontal chopping.Overall, we aim at providing a very practical and interactive course: 10 things you need to know before starting phaco-chop!

    ICC 4 : Corneal Grafs
    Alessandra CHAVES, Morgan LENTINI, Neslihan OZTURK
    Interactive Clinical Courses
    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 14:00 - 15:30, The Arc

    BASIC
    Corneal grafts have been evoluating recently. The goal if this ICC is to offer different techniques and indications regarding the surgical procedure.


    ICC 6 : Prebyopia correcting intra-ocular lenses
    Guy SALLET, Erik MERTENS, Emmanuel VAN ACKERInteractive Clinical CoursesWednesday 27 November 2019, 16:00 - 17:30, The Arc

    BASIC
    This course will give an update on the different possible intra-ocular lenses to improve distance as well as intermediate and near vision. Extended depth of focus intra-ocular lenses (EDOF), multifocal intra-ocular lenses or monovision will be discussed.  Indications, patient selection and treatment will be highlighted. With this course, the attendant should have a good understanding of the different options for improving intermediate and near vision as well as proper handling of these patients.

    Program
    Nov. 27th 2019 
    Hall 300 Room


    ICC 3 : Thousand faces of dry eye disease
    Zsuzsanna VALYI, Karolien TERMOTEInteractive Clinical CoursesWednesday 27 November 2019, 09:00 - 10:30, Hall 300

    BASIC
    Dry eye has many subtypes which requires identification and a personalised treatment. Trough interactive clinical cases these different types and treatments will be analysed according to the updated International, European and Asian guidelines. Old treatments and those freshly out on the market will be discussed.

    ICC 5 : Controversies in refractive surgery
    Benoit GOLENVAUX, Joaquin RIESTRA, Guy SALLET, Frank GOES jr
    Interactive Clinical Courses
    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 14:00 - 15:30, Hall 300

    INTERMEDIATE
    This course will provide pragmatic information on laser and lens-based refractive surgery, with highlights on controversial indications, discussion points and complications.  Subjects covered include selection of candidates, surgical options, outcome of surgery, complications & management, and retreatment. Clinical cases will be shared, submitted to vote and discussed interactively with the audience.  Essential theoretical background and clinical tips will also be provided to attendants.

    ICC 7 : Corneal Topography made easy
    Nashwan ALSABAI, Carina KOPPENInteractive
    Clinical Courses
    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 16:00 - 17:30, Hall 300

    BASIC
    Corneal topography is a non-invasive medical imaging technique for mapping the surface curvature of the cornea. It is the most important test for refractive surgery to detect abnormalities, diagnose early cases of ectatic corneal diseases and classify these diseases. It also helps in the follow-up of these disease and eventually plan for the best choice treatment.Therefore it is crucial for all ophthalmologist to have a good idea and be able to use / read this test.
     

    Program
    Nov. 27th 2019 
    Copper Foyer

    Wetlab 1 : Phaco for beginners - NL
    Frank Goes jrWetlabWednesday 27 November 2019, 09:00 - 10:30, COPPER foyer

    Wetlab 2 : Phaco for beginners - FR
    Emmanuel Van AckerWetlabWednesday 27 November 2019, 14:00 - 15:30, COPPER foyer

    Wetlab 3 : Complicated phaco - NL
    Johan BlanckaertWetlabWednesday 27 November 2019, 16:00 - 17:30, COPPER foyer
     

    Program
    Nov. 27th 2019 
    Wetlab Room


    Wetlab eyelid
    WetlabWednesday 27 November 2019, 09:00 - 12:30, Wetlab room
    This wetlab by courtesy of BSOPRS
     

    Program
    Nov. 27th 2019 
    e-Posters


    All e-Posters on show during the entire congress
    AOB e-Posters
    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 09:00 - 17:30, e-Posters


    AOB Rapid Fire session 1
    Wednesday 27 November 2019, 13:30 - 14:00
    Moderators : Paulina BARTOSZEK, Joachim VAN CALSTER102

    13:30 Automated Capsulotomies without Femtosecond Laser 104
    13:35 Early clinical experience with a new Selective Laser Capsulotomy (SLC) device 109
    13:40 Comparison of visual results after SMILE corneal laser vision correction and V4c implantable collamer lens surgery in the treatment of low to moderate myopia with or without astigmatism: medium to longterm results 101
    13:45 Ozurdex implant migration into the Anterior chamber 105
    13:50 Hyperspectral imaging and the retina: worth the wave?
     

