Dr Ibáñez and Dr Arruga will attend the 11th Symposium on Controversies in Ophthalmology

Dr Ibáñez and Dr Arruga will attend the 11th Symposium on Controversies in Ophthalmology

Dr Núria Ibáñez, responsible for the Department of Orbit and Oculoplasty at Institut Català de Retina, will attend on 19th February the IX Symposium on Controversies in Ophthalmology, chaired by Dr Jordi Arruga, Head of ICR Department of Neurophthalmology and by Dr. Manel Quintana.

The symposium’s 11th edition will be held at Hospital Universitari de Bellvitge and will gather professionals in Ophthalmology from all over Spain, with the aim of debating innovative subjects within the area of Medical and Surgical Diagnostic of Eye Diseases.

The symposium will begin with an opening ceremony at 8:45 h lead by Dr Rafael Máñez. The morning session will deal with subjects such as Anophthalmic cavities: the use of surgical pearls and management of orbital volume, as well as Postoperative management and complications in filtering surgery.

Dr Ibáñez will participate in the round table held at 13:30 h at the beginning of afternoon’s session which will deal with Guidance to diagnosis and therapeutic management in palpebral malposition. The round table will be chaired by Dr. Maravilla Abias.

The last round table will address the different kinds of glaucoma surgeries and which one to choose. The event will come to an end around 16:30 with the closing ceremony.

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