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2016 ASCRS New Orleans Daily Wednesday-Ezine

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ASCRS•ASOA SYMPOSIUM & CONGRESS, SAN DIEGO 2015 Wednesday, May 11, 2016 digital.eyeworld.org EyeWorld Daily News • The official ASCRS•ASOA Show Daily Dr. Brown, Dr. Chan, Dr. Donnenfeld, Dr. Malyugin, Dr. Chang, and Dr. Tipperman pose after the Best of ASCRS 2016 session. They served as panelists during the session. continued on page 3 continued on page 3 by Ellen Stodola EyeWorld Senior Staff Writer The best of ASCRS 2016 by Liz Hillman EyeWorld Staff Writer X-Rounds session gives quick insights into what experts are thinking on variety of topics MD, Moscow. Speakers during the session included Neel Desai, MD, Clearwater, Florida, W. Barry Lee, MD, Atlanta, Dr. Malyugin, Robert Noecker, MD, Fairfield, Connecti- cut, and Richard Tipperman, MD, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. Dr. Tipperman presented 3 top cataract papers. The first looked at the prevalence of glaucoma in cata- ract patients. This shows the opportunity for MIGS procedures, Dr. Brown said, and it's so important to be thinking T o conclude the 2016 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress, the last general session on Tuesday after- noon was "The Best of ASCRS 2016." This session featured a wrap-up of some of the most important and interesting papers from the meeting as a whole. Eric Donnenfeld, MD, Rockville Centre, New York, moderated the session with panelists Reay Brown, MD, Atlanta, Clara Chan, MD, Toron- to, David Chang, MD, Los Altos, California, and Boris Malyugin, A little bit of fun and a lot of education in lively symposium A s if the meeting in the Big Easy was not going fast enough, "X-Rounds: Refractive Surgery to the Max" on Tuesday, the last day of the ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress, provided a rapid-fire, interactive symposium designed to give the audience diverse insights from some of the field's leading experts. Moderator Eric Donnenfeld, MD, Rockville Centre, New York, introduced the panelists—David Chang, MD, Los Altos, California; Bonnie Henderson, MD, Boston; Stephen Lane, MD, Stillwater, Min- nesota; Richard Lindstrom, MD, Minneapolis; Stephen Slade, MD, Houston; and Kerry Solomon, MD, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina—as the X-Men in the field of cataract and refractive surgery. "What makes the X-Rounds special is we incorporate a little bit of fun into our session and also a lot of education. As the audience, you get to decide the talks you like best," Dr. Donnenfeld said. And then they were off. The first topic had panelists sharing what they are doing differently this year in practice Dr. Henderson, Dr. Lane, Dr. Lindstrom, Dr. Slade, and Dr. Solomon give short presentations on various topics in "X-Rounds: Refractive Surgery to the Max." Now Live at EWrePlay.org

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