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«Strabismus. Per aspera ad astra»
«Understanding Nystagmus through analogies»
«Excyclotorsion management: let’s make a reset of classical approaches»
Presidium Faruk Orge, Wang Serena
Moderator Faruk Orge
Online Resources for Strabismus Education
Surgical Planning for Vertical Strabismus: Basic Principles, Special Procedures
Ipsilateral Gaze Deviation as a Risk Factor for Surgical Overcorrection in Two-Muscle Surgery for Unilateral Superior Oblique Palsy
Aphakia. Contact Lens after Pediatric Cataract Surgery
Difficult Problems in Paralytic Strabismus
Presidium Faruk Orge, Balasanyan Victoria
Moderator An – Guor Wang
Innovation in Ophthalmology – a 10-step survival guide – experiences from invention of SquintScope®
Ongoing longitudinal study on infantile esotropia functional results: some case reports
Surgery for small-angle horizontal strabismus in adults: contemporary challenges
Updates on adjustable sutures in strabismus surgery
Presidium: Jon Pieter Saunte, Popova Natalya
Moderator Sonal Farzavandi
Muscle union technique for correction of complex paralytic strabismus: a global multicenter study
Management of strabismus due to medial rectus rupture after FESS
Duane’s syndrome – Surgical management: Old news –Fresh news
Investigation and management of RD-related strabismus
Changing trends in management of thyroid myopathy
Ocular Myasthenia gravis – “A masquerade”
Presidium Zoran Pejic
Moderator Isabel Reich-d’Almeida
Accommodation and Convergence – what is normal and abnormal?
Intermittent exotropia. Value of orthoptics in the management team.
Using MNRead app to measure reading acuity and reading speed in low vision patients!
MyEyeGym – An innovation in eye training
Fusion exercises for treatment of intermittent exotropia and phoria.
Surgeon Balasanyan Victoria, PhD
New strabismus classification
The length of presentations is 7 min
Presidium Markova E.Y., Popova N.A., Zainutdinova I.I., Sonal Farzavandi
Moderator Markova E.Y.
The variability of eye movements with unilateral amblyopia in the visual fixation process
BOC and amblyopia. From accurate diagnosis to effective treatment.
Visually evoked potentials in the complex observation of patients after refractive surgery
The role of fluoride pollution in the development of myopia in children of primary school age in an industrial city of Eastern Siberia
Analysis of structural and functional changes in the retinal macular region in children with amblyopia
Accommodography in children with anisohypermetropic amblyopia
Clinical aspects of astigmatism correction in children and adolescents
Matrix metalloproteinase-9 – a marker for keratoconus diagnosing
Control myopia – myth or reality. Bifocal contac lenses as a method of myopia control
Genetics testing for visually impaired children
«Decision making approach in management of Duane syndrome»
«Modern educational programs and tools in pediatric ophthalmology and strabismology»
Indications for strabismus surgery
Gold standard of pediatric optometry “White and Black”
Presidium: Aznauryan I.E., Plisov I.L., Popova N.A., Zhukova O.V., Balasanyan V.O.
Moderator Balasanyan V.O.
Individual approach to the choice of surgical treatment tactics of esotropia in children
Modern technologies in the treatment of paralytic strabismus
Surgical treatment of bilateral Brown syndrome
Laser correction of hyperopia and the place of accommodation in strabismus treatment
Superior oblique muscle tenectomy in the treatment of Brown syndrome
The method of preparation for the surgical treatment of esotropia in combination with a high degree of amblyopia by prismatic correction
Surgical correction of small angles of esotropia in children
Trapezoid scleral myopexy
The necessary conditions for successful minimally invasive strabismus surgery (MISS)
Presidium: Aznauryan I.E., Plisov I.L., Popova N.A., Zhukova O.V., Balasanyan V.O
Moderator Balasanyan V.O
Fresnel prisms as a way to rehabilitate patients with binocular diplopia and prevent secondary changes
Investigation of the sensorimotor response indices dependence on the position of the eyeballs in orbit in primary school age children
Studies of impaired coordination and postural balance in people with visual impairment
Modern possibilities of computed tomography in the diagnosis of non-friendly forms of strabismus
Preliminary Poster Program
MD, PhD, Dr Sc, Professor
Ophthalmic surgeon, refractive surgeon founder and Head of the Russian chain of Yasnyi Vzor pediatric eye clinics in Moscow and Kaliningrad
Member of the Academy of Medical and Technical Sciences of the Russian Federation
Member of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Member of the European Paediatric Ophtalmologic Society (EPOS)
Member of the European Strabismology Association (ESA)
Member of the International Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Council (IPOSC)
In 2013 – invited to be the member of the International Affairs Committee of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Reviewer of the British Journal of Ophthalmology
Winner of the Svjatoslav Fedorov prize
Winner of the Alexander Chizhevski prize
President of the Association for Ophthalmoly and Strabismus
President of International Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Council
Senior Consultant Singapore National Eye Centre
Born the 24th in February 1958
Founder of the scientific committee for visual screening in Belgium in 1989
Head of the department of Strabismology and Orthoptic in Liège University from 1990
Member of the European Strabismological Association ( ESA ) from 1991
Member of the International Strabismological Association from 1994
Founder of the Belgian Strabismological Association (BSA) in 1997
Head of the Ophthalmology Department of the “Paola Princess Hospital” from 2000
Invited as Guest Speaker in Holland, France, Luxemburg, Tunisia, Czech Republic, Romania, USA, and India and as visiting professor in Singapore , Argentina , Mexico and Iran.
