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Fabian Lerner

Fabian Lerner
Thursday, March 1
 

7:00am EST

Moderated Poster Session (PO001-PO049) Astor Ballroom PO001: Long-Term Iop Control With One, Two, Or Three Trabecular Micro-Bypass Stents For Open Angle Glaucoma: 54 Month Outcomes Astor BallroomOluwatosin Smith MD PO002: Long-Term Outcomes Of A Prospective Study Of Two Trabecular Micro-Bypass Stents Vs. Prostaglandin In Newly Diagnosed Open-Angle Glaucoma: 5-Year Follow-Up Astor BallroomRobert Fechtner MD PO003: Comparison Of One Vs. Two Trabecular Micro-Bypass Stents Astor BallroomSien Chen MD PO004: Outcomes Through 48 Months Following Standalone Implantation Of Migs With 2 Trabecular Bypass Stents In Eyes With Oag Not Controlled On 1 Medication Astor BallroomJason Bacharach MD PO005: Long-Term 48-Month Outcomes Of Refractory Glaucoma Patients Treated With Two Trabecular Micro-Bypass Stents, One Suprachoroidal Stent, And A Topical Prostaglandin. Astor BallroomHady Saheb MD MPH PO007: Treatment With Standalone Implantation Of 2 Trabecular Micro-Bypass Stents Combined With Topical Prostaglandin In OAG On 2 Preoperative Medications: 4-Year Outcomes. Astor BallroomSteven Vold MD PO009: IOP And Medication Reduction After MIGS With Second-Generation Trabecular Bypass Stents In OAG Subjects On 1 Preoperative Medication: 30-Month Post-Op Outcomes Astor BallroomSavak Teymoorian MD MBA PO015: Histologic Analysis Of Trabecular Meshwork Obtained From Kahook Dual Blade Goniotomy Astor BallroomSwarup Swaminathan MD PO016: Early Results Of The Kahook Dual Blade, A Novel Device For The Treatment Of Glaucoma Astor BallroomDavinder Grover MD MPH PO018: Six-Month Outcomes Of Goniotomy Performed With The Kahook Dual Blade As A Stand-Alone Glaucoma Procedure Astor BallroomSyril Dorairaj MD PO021: Evaluation Of Efficacy Of Xen Gel Stent - 6 Month Follow-Up Astor BallroomMarc Toeteberg-Harms MD FEBO PO022: Supraciliary Micro-Stent Is Associated With Lack Of Disease Progression And Minimum Usage Of IOP Lowering Medications In Patients With Poag 2-Years Post-Implantation Astor BallroomBrian Flowers MD PO023: Evaluation Of A 24 Hour Circadian Rhythm Model For Iop After Implant With A Supraciliary Micro-Stent Astor BallroomBrian A. Francis MD PO025: Efficacy And Safety Of ABIC In Primary Open Angle Glaucoma (POAG) Over An 18-Month Period Astor BallroomMahmoud Khaimi PO029: Is There A Role For Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery In Lowering Intraocular Pressure In Presence Of Prior Incisional Glaucoma Surgeries? Astor BallroomShakeel R. Shareef MD PO030: Qualitative Input To Develop A Health-Related Quality-Of-Life Survey For Glaucoma Patients With Micro-Invasive Glaucoma Devices Astor BallroomQi Cui MD PhD PO032: Efficacy Of Goniosurgery For Newborn Versus Infantile Primary Congenital Glaucoma Astor BallroomHelen Yeung MD PO033: Effectiveness Of 360 Degree Trabeculotomy In Childhood Glaucoma Astor BallroomAnna Do MD PO038: Pupillary Mydriasis And Recovery After Transscleral Micropulse Cyclophotocoagulation Astor BallroomMarisse Masis MD PO041: Results Of Transscleral Diode Cpc In Patients With Good Central Vision Astor BallroomJason Smart MD

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Friday, March 2
 

6:30am EST

7:00am EST

PO050: Gonioscopy Score And Anterior Segment Parameters As Predictors Of Intraocular Pressure Reduction After Phacoemulsification Astor BallroomClaudio Perez MD PO053: Plateau Iris Configuration As A POssible Structural Risk Factor For Drug-Induced Ciliochoroidal Effusion Mechanism Of Acute Angle-Closure Crisis Astor BallroomErin Boese MD PO059: Contralateral Eyes Of Advanced Glaucomatous Eyes Exhibit Accelerated Rate Of Structural Progression Astor BallroomGadi Wollstein MD PO060: Characterization Of Wedge-Shaped Defects In Prelaminar Tissue In Eyes With Primary Open Angle Glaucoma Astor BallroomCarolina A. Chiou BS PO063: Visual Field Testing In A Portable Virtual Reality Environment Astor BallroomYvonne Buys MD PO067: Association Between Visual Field And Cognitive Impairment In Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma Patients Astor BallroomMakayla McCoskey BS PO068: Test-Retest Repeatability Of A Novel Computer-Based Contrast Sensitivity Test: The Spaeth / Richman Contrast Sensitivity Test (Sparcs) Astor BallroomMichael Waisbourd MD PO071: Interim Results Of A Prospective, Randomized Phase 2 Study Evaluating The Safety And Efficacy Of Travoprost Intraocular Implants: 3-Month Outcomes Astor BallroomSteven Sarkisian MD PO072: Patient Perspectives On Sustained Release Therapies For Glaucoma Astor BallroomNirmal Gosalia BA PO073: Once-Daily Fixed-Dose Combination Of Netarsudil 0.02% And Latanoprost 0.005% In Ocular Hypertension Or Open-Angle Glaucoma, The Mercury-2 Study Astor BallroomTom Walters MD PO074: Once-Daily Fixed-Dose Combination Of Netarsudil 0.02% And Latanoprost 0.005% In Ocular Hypertension/Open-Angle Glaucoma: 12-Month Data From Mercury-1 Astor BallroomJacob W. Brubaker MD PO075: Once-Daily Netarsudil 0.02% Vs Twice-Daily Timolol Maleate 0.5% In Ocular Hypertension Or Open-Angle Glaucoma, The Rocket-4 Study Astor BallroomAlbert Khouri MD PO076: Prospective Multicenter Trial Of A Compounded Fixed Combination Of Latanoprost 0.005%, Dorzolamide Hydrochloride 2%, Timolol Maleate 0.5%, Brimonidine Tartrate 0.2% For Glaucoma Astor BallroomLauren Seo BA PO077: A Randomized, Double-Masked, Placebo-Controlled Trial Of The Efficacy Of A Novel Neuroprotective Combination For Reversing Mitochondrial Dysfunction In Glaucoma Astor BallroomRobert Ritch MD PO087: The Ability Of Patients To Measure Their Own Intraocular Pressure Using A Rebound Tonometer Astor BallroomAndrew Tatham FRCOphth PO088: Effect Of Near Work On Intraocular Pressure Astor BallroomAaron Priluck BSE PO092: Loxl1 Role In Exfoliation Glaucoma Astor BallroomJ. Mario Wolosin PhD PO095: The Effect Of Postural Changes On The Trans Lamina Cribrosa Pressure Difference - A Pilot Study Astor BallroomAvner Belkin MD

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Saturday, March 3
 

7:00am EST

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11:05am EST

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4:00pm EST

 
Sunday, March 4
 

8:00am EST