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IDTitleTypeAuthorEmailAccountHospitalScoresAverageComments from reviewers
22-101Association of Other Autoimmune Diseases in Thyroid Eye DiseaseOralMary Keladamek116@ic.ac.uk(Guest)Department of Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom., Imperial College School of Medicine, Imperial College London, UK, Department of Metabolism, Digestion and Reproduction, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom., The Western Eye Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, United Kingdom

5 (Salvi)
8 (Jones)

6.5

Comments:


poster presentation

(Salvi)


Conclusions worthy of presentation.

(Jones)

22-102Is an Image-Based Eyelid Lesion Management Service Safe and Effective?EitherMatthew Gillammatthewgillam@doctors.org.uk(Trainee Member , paid)University of Glasgow, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

6 (Salvi)
6 (Jones)

6

Comments:


simple idea; large number; poster if too many presentations already

(Salvi)


Abstract fails to convince that the conclusion is valid but it is a very pertinent question.

(Jones)

22-103Canalicular Injury Repair / Audit and ResearchEitherHaider Zakihaidar_r_zeki@yahoo.com(Guest)Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, [52]

6 (Salvi)
6 (Jones)

6

Comments:


Competent audit.

(Jones)

22-104Medical Cannabis Oil for Benign Essential Blepharospasm: A Prospective, Randomized Controlled Pilot StudyOralOfira Zlotoozloto@gmail.com(Guest)Goldschleger Eye Institute, Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Hashomer, Israel, Rabin Medical Center, Petach Tikva, Israel, Goldschleger Eye Institute, Sheba Medical Center, Tel-Hashomer, Israel

5 (Salvi)
4 (Jones)

4.5

Comments:


Abstract implies the placebo control group received cannabis oil drops.

(Jones)

22-105Reliability of Ptosis diagnosis on assessment via video consultationOralOfira Zlotoozloto@gmail.com(Guest)Adnexal service, Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, England

5 (Salvi)
7 (Jones)

6

Comments:


Worth presenting

(Jones)

22-106Exploring the Pandemic Resilience of Thyroid MDT networksEitherAmina Aliaa15817@ic.ac.uk(Guest)Imperial College London, Imperial College London, Imperial College London, Imperial College London

5 (Salvi)
6 (Jones)

5.5

Comments:


?poster

(Salvi)


An interesting marker of service efficacy

(Jones)

22-107Holding back the tears: Is there a role for marsupialisation?EitherStephanie Chiusjc.chiu@gmail.com(Trainee Member , paid)Royal Hallamshire Hospital/Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Royal Hallamshire Hospital/Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

7 (Salvi)
8 (Jones)

7.5

Comments:


interesting study

(Salvi)


Important reminder

(Jones)

22-108Oculoplastic Surgeries in Patients Older than 90 Years of AgeEitherMuhammad Abumanhalmabumanhal@hotmail.com(Guest)Tel Aviv Medical Center, Tel Aviv Medical Center

6 (Salvi)
5 (Jones)

5.5

Comments:


Well reported.

(Jones)

22-109Correlation of Radiological Parameters with the clinical activity and severity classification of Thyroid Eye Disease and the diagnosis of Dysthyroid Optic Neuropathy (DON)EitherNicole Georgenicole.george1@yahoo.com(Guest)Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Imperial College London, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

6 (Salvi)
7 (Jones)

6.5

Comments:

22-110Periocular Mohs micrographic surgery in a UK Centre 2012-2019; a retrospective cohort studyEitherJennifer Doylejennifer.doyle307@gmail.com(Guest)Buckinghamshire NHS Trust, Buckinghamshire NHS Trust

6 (Salvi)
5 (Jones)

5.5

Comments:


not novel; but large numbers

(Salvi)


Echoes previous reports

(Jones)

22-111Comparing the outcomes of posterior vs anterior approach white-line advancement ptosis repair.EitherJames Youngyoung.james.f@gmail.com(Guest)Lancashire Teaching Hospitals

7 (Salvi)
4 (Jones)

5.5

Comments:


good comparative study

(Salvi)


Other factors such as experience may have influenced the result.

(Jones)

22-112Everting Sutures: Recurrence rate and Quality of Life metricsEitherMohamad Babamwbaba@hotmail.com(Guest)Warrington Hospital, Warrington Hospital

8 (Vize)
5 (Jones)

6.5

Comments:


Very useful presentation/poster

(Vize)


Unremarkable findings

(Jones)

22-113Diagnostic challenges in atypical orbital myositis.EitherOurania Fydanakiraniafida@yahoo.gr(Full Member , paid)Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

4 (Vize)
7 (Jones)

5.5

Comments:


Confusing case series

(Vize)


Unusual and worth noting

(Jones)

22-114Dermal optical coherence tomography (OCT) in eyelid basal cell carcinoma (BCC)ePosterNikolaj Bjerrrumdr.bjerrum@gmail.com(Guest)Vejle Sygehus, Vejle Sygehus, Vejle Sygehus, Vejle Sygehus

9 (Vize)
7 (Jones)

8

Comments:


Useful submission

(Vize)


Not quite novel but of interest.

