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Skills Transfer Program November 9 - 12 Secretary for Annual Meeting H. Dunbar Hoskins Jr., MD Associate Secretary for Skills Transfer Donald S. Minckler, MD Skills Transfer Advisory Committee Penny A. Asbell, MD Elaine L. Chuang, MD Miles H. Friedlander, MD Thomas D. Lindquist, MD, PhD Travis A. Meredith, MD Carl V. Migliazzo, MD Darrell E. Wolfley, MD Courses will begin Monday at 2:00pm and end Thursday at 5:30pm. Index of Skills Transfer Courses Automated Perimetry .... 175 Cataract ............ •. 175 Computer ..• ......... 176 Contact Lens .......... 177 Cornea .......... .... 177 Diabetic Retinopathy •.•. 179 Glaucoma ............ 179 Lasers ........... ••.. 180 Slit Lamp •..• ...... 180 Binocular Indirect ...• 180 Transscleral •• ....... 181 Glaucoma Basic ..... 182 Macular Disease ...... 182 Technical Skills ........ 183 Venous Occlusive ...... 183 173

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Skills Transfer Program November 9 - 12

Secretary for Annual Meeting

H. Dunbar Hoskins Jr., MD

Associate Secretary for Skills Transfer

Donald S. Minckler, MD

Skills Transfer Advisory Committee

Penny A. Asbell, MD Elaine L. Chuang, MD

Miles H. Friedlander, MD Thomas D. Lindquist, MD, PhD Travis A. Meredith, MD Carl V. Migliazzo, MD

Darrell E. Wolfley, MD

Courses will begin Monday at 2:00pm and end Thursday at 5:30pm.

Index of Skills Transfer Courses

Automated Perimetry .... 175

Cataract ............•. 175

Computer ..•......... 1 76

Contact Lens .......... 1 77

Cornea ..........•.... 177

Diabetic Retinopathy •.•. 179

Glaucoma ............ 179

Lasers ...........••.. 180

Slit Lamp •..•......• 180

Binocular Indirect ...• 180

Transscleral ••....... 181

Glaucoma Basic ..... 182

Macular Disease •...... 182

Technical Skills ........ 183

Venous Occlusive ...... 183

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SKILLS TRANSFER COURSE CONTRIBUTORS

The Academy gratefully acknowledges the following companies that have provided equipment and/or supplies in support of the Instruction Course Program:

Cataract Skills Transfer Course

3M Company

Alcon Surgical, Inc.

Allergan Medical Optics

Baxter Convertors/Custom Sterile

Becton Dickinson AcuteCare

Chiron lntraOptics, Inc.

Innovative Medical Systems, Inc.

IOLAB Corporation

Kabi Pharmacia Ophthalmics Inc.

Optical Micro Systems, Inc.

Cornea Skills Transfer Course

Alcon Surgical, Inc.

Baxter Convertors/Custom Sterile

Becton Dickinson AcuteCare

Chiron lntraOptics, Inc.

D.G.H. Technology, Inc.

Ethicon, Inc.

Eye Technology

JedMed Instrument Company

Kabi Pharmacia Ophthalmics Inc.

K.M.I., Inc.

Metico Instruments

Nidek, Inc.

Glaucoma Skills Transfer Course

Baxter Convertors/Custom Sterile

Becton Dickinson AcuteCare, Beaver Products

E. Benson Hood Laboratories, Inc.

Ethicon, Inc.

Laser Skills Transfer Course

Alcon Surgical, Inc.

Coherent, Inc.

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Grieshaber & Company

lOP, Inc.

Mira, Inc.

Nikon Inc. Instrument Group

HGM Medical Laser Systems

Humphrey Instruments, Inc.

Regent Hospital Products

ST MR Surgical Company

Storz Instrument Company

Visitec Co.

Carl Zeiss, Inc.

Regent Hospital Products

Storz Instrument Company

Visitec Co.

Week Ophthalmics by Xomed -Treace

Carl Zeiss, Inc.

Regent Hospital Products

Storz Instrument Company

Week Ophthalmics by Xomed -Treace

IRIS Medical Instruments, Inc.

Nidek, Inc.

SL T, Surgical Laser Technologies

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SKILLS TRANSFER COURSES

These hands-on courses offer intensive training in surgical and diagnostic techniques, with direct supervision and a low student-to­instructor ratio. Due to their unique nature, special admittance restrictions apply and special fees are charged. *For each cowse marked with an asterisk, several sessio!W will be offered. These lleSSio!W are identical in content; they differ only in days and/or periods of presentation.

AUTOMATED PERIMETRY

Prerequisite Didactic: HL-124 Monday

Periods 4 through 5 2:00-4:15 PM

Automated Perimetry- Its Interpretation See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees.

HANDS-ON • Practical Automated Perimetry: Its Interpretation Course Director: Gordon R Douglas, MD The goal of these seminars (an extension of Course Hl-124) is to increase a clinician's knowledge in interpreting automated peri­metry results. Using Humphrey and Octopus examples, pre­selected cases are discussed with expert faculty in a 1-to-5 teaching ratio. A supplemental set of stereo-photographs and Humphreyfields will be offered to augment disc-field correlations. Registrants are encouraged to bring visual fields from their own practices. jointlY. sporwored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Comm1ttee and the American Glaucoma Sodety. Lim­ited to 30 partidpants per session. (lnt, Adv) Limited to:

Fee: $200

Member and Non-Member Physidans only

Information Specific to Each Session H0-229 Tuesday

Periods 1 through 2 Room:W106 8:30- 10:45 AM

Andrew G lwach, MD, San Francisco, CA; Fred Feldman, MD, Toronto, ON, Canada; Eric Berman, MD, Rochester, NY; R Blair Evans, MD, Seattle, WA; Charles Henry, MD, Little Rock, AR; jeff Schultz, MD, Bronx. NY H0-353 Room:W106

Tuesday Periods 5 through 6

3:15- 5:30 PM Jody Piltz, MD, Philadelphia, PA; Michael S Berlin, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Jacqueline Littzi, MD, Boston, MA; Karanjit Kooner, MD, Dallas, TX; David A Lee, MD, los Angeles, CA; Marc F Lieberman, MD, San Francisco, CA H0-428 Room:W106

Wednesday Periods 1 through 2

8:30- 10:45 AM Jacob T Wilensky, MD, Chicago, ll; Robert Ritch, MD, New York, NY; Eve J Higginbotham, MD, Ann Arbor, Ml; Mark B Sherwood, MD, Gainesville, Fl; David E Silverstone, MD, New Haven, CT; Richard P Wilson, MD, Philadelphia, PA

H0-553 Room:W106

Wednesday Periods 5 through 6

3:15-5:30PM Mike Motolko, MD, Toronto, ON, Canada; Martha M Wright, MD, Minneapolis, MN; Charles Lederer, MD, Kansas City, MO; janet B Serle, MD. New York. NY: Dale Oates. MD, Newton, MD; Murray A

H0-631 Thursday Room: W1 06 Periods 1 through 2

8:30- 10:45 AM M Angela Vela-Thomas, MD, Atlanta, GA; l Jay Katz, MD, Philadelphia, PA; Kathleen A Lamping, MD, South Euclid, OH; Deen King, MD, Tampa, FL; William Argus, MD, Fort Wayne, IN; Howard S Barnebey, MD, Seattle, WA

CAfAI{ACT Prerequisite Didactic: HL-135

Phacoemulsification

Monday Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM

See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees.

