34th APACRS-2022 KSCRS Joint Meeting Final Program

FILM FESTIVAL 82 Film Festival FF4 - General Interest Title Producer FF4-01 Dark Side of the Lens Ronald YEOH Singapore Intraoperative OCT or optical coherence tomography has been gaining traction and is gaining wider acceptance as a useful adjunct in teaching, researching, and improving cataract surgery outcomes. This movie focuses on the crystalline lens and in particular how iOCT can help us image the posterior capsule more clearly. We will look at posterior capsule pathology, posterior capsule ruptures, and introduce a useful new iOCT sign of posterior capsule rupture. FF4-02 CSI Heidelberg: A view from inside Gerd AUFFARTH Germany Complex optics or optical systems are sometimes difficult to implant. How does it look from the inside of the eye using the Myaki Apple technique and other techniques at the D.J. Apple International Laboratory for Ocular Pathology? We look at the performance of new systems such as the Samsara Implantable Miniature Telescope (IMT) for AMD and duet implantations and other specific optics, and analyze the performance in the capsular bag. The video analysis shows what implants are easy and what implants are difficult to implant, what structures can be altered or how secure and safe these implantations are. FF4-03 Microinvasive Surgery to Solve a Rare Ophthalmic Disease Karl BRASSE Netherlands Case report of a 24-year-old female patient almost blinded by massive vitreous membranes of unknown origin already scheduled for a vitrectomy came for a second opinion. Primary vitreoretinal amyloidosis was diagnosed. A PPV treatment could be avoided by simply performing a YAG laser T-membranotomy of the detached and opaque posterior vitreous membrane without any complications and reaching full rehabilitation of the patient. FF4-04 Paradigm Shift of Ophthalmic Surgery Anesthesia Santaro NOGUCHI Japan We have succeeded in developing a low-concentration nitrous oxide gas anesthesia (l-NOGA) for eye surgery. l-NOGA could make it possible to greatly improve pain, fear, nervousness, blood pressure and heart rate elevation, and claustrophobia during surgery. l-NOGA has no side effects of respiratory depression or blood pressure reduction. We believe l-NOGA will change the history of eye surgery. FF4-05 Minimally Invasive Cataract Surgery using Heads-up Surgery Hisaharu SUZUKI Japan Heads-up surgery (HUS) not only reduces fatigue on the surgeon’s body, but can also be expected to advance various surgeries. Can HUS be a minimally invasive procedure in cataract surgery? HUS is expected to be effective in pushing to the next stage in cataract surgery. We will show the video on clinical and experimental evaluation on HUS. FF4-06 Novel Ahmed Glaucoma Valve Implantation Technique in Advanced Glaucoma Yoichiro MASUDA Japan Although the Ahmed Glaucoma Valve (AGV) is useful, it has a low success rate in neovascular glaucoma and Sturge-Weber Syndrome due to encapsulated cyst formation caused by vigorous fibrovascular membrane growth. We have devised a new AGV surgical technique for such refractory glaucoma and have achieved good surgical results, and would like to introduce this technique. FF4-07 Out of the Dark Yanuar ALI Indonesia Everyone has the right to eye treatment. But what if you live in the corners of Papua where some are conflict zones? It is complicated for a Papuan to get to the city and receive treatment. Can they still claim their rights? Yes. The ophthalmologist would come to them. Since 2003, a team of ophthalmologists and nurses regularly perform mass cataract surgery in remote regencies of Papua, led by Dr. Yanuar Ali of Dian Harapan Hospital. They have had over 100 successful operations during their outreach program. In this film, he will share the challenges they have to deal with, how to overcome them, and why it is crucial to keep the program going to bring Papuans out of the dark.