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BOPSS 2017
Update Day
June 21st 2017
8:15 AM
Registration at the Exhibition with coffee and pastries
8:45 AM
Welcome, housekeeping and introductions
Hugo Henderson
London
8:55 AM
Session I – Upper Eyelid and Brow

Chaired by:

Raman Malhotra
East Grinstead
Sabrina Shah-Desai
Essex
9:00 AM
Applied anatomy of upper and Lower Eyelid
Bijan Beigi
Norwich, East Anglia
9:08 AM
Anterior approach ptosis surgery
Ben Parkin
Bournemouth
9:14 AM
Posterior approach ptosis
Raman Malhotra
East Grinstead
9:22 AM
Marking the upper eyelid blepharoplasty
Ric Caesar
Cheltenham
9:30 AM
Asian blepharoplasty
Yoon-Duck Kim
Republic of Korea
9:40 AM
Aesthetic Upper Eyelid Surgery in TED
Raymond Douglas
USA
9:48 AM
Browlifting
Saj Ataullah
Manchester
9:56 AM
The Interdependence of the Forehead and the Upper Eyelid in Rejuvenating the Upper Orbit
Timothy J. Marten
San Francisco
10:06 AM
Avoiding complications in blepharoplasty
Simon Woodruff
Cambridge
10:16 AM
Discussion
10:30 AM
Tea, Coffee and Posters at the trade exhibition
11:00 AM
Session II – Rejuvenation options of the lower eyelids and midface

Chaired by:

Naresh Joshi
London
Richard Scawn
11:01 AM
Regulation of Cosmetic Surgery in the UK
Simon Withey
London
11:15 AM
Trans-conjunctival approach to the lower lids
Hugo Henderson
London
11:35 AM
Trans-cutaneous approach to the lower lids
Naresh Joshi
London
11:55 AM
Trans-conjunctival approach to the midface
Ramón Medel
Barcelona
12:15 PM
Trans-cutaneous approach to the midface
Brian Leatherbarrow
Manchester
12:35 PM
Peri-orbital Fat Grafting: A New Paradigm for Rejuvenation of the Eyelids
Timothy J. Marten
San Francisco
12:55 PM
Discussion
1:00 PM
Lunch and Posters at the trade exhibition
1:55 PM
Session III – Orbital & Adnexal Trauma: Challenges, Controversies, Advances

Chaired by:

Andrew Coombes
London
Jonathan Norris
Oxford
2:00 PM
The Oculoplastic perspective
Ramón Medel
Barcelona
2:20 PM
The Max-Fax perspective
Simon Holmes
London
2:40 PM
Advances and late reconstruction of the orbit and periorbita
Niall Kirkpatrick
London
3:00 PM
The Patient perspective?
Andrew Coombes
London
3:20 PM
Discussion
3:30 PM
Tea, Coffee and Posters at the trade exhibition
4:00 PM
Session IV – TED update – Best practice: assessment and management options

Brief case presentation followed by a structured reply with panel members’ further comment and discussion

Cases 1 & 2 Active Mild with lid retraction and mild proptosis. No significant motility problems

Case 3 Active moderate. Chemosis, proptosis, motility problems (no optic neuropathy)

Case 4 Severe. Active with more severe signs with impending or early optic neuropathy

Chaired by:

Jimmy Uddin
London
Rachna Murthy
East Anglia
4:05 PM
Case 1 presented by Rachna Murthy and Case 2 presented by Jimmy Uddin

What are the key clinical, biochemical, radiological risk factors for active TED?

4:08 PM
How would you assess and manage them?
Vivian Yin
British Columbia
4:16 PM
What is the best management of their endocrine status?
Rachna Murthy
East Anglia
4:21 PM
How would you manage this case?
Raymond Douglas
USA
4:31 PM
Additional comments from panel and discussion
4:40 PM
Case 3 presentation by Jimmy Uddin
4:43 PM
Are there any additional test or investigations to perform?
Raymond Douglas
USA
4:48 PM
How would you manage this case?
Vivian Yin
British Columbia
4:58 PM
Additional comments from panel and discussion
5:05 PM
Case 4 presentation by Jimmy Uddin
5:08 PM
Are there any additional test or investigations to perform?
Vivian Yin
British Columbia
5:13 PM
How would you manage this case?
Raymond Douglas
USA
5:23 PM
Additional comments from panel and discussion
5:30 PM
Close of Meeting
5:35 PM
Welcome Reception at Royal Society of Medicine

