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37th Andhra Pradesh Ophthalmological Society Annual Conference (APOC 2013)

Abstract Submission Guidelines For Instruction Course/ Paper/ Video/ Poster Important Information: 1. For all submissions in competitive sessions, the presenting author must be a ratified APOS member (or a member in waiting in case of Post graduate students competitive paper session). 2. For all instruction courses, the chief instructor must be a ratified member of APOS. 3. For all non competitive paper / video categories, at least one of the authors should be a ratified APOS member 4. Abstracts submitted for Paper will be considered for Poster if not accepted as Paper. 5. Video submissions will be considered for Film Festival if not accepted for Swarups Video Session. 6. Abstract submitted for NS Reddy PGs paper session, if not selected, will be considered for noncompetitive PG paper sessions 7. Videos for Swarups session can be up to 8 min. long, & those for film festival can be up to 15 min. long. 8. For videos, the presenter wont be allowed to give a simultaneous oral commentary from the podium; however the video can have a pre-recorded commentary or voice over.

NEW DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS


DEADLINE EXTENDED
July 15th, 2013: Submission deadline for all Abstracts (papers, posters, videos, instruction courses). July 30th, 2013: Submission for all videos. August 15th, 2013: Deadline for submission of free paper manuscript.

Modes of Abstract Submission: Fill in the attached Abstract Submission Form and e-mail it as an attachment to us at: <scientificprogramapos@gmail.com>. On -Line Mode of submission not working
Video CDs to be sent by courier to Chairman Scientific Committee Regrets for inconvenience
Hyde Park/ Open Forum To allow members to air their views informally

Session Guidelines
K Vengal Rao Session Paper sent specifically for this slot V Raghavachar Session Paper sent specifically for this slot NS Reddy PG Papers Session Work to be certified by HOD (send scanned certificate with abstract) Certificate from the Institute confirming PG Status (produce after acceptance) Chief Author should be the Presenting Author & should be APOS member- in- waiting No age restriction Only one submission permitted (others will be considered for noncompetitive session) Could have been presented earlier Author not received this Medal earlier Swarups Video Session/ Poster / Film Festival Edited films on difficult cases, technique. Poster with relevant scientific content Chief Author should be the Presenting Author & is eligible for Medal Presenting Author should be a ratified APOS member No age restriction No restriction to number of presentations

Chief Author should be the Presenting Author & is eligible for Medal Presenting Author should be a ratified APOS member Age < 45 years Only one presentation permitted Not presented earlier at AIOS Author not received this Medal earlier

Chief Author should be the Presenting Author & is eligible for Medal Presenting Author should be a ratified APOS member No age restriction Only one presentation permitted

Difficult cases, new concepts, Aspects related to Practice Management etc May not be APOS Members

No age restriction No restriction to number of presentations

Not presented Could have been Could have been earlier at AIOS presented earlier presented earlier Author not Author not received Not applicable received this Medal this Medal earlier earlier Chairman Scientific Committee: Dr. Aashish K Bansal, Medical Director, Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Surgery, Centre for Sight, Ashoka Capitol, Road No.2, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad-500034, AP, Phones: 040-23606363, 09393357807. Email: <scientificprogramapos@gmail.com>,<bansal_eye@yahoo.co.in> Scientific Committee Members: Kalyani Prasad, Y Sujatha, A Srihari, Rishi Swarup

37th Andhra Pradesh Ophthalmological Society Annual Conference (APOC 2013) SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM For Instruction Course/ Paper/ Video/ Poster Submission deadline: JULY 15th, 2013

Video/Free Paper/ Poster: Submission Categories (please indicate) Competitive Sessions Non-Competitive Sessions K Vengal Rao Free Papers Session M Ashok Free Papers Session V Raghavachary Free Papers Session PG Free papers session(s) N S Reddy PG Free Papers Session Hyde Park Free papers session Swarups Video Session Film Festival Sri Kiran Institute Ophthalmology Poster Session Instruction Course: Level of Course (please indicate)

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AUTHOR / INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION Chief Author/ Chief Instructor: Dr. Manogna . A APOS Membership Number: 1431 ophthalmology department, mamatha medical college ,giriprasad nagar , Address:
khammam. 507002

Phone / Mobile: 9848505771 Email addresses: manognaa15@gmail.com Co-Authors/ Co-Instructors: 1 Dr.Avinash .P 2 Dr.Madhavi MR 3 Dr.K Vijay kumar

APOS Membership Number APOS Membership Number APOS Membership Number

1432 1119 238

ABSTRACT
To be typed in single space within the box in 300 words / 25 lines max in the given format.
Format for FP/Poster: Format for Video: Format for Instruction Course: Title/ Purpose / Methods / Results / Conclusions Title/ Objective / Content / Conclusions Title/ Objective / Course Content / Conclusions

TITLE - DERMOLIPOMA OF CONJUNCTIVA PURPOSE - To report an interesting case of dermolipoma MATERIAL - 10yr old female child , torch , slit-lamp biomicroscope , snellen's visual acuity chart , direct ophthalmoscope METHODS - 10yr old female patient presented to OPD with complaints of mass from lateral part of the right eye present since birth ,which was initially small in size but gradually increasing in size and associated with pain. On examination white to pale yellow-pink mass from conjunctiva near lateral canthus with a definite anterior border 5mm from the lateral limbus is seen and there was no posterior limit seen. The surface was pale, moist and keratinised and had a single, long, dark hair . The underlying tissue varied from solid white to glistening yellow fat . Ocular motility was normal. No features of Goldenhar syndrome noted . Vision was 6/6. Rest of anterior segment and fundus and left eye were with in normal limits. RESULTS - Surgical excision was performed to improve cosmosis. Complete excision without extensive dissection was possible Excised tissue showed a mixture of fat and fibrous tissue with occasional interspersed sebaceous glands and hair follicles. DISCUSSION - dermolipomas are solid choristomas which present as lateral canthal mass . they have characteristic appearance and are usually asymptomatic and patients present with cosmetic blemish. Surgical removal must be conservative aimed at removing visible tumour rather than acheiving complete removal