Scientific Program - Neuro-Ophthalmology

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Retina Anterior Segment Glaucoma
Neuro-Ophthalmology Uveitis Imaging Trauma Orbit, Oculoplastics & Tumors
FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2017
HALL C
16:45-18:15
NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY I
Chairs:
Sylvia Munoz, Spain and Anthony Arnold, USA
16:45-17:15
All patients with 6th nerve palsies should be imaged
16:45-16:55
Yes: Alberto Galvez Ruiz, Spain
16:55-17:05
No: Bernado Sanchez Dalmau, Spain
17:05-17:15
Discussion
17:15-17:45
Patients with pseudotumor cerebri and venous sinus stenosis should undergo stenting as first-line treatment
17:15-17:25
Yes: Anthony Arnold, USA
17:25-17:35
No: Sylvia Munoz, Spain
17:35-17:45
Discussion
17:45-18:15
Case Presentations: Neil R. Miller, USA
1. Relationship of PDE5 inhibitors and acute optic neuropathy
2. Treatment for radiation-induced optic neuropathy
3. Visual rehabilitation techniques for patients with isolated homonymous hemianopias
4. Evaluation of patients with amaurosis fugax
5. Assessment of patients with acute optic neuritis
6. Treatment of patients with primary pseudotumor cerebri

SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2017
HALL C
10:45-12:15
NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY II | Efferent
Chairs: Alberto Galvez Ruiz, Spain and Bernardo Sanchez Dalmau, Spain
10:45-11:15
Patients with giant cell arteritis should be treated with an antiviral agent, tocilizumab or both
10:45-10:55
Yes: Neil R. Miller, USA
10:55-11:05
No: Sylvia Munoz, Spain
11:05-11:15
Discussion
11:15-11:45
All patients with acute optic neuritis should have an NMO aquaporin-4 antibody drawn
11:15-11:25
Yes: Anthony Arnold, USA
11:25-11:35
No: Bernado Sanchez Dalmau, Spain
11:35-11:45
Discussion
11:45-12:15
Case Presentations: Neil Miller, USA
 
1. The appropriate management of a child with "spasmus nutans”
2. Appropriate management of a patient with an acute, complete but pupil sparing third nerve palsy
3. The treatment of a patient with superior oblique myokymia
4. Management of a patient with thyroid eye disease-related optic neuropathy
5. Assessment of a patient complaining of "visual snow”
6. Management of a child with an optic nerve glioma
12:15-12:30 Visit Exhibits & Lunch Box Pick-up