HANDS-ON • Phacoemulsification Course Director: Guy E Knolle }r, MD This course will provide three hours of hands-on phacoemulsifica­tion involving detailed instruction on the three skills of phacoemulsification: incision and closure, capsulectomy, and nucleus removal. Experienced phacoemulsification surgeons will directly supervise each participant to maximize knowledge and understanding. jointly sporwored by the Academy's Skills Trans­fer Advisory Committee and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery. Limited to 40 partidpants per session. (Bas) Limited to: Member and Non-Member

Physidans only Fee: $525

Information SpecifiC to Each Session H0-240 Room: West Ballroom C

Tuesday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

Stephen H Johnson, MD, Newport Beach, CA; D Michael Colvard, MD, Van Nuys, CA; Scott A Dunn, MD, Van Nuys, CA; leif M Hertzog, MD, long Beach, CA; Michael E lieppman, MD, long Beach, CA; joseph S Goetz, MD, los Angeles, CA; Edwin P Hill, MD, Beverly Hills, CA; Donald N Serafano, MD, long Beach, CA

H0-338 Room: West Ballroom C

Tuesday Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM Donald E Dickerson, MD, Santa Monica, CA; John E Gilmore, MD, Santa Monica, CA; Jay Gross, MD, Santa Monica, CA; Richard Hulquist. MD, Santa Monica, CA; Edwin P Hill, MD, Beverly Hills, CA; john Darin, MD, Westlake Village, CA; Albert Milauskas, MD, Rancho Mirage, CA; Michael Farley, MD, Newport Beach, CA; James Shuler, MD, Bakersfield, CA; David Eifrig, MD, Chapel Hill, NC; Nancy S Wang, MD, Santa Monica, CA

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SKILLS TRANSFER COURSES

CATARACT, continued

Wednesday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

Howard V Gimbel, MD, Calgary, AB, Canada; Jay I Lippman, MD, New York, NY; Harry B Grabow, MD, Sarasota, FL; John R Shepherd, MD,

H0-439 Room: Wefl. Ballroom C

Las Vegas, NV; Stephen F Brint, MD, New Orleans, LA; jack A Singer, MD, Randolph, Vf; Peter J Utrata, MD, Columbus, OH; Marc A Michelson, MD, Birmingham, AL; Charles T Post Jr, MD, Plymouth, MA; Morley R Kutzner, MD, Edmonton, AB, Canada; Jim McNeill, MD, Loma Linda, CA; Philippe CCrozafon, MD, Nice, France; Helgi Heidar, MD, Chehalis, WA; W Andrew Lyle, MD, Salt Lake City, UT H0-539 Wednesday Room: West Ballroom C Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM Paul L Wright, MD, Rapid City, SO; Hal Balyeat, MD, Oklahoma City, OK; Zeb L Brister jr, MD, Tulsa, OK; Robert J Cionni, MD, Cincinnati, OH; Alan S Crandall, MD, Salt Lake City, UT; Stephen S Lane, MD, St Paul, MN; Robert P Liss, MD, West Chester, PA; Samuel Masket, MD, Canoga Park, CA; Robert H Osher, MD, Cincinnati, OH; S Gregory Smith, MD, Wilmington, DE; Lloyd Taustine, MD, Louisville, KY; Paul J Wasson, MD, Weymouth, MA H0-641 Room: West Ballroom C

Thursday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM - 12 Noon

Paul S Koch, MD, Warwick, Rl; David M Dillman, MD, Danville, ll; George E Fava, MD, Lebanon, PA; Robert E Kellan, MD, Methuen, MA; I Howard Fine, MD, Eugene, OR; James A Davison, MD, Marshalltown, lA; Alan W Solway, MD, Livonia, Ml; WilliamJ Fish kind, MD, Tucson, AZ; Alan S Crandall, MD, Salt Lake City, UT; Robert P Lehmann, MD, Nacogdoches, TX; Richard G Livernois, MD, Newport Beach, CA; Carol F Boerner, MD, Brookline, MA

H0-736 Thursday Room: West Ballroom C Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM Richard L Lindstrom, MD, Minneapolis, MN; StephenS Lane, MD, St Paul, MN; Thomas 0 Lindquist, MD, PhD, Seattle, WA; jonathan B Rubenstein, MD, Chicago, IL; Edward J Holland, MD, Minneapolis, MN; Samuel Masket, MD, West Hills, CA; Robert H Osher, MD, Cincinnati, OH; Steven Jay Lichtenstein, MD, Louisville, KY; Perry S Binder, MD, La Jolla, CA; Brad Pazandak, MD, Dallas, TX; Douglas 0 Koch, MD, Houston, TX; Peter J Agapitos, MD, Ottawa, ON, Canada

COMPUTER

HANDS-ON

Course Director: Gerald E Meltzer, MD

Fee: $225

Course Listings H0-131 Room:W117

Monday Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM Using Your Computer to Access the World of Online Information (Instructors to be determined.) Medii neT"', Compuserve™, Dow Jones™ and Prodigy™ are just four examples of the many commercially available databases that contain information that can be very helpful to ophthalmologists' daily practice. This skills transfer course will teach participants how to effectively use these databases. Limited to 20 participants. (Bas, lnt)

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Tuesday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

Computerizing the Ophthalmic OffiCe -Introduction Gerald E Meltzer, MD, Denver, CO; Robert Drews, MD, Clayton, MO; Gary Jaffe, MD, Miami, FL; Nick Mathe, Folsom, CA; Janice K Finfrock, Englewood, CO

H0-236 Room:W117

This skills transfer course will teach novice computer users to effectively use Quicken™ to manage their accounts payable and to produce a monthly profit and loss statement, Microsoft Works Spreadsheet™ to produce practice ratios for better practice man­agement and Harvard Graphics TM to prepare a slide presentation. Limited to 20 participants. (Bas) H0-335 Room:W117

Tuesday Periods 4 through 6

2:00 - 5:30 PM Computerizing the Ophthalmic Office -Advanced Gerald E Meltzer, MD, Denver, CO; james Denning, MD, Duncanville, TX; David Hoehne, Muncie, IN; Nick Mathe, Folsom, CA This skills transfer course will teach those with some background in using programs like lotus 1-2-3™ how to use spreadsheets to effectively manage the health of their practice on a day-to-day basis. lnduded will be a discussion of statistical analysis, graph­ing, cash flow management, and advanced accounting analysis. Limited to 20 participants.

