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  C-26-10   
Monday, September 26, 2005
14:00 - 16:00
C-26-10  Management of Scleral Disease

Chair
Watson P. G. (Cambridge)

Tutors
Zierhut M. (Tübingen)
Bernauer W. (Meilen)

Registration fee: 120 € / 170 €
No. of Participants: min. 20 / max. 80
Venue: Room Sydney (Messe)

 

Scleritis is a relatively uncommon disease but failure to diagnose the disease early in its course can make it both difficult to treat and can result in rapid loss of vision. However it is equally unacceptable to give intensive treatment with potentially toxic medication for a benign condition.

This course will show that it is possible to determine very early in the disease process what treatment is required. The clinical diagnosis together with the new imaging techniques used to confirm the diagnosis will be discussed in detail. The course will also consider the complications the differential diagnosis and the pathology of scleraldisease together with the current methods of treatment.

 

14:00 C-26-10.01 The Clinical Manifestations of Scleral Disease
Watson P. G. 
Cambridge, United Kingdom


14:15 C-26.10.02 Ocular Complications of Scleral Disease
Zierhut M. 
Universitäts-Augenklinik Tübingen


14:30 C-26-10.03 Associated Systemic Disease anc Scleritis
Bernauer W., Zurich, Switzerland

14:45 C-26-10.04 Investigations and Imaging in Scleral Disease
Watson P. G. 
Cambridge, United Kingdom


15:00 C-26-10.05 Pathology of Scleral Disease
Bernauer W., Zurich, Switzerland

15:15 C-26-10.06 Differential Diagnosis of Scleral Disease
Zierhut M. 
Universitäts-Augenklinik Tübingen


15:30 C-26-10.07 Treatment of Episcleritis and Scleritis
Watson P. G. 
Cambridge, United Kingdom