IC-321 Ocular Surface Disease: Medical Optimization and Surgical Interventions | ASCRS
IC-321 Ocular Surface Disease: Medical Optimization and Surgical Interventions
May 2023
Meeting: 2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Course Instructor: Clara C. Chan, MD, FRCSC
Co-Instructors: Allan R. Slomovic, MD, FRCS, MSc, ABO; David S. Rootman, MD, FRCS; Neera Singal, FRCSC, MD; Mariana C Collazos, MD; Erica Darian-Smith, MBBS
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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, anti-inflammatories, 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 various ocular surface disorders, medically optimize a patient with ocular surface disease to stabilize progression, and understand indications for various surgical interventions to rehabilitate the ocular surface to restore vision and improve patient symptoms.

2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting Instructional Courses

This 1.5 hour Instructional Course was recorded at the 2023 ASCRS Annual Meeting in San Diego, California, on May 5-8, 2023. 

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