(MC11) Mastering Vitrectomy for Anterior

             Segment Surgeons

  Thursday, 3 October 2019
  15:30 – 17:00hrs
  Kobu Room, 3F

Cataract surgery is a precise microsurgical procedure with excellent outcomes in most cases. However, complications do occur. One of the most challenging situations is a broken posterior capsule with vitreous prolapse. Knowing how to anticipate, prevent, mitigate, prepare, and manage the vitreous is an important skill for every practicing ophthalmologist. This MasterClass addresses the evaluation, preoperative assessment and preparation, and intraoperative and postoperative management of the eye.

Course Faculty:

 ANG Chong Lye
Singapore
 Yusuke OSHIMA
Japan
 Edmund WONG
Singapore
LEE Mun Wai
Malaysia
LEE Shu Yen
Singapore
Shail VASAVADA
India
 Time Topic Speaker
Introduction
Mitigating/Pre-empting PCR: Identifying the problem cases and mitigation ANG Chong Lye
Singapore
How to Manage the Vitreous when PCR Occurs: PCR - My Approach Shail VASAVADA
India
How to Manage the Vitreous when PCR Occurs: PCR - Damage Limitation - Step by step guide to anterior vitrectomy LEE Mun Wai
Malaysia
Vitreous Management & Lens Placement Options in Complicated Situations: Management of Vitreous in Complicated Cataract Surgery Edmund WONG
Singapore
Vitreous Management & Lens Placement Options in Complicated Situations: Phaco Vx and Lens Placement for Dislocated IOL/Crystalline Lens - My Approach Yusuke OSHIMA
Japan
Video Discussion: Cases Shail VASAVADA
India
Post-op Management & Outcome LEE Shu Yen
Singapore
Q&A