· (Adv)

H0-436 Room:W117

Wednesday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

Using Specialized Ophthalmic Application Software Gerald E Meltzer, MD, Denver, CO; Alan Mandel berg, MD, Hollywood, CA; William Borover, Chula Vista, CA; David Hoehne, Muncie, IN; Nick Mathe, Folsom, CA This skills transfer course will teach participants to effectively use several specific ophthalmic software packages designed to man­age contact lens inventory and fitting, optical shop management, ambulatory surgery management, and intraocular lens calcula­tions. Limited to 20 participants. (lnt) H0-536 Room:W117

Computerizing Your Medical Records

Wednesday Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM

Robert Drews, MD, Clayton, MO; Richard H Keates, MD, Irvine, CA; Philip Lempert, MD, Ithaca, NY; Gerald E Meltzer, MD, Denver, CO; David E Silverstone, MD, New Haven, CT; Stuart Rusnik, MD, Honolulu, HI; John T Thompson, MD, New Haven, CT This skills transfer course will teach participants the basics of medical record computerization. Using commercially available software programs such as Doctor Smartkey™, Soap™, Microsoft Word™ and Ivy™, users will learn how to go about setting up a medical record program in their office as well as the true cost, advantages and disadvantages of computerizing their medical records. Limited to 20 participants. (Bas)

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COMPUTER, continued H0-638 Room:W117

Computer Graphics Workshop (Instructors to be determined.)

Thursday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

This skills transfer course will teach participants the effective use of programs such as Harvard Graphics ™, Powerpointr"' and Aldus Persuasion™ to create teaching slides and journal illustrations. Special emphasis will be given to techniques that increase effec­tiveness and darity of your graphical presentations. Limited to 20 participants. (Bas, lnt)

CONTACT lENS Limited to:

Fee: $225

H0-128 Room:W104

Member and Non-Member Physicians and Health Professionals only

Monday Periods 4 through 6

2:00 - 5:30 PM Contact Lens Fitting for the Practicing Ophthalmologist Course Co-Directors: Melvin I Freeman, MD; and Peter C Donshik,MD Melvin I Freeman, MD, Seattle, WA; Peter C Donshik. MD, West Hartford, CT; Penny A Asbell, MD, New York. NY; james E Key II, MD, Houston, TX: Richard G Lembach, MD, Columbus, OH; Thomas D Lindquist, MD, PhD, Seattle, WA; Daniel J Sigband, MD, Huntington Beach, CA; Harold A Stein, MD, Toronto, ON, Canada

This course is designed for the ophthalmologist who desires to add or expand oontact lens fitting in their practice. Recognition of suitable candidates; appropriate lens selection; basic soft, RGP, toric and bifocal lens fitting; patient education; and practice management will be taught. Small group video workshops will illustrate fitting techniques. Jointly sponsored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Committee and the Contact Lens Asso­ciation of Ophthalmologists. Limited to 80 participants. (Bas, lnt)

CORNEA Limited to:

Fee: $425

HANDS-ON

H0-129 Room: West Ballroom D

Member and Non-Member Physicians only

Monday Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM Radial and Astigmatic Keratotomy Course Director. Jeffrey B Robin, MD Jeffrey B Robin, MD, Hoffman Estates, IL; Penny A Asbell, MD, New York. NY; Perry S Binder, MD, La Jolla, CA; J Charles Casebeer, MD, Flagstaff, AZ; Kurt A Buzard, MD, Las Vegas, NV; Randy J Epstein, MD, Highland Park. IL; Richard L Lindstrom, MD, Minneapolis, MN; Marguerite B McDonald, MD, New Orleans, LA; Larry F Rich, MD, Portland, OR; Steven B Robin, MD, Chicago, IL; jonathan B Rubenstein, MD, Chicago, IL; james J Salz, MD, Los Angeles, CA; George 0 Waring Ill, MD, Atlanta, GA; Theodore P Werblin, MD, Princeton, WV

This three-hour laboratory oourse will provide basic didactic and hands-on experience in radial and astigmatic keratotomy. Areas

SKILLS TRANSFER COURSES

to be covered include patient selection, contraindications, role of topography, American technique, Russian technique, surgical planning, instrumentation, astigmatism, and anticipation and management of complications. Jointly spon10red by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Committee and the Interna­tional Society of Refractive Keratoplasty. Limited to 25 partici­pants. (Bas, lnt) H0-235 Room: West Ballroom D

Radial Keratotomy Workshop

Tuesday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

Course Co-Directors: Richard A Villasenor, MD, and Casimir A Swinger, MD Richard A Villasenor, MD, Mission Hills, CA; Richard Elander, MD, Santa Monica, CA; Larry F Rich, MD, Portland, OR; Delaware Harris, MD, Sun Valley; Darcy Domingues, MD, Mission Hills, CA; Barry Breaux, MD, San Pablo, CA; Michael Buchbinder, MD, Downey, CA; Alberto Chacon, Bogota, Colombia; Barbara Barker, MD, New York, NY; Ernest W Kornmehl, MD, Boston, MA; Sandra A Belmont, MD, New York. NY; Penny A Asbell, MD, New York. NY; James J Salz, MD, Los Angeles, CA This three-hour laboratory oourse will teach basic theory and radial keratotomy techniques and will include: patient selection, indications, oontraindications, instruments, techniques, and post­operative care and complications. Jointly sponsored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Committee and the Interna­tional Society of Refractive Keratoplasty. Umited to 25 partici­pants. (Bas)

Prerequisite Didactic for Micros~ical Kerataplasty (Course H0-333): HL-134

Clinical Keratoplasty Technique

Monday Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM

See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and

fees.

HANDS-ON

H0-333 Room: West Ballroom D

Tuesday Periods 4 through 6

2:00 - 5:30 PM Microsurgical Keratoplasty: A Practical Course Course Co-Directors: Frank M Polack, MD, and L L Hyde, MD Frank M Polack. MD, Gainesville, FL; Donald E Willard, MD, Easton, PA; Ned M Reinstein, MD, Tulsa, OK; Emily j Karp, MD, New York. NY; Miguel Lugo, MD, Altamonte Springs, FL; Frank Rodney Eve, MD, Corpus Christi, TX; Randy J Epstein, MD, Chicago, IL; L L Hyde, MD, Kansas City, MO; Peter C Donshik. MD, West Hartford, CT; Robert Abel jr, MD, Wilmington, DE; Robert G Notz, MD, Danville, PA; Enrique L Graue, MD, Mexico City, Mexico; jonathan B Rubenstein, MD, Chicago, IL This course is designed for surgeons with basic experience in keratoplasty. Microsoopes, practice eyes and sutures will be provided for three hours. There will be practice of keratoplasty techniques. There will be one instructor for every two to three participants, who must bring their own microsurgical instruments. ••Registrants are required to bring micro needle holder, • 7 2 tissue forceps, tying forceps (straight and curved), fixation forceps (.03), corneal scissors (L and R), westcott scissors, and corneal punch. •• Limited to 25 participants. (lnt, Adv)

