S37 – Rapid Fire: Cornea and External Diseases


Prof Stephanie Watson; Ms Sunny Li; Ms Rosalind M. K. Stewart; Dr Jeremy Tan; Mr Hans Vellara; Prof Gerard Sutton; Dr Alexander Poon; Dr Samantha Bobba; Dr Maria Cabrera-Aguas; Dr Shivesh Varma

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S37 – Rapid Fire: Cornea and External Diseases
Chairs: Prof Gerard Sutton and Dr Elsie Chan
Topics and Speakers:
The outcomes of corneal cross-linking for Keratoconus from routine
clinical practice across Australia and New Zealand: Results from the
Save Sight Keratoconus Registry – Prof Stephanie Watson
Corneal remodelling following cataract surgery: OCT analysis of
the effect of incision size on wound architecture in the three months
following surgery – Ms Sunny Li
The natural history of corneal topographic progression of keratoconus
after age 30 years in non-contact lens wearers – Mr Akilesh Gokul
Keraring intrastromal corneal ring implants with/without crosslinking
in the management of keratoconus – Ms Rosalind M. K. Stewart
Vision-related quality of life in keratoconus – Dr Jeremy Tan
The effect of accelerated corneal collagen cross-linking on corneal
biomechanical properties – Mr Hans Vellara
Corneal BioPen – Using 3D printing to repair traumatic eye injuries
– Prof Gerard Sutton
DMEK vs DSAEK – single surgeon experience – Dr Alexander Poon
The Nature and Incidence of Cicatrising Conjunctivitis: An Australian
and New Zealand Ophthalmic Surveillance Unit Study – Dr Samantha
Development and implementation of guidelines for the management
of herpes simplex keratitis – Dr Maria Cabrera-Aguas
Steroids in Microbial Keratitis: Patterns of use and effect of timing on
disease duration – Dr Shivesh Varma

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

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