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8th Pediatric Ophthalmology and Optometry Conference, will be organized around the theme “Promoting Visual Acuity in Children through Optimal Care & Management”
Pediatric Optometry 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Pediatric Optometry 2019
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Pediatric ophthalmology is focus in development on the various diseases on children vision system. Which affect the pediatric vision such as uveitis, genetic eye disease, growth on abnormalities and more. It is an observation development disorder which is also known as lazy eye. Pediatric ophthalmologists are conduct to the eye examination for various ocular diseases that affect children. Pediatric ophthalmologists are perform to the eye surgery as well as to children's vision problems. Many ophthalmologists are suggested to pediatric patients to a pediatric ophthalmologist for examination of ocular problems due to children comprehensible vision problems, children with head turns, head tilts, or torticollis are typically referred to a pediatric ophthalmologist for evaluation. Pediatric ophthalmologists usually manage adults with eye movement disorders like motion or disease because of their familiarity with abnormal condition
- Track 1-1Pediatric glaucoma
- Track 1-2Attention deficit disorder
- Track 1-3Convergence insufficiency
- Track 1-4Congenital malformations
Pediatric optometry describes to the experts of optometry and vision of science of children. It considers the normal development of children and the impact of poor vision on that development. It has a particular emphasis on the need for eye examinations Pediatrics optometry discovered and investigated on the comprehensive eye exams, lazy eye, low vision exams, dry eye and contact lens.
- Track 2-1Visual acuity
- Track 2-2Binocular vision screening
- Track 2-3Ocular motility
- Track 2-4Fundus examination
- Track 2-5Retinitis pigmentosa
Pediatric Cataracts is blindness in the born babies. It means that the eye's natural lens is cloudy instead of clear. Vision could be hampered to the extent that cataract surgery may be required for removal of your child's natural lens .symptoms of these diseases are delaying the diagnosis for years, lack of reaction to lightweight, strabismus, a failure to note toys and faces or a comprehensible delay in development become the explanation for concern. This disease treated for two ways General surgery, Considerations for treatment
- Track 3-1Secondary Glaucoma
- Track 3-2Postoperative uveitis
- Track 3-3Endopntalmitics
Retinal diseases vary wide, however most of them cause visual symptoms. Retinal diseases will have an effect on any a part of your tissue layer, a skinny layer of tissue on the within back wall of your eye. In these condition retina loss central vision condition, retinal damages, near sightedness. Symptoms of retinal disease are seeing cobwebs, Blurred or distorted, Defects in the side vision, Lost vision.
- Track 4-1Retinal tear
- Track 4-2Diabetic Retinopathy
- Track 4-3Experiential membrane
- Track 4-4Macular hole
- Track 4-5Retinitis pigmentosa
Cornea is front and centre of eye, Iris is colour of the center.corneal transparency permits light to pass into the eye, through the pupil, lens, and onto the retina at the back of the eye.Bacteria,fungal,viral keratitis are causes of corneal diseases.in theses condition eye is damaged secondarily. The iris is a structure composed of connective tissue and blood vessels that lies just anterior to the lens. The central eye is effected by these diseases. The colour of the iris is determined by pigmented cells within the stoma. Pigment may accumulate in these cells during the first year of life, and the colour of the iris often changes during this time. The posterior layer of the iris is deeply pigmented. It extends slightly onto the anterior surface at the edge of the pupil.
- Track 5-1Bullous Keretopathy
- Track 5-2Keratomalacia
- Track 5-3Inflammation
- Track 5-4Ankylosing Spondylitis
Pediatric Glaucoma is rare condition in the children.it caused by incorrect development of the eye’s drainage system before birth. This leads to increased fluid pressure, which in turn damages the optic nerve. Symptoms of childhood glaucoma or Pediatric glaucoma include bulge eyes, cloudiness of the cornea, and photosensitivity. Medical treatments may involve the use of steroid eye drops and oral antibiotics. These treatments facilitate to either increase the exit of fluid from the eye or decrease the assembly of fluid within the attention. It ends up in lower eye pressure.