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CORNEA, continued

HANDS-ON H0-440 Wednesday Room: West Ballroom D Periods 1 through 3

8:30AM- 12 Noon Cornea and Anterior Segment: Advanced Surgical Techniques Course Co-Directors: Peter A Rapoza, MD, and David 1 Schanzlin, MD Peter A Rapoza, MD, Madison, WI; David J Schanzlin, MD, SL Louis, MO; Anthony P Adamis, MD, Boston, MA; Kerry K Assil, MD, SL Louis, MO; FrederickS Brightbill, MD, Madison, WI; Daniel F Goodman, MD, San Francisco, CA; Erich B Groos, MD, Nashville, TN; M Bowes Hamill, MD, Houston, TX; PeterS Hersh, MD, New York, NY; Kenneth R Kenyon, MD, Boston, MA; William D Mathers, MD, Iowa City, lA; Peter J McDonnell, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Carrie M Parrish, MD, Nashville, TN; Jeffrey B Robin, MD, Hoffman Estates, IL; Michael P Vrabec, MD, Burlington, VT; John R Wittpenn Jr, MD, Stony Brook, NY The experienced anterior segment surgeon will be introduced to state-of-the-art techniques for keratoplasty and anterior segment reconstruction. Topics will include trephination, IOL implanta­tion, iridoplasty, vitrectomy, keratoplasty suturing techniques and postoperative management, including correction of refractive anomalies. A 2-to-1 student-to-instructor ratio ensures partici­pants of excellent exposure to material. •• Registrants are required to bring needle holder, . 7 2 tissue forceps, tying forceps, vannas scissors, westcon scissors, caliper, and corneal scissors (optional). •• NOTE: Specimens used: Eye bank eyes. Registrants are required to sign an infectious disease transmission waiver/release form. Limited to 25 participants. (lnt, Adv)

Prerequisite Didactic for Advanced Anterior Segment Su~ica/ Techniques Laboratory (Course H0-535): HL-322 Tuesday

Periods 4 through 5 2:00- 4:15 PM

Advanced Anterior Segment Surgical Techniques See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees. HANDS-ON H0-535 Wednesday Room: West Ballroom D Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM Advanced Anterior Segment Surgical Techniques Laboratory Course Director: Edward 1 Holland, MD Edward J Holland, MD, Minneapolis, MN; StephenS Lane, MD, Stillwater, MN; Douglas D Koch, MD, Houston, TX; Thomas D lindquist, MD, Seattle, WA; Woodford S Van Meter, MD, Lexington, KY; S Gregory Smith, MD, Wilmington, DE; Marian S Macsai, MD, Morgantown, WV; Donald J Doughman, MD, Minneapolis, MN; Alan V Spigelman, MD, Southfield, Ml; Anthony J Lubniewski, MD, Webster Groves, MO; Bruce D Nichols, MD, London, ON, Canada; Jonathan B Rubenstein, MD, Chicago, IL;J Daniel Nelson, MD, SL Paul, MN; Eduardo C Alfonso, MD, Miami, FL; Sheraz Daya, MD, Minneapolis, MN; Mark G Speaker, MD, New York, NY; Jonathan E Pederson, MD, Minneapolis, MN; Aaron L Nathenson, MD, Minneapolis, MN This hands-on laboratory course will provide a supervised session utilizing animal and human cadaver eyes to demonstrate anterior segment surgical techniques. Procedures to be covered include

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transsderal and iris fixated PCLs, a management of IOL compli­cations, anterior segment vitrectomy, correction of congenital and postcataract astigmatism, techniques in penetrating and lamellar keratoplasty, keratoepithelioplasty, and anterior segment recon­struction techniques. •• Registrants are required to bring needle holder, . 7 2 tissue forceps, tying forceps, vannas scissors, westcott scissors, caliper, and corneal scissors (optional). .. NOTE: Spec­imens used: Eye bank eyes. Registrants are required to sign an infectious disease transmission waiver/release form. Umited to 25 participants. (Adv)

Prerequisite Didactic for all lab sessions of Surgical Correction ofAstiJmatism (Courses H0-637 and H0-732): HL-435

Surgical Correction of Astigmatism

Wednesday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees. HANDS-ON • Surgical Correction of Astigmatism Course Co-Directors: Miles H Friedlander, MD, and Kurt A Buzard, MD

·This laboratory portion will emphasize the techniques of surgically modifying astigmatism. Wedge resections, relaxing incisions, and keratotomy incisions will be taught, using animal eyes. Experi­enced instructors will be present to aid the student. •• Registrants are required to bring utility forceps, needle holder for fine suture, fine corneal forceps, toothless forceps, tying forceps, caliper (castroviejo type), suture scissors, utility scissors and diamond knife. •• Jointly sponsored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advi­sory Committee and the International Society of Refractive Keratoplasty. Limited to 25 partidpants. (Bas, lnt) Information Specific to Each Session H0-637 Room: West Ballroom D

Thursday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

Miles H Friedlander, MD, New Orleans, LA; Michael Gilbert, MD, Seattle, WA; Darcy Domingues, MD, Mission Hills, CA; Thomas D Lindquist, MD, PhD, Seattle, WA; Larry F Rich, MD, Portland, OR; James J Salz, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Ernest W Kornmehl, MD, Boston, MA; Miguel Mulet, MD, New Orleans, LA; Mario Sabates, MD, New Orleans, LA; Harjit Athwal, MD, Toms River, NJ; Bradley James Evans, MD, Columbia, MD; Judith Anne Rodnite, MD, Tampa, FL; Phillip Sands, MD, Shaker Heights, OH H0-732 Room: West Ballroom D

Thursday Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM Kurt A Buzard, MD, Las Vegas, NV; Sandra A Belmont, MD, New York, NY; Douglas F Buxton, MD, New York, NY; David H Haight, MD, New York, NY; Ronald Gaster, MD, Irvine, CA; Paul Gilwit, MD, Pompano Beach, FL; Michael Goldstein, MD, New York, NY; Miguel Mulet, MD, New Orleans, LA; Mario Sabates, MD, New Orleans, LA; John Stuart, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; Casimir A Swinger, MD, New York, NY; Kenneth L Cohen, MD, Chapel Hill, NC

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DIABETIC RETINOPATHY Prerequisite Didadic: HL-130

Diabetes 2000"' on Diabetic Retinopathy

Monday Periods 4 through 6

2:00- 5:30 PM

See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees. HANDS-ON • Diabetes 2000"' Workshop on Diabetic Retinopathy Course Director: George W Blankenship, MD The Diabetes 2000"' workshop is designed to enhance the prac­tidngophthalmologist'sunderstandingofdiabeticretinopathy,its diagnosis, management. and treatment indications. Typical case histories and stereo fundus photographs will be reviewed with an instructor in small groups. Jointly sponsored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Committee and the Diabetes 2000• National Scientific Advisory Board. Umited to 30 participants per session. (Bas, lnt) Limited to:

Fee: $200

Member and Non-Member Physicians only

Information Spedftc to Each Session H0-228 Tuesday

Periods 1 through 2 Room:W109 8:30- 10:45 AM

George W Blankenship, MD, Hershey, PA; Everett Ai, MD, San Francisco, CA; Michael A Bloome, MD, Houston, TX; Aaron Kassoff, MD, Albany, NY; Franklin L Myers, MD, Madison, WI; Michel Shami, MD, Lubbock, TX; Harry W Flynn Jr, MD, Miami, FL; Charles A Garcia. MD, Houston, TX; Craig M Greven, MD, Winston-Salem, NC; james L Kinyoun, MD, Seattle, WA; Stanley M Kopelow, MD, Encino, CA; Robert P Murphy, MD, Baltimore, MD; Andrew P Schachat, MD, Baltimore, MD

