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e-P01
Comfort and lenses
DRYNESS AND OCULAR DISCOMFORT OF SILICON HYDROGEL CONTACT LENSES
CELIK T.(1)
(1) Bulent Ecevit University Faculty of Medicine, Zonguldak TURKEY

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e-P02
Comfort and lenses
THERAPEUTIC LENS APPLICATION IN CONGENITAL EPIBLEPHARON
CIFTCI F.(1), SAHAN B.(1), OZTURK V.(1)
(1) Yeditepe University, Istanbul TURKEY

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e-P03
Comfort and lenses
RELATING IN VITRO FRICTIONAL ENERGY AND IN VIVO CLINICAL COMFORT FOR TWO CONTACT LENS MATERAILS
TOSATTI S.(1), STERNER O.(1), SCALES C.(2), PALL B.(2), JOHNSON B.(2), MAGGIO T.(2), ROCHER I.(3)
(1) SuSoS, Zurick SWITZERLAND
(2) Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Inc, Jacksonville, Fl UNITED STATES
(3) Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Issy Les Moulineaux FRANCE

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e-P04
Comfort and lenses
COMPARISON OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT AND HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT FLUORESCEIN IN CONTACT LENS PRACTICE
BALGALVE A.(1), DETKOVA K.(2)
(1) Spidolas optika, Lielvarde LATVIA
(2) Center of Optometry, Riga LATVIA

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e-P05
Comfort and lenses
EXPLORING VARIABILITY IN SOFT CONTACT LENS PERFORMANCE THROUGHOUT THE DAY
ROCHER I.(1), MATHEWS K.(2)
(1) Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Issy Les Moulineaux FRANCE
(2) Kadence, London UNITED KINGDOM

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e-P06
Comfort and lenses
NEW INDICATIONS OF CONTACT LENSES OVER GLASSES FOR THE YOUNGER AGE GROUP: PROMOTE THE RAPID COMMUNITY INTEGRATION AND PROMOTE THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RELATIONSHIP
VEGH M.(1), NAGY G.(2), RÉZ K.(2), TAPASZTÓ B.(2)
(1) University of Szeged, Szeged HUNGARY
(2) Semmelweis University, Budapest HUNGARY

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e-P07
Comfort and lenses
COMPARISON STUDY OF DRY EYE SYNDROME CLINICAL SIGNS IN SILICONE HYDROGEL AND ONE-DAY HYPERGEL CONTACT LENS WEARERS
LEVCHENKO Y.(1)
(1) Krasnoyarsk clinical ophthalmological hospital, , Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk RUSSIAN FEDERATION

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e-P08
Keratoconus
CORNEAL ABERRATIONS IN KERATOCONUS AFTER THREE MONTH RGP CONTACT LENS WEARING
JAFARZADEHPUR E.(1), SHOKROLLAHZADEH F.(1), HASHEMI H.(2), MIRZAJANI A.(1), KHABAZKHOOB M.(2), ASGARI S.(2)
(1) Iran University of Medical sciences, Tehran IRAN
(2) Noor Ophthalmology Research Center, Noor Eye Hospital, Tehran IRAN

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e-P09
Keratoconus
STERILE CORNEAL INFILTRATE AFTER CORNEAL COLLAGEN CROSS-LINKING IN KERATOCONUS
PELIT A.(1)
(1) Baskent University Faculty of Medicine, Dr Turgut Noyan Adana Research and Training center,, Adana TURKEY

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e-P10
Keratoconus
EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF ORBIFLEX K IN KERATOCONUS
BAş Z.(1), UÇAKHAN GÜNDÜZ ??.(1)
(1) Ankara University School of Medicine, Ankara TURKEY

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e-P11
Keratoconus
NOVEL ZINC FINGER PROTEIN GENE 469 (ZNF469) MUTATIONS IN ADVANCED KERATOCONUS
YILDIZ E.(1), BARDAK H.(1), GUNAY M.(2), BARDAK Y.(1), IMAMOGLU S.(1), OZBAS H.(3), BAGCI O.(3)
(1) Ministry of Health, Haydarpasa Numune Training and Research Hospital, Istanbul TURKEY
(2) Ministry of health, Zeynep Kamil Maternity and Children's Training and Research Hospital, Istanbul TURKEY
(3) Suleyman Demirel University, School of Medicine, Department of Medical Genetics, Isparta TURKEY

