IC-308 Ocular Surface Disease: Medical Optimization and Surgical Interventions | ASCRS
Session
IC-308 Ocular Surface Disease: Medical Optimization and Surgical Interventions
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Course Instructor: Clara C. Chan, MD, FRCS
Co-Instructors: Sara M. AlShaker, MD, FRCSC, Allan R. Slomovic, MD, FRCS, MSc, ABO, Michael Mimouni, MD, Tanya Trinh, FRANZCO, MBBS, Nizar Din, FRCOphth
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Course Description
Course will review 1) how to diagnose LSCD, neurotrophic corneas, toxic soup conjunctivitis, dupixent eye disease 2) How to optimize the ocular surface medically: nutritional supplements, antiinflammatories, lid margin treatments (ex. IPL, lipiflow, blephex), PROSE/Eyeprint scleral lenses, 3) How to optimize surgically: amniotic membrane grafting, conjunctival flaps, limbal stem cell transplants, SLET, CLAU, CLAL, KLAL, keratoprostheses.

Educational Objective
I want the learner to be able to diagnose complex ocular surface disease and start the patient on appropriate medical treatments so that surgical interventions will have the best chance to succeed.

2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting Instructional Courses

This 1.5 hour Instructional Course was recorded at the 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting in Washington, DC on April 22-25. 

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