H0-352 Room:W109

Tuesday Periods 5 through 6

3:15-5:30 PM Lloyd M Aiello, MD, Boston, MA; Arthur WAllen, MD, San Francisco, CA; Gary C Brown, MD, Philadelphia. PA; Herbert L Cantrill, MD, St Paul, MN; Brian P Conway, MD, Charlottesville, VA; Marc Daniels, MD, Camden, NJ; Neil M Bressler, MD, Baltimore, MD; Susan B Bressler, MD, Baltimore, MD; Hilel Lewis, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Donald R May, MD, Lubbock, TX; Paul P Svitra, MD, Manhasset. NY; William J Wood, MD, Lexington, KY; Lawrence A Yannuzzi, MD, New York, NY H0-426 Room:W109

Wednesday Periods 1 through 2

8:30-10:45 AM George W Blankenship, MD, Hershey, PA; Jose A Berrocal, MD, Santurce, PR; J David Bradford, MD, Uttle Rock, AR; Ronald P Danis, MD, Indianapolis, IN; Frederick L Ferris Ill, MD, Bethesda. MD; Robert N Frank, MD, Detroit, Ml; Thomas W Gardner, MD, Hershey, PA; Mary Elizabeth Harnett. MD, Buffalo, NY; Michael L Klein, MD, Portland, OR; Thomas R Friberg, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; J Arch McNamara, MD, Philadelphia. PA; Jose S Pulido, MD, Iowa City, lA; WilliamS Tasman, MD, Philadelphia, PA

SKILLS TRANSFER COURSES

H0-551 Room:W109

Wednesday Periods 5 through 6

3:15-5:30 PM Matthew D Davis, MD, Madison, WI; Michael J Barondes, MD, New Hyde Park, NY; Alexander J Brucker, MD, Villanova. PA; Suresh R Chandra, MD, Madison, WI; Irvin Collado, MD, Mayaguez, PR; Raymond R Margherio, MD, Royal Oak, Ml; R Joseph Olk, MD, St Louis, MO; David W Parlee II, MD, Houston, TX; GeorgeS Sharuk, MD, Boston, MA; William E Smiddy, MD, Miami, FL; Thomas S Stevens, MD, Waunakee, WI; C P Wilkinson, MD, Oklahoma City, OK; F Tempel Riekhof, MD, Salt Lake City, UT H0-627 Room:W109

Thursday Periods 1 through 2

8:30-10:45 AM Lloyd MAiello, MD, Boston, MA; Maria H Berrocal, MD, New York, NY; Christopher F Blodi, MD, West Des Moines, lA; Andrew WEller, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; Stephen S Feman, MD, Nashville, TN; William L Hutton, MD, Dallas, TX; Travis A Meredith, MD, St Louis, MO; David H Orth, MD, Chicago, IL; Lawrence J Singerman, MD, Cleveland, OH; Rand Spencer, MD, Dallas, TX; James S Tiedeman, MD, PhD, Durham, NC

GLAUCOMA Prerequisite Didadic for all sessions of Glaucoma FUtration Surgery: Lab: HL-149 Monday

Glaucoma Filtration Surgery

Periods 5 through 6 3:15-5:30 PM

See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees. HANDS-ON • Glaucoma Filtration Surgery: Lab Course Director: Richard A Lewis, MD This two-hour lab session provides hands-<>n experience with the techniques of trabeculectomy and other filtering procedures on human eyebank eyes, using dissecting microscopes, one per student. Videotapes of trabeculectomy will be presented. NOTE: Specimens used: Eye bank eyes. Registrants are required to sign an infectious disease transmission waiver/release fonn. Jointly sponsored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Committee and the Special Focus Committee. Limited to 16 participants per session. (Bas, lnt) Limited to:

Fee: $325

Member and Non-Member Physicians only

Information Speciftc to Each Session H0-227 Tuesday

Periods 1 through 2 Room:W103 8:30- 10:45 AM

Donald S Minckler, MD, Los Angeles, CA; George Baerveldt, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Dale K Heuer, MD, Los Angeles, CA; James F Martone, MD, New York, NY; Mary AnnE Uoyd, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Christopher J Dickens, MD, San Francisco, CA; Ben R Hasty, MD, Pensacola. FL H0-320 Room:W103

Tuesday Periods 4 through 5

2:00-4:15 PM Richard P Mills, MD, Seattle, WA; Murray A Johnstone, MD, Seattle, WA; Frederick M Kapetansky, MD, Columbus, OH; George A Cioffi, MD, Portland, OR; Wallace L M Alward, MD, Iowa City, lA

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GLAUCOMA, continued H0-425 Wednesday Room: W1 03 Periods 1 through 2

8:30- 10:45 AM Robert N Weinreb, MD, La Jolla, CA; J Rigby Slight, MD, Solano Beach, CA; Robert Fechtner, MD, La Jolla, CA; Michael Sakamoto, MD, Sacramento, CA; James D Brandt, MD, Sacramento, CA H0-522 Room:W103

Wednesday Periods 4 through 5

2:00- 4:15 PM E Michael van Buskirk, MD, Portland, OR; John C Morrison, MD, Portland, OR; FrankJ Mares, MD, Albuquerque, NM; John R Samples, MD, Portland, OR; Louis B Cantor, MD, Indianapolis, IN

Prerequisite Didactic for all sessions of Implantation of Glaucoma Drainage Deyjces: HL-514 Wednesday

Period 4 2:00- 3:00 PM

Implantation of Glaucoma Drainage Devices See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees. HANDS-ON

* Implantation of Glaucoma Drainage Devices Course Director: Richard P Mills, MD Drainagedevicesarebeingemployedincreasinglyinthemanage­ment of intractable glaucoma. This laboratory provides hands-on experience with implantation of Molteno, Krupin, and Schocket devices on eye bank eyes. Registrants are required to sign an infectious disease transmission waiver/release fonn. Limited to 16 participants per session. (Adv) Limited to:

Fee: $425

H0-639 Room:W103

Member and Non-Member Physicians only

Thursday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

Richard P Mills, MD, Seattle, WA; DonaldS Minckler, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Richard P Wilson, MD, Philadelphia, PA; Ronald Leigh Fellman, MD, Dallas, TX; Marianne E Feitl, MD, Danville, PA; Frederick M Kapetansky, MD, Columbus, OH; James G Ferguson, MD, Richmond, VA; Marc F Lieberman, MD, San Francisco, CA; Robert Ewing, MD, Redwood City, CA; Alfred Solish, MD, Beverly Hills, CA; Jeffrey Freedman, MD, Great Neck, NY H0-734 Room:W103