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e-P12
Keratoconus
THE IMPACT OF CONTACT LENS USE ON KERATOCONUS PROGRESSION
UZUNEL U.D.(1), YUKSEL B.(1), KUSBECI T.(1)
(1) Izmir Bozyaka Training and Research Hospitali, Izmir TURKEY

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e-P13
Keratoconus
ACCELARETED CORNEAL COLLAGEN CROSSLINKING FOR THE TREATMENT OF PROGRESSIVE KERATOCONUS: 2-YEAR OUTCOMES
AKKAYA TURHAN S.(1), YIGIT DIZDAR D.(1), TOKER E.(1)
(1) Marmara University, School of Medicine, Istanbul TURKEY

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e-P14
Keratoconus
MANAGEMENT OF ADVANCED CORNEAL ECTASIA USING CONTACT LENSES
HAJJI I.(1), BELGHMAIDI S.(1), AHAMOU H.(1), SOLTANI L.(1), MOUTAOUAKIL A.(1)
(1) Mohammed VI University hospital, Marrakech MOROCCO

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e-P15
Keratoconus
EFFICACY OF EYEBRID (VSY, NETHERLANDS) CONTACT LENSES IN KERATOCONUS
UCAKHAN O.O.(1), YESILTAS Y.S.(1), BAYRAKTUTAR B.N.(1)
(1) Ankara University, Ankara TURKEY

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e-P16
Keratoconus
ANTERIOR SEGMENT OPTICAL COHERENCE BASED EVALUATION OF CONTACT LENS FITTING IN ADVANCED KERATOCONUS: A NOVEL TECHNIQUE
ASKARIZADEH F.(1), KHORRAMI-NEJAD M.(2), SEDAGHAT M.R.(3), RANJBAR-PAZOOKI M.(2)
(1) Refractive error research centre, Faculty of paramedical sciences, Mashhad university of medical science, Mashhad, Iran., Mashhad IRAN
(2) Eye research center, Farabi eye hospital,Tehran University of Medical Science, Tehran IRAN
(3) Cornea research center, Mashhad university of medical science, Mashhad, Iran., Mashhad IRAN

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e-P17
Keratoconus
CHARACTERISTICS OF POSTERIOR CORNEAL ASTIGMATISM IN DIFFERENT STAGE OF KERATOCONUS
KHORRAMI-NEJAD M.(1), ASLANI F.(2), ASKARIZADEH F.(3), RANJBAR-PAZOOKI M.(1)
(1) Eye research center, Farabi eye hospital,Tehran University of Medical Science, Tehran IRAN
(2) Department of optometry, Shahid-beheshti university of medical science, Tehran IRAN
(3) Refractive error research centre, Faculty of paramedical sciences, Mashhad university of medical science, Mashhad, Iran., Mashhad IRAN

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e-P18
Keratoconus
INTRAOPERATIVE CORNEAL THICKNESS CHANGES WITH AND WITHOUT THE EYELID SPECULUM DURING ACCELERATED CORNEAL COLLAGEN CROSSLINKING USING ISOTONIC RIBOFLAVIN SOLUTION WITH HPMC
TOKER E.(1), AKKAYA TURHAN S.(1), AYDIN O.(1)
(1) Marmara University, School of Medicine, Istanbul TURKEY

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e-P19
Keratoconus
HYBRID CONTACT LENS AFTER INTRACORNEAL RINGS FOR KERATOCONUS
TEMSTET C.(1), BORDERIE V.(1), LAROCHE L.(1)
(1) CHNO 1520, Paris FRANCE

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e-P20
Ocular surface disease
EFFECT OF DEXAPENTHENOL 5% OPHTHALMIC GEL USE ON EPITHELIAL HEALING TIME AND COMFORT AFTER CORNEAL TRANSPLANT SURGERY
YILDIZ E.(1), ARSLAN G.(1), TURAN-VURAL E.(1), NOHUTCU A.F.(1)
(1) Ministry of Health, Haydarpasa Numune Training and Research Hospital, Istanbul TURKEY

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e-P22
Ocular surface disease
OCULAR FINDINGS IN CD25 DEFICIENCY SYNDROME
BAş Z.(1), BAYRAKTUTAR B.(1), UÇAKHAN GÜNDÜZ ??.(1)
(1) Ankara University School of Medicine, Ankara TURKEY

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e-P23
Ocular surface disease
OPHTHALMIC MANIFESTATIONS OF TRIPLE A SYNDROME
BAş Z.(1), BAYRAKTUTAR B.(1), UÇAKHAN GÜNDÜZ ??.(1)
(1) Ankara University School of Medicine, Ankara TURKEY