     

    Program
     

    Nov. 28th 2019 
    Copper Room

    BRS - FAB 1 Symposium
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 09:00 - 10:30, COPPER
    Moderators : Julie DE ZAEYTIJD, Benedicte LOCHT
    09:00 BRS case presentations PART 1
    !0:30 Break

    BRS - FAB 2Symposium
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 11:00 - 12:30, COPPER
    Moderators: Werner DIRVEN, Laurence POSTELMANS

    11:00 Keynote Lecture : AMD diagnosis and follow-up: a multimodal approach
    11:30 BRS RETINA debate (with audience voting before and after debate)

    debate 1 - Proliferative DR  treatment : laser (PRP) versus anti-VEGF therapy  Guiseppe Fasolino  >< Sebastien Goethals

    debate 2 - CSCR treatment : first approach PDT versus Mineralocorticoid Receptor Antagonists Alexandra Kozyreff   >< Anita Leys 

    BRS - BIO
    Symposium
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 14:00 - 15:30, COPPER
    Moderators : Joachim VAN CALSTER, François WILLERMAIN

    14:00 Keynote Lecture : Artificial intelligence and retinal disease
    14:30 Analysis of vitreoretinal samples by the Cellient automated cell block system: a six-year review of uveitis specimens
    14:45 BRS case presentations PART 2
    15:30 Break

    BRS -REBEL
    SymposiumThursday 28 November 2019, 16:00 - 17:30, COPPER
    Moderators : Leigh SPIELBERG, Gregory HAVERBEKE

    16:00 Keynote Lecture : Surgical management in pathological myopia
    16:30 REBEL Retina Debate (with audience voting before and after)
    17:30 End of session

    debate 1 - Approach of lamellar holes: observation versus surgeryby Fabrice Korczewski  >< Grazia Perile

    debate 2 - Macular haemorrhage in AMD: anti VEGF alone versus TPA/gas/anti VEGF or Vitrectomyby Jozef Depla >< Peter Stalmans 

    Program
    Nov. 28th 2019 
    Silver Room


    BGS : Update in the diagnosis and management of glaucoma
    Symposium
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 09:00 - 12:30, SILVER
    Moderators : Anna - Maria STEVENS, Adèle EHONGO

    09:00 Welcome 09:10 Glaucoma free papers
    09:30 What is the place for selective laser trabeculoplsty (SLT)?
    09:45 Determining OCT progression
    10:00 Is there a role for Marijuana in glaucoma therapy?
    10:30 Break

    Program
    Nov. 28th 2019 
    The Arc Room


    BSA : My best and my worst cases
    Symposium
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 09:00 - 12:30, The Arc
    Moderator : Sabine PRINSEN

    09:00 Introduction by the BSA president Sabine Prinsen
    09:05 Fourth nerve: friend or not?09:20 What to expect?
    09:35 Invited lecture : My best and worse cases
    10:15 Discussion
    10:30 Break
    11:00 Bilateral sixth nerve palsy
    11:15 My best and my worst cases by C. Cassiman
    11:30 Intermittent exotropia
    11:45 My best and my worst cases
    12:00 Discussion
    12:20 End of session

    BVO-ABO : Diplopia after surgery: What to do?
    Symposium
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 14:00 - 17:30, The Arc
    Moderators : Daisy GODTS, Nathalie FOSTY

    14:00 Opening by Hilde Janssens, president BOV-ABO
    14:05 Diplopia after Strabismus surgery
    14:25 Diplopia after Cataract surgery
    14:45 Diplopia after Refractive surgery
    15:05 Diplopia after Glaucoma surgery
    15:25 Diplopia after Retina surgery
     

    Program
    Nov. 28th 2019 
    The HALL 300

    ICC 8 : Visian ICL: choosing the best option for your refractive patients: pro’s and cons
    Barbara LEYSSENS, Frank KERKHOFF, Thibault VERHAMME
    Interactive Clinical Courses
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 09:00 - 10:30, Hall 300

    ADVANCED
    Choosing the best for your refractive patient
    1. Icl or refractive laser for low myopia in non presbyopic pt. We discuss the pro's and cons, using our data of >1200 icl's and >5000 laser procedures
    2. Icl or RLE in myopic Presbyopia.  Refractive lens exchange is a currently rising refractive surgical procedure. Which factors influence the RDD risk in both procedures? 
    3. Visian ICL implantation: Safety and  results.  Surgical tips and tricks.

    ICC 9 : Fuchs' dystrophy
    Minh-Tri HUA, Ru-Yin YEH, Sorcha NI DHUBHGHAILL
    Interactive Clinical Courses
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 11:00 - 12:30, Hall 300

    BASIC
    Fuch's endothelial dystrophy is a classical disease that every ophthalmologists has to deal with. We will tackle several clinical situations and have an open discussion. All the authors are familiar with DMEK surgery and an update of the last evolutions will be presented. 


