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PROGRAM

Sunday, September 10, 2017
8:00-10:00 TEACHING COURSE 1.
EMERGENCY NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY

Moderators: Timothy D. Matthews & Susan Mollan, UNITED KINGDOM
8:00-8:20 INVESTIGATION AND MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE SINUS AND SELLAR PATHOLOGY CAUSING OPTIC NEUROPATHY
Anthony C. Arnold
, USA
8:20-8:40 CURRENT ROLE OF INVESTIGATIONS IN GIANT CELL ARTERITIS
Susan P. Mollan
, UNITED KINGDOM
8:40-9:00 INVESTIGATION AND MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE OPTIC NEUROPATHIES
Timothy D. Matthews
, UNITED KINGDOM
9:00-9:20 PRESENTATION AND INVESTIGATION OF THIRD NERVE PALSIES
Dániel Bereczki
, HUNGARY
9:20-9:40 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN NEUROVASCULAR TREATMENTS: AN UPDATE FOR NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGISTS
Swarup Chavda
, UNITED KINGDOM
9:40-10:00 Discussion
10:00-10:30 Break
10:30-12:35 TEACHING COURSE 2.
INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP: PRACTICAL TOOLS & TRICKS

Moderators: Caroline Tilikete, FRANCE & Konrad P. Weber, SWITZERLAND
10:30-10:50 OSCILLOPSIA: PRACTICAL TIPS TO EXAMINE PATIENTS
Caroline Tilikete
, FRANCE
10:50-10:55 Questions & Answers
10:55-11:15 OCULAR VESTIBULAR EVOKED MYOGENIC POTENTIALS AND VESTIBULAR TESTING
Konrad P. Weber
, SWITZERLAND
11:15-11:20 Questions & Answers
11:20-11:40 UPDATE ON NEUROIMAGING IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
Anthony C. Arnold
, USA
11:40-11:45 Questions & Answers
11:45-12:05 VISUAL FIELD: WHEN AND WHAT TYPE?
Fion Bremner
, UNITED KINGDOM
12:05-12:10 Questions & Answers
12:10-12:30 ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY: WHEN AND WHAT?
Marta Janaky & Agnes Janosi
, HUNGARY
12:30-12:35 Questions & Answers
12:35-14:00 Lunch & POSTER SESSION I.
EUNOS POSTER SESSION I.
AFFERENT VISUAL SYSTEM
PA01 AUTOIMMUNE OPTIC NEUROPATHY, CASE SERIES
Ainat Klein
, A. Kesler, ISRAEL
PA02 OPTIC NEURITIS AND SINUSITIS
Aleksandar Veselinovic
, M. Cvetanovic, D. Veselinovic, SERBIA
PA03 OPTIC NERVE GLIOMA RESECTION WITH PRESERVATION OF THE GLOBE
Ana Fakin
, R. Bošnjak, M. Šuštar, M. Jarc-Vidmar, K. Novak Andrejčič, M. Hawlina, SLOVENIA
PA04 FUNDOSCOPIC CHANGES IN UNAFFECTED LHON MUTATION CARRIERS
Ana Pepic
, J. Jancic, SERBIA
PA05 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LAMINA CRIBROSA (LC) DEPTH IN PATIENTS WITH INTRACRANIAL HYPOTENSION SYNDROME(IHS)
Andreia Soares
, C. Almeida, F. Nuno, PORTUGAL
PA06 MACULAR THICKNESS CHANGES USING SPECTRAL-DOMAIN OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY AUTOMATED LAYER SEGMENTATION IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
André Diogo Barata
, I. Leal, F. Caiado, J. Henriques, F. Pinto, PORTUGAL
PA07 COUNTING THE COST OF NON ORGANIC VISUAL LOSS
Ann Marien Mongan
, S. Chetty, IRELAND
PA08 CONNEXIN-43 AND TRPV4 ION CHANNELS IN AQP4-NULL MOUSE RETINA AND BRAIN
Antonio Cibelli
, C.D. Gargano, M.G. Mola, F. Pisani, A. Frigeri, G.P. Nicchia, M. Svelto, ITALY
PA09 FUNCTIONAL VISION LOSS IN PATIENTS WITH SURGICALLY TREATED IIH AND REFRACTORY HEADACHES
Ayman Khaier
, J. Acheson, UNITED KINGDOM
PA10 IDEBENONE TREATMENT IN PATIENTS WITH LEBER HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY AFTER DISEASE ONSET OF FIVE TO THIRTY YEARS
Berthold Pemp
, K. Kircher, A. Reitner, AUSTRIA
PA11 CLINICAL FEATURES AND TREATMENT OF NEUROMYELITIS OPTICA, AN EIGHT-YEAR EXPERIENCE
Chao-Wen Lin
, TAIWAN
PA12 FLUCTUATION OF BINASAL HEMIANOPIA CAUSED BY DOLICHOECTATIC INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY
Chawin Thitisaksakul
, V. Pruksakorn, T. Chaitusaney, S. Apinyawasisuk, THAILAND
PA13 PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF THE GENETIC SCREENING BY NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING IN AN ITALIAN COHORT OF HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHIES PATIENTS
Chiara La Morgia
, F. Tagliavini, L. Caporali, M. Carbonelli, L. Di Vito, P. Barboni, M.L. Cascavilla, A. Carta, A. Rufa, S.B. Marzoli, F.Mari, M. Mancuso, M.A. Donati, M.L. Valentino, R. Liguori, V. Carelli, ITALY
PA14 NON-DECUSSATING RETINAL FUGAL FIBRE SYNDROME (NDRFFS) – THE SPECTRUM OF ACHIASMIA: A RARE CASE REPORT
Clare McCloskey
, D. Brosnahan, IRELAND
PA15 RETINAL MOSAIC, PHOTORECEPTORS' DIRECTION, AND POLAROTACTIC BEHAVIOR
Diana Derval
, France
PA16 CYTOMEGALOVIRUS OPTIC NEURITIS IN A YOUNG IMMUNOCOMPETENT PATIENT
Diana Melancia
, A. Fernandes, J. Ferreira, J.P. Cunha, I. Cordeiro, M. Manita, PORTUGAL
PA17 IMPORTANCE OF VISUAL EVOKED POTENTIAL (VEP) RESULTS OF THE HEALTHY EYE IN PATIENTS WITH UNILATERAL OPTIC NEURITIS
Dragan Veselinovic
, A.M. Cvetanovic, SERBIA
PA18 DIAGNOSTICS OF THE OPTIC NERVE DRUSEN BY OCT-ANGIOGRAPHY
Elena E
. Ioyleva, E. Kabanova, V. Pismenskaya, V. Gadysheva, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
PA19 LEBER HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY – KAZUISTIC
Eleonora Cmelova
, J. Cmelo, M. Slavka, R. Zemjarova-Mezenska, Z. Cagalova, J. Camajova, SLOVAKIA
PA20 CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCE INFLUENCE TIGHTNESS OF THE INNER NUCLEAR LAYER AS A PHYSIOLOGICAL BARRIER TO PROGRESSION OF ANTEROGRADE TRANS-SYNAPTIC DEGENERATION IN THE HUMAN RETINA
Eva L. Panneman
, L.M.D. Tran, W.A.E.J. de Vries-Knoppert, A. Petzold, THE NETHERLANDS
PA21 VISUAL OUTCOME FOLLOWING BILATERAL NON-ARTERITIC ANTERIOR ISCHEMIC OPTIC NEUROPATHY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND META-ANALYSIS
Gad Dotan
, Shay Keren, Mario Zanolli, ISRAEL
PA22 BILATERAL INFERIOR ALTITUDINAL FIELD DEFECTS
Gölge Acaroğlu
, T. Kansu, TURKEY
PA23 UNILATERAL SWOLLEN DISC
Gölge Acaroğlu
, T. Kansu, TURKEY
PA24 OPTIC NEUROPATHY IN BEHÇET’S DISEASE
Gülden Akdal
, H. Ertaşoğlu Toydemir, O. Saatçi, P. Keskinoğlu, U. Uygunoğlu, A. Yaman, S. Güven Yılmaz, M. Söylev Bajin; TURKEY