(Jones)

22-115Anterior approach Levatorpexy for correction of congenital ptosisOralSuresh Sagilisureshsagili@yahoo.com(Full Member , paid)

7 (Vize)
6 (Jones)

6.5

Comments:


Sounds promising – of definite interest

(Vize)

22-116Surgical technique: Use of hypodermic needle to aid porous orbital implant removalePosterSarah Levysarahlevy1@nhs.net(Trainee Member , paid)Royal Eye Infirmary, Plymouth, Royal Eye Infirmary, Plymouth

6 (Vize)
4 (Jones)

5

Comments:


Poster

(Vize)

22-117Orbital CowpoxEitherMiles Kiernanmileskiernan@nhs.net(Trainee Member , paid)Royal Free Hospital, Moorfields Eye Hospital, Royal Free Hospital

4 (Vize)
4 (Jones)

4

Comments:


Case report…

(Vize)


Interesting but a case presentation

(Jones)

22-118Orbital and ocular lymphoma – what can we tell our patientsEitherEmma Samia-Alyemmasamiaaly@gmail.com(Guest)Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre

7 (Vize)
8 (Jones)

7.5

Comments:


Useful case series

(Vize)

22-119Reconstruction of total lower eyelid defectOralSuresh Sagilisureshsagili@yahoo.com(Full Member , paid)

6 (Vize)
5 (Jones)

5.5

Comments:


Poster – not sure it warrants an oral presentation?

(Vize)

22-12010 year review of Eyelid Malignant Melanoma at Moorfields Eye HospitalEitherMohammad Dehabadimdehabadi@gmail.com(Trainee Member , paid)Moorfields Eye Hospital

8 (Vize)
4 (Jones)

6

Comments:


Good series

(Vize)

22-121Softacort eyedrops following lacrimal surgery: is it safe and effective?EitherEmma Samia-Alyemmasamiaaly@gmail.com(Guest)University Hospital Coventry, [52]

7 (Vize)
4 (Jones)

5.5

Comments:


Poster

(Vize)


Numbers involved in the study are not quoted in the abstract

(Jones)

22-122Lower eyelid conjunctival amyloidosis: a case reportePosterANNA GKOUNTELIAannygkountelia@gmail.com(Guest)BHRUT, Queen’s Hospital, BHRUT, Queen’s Hospital

3 (Vize)
4 (Jones)

3.5

Comments:


Recognised condition – nothing new

(Vize)


Single case report

(Jones)

22-123A case report of recurrent episodes of periorbital cellulitis (RPOC) and facial inflammation on a background of 1E nasal extranodal NKT cell Lymphoma in remissionePosterANNA GKOUNTELIAannygkountelia@gmail.com(Guest)BHRUT, Queen’s Hospital, BHRUT, Queen’s Hospital

3 (Vize)
4 (Jones)

3.5

Comments:


Case report (single patient)

(Vize)


Single case report

(Jones)

22-125Exacerbation of Graves’ ophthalmopathy post-thyroidectomy for Graves’ diseaseEitherStephanie J Chiusjc.chiu@gmail.com(Trainee Member , paid)Royal Hallamshire Hospital/Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Royal Hallamshire Hospital/Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Royal Hallamshire Hospital/Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, Royal Hallamshire Hospital/Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

4 (Pearson)
5 (Reuser)

4.5

Comments:


Interesting but it doesn’t answer the question posed. As all patients were given steroids it is not possible to determine whether they are effective. It does show that reactivation is dependent on status at the time of thyroidectomy.

(Pearson)

22-126Isolated Orbital Sarcoidosis- case series and management outcomesOralMeriam Islammeriam.islam@nhs.net(Guest)King’s College Hospital, King’s College Hospital, King’s College Hospital

4 (Pearson)
7 (Reuser)

5.5

Comments:


Small series, one case not isolated, short follow-up. Could be a poster.

(Pearson)

22-127Assessment of Lacrijet monocanalicular intubation for Congential nasolacrimal duct obstructionOralShirin Hamed Azzamshirinhamedazzam@gmail.com(Associate Member , paid)Shamir Medical Center, Tzrifin, Israel, Clinica de Oftalmologica de Cali, Colombia, South America, Estemed Clinic, Kfar Kanna, Israel

7 (Pearson)
6 (Reuser)

6.5

Comments:


Useful to see real-world results with this relatively new product

(Pearson)

22-128Filler Migration to the OrbitOralShirin Hamed Azzamshirinhamedazzam@gmail.com(Associate Member , paid)University of Wisconsin, Madison, United States., Emek Medical Center, Afula, Israel, Bupa Cromwell hospital, London, United Kingdom., Chelsea Westminister NHS Trust, London, United Kingdom., Shamir Medical Center, Tzrifin, Israel.