Thursday Periods 4 through 6

2:00 - 5:30 PM Richard P Mills, MD, Seattle, WA; George Baerveldt, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Theodore Krupin, MD, Chicago, IL; Gordon R Douglas, MD, Vancouver, BC, Canada; Dale K Heuer, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Robert C Allen, MD, Charlottesville, VA; HowardS Barnebey, MD, Seattle, WA; Carl B Camras, MD, Omaha, NE; Mary Ann E Lloyd, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Mark B Sherwood, MD, Gainesville, FL

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LASERS

SLIT LAMP COURSES HANDS-ON

* Retinal Laser Application Laboratory: Use of the Slit Lamp Delivery System Course Director: )ames S Tiedeman, MD This two-hour laboratory will provide hands-on experience using the Argon laser to treat various retinal disorders. Treatment strategies fordiabetic retinopathy, branch vein ocdusion, macular degeneration, histoplasmosis and central serous retinopathy will be covered, using photographic models and corresponding fluo­rescei n angiograms. This course is intended only for ophthalmol­ogists currently performing posterior segment photocoagulation who desire an update in recent treabnent techniques. Jointly sponsored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Committee and the Special Focus Committee. Limited to 20 participants. (lnt)

Limited to: Member and Non-Member Physicians only

Fee: $250

Information Specific to Each Session H0-273

· Room: Exhibit Hall level 2 Tuesday

Periods 1 through 2 8:30- 10:45 AM

James S Tiedeman, MD, PhD, Durham, NC; Andrew N Antoszyk, MD, Bethesda, MD; Charles C Barr, MD, Louisville, KY; David J Browning, MD, Charlotte, NC; Randy Campo, MD, Phoenix, AZ; Paul J Dieckert. MD, Belton, TX; James C Folk, MD, Iowa City, lA; Richard C Lanning, MD, Camp Hill, PA; Richard ROber, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Jay G Prensky, MD, Camp Hill, PA; Nonnan D Radtke, MD, Louisville, KY; John D Zilis, MD, Portland, OR; louis A Lobes Jr, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; Richard G Chenoweth, MD, Portland, OR; Robert Avery, MD, Durham, NC; lawrence P Chong, MD, Los Angeles, CA

H0-364 Room: Exhibit Hall level 2

Tuesday Periods 4 through 5

2:00-4:15 PM James S Tiedeman, MD, PhD, Durham, NC; Andrew N Antoszyk, MD, Bethesda, MD; Robert A Braunstein, MD, Morristown, NJ; Donald A Frambach, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Karen M Gehrs, MD, Durham, NC; John Killian, MD, Asheville, NC; Jan Kylstra, MD, Chapel Hill, NC; Mary Lou Lewis, MD, Miami, FL; lawrence S Morse, MD, Sacramento, CA; lawrence T Reese, MD, Aventura, FL; Jeffrey S Ri nkoff, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; John D Zilis, MD, Portland, OR; Louis A LobesJr, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; Calvin E Mein, MD, San Antonio, TX; Edwin E Boldrey, MD, San Jose, CA

BINOCULAR INDIRECT COURSES

Prerequisite Didactic for all lab sessions of .l.ls:...llf Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscape Laser Delivery Svstem: . HL-114 Monday

Period 4 2:00- 3:00 PM

Retinal Photocoagulation Using Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope Laser Delivery Systems See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees.

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HANDS-ON • Retinal Laser Application Laboratory: Use of Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope Laser Delivery System Course Director: james S Tiedeman, MD This session will provide practical hands-on experience in Argon laser photocoagulation using binocular indirect ophthalmoscope laser delivery systems. Participants will photocoagulate model eyes and specialized targets to develop accurate laser delivery techniques, and will use scleral depression on deformable model eyes to develop skills in treating the far retinal periphery. Jointly sponsored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Committee and the Special Focus Committee. Limited to 20 partidpants per session. (lnt) Limited to: Member and Non-Member

Physidans only Fee: $225

Information Specific to Each Session H0-427 Room: Exhibit Hall Level 2

Wednesday Period 1

8:30-9:30 AM James S Tiedeman, MD, PhD, Durham, NC; Thomas R Friberg, MD, Pittsburgh, P A; Andrew N Antoszyk, MD, Bethesda, MD; David J Browning, MD, Charlotte, NC; Paul J Dieckert, MD, Belton, TX; james C Folk, MD, Iowa City, lA; H Michael Lambert, MD, Atlanta, GA; Brooks W McCuen II, MD, Durham, NC; Raul Moreno, MD, jacksonville, FL; Lawrence S Morse, MS, Sacramento, CA; Paul Sternberg Jr, MD, Atlanta, GA; John D Zilis, MD, Portland, OR; Kent W Small, MD, Durham, NC; Donald J D'Amico, MD, Boston, MA; Keye L Wong, MD, Sarasota, FL H0-470 Wednesday Room: Exhibit Hall Level 2 Period 2

9:45-10:45 AM james S Tiedeman, MD, PhD, Durham, NC; Thomas R Friberg, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; Andrew N Antoszyk, MD, Bethesda, MD; David J Browning, MD, Charlotte, NC; Paul J Dieckert, MD, Belton, TX; James C Folk, MD, Iowa City, lA; H Michael Lambert, MD, Atlanta, GA; Brooks W McCuen II, MD, Durham, NC; Raul Moreno, MD, jacksonville, FL; Lawrence S Morse, MS, Sacramento, CA; Paul Sternberg Jr, MD, Atlanta, GA; John D Zilis, MD, Portland, OR; Kent W Small, MD, Durham, NC; Donald J D'Amico, MD, Boston, MA; Keye L Wong, MD, Sarasota, FL H0-471 Wednesday Room: Exhibit Hall Level 2 Period 3

11 :00 AM - 12 Noon Thomas R Friberg, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; Andrew N Antoszyk, MD, Bethesda, MD; David J Browning, MD, Charlotte, NC; Paul J Dieckert, MD, Belton, TX; james C Folk, MD, Iowa City, lA; H Michael Lambert, MD, Atlanta, GA; Brooks W McCuen II, MD, Durham, NC; Raul Moreno, MD, jacksonville, FL; Lawrence S Morse, MS, Sacramento, CA; Paul Sternbergjr, MD, Atlanta, GA; John D Zilis, MD, Portland, OR; Kent W Small, MD, Durham, NC; Donald J D'Amico, MD, Boston, MA; Keye L Wong, MD, Sarasota, FL H0-523 Wednesday Room: Exhibit Hall Level 2 Period 4

2:00- 3:00 PM james S Tiedeman, MD, PhD, Durham, NC; Thomas R Friberg, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; Andrew WEller, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; John Killian, MD, Asheville, NC; Raul Moreno, MD, jacksonville, FL; Paul Sternbergjr, MD, Atlanta, GA; Paul P Svitra, MD, Manhasset, NY; John D Zilis, MD, Portland, OR; james Handa, MD, Durham, NC; Richard Escoffery, MD, Sl Louis, MO; Glenn J Jaffe, MD, Durham, NC; Kent W Small, MD, Durham, NC; Christopher F Blodi, MD, West Des Moines, lA; Carl C Awh, MD, Durham, NC; Andrew N Antoszyk, MD, Bethesda, MD

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H0-567 Wednesday Room: Exhibit Hall Level 2 Period 5