PA25 ATYPICAL OPTIC NEURITIS: 72 CASES FROM TURKEY TURKISH NEUROLOGY SOCIETY NEURO-OPHTHTALMOLOGY STUDY GROUP
Gülden Akdal
, H. Ertaşoğlu Toydemir, İ. Işıkay, A. Yaman, F. Gökçay, Ş. Bıçakçı, M. Söylev Bajin, G. Akman Demir, N. Çelebisoy, TURKEY
PA26 NEUROIMAGING FINDINGS OF IDIOPATHIC INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION AFTER RESOLUTION OF PAPILLOEDEMA
Hale Batur Caglayan
, M. Ucar, M. Hasanreisoglu, B. Nazliel, N. Tokgoz, TURKEY
PA27 ISHIHARA ELECTRONIC COLOR BLINDNESS TEST
Hatem Marey
, N. Semary, S. Mandour, EGYPT
PA28 OPTIC NEUROPATHY SECONDARY TO SYPHILIS IN TWO PATIENTS WITH HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS INFECTION
Inci Güngör
, L. Gungor, TURKEY
PA29 THE RELIABILITY OF VISUAL ACUITY ESTIMATION IN CHILDREN USING CONTACT LENSES WITH SWEEP VEP
Inci Güngör
, TURKEY
PA30 MULTIFOCAL VISUAL EVOKED POTENTIAL IN OPTIC NEURITIS AND MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
G. Pihl-Jensen
, M.F. Schmidt, Jette L. Frederiksen, DENMARK
PA31 ANTIBODIES AGAINST MOG FOR PATIENTS WITH NEUROMYELITIS OPTICA AND NEUROMYELITIS OPTICA SPECTRUM DISORDERS
Jette L. Frederiksen
, S.H. Sandvik, DENMARK
PA32 THE RELATION BETWEEN VACCINATIONS AND OPTIC NEURITIS - A LITERATURE REVIEW
M.T. Mailand
, Jette L. Frederiksen, DENMARK
PA33 MOG-ANTIBODY OPTIC NEURITIS: THE EARLY NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGIC ASSESSMENT
Elodie Nerrant
, R. Marignier, L. Abouaf, A.-L. Vie, S. Vukusic, A. Vighetto, C. Tilikete
PA34 PAEDIATRIC PSEUDOTUMOR CEREBRI: A MULTICENTRIC STUDY OF THE DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS AND CLINICAL PROFILE
Joana Braga
, S. Costa, O. Faria, L. Ribeiro, D. Meira, PORTUGAL
PA35 SUPERIOR HEMI-RETINAL THINNING IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
Joao Paulo Cunha
, R. Pinto-Proença, A. Dias-Santos, D. Melancia, J. Ferreira, A.L. Papoila, C. Louro, A. Castanheira-Dinis, PORTUGAL
PA36 ALZHEIMER’S CHOROIDOPATHY
Joao Paulo Cunha
, R. Pinto-Proença, A. Santos, H. Águas, R. Almeida, J. Ferreira, A.L. Papoila, C. Louro, A. Castanheira-Dinis, PORTUGAL
PA37 THE ROLE OF TRANSLAMINAR GRADIENT IN DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF DRUSEN OF OPTIC NERVE AND GLAUCOMA
Jozef Cmelo
, E. Cmelova, J. Camajova, B. Farkasova, M. Ivkovicova, A. Kristofovicova, K. Micevova, T. Valaskova, SLOVAKIA
PA38 V4E STIMULUS OF SEMI-AUTOMATED KINETIC PERIMETRY IN THE EVALUATION OF VISUAL FIELD DEFECTS IN PATIENTS WITH LEBER HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY
Katarzyna Nowomiejska
, POLAND
PA39 RECOVERY OF VISUAL FIELD AFTER OCCIPITAL HEMORRHAGE EVACUATION BY MIN
Klaus D.M. Resch
, S. Antal, AUSTRIA
PA40 PRESERVATION OF VISUAL ACUITY BY NEUROSURGICAL - OPHTHALMOLOGICAL COOPERATION: CASE REPORT OF A LARGE CYSTIC CRANIOPHARYNGIOMA
Klaus D.M. Resch
, S. Antal, AUSTRIA
PA41 OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY RETINAL PARAMETERS AND BRAIN ATROPHY IN NEWLY DIAGNOSED MS PATIENTS
Laura Dell'Arti
, A.M. Pietroboni, UNITED KINGDOM
PA42 A CASE OF FULMINANT IDIOPATHIC INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION
Laura Perju-Dumbrava, R. Homorodean, A. Diț-Filipaș
, L. Perju-Dumbravă, AUSTRALIA
PA43 A SURVEY OF THE TREATMENT OF OPTIC NEURITIS COMPARING THE PRACTICE AMONG OPHTHALMOLOGISTS AND NEUROLOGISTS IN IRELAND
Lina Kobayter
, IRELAND
PA44 EFFECT OF VISUAL TRAINING WITH VEP AND AUDITORY BIOFEEDBACK ON VISUAL OUTCOME IN AMBLYOPIA AFTER THE CRITICAL PERIOD
Luka Lapajne
, S. Roškar, M. Tekavčič Pompe, M. Jarc-Vidmar, M. Hawlina, S LOVENIA
PA45 IMPROVEMENT OF VISUAL FIELD FOLLOWING SUCCESSFUL TRABECULECTOMY IS RELATED TO PREOPERATIVE MEAN DEVIATION
Magdalene Yin Lin Ting
, G. Yu Xiang Kong, K. Martin, UNITED KINGDOM
PA46 VISUAL INTERHEMISPHERIC CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PRIMARY VISUAL AREAS
Marcel ten Tusscher
, A. Cees Houtman, P. Van Schuerbeek, BELGIUM
PA47 PATTERN ELECTRORETINOGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN CENTRAL RETINAL VEIN OCCLUSION
Marija Cvetanovic
, A. Veselinovic, D. Veselinovic, SERBIA
PA48 VISUAL FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH MELAS AND MIDD WITH MITOCHONDRIAL A3243G MUTATION
Martina Jarc-Vidmar
, M. Sustar, M. Jekovec Vrhovsek, J. Pretnar-Oblak, B. Stirn Kranjc, M.Hawlina, SLOVENIA
PA49 RETROGRADE MACULOPATHY FROM RETROCHIASMAL LESIONS
Mathias Abegg
, SWITZERLAND
PA50 THE KETOGENIC DIET: A THERAPEUTIC OPTION FOR LEBER HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY?
Matthieu Robert
, M. Storoni, G.T. Plant, FRANCE, UNITED KINGDOM
PA51 OUTCOMES OF OPTIC NERVE SHEATH FENESTRATION SURGERY IN INCREASED INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE CASES WITH DIFFERENT ETIOLOGIES
Meltem Soylev Bajin
, A. Yaman, C. Durmaz Engin, Z. Ayhan, F. Gokcay, F. Celebisoy, G. Akdal Halmagyi, TURKEY
PA52 NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS OF CEREBRAL VENOUS SINUS THROMBOSIS
Natalia Eliseeva
, N. Serova, S. Yakovlev, K. Mikeladze, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
PA53 RETINAL NERVE FIBER LAYER THICKNESS AND GANGLION CELL COMPLEX IN PATIENTS WITH ACQUIRED POST- GENICULATE VISUAL PATHWAY DAMAGE
Natalia Eliseeva
, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
PA54 RETINAL VASCULAR GEOMETRY AND TORTUOSITY CHANGES IN PATIENTS WITH OPA1-RELATED DOMINANT OPTIC ATROPHY
Neringa Jurkute
, A. Majander, P. Keane, A. Webster, M. Votruba, M. Habib, B. Al-Diri, P. Yu Wai Man, UNITED KINGDOM
PA55 BASELINE DEMOGRAPHICS, CLINICAL FEATURES AND TREATMENT PROTOCOLS OF 240 PATIENTS WITH OPTIC NEUROPATHY: EXPERIENCES FROM A NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY CLINIC IN THE AEGEAN REGION OF TURKEY
Nese Celebisoy
, O. Karti, D. Karti, F. Gokcay, TURKEY
PA56 CAUTION WITH IMAGING - USING OCT TO DIFFERENTIATE PAPILLOEDEMA FROM ITS MIMICS
Nima Ghadiri
, B. Burton, UNITED KINGDOM
RESEARCH SYMPOSIUMS 14:00-18:00
OPTIC NERVE SYMPOSIUM BY EUNOS RESEARCH COMMITTEE

