Welcome to our rounds webinar registration and archive page
Hosted by Dr. Ike K Ahmed MD
As we face this COVID-19 challenge together, we are utilizing Zoom in order to maintain our meetings. All care providers are welcome to observe our presentations and submit questions through the messaging feature.
NEW! Prism Eye Rounds are now a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. For each rounds, you will be able to claim a maximum of 2.0 credits. Through an agreement between the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and the American Medical Association, physicians may convert Royal College MOC credits to AMA PRA Category 1 Credits(TM). More information on the process to convert Royal College MOC credit to AMA credit.
If interested in presenting a case or topic, or to make suggestions, please contact our WEBINAR TEAM.
Topics will be posted a week prior to the date. We look forward to having you join us virtually for our rounds. Pre-webinar materials will be posted here 1 day prior to meeting. Please return to download and review prior to the webinar as this will make your learning experience more complete.
Note: Unless specifically listed, these rounds are independently run, unrestricted, and non-sponsored.
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MAY 27, 2020
|Cataract Tips and Tidbits|
Post Phaco Disasters
MAY 23, 2020
|Special Event: Surgical Feud!|
Two teams will battle it out with interactive case-based debates where top international eye surgeons are put on the spot to argue randomly assigned positions on complex and controversial subjects in today's ophthalmology! This will be educational, fun and full of surprises!
MAY 20, 2020
|Atom Man vs Superman: an Odd Unilateral White Cataract|
An Enemy from the Past: a Twist on Angle Closure Management
|YouTube LINK part 1
YouTube LINK part 2
MAY 16, 2020
|No Rounds due to ASCRS|
MAY 13, 2020
|Cataract Conundrums: Everyday Cases with Uncommon Catches|
When Tubes and Trabs Need a Little Help
MAY 9, 2020
|Ophtho Cases and Quizzes|
Dr. Ike Ahmed will present challenging cases that will definitely provoke controversy!
|Joint Prism/iStar Webinar|
MAY 7, 2020
|An Eye-Opening Update on MIGS|
MAY 6, 2020
|Attack on Two Fronts: Bilateral Acute Angle Closure |
A Wonky Cornea, Yes, but Which IOL Should I Use?
MAY 2, 2020
|OCT Abnormalities of the Brain|
Tackling those Angles
|Prism Rounds |
APRIL 29, 2020
|GASP post GATT: An Interesting GATT complication|
Not as Superficial as You Think: Corneal Diagnoses Not to Miss
|A Joint Prism/Faco Extrema/Oftalmo University/FacoCaribe Webinar|
APRIL 25, 2020
|Guardians of the Lens: A Special International Session. |
An international cast of surgeons present their complex cases for all to discuss!
APRIL 22, 2020
|Pigment Dispersion Glaucoma: Beware|
Staying Sharp Outside of the OR during COVID-19
|Prism Rounds |
APRIL 18, 2020
|Proactive or Reactive: A Challenging Case of Glaucoma Management|
IOL Dysphotopsia Got You Down? How to Fix the Unwanted
APRIL 15, 2020
How to Suture Iris for the First Time
Mind the Gap: Ciliary Body Cleft Management
APRIL 11, 2020
|Challenges of the Day: Enforcing Iridocorneal Distancing|
Delicate and Dangling: Management of Challenging IOL Cases
No Vitreous? No Problem: Cataract Surgery in Post-Vitrectomized Eyes
APRIL 8, 2020
|Absorbing Corneal Hysteresis: A Case-Based Review|
When to Break the Posterior Capsule on Purpose: Primary Posterior Capsulorrhexis
Reversing the Breaking Point: Management of Conjunctival Erosion after Glaucoma Tube Shunt
|A Joint Prism/|
Oftalmo University Webinar
APRIL 7, 2020
|From Good to Great: |
An interactive webinar with a wonderful group of eye surgeons who will share wisdom and pearls on learning surgery and perfecting techniques with clinical case examples, videos, and life experiences!
APRIL 4, 2020
|Latest OCT Pearls for Glaucoma and Retina: |
A Case Based Interaction Discussion
APRIL 1, 2020
|A Series of Unfortunate Events: A Story of Cosmesis and Cornea|
Big Problems in Small Eyes: Glaucoma and Lens Removal
Glaucoma Surgery in the Cornea Patient: How Things Change
MARCH 27, 2020
|Instructive case in neuro-ophthalmology: Approach to diplopia|
The not so typical glaucoma case: A case of NPG
Capturing a postoperative complication of scleral-fixated IOLs: Management of pupillary optic capture