MIGS to be highlighted at ASCRS’s Glaucoma Day 2013
FAIRFAX -- Learn what’s new in glaucoma treatment, how cataract surgery is reshaping the practice and the latest trends and innovations in MIGS at ASCRS’ Glaucoma Day 2013 in San Francisco.
The workshop is scheduled for April 19 at the Moscone Center, and features critical updates, robust debates and interactive case studies on new technologies redefining glaucoma treatment.
The meeting will also feature talks on minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS), including an in-depth session, titled “Surgical Glaucoma Spotlight: Individualizing Glaucoma Surgery.”
The forum will specifically focus on surgical issues unique to MIGS, including several special sessions devoted to topics, including canaloplasty, trabeculectomy, ab-interno stenting, and the implantation of mini glaucoma devices.
Expert instructor Garry Condon, MD, will deliver the honored 2013 Stephen A. Obstlaum lecture. His speech is titled “Pseudoexfoliation: My Life as a “Zonulist” –What We Know, Don’t Know, and Shouldn’t Show.”
The meeting offers a full day of programming and subspecialties of interest and a unique exhibit presentation. Registration is now open.