Moderators: Jette Frederiksen, DENMARK & Patrick Yu-Wai-Man, UNITED KINGDOM
14:00-16:00 RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM 1.
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS (MAGNIMS) & OPHTHALMIC IMAGING
14:00-14:05 OPENING REMARKS OF RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM
Susanne Trauzettel-Klosinski
, GERMANY
14:05-14:30 MRI OF THE BRAIN IN OPTIC NEURITIS
Jette Frederiksen
, DENMARK
14:30-14:55 MRI IN NEUROMYELITIS OPTICA
Jaqueline Palace
, UNITED KINGDOM
14:55-15:20 MRI OF THE OPTIC NERVE
Maria Assunta Rocca
, ITALY
15:20-15:35 NMOSD: PRE-AQ4 CONCEPT AS ILLUSTRATED BY CASES
Sámuel Komoly
, HUNGARY
15:35-15.55 ADVANCED STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL IMAGING IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE, AND OTHER NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES
Delia Cabrera DeBuc
, USA
15:55-16:00 Discussion
16:00-16:30 Break
16:30-18:00 RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM 2.
EUROPEAN RESEARCH INITIATIVES - PRESENT AND FUTURE
16:30-16:50 ERN-EYE – A NEW EUROPEAN COLLABORATIVE INITIATIVE
Axel Petzold
, UNITED KINGDOM
16:50-17:15 NEW VISUAL TESTS IN OPTIC NEURITIS
Gorm Pihl Jensen
, DENMARK
17:15-17:45 DEVELOPING A RESEARCH PLATFORM FOR INHERITED OPTIC NEUROPATHIES
Patrick Yu-Wai-Man
, UNITED KINGDOM and Patient Representatives
17:45-18:00 Discussion
18:30-21:30 WELCOME RECEPTION


