Hull 2017 – Meeting Programme, Thursday

Thursday 21st September 2017

08.15 Registration with coffee at the trade exhibition

09.10 Welcome and housekeeping

09.15 Session 7
Dysinnervation Syndromes
Chaired by Prof. Cameron Parsa, France

09.20 Dysinnervation disorders – some underlying principles
Mr. Anthony Vivian, Cambridge

09.40 Congenital 4th nerve palsies
Mr. Darius Hildebrand, Oxford

10.00 The common etiology of Duane and Brown Syndromes…and more
Prof. Cameron Parsa, France

10.20 Discussion and Questions

10.30 Tea and Coffee at the trade exhibition

11.00 Session 8

Paediatric Ocular Genetics
Chaired by Prof. Chris Lloyd, London

11.05 Advances in the genetic diagnosis of paediatric developmental eye anomalies
Prof. Nicola Ragge, Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust & Oxford Brookes University

11.20 New diagnostic pathways in paediatric ophthalmology – the role of genomics
Prof. Chris Lloyd, London

11.35 Familial exudative vitreoretinopathy
Miss Louise Downey, Hull

11.50 Discussion and questions

12.00 Session 9

Roger Trimble Lecture
“Infantile Nystagmus”
Prof. Irene Gottlob, Leicester

13.00 Lunch at the trade exhibition

13.45 Session 10
Free Papers
Chaired by Mr. Anthony Vivian, Cambridge

13.48 Are we underestimating superior oblique involvement in strabismus from thyroid eye disease? – Miss Anne-Marie Hinds, Moorfields Eye Hospital
13.57 How to explain “flat” electroretinograms when patients with Leber’s congenital amaurosis may not be blind – Prof. Cameron Parsa, Quinze-Vingts National Eye Hospital, Paris
14.06 Intraoperative botulinum yoxin in large angle strabismus – Miss Shweta Anand, Royal Free Hospital
14.15 Validation of ASTEROID, an engaging glasses-free stereotest on a 3D tablet – Dr Kathleen Vancleef, Newcastle University
14.24 Ophthalmology leads the way: optimising retinoblastoma management with antenatal testing of fetal free DNA in maternal blood – Dr Trevor Cole, Consultant Clinical Geneticist, Birmingham Women’s Hospital
14.33 Modelling cue weighting for naturalistic vergence and accommodation responses – confirming the role of disparity – Prof. Anna Horwood, University of Reading

14.45 Session 11
Video Symposium: how do I do it?
Chaired by Mr. Vernon Long, Leeds

14.50 Positive Tensilon Test
Mr. John Bradbury, Bradford

15.00 Optic Nerve Sheath Fenestration
Mr. Sachin Salvi, Sheffield

15.10 MISS
Mr. Saurabh Jain, London

15.20 23-gauge Lensectomy
Mr. Vernon Long, Leeds

15.30 Tea and Coffee at the trade exhibition

16.00 Session 12
Rapid Fire Free Paper Presentations
Chaired by Prof. Helen Davis, Sheffield

16.01 Practice trends in management of unilateral congenital cataract in Britain and Ireland – Lisa McAnena, Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children, Dublin
16.05 Visual outcomes and rates of glaucoma and visual axis opacification in aphakic and pseudophakic patients following congenital cataract surgery – Miss Melissa Murphy, Waterford Regional Hospital
16.09 Botulinum toxin augmented squint surgery for infantile esotropia – a case controlled study – Miss Sarah Turner, Birmingham Children’s Hospital
16.13 Big kids or small adults in the paediatric ophthalmology clinic – should I stay or should I go now? – Mr. John Somner, Addenbrooke’s Hospital
16.17 Whole genome sequencing in the molecular diagnosis of familial exudative vitreoretinopathy and microcephaly – Miss Sarah Hull, Moorfields Eye Hospital
16.21 Retinal vessel architecture in young adults born extremely preterm: The EPICure study – Sneha Verma, Imperial College London
16.25 Ciclosporin A 0.1% (Ikervis) in children with ocular surface inflammation: a retrospective observational study – Miss Sahar Parvizi, Moorfields Eye Hospital
16.29 Clinical utility of multigene panel testing in children with inherited retinal disease – a single-centre retrospective case series – Mr. Panagiotis Sergouniotis, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital
16.33 Cyclodiode photocoagulation in the management of paediatric glaucomas over a 15-year period – Jurgena Lukani, University Hospital of Wales
16.37 Sheffield Transitional Uveitis Service – Miss Gisella Cooper, Royal Hallamshire Hospital
16.41 A rare case of Varicella Zoster associated retinal vasculopathy – Miss Farhat Butt, Hull & East Yorkshire Eye Hospital

16.45 Session 13
Paediatric Ocular Oncology
Chaired by Mr. Ian Simmons, Leeds

16.50 Ophthalmic complications of chemotherapy treatment
Mr. Nikos Vryonis, Alderhey

17.00 The ophthalmic natural history of craniopharyngioma
Mr. Evangelos Drimtzias, Leeds

17.10 The treatment and outcome of optic pathway glioma – results from LGG2
Mr. Kevin Falzon, York

17.20 Ophthalmic screening in Neurofibromatosis type 1
Dr Catherine Cassiman, Leuven, Belgium

17.30 Discussion and Questions

17.40 Closing Remarks

19.30 Reception followed by Dinner at The Deep (coach pick up at Town Hall 7.00 pm)