Structure and function in glaucoma: Where are we now?

  • Palais des Congres 1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle Montréal, QC, H2Z 1H5 Canada

Canadian Glaucoma Society
Friday June 16, 1545—1715
Room 517A
Palais de Congres, Montreal


At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe how OCT can assist with glaucoma diagnosis
  • Compare data from different machines
  • Assimilate tricks to more accurately assess visual fields


Augusto Azuara-Blanco, PhD, FRCS (Ed), FRCOphth
Don Budenz, MD, MPH


Cindy Hutnik, MD
Marcelo Nicolela, MD


Neeru Gupta, MD, MBA, PhD
Steven Schendel, MD


1545     How can I compare OCT data from different machines? • Don Budenz

1601     Discussion

1605     Automated imaging for glaucoma diagnosis • Augusto Azuara-Blanco

1621     Discussion

1625     Field update: New machines, interpreting fields • Marcelo Nicolela, Cindy Hutnik

1649     Discussion

1655     HOT TOPIC The effects of phacoemulsification on IOP and topical medication use in patients with glaucoma: A systematic review and meta-analysis • James J. Armstrong, Tom Wasiuta, Efstathia Kiatos, Monali Malvankar, Cindy Hutnik

1703     Discussion

1705     The future is here: How digitally integrated visits via teleglaucoma can be used by community ophthalmologists to care for more glaucoma patients in less time • Kenman Gan, Brian Stagg, Eric Maika, Heather Burnett, Murray Erasmus, Trevor Miranda, Mark Bourdeau, Michael Kim, Darren Behn

1713     Discussion

1715     Closing remarks