Monday, September 11, 2017
8:00-8:10 OPENING OF EUNOS 2017 BUDAPEST MEETING
President of EUNOS, Klara Landau
Chair of EUNOS 2017, Gabriella Szatmary
8:10-8:55 KEYNOTE LECTURE 1.
RESTORING VISION USING OPTOGENETICS
Botond Roska
, SWITZERLAND
8:55-9:00 Discussion
9:00-10:00 MINI SYMPOSIUM 1.
GENETICS AND GENE THERAPY IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY

Moderators: Aki Kawasaki, SWITZERLAND & Catherine Vignal Clermont, FRANCE
9:00-9:20 WHAT'S NEW IN GENE THERAPY IN HUMANS ?
Bart Leroy
, BELGIUM
9:20-9:35 CURRENTLY ONGOING GENETIC THERAPEUTIC TRIAL IN LEBER HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY?
Catherine Vignal Clermont
, FRANCE
9:35-9:55 GENETICS AND NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGIC MANIFESTATIONS OF SPINOCEREBELLAR ATROPHY (SCA)
Jorge C. Kattah
, USA
9:55-10:00 Discussion
10:00-10:30 Break
10:30-12:00 SYMPOSIUM 1.
THE EYE AND THE BRAIN SYMPOSIUM

Moderators: Patrick Yu-Wai-Man & Axel Petzold, UNITED KINGDOM
10:30-11:10 KEYNOTE LECTURE 2.
ASSESSMENT OF PROGRESSIVE NEURON LOSS IN VETERANS WITH MILD TBI BY OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY (OCT) OF INNER RETINAL LAYER THICKNESS OVER TIME
Randy H. Kardon
, C. Gilmore, J. Ledolter, M. Garvin, J-K. Wang, K. Lim, USA
11:10-11:30 OCT OF THE OPTIC NERVE IN CHILDREN
Irene Gottlob, UNITED KINGDOM
11:30-11:50 A NEURODEGENERATIVE PERSPECTIVE ON MITOCHONDRIAL OPTIC NEUROPATHIES
Patrick Yu-Wai-Man, UNITED KINGDOM
11:50-12:00 Questions & Answers
12:00-12:30 Break
12:30-13:30 LUNCHTIME SYMPOSIUM
LEBER HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY

Moderators: Patrick Yu-Wai-Man, UNITED KINGDOM & Aki Kawasaki, SWITZERLAND
12:30-12:35 INTRODUCTION
Patrick Yu-Wai-Man
, UNITED KINGDOM
12:35-12:50 CLINICAL FEATURES AND MOLECULAR GENETICS
Catherine Vignal-Clermont
, FRANCE
12:50-13:00 DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS AND INVESTIGATIONS
An-Guor Wang
, TAIWAN
13:00-13:10 PATIENT REPRESENTATIVES - LIVING WITH LHON
Russell Wheeler, UNITED KINGDOM & Pedro Luengo, SPAIN &
Helena Lindemark, SWEDEN
13:10-13:25 TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR LHON
Thomas Klopstock
, GERMANY
13:25-13:30 CLOSING REMARKS
Aki Kawasaki
, SWITZERLAND
13:30-14:00 Break
14:00-15:45 SYMPOSIUM 2.
VASCULAR DISORDERS WITH NEURO-OPHTHALMIC MANIFESTATIONS SYMPOSIUM

Moderators: László Csiba & Dániel Bereczki, HUNGARY & Patricia Logan, IRELAND
14:00-14:20 WHEN IS DIPLOPIA STRONGLY SUGGESTIVE OF A VASCULAR EVENT?
Caroline Tilikete
, FRANCE
14:20-14:25 Questions & Answers
14:25-14:45 WHEN IS VISUAL LOSS STRONGLY SUGGESTIVE OF A VASCULAR EVENT?
Paul Riordan-Eva
, UNITED KINGDOM
14:45-14:50 Questions & Answers
14:50-15:10 THE SPECTRUM OF OPTIC DISC ISCHEMIA IN PATIENTS YOUNGER THAN 50 YEARS
Anthony C. Arnold
, R.M.S. Costa, O.M. Dumitrascu, USA
15:10-15:15 Questions & Answers
15:15-15:35 NEUROINTERVENTIONAL TREATMENT OF VASCULAR PATHOLOGY CAUSING OPHTHALMOLOGICAL SYMPTOMS
Istvan Szikora
, HUNGARY
15:35-15:45 Questions & Answers
15:45-16:15 Break
16:15-18:00 SYMPOSIUM 3.
NEURO-OPHTHALMIC COMPLICATIONS OF NEOPLASTIC DISEASE

Moderators: Ruth Huna Baron, ISRAEL & Attila Bago, HUNGARY
16:15-16:35 DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF OPTIC PATHWAY GLIOMAS
Neil R. Miller
, USA
16:35-17:00 OVERVIEW OF NEURO-OPHTHALMIC ASPECTS OF MALIGNANT TUMORS
Ruth Huna Baron
, ISRAEL
17:00-17:20 FREE PAPERS AND CASE PRESENTATIONS
17:00-17:08 NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGICAL PRESENTATION OF MIDBRAIN AND PINEAL REGION TUMORS
Elena Butenko
, N. Serova, N. Grigoreva, G. Danilov, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
17:08-17:10 Discussion
17:10-17:18 PAEDIATRIC INTRACRANIAL TUMOURS AND THEIR NEURO-OPHTHALMIC MANIFESTATIONS SEEN AT A SPECIALIST REFERRAL CENTRE
Guy Mole
, R. Edminson, C. Hopper, D. Hildebrand, UNITED KINGDOM
17:18-17:20 Discussion
17:20-17:55 KEYNOTE LECTURE 3.
RADIATION OPTIC NEUROPATHY
Laszlo Mechtler
, USA
17:55-18:00 Discussion
18:30 Counsel Meeting

