December 7, 2012 Meeting Conference


Cataract I

OBJECTIVE:  This morning's session is deisnged to serve as a refresher course in many traditional surgical situations.  In addition the attendees will receive updates in newer surgical techniques, icnluding a preentation on logistical efficiencies in the operating theatre.


Femotsecond laser cataract surgery finances
Jonathan H. Talamo

Morning program


The Post Refractive Surgery Cornea - Do We Have It Yet?
Wuqaas M. Munir

Morning program


Managing Coexisting Cataract and Glaucoma
Bradford J. Shingleton

Morning program


Individual and Group Efficiency in the Ambulatory Surgery Center
David R. Hardten

Morning program


Nuances of Astigmatism Management Before and After IOL Implantation
David R. Hardten

Morning program


Endophthalmitis Prophylaxis: Where are we?
Sarkis Soukiasian

Morning program


Kids and Cataract: Challenges in Pediatric Cataract Management
Deborah K. VanderVeen

Morning program


Intraocular lens exchange - Indications and Techniques
Michael B. Raizman

Morning program


Glaucoma I

Objective: To increase attendee's understanding of diagnosis and management dilemmas which are commonly encountered in treating our glaucoma patients.


SLT As A Primary Treatment For Glaucoma
Nathalie C. Rioux

Afternoon program


What’s New in Our Understanding & Management of Angle Closure Glaucoma?
Douglas J. Rhee

Afternoon program


The Dysfunctional Bleb
Robert A. Lytle

Afternoon program


Sleep Apnea and Glaucoma
Claudia U. Richter

Afternoon program


Optic Disc Drusen or Glaucoma? – What’s causing this patient’s visual field loss?
Teresa C. Chen

Afternoon program


IOP Variation: Should it affect our management of glaucoma?
L. Jay Katz

Afternoon program


New Alternatives for Drug Delivery in Glaucoma: When can we finally throw away the bottles?
L. Jay Katz

Afternoon program


The Role of Iridotomy in Pigmentary Glaucoma
David G. Campbell

Afternoon program