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Sailing towards the future of ophthalmology - WOC 2022 academic journey is about to set sail

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Sailing towards the future of ophthalmology - WOC 2022 academic journey is about to set sail

Editor's note The 38th World Ophthalmology Congress (WOC 2022) will be online soon! At this exciting time, we can't help but think of a few questions, which of the world's leading ophthalmologists will we have the opportunity to communicate with at this unique and immersive virtual gathering? What areas of ophthalmology does the conference cover? What exciting academic programs are coming up? Don't worry, let us slowly unveil the mystery of WOC 2022 and reveal the highlights of the conference one by one. Dr. Neeru Gupta, President of the International Ophthalmology Council Dr. Ivo Kocur, Co-Chairman of the WOC 2022 Academic Committee Professor Yao Ke, CEO of the International Ophthalmology Council, Co-Chairman of the WOC 2022 Academic Committee Professor Wang Ningli, Chairman of the Chinese Medical Association Ophthalmology Branch Co-Chairman of the WOC 2022 Academic Committee Asia Pacific Dr. Marie-José Tassignon, President of the Ophthalmology Society, Co-Chairman of the WOC 2022 Academic Committee Welcome to the WOC 2022 virtual world - the Bureau sends a warm invitation to you Dr. Neeru Gupta and the four Co-Chairmen of the Academic Committee Dr. Ivo Kocur, Prof. Yao Ke, Prof. Wang Ningli , Dr. Marie-José Tassignon sends a warm invitation to ophthalmologists worldwide: We are very pleased to invite you to the upcoming WOC 2022 virtual conference, which will be held online from September 9 to 12, 2022. This conference will present you with the latest developments in the entire field of ophthalmology, where you will embark on an unforgettable personalised learning journey. You can learn from the world's top experts at the conference, network with other ophthalmologists, visit virtual presentations, and review the content of the WOC 2022 conference within 6 months after the conference. I look forward to having a good time with you online. ! Abundant themes for you to choose - WOC 2022 wonderful preview WOC 2022 is rich in content. The conference format is mainly divided into Invited Session, ICO Member Society Session, Free Papers Session and On-Demand, covering cataract and lens surgery, corneal and external eye diseases, glaucoma , Orbital, Ophthalmoplasty and Lacrimal Diseases, Retinal, Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, Refractive Surgery and other 21 academic topics, some exciting contents are listed for everyone to have a sneak peek (the time in the schedule is Central European Summer Time): time and Path: September 9, 11:00-12:00 Track 2 Theme: Open Angle Glaucomas: classic and new concepts Open Angle Glaucoma: Update on pathophysiology of POAG. Artificial Intelligence for the diagnosis of glaucoma. Update on OCT to diagnose and assess glaucoma progression. When do we start glaucoma treatment: new concepts for pre-perimetric glaucoma? A new concept in previsual field glaucoma? Aqueous humor regulation-21 century new concept Aqueous humor regulation-21 century new concept time and path: September 9, 13:30-14:30 Track 3 conference theme: Latest Developments in Retinal DiseasesThe latest progress in retinal diseases Topic: Longer duration treatments in AMDAMDLonger duration treatments in Diabetic Macular EdemaComing up management options in Geographic atrophyAddressing the safety issues with long duration treatmentsFunctional and morphological methods for monitoring patients on long interval treatments Emerging therapies for Stargardt disease Topic: Retinal Vein Occlusion-Instruction Course Retinal Vein Occlusion-Instruction Course Topic: The Top 5 findings from the SCORE2 Study SCORE2 Study Repurposing existing pharmacotherapy: Systemic treatment for RVO Repurposing existing pharmacotherapy: Systemic treatment for RVO Treatment Lessons learned from arteriovenous sheathotomy for BRVO Lessons learned from radial optic neurotomy for CRVO Lessons learned from radial optic neurotomy for CRVO Time and path: September 11, 21:00- 22:00 Track 3: General session: Lacrimal and Oncology Lacrimal and Oncology Lecture topic: Lacrimal surgery: what works and what doesn't work Lacrimal surgery: what works and what doesn't work? The role of CT Dacryocystography in every day practiceManagement of acute dacryocystitis in the pediatric populationResearch update on conjunctival melanoma based on chinese patients Advances in Digital pathology and artificial intelligence in ophthalmic oncology Digital pathology and artificial intelligence in ophthalmic oncology Time and path: September 12, 18:30-19:30 Track 2 conference theme: Controversies in Ocular & Adnexal Trauma Topic on Controversial Issues in Organ Injury: Lens Injury in open globe injuries-primary vs secondary management Damage Control Ophthalmology-How far should we go Damage Control Ophthalmology- How far should we go 2022 is about to kick off, and we look forward to embarking on this personalized academic journey with you!

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