'The Congress that wasn’t' episode 1

  • 18 May 2020
  • RCOphth

In ‘The Congress that wasn’t’ episode 1, we hear from Professor Andrew Lotery who talked about the VICI study which evaluated the use of Eplerenone as a treatment for chronic central serous retinopathy (CSCR). He also shared some clinical pearls for the management of CSCR.

We then spoke briefly with three abstract holders about their work:

  1. Conor Lyons spoke about his paper, ‘A Retrospective Analysis of MicroPulse Transscleral Cyclophotocoagulation’.
  2. Anna Song spoke about her paper, ‘Keratoconus – is it reversible?’.
  3. Jasna Astalos spoke about her paper, ‘Treatment of open-angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension with preservative-free tafluprost/timolol fixed-dose combination: 12-week analysis (The VISIONARY Study)’.

This episode is from the Special Series: “The Congress that wasn’t”. In 2020 the college decided to postpone the Annual Congress due to the COVID19 pandemic. This series includes talks from speakers that were due to present at the 2020 Congress.