FREE EVENING


Tuesday, September 12, 2017
8:00-10:00 SYMPOSIUM 4.
EYE PAIN AND ALIKES

Moderators: Kathleen Digre, USA & Andrea Facskó, HUNGARY
8:00-8:30 THE FACE DOESN'T LIE: OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF PHOTOSENSITIVITY
Randy H. Kardon
, A. Russo, J.M. Full, P. Poolman, USA
8:30-9:00 MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE: MIGRAINE PHENOMENA AND THE EYE
Kathleen B. Digre
, USA
9:00-9:20 OPHTHALMIC CAUSES OF EYE PAIN
Andrea Facskó
, HUNGARY
9:20-9:40 NON-OCULAR CAUSES OF EYE PAIN: BEYOND THE USUAL SUSPECTS
Patrick Lavin
, USA
9:40-9:50 Discussion
9:50-10:00 UPDATE ON THE NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY VIRTUAL EDUCATIONAL LIBRARY 2017
Kathleen B Digre, Nancy Lombardo on behalf of the NOVEL committees of NANOS
10:00-10:30 Break
10:30-12:30 SYMPOSIUM 5.
BEYOND IIH: HIGH AND LOW CEREBROSPINAL FLUID PRESSURE SYNDROMES

Moderators: Gordon Plant, UNITED KINGDOM & Judit Somlai, HUNGARY
10:30-10:50 HIGH AND LOW CSF PRESSURE SYNDROMES AND NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
Gordon Plant
, UNITED KINGDOM
10:50-11:10 HIGH AND LOW CSF SYNDROMES: MRI AND OCT
Laura dell’Arti
, UNITED KINGDOM
11:10-11:30 IS THERE ANY CORRELATION BETWEEN IDIOPATHIC INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION AND INTRACEREBRAL VENOUS CIRCULATORY DISORDERS?
Judit Somlai
, N. Szegedi, B. Salomváry, HUNGARY
11:30-11:40 PSEUDOTUMOR CEREBRI; WHY STENT RATHER THAN SHUNT
Gabor Michael Halmagyi
, AUSTRALIA
11:40-11:50 CORRELATION BETWEEN INTRAOCULAR AND INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE – NEW APPROACH IN INVESTIGATION
Marijan Klarica
, M. Radoš, T. Kuzman, I. Jurjević, D. Orešković, CROATIA
11:50-12:00 USE OF THE HEIDELBERG SPECTRALIS OCT DEVICE TO ASSESS SPONTANEOUS VENOUS PULSATION IN PATIENTS WITH HEADACHES
James McHugh
, L.D'Antona, A. Toma, F. Bremner, UNITED KINGDOM
12:00-12:15 Discussion
12:15-12:30 UPDATE ON THE NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY JOURNAL
Walter Jay
, USA & Gordon Plant, United Kingdom
12:30-14:00 Lunch & POSTER SESSION II.
EUNOS POSTER SESSION II.
AFFERENT VISUAL SYSTEM
PA57 OPTIC NERVE HEAD DRUSEN PREVALENCE AND INTRAOPERATOR REPEATABILITY AND INTEROPERATOR REPRODUCIBILITY USING ENHANCED DEPHT IMAGING - OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY
Pedro Silva
, P. Simões, M. Cordeiro, P. Arede, J. Costa, PORTUGAL
PA58 MUSLINOMA, A CAUSE OF VISION LOSS – A CASE REPORT
Pedro Simões
; P. Silva; M. Chorão; J. Costa, PORTUGAL
PA59 EVALUATION OF PERIPAPILLARY CHOROIDAL THICKNESS IN NONARTERITIC ANTERIOR ISCHEMIC OPTIC NEUROPATHY USING A MEDICAL IMAGE-PROCESSING SOFTWARE
Pedro Simões
; Pedro S.; M. Cordeiro; J. Costa, PORTUGAL
PA60 OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY ANGIOGRAPHY (OCT-A) IN LEBER’S HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY (LHON)
Piero Barboni
, N. Balducci, G. Triolo, M.L. Cascavilla, C. La Morgia, M. Carbonelli, F. Bandello, V. Carelli, ITALY
PA61 PERSISTENT VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN PEOPLE WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Rachel A. McKay
, M.E.F. Coleman, P.J. Bex, J.A. Preston, B.W. Stansfield, A.J. Simmers, UNITED KINGDOM
PA62 A STEREOTYPED SYNDROME OF RETRO-OCULAR PAIN, PHOTOPHOBIA AND VISUAL DISTURBANCE MASQUERADING AS OPTIC NEURITIS: CASE SERIES
J. Jefferis
, Revelle Littlewood, I. Pepper, S. Hickman, UNITED KINGDOM
PA63 FLOW DIVERSION OF CAROTID-OPHTHALMIC ANEURYSMS AND LONG TERM VISUAL OUTCOME
Romain Touzé
, F. Clarençon, F. Di Maria, J. Gabrieli, B. Bartolini, N. Sourour, V. Touitou, FRANCE
PA64 VISUAL OUTCOME OF PATIENTS TREATED BY STENTING OF THE LATERAL VENOUS STENOSIS FOR INCREASED INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION
Romain Touzé
, S. Bonnin, S. Lenck, A.-L. Remond, A. Fel, B. Bodaghi, P. LeHoang, E. Houdart, V. Touitou, FRANCE
PA65 THE ROLE OF DISRUPTED BLOOD-OPTIC NERVE BARRIER (BOB) AND INFLAMMATORY CASCADES IN EXPERIMENTAL OPTIC NEUROPATHIES
Rong-Kung Tsai
, Yao-Tseng Wen, TAIWAN
PA66 PHASE I/II SAFETY AND VISUAL ACUITY OUTCOMES 78-WEEKS POST-TREATMENT WITH RAAV2/2-ND4, AN INVESTIGATIONAL GENE THERAPY FOR ND4 LHON
Scott Uretsky
, USA
PA67 THE DYNAMICS OF THE EFFECTS OF CATECHOLAMINE EXCITE DUMPING SYNDROME IN THE RECOVERY PHASE OF CEREBRAL VISUAL IMPAIRMENT IN CHILDREN WHO SUFFERED FROM PRE,-PERINATAL ENCEPHALOPATHY IN THE AGE PERIOD OF 3-6 MONTHS AND 6-12 MONTHS
Sevinj Salmanova
, E. Kasimov, AZERBAIJAN
PA68 SPHENOID WING MENINGIOMA AS A RARE CAUSE OF VISUAL LOSS: A CASE REPORT
Seyda Erdogan
, M. Arslantürk, H. Atilla, C.T. Isikay, TURKEY
PA69 CLINICAL SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND GENETIC INVESTIGATION IN BULGARIAN PATIENTS WITH LEBER’S HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY
Silvia Cherninkova
, B. Zaharova, R. Saraeva, А. Todorova, R. Kaneva, V. Bojinova, I. Tournev, BULGARIA
PA70 PRESERVATION OF VISION AND INDEPENDENCE: A 40 YEAR SHUNT HISTORY
Susanna Antal
, K.DM Resch, AUSTRIA
PA71 IMPORTANCE OF MACULAR OCT IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
Tamara Misljenovic Vuceric
, T. Vidovic, B. Cerovski, T. Caljkusic Mance, CROACIA
PA72 CONTINUOUS OPTIC NERVE ELECTROMAGNETIC STIMULATION IN THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS WITH PARTIAL OPTIC ATROPHY
D.V. Davydov
, Tamara R. Vybornaya, A.E. Yakovlev, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
PA73 OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY ANGIOGRAPHY OF RETINAL PERFUSION IN CHIASMAL COMPRESSION
Tomoaki Higashiyama
, Y. Nishida, M. Ohji, JAPAN
PA74 A PATIENT CENTRIC ACTIVITY IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND LIFECYCLE OF MEDICINES: KEY LEARNINGS FROM THE 1ST EUROPEAN PATIENT ADVISORY BOARD MEETING FOR LEBER’S HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY (LHON)
Vanessa Reis Ferreira
, SWITZERLAND
PA75 IDEBENONE IS EFFECTIVE AND WELL TOLERATED IN LEBER’S HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY (LHON): LONG TERM RESULTS OF REAL WORLD CLINICAL PRACTICE
Xavier Llòria
; C. Catarino; M. Silva; T. Klopstock, SWITZERLAND
PA76 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE WITH IDEBENONE IN THE TREATMENT OF PATIENTS HARBORING RARE MUTATIONS RELATED TO LEBER’S HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY (LHON)
Xavier Llòria
; C. Catarino; S. Downes; A. Vincent; S. Matloob; M. Silva; T. Klopstock, SWITZERLAND
