Wartime Ophthalmic Trauma
BOPSS was proud to host the 4th International Symposium in the series of Wartime Ophthalmic Trauma. An ASOPRS initiative, this series has explored the mechanisms and management of oculofacial injuries.
In part IV, we investigated traumatic brain injury (TBI) and its effect on vision, with presentations from colleagues in both Ukraine and Israel on their experience in managing patients with complex injuries.
Dr Richard Blanch (UK)
Ophthalmic Assessment and Management of Acute Traumatic Brain Injury
Dr Randy Kardon (USA)
Evidence for Neurodegeneration in the Visual Pathway Over Time in Veterans with mild TBI
Dr Chrystyna Rakoczy (USA)
Rehabilitation of Visual Impairment and Dysfunction from Traumatic Brain Injury
Dr Oksana Petrenko (Ukraine)
Reflections on life as an ophthalmic surgeon in a conflict zone
Dr Olga Denysiuk (Ukraine)
Injury to the eye and adnexa in war time
Dr Daniel Briscoe (Israel)
Orbital trauma and war injuries
Catastrophe and Wartime Coordination