The numbers refer to your unique assigned number in the programme.
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Abstracts starting with number 1 are presented on Thursday , click here to view detailed schedule.
Abstracts starting with number 2 are presented on Friday, click here to view detailed schedule.
Abstracts starting with numbers 3 are ePosters.
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This is a list of accepted authors and presentations. It assumes that all accepted will attend.
|Oral presentations on Thursday|
|Thursday – 9:15am – 10:15am – 12 papers – 101-112
Eyelid skin trichilemmoma and underlying malignancy: Is an aggressive treatment necessary?
|Christine Anggun Putri|
Three year disease-free outcome in all non-melanomoutous skin cancers excised with 1mm margins and same-day reconstruction in a district general hospital
Can upper lid everting surgery improve dry eye symptoms in patients with Meibomian gland inversion not responding to treatment?
Canalicular Antibiotic Ointment Loading: Primary Management option for management of Canaliculitis
Comparative survival of Stoploss Lester Jones Tubes (SLJT) and Lester Jones Tubes (LJT)
Methodology of functional lacrimal MRI imaging
Is it time to consider new treatments for ocular chemical burns?
Management of Microphthalmia with Cyst over a Twenty-Year Period
Keratopigmentation for phthisical eyes, an alternative to ocular prosthesis: outcomes in a series of 234 eyes
|Maria Alejandra Amesty|
Periosteal grafts for Fornix reconstruction
Evisceration with intra-scleral acrylic implant and scleral autograft: a modified surgical technique
Retro-caruncular Medical Canthal Tendon Plication and Lower Lid Suture Sling with Retractor recession – A narrated surgical video
|Thursday – 1:45pm – 2:35pm – 10 papers – 113-122
Conjunctival Sparing Ptosis Correction by white-line advancement technique
Naturally Looking Dynamic Skin Crease in Incisional Asian Blepharoplasty
|CHUNG NEN CHUA|
Transcanthal lateral canthopexy for correction of lower lid ectropion and entropion
Redesigning Rundle’s curve for Thyroid Eye Disease?
Visual survival after open globe injury: a comparison of two prognostic models for visual outcome in a tertiary ophthalmic centre
Orbital Trauma in a Regional Orbito-facial Trauma Centre
Real-world use of non-echoplanar diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging for detection, disease monitoring and clinical decision-making in Graves’ Orbitopathy
A Survey of Current Practices by the British Oculoplastic Surgical Society and Recommendations for delivering a sustainable multidisciplinary approach to Thyroid Eye Disease (TED) in the United Kingdom
Does Redo Optic nerve sheath fenestration have a role in preventing optic nerve function deterioration
What happens to the contralateral eye in optic nerve sheath fenestration (ONSF)?
|Oral presentations on Friday|
|Friday – 11:15am – 12:00pm – 9 papers – 201-209
Rhino-orbital Mucormycosis: A Clinical Spectrum and Decision Making for Orbital Exenteration
|Dr. Anurag Mittal|
Clinical, radiological and histopathological diagnosis correlation in orbital biopsies: 10-year retrospective study in Bristol Eye Hopital
Orbital lymphoma: a 13-year review at a national ocular oncology centre
Computed Tomography (CT)-guided Core Needle Biopsy of Orbital Lesions
Orbital and periocular lymphoma. Experience from a UK tertiary referral centre.
Transforming care: A Pilot Study for a Virtual Oculoplastic Clinic
Funding for Oculoplastic Surgery by Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England: A BOPSS member survey.
CCG funding of oculoplastics- is there a postcode lottery?
A novel repair technique for porous orbital implant exposure: long-term outcome
This year we are providing ten viewing screens at the meeting located throughout the exhibition and catering area on Forum Level 0 as well as providing access via the website for those delegates who have purchased meeting tickets this year. ePosters authors to make themselves available for questions during an allotted break or lunch time. Please refer to the column to the right and note your screen number and the time you have been allocated to be at your screen (if you have two ePosters we have tried to group these together so you have a follow on time).
Session 1 – Thursday 11.25 – 11.40
Session 2 – Thursday 13.00 – 13.15
Session 3 – Thursday 13.15 – 13.30
Session 4 – Thursday 15.15 – 15.30
Session 5 – Friday 10.45 – 11.00
Session 6 – Friday 11.00 – 11.15
Session 7 – Friday 13.40 – 13.55
Session 8 – Friday 13.55 -14.10