28th Annual CULLEN COURSE CLINICAL ADVANCESIN OPHTHALMOLOGY February 22-23, 2013 The Houstonian Hotel, Houston, Texas Baylor College of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology Presented by Sponsored by
NeedsContinued progress in the basic and clinical sciences, therapeutics, technology, and surgical techniquesis leading to increased understanding of eye disorders and improved diagnosis and management. Thepurpose of this course is to update practicing ophthalmologists and ophthalmologists in training on thelatest, clinically-relevant advances in the field and to provide useful, evidence-based information on thediagnosis and treatment of ophthalmic disorders.Target AudiencePracticing ophthalmologists and ophthalmologists in training.ObjectivesAt the conclusion of the activity, participants should be able to:• Use intraocular lens (IOL) calculations and biometric data to improve refractive outcomes in patients undergoing cataract surgery.• Assess the benefits and risks of surgical interventions for the treatment of patients with glaucoma.• Diagnose the underlying cause of vision impairment in pediatric patients and manage appropriately.• Apply evidence-based approaches in diagnosing and managing ocular surface disease.• Apply anti-VEGF therapy to manage retinal conditions unrelated to age-related macular degeneration (AM).• Select and implement oculoplastic surgical procedures that can be safely performed in an office-based setting.• Identify patients at risk for cataract surgery complications and imple- ment anticipatory management strategies to minimize adverse effects and improve outcomes.• Apply neuroimaging and accurately interpret results in diagnosing and managing neuro-ophthalmologic diseases / disorders.Educational MethodsLectures, Case Presentations, Point / Counterpoint Presentations, Question and Answer Sessions.EvaluationEvaluation by questionnaire will address program content, presentation, and possible bias.Accreditation/Credit DesignationBaylor College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.Baylor College of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 12.0 AMA PRA Category 1Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation inthe activity.The presentation, Premium IOLs, FEMTO, and Informing Patients has been designated by BaylorCollege of Medicine for 1.0 credit of education in medical ethics and/or professional responsibility.NoticesIn order to meet the requirements of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education,it is the policy of Baylor College of Medicine that all individuals who are in a position to control thecontent of the CME activity (activity director, planning committee members, and faculty) discloserelevant financial relationships with commercial interests. All identified conflicts of interest aremanaged to help ensure that the educational material is scientifically based, accurate, current andobjectively presented. Specific disclosure will be made to the participants prior to the educationalactivity.Audio or videotaping is prohibited without written permission from the Activity Director and theOffice of Continuing Medical Education, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas.Faculty, topics, program schedule, and credits are subject to change.