    Eye, History and Art 2019
    SymposiumThursday 28 November 2019, 14:00 - 17:30, Hall 300
    Moderator: Frank Jozef GOES 

    14:00 How artists depict the eye 
    14:10 How to look at Art? A closer look at masterpieces 
    14:40 Who killed Vincent ? 
    14:55 The history of Myopia 
    15:15 The blindness of Plateau 
    15:30 Abracadabra 
    15:45 Discussion and Break 
    16:20 The history of gene therapy in ophthalmology 
    16:40 Was it Velasquez? De Vos? Jordaens? Rubens? Van Noort? A sleeper beauty  16:55 Blood flow in the eye and Art 
    17:10 A historical analysis of the Neuroophthalmic work of prof. J. van der Hoeve  17:25 Zitting D.O.G. 19 juli 1936 - Waardenburg & von Verschuer. Toekomst en tijdsgeest 
    17:40 End of session

    Program 
    Nov. 28th 2019
    Copper Foyer

    Wetlab 4 : Complicated phaco - FR
    Fabrice KorczewskiWetlabThursday 28 November 2019, 09:00 - 10:30, COPPER foyer
    Moderator : Fabrice KORCZEWSKI

    Wetlab 5 : Xen and Istent
    Evelien VANDEWALLE / Sayeh POURJAVANWetlabThursday 28 November 2019, 11:00 - 12:30, COPPER foyer
    Moderators : Sayeh POURJAVAN, Evelien VANDEWALLE

    Wetlab 6 : Corneal sutures
    François Xavier CrahayWetlabThursday 28 November 2019, 14:00 - 15:30, COPPER foyer
     

    Program
    Nov. 28th 2019 
    E-Posters

    AOB e-Posters
    All e-Posters on show during the entire congress
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 09:00 - 17:30, e-Posters

    AOB Rapid Fire session 2
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 12:30 - 13:00,
    e-Posters
    Moderator : Guy SALLET103

    12:30 Choroidal neurofibromas: for once not hidden!126
    12:35 Is keratoconus a real ectasia: analysis of corneal surface area in normal eyes and keratoconus ?107
    12:40 Clinical outcomes of Ahmed Glaucoma Valve in posterior segment108
    12:45 The IOP lowering effect of combined iStent +phacoemulcification in patients with glaucoma: prospective study110
    12:50 Large spot size-transpupillary laser diode (LSTLD) with or without adjuvant ICG for retinal hemangiomas.
     

     

    Program
    NOV. 29th 2019
    GOLD Room

     

    BSCRS : The cornea for cataract surgeons
    Symposium
    Friday 29 November 2019, 08:30 - 10:30, GOLD
    Moderators : Benjamin D'HEER, Johan BLANCKAERT

    08:30     Address by President Blanckaert
    08:45     Keratometry - things you didn’t know, and how to make the best measurements
    08:55     Specular microscopy, confocal microscopy and pachymetry         
    09:05     Astigmatism – should we correct on the cornea or in the lens
    09:15     Cataract Post LASIK and Refractive surprise - how to avoid it and what to do
    09:25     Multifocal lenses and the cornea             
    09:35     Corneal scarring and cataract surgery – how to succeed when visibility is low       
    09:45     Round Table session with the speakers   
    10:30     Break
     

    BSCRS :The cornea for cataract surgeons
    Symposium
    Friday 29 November 2019, 11:00 - 12:30, GOLD
    Moderators : Sorcha NI DHUBHGHAILL, Karolien TERMOTE

    11:00     Endothelial diseases
    11:10     Endothelial keratoplasty – DMEK/DSEK combined or staged
    11:20     Epithelial and basement membrane dystrophies 
    11:30     Keratitis in Belgium – what are we seeing and what should we be doing?
    11:40     Neuropathic ulcers - a real challenge to manage
    11:50     Corneal surgery – what’s new and what’s next?
    12:00     Questions & round table session
    12:30     End of session   

     

    Program
    NOV. 29th 2019
    THE ARC Room

    PEDLOW/NOC: Update on Lebers Hereditary Optic Neuropathy and congenital glaucoma
    Symposium
    Friday 29 November 2019, 09:00 - 12:30, The Arc
    Moderators : Patricia DELBEKE, Ingele CASTEELS

    09:00     Welcome by Ped/Low/NOC president Patricia DELBEKE  
    09:10     Update in Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy     
    09:10     LHON: Diagnosis and medical treatment
    09:30     Invited lecture : Childhood-onset LHON
    10:00     Gene therapy for LHON 
    10:30     Break   
    11:00     Update in Congenital Glaucoma
    11:05     Congenital glaucoma and follow-up
    11:15     Ocular anomalies associated with glaucoma
    11:30     Differential diagnosis of an excavated optic disc
    11:45     Invited lecture : Surgical treatment modalities    
    12:30     End of session   
     

    ICC 12 : Keratoconus management in the present day
    Elke KREPS, Carina KOPPEN
    Interactive Clinical Courses
    Friday 29 November 2019, 16:00 - 17:30, The Arc

    INTERMEDIATE
    Keratoconus care have evolved immensely over the past decades. In this ICC, we aim to offer practical guidelines for the practicing ophthalmologist to help navigate them when faced with a keratoconus patient:

    -who do we crosslink, when and how?
    -what type of optical correction is the most appropriate for an individual patient?-when is transplant surgery advised?
    -how should we manage corneal hydrops?


    Rahmenprogramm

    OB Congress networking dinner in BOZAR

    Congress Dinner
    Thursday 28 November 2019, 19:00 - 23:00, plenary

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