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e-P25
Ocular surface disease
CLINICAL OUTCOMES OF FREE CONJUNCTIVAL AND CONJUNCTIVOLIMBAL AUTOGRAFT FOR PTERYGIUM SURGERY
SAYIN O.(1), KADIOGLU E.(1)
(1) Beyhekim State Hospital, Konya TURKEY

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e-P26
Ocular surface disease
TOPICAL TREATMENT OF PERSISTENT EPITHELIAL DEFECTS WITH A MATIX REGENERATING AGENT
SEVIK M.O.(1), AKKAYA TURHAN S.(1), TOKER E.(1)
(1) Marmara University, School of Medicine, Istanbul TURKEY

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e-P27
Ocular surface disease
ADENOVIRAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITIS: IN VIVO CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY ANALYSIS
YUKSEL N.(1), TOPRAK M.(1)
(1) Kocaeli University, Kocaeli TURKEY

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e-P29
Ocular surface disease
CORNEAL SURFACE IRREGULARITIES AFTER ADENOVIRAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITIS: WHEN CONTACT LENSES MAKE THE DIFFERENCE
ABREU A.C.(1), COELHO J.(1), MONTEIRO S.(1), BROCHADO M.C.(1), FURTADO M.J.(1), BARBOSA I.(1)
(1) Centro Hospitalar do Porto, Porto PORTUGAL

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e-P32
Ocular surface disease
SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF NEUROTROPHIC CORNEAL ULCER WITH AMNIOTIC MEMBRANE TRANSPLANTATION
MOREIRA J.(1), RODRIGUES P.(1), MENEZES C.(1)
(1) Hospital Pedro Hispano, Porto PORTUGAL

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e-P33
Ocular surface disease
NEUROTROPHIC KERATOPATHY: A THERAPEUTIC CHALLENGE
ABREU A.C.(1), MALHEIRO L.(1), NEVES M.(1), GOMES M.(1), OLIVEIRA L.(1)
(1) Centro Hospitalar do Porto, Porto PORTUGAL

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e-P35
Orthokeratology
ORTHOKERATOLOGY AND VISION QUALITY - OUR EXPERIENCE
BOGDANICI C.M.(1), BOGDANICI S.T.(1)
(1) University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Iasi ROMANIA

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e-P37
Speciality lenses
CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ORTHOKERATOLOGY IN ADULT MYOPIC PATIENTS
LEE S.H.(1)
(1) Yonsei Plus Eye Center, Sungnam SOUTH KOREA

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e-P38
Speciality lenses
SCLERAL LENSES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PELLUCID MARGINAL DEGENERATION
ASENA L.(1), D.ALTINORS D.(1)
(1) Başkent University Faculty of Medicine, Ankara TURKEY

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e-P39
Speciality lenses
FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH THE ICD 16.5 MINI SCLERAL LENS FOR OPTIC AND THERAPEUTIC PURPOSES
SUAREZ C.(1), MADARIAGA V.(1), LEPAGE B.(1), MALECAZE M.(2), FOURNIE P.(1), SOLER V.(1), GALIACY S.(1), MELY R.(3), CASSAGNE M.(1), MALECAZE F.(1)
(1) Toulouse Hospital, Toulouse FRANCE
(2) Clinique Saint Jean du Languedoc, Toulouse FRANCE
(3) Centre médical la Source, Valmont FRANCE

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e-P40
Speciality lenses
UTILITY OF SCLERAL LENSES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CORNEAL ABNORMALITIES
KONG S.J.(1), CHO Y.J.(1), LIM T.H.(1), KIM C.W.(1), CHOI K.Y.(1), CHO B.J.(1)
(1) Hangil eye hospital, Incheon SOUTH KOREA

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e-P41
Speciality lenses
MINI-SCLERAL LENSES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF EXPOSURE KERATOPATHY IN CHILDREN: CASE REPORT
OZMEN A.T.(1), KIVANC S.A.(1)
(1) ULUDAG UNIVERSITY, Bursa TURKEY

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e-P42
Speciality lenses
REAL WORLD THROUGH FOCUS CURVE OF A NEW MULTIFOCAL CONTACT LENS
GUILLON M.(1)
(1) Ocular technology Group International, London UNITED KINGDOM