PA77 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN RETINAL BIOMARKERS MEASURED BY OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN CHINESE ELDERLY: A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY
Yao-Lin Liu
, Y.-T. Hsieh, J.-H. Chen, J.-M. Chiou, Y.-C. Chen, TAIWAN
PA78 UNILATERAL DISC SWELLING – A DIAGNOSTIC DILEMMA
Yen Cheng
, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
PA79 MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS - CASE REPORT
Zsuzsa Flaskó
, Annamária Nagy, Valéria Nagy, HUNGARY
PA80 THREE-DIMENSIONAL VOLUME RENDERING OF OPTIC DISK DRUSEN
J. Emanuel de Carvalho
, Peter Maloca, Adnan Tufail, Axel Petzold, UNITED KINGDOM
PA81 PRELIMINARY BASELINE CHARACTERISTICS OF PATIENTS WITH LEBER HEREDITARY OPTIC NEUROPATHY (LHON) ENROLLED IN THE RESCUE AND REVERSE PHASE III CLINICAL GENE THERAPY TRIALS
Patrick Yu-Wai-Man
, UNITED KINGDOM
EFFERENT VISUAL SYSTEM,
ANISOCORIA, DISORDERS OF HIGHER VISUAL FUNCTION AND OTHER
PE01 RECURRENT OPHTHALMOPLEGIC CRANIAL NEUROPATHY
Andreia Soares
, R. Leite, C. Almeida, F. Vaz, PORTUGAL
PE02 AN UNUSUAL CAUSE OF VERTICAL DIPLOPIA AND VISUAL LOSS FOLLOWING TREATMENT OF A PITUITARY ADENOMA
Andrew Wenborn
, F. Bremner, UNITED KINGDOM
PE03 ASSESSMENT OF SMOOTH PURSUIT EYE MOVEMENTS IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Bálint Kincses
, B.J. Herák, N. Szabó, P. Faragó, A. Király, D. Veréb, E. Tóth, K. Kocsis, L. Vécsei, Zs.T. Kincses, HUNGARY
PE04 ABNORMAL OCULAR MOTOR FUNCTIONS IN AN ALS POPULATION
Bong-Hui Kang
, K.-J. Cho, SOUTH KOREA
PE05 PORGRESSIVE PTOSIS AND ENOPHTALMOS: A RARE BUT TYPICAL PRESENTATION
Cedric Mayer
, R. Mayer, SWITZERLAND
PE06 STEROID-DEPENDENT ORBITAL MYOSITIS: CASE REPORT
Eda Aslanbaba
, S. Erdogan, O. Eray Yalap, C. Togay Isikay, C. Yucesan, TURKEY
PE07 GABAPENTIN AND MEMANTINE IN TREATMENT OF ACQUIRED PENDULAR NYSTAGMUS RESULTS FROM A CROSS-OVER TRIAL
Elodie Nerrant
, L. Abouaf, F. Pollet-Villard, A.-L. Vie, S. Vulusic, A. Vighetto, C. Tilikete, FRANCE
PE08 MOG-ANTIBODY OPTIC NEURITIS: THE EARLY NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGIC ASSESSMENT
Elodie Nerrant
, L. Abouaf, F. Pollet-Villard, A.-L. Vie, S. Vukusic, A. Vighetto, C. Tilikete, FRANCE
PE09 HORNER SYNDROME ASSOCIATED WITH EAGLES SYNDROME: A CASE REPORT
Hale Batur Caglayan
, K. Kilic, M. Ucar, B. Nazliel, TURKEY
PE10 INVASIVE FUNGAL SINUSITIS WITH ORBITAL APEX SYNDROME – A CASE REPORT
Hui-Chen Cheng
, A.-G. Wang, TAIWAN
PE11 SURFACE ELECTROMYOGRAPHY CHANGES AFTER THE ELECTROSTIMULATION TREATMENT OF LATERAL MUSCLES IN CHILDREN WITH CONCOMITANT ESOTROPIA
Iryna Boichuk
, V. Mazur, UKRAINE
PE12 CLINICAL COURSE OF DISTANT ESOTROPIA (DIVERGENCE INSUFFICIENCY) IN PATIENTS WITH SPINOCEREBELLAR ATAXIA TYPE 3 (SCA3)
Jan Willem Pott
, R. Wasmann, J. de Vries, THE NETHERLANDS
PE13 COMPLETE UNILATERAL OPHTHALMOPLEGIA ASSOCIATED WIH HERPES ZOSTER OPHTHALMICUS
Joana C. Braga
, F. Neves, L. Ribeiro, D. Meira, PORTUGAL
PE14 ROLE OF OCULAR MOTOR, VESTIBULAR EXAMINATION AND THE VIDEO HEAD IMPULSE TEST (vHIT) IN THE STAGING OF THIAMINE DEFICIENCY
Jorge C Kattah
, USA
PE15 ARE YOU SURE, THE PROBLEM IS IN THE EYES? THE ROLE OF OPHTHALMOLOGY IN DIAGNOSING INTRACRANIAL TUMOURS
Kinga Vajda
, I.I. Gábos, Gy. Bátor, HUNGARY
PE16 AN UNCOMMON CAUSE OF ANISOCORIA: PIGMENTARY DISPERSION SYNDROME
Krisztina Knézy
, E. Maka, Z.Zs. Nagy, HUNGARY
PE17 ETIOLOGY AND NATURAL HISTORY OF THE ACQUIRED THIRD, FOURTH, AND SIXTH CRANIAL NERVE PALSY
Lock Hyun Ju
, H. J. Choi, J. W. Bang, SOUTH KOREA
PE18 HORNER SYNDROME AS THE FIRST MANIFESTATION OF CAROTID-CAVERNOUS FISTULA
Lorena Castillo
, C. Berrozpe, C. Gómez, SPAIN
PE19 THE PREVALENCE OF PEDUNCULAR HALLUCINOSIS IN A TERTIARY PAEDIATRIC NEURO-OPHTHALMIC CENTRE
Martin Wasik
, R. Edminson, G. Mole, D. Hildebrand, UNITED KINGDOM
PE20 THE USE OF COCAINE DROPS IN INFANTS WITH UNILATERAL MIOSIS
Robert Matthieu
, M. Gilles, C.Denier, C. Seghir, N. Boddaert, D. Bremond-Gignac, FRANCE
PE21 OBLIGATORY IMPAIRMENT OF VERTICAL VESTIBULO-OCULAR REFLEXES IN INTERNUCLEAR OPHTHALMOPLEGIA
G. Michael Halmagyi
, L. Chen, M.J. Todd, S.T. Aw, AUSTRALIA
PE22 HESS SCREEN TESTING SHOWS AN EXODEVIATION SHIFT COMPARED TO THE HARMS SCREEN TEST
Muriel Dysli
, D. Rappoport, T. Schmückle, C.J. Bockisch, K. Landau, K.P. Weber, SWITZERLAND
PE23 CLINICAL IMPROVEMENT IN INDIRECT CAROTID CAVERNOUS FISTULAS TREATED ENDOVASCULARLY
Nese Celebisoy
, F. Gokcay, G. Nur Gunes, D. Top Karti, S. Guven Yilmaz, A. Yagci, Celal Cinar, I. Oran, TURKEY
PE24 BILATERAL PTOSIS DUE TO MITOCHONDRIAL CYTOPATHY SECONDARY TO ANTIRETROVIRAL TREATMENT TOXICITY
Nilly Banayan
, P. Laforet, T. Stojkovic, A. Behin, C. Jardel, B. Bodaghi, P. Lehoang, V. Touitou, FRANCE
PE25 A CASE OF BILATERAL FOURTH NERVE PALSY ASSOCIATED WITH PSEUDOTUMOR CEREBRI SYNDROME
O.M. Gedar Totuk
, Nesrin Aldroubi, U. Aykan, TURKEY
PE26 BILATERAL OPTIC NEUROPATHY IN NON-HODGKING LYMPHOMA
Pedro Silva
, P. Simões, M. Cordeiro, D. C. Bruxelas, J. Costa, PORTUGAL
PE27 VISUAL AND POSITIONAL MODULATION OF PENDULAR SEESAW NYSTAGMUS
Sung-Hee Kim
, J.-S. Kim, REPUBLIC OF KOREA
PE28 LONGITUDINAL MULTI-MODAL NEUROIMAGING IN OPSOCLONUS-MYOCLONUS SYNDROME
Sun-Young Oh
, REPUBLIC OF KOREA
PE29 OPHTHALMOLOGICAL WARNING SIGNS IN A CEREBELLAR TUMOR
Susanna Maria Antal
, K.DM Resch, AUSTRIA
PE30 PITUITARY APOPLEXY PRESENTING AS ISOLATED THIRD CRANIAL NERVE PALSY: CASE REPORT
Tiago Maio
, J.A. Lemos, P. Tenedório, R. Gonçalves, P. Coelho, J. Moreira, F. Sampaio, PORTUGAL
PE31 A NOT OBVIOUS DIAGNOSIS OF EYELID “OEDEMA” - A LIFE-THREATENING CONDITION
Tiago Maio
, J.A. Lemos, P. Tenedório, R. Gonçalves, P. Coelho, J. Moreira, F. Sampaio, PORTUGAL
PE32 HISTORY OF NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY IN TURKEY
Tulay Kansu
, TURKEY
PE33 ARTERITIS TEMPORALIS: THREE RARE SYMPTOMS DIAGNOSED IN ONE CASE
Veronika Sarkany
, A. Koves, R. Kalman, A. Kerenyi, A. Szappanos, E. Kiss, HUNGARY
PE34 EARLY DETECTION OF DURAL CAROTID-CAVERNOUS FISTULA (CCF) BEFORE SUPERIOR OPHTHALMIC VEIN ENGORGEMENT WITH ONLY INTERMITTENT HEADACHE AND RAPIDLY PROGRESSING CRANIAL NERVE PALSY: A CASE REPORT
Yeon Woong Chung
, T. Y. La, REPUBLIC OF KOREA
PE35 RHINO-ORBITO-CEREBRAL MUCORMYCOSIS IN A DIABETIC PATIENT
Zehra Yavuz
, I. Sule Gul Ozer, S. Erdogan, A. Bingol, C. Togay Isikay, TURKEY
14:00-17:00 SYMPOSIUM 6.
NEURO-OPHTHALMIC APPLICATIONS OF EYE AND BRAIN IMAGING

