Posters

Date:
Friday, November 30, 2018
No.
Poster title
Presenter (Country)
CXL for ectasia
1
When collagen corneal cross-linking additionally and dramatically improves the visual acuity, a pleasant surprise!
Rawya Diab (Sudan)
2
The results of the accelerated cornea collagen cross-linking in initial stages of progressive keratoconus
Liudmyla Troichenko (Ukraine)
3
Corneal thinning and refractive index change monitored by optical coherence tomography and optical path length measurement during UVA-riboflavin corneal cross-linking
Xin Tan (United States)
4
Contact lens assisted cross linking for progressive keratoconus with thin corneas about 47 cases
Yasser Rifay (Morocco)
5
Multiphoton tomography for accelerated cross-linking follow-up
Ana Batista (Germany)
6
Management of post LASIK ectasia
Maja Bohac (Croatia)
7
A prospective three-armed study on pain and wound healing after routine epithelium-off cross-linking
Nienke Soeters (The Netherlands)
8
A disposable UV-A cross-linking technology for optimized energy transfer to the cornea
Albert Daxer (Austria)
9
Early complications secondary to corneal collagen cross-linking of keratoconus using two different riboflavin solutions
Gerald Schmidinger (Austria)
10
Long term results of CXL for corneal ectasia: Egyptian experience over 12 years
Osama Ibrahim (Egypt)
11
Influencing factors on topographic outcome of corneal collagen cross-linking for keratoconus
Denise Wajnsztajn Vamos (Israel)
12
How do we calculate the exact pre-operatory pachymetry POP during CXL epi OFF?
Mouhcine El Bakkali (Morocco)
13
Accelerated corneal cross-linking: Faster, higher, but which protocol is biomechanically stronger?
Philip Jaycock (United Kingdom)
CXL pre-clinical/translational
14
Long term effect of corneal cross linking on endothelial cell count in patients with keratoconus
Ahmed Elmassry (Egypt)
15
CIncreased resistance against collagenase digestion of porcine corneas cross-linked by hypo-osmolar and hyper-osmolar formulations of riboflavin/ultra-violet A or WST11/near-infrared light
Jurriaan Brekelmans (The Netherlands)
16
Effects of eye motion and active eye tracking on refractive cross-linking
Desmond Adler (United States)
17
Comparison of waveform derived corneal stiffness and stress-strain extensometry derived corneal stiffness using different cross-linking irradiances: A prospective study with air-puff applanation of ex vivo porcine eyes
Robert Herber (Germany)
18
Alcohol cotton bud technique for removal of corneal epithelium at the slit lamp in corneal collagen cross-linking
Shaheer Ballim (South Africa)
19
Changes in tear biomarkers in keratoconus after accelerated cross-linking
Jose Ignacio Recalde (Spain)
20
Large field of view corneal epithelium and Bowman’s layer thickness maps in keratoconic and healthy eyes
Jan Lammer (Austria)
21
Safety and efficacy of collagen cross linking (CXL) of human corneal transplants ex vivo: a pilot study
Jan Lammer (Austria)
22
Measuring the force exerted during eye rubbing
Léonard Kollros (Switzerland)
Refractive CXL
23
To evaluate the effect of a novel radial corneal inlay implant (Corneal Arches) in the keratoconic eye
Marwan Ghabra (United Kingdom)
CXL Plus (Combination procedures)
24
Sectorial PTK+CXL for keratoconus treatment
Safwan Albayati (United Arab Emirates)
25
Concurrent versus sequential treatment with corneal collagen cross-linking and intracorneal ring segments (Intacs) for keratoconus
Steven Greenstein (United States)

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