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Congress Program, day one, 5th September 2013.

The congress will take place at the Dorint Pallas Hotel, Auguste-Viktoria-Straße 15, Wiesbaden.

08:00

09:00

Registration

09:00

09:15

Welcome to Wiesbaden by Jan Müller-Uri.

09:15

09:30

 

Uwe Rauch, Nürnberg, Germany.
All an Ocularist can offer...

09:30

10:00

Laurent Nouvet, Bruxelles, Belgium.
TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOUR GOLD.

10:00

10:30

Peter Knowles, North Adelaide, USA.
The physiological factors of wearing and artificial eye.

10:30

11:00

Kevin Kelley, Philadelphia, USA.
Auto-enucleation, A Most Unusual Case.

11:00

11:30

Coffee Break

11:30

12:00

James Strauss, Rochester, USA.
Cosmetic optics for the Ocularist.

12:00

12:30

Robert Leipold, Essen, Germany.
What is a Retinoblastoma.

12:30

13:00

Robin Brammar, Cheshire, England.
The Ocularist and the patient.

13:00

14:00

Lunch break

14:00

14:30

Prof. Dr. M. Schittkowski, Göttingen, Germany
15 years experience with self inflating hydrogel expanders for congenital anophthalmos and microphthalmos – what is our current strategy.

14:30

15:00

Dr. Dieter Rührig.
How to manage non-compliant patients – anesthesiological procedures.

15:00

15:30

Coffee Break

15:30

16:00

 

Vida van der Linde, Vredelust, Bellville, South Africa.
Hazards associated with the monomer.

16:00

17:00

 

Jean-François Durette, Montreal, Canada.
"Tools and their use in making plastic ocular prostheses, including impression taking, shape making, painting and polishing."

17:00

End of day one

18:30

 

 

Walk to the Sherry & Port


Congress Program, day two, 6th September 2013.

The congress will take place at the Dorint Pallas Hotel, Auguste-Viktoria-Straße 15, Wiesbaden.

08:00

08:30

Registration

08:30

09:00

Hank Freund, Linwood, USA.
Technologies that help the Ocularist help our patients.

09:00

09:40

Dr. Geoff Rose, London, UK.
Socket surface problems -- removal of the eye and its complications.

09:40

10:20

 

Dr. C. Hintschich, Munich, Germany
"Dermofat graft as a primary or secondary orbital implant"

10:20

10:30

Natalia Ilchenko, Krasnojarsk, Russia.
Film from Krasnojarsk, Russia, about plastic ocular prostheses.

10:30

11:00

Wm. Randall Trawnik, Dallas, USA.
Aging Changes in the Eye - What the Ocularist Should Know.

11:00

11:30

Coffee break

11:30

12:00

James Strauss, Rochester, USA.
How we have fitted ocular prosthetics in the past & what's different today.

12:00

12:30

Guiliermo Ocampo, Madrid, Spain
Adaptation of ocular prosthesis in pediatric patients with microphtalmia.

12:30

13:00

Gerald Greiner, Hannover, Germany.
„Glass and acryl – two proper materials with specific advantages“.

13:00

14:00

Lunch Break

14:00

14:15

 

Jörg Schmidt, Cologne, Germany.
Thoughts About the Deep Superior Sulcus Deformity
Even though a primary orbital implant is in place, most of our patients show chronical displacement of the upper lid. What are the reasons and how can we help?

14:15

14:30

 

Dr. H. Aral, Cologne/Bonn, Germany.
Complication Management
Lower Eyelid malpositions, Fornix insufficiency, Intraorbital implant extrusion.

14:30

15:00

Dr. Irina Sirotkina, Chelyabinsk, Russia.
Rehabilitation after severe injuries of eye and orbit.

15:00

15:30

Coffee Break

15:30

15:40

Fumio Mizushima, Tokio, Japan
Film: Japanese way of making prosthetic eyes.

15:40

16:00

 

AEO 2015 and AEO 2017 by Robin Brammar founder of AEO.

16:00

16:15

 

End of AEO Congress 2013 by Jan Müller-Uri.

16:15

End of day two

 

 

 

 

18:00

01:00

Bus to Dinner