Moderators: Cameron Parsa, FRANCE & Gábor Somfai, HUNGARY
14:00-15:20 IMAGING I
14:00-14:30 LASER SPECKLE BLOOD FLOW AND OCT ANGIOGRAPHY: NEW ASPECTS OF IMAGING OCULAR BLOOD FLOW IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
Randy H. Kardon
, C. Starkey, J.M. Full, A. Ketcham, B. Tong, G. Pierce, S. Holwerda, J. Fiedorowicz, USA
14:30-14:50 INTRODUCTION: WHAT IS ADAPTIVE OPTICS?
Kristina Irsch
, USA
14:50-15:10 IN VIVO CHARACTERIZATION OF LAMINA CRIBROSA PORE MORPHOLOGY
Stèphanie Zwillinger
, C. Baudouin, M. Paques, FRANCE
15:10-15:20 Discussion
15:20-15:40 Break
15:40-17:00 IMAGING II.
15:40-16:00 PEERING AT SENSORY AND NEURAL RETINA: OVERLAP RETINA-NEURO-OPHTHALMIC SYNDROMES
Kiyoko Gocho
, JAPAN
16:00-16:20 ADAPTIVE OPTICS IMAGING OF THE RETINA
Michel Paques
, FRANCE
16:20-16:50 KEYNOTE LECTURE 4.
FAST 3D IMAGING OF NEURONAL AND DENDRITIC SPINE ASSEMBLIES IN THE VISUAL CORTEX TO UNDERSTAND NEURONAL COMPUTATION IN BEHAVING ANIMALS
G. Szalay
, L. Judák, G. Katona, P. Maák, K. Ócsai, M. Veress, Z. Szadai, T. Tompa, B. Chiovini, Balázs Rózsa, HUNGARY
16:50-17:00 Discussion
17:00-18.00 MINI SYMPOSIUM 2.
FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY

