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The 8th World Glaucoma Congress was held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) from March 27–30, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. We welcomed over 2000 ophthalmologists and allied health professionals from more than 90 different countries.

The scientific program was a stimulating mix of symposiums, courses, workshops, wetlabs, rapid fire sessions and poster walks covering topics from the basic science and genetics of glaucoma, to the latest developments in medical and surgical management of glaucoma

Thank you for attending, see you at the next World Glaucoma Congress!


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Videos presented at the film festival during the World Glaucoma Congress in Hong Kong from June 6 – 9, 2015.


FF-04 Management of a giant overhanging bleb
FF-06 Complications with Glaucoma Drainage Devices
FF-07 Complications with Trabeculectomy
FF-08 Limbus vitrectomy in the management of malignant glaucoma
FF-17 Non-penetrating glaucoma surgery in glaucoma
FF-18 Trabeculectomy with iris fixation of three piece pmma intra ocular lens in grossly subluxated cataract with secondary glau
FF-19 A ‘3rd eye’ in glaucoma surgeries: Real time optical coherence tomography guided surgery
FF-20 Dual compression for extensive cyclodialysis using sulcus fixated Cionni ring and PCIOL

Videos presented at the film festival during the World Glaucoma Congress in Helsinki, Finland from July 17 – 20, 2017.


FF-01 XEN Mega-Bleb: Surgical Management
FF-02 CO2 Laser: A New Tool for Non-Penetrating Glaucoma Surgery
FF-03 Childhood Glaucoma ... Out of a Desperate Situation
FF-05 Migs Procedures in Combination with Phacoemulsification: Patients Benefits
FF-06 CO2 Laser-Assisted Sclerectomy Surgery (Class)
FF-07 Management of Tube Exposure
FF-08 Bridging the Gap
FF-09 Bands and Plates
FF-10 The Joy of Inferonasal Quadrant
FF-12 Surgical Management of Post Trabeculectomy Scleral Melting
FF-13 Pigment Dispersion Syndrome Secondary to Iris-Fixated Phakic Intraocular Lens to Correct Myopia
FF-14 Astigmatism Related Visual Loss In Thin Cystic Overhanging Bleb
FF-15 Rat Model of Glaucoma Filtering Surgery
FF-16 Safety and Efficacy of Simultaneous Penetrating Keratoplasty and Ahmed Glaucoma Valve Implant
FF-17 Watch Out for a Phaco-Nightmare in a Glaucoma Eye with Thin and Avascular Bleb!
FF-18 Synthetic Training Model with Angle and Schlemm's Canal for Gatt Procedure
FF-19 Resection of Ciliary Body Tumor Presenting as Neovascular Glaucoma
FF-20 Management of Tube Erosion Complications
FF-21 Hooking the Sinking Iol Just in the Nick of Time!!
FF-22 Aqueous Drainage Implant in an Eye with Secondary Glaucoma Post Vitreo Retinal Surgery is Not Easy!
FF-23 To the Edge of Darkness and Back !!!!
FF-24 Trabeculectomy in Microspherophakia
FF-25 Managing Late Complications of Trabeculectomy

Videos presented at the film festival during the World Glaucoma Congress in Vancouver, Canada from July 17 – 20, 2013.


VS01 - Non-technical skills for eye surgery
VS02 - Deep sclerectomy with insertion of a prolene 5/0 segment inside Schlemm's canal
VS03 - Lost and found - Ahmed glaucoma valve during implantation
VS04 - Combined cataract and trabeculectomy in subluxated cataracts
VS05 - Glaucoma in phacomatosis pigmentovascularis
VS06 - Management of congenital glaucoma associated with stickler syndrome
VS07 - Re-implantation of Ahmed glaucoma valveTM (AGVTM) in a case of AGVTM extrusion
VS08 - Manual small incision cataract surgery in a case of phacolytic glaucoma
VS09 - Blocking the tube with vicryl…breaking a vicious cycle
VS10 - Ultrasonic circular cyclo-coagulation in a patient with primary open-angle glaucoma
VS11 - Evolution of an affordable aqueous drainage implant - The Indian Story
VS12 - Tube repositioning in anterior chamber in tube related complications of aqueous drainage devices
VS13 - Challenge of the tube
VS14 - Ahmed glaucoma valve: Innovations in wound closure with fibrin glue
VS15 - Tectonic scleral autograft for treatment of Mitomycin C scleral melting
VS16 - Exfoliation and pseudoexfoliation: not “two of a kind”
VS17 - Ahmed glaucoma valve(TM) (AGVTM) implantation in iridocorneal endothelial syndrome
VS18 - Clinical application of anterior segment optical coherence tomography associated with glaucoma surgery
VS19 - Releasable suture - Reining the horse
VS20 - Where does the aqueous go?
VS21 - Implantable Collamer Lens (ICL) explantation with trabeculectomy
VS22 - Phacomorphic glaucoma in nanophthalmos
VS23 - Trabeculectomy with suprachoroidal derivation
VS24 - Malignant glaucoma: Can it be benign?
VS25 - Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow
VS26 - Comparison of a valved & non-valved glaucoma drainage device, technique & outcome
VS27 - Pediatric glaucoma surgery- Watch out at each step!
VS28 - Amniotic membrane transplantation replacing absent conjunctival flap during phacotrabeculectomy
VS29 - Resolution of bilateral chronic hypotonous maculopathy following fortuitous management of bleb leak with autologous and h
VS30 - Exchange of Ahmed Glaucoma Valve TM (AGV TM) in a Joint Tube in Persistent Plate Exposure

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