Presbyopia IOLs – The Right Optical Pathways (S13)

Co-hosted by the Japanese Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery (JSCRS)
date-02Saturday, 3 June 2017
time14:00 – 15:30hrs
locationHangzhou Hall 1

With the plethora of multifocal IOLs available today, it is timely to revisit all the options currently available. Together with a comprehensive overview of multifocal IOLs, experts will consider alternatives and newer concepts including laser blended vision, monovision, corneal inlays, and depth of focus enhancement.

Chairs:
Hiroko BISSEN-MIYAJIMA (Japan) • John CHANG (Hong Kong)

Time Presentation Topic Speaker
14:00 – 14:08hrs Patient’s Preference for Near Addition of Multifocal IOL Hiroko BISSEN-MIYAJIMA
Japan
14:10 – 14:18hrs Multifocal or Extended-depth-of-focus IOL – Perfecting Patient Selection Michael KNORZ
Germany
14:20 – 14:28hrs Analysis of Optical Pathway of EDOF and Trifocal Intraocular Lenses Gerd AUFFARTH
Germany
14:30 – 14:38hrs Clinical Results of EDOF IOL Implantation in Asian Eye Hungwon TCHAH
South Korea
14:40 – 14:48hrs Visual Outcomes of Cataract Surgery with Implantation of AT LISA tri 839MP GUO Hai-ke
China
14:50 – 14:58hrs Trifocal IOLs: When to Use Them and What to Expect Michael LAWLESS
Australia
15:00 – 15:08hrs Extended Range of Vision (EROV) Lenses in Patients After LASIK Kumar DOCTOR
India
15:10 – 15:18hrs Should We Implant MFIOL When There is a PC Tear? John CHANG
Hong Kong
15:20 – 15:28hrs Pseudophakic Monovision Using Monofocal and Multifocal Intraocular Lenses: Hybrid Monovision Yoshihiko IIDA
Japan
15:30 – 15:38hrs Visual Performance of Pinhole – IC 8 – Intraocular Lens in Cataract Patients: Two year follow up Matteo PIOVELLA
Italy