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Floretina Icoor Meeting 2022

Floretina Icoor Meeting 2022
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Next edition of our Floretina-Icoor Meeting will be held in Rome.

As per tradition, the programme will cover the main topics in both surgical and medical retina, offering the usual stimulating format of plenary and parallel sessions, interaction with the Sponsors and educational live surgery. Stay tuned!


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Webinars

Floretina Webinars

Floretina.com offers a number of live webinars on different topics throughout the year. They are traditionally planned on Tuesday, at 6.30pm CET/CEST, but if that does not fit with your time zone, you can always watch the webcast at any time, as we record all sessions and upload them in the Webinars Archive.
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in medical retina

A new section focused on macular diseases, with different educational proposals. Companies are invited to contribute to this section, where the debate on the latest treatment options available is particularly trendy.

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Edu Quiz

EDU QUIZ

Test your knowledge on retinal fluid. Your answers will be compared and discussed by our Experts.

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Live webinar

Live Webinar

Featuring Real Life Challenges in Medical Retina, the webinar held on April 26, 2022

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Live webinar

Live Webinar

Featuring Clinical Experiences in nAMD treatment, the webinar held on 3 May 2022.

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Hot topics from editors

The editorial team* at Floretina.com is committed to select the news of the month. We will interview established physicians, as well as young ophthalmologists, scientific advisors and Industry representatives. Register on the website to receive news notifications!
*Timothy Norris has been working for ten years in medical communication in the field of ophthalmology. He regularly collaborates as journalist, medical writer and copywriter with influential newspapers and specialised agencies, including Ocular Surgery News, Eyeworld, Retina Today and Media Mice. He is currently working for the media agency Etcetera Communication.

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Home Monitoring, a pathway to personalisation
Home Monitoring, a pathway to personalisation
Jun 07, 2022

A new idea to bridge the gap between patient and physician: among the most recent innovations in ophthalmology, and retina in particular, the development of home monitoring systems shows potential to improve efficacy of treatment and care. Read more

Post hoc analysis of trial data shows rapid DR progression In untreated fellow eyes
Post hoc analysis of trial data shows rapid DR progression In untreated fellow eyes
Apr 30, 2022

Untreated fellow eyes of patients with moderately severe to severe nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy (NPDR) are at risk of rapid disease progression and vision loss, according to researchers from the Mayo Clinic of Rochester, Minnesota. Read more

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Scientific news

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Diabetic macular edema: OCT retinal biomarkers as predictive factors of treatment response and long-term visual outcome
Francesco Gelormini Federico Ricardi Enrico Borrelli
Diabetic macular edema: OCT retinal biomarkers as predictive factors of treatment response and long-term visual outcome

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is the leading cause of blindness in working-aged people worldwide[1]. Diabetic macular edema (DME) occurs in nearly 12% of patients with DR and represents a frequent complication of diabetes resulting from disruption of blood-retinal barrier and accumulation of fluid in the retina, which can lead to significant central visual loss if left untreated[2]. Read more

Literature review
Choroidal imaging in uveitis: an update
Choroidal imaging in uveitis: an update

Abstract: our literature review on the article published on January 06, 2022 on Survey of Ophthalmology (Copyright © 2022 Elsevier Inc.). With wider application of multimodal imaging, every imaging technique finds its place in the clinical practice to improve classification of inflammatory diseases for improved patient care and their response to therapy. Read more

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Videolibrary

This section features the video recordings of

  • the live surgery sessions held during the past editions of Floretina Meetings
  • the live surgery sessions webcasted from a specific Centre

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Advancing from optical microscopy to 3D Visualization
Advancing from optical microscopy to 3D Visualization
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3D VITRECTOMY ENHANCING VISUALIZATION WITH DIGITAL COLOR CHANNELS
3D VITRECTOMY ENHANCING VISUALIZATION WITH DIGITAL COLOR CHANNELS
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Comparative analysis of 23-, 25-, and 27 gauge vireous forceps stiffness and related displacemene
Comparative analysis of 23-, 25-, and 27 gauge vireous forceps stiffness and related displacemene
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The repository of retina images

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We welcome professionals, researchers, industry contributors who are registered on Floretina.com to upload and share their diagrams and figures illustrating retinal anatomy or clinical techniques, case series, and ultrasound images. Please read our terms of use and upload your picture.

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RPE tear
RPE tear

Imaging device: A. Color fundus photography, angle 89°, Nidek, B. retromode

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Proliferative Diabetic retinopathy
Proliferative Diabetic retinopathy

Description: 45 Y/O male with proliferative diabetic retinopathy treated with laser. A retinal neovessel (blue arrow), Intraretinal Microvascular Abnormality (IrMA) (yellow arrow) are evident

Imaging device: Ultrawidefield color fundus photograph 163°, Nidek

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Neovascular AMD
Neovascular AMD

Imaging device: A.Color fundus photography, angle 89°, Nidek; B. Structural OCT

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Clinical cases

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Clinical case of the month
Fish Tail flecks
Fish Tail flecks

A 55-year-old male patient was referred to our medical retina unit for bilateral vision loss occurred in the last year. Fundus examination revealed bilateral macular atrophy with foveal sparing surrounded by yellowish ‘fish tail flecks’ all over the posterior pole. SD-OCT, FAF, FA and ERG were performed. Genetic evaluation confirmed diagnosis of Stargardt Disease.

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