Current Controversies / New Approaches

Date:
December 3, 2016
Chair:
Theo Seiler / Sabine Kling
Time
Session
Speaker
16.15
New Brillouin data
Theo Seiler (Switzerland) INVITED
16.25
Cross-Linking Biomechanical Effect in Human Corneas by Same Energy, Different UV-A Fluence: An Enzymatic Digestion Comparative Evaluation
A. John Kanellopoulos (Greece) INVITED
16.35
Enzymatic Resistance of Corneas Crosslinked Using Riboflavin in Conjunction With Low Energy, High Energy, and Pulsed UVA Irradiation Modes
Sally Hayes (UK) INVITED
16.45
Stress-strain measurements and hydration
Theo Seiler (Switzerland) INVITED
16.55
Influence of beam profile on changes of corneal topography and tomography after CXL in progressive keratoconus
Robert Herber (Germany)
17.03
The DUCK-score: A weighted compound score to improve decision making in crosslinking treatments.
Robert Wisse (Netherlands)
17.11
Brillouin Microscopic Imaging to Detect Biomechanical Changes after LASIK Combined with Rapid Corneal Cross-Linking
J. Bradley Randleman (USA)
17.19
Quantitative alterations in nerve morphology differentiate affected and unaffected eyes in unilateral Keratoconus
Pallak Kusumgar (India)
17.27
Comparison of corneal riboflavin gradients using dextran and HPMC solutions
Theo G. Seiler (USA)
17.35
Age-specific incidence and prevalence of keratoconus: a nationwide registration study
Daniel Godefrooij (Netherlands)
17.43
Long-term corneal biomechanical results and histology, 1, 4 and 8 months after WST-D and Near Infra-Red (NIR) treatment in rabbits
Jurriaan Brekelmans (Netherlands)
17.51
Long Term Analysis of Collagen Crosslinking in Patients Treated with Dextran versus Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (HPMC) Riboflavin Solution
Patrick Rapuano (USA)
17.59
Flexible elastomer optical waveguide for whole-globe scleral crosslinking
Moonseok Kim (USA)
18.07
Differential gene expression of ECM-related genes after in vivo CXL in rabbits
Sabine Kling (Switzerland)
18.15
Correlation between central stromal demarcation line depth and flattening of the cornea after corneal cross-linking: comparing two different treatment protocols
Gerald Schmidinger (Austria)
18.23
The results of simultaneous on both eyes corneal collagen crosslinking
Timur Churakov (Russian Federation)
18.31
The Theo Seiler Award
Scientific Committee
18.36
Discussion
18.50
Final Remarks
Farhad Hafezi

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