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The 3rd World Congress on
Controversies in Ophthalmology (COPHy)
Anterior Segment, Retina, Glaucoma

Istanbul, Turkey, March 22 - 25, 2012
  Neuro-Ophthalmology Print
 
Friday, March 23, 2012
 
Neuro-Ophthalmology I
Idiopathic Intracranial Hyertension & more
Room: Fuji 2
17:00-18:30
Chairpersons: D. Milea, France & N. Miller, USA
   
17:00-17:30
Symposium on "idiopathic" intracranial hypertension
Moderator: D. Milea, France
  
1) What is your evaluation for the typical patient?
A. Lee, USA
2) What is your evaluation for the atypical patient?
A. Lee, USA & A. Arnold, USA
3) A patient with presumed IIH has no evidence of optic neuropathy.  What is your treatment and what do you do if the patient worsens?
A. Arnold, USA;
4) A patient with presumed IIH has evidence of an optic neuropathy at presentation.  What is your treatment?
N. Miller, USA
5) A patient with presumed IIH has no evidence of optic neuropathy and there is evidence of venous sinus stenosis?
D. Milea, France
6) A patient with presumed IIH has evidence of an optic neuropathy at presentation and has an area of venous sinus stenosis.  Would you stent immediately?
E. Altiparmak, Turkey
  
17:30-18:30
Case presentations
Moderator: N. Miller, USA
 
1) A patient with routine optic neuritis
A. Lee, USA & E. Altiparmak, Turkey
2) A patient with bilateral acute optic neuritis
D. Milea, France
3) A patient with Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy
A. Arnold, USA; P. Aydin, Turkey; D. Milea, France
4) A patient with non-arthritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy who is considering cataract surgery in the other eye
A. Lee, USA
5) A patient with traumatic optic neuropathy
A. Arnold, USA & E. Altiparmak, Turkey
6) A patient with a central retinal artery occlusion: Europe vs. USA
D. Milea, France & A. Lee, USA
7) A patient with congenital "motor" type nystagmus
All Speakers on the panel
      
 
Saturday, March 24, 2012
 
Neuro-Ophthalmology II
Temporal Arteritis
Room: Fuji 2
16:15-17:30
Chairpersons: P. Aydin, Turkey & N. Miller, USA
    
16:15-16:45
 
Symposium on Giant Cell (Temporal Arteritis)
Moderator: P. Aydin, Turkey
  
1) Diagnosis of GCA in a patient with unilateral AION
E. Altiparmak, Turkey
2) Treatment of GCA in a patient with AION
A. Arnold, USA
3) Treatment of GCA in a patient with diplopia
A. Lee, USA
4) Treatment of a patient who progresses despite steroid
N. Miller, USA
    
16:45-17:30
Case presentations
Moderator: N. Miller, USA
  
1) A patient will radiation optic neuropathy: Do you treat? If so, with what?
A. Aronld, USA
2) Child with optic glioma that progresses: What is your treatment?
P. Aydin, Turkey
3) Adult-onset MG: What is your initial treatment?
D. Milea, France
4) Young patient with NAION: What is your work-up?
A. Lee, USA
5) A patient with elevated discs and a headache
A. Arnold, USA
6) A young woman with transient monocular visual loss
E. Altiparmak, Turkey
7) Should one recommend selenium for mild TED?
All Speakers on the panel
      

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