Moderators: Klara Landau, SWITZERLAND & Walter Jay, USA
17:00-17:15 MANAGEMENT OF GIANT CELL ARTERITIS – WHAT’S NEW?
Klara Landau
, SWITZERLAND
17:15-17:30 TABLETS AND SMARTPHONE ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES FOR NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGICAL CONDITIONS
Walter M. Jay
, USA
17:30-17:45 AMBLYOPIA: FROM A PEDIATRIC TO A NEURO-OPHTHALMIC DISORDER
Hana Leiba
, ISRAEL
17:45-18:00 STRABISMUS MEASUREMENTS WITH NOVEL VIDEO GOGGLES
Konrad P. Weber
, SWITZERLAND
19:00 GALA DINNER


Wednesday, September 13, 2017
8:00-9:00 GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING
9:00-10:30 SYMPOSIUM 7.
UNEXPLAINED VISUAL LOSS ILLUSTRATED BY CASE PRESENTATIONS

Moderators: Marko Hawlina, SLOVENIA and Marta Janaky, HUNGARY
9:00-9:20 HOW TO APPROACH A PATIENT WITH UNEXPLAINED VISUAL LOSS?
Marko Hawlina
, SLOVENIA
9:20-9:40 POSSIBLE CAUSES OF UNEXPLAINED VISUAL LOSS
Marta Janaky
, HUNGARY
9:40-10:05 PSYCHOGENIC (NONORGANIC) DISORDERS IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
Patrick J. Lavin
, USA
10:05-10:20 HOW TO EXPLAIN A “FLAT” ELECTRORETINOGRAM WHEN A PATIENT WITH LEBER’S CONGENITAL AMAUROSIS ISN’T BLIND
Cameron F. Parsa
, FRANCE; A.R. Taylor, BELGIUM
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-11:40 EUNOS LECTURE
CONTROVERSIES IN NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
Neil R. Miller
, USA
11:40-11:50 Discussion
11:50-12:55 MINI SYMPOSIUM 4.
FREE PAPERS
11:50-11:55 Introduction
Fion Bremner, UNITED KINGDOM & Anat Kesler, ISRAEL
11:55-12:02 EFFECT OF FLOW MODIFICATION IN THE TREATMENT OF ANEURYSM-RELATED CRANIAL NERVE COMPRESSION SYMPTOMS
Zsolt Berentei
, B. Salomvary, M. Marosfoi, I. Gubucz, A. Vadasz, I. Szikora, HUNGARY
12:02-12:04 Discussion
12:04-12:11 DO OPTIC CANAL DIMENSIONS INFLUENCE THE DEGREE OF PAPILLOEDEMA IN IDIOPATHIC INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION?
Revelle Littlewood
, N. Skipper, M. Igra, P. Armitage, P. Laud, S. Mollan, B. Sharrack, I. Pepper, R. Batty, D. Connolly, S. Hickman, UNITED KINGDOM
12:11-12:13 Discussion
12:13-12:20 ASSESSMENT OF CYCLOTORSION USING SLO FUNDUS IMAGING IN PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT FOURTH CRANIAL NERVE PALSY
M. S. Kanku
, G.P. Jaggi, K. Landau, Ghislaine L. Traber, SWITZERLAND
12:20-12:22 Discussion
12:22-12:29 TOCILIZUMAB IN PATIENTS WITH GIANT CELL ARTERITIS: RESULTS FROM A PHASE 3 RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL
Susan P. Mollan
, K. Tuckwell, S. Dimonaco, M. Klearman, N. Collinson, J.H. Stone, UNITED KINGDOM
12:29-12:31 Discussion
12:31-12:38 CLINICAL FEATURES OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS IN A REGIONAL HOSPITAL IN NORTH WEST IRELAND
Esraa Hegazy
, L. Kobayter, S. Chetty, IRELAND
12:38-12:40 Discussion
12:40-12:45 MICROPERIMETRY IN OPTIC NEURITIS DUE TO MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
Elena E. Ioyleva
, M.S. Krivosheeva, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
12:45-12:47 Discussion
12:47-12:53 SYNCHRONIZED PUPILLARY AND NASAL CYCLING: EVIDENCE FOR A CENTRAL AUTONOMIC PENDULUM?
Fion Bremner
, J. Nordstrom, UNITED KINGDOM
12:53-12:55 Discussion
12:55-13:00 CLOSING REMARKS OF EUNOS 2017
13:00 Certificate of attendance
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