The lecture differentiates between common vitro-retinal conditions. Particular emphasis is made on the importance of dynamic vitreous assessment in order to assess whether there is a posterior hyaloid membrane present showing PVD with collapse and videos showing how to detect schaffers sign.
You will need to successfully complete a set of multiple choice questions after the webinar to gain your CET point. Information will be made available at the end of the webinar.
Mr Kam Balaggan BSc, MBBS, FRCOphth, PhD
Mr Balaggan is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Wolverhampton and Stafford Hospitals. He is unique in being one of exceptionally few surgeons that have completed not just two years of prestigious high-volume Fellowships in Vitreoretinal Surgery, but also two years of sub-specialist Fellowship training in Medical Retina, all at the internationally-renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. This was in addition to his general training, which was also predominantly based at this Centre of Excellence and one of the world’s top Eye Hospitals. Mr Balaggan specialises in state of-the-art modern micro-incision sutureless vitrectomy surgery and micro-incision cataract surgery.