3 (Pearson)
6 (Reuser)

4.5

Comments:


No numbers or examples given, possible poster.

(Pearson)

22-129Botulinum toxin-A-induced protective ptosis in persistent corneal erosion in ocular graft versus host disease (GVHD)ePosterKristin Roeperkristin.roeper@web.de(Guest)University Hospital rechts der Isar, Technical University of Munich, Germany, University Hospital rechts der Isar, Technical University of Munich, Germany

3 (Pearson)
5 (Reuser)

4

Comments:


Not clear what new information this provides. Is it implied that botox ptosis has a particular benefit over other forms of closure?

(Pearson)

22-130Real world clinical outcomes of patients with active, moderate-severe Thyroid Eye Disease treated with Intravenous MethylprednisoloneePosterSoraya Albuquerquesoraya1311@hotmail.co.uk(Guest)Royal Eye Infirmary, Derriford hospital, Plymouth, West of England Eye Unit, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital

7 (Pearson)
7 (Reuser)

7

Comments:


Useful to see non-trial data

(Pearson)

22-131The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the surgical management of periocular Basal Cell CarcinomaEitherWEI HAN ONGweihan5229@gmail.com(Guest)University of Glasgow, Gartnavel General Hospital, Tennent Institute of Ophthalmology

7 (Pearson)
7 (Reuser)

7

Comments:


Interesting and reassuring report, probably best as poster

(Pearson)

22-132Multi-disciplinary trans-orbital approach for recurrent sphenoid wing meningiomasOralKelsey Roelofskroelofs@mednet.ucla.edu(Guest)University of California Los Angeles, Department of Neurosurgery, University of California, Los Angeles, Division of Orbital and Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery, University of California, Los Angeles, Division of Orbital and Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery

6 (Pearson)
6 (Reuser)

6

Comments:


Interesting 2 case series, could be either oral or poster

(Pearson)

22-133A Multi-disciplinary approach to Carotid-Cavernous Fistulae in South Wales: Management and Long-term Ophthalmic Outcomes.EitherSaif Abbas Chatoochatoosa@cardiff.ac.uk(Guest)Neuroradiology , University Hospital of Wales, The Cardiff Eye Unit, University Hospital of Wales, Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, The Cardiff Eye Unit, University Hospital of Wales

7 (Pearson)
7 (Reuser)

7

Comments:


Good size series and length of follow-up but the MDT element is less clear. Probably best as a poster.

(Pearson)

22-134Effectiveness of punctocanaliculoplasty with mini-Monoka stent placement for epiphoraePosterVinod Edirisinghevedirisinghe2@gmail.com(Guest)Northampton General Hospital

3 (Pearson)
7 (Reuser)

5

Comments:


Small, mixed group of patients with presumably some with canalicular disease (but unstated). It’s not clear why a stent was used for those with punctal stenosis.

(Pearson)

22-135SURGICAL TREATMENT OF EXTENSIVE POST SURGICAL EYELID SCARINGePosterDIMITRA KAVROULAKIdimitrakavroulaki@gmail.com(Guest)

4 (Pearson)
5 (Reuser)

4.5

Comments:


Interesting cases but not sure what information they add

(Pearson)

22-137Acute Bilateral Orbital Myositis Following Covid 19 VaccinationePosterGeorge Murphygeorge.murphy4@nhs.net(Guest)Sussex Eye Hospital, University Hospitals Sussex, Sussex Eye Hospital, University Hospitals Sussex

3 (Pearson)
8 (Reuser)

5.5

Comments:


Cause or coincidence? Suggest yellow card reporting rather than presentation.

(Pearson)

22-138Lower eyelid paralytic ectropion repair: an alternative suspension technique using silicone sling instead of autologous fascia. A Case seriesOralRebeca Roses Saizrebeca.rsmed@gmail.com(Guest)Broomfield Hospital, Mid & South Essex Foundation Trust, [52]

5 (Pearson)
7 (Reuser)

6

Comments:


No information on outcomes presented, or length of follow-up so not able to recommend oral presentation, possible poster.

(Pearson)

22-139Taking Oculoplastics into the CommunityOralEdward Saxbye_saxby@hotmail.com(Trainee Member , paid)ScotGEM MBChB student University of St. Andrews, Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline, Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfemline

8 (Pearson)
8 (Reuser)

8

Comments:


Very topical and relevant and will be an interesting talk

(Pearson)

22-140Analysis of paediatric periocular lesions at Southampton General Hospital assessing correlation between clinical and histological diagnosis between 2010-2021ePosterEngin Akyolenginakyol123@gmail.com(Guest)Southampton General Hospital

7 (Pearson)
7 (Reuser)

7

Comments:


Good series, suitable for poster.