8:15 AM
Registration at the Exhibition with coffee and pastries
8:45 AM
Welcome, housekeeping and introductions
Hugo Henderson
London
8:55 AM
Session I – Upper Eyelid and Brow

Chaired by:

Raman Malhotra
East Grinstead
Sabrina Shah-Desai
Essex
9:00 AM
Applied anatomy of upper and Lower Eyelid
Bijan Beigi
Norwich, East Anglia
9:08 AM
Anterior approach ptosis surgery
Ben Parkin
Bournemouth
9:14 AM
Posterior approach ptosis
Raman Malhotra
East Grinstead
9:22 AM
Marking the upper eyelid blepharoplasty
Ric Caesar
Cheltenham
9:30 AM
Asian blepharoplasty
Yoon-Duck Kim
Republic of Korea
9:40 AM
Aesthetic Upper Eyelid Surgery in TED
Raymond Douglas
USA
9:48 AM
Browlifting
Saj Ataullah
Manchester
9:56 AM
The Interdependence of the Forehead and the Upper Eyelid in Rejuvenating the Upper Orbit
Timothy J. Marten
San Francisco
10:06 AM
Avoiding complications in blepharoplasty
Simon Woodruff
Cambridge
10:16 AM
Discussion
10:30 AM
Tea, Coffee and Posters at the trade exhibition
11:00 AM
Session II – Rejuvenation options of the lower eyelids and midface

Chaired by:

Naresh Joshi
London
Richard Scawn
11:01 AM
Regulation of Cosmetic Surgery in the UK
Simon Withey
London
11:15 AM
Trans-conjunctival approach to the lower lids
Hugo Henderson
London
11:35 AM
Trans-cutaneous approach to the lower lids
Naresh Joshi
London
11:55 AM
Trans-conjunctival approach to the midface
Ramón Medel
Barcelona
12:15 PM
Trans-cutaneous approach to the midface
Brian Leatherbarrow
Manchester
12:35 PM
Peri-orbital Fat Grafting: A New Paradigm for Rejuvenation of the Eyelids
Timothy J. Marten
San Francisco
12:55 PM
Discussion
1:00 PM
Lunch and Posters at the trade exhibition
1:55 PM
Session III – Orbital & Adnexal Trauma: Challenges, Controversies, Advances

Chaired by:

Andrew Coombes
London
Jonathan Norris
Oxford
2:00 PM
The Oculoplastic perspective
Ramón Medel
Barcelona
2:20 PM
The Max-Fax perspective
Simon Holmes
London
2:40 PM
Advances and late reconstruction of the orbit and periorbita
Niall Kirkpatrick
London
3:00 PM
The Patient perspective?
Andrew Coombes
London
3:20 PM
Discussion
3:30 PM
Tea, Coffee and Posters at the trade exhibition
4:00 PM
Session IV – TED update – Best practice: assessment and management options

Brief case presentation followed by a structured reply with panel members’ further comment and discussion

Cases 1 & 2 Active Mild with lid retraction and mild proptosis. No significant motility problems

Case 3 Active moderate. Chemosis, proptosis, motility problems (no optic neuropathy)

Case 4 Severe. Active with more severe signs with impending or early optic neuropathy

Chaired by:

Jimmy Uddin
London
Rachna Murthy
East Anglia
4:05 PM
Case 1 presented by Rachna Murthy and Case 2 presented by Jimmy Uddin

What are the key clinical, biochemical, radiological risk factors for active TED?

4:08 PM
How would you assess and manage them?
Vivian Yin
British Columbia
4:16 PM
What is the best management of their endocrine status?
Rachna Murthy
East Anglia
4:21 PM
How would you manage this case?
Raymond Douglas
USA
4:31 PM
Additional comments from panel and discussion
4:40 PM
Case 3 presentation by Jimmy Uddin
4:43 PM
Are there any additional test or investigations to perform?
Raymond Douglas
USA
4:48 PM
How would you manage this case?
Vivian Yin
British Columbia
4:58 PM
Additional comments from panel and discussion
5:05 PM
Case 4 presentation by Jimmy Uddin
5:08 PM
Are there any additional test or investigations to perform?
Vivian Yin
British Columbia
5:13 PM
How would you manage this case?
Raymond Douglas
USA
5:23 PM
Additional comments from panel and discussion
5:30 PM
Close of Meeting
5:35 PM
Welcome Reception at Royal Society of Medicine
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