Planning Committee Mitchell P. Weikert, MD, MS Douglas D. Koch, MD Activity Director Activity Director Assistant Professor Professor of Ophthalmology The Allen, Mosbacher, and Law of Ophthalmology Chair of Ophthalmology Petros E. Carvounis, MD David K. Coats, MD Rod Foroozan, MD l l Ronald L. Gross MD Dan B. Jones, MD Douglas P. Marx, MD l l David Paton Medal Lecturer Edward J. Holland, MD Director of Cornea Services, Cincinnati Eye Institute Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Ethics Lecturer John D. Banja, PhD Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Medical Ethicist, Center for Ethics Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia Baylor College of Medicine Course FacultyMilton Boniuk, MD Dan B. Jones, MDProfessor of Ophthalmology Sid W. Richardson ProfessorThe Caroline F. Elles Chair Distinguished Service Professorof Ophthalmology and Margarett Root Brown Chair of OphthalmologyPetros E. Carvounis, MD, BMBChAssistant Professor of Ophthalmology Douglas P. Marx, MDPeter T. Chang, MD Assistant Professor of OphthalmologyAssistant Professor of Ophthalmology Alice Y. Matoba, MDYvonne I. Chu, MD, MBA Associate Professor of OphthalmologyAssociate Professor of Ophthalmology Silvia Orengo-Nania, MDDavid K. Coats, MD Professor of OphthalmologyProfessor of Ophthalmology Evelyn A. Paysse, MDRobert E. Coffee III, MD Professor of OphthalmologyAssistant Professor of Ophthalmology Stephen C. Pflugfelder, MDJane C. Edmond, MD Professor of OphthalmologyAssociate Professor of Ophthalmology The James and Margaret Elkins ChairRod Foroozan, MD of OphthalmologyAssociate Professor of Ophthalmology Debra R. Shetlar, MDBenjamin J. Frankfort, MD, PhD Associate Professor of OphthalmologyAssistant Professor of Ophthalmology Paul G. Steinkuller, MDRonald L. Gross, MD Associate Professor of OphthalmologyProfessor of OphthalmologyClifton R. McMichael Chair Kimberly G. Yen, MDof Ophthalmology Associate Professor of OphthalmologyM. Bowes Hamill, MD Michael T. Yen, MDAssociate Professor of Ophthalmology Associate Professor of OphthalmologyMohammed Hussein, MD Elizabeth Yeu-Lin, MDAssistant Professor of Ophthalmology Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology Activity Coordinators Robin Caldwell | David Madrigal | Melissa Doyle
Friday, February 22, 20137:15 AM Registration & Continental Breakfast8:00 WelcomePEDIATRIC OPHTHALMOLOGY & GENETICS | Moderator: David K. Coats, MD Crash Course in Pediatric Ophthalmology: 8:10 Treatment of Accommodative Esotropia K. Yen, MD 8:20 Should I or Shoudn’t I Prescribe Glasses? P. Steinkuller, MD 8:30 Treatment of Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction - Choices, Choices... D. Coats, MD8:40 Intermittent Exotropia - Enough is Enough! Deciding When & How to Treat E. Paysse, MD 8:50 Pediatric Eye Disorders with Serious Systematic Implications: Conditions You Don’t Want to Miss M. Hussein, MD Insomnia: The Patients That Keep Us Awake At Night9:00 Amblyopia Treatment Isn’t Working - Is My Diagnosis Wrong? D. Coats, MD 9:10 Divergence Insufficiency - When Is a Neurological Work-Up Indicated? E. Paysse, MD 9:20 Juvenile Idiopathic Uveitis - What I Do When I Can’t Get the Child Off of Topical Steroids K. Yen, MD9:30 Should I have Admitted the Child to the Hospital? M. Hussein, MD9:40 The Patient or Their Parents Are Very Upset With Me - How Do I Handle It? P. Steinkuller, MD 9:50 Question & Answer Session10:00 Health Break OCULOPLASTICS | Moderator: Douglas Marx, MD10:30 Getting Started With Office-Based Occuloplastic Surgery M. Yen, MD10:40 Advances In Orbital Venolymphatic Malformation Management D. Marx, MD10:50 TBD D. Shetlar, MD11:00 Botulinum Toxins - There’s More Than Just One M. Yen, MD11:10 Current Trends in Orbital Fracture Repair D. Marx, MD11:20 Diagnostic & Therapeutic Challenges In Oculoplastic Surgery M. Boniuk, MD11:50 Question & Answer Session12:00 PM Lunch1:00 Ethics Lecture: Premium IOLs, FEMTO, & Informing Patients J. Banja, PhD2:00 Health BreakGLAUCOMA & NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY | Moderator: Ronald L. Gross, MD Back to the Basics - Clinical Pearls2:20 Visual Fields Faculty2:35 Intraocular Pressure Faculty2:50 Gonioscopy Faculty3:05 Optic Nerve Examination Faculty Other Topics of Interest:3:20 Neuro-Ophthalmic Visual Field Primer R. Foroozan, MD3:30 Intracranial Pressure & Glaucoma B. Frankfort, MD, PhD3:40 Update on OCT for Glaucoma Y. Chu, MD3:50 MIGS: A Soviet Fighter or New Glaucoma Surgery? P. Chang, MD4:00 Glaucoma Screening R. Gross, MD4:10 Question & Answer Session4:20 Adjourn
