47th ANNUAL NANOS MEETING
Tuesday, February 23, 2021  8:00 am - 10:00 am
COGNITIVE DISORDERS AND VISION
Moderators: Victoria S. Pelak, MD and Sashank Prasad, MD


Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to: (1) identify and list higher order visual processing disorders, their associated clinical anatomy and the differential diagnosis, (2) understand available imaging tools to aid in the diagnosis of visual cognitive dysfunction, and (3) provide treatment strategies and management recommendations for visual cognitive dysfunction, specifically acquired disorders for reading.

Jason Barton, MD, PhD, FRCPC - Classifying Disorders of Higher-Order Visual Processing
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Victoria S. Pelak, MD - Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, Lewy Body Dementia, and Posterior Cortical Atrophy Syndrome: Distinguishing Visual Features
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Sashank Prasad, MD - Advances in Neuroimaging: New Diagnostic Clues?
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Hong Jiang, MD, PhD - Use of Ophthalmic Imaging as a Biomarker
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Alexander Leff, MBBS, PhD, FRCP - Treating form, time and space: e-therapies for acquired disorders of reading
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.





Overall Session Questions
1. Information presented by the speakers was relevant to my practice.


2. I will make changes in my practice as a result of what I learned from the speakers.


3. Did the speakers properly disclose their financial interests? (If no, please comment)




4. Were the presentation clear of commercial bias? (If no, please comment)




Did this program meet the stated learning objectives?





Tuesday, February 23, 2021  10:30 am - 12:00 pm
CONTROVERSIES IN PEDIATRIC NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
Moderators:  Grant Liu, MD and Paul H. Phillips, MD

Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to: (1) understand which tests are required for the diagnosis of various pediatric neuro-ophthalmologic entities, (2) understand the interpretation of tests that are required for the diagnosis of various pediatric neuro-ophthalmologic entities, and (3) understand the limitations of tests that are required for the diagnosis of various pediatric neuroophthalmologic entities.

Steven Stasheff, MD, PhD - Monitoring Children on Vigabatrin - ERG versus No ERG with Clinical Follow-Up ERG Beneficial

1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Michael Wan, MD, FRCSC - Monitoring Children on Vigabatrin - ERG versus No ERG with Clinical Follow-Up ERG Not Beneficial

1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Jason Peragallo, MD - Work-Up of Children with Isolated Optic Neuritis-MOG/NMO/LP On All, or Some Focused Work-Up
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Jennifer Graves, MD, PhD, MAS - Work-Up of Children with Isolated Optic Neuritis-MOG/NMO/LP On All, or Some Extensive Work-Up
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Mays El-Dairi, MD - Evaluation of Child with Full Optic Disc - Role of Imaging in Distinguishing Pseudopapilledema versus Real Papilledema - (Role of Ultrasound, OCT, FA) OCT is Useful/Primary
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Stacy Pineles, MD - Evaluation of Child with Full Optic Disc - Role of Imaging in Distinguishing Pseudopapilledema versus Real Papilledema - (Role of Ultrasound, OCT, FA) OCT is Not Useful (Try Something Else)
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Shannon Beres, MD - Evaluation for Optic Pathway Glioma OCT Should Guide Clinical Decision Making
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Robert Avery, DO - Evaluation for Optic Pathway Glioma OCT Does Not Guide Clinical Decision Making
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Gena Heidary, MD, PhD - Diagnostic Work-Up of a Child with Nystagmus - ERG? Image? Genetic Testing? Genetic Testing Before or After ERG? Work-Up for Underlying Etiology Which May Include ERG and Genetic Testing
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.




Mark Borchert, MD - Diagnostic Work-Up of a Child with Nystagmus - ERG? Image? Genetic Testing? Genetic Testing Before or After ERG? Observe Without Further Work-up If Otherwise Neurologically Normal
1. This speaker was a clear, effective speaker.


2. I have gained new knowledge from this presentation.


3. The teaching methods (format, Power Point slides and syllabus materials) were effective.





Overall Session Questions
1. Information presented by the speakers was relevant to my practice.


2. I will make changes in my practice as a result of what I learned from the speakers.


3. Did the speakers in Session 2 properly disclose their financial interests? (If no, please comment)




4. Were the presentations clear of commercial bias? (If no, please comment)




Did this program meet the stated learning objectives?