Ophthalmology Section Meeting, Friday, 1st December, 2023
01/12/2023 in College Green Hotel, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2.
The Section of Ophthalmology of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland will hold its Winter meeting on Friday, 1st December 2023 in the College Green Hotel, Westmoreland Street, Dublin 2.
The RAMI meeting will commence at 9.30-12:30 p.m. Registration 9-9.30 a.m. Teas/coffee/biscuits at 11:00 am. A lunch of soup, salad, sandwiches, tea, and coffee will be served at 13:00 pm
Call for abstracts: Closing date Wednesday 15th November 2023. If you are selected to present you must be a member of RAMI, join online at Membership
All attending must REGISTER by Monday 27th November 2023. There is a registration fee of €20 (twenty euros) for non-RAMI members, the registration fee also covers the CPD cert. RAMI members are free. All attending must register. CPD credits are emailed to all RAMI members and those who register. Please sign the attendance sheet on the day.
Abstract Format: Submit in a MS Word format, no pdf’s permitted. A maximum of 300 words, the word limit excludes the abstract title/authors/institution.
Abstracts are text only and should not include graphics (e.g. figures & tables).
Use no more than 3 references, If more than six authors use the first three authors’ names plus et al.
Do not use text boxes. Normal-spaced text. No headers/footers. Include 4-5 keywords.
Abstract Publication: All submitted abstracts may be considered for online publication in the Irish Journal of Medical Science (IJMS). If you wish to have an abstract published please select the option “Yes” or “No” for publication. Only abstracts not published elsewhere will be considered for publication in the IJMS.
Management of Patients with ……….
K Coughlan1, JP Cruise2, SK Kearns1
Depts. of Physiology1, Medicine for the Elderly2, Tallaght Hospital, Tallaght, Dublin 24
Background: There are no pre-clinical studies focused on ………..
Aims: To review case numbers of pathologists ……
Methods: We retrospectively analysed five procedures occurring ………………
Results: From a total of twelve excisions performed using ………
Conclusions: Our results show a trend towards ………..
- Geck MJ, Yoo S, Wang JC. Assessment of cervical ligamentous injury in trauma patients using MRI. J Spinal Disord. 2001;14(5):371-7
- Smith AB, Clarke DE, Carter PA et al. Bilateral renal cell carcinomas. Ir J Med Sci. 2010;14(3):371-9