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NAVIGATING THE NEW NORMAL IN

RETINAL SURGERY

NAVIGATING THE
NEW NORMAL IN

RETINAL SURGERY

SUNDAY, 10TH OCTOBER 2021
ITC Grand Chola, Chennai, India

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About the Conference

Reticon, an initiative of Dr. Agarwal’s Retina Foundation, is a 11th scientific meet to disseminate the advancement and current happenings in the posterior segment (Vitreo-Retina) ophthalmic surgeries and diagnosis. The practicing Ophthalmologists from abroad and other parts of India are attending the meet and will witness the happening in different retinal disorder.

The primary goal of this conference is to bring together more than 10,000 vitreo retinal specialists and fellows to acquire an update on the latest techniques and technology of vitreo retina disorder management that are constantly evolving. It also provides an opportunity to the post graduates and general ophthalmologists to sneak a quick look on the progression in diagnostics and treatment options in the vitreo retinal speciality. The vitreo retinal specialists will obtain updates on the recent new development and management of vitreo retinal diseases in this Symposium.

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11th RETICON 2021

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AGENDA


Moderator - Palanivel V
Panellist - Ramana Kumar, Parveen Sen, Jabeen Naz, Vasumathy Vedantham, Jayashree Arunaprakash
Time Topic Chair / Speaker
09:00 - 09:07 Fundus Fluorescein Angiography Dheepak Sundar
09:07 - 09:14 OCT Made easy Ramana Kumar
09:14 - 09:21 Pearls for OCT Angio Parveen Sen
09:21 - 09:28 Proteomics of Refractory DME - Cytokines relays Gopal Pillai
09:28 - 09:35 IPCV Decoded Munna Bhende
09:35 - 09:42 Broluscizumab in resistant and naive CNVM Prashant Bawankule
09:42 - 09:49 ROP Screening Laser Injection Vasumathy Vedantham
09:49 - 10:00 Panel Discussion
Moderator - MP Shanmugam
Panellist - Pramod Bhende, Anand Rajendran, Natarajan S, Saravanan VR, Nilesh Kanjani
Time Topic Chair / Speaker
10:00 - 10:07 Anterior vitrectomy for Anterior segement surgeons Manoj Khatri
10:07 - 10:14 MIVS Nilesh Kanjani
10:14 - 10:21 Pearls in Diabetic Viterctomy Anand Rajendran
10:21 - 10:28 Pearls in GRT MP Shanmugam
10:28 - 10:35 Pearls in Ocular Oncology MP Shanmugam
10:35 - 10:42 Pearls in ROP Surgery Parveen Sen
10:42 - 10:49 Pearls in Macular hole surgery Saravanan VR
10:49 - 10:56 Pearls in Ocular Trauma Natarajan S
10:56 - 11:03 Pearls in Coloboma RD Pramod Bhende
11:03 - 11:10 Managing Glaucoma post VR surgery- practice pearls Murali Ariga
11:10 - 11:30 Panel Discussion
11:30 - 12:00 Inauguration
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
Moderator - Atul Dhawan
Panellist - Savaranan VR, MP Shanmugam, Natarajan S, Pramod Bhende, Anand Rajendran
Time Topic Chair / Speaker
13:00 - 13:07 IOFB Saravanan VR
13:07 - 13:14 Sub retinal Hemerage MP Shanmugam
13:14 - 13:21 Combination Technique in FTMH Atul Dhawan
13:21 - 13:28 Close Funnel RD Natarajan S
13:28 - 13:35 Recurrent RD post SB for Retinal dialysis- How to manage? Pramod Bhende
13:35 - 13:42 Dealing with Complex Tractional Detachments Anand Rajendran
13:42 - 14:00 Panel Discussion
Moderator - Padma Preetha
Panellist - Nasiq Hasan, Santosh Balasubramaniam, Jyosthna Rajagopalan, Mohan Raj, Amit Basia, Chanakya Arora
Time Topic Chair / Speaker
14:00 - 14:07 Unusual FTMH Closure Padma Preetha
14:07 - 14:14 Vitreoretinal Lymphoma Nasiq Hasan
14:14 - 14:21 A rare case of visual recovery post CRAO in a patient diagnosed with Atrial Myxoma Santosh Balasubramanyam
14:21 - 14:28 Optic Disk Melanocytoma Jyosthna Rajagopalan
14:28 - 14:35 Rhegmatogenous Choroidal detachment during surgery Mohan Raj
14:35 - 14:42 Drishyam - A Diagnostic unfolding Amit Basia
14:42 - 14:49 Anti Vegf in Management of nAMD and PCV Manoj Khatri
14:49 - 15:00 Panel Discussion

AGENDA

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A huge thanks to all our amazing partners. We couldn’t have a conference without you!

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Navigating the new normal in Retinal Surgery

SUNDAY, 10TH OCTOBER 2021