Words of the President

Invitation to the 16th Congress of the SEEOS to Prishtina, Kosovo, May 31 – June 02, 2019

Dear Friends, Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the South-East European Ophthalmological Society, as the current president and as a representative of Kosovo Association of the Ophthalmologists, I am most pleased to invite you in the 16th SEEOS Congress which will be held in Prishtina, Republic of Kosovo, between May 31st until June 2nd, 2019. This will be the Joint Congress with Kosovo Association of Ophthalmologists. Kosovo Association of Ophthalmologists was established in 2002 in Prishtina and is member of SEEOS, SOE and ICO. Currently, we have 105 members, where among them are 80 ophthalmologists and 25 residents.

We are inviting the SEEOS members and ophthalmologists from all over the world to hold lectures, present posters or videos. Our intention is to provide an outstanding program, presented by world-renowned speakers. It will be a great opportunity to share experiences, talk about modern trends in the development of ophthalmologic care. We hope that you will also enjoy debates on controversial topics and discussions specifically aimed at the younger ophthalmologists, all of which will add interest and, at times, fun to the packed scientific program.

No SEEOS Congress would be complete without a great social program, which traditionally reflects the flavor of the host city. Prishtina is a unique modern city with the youngest population in Europe, has so much to offer, catering to every taste with its musical, artistic, and culinary traditions.

Let me again invite you to Prishtina next year on behalf of the organizing committee of the Joint Congress. Let’s look forward to an interesting congress, a manifold collegial exchange, to meeting with old friends and making new friends.

Yours sincerely

Prof. Gazmend Kaçaniku
President of SEEOS

Current issue

November 2015 | Volume 1 Number 1

Original articles

Non-invasive tear film tests in post-keratoplasty eyes

Ágnes Füst, László Imre, Zoltán Zsolt Nagy

Progressive keratoconus and cross-linking. Reporting our long-term results

Teuta Haveri, M.D., Sulejman Zhugli, M.D., Prof, Mimoza Meco, M.D., Eliziana Petrela M.D. Prof

Beneficial effect of anti-VEGF treatment in various rare retinal diseases

Ivan Georgiev Georgiev, Petja Ivanova Vassileva

Anterior lamellar keratoplasty using gamma-irradiated corneal graft. An innovative approach regarding ALK

Andrej Černák, M.D., DrSc. Konstantinos Kakoulidis M.D., PhD, Martin Černák M.D., PhD

Comparison of diffractive-refractive multifocal and accommodating intraocular lenses

Gábor Tóth, MD; Kinga Kránitz, MD; Andrea Szigeti, MD; Gábor L. Sándor, MD; Éva Juhász, MD; Huba J. Kiss, MD; Zoltán Z. Nagy, MD, PhD, DSc

Evaluation of corneal changes in chemical burns with anterior segment optical coherence tomography

Magdalena Antova Velevska, Hristijan Duma, Natasha Trpevska

Case reports

A sporadic case of bilateral nasal and temporal pterygium on both eyes

Vesna Cheleva, Liljana Spasevska

Adult strabismus – a case associated with Dissociated Vertical Deviation

Paduca Ala PhD, Boergen K. P. PhD Professor

„Teddy bear” synthetic fibre granuloma of the conjunctiva. Case study

Hajnalka Horváth, Erika Maka, Jeannette Tóth, János Németh, Zsolt Zoltán Nagy, Tamás Filkorn

Symptoms caused by parasellar meningioma

Anita Pék, Norbert Pesztenlehrer, Sándor Czirják, Zoltán Zsolt Nagy,János Németh, Krisztina Knézy

Transitory consecutive esotropia after amitriptyline treatment for nocturnal enuresis. – Case report

Daniela Eleonora Cioplean, Raluca-Lacramioara Camburu

Review articles

Ex vivo cultivation of limbal epithelial stem/progenitor cells: comparison of two culturing techniques

Zala Lužnik, Marko Hawlina, Marina Bertolin, Elvira Maličev, Tina Cirman, Andreja Nataša Kopitar, Alojz Ihan, Stefano Ferrari and Petra Schollmayer

Significance of macular thickness in glaucoma

Vesna Dimovska