- Track 6-1Genetic disorder
- Track 6-2Excessive tearing
- Track 6-3Cloudy Eyes
- Track 6-4Wight sensitivity
- Track 6-5Abnormal vision development
Neuro-ophthalmology is derived from neurology and ophthalmology. It describes working of the eye, muscles and never system of eye. Because of the liberal representation of the afferent visual framework inside of the brain in vertebrates, neurological infection might upset vision as a displaying side effect or as an optional impact of the illness. The neurological surgery are measure medicine involved with the diagnosis and treatment of patients with injury to, or diseases/disorders of the brain, medulla spinal is and back, and peripheral nerves at intervals all components of the body.
- Track 7-1Visual system
- Track 7-2Torticollis
- Track 7-3Ptosis
- Track 7-4Eye muscle surgery
The major microorganisms such as bacteria, virus, fungi and parasites are into the human body and are spread and attacks to the interior surface of eye. The interior of the eye lacks lymph vessels but is highly vascularized, and many immune cells reside in the layer of the eye (Uvea), mostly macrophages, antigen cells, and mast cells. These cells fight off pathogens infections, and intraocular inflammation can manifest as uveitis or retinitis. The cornea of eye is especially wide range of microorganisems.it uses to moist mucosal surface make to the cornea particularly susceptible to attack.
- Track 8-1crisis Ocular infections
- Track 8-2Pathogen genome
- Track 8-3Toxoplasmosis
- Track 8-4Glaucomatocyclitic
Ocular biomechanics received vast interest over the last decade. At the turn of the methods to characterise the mechanical properties of the cornea and outside of external organism have, to a large extent, been primitive and hence unable to produce accurate or reliable information on the tissue’s hyperelasticity, hysteresis, viscoelasticity or anisotropy, and the situation was even worse with in-vivo methods.
- Track 9-1Corneal hysteresis
- Track 9-2Young modulus
- Track 9-3Intraocular pressure
- Track 9-4Sclera Ex-vivo
Ocular Oncology is provide expert diagnosis and treatment of ocular tumours and scope of specification. To protect the health and well-being of adult patients with an ocular tumour and to prolong life. Melanomas are important malignancies within the remit of ocular oncology. Outlined are the diagnostic features and management principles, as well as advancements in the field and current challenges. Even though a high rate of local tumour control in uveal melanoma, metastatic spread regularly occurs. Conjunctival melanoma is treated by total resection, but high rates of local intermittence occur, with the probability of systemic relapse and death.
- Track 10-1Ocular oncology
- Track 10-2Retinoblastoma
- Track 10-3Uveal melanoma
- Track 10-4Non-ocular malignancies
Binocular vision is one highpoint of human visual perception, but it is seldom tested by neurologists. Patients should wear their near-correction glasses as well as the polarized glasses while viewing test objects. The development of spatial vision and binocular fusion (sensitive period) starts in the human infant at the age of 3–4 months. A reduction in the visual acuity of one or both eyes with morphologic intactness is called amblyopia. The therapy of choice for all forms of amblyopia is an appropriate occlusion therapy which sometimes must be continued until the child is 12 or 13 years old in order to avoid a recurrence.
- Track 11-1Stereopsis
- Track 11-2Binocular disparity
- Track 11-3Utrocular discrimination
- Track 11-4Allelotropia
Ocular Pharmacology assign with basic and clinical research about biopharmaceuticals. Ocular Pharmacology & Drug Delivery valuable information on the practical uses of drugs in primary eye care. Conversation of the pharmacology of ocular drugs comparatively anti-infective agents, anti-glaucoma drugs, and anti-allergy drugs lead to more in-depth information on ocular drugs used to treat a diversity of disorders, including diseases of the eyelids, corneal diseases, ocular infections, and glaucoma. The major challenge faced by today’s pharmacologist and formulation scientist is ocular drug delivery. Thematic eye drop is the most proper and patient complaisant route of drug administration, especially for the treatment of preceding segment diseases. Delivery of drugs to the targeted ocular tissues is confined by various precorneal, dynamic and static ocular barriers.