3:15-4:15 PM james S Tiedeman, MD, PhD, Durham, NC; Thomas R Friberg, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; Andrew WEller, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; John Killian, MD, Asheville, NC: Raul Moreno, MD, jacksonville, FL; Paul SternbergJr, MD, Atlanta, GA; Paul P Svitra, MD, Manhasset, NY; John D Zilis, MD, Portland, OR; james Handa, MD, Durham, NC; Richard Escoffery, MD, Sl Louis, MO; Glenn J Jaffe, MD, Durham, NC; Kent W Small, MD, Durham, NC; Christopher F Blodi, MD, West Des Moines, lA; Carl C Awh, MD, Durham, NC; Andrew N Antoszyk, MD, Bethesda, MD H0-568 Wednesday Room: Exhibit Hall Level 2 Period 6

4:30- 5:30 PM James S Tiedeman, MD, PhD, Durham, NC; Thomas R Friberg, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; AndrewW Eller, MD, Pittsburgh, PA;John Killian, MD, Asheville, NC: Raul Moreno, MD, jacksonville, FL; Paul Stembergjr, MD, Atlanta, GA; Paul P Svitra, MD, Manhasset, NY; John D Zilis, MD, Portland, OR; james Handa, MD, Durham, NC; Richard Escoffery, MD, Sl Louis, MO; Glenn J Jaffe, MD, Durham, NC; Kent W Small, MD, Durham, NC; Christopher F Blodi, MD, West Des Moines, lA; Carl C Awh, MD, Durham, NC; Andrew N Antoszyk, MD, Bethesda, MD

TRANSSCLERAL

Prerequisite Didactic for all sessions of Lilsl!l... Applications in Glaucoma - Iransscleral Cyclo­photocoagulation Laboratory: HL-552 Wednesday

Periods 5 through 6 3:15 - 5:30 PM

Laser Applications in Glaucoma: Theory and Practice See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees.

HANDS-ON • Laser Applications in Glaucoma- Transscleral Cydophotocoagulation Laboratory Course Director: Dale K Heuer, MD This one-hour laboratory session provides hands-on experience with transscleral Nd:Y AG laser cyclophotoc.oagulation on forma­lin-fixed human eyes. A 2:1 student:instrudor ratio ensures direct supervision. NOTE: Models used: formalin-fixed autopsy eyes. Registrants are required to sign an infectious disease transmission waiver/release form. Jointly sponsored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Committee and the American Glaucoma Soci­ety. Limited to 12 participants. (Bas) Limited to: Member and Non-Member

Physidans only Fee: $225 Information Specific to Each Session H0-618 Room: Exhibit Hall - Level 2

Thursday Period 1

8:30-9:30 AM Dale K Heuer, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Donald A Abrams, MD, Baltimore, MD; Alana L Grajewski, MD, Miami, FL; Eve J Higginbotham, MD, Ann Arbor, Ml; L Jay Katz, MD, Philadelphia, PA; David A Lee, MD, los Angeles, CA; Mark B Sherwood, MD, Gainesville, FL; George Baerveldt, MD, los Angeles, CA

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TRANSSCLERAL, continued

H0-650 Thursday Room: Exhibit Hall-level2 Period 2

9:45-10:45 AM Dale K Heuer, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Donald A Abrams, MD, Baltimore, MD; Alana L Grajewski, MD, Miami, FL; Eve J Higginbotham, MD, Ann Arbor, Ml; LJay Katz, MD, Philadelphia, PA; David A Lee, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Mark B Sherwood, MD, Gainesville, FL; Paul P Lee, MD, Los Angeles, CA H0-677 Thursday Room: Exhibit Hall -level 2 Period 3

11:00AM-12 Noon Dale K Heuer, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Donald A Abrams, MD, Baltimore, MD; Alana L Grajewski, MD, Miami, FL; Eve J Higginbotham, MD, Ann Arbor, Ml; L Jay Katz, MD, Philadelphia, PA; David A Lee, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Mark B Sherwood, MD, Gainesville, FL; Mary Ann E Lloyd, MD, Los Angeles, CA

GLAUCOMA BASIC

Not required but highly recommended Didactic for Glaucoma Basic lab sessions: HL-552 Wednesday

Periods 5 through 6 3:15 - 5:30 PM

Laser Applications in Glaucoma: Theory and Practice See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees. HANDS-ON

• Laser Applications in Glaucoma- Basic Laboratory Course Director: Dale K Heuer, MD This one-hour laboratory session provides hands-on experience with the following glaucoma laser techniques on formalin-fixed human eyes: argon or Nd:YAG iridotomy and sphincterotomy; and argon gonioplasty, pupilloplasty, and trabeculoplasty (course does not include instruction in transscleral Nd:YAG laser cyclophotocoagulation; see Transscleral section). A 2:1 stu­dent:instructor ratio ensures direct supervision. [NOTE: Models used: formalin-fixed autopsy eyes encased in glass and plastic containers; tissue suspended in anhydrous glycerine]. Registrants are required to sign an infectious disease transmission waiver/release form. jointly sponsored by the Academy's Skills Transfer Advisory Committee and the American Glaucoma Soci­ety. Limited to 20 participants per session. (Bas)

Limited to:

Fee: $225

Member and Non-Member Physicians only

Information Specific to Each Session H0-617 Thursday Room: Exhibit Hall -level 2 Period 1

8:30-9:30 AM Dale K Heuer, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Anne L Coleman, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Kassim A Khan, MD, Fort Worth, TX; Kathleen A Lamping, MD, South Euclid, OH; Carl V Migliazzo, MD, Overland Park, KS; A M Prince, MD, New York, NV; Sri ram Sonty, MD, Chicago Heights, IL; Shigemi Sugiki, MD, Honolulu, HI; M Angela Vela-Thomas, MD, Atlanta, GA; james B Wise, MD, Oklahoma City, OK; Martha M Wright,

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MD, Minneapolis, MN; Paul P Lee, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Mary Ann E Lloyd, MD, Los Angeles, CA H0-649 Thursday Room: Exhibit Hall-level2 Period 2

9:45- 10:45 AM Dale K Heuer, MD, Los Angeles, CA; FrankS Ashburn Jr, MD, Washington, DC; john C Galanis, MD, St Louis, MO; David K Gieser, MD, Wheaton, IL; Maurice H Luntz, MD, New York, NV; Robert M Mandelkorn, MD, Pittsburgh, PA; Harry Roth, MD, Madison, WI; George L Spaeth, MD, Philadelphia, PA; Ramesh C Tripathi, MD, PhD, Chicago, IL; Paul A Weber, MD, Columbus, OH; Elliot B Wemer, MD, Philadelphia, PA; George Baerveldt, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Mary Ann E Lloyd, MD, Los Angeles, CA H0-676 Thursday Room: Exhibit Hall -level 2 Period 3

