S06 – Rapid Fire: Glaucoma and Neuro-Ophthalmology


A/Prof Andrew White; Dr Moktika Tandon; Mr Henry Marshall; Prof Jamie E Craig; Prof William Morgan; Dr Yu Xiang George Kong; Dr Rachel Goh; Dr Simon Skalicky; Dr Samantha Lee; Dr Virna Oktariana; Dr Corina Chilibeck; Dr Hamish Dunn

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S06 – Rapid Fire: Glaucoma and Neuro-Ophthalmology
Chairs: Prof William Morgan and Dr Ridia Lim
Topics and Speakers:
Risk Factors for Rapid Glaucoma Disease Progression
– A/Prof Andrew White
Risk factors for glaucoma blindness in the Australia and New Zealand
Registry of Advanced Glaucoma (ANZRAG) – Dr Moktika Tandon
Comparison of Trend-Based Progression Analysis using Macular
Ganglion Cell-Inner Plexiform Layer (GCIPL) Loss and Peripapillary
Retinal Nerve Fibre Layer (RNFL) Loss in Glaucoma: Results from a
Prospective Longitudinal Study (The PROGRESSA Study)
– Mr Henry Marshall
Five new risk loci for Primary Open Angle Glaucoma identified using a
novel method: Extreme Phenotype and Quantitative trait locus (EPAQ)
mapping – Prof Jamie E Craig
Long term results using cross-linked gelatin microfistulae (XEN) in
glaucoma drainage surgery – Prof William Morgan
Multicenter longitudinal comparison of perimetry results between iPad
perimeter and Humphrey Field Analyzer for glaucoma
– Dr Yu Xiang George Kong
Objective Assessment of Activity Limitation in Glaucoma with
Smartphone Virtual Reality Goggles: A Proof of Concept Study
– Dr Rachel Goh
The Glaucoma Australia Educational Impact Study: A randomized
short-term clinical trial evaluating the association between glaucoma
education and patient knowledge, anxiety and treatment satisfaction
– Dr Simon Skalicky
Scanning behaviour and daytime driving performance of older adults
with glaucoma – Dr Samantha Lee
Development and short terms results of a Glaucoma Drainage Device
for Indonesia – Dr Virna Oktariana
Is Lumbar Puncture Opening Pressure Still Required for the Diagnosis
of Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension?
– Dr Corina Chilibeck
eFOCUS Phase 2: A randomised crossover trial of smartphone & direct
fundoscopy for medical students – Dr Hamish Dunn

49th Annual Scientific Congress of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists

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