The variety of topics and presenters over the course of the meeting is a highlight in itself.
I am proud that we were able to convince not only an ocularist but also an anatomist to contribute to the pre-meeting course. I am particularly curious to see the opening Lacrimal-Double-Act on Thursday!
However, put under the pressure to point out something special I´d draw your attention to the four presentations on the interaction of eyelid surgery and ocular surface. Part I in the Pre-Meeting course, parts II and III and “eyelid dynamics” on Friday.
Do not to miss: the session and the Mustardé-lecture on sockets and enucleated patients – we will never cease to learn on that topic!
Check out the following video on a classic problem
My highlight of the congress is the Pre-meeting Course because on this day you meet many experts. You always get a huge input on many ophthalmoplastic key topics.
I’m especially looking forward to this year’s ESOPRS oral poster sessions. Live presented posters and small poster cabinets for focused interest groups offer a great opportunity for intense discussions and successful networking.
One of my personal program highlights is the Keynote lecture V “Diagnosing pediatric orbital disease – an update on new imaging modalities”. The spectrum of orbital lesions occurring in childhood is wide and imaging remains a critical step in the evaluation of the pediatric orbit.