Be up to date and build your experience if you want to make the most from the potential of the new imaging technologies and to propose the best new treatments available.

 

This will be one of the goals of the next edition of the San Raffaele OCT Forum: the integration of the new available technologies and treatments into the clinical practice, not only for the sake of research, but mainly because they are crucial for retinal disease diagnosis and therapy. We will listen to the main opinion leaders: some of the most well-known international specialists will be in Milan, at the Fondazione Cariplo Congress Center, on April 13 and 14  2018, discussing topics that nowadays involve all ophthalmologists in their practice: OCT, OCTA and ultra-widefield imaging, clinical trials, new drugs and new laser treatments.

 

The congress program will include presentations on imaging, focus on therapies, updates on treatments for maculopathy, vascular and retinal diseases. In particular, some of the most important researchers will show the results of the last trials conducted in their clinical investigation centres.

 

The congress will be an opportunity also for young ophthalmologists. Professor Bandello and Professor Querques have designed a special session, based on the format of previous years: clinical – often challenging – case short presentations, where expert Speakers will give voice to residents and fellows. The patient is thus virtually “visited” by a panel of international experienced ophthalmologists, sharing diagnostic evaluations and discussing the most appropriate therapies.

 

Last year, the clinical cases presented during the 3rd OCT Forum have been published on the journal Ophthalmology @ Point Of Care: residents and young ophthalmologists, do not lose this opportunity and make profit of the presence in Milan of the 4th OCT Forum international faculty!

 

The congress will also give the chance to try directly the latest technologies for retinal imaging, therefore young ophthalmologists can learn in an informal and friendly environment.