- Track 12-1Eye drops
- Track 12-2Conveyance framework
- Track 12-3Focal points
- Track 12-4Liposomes
Management for pediatric cataracts should be classified and desire experienced team work. In many cases of congenital cataracts are familial or idiopathic; only rare cases are they associated with metabolic disorders or ocular abnormalities. The procedure of treatment is of crucial importance for visual rehabilitation. Cataract surgery is assign when the opacity significantly obscures the visual axis. The pediatric eye is not simply an underestimate adult eye, surgery should be achieved by a professional surgeon and the postoperative course needs to be monitored carefully.
- Track 13-1Children undergoing eye surgery
- Track 13-2Glaucoma
- Track 13-3Retinopathy of prematurity
- Track 13-4Nasolacrimal duct stenosis
Ophthalmoscopy is a standard instrument for clinical examination of the ocular fundus has been direct. This is a monocular viewer with various settings that allow focusing and adjustment of the light source to accommodate the viewer and to evaluate various features of the fundus newly, the panoptic ophthalmoscope, and a radically different instrument that provides a much larger view of the fundus, and promote viewing even through an undiluted pupil. It is also a monocular instrument that provides direct visualization of the fundus with a variety of settings and attachments for ocular examinations.
- Track 14-1Ophthalmoscope
- Track 14-2Focusing
- Track 14-3Larger view of the fundus
- Track 14-4Ocular examinations
Opthalscope is also called as fuduscope.it is the test allows to health professionals to see inside the retina, optic disc, macula, fovea and posterior pole. These are including in fundus. Ophthalmic pathology focuses on diseases of the view point and its close object. Closeness designation of diseases is provided by the ophthalmic pathology investigation. Pathological tissues are considered macroscopically, it is obverse to pathological diseases microscopically and on the ultra-structural level. Advanced microorganism, proteomic, and genetics techniques are frequently used to diagnose diseases at a molecular level. The pathologic designation of the ailment plays outstanding role in patient care. Ophthalmic pathology is laboratory process. This process produced by opthomologist.The drug is supplied to the patents by suggestion of ophthalmologist to conduct the eye examination.
- Track 15-1Optic disc
- Track 15-2Visual Sciences
- Track 15-3Autopsy specimens
- Track 15-4Immunohistochemical stains
Advanced Vision Science is representing in the research, development, and manufacture of ophthalmic medical devices to preserve and improve people’s eyesight and health. It provides intraocular lenses and lens materials. Vision science is the scientific study of vision. It is ability to explain the surrounding environment using light in the visible spectrum reflected by the objects in the environment. Vision science encompasses all studies of vision. AVS has been prefabricate ophthalmic devices since 1975.
- Track 16-1Intraocular lenses
- Track 16-2Ophthalmic medical devices
- Track 16-3Data visualization
- Track 16-4Human factors and ergonomics
A refractive error may be a quite common eye disorder. It happens once the eye cannot clearly focus the pictures from the outside world. It occurs when the eye cannot clearly focus the images from the exterior world. It causes to blurred vision, visual impairment, near sightedness and far sightedness, Irregular curved corner, double vision, headache. Refractive error accounts for 1/2 the worldwide burden of avertable vision impairment and nearly a 3rd of the worldwide burden of avertable vision defect. Globally, 153 million folks have disablement or are blind thanks to uncorrected refractive error and therefore the majority board low financial gain countries.1 in addition, 410 million folks have problem with close to tasks as a result of they lack reading glasses.
- Track 17-1Myopia
- Track 17-2Hyperopia
- Track 17-3Astigmatism
- Track 17-4Double vision