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e-P43
Speciality lenses
PATIENT AND PRACTITIONER EXPERIENCE WITH A NEW SOFT MULTIFOCAL
ROCHER I.(1), SULLEY A.(2)
(1) Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Issy Les Moulineaux FRANCE
(2) Johnson & Johnson Vision Care., Pinewood UNITED KINGDOM

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e-P44
Speciality lenses
OUR FIRST EXPERIENCES WITH MINI SCLERAL CONTACT LENSES
TUNCER Z.(1), ALTUG M.(1)
(1) Bayrampasa Eye Hospital, Istanbul TURKEY

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e-P45
Speciality lenses
"OASIS" AND "PUREVISION" AS SIMPLE IMMEDIATE THERAPEUTIC CONTACT LENSES
BIGER Y.(1)
(1) Maccabi health services, Kfar-Saba ISRAEL

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e-P46
Speciality lenses
VISUAL, REFRACTIVE AND ABERROMETRIC CHANGES WITH MINI SCLERAL LENS APPLICATION IN A POST KERATOPLASTY PATIENT
PENBE A.(1), ARSAN A.K.(1), HACISALIHOGLU A.(1), KANDEMIR B.(1)
(1) Dr. lutfi kırdar kartal training and research hospital, Istanbul TURKEY

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e-P47
Speciality lenses
VISUAL MANAGEMENT OF CORNEAL IRREGULARITY WITH CONCOMINANT AFAKIA AND ANIRIDIA SECONDARY TO OCULAR INJURY
AYHAN Z.(1), OZBEK Z.(1), OZTURK T.(1), ONER F.H.(1)
(1) Dokuz Eylul University Medicine Facultiy, Ophthalmology Department, İzmir TURKEY

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e-P48
Vision and lenses
SCLERAL LENSES IN OCULAR TRAUMA
BELGHMAIDI S.(1), HAJJI I.(1), BAALI M.(1), AHAMOU H.(1), MOUTAOUAKIL A.(1)
(1) Mohammed VI University hospital, Marrakech MOROCCO

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e-P49
Vision and lenses
SUCCESS OF MINI SCLERAL RIGID GAS PERMEABLE CONTACT LENS FITTING IN KERATOCONUS
CAIADO SOUSA F.(1), PINTO J.(1), BARATA A.(1), SILVA V.(1)
(1) Ophthalmology Department of Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte, Lisbon PORTUGAL

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e-P50
Miscellaneous
COMPARISON OF DK/T VALUES OF DAILY DISPOSABLE SOFT TORIC CONTACT LENSES USING HIGH RESOLUTION THICKNESS PROFILING
LUMB E.(1), SYMONS A.(1)
(1) CooperVision, Fareham UNITED KINGDOM

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e-P51
Miscellaneous
IN-VIVO DEHYDRATION COMPARISON OF OMAFILCON A AND STENFILCON A WITH DELEFILCON A
LUMB E.(1), WOODS J.(2), PANJWANI F.(2), PAPINSKI D.(2), VARIKOOTY J.(2), JONES L.(2)
(1) CooperVision, Fareham UNITED KINGDOM
(2) Centre for Contact Lens Research University of Waterloo, Waterloo CANADA

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e-P52
Miscellaneous
PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF NEW CONTACT LENS WEARER RETENTION RATES
ROCHER I.(1), SULLEY A.(2), YOUNG G.(3)
(1) Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Issy Les Moulineaux FRANCE
(2) Johnson & Johnson Vision care, Pinwood UNITED KINGDOM
(3) VisionCare Research Limited, Farnham UNITED KINGDOM

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e-P53
Miscellaneous
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF REFRACTIVE ERRORS IN CHILDREN WHO FAILED COMPUTERIZED SCREENING VISION CONTRAST TEST IN WARSAW (POLAND).
ZALESKA ZMIJEWSKA A.(1), DABROWSKA A.(1), WAWRZYNIAK Z.(2), SZAFLIK J.(1), SZAFLIK J.P.(1)
(1) DEP. OF OPHTHALMOLOGY, Warsaw POLAND
(2) WARSAW MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, Warsaw POLAND

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e-P54
Miscellaneous
CHLAMYDIAL EYE INFECTION - A CASE REPORT
MOREIRA J.(1), VIEIRA B.(1), GONÇALVES R.(1), COELHO P.(1), MAIO T.(1), TENEDÓRIO P.(1)
(1) Hospital Pedro Hispano, Porto PORTUGAL

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