Date: Thu 28/07/2022
Provider: The Milford Eye Clinic
Optometrist Credits: 2.5 General Credits
Event Type(s): Seminar
6.30 – 7.00pm Practical approach to eyelid lumps Dr Brian Sloan
7.00 – 7.30pm When macular degeneration is not “age related” Dr David Squirrell
7.30 – 8.00pm Interesting glaucoma and neurological cases Dr Jo Koppens
8.00 – 8.30pm Early detection of keratoconus by AI Dr Rasha Altaie
8.30 – 9.00pm Surgery for Macula Disease Dr Nadeem Ahmad
“Clinical cases illustrating glaucoma and neurological pathology”. Jo Koppens
“Early detection Of keratoconus by artificial intelligence and other clinical cases in anterior segments of interest to optometrists” – Dr Rasha Altaie
How to clinically assess the patient with an eyelid lump. This will allow practitioners to broadly categorise into benign, inflammatory or malignant causes, and treat or refer with appropriate urgency. – Brian Sloan
To provide an update on surgical techniques used to treat macular pathology, and their effectiveness in improving/restoring visual function. – Nadeem Ahmad
In this presentation we will review both the presentation management of the non-age-related causes of macular degeneration. This will include myopic macular degeneration, pachychoroid neovascular, premature degenerative degenerations. hereditary macular dystrophies and inflammatory entities such as punctate inner choroidopathy. – David Squirrell.
Presentations will be approximately 20 minutes long, with 10 minutes for questions.