11:00AM-12 Noon Dale K Heuer, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Terry J Bergstrom, MD, Ann Arbor, Ml; Steven V L Brown, MD, Evanston, IL; Carl B Camras, MD, Omaha, NE; Lawrence M Hurvitz, MD, Sarasota, FL; Robert A Lytle, MD, Boston, MA; Mark A Latina, MD, North Andover, MA; Dru Ann McCluskey, MD, Newport Beach, CA; janet B Serle, MD, New York, NV: Richard J Starita, MD, Dallas, TX; Anja Tuulonen, MD, Oulu, Finland; George Baerveldt, MD, Los Angeles, CA; Paul P Lee, MD, Los Angeles, CA

MACULAR DISEASE Prerequisite Didactic HL-213 Tuesday

Period 1 8:30-9:30 AM

Guidelines for Evaluation and Treatment of Choroidal Neovascularization in the Macular Photocoagulation Study See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees. HANDS-ON

• Guidelines for Evaluation and Treatment of Choroidal Neovascularization in the Macular Photocoagulation Study Course Director. Neil M Bressler, MD The MPS standardized system for evaluating and managing cho­roidal neovascularization (CNV) in age-related macular degener­ation (AMD) will be described in a didactic session on angiographic interpretation of dassic/occult CNV as well as tech­niques for evaluating treatment to minimize recurrences and visual loss. A laboratory session will demonstrate these principles with stereoscopic angiograms at lightboxes and treatment evalu­ations on projection devices. Limited to 30 participants per session. (lnt, Adv)

Limited to:

Fee: $125

Member and Non-Member Physicians only

Information Specific to Each Session H0-271 Tuesday

Period 3 Room:W106 11:00AM-12Noon

Neil M Bressler, MD, Baltimore, MD; Patrick L Murphy, MD, Royal Oak, Ml; James C Folk, MD, Iowa City, lA; Alan E Kimura, MD, Iowa City, lA; David J Wilson, MD, Portland, OR; Thomas S Stevens, MD, Waunakee, WI; Michael A Novak, MD, Cleveland, OH

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H0-312 Room:W106

Tuesday Period 4

2:00- 3:00 PM Neil M Bressler, MD, Baltimore, MD; R joseph 01 k, MD, St. Louis, MO; Andrew P Schachat, MD, Baltimore, MD; Bradley F Jost, MD, Dallas, TX; Franklin L Myers, MD, Madison, WI; David H Orth, MD, Chicago, IL

H0-466 Wednesday Room: Wl 06 Period 3

11:00 AM-12 Noon Susan B Bressler, MD, Baltimore, MD; Paul Sternberg jr, MD, Atlanta, GA; Suresh R Chandra, MD, Madison, WI; Kurt A Gitter, MD, New Orleans, LA; Gary E Fish, MD, Dallas, TX; Mary L Lewis, MD, Miami, FL

H0-512 Wednesday Room: Wl 06 Period 4

2:00- 3:00 PM Stuart L Fine, MD, Philadelphia, PA; Raymond R Margherio, MD, Royal Oak, Ml; Michael L Klein, MD, Portland, OR; Timothy P Flood, MD, Chicago, IL; Charles P Wilkinson, MD, Oklahoma City, OK; Elaine L Chuang, MD, Miami, FL; Michael j Elman, MD, Baltimore, MD

H0-680 Thursday Room: Wl 06 Period 3

11:00 AM-12 Noon Lawrence j Singerman, MD, Cleveland, OH; james C Folk, MD, Iowa City, lA; Robert P Murphy, MD, Baltimore, MD; Kirk H Packo, MD, Chicago, IL; Susan B Bressler, MD, Baltimore, MD; Michael A Bloome, MD, Houston, TX

TECHNICAL SKILLS

HANDS-ON Limited to:

Fee: $175

H0-237 Room:W116

(1st Sales Day) Health Pro­fessionals and Residents only (Remaining Sales Days) Health Professionals and Member and Non-Member Physicians only

Tuesday Periods 1 through 3 8:30AM- 12 Noon

Advanced Technical Skills Workshop Course Director: A Frances Walonker, CO, COMT A Frances Walonker, CO, COMT; Lindreth G DuBois, CO, COMT; Kathleen Friedberg, CO, COMT; Ronald B Morales; Tracy L Nichols, CRA; Gretchen B Boemel, COMT; Paul Fellenbaum, MD, Los Angeles, CA This course will provide practical experience in: anterior segment photography, emphasizing gonioscopy and electrophysiology of degenerative retinal disease. Each segment of the workshop will include detailed case presentation with video demonstration and practical hands-on application. Limited to 12 participants. (Adv)

SKILLS TRANSFER COURSES

VENOUS OCCLUSIVE

Prerequisite Didactic HL-245

Branch and Central Vein Occlusion

Tuesday Period2

9:45- 10:45 AM

See Instruction Course section for abstract, instructors, and fees.

HANDS-ON • Branch and Central Vein Occlusion Worbhop Course Director: Daniel Finkelstein, MD The vein occlusion workshop is designed to enhance the practic­ing ophthalmologist's understanding of diagnosis, management, and laser treatment indications for complications of branch and central vein occlusion, including macular edema and neovascularization. An introductory lecture will be followed by review of stereophotography and angiography in small groups with instructors. Limited to 30 partidpants per session. (Bas)

Limited to:

Fee: $125

Member and Non-Member Physidans only

Information Speciftc to Each Session

H0-272 Tuesday Period 3 Room:W109

11 :00 AM - 12 Noon David H Orth, MD, Harvey, IL; Gabriel j Coscas, MD, Paris, France; Gisele Soubrane, MD, Chennevieres 5/Marne, France; Lawrence j Singennan, MD, Beachwood, OH: john G Clarkson, MD, Miami, Fl.; Daniel Finkelstein, MD, Baltimore, MD

H0-314 Room:W109

Tuesday Period 4

2:00 - 3:00 PM Clement L T rempe, MD, Boston, MA; Elaine L Chuang, MD, Miami, Fl.; lngolf H Wallow, MD, Madison, WI; Suber S Huang, MD, Baltimore, MD; Daniel Finkelstein, MD, Baltimore, MD; Michael L Klein, MD, Portland, OR

H0-469 Room:W109

Wednesday Period3

11:00 AM-12 Noon Lawrence j Singerman, MD, Beachwood, OH; john J Weiter, MD, Boston, MA; Timothy P Flood, MD, Chicago, IL; David J Wilson, MD, Portland, OR; john G Clarkson, MD, Miami, FL; Clement L Trempe, MD, Boston, MA

H0-513 Room:W109

Wednesday Period4

2:00- 3:00 PM Elaine L Chuang, MD, Miami, FL; Mary L Lewis, MD, Miami, Fl.; Alexander Ejalkh, MD, Boston, MA; Daniel Finkelstein, MD, Baltimore, MD; David H Orth, MD, Harvey, IL; Hernando Zegarra, MD, Cleveland, OH H0-678 Room:W109

Thursday Period 3

11:00AM-12 Noon Michael L Klein, MD, Portland, OR; Hernando Zegarra, MD, Cleveland, OH; Sanford M Meyers, MD, Cleveland, OH; Mary L Lewis, MD, Miami, Fl.; Daniel Finkelstein, MD, Baltimore, MD; Elaine L Chuang, MD, Miami, FL

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