(Pearson)

22-141Tumour resolution following diagnostic punch biopsy: Is surveillance an option?ePosterHarpreet Ahluwaliaharpreeteye@hotmail.com(Full Member , paid)University Hospital Coventry, [52]

6 (Pearson)
6 (Reuser)

6

Comments:


Need more information to fully judge this data, such as size of lesion at biopsy, but likely suitable as a poster

(Pearson)

22-142Vectra imaging as a tool to monitor survival of peri-ocular Autologous Fat TransfeEitherGabriella Guevaragabriella.guevara@nhs.net(Guest)Moorfields Eye Hospital, Moorfields Eye Hospital, Moorfields Eye Hospital

7 (Pearson)
7 (Reuser)

7

Comments:


Interesting application for this technology with meaningful implications for practice. Poster or presentation would be suitable.

(Pearson)

22-143Draping for Oculoplastic Surgery during Covid-19: Regional Survey versus Local PracticeePosterHarpreet Ahluwaliaharpreeteye@hotmail.com(Full Member , paid)University Hospital Coventry, University Hospital Coventry, University Hospital Coventry

6 (Pearson)
5 (Reuser)

5.5

Comments:


A topical and practical survey, suitable as poster

(Pearson)

22-144Enhanced Safety With Augmented Reality: Avoidance and management of vascular filler complicationsOralJonathan Roosjr@facerestoration.com(Full Member , paid)FaceRestoration, [52]

2 (Pearson)
4 (Reuser)

3

Comments:


Not enough information here: what numbers of subjects, what information did the imaging give, did it lead to any reduction in complications, poorly written

(Pearson)


not even started yet

(Reuser)

22-145Augmented Scarless Skin Surgery: Introducing a targeted immune reaction through induction of apoptosis.OralJonathan Roosdrjonathanroos@gmail.com(Full Member , paid)FaceRestoration, [52]

2 (Pearson)
4 (Reuser)

3

Comments:


The topic could be very interesting but the abstract appears to be incomplete and there is no data to discuss: how many lesions treated, what response, complications, satisfaction…. Looks to have been submitted in a hurry.

(Pearson)


in complete abstract

(Reuser)

22-146Lacrimal gland biopsies – A Histo-pathological UpdateePosterSegun Awotesudoctorawo@gmail.com(Guest)Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Royal Hallamshire Hospital Sheffield, Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester Royal Infirmary

7 (Pearson)
7 (Reuser)

7

Comments:


A large series over a long time frame makes this an appealing presentation.

(Pearson)

22-147Sypathetic Ophthalmia Following Self Sealing Traumatic LacerationePosterSegun awotesudoctorawo@gmail.com(Guest)Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester Royal Infirmary, leicester royal infirmary

5 (Reuser)
6 (Chang)

5.5

Comments:


not that interesting, seen this many times before

(Reuser)


Could be interesting
What’s the mechanism for sympathetic here?

(Chang)

22-148Cost-saving suture-preserving method for everting sutureePosterChristine A Putrichristineputri@doctors.org.uk(Guest)Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Royal Hallamshire Hospital

6 (Reuser)
7 (Chang)

6.5

Comments:


this is common sense. Done this for years. Is this worth a presentation?

(Reuser)


The additional time needed would have been useful
In addition the knot must surely cause more inflammation

(Chang)

22-149Bilateral lacrimal gland inflammation in a young adult: a rare case of dacryoadenitis exacerbated by Sodium Valproate medicationePosterEngin Akyolenginakyol123@gmail.com(Guest)Southampton General Hospital, Southampton General Hospital

7 (Reuser)
6 (Chang)

6.5

Comments:


interesting association worth presenting and being grilled upon by the likes of Geoff!

(Reuser)


Weakness is the single case study

(Chang)

22-154Delayed presentation of squamous cell carcinoma presenting as an infected eyelidePosterVinod Edirisinghevedirisinghe2@gmail.com(Guest)Northampton General Hospital

5 (Reuser)
3 (Chang)

4

Comments:


Not novel

(Chang)

22-155Is there a metrical correspondence between surgical margins and histopathology clear peripheral margins on direct wide local excision (WLE) of periocular BCC?OralVictor PaiuscoMrsMurta@hotmail.com(Associate Member , paid)Colchester Ophthalmic department

6 (Reuser)
6 (Chang)

6

Comments:

22-156Lacrimal sac diverticulum: clinical presentation and endoscopic managementEitherMuhammad Abumanhalmabumanhal@hotmail.com(Guest)Tel Aviv Medical Center, Tel Aviv Medical Center, Tel Aviv Medical Center, Tel Aviv Medical Center

7 (Reuser)
8 (Chang)

7.5

Comments:

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