Saturday, February 23, 20137:00 AM Continental BreakfastCATARACT / REFRACTIVE | Moderator: Douglas D. Koch, MD Everything You Always Wanted to Know About IOLs (& Maybe More): Properties & Performance8:00 Welcome 8:10 Materials & Designs M.B. Hamill, MD8:20 Toric IOLs D. Koch, MD8:30 Presbyopia-Correcting IOLs E. Yeu-Lin, MD Exchanging & Suturing8:40 Anterior Chamber D. Koch, MD8:45 Iris Fixation M.B. Hamill, MD8:50 Scleral Fixation S. Pflugfelder, MD8:55 Rings & Segments M. Weikert, MD 9:00 Gluing E. Yeu-Lin, MD9:10 Femtosecond Lasers: A Shopper’s Guide M. Weikert, MD9:20 Problem Solving Cases - Panel & Audience Discussion D. Koch, MD IOL Calculations & RK LASIK, PRK, or Walk Away?10:00 Health BreakRETINA | Moderator: Petros Carvounis, MD, BMBCh10:40 Nutriceuticals & the Retina: What Every Doctor Needs to Know R. Coffee, MD10:50 Treatment of Macular Edema Associated With Central Retinal Vein Occlusion P. Carvounis, MD, BMBCh11:00 Advances in Macular Surgery R. Coffee, MD11:10 Neovascular Age-Related Macular Degeneration: What the Comprehensive Ophthalmologist Needs to Know P. Carvounis, MD, BMBCh11:20 Interesting Retina Cases for Comprehensive Ophthalmologists Faculty11:50 Question and Answer Session12:00 PM LunchPATON MEDAL LECTURE1:00 Introduction D. Jones, MD Advances in the Management of Severe Ocular Surface Disease E. Holland, MD 2:00 Health BreakCORNEA | Moderator: Dan B. Jones, MD Meibomian Gland Disease2:20 How to Make the Diagnosis S. Pflugfelder, MD2:40 MGD-Related Keratitis D. Jones, MD2:50 Current Treatment Recommendations S. Pflugfelder, MD3:00 Questions & Discussion Faculty3:05 Keratitis & Scleritis - Let’s Put the Experts in the Hotseat! A. Matoba, MD Current Indications & Contraindications for Corneal Surgery3:25 Limbal Stem Cell Transplant / PROSE S. Pflugfelder, MD 3:33 Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty A. Matoba, MD3:41 Penetrating Keratoplasty M. Weikert, MD3:49 DSAEK E. Yeu-Lin, MD3:58 DMEK M.B. Hamill, MD4:06 Question & Answer Session4:20 Adjourn
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28th Annual CULLEN COURSE CLINICAL ADVANCESIN OPHTHALMOLOGYFriday and Saturday, February 22-23, 2013REGISTRATION FORM(Please print clearly)Name: Degree: Please check if: ❑ Resident ❑ Fellow Affiliation:Address:City: State: Zip:Phone: Fax:Email:Specialty:Professional License (No./State):Emergency Contact/Phone No.: Registration Fees ❑ Physician (full conference) $650❑ Physician (one day) $450 ❑ BOAA Member $550 ❑ BCM Faculty/Full-time $375 ❑ Non-BCM Resident/Fellow $370 ❑ Nurses and Technicians $200❑ Other Healthcare Professional $450❑ Retired Physician $200 In order to minimize the environmental impact of the Cullen Course, all registrants will receive theconference syllabus on a USB thumb drive. A limited number of printed syllabi will be available bypre-conference reserve request on a first-come, first-served basis. To reserve a printed book, pleasecall 713.798.5143.Method of Payment (Your registration must be PREPAID)❑ Check or money order (in U.S. funds) made payable to: Baylor College of Medicine ® ®❑ Visa ❑ MasterCard ❑ Discover ❑ Amex $ ® ® Total amount enclosedCard No. Exp. Date:Name on the Card:Authorized Signature:Register online at BaylorCME.org/CME/1468 .With credit card payment, you may fax completed registration form to 713.798.7955.Return completed form and check by mail to: Baylor College of Medicine Office of CME (1468) P.O. Box 4708 Special Requests: Contact BCM OCME if you have any dietary needs (specify below) or any Houston, Texas 77210-4708 ADA accommodation needs. FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY CK CC LB Cash Date: Amount: