Anterior Segment Imaging: Epithelium to Ciliary Body
Saturday, April 17, 2021 / 8:25 A.M. - 12 P.M. ET
LIVE STREAM ONLY
Beeran B. Meghpara, MD & Brenton D. Finklea, MD
This conference will seek to update attendees on the modern imaging modalities available for the anterior segment. Presenters across subspecialties will facilitate discussions that will help attendees to get the most out their office and OR-based diagnostics.
- Anterior Segment OCT
- Corneal Topography and Tomography
- Modern biometers and their applications
- Aberrometry in the office and operating room
- Ultrasound Biomicroscopy
- Corneal Hysteresis
- Slit Lamp Photography
At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants should be able to:
- Discuss important new advances in the etiologies, diagnosis, and treatment/prevention of eye diseases.
- Identify basic and clinical vision research that can be transformed into improved clinical care.
- Assess the role of new technologies in the evaluation and treatment of eye diseases.
- Describe factors that impact the effective delivery of the highest quality eye care for the public.
- Identify clinical, scientific, and ethical issues confronting the profession.
- Obtain information and tools through multiple facets to help ophthalmologists deliver high and efficient quality of care.
WILLS EYE FACULTY
Brandon D. Ayres, MD
A. Buck Bennett, MD
Brenton D. Finklea, MD
Kristin M. Hammersmith, MD
Sadeer B. Hannush, MD
Ashley Khalili, MD
Sara E. Lally, MD
Beeran B. Meghpara, MD
Marlene R. Moster, MD
Parveen K. Nagra, MD
Ravi D. Patel, MD
Christopher J. Rapuano, MD
Zeba A. Syed, MD
Thomas Tien, MD
Wills Eye Hospital is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education to its physicians. Wills Eye Hospital designates this live educational activity for a maximum of 3.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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|8 a.m.||Registration and Breakfast|
Anterior Segment OCT
|8:30 a.m.||Epithelial Mapping
Beeran Meghpara, MD
|8:40 a.m.||OCT Analysis of OSSN
Ashley Khalili, MD
|8:50 a.m.||Anterior Segment OCT Angiography
Zeba Syed, MD
|9 a.m.||Anterior Segment OCT Panel Discussion/Cases
Moderator: Brent Finklea, MD
Panel: Beeran Meghpara MD, Ashley Khalili MD, Zeba Syed MD & Sadeer Hannush MD
Topography vs Tomography: What tool is right for the job?
Update in Biometry: Helping Your Patients Achieve 20/20 in 2021
|9:20 a.m.||Alcon Argos
Brent Finklea, MD
|9:25 a.m.||Oculus Pentacam AXL
Beeran Meghpara, MD
|9:30 a.m.||Zeiss IOL Master 700
Buck Bennett, MD
|9:35 p.m.||Panel Comparison/Questions|
|9:45 a.m.||Why I Use Intraoperative Aberrometry
Brandon Ayres, MD
|9:55 a.m.||Why I Don’t Use Intraoperative Aberrometry
Parveen Nagra, MD
Imaging in Ocular Surface Disease
Current Applications for Corneal Hysteresis
How Anterior Segment Imaging Saved the Day
Aberrometry In the Clinic: The Get Out of Jail Free Card
Tomography: More than Meets the Eye
Slit Lamp Photography on a Dime: Utilizing Smart Phone Technology