Residents and fellows from the Medical University of South Carolina’s Storm Eye Institute will present their latest research results after working with patients, studying medication treatments and uses, observing technology and working in other pertinent areas of ophthalmology.
Head-to-head debates on the latest retina topics that are most relevant and valuable to the comprehensive ophthalmologist. A panel will engage the pros and cons of various retinal areas including macular degeneration, optical coherence tomography, injection intervals, and pre-operative retinal workups for cataract surgery.
Renowned surgeons will share with you their pearls for surgical success. Presenters will break down their preferred methods to routine and challenging patient cases, to provide you with tips that you can bring into your own surgeries on Monday. Rapid-fire interactive questions to the panel and audience will create an exciting atmosphere while you learn.
This is a highly engaging session that will focus on the health and function of the cornea. Panelists will utilize a combination of informative case presentations followed by interactive rapid-fire questions for both faculty and attendees. This
will create an interesting and fun educational format for all.
Expert perspective on diagnostic solutions for pre-operative planning, new technologies that help improve post-operative inflammation and the assessment and use of appropriate devices to maximize outcomes.
Dive deep into ten different extremely important and relevant cases. Then you will hear a panel of experts discuss different ideas on diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care to keep you up to date on important evolving areas.
Enhance your expertise and skills in oculofacial offerings that the comprehensive ophthalmologist can perform in daily practice as well as tips to manage inflammation, infections, and lesions.
Top glaucoma specialists will examine how glaucoma-specific technologies and devices play into the general ophthalmologist’s practice. Cataract experts will then join the glaucoma panel to discuss the overlap of their subspecialties and how to best approach the glaucomatous cataract patient. Presentations will incorporate video cases and hot topics.
Each day, seemingly routine patients present ophthalmologists with surgical challenges. Experienced speakers will discuss their innovative approaches to technology and surgical techniques that have positively impacted their practice and patient care.
Learn how our experts handled some of their most difficult cataract and refractive cases last year. You’re guaranteed to take home exceptional pearls and practical solutions to apply to your own practice.