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4th EUCORNEA Congress - Amsterdam 2013

Amsterdam RAI, The Netherlands.

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CME Information

This Meeting was awarded 12 CME Credits

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Amsterdam Courses

Course I: Stem cell therapy for ocular surface reconstruction

Course Organiser: V. Borderie FRANCE

D. Ponzin ITALY
Stem cell culture technology

F. Majo FRANCE
Physiology of the ocular surface epithelium renewal

P. Rama ITALY
Transplantation of autologous and allogeneic cultured limbal epithelial cells

F. Kruse ITALY
Non-limbal stem cells for treating limbal deficiency

F. Figueiredo UK
Limbal stem cell culture: explants versus dissociated cells

V. Borderie FRANCE
Limbal tissue versus cultured limbal epithelial cell transplantation

Course II: What can go wrong in Lamellar Surgery

Course Organiser: R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS, J. Guell SPAIN

J. Guell SPAIN
DMEK unusual complications management

S. Hannush USA
DALK: avoiding and managing complications

A. Villarrubia SPAIN
Intra and postoperative complications in DSAEK

A. S. Llopart SPAIN
Most common complications in DSAEK

A. Van der Lelij THE NETHERLANDS
Anterior lamellar keratoplasty in non-keratoconus patients and its complications

R. Nuijts THE NETHERLANDS
Unusual complications in lamellar surgery

Course III: Current state of CXL (Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking) Controversies and hot topics

Course Organiser: F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND, D. Epstein SWITZERLAND

P. Vinciguerra ITALY
CXL for keratoconus. Long-term results

B. Früeh SWITZERLAND
CXL in children and adolescents. Clinical results and recommendations

F. Hafezi SWITZERLAND
CXL for infectious keratitis. Clinical results and increasing the antimicrobial efficacy

M. Mrochen SWITZERLAND
Current controversies and hot topics. Higher fluence, irradiation profiles, epi-on

T. Seiler SWITZERLAND
CXL in refractive laser surgery. Combination procedures – do’s and don’ts

Course IV: Techniques for Evaluating Dry Eye

Course Organiser: J. Merayo SPAIN

J. Merayo SPAIN
Clinical evaluation. Inervation matters? What’s new on Evaluating Dry Eye

P. Aragona ITALY
Clinical Lab: Citology of the ocular surface & Immunohystochemistry

D. Galarreta SPAIN
Biomarkers in Dry Eye – Rosacea Biomarkers, Dry Eye Biomarkers, Mucin-CL biomarkers

E. Messmer GERMANY
Microfluidic analysis – Ocular Osmolarity, Microfluidic diagnostic systems

E. Wylegała POLAND
Imaging Evaluation of Dry Eye – Topography, Aberrometry, OCT of connea, conjunctiva, eye lids

All panel
Consensus Criteria for Evaluating Dry Eye

Course V: Corneal Image Updating

Course Organiser: L. Modis HUNGARY

L. Modis HUNGARY
Introduction

M. J. Tassignon BELGIUM
Anterior segment OCT techniques

L. Modis HUNGARY
Conventional corneal topography

M. Belin USA
Scheimpflug imaging

E. Wylegala POLAND
Confocal microscopy

C. Cursiefen GERMANY
Intraoperative imaging

Course VI: Eye banking and corneal transplantation

Course Organiser: J. Hjortdal DENMARK

D. Ponzin ITALY
European regulations related to transplantation of ex vivo expanded corneal stem cells

D. Fehily ITALY
The NOTIFY Project: A global interface for the vigilance and surveillance of substances of human origin

G. Thuret FRANCE
Endothelial cell counts in eye banks

I. Dekaris CROATIA
High-risk corneal grafts

D. Böhringer GERMANY
HLA-matching in corneal transplantation

M. Busin ITALY
Ultra-thin DSAEK

P. Maier GERMANY
Penetrating keratoplasty or DSAEK or DMEK: What to do when in corneal endothelial disease?

J. Hjortdal DENMARK
Sutureless femtosecond laser based anterior keratoplasty

J. Armitage UK
What can be learned from European and national registers on corneal transplantation

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