Program

Date: Friday, May 5, 2017

Location:
Los Angeles Convention Center
Petree Hall

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Program

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Friday, May 5
8 – 9:45 a.m. Session 1: Cornea Refractive Surgery Moderators: D. Rex Hamilton, MD, Edward Manche, MD
Panel: Kathryn M. Hatch, MD; Gregory D. Parkhurst, MD; Jonathan B. Rubenstein, MD; Christopher E. Starr, MD
8 – 8:03 a.m. Introduction John A. Vukich, MD
8:03 – 8:11 a.m. Everything I Need to Know About Corneal Topography to Be a Refractive Surgeon Doyle Stulting Jr., MD, PhD
8:11 – 8:15 a.m. PANEL DISCUSSION - Topography  
8:15 – 8:23 a.m. Managing the Ocular Surface for the Refractive Surgery Patient Edward J. Holland, MD
8:23 – 8:27 a.m. PANEL DISCUSSION – Ocular Surface  
8:27 – 8:35 a.m. PRK Made Simple: How to Get Started with PRK Edward Manche, MD
8:35 – 8:39 a.m. PANEL DISCUSSION  
  Case Studies in Refractive Surgery  
8:39 – 8:47 My Go-to Technique Edward Manche, MD
8:47 – 8:55 My Go-to technique D. Rex Hamilton, MD
8:55 – 9:03 LASIK: Beyond Basics-Advanced Techniques Stephen G. Slade, MD
9:03 – 9:07 PANEL DISCUSSION – LASIK Techniques  
9:07 – 9:15 What Did We Learn from PROWL? Elizabeth M. Hofmeister, MD, CAPT, MC, USN
9:15 – 9:23 LASIK World Literature Review Kerry D. Solomon, MD
9:23 – 9:27 PANEL DISCUSSION  
9:27 – 9:32 ASCRS EyePAC (working title) Kerry D. Solomon
9:45 – 10 a.m. Coffee Break  
10 a.m. – Noon Session 2: Refractive Cataract Surgery Moderators: Kendall E. Donaldson, MD, Kerry D. Solomon, MD
Panel: Bonnie An Henderson, MD; Kevin M. Miller, MD; Tal Raviv, MD; Robert J. Weinstock, MD
10 – 10:08 What Is a Cataract and What Are the Guidelines for Medical Indication? George O. Waring IV, MD
10:08 – 10:12 Panel Discussion  
10:12 – 10:20 Building a Refractive Cataract Practice Is Easy. All It Takes Is a Lot of Work Vance Thompson, MD
10:20 – 10:24 PANEL DISCUSSION  
10:24 – 10:32 Modern Lens Surgery: What Are the Short and Long Term Risks of Retinal Complications? Steve Charles, MD
10:32 – 10:36 PANEL DISCUSSION  
10:36 – 10:44 Best Way to Find the Correct Axis for Astigmatic Treatments Stephen S. Lane, MD
10:44 – 10:48 PANEL DISCUSSION  
10:48 – 10:56 Everyone Should Know How to Perform a Surgical LRI Elizabeth Yeu, MD
10:56 – 11:04 Femtosecond Laser Arcuate Incisions and Intrastromal Ablations to Treat Astigmatism Julian D. Stevens, MD, FRCS
11:04 – 11:08 PANEL DISCUSSION  
11:08 – 11:16 Everything You Need to Know About IOL Formulas for the Best Refractive Results Warren E. Hill, MD
11:16 – 11:41 Case Studies in Refractive Lens Surgery David F. Chang, MD
(two or three cases 10 min each with discussion by Panel)
11:41 – 11:44 Introduction of Steinert Refractive Lecture  
11:44 – Noon Steinert Refractive Lecture:
Challenges in IOL Calculations with Post-Op and Ectatic Cornea
Douglas D. Koch, MD
Noon – 1 p.m. Lunch  
1 – 2:45 p.m. Session 3: Cornea Refractive Surgery Moderators: Steven J. Dell, MD, Sumit (Sam) Garg, MD
Panel: John Berdahl, MD; Thomas E. Clinch, MD; Charles Reilly, MD; William B. Trattler, MD
1 – 1:15 The Great Debate: The Future of Technology That Drives Corneal Refractive Surgery  
1 – 1:05 Topographic Treatments Will Rule Sherman W. Reeves, MD
1:05 – 1:10 SMILE Is the Future of Corneal Refractive Surgery Dan Z. Reinstein, MD
1:10 – 1:15 Wavefront Ablations Will Dominate Robert K. Maloney, MD
1:15 – 1:21 PANEL Cross Examination
(two minutes of questions for each)
 
1:21 – 1:26 Contact Lenses Are Safer Than LASIK Deepinder K. Dhaliwal, MD
1:26 – 1:31 LASIK is Safer Than Contact Lenses Francis W. Price Jr., MD
1:31 – 1:37 PANEL Cross Examination
(three minutes of questions for each)
 
1:37 – 1:47 Myth Busters in Patient Selection for LASIK Steven C. Schallhorn, MD
1:47 – 1:53 What is the Risk of Ectasia Following LASIK? John A. Vukich, MD
1:53 – 1:59 Should We Be Doing Simultaneous Crosslinking and PRK? John Kanellopoulos, MD
1:59 – 2:14 Five Pearls in 5 Minutes for Improving LASIK Outcomes David R. Hardten, MD
Karl G. Stonecipher, MD
William B. Trattler, MD
2:14 – 2:23 PANEL DISCUSSION  
2:23 – 2:29 LASIK Enhancements Made Incredibly Simple Louis E. Probst, MD
2:29 – 2:35 Corneal Inlays in a Refractive Surgical Practice William Wiley, MD
2:35 – 2:41 Non-corneal Refractive Surgery: Next Generation Phakic IOLs Erik L. Mertens, MD
2:45 – 3 p.m. Coffee Break  
3 – 5 p.m. Session 4: Refractive Lens Surgery Moderators: Daniel H. Chang, MD; Robert J. Cionni, MD
Panel: Rosa M. Braga-Mele, MD, FRCSC; Marjan Farid, MD; Preeya K. Gupta, MD; John A. Hovanesian, MD; Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
3 – 3:18 Great Debate II: I Don’t Have a Cataract and I Don’t Want to Wear Glasses. What Is My Best Option?  
3 – 3:06 Clear Lens Extraction and Monovision
is Definitely Your Best Option
Graham D. Barrett, MD
3:06 – 3:12 That’s Ridiculous. You Want a Clear Lens Extraction and 2 Multifocal or Extended Depth of Focus IOLs Daniel H. Chang, MD
3:12 – 3:18 You’re Both Wrong. Mini-monovision with an Accommodating IOL Is My Choice Y. Ralph Chu, MD
3:18 – 3:27 PANEL Cross Examination
(3x2 min questions)
 
3:27 – 3:35 Intraoperative Aberrometry, Verion, Callisto: Do I Really Need All of This Stuff? Robert J. Weinstock, MD
3:35 – 3:43 I Placed a Toric IOL and I Have Residual Cylinder. What Do I Do Now? Mitchell P. Weikert, MD
3:43 – 3:59 I Placed an IOL and the Patient is Now Hyperopic  
3:43 – 3:51 Obviously, Perform an IOL Exchange David F. Chang, MD
3:51 – 3:59 Not So Fast: LASIK or PRK are Better Options Terry Kim, MD
4 – 5 p.m. Case studies in Refractive IOLs Daniel H. Chang, MD
Robert J. Cionni, MD
5 p.m. Conclude