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ISA Symposium 2

Developmental Disorders of Ocular Motility

Moderators: Frank J. Martin, MD & Tsuranu Yokoyama, MD

2:30–2:42 PM
Current Perspectives of CCDD
Elias I. Traboulsi, MD, MEd

2:42–2:54 PM
CFEOM – Pearls for Management
Arif O. Khan, MD

2:54–3:06 PM
Treatment Guidelines in Typical Forms of Duane Syndrome
Gillian G.W. Adams, MD

3:06–3:18 PM
What to Do in Atypical Duane Syndrome
Seyhan B. Ozkan, MD

3:18–3:30 PM
Brown Syndrome – When to Do Surgery and What to Do
David A. Plager, MD

3:30–3:42 PM
Monocular Elevation Deficiency
Subhash Dadeya, MD

3:42–4:00 PM
Question and Answer Session

Purpose/Relevance:  These unusual disorders of ocular motility are difficult to manage and the purpose is to update knowledge of the participants. The spectrum eye movment pathology of CCDD is evolving as is the management. Other known ocular motility patterns including Duane Syndrome, Brown Syndrome, and monocular elevation deficiency will be discussed in terms of management

Target Audience:  Pediatric ophthalmologists, comprehensive ophthalmologists and strabismus specialists.

Current Practice:  These are relatively uncommon disorders so discussing patterns of disease can make their recognition easier. Discussion of the management problems can improve the outcome for these children and adults affected with these conditions.

Best Practice:  Performing correct diagnosis of the CCDDs. Performing the right surgery for each of the discussed disorders

Expected Outcomes:  Improved understanding of the genetic basis of these conditions, the need for testing, as well as the best available surgical approaches.

Format:  Panel of speakers with panel discussion after each talk.

Summary:  The current types of disorders classified as CCDD.
Surgical approaches to CFEOM, Duane Syndrome, Brown Syndrome, and Monocular elevation deficiency will be described and discussed.

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March 19 @ 14:30


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International Ballroom Center

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