MD, PhD, Dr Sc
Professor, Head of Ophthalmological Department of the Pediatric Faculty N.I. Pirogov, Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation, Chief Pediatric Ophthalmologist of Moscow, Honorary Member of the Association for Ophthalmology and Strabismus in Russia, Moscow
Requirements for the articles:
Articles should contain original material and have the following structure:
1. Title of the article
4. Purpose of the study
5. Material and methods
Article should consist of 250 words (not including the names of authors, article titles and references)
Introduction. Briefly highlights the state of the issue with links to the most significant publications, shows the need of a study.
Purpose. Formulated goal or scientific research task.
Material and methods. Includes a detailed presentation of research and treatment methods, criteria for the selection of animals and patients, the number and characteristics of the control and main groups, indication of how the data was analyzed.
Results. Presentation of the work results.
Discussion. It is necessary to indicate the possibility of applying the results in clinical practice or in future studies.
Findings. Formulated as a response to the purpose of the study.
References. Must contain no more than 3 sources
Oral presentations are for 7 minutes (except for some invited speakers). Please format slides in widescreen 16:9 using PowerPoint on screen page set-up function.
Please make slides easily readable with large text and do not put too much information onto each slide. Kindly note that the Finlandia-hall’s data projectors resolution is 1920×1080.
Please, have your presentation ready and bring it preferably with a memory stick in Power Point format to the Welcome recertion on October 3rd. Our technical staff will check your materials in order to minimize technical problems. Please note that they will not be able to change anything in your presentation.
Please check carefully that all videos run correctly and ensure that you have uploaded all the necessary files. Please inform venue technician when there’s sound or video included on the presentation.
When using Apple-device including Pads, kindly bring a suitable HDMI-adapter.
Any potential conflicts of interest should be declared on a slide immediately after the title slide.
Hard copy posters should be of maximum of maximum size 1198mm x 841mm (A0) in portrait format. All posters are displayed for the whole conference, but we ask the presenters to stand by their posters during poster session.
Please put your poster up on October 4th from 8 am till 10 am and leave it up until the end of the meeting. Any potential conflicts of interest should be clearly declared on the poster.
Start of receiving abstracts: March 19, 2019
Deadline: June 30, 2019
Notice of acceptance of your abstracts: by July 14, 2019
Conflict of interest Statement
The organizing committee of the I International Conference of Ophthalmologists of Strabismologists “New Technologies in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Oculomotor Pathology” asks all authors and reviewers to declare any conflicts of interest that may arise when submitting a manuscript or working on it.
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From airport «Sheremetyevo»
Take Aeroexpress train that takes you to Belorussky railway station. The entrance to the metro station Belorusskaya is located in the railway station building. A trip by metro to «Ulitsa 1905 goda» station will take 10-12 min. Take the exit to the street Ulitsa 1905 Goda. The stop of the city bus route #423, which goes to the World Trade Center Moscow and Crowne Plaza Moscow WTC hotel is located at the intersection of Ulitsa 1905 Goda street and Zvenigorodskoye highway.
From airport «Domodedovo»
Take Aeroexpress train that takes you to Paveletsky railway station. The entrance to the metro station Paveletskaya is located in the railway station building. A trip by metro to «Ulitsa 1905 goda» station will take 15 min. Take the exit to the street Ulitsa 1905 Goda. The stop of the city bus route #423, which goes to the World Trade Center Moscow and Crowne Plaza Moscow WTC hotel is located at the intersection of Ulitsa 1905 Goda street and Zvenigorodskoye highway.
From airport «Vnukovo»
Take Aeroexpress train that takes you to Kievsky railway station. The entrance to the metro station Kievskaya is located in the railway station building. A trip by metro to «Ulitsa 1905 goda» station will take 15 minutes. Take the exit to the street Ulitsa 1905 Goda. The stop of the city bus route #423, which goes to the World Trade Center Moscow and Crowne Plaza Moscow WTC hotel is located at the intersection of Ulitsa 1905 Goda street and Zvenigorodskoye highway.
From metro station «ULITSA 1905 GODA»
Go down the street Ulitsa 1905 Goda in the direction of Krasnopresnenskaya Embankment about 1 km. On your right side, on the embankment you will see the building of World Trade Center Moscow and Crowne Plaza Moscow WTC hotel. You can also take the city bus route #423, which stops at the intersection of intersection of Ulitsa 1905 Goda street and Zvenigorodskoye highway (exit from the 1 st train car when going from the city center); and goes to WTC Moscow and Crowne Plaza Moscow WTC hotel.
From metro station «VYSTAVOCHNAYA», «DELOVOY TSENTR»
Walk along Krasnopresnenskaya embankment about 1.5 km. On the left side of the embankment you will see the building of World Trade Center Moscow and Crowne Plaza Moscow WTC Hotel. You can also take the city bus route #243, which goes along the embankment to the World Trade Center Moscow and Crowne Plaza Moscow WTC Hotel
Conference “New technologies in strabismus diagnostics and treatment” will take place in Moscow, Russia.
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