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World Congress on Ophthalmology & Optometry, will be organized around the theme “Evaluating and implementing a new Technology in vision and Ophthalmology”
Ophthalmology-2019 is comprised of 18 tracks and 108 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Ophthalmology-2019.
Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.
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ophthalmology is a stream of medicine dealing with eye and visual system. Ophthalmology completely relates to both internal visual system and external parts such eye ball, eye lid, eye lashes and tear formation.Treatments include right from external eye care to using medical ,surgical and rehabilitate methods to treat various eye related problems. Many specialists such as Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Vision Specialists working on various aspects to eradicate blindness. To have blind free world, it is very important for the clinicians and researchers to meet and discuss about the various aspects to bring research into clinical practice. Also certain diagnosis concerns can be dealt with finding novel solution through research. Ophthalmology conferences are being conducted to bring the researchers and clinicians together and have a beneficial discussion and make the world blind free.
- Track 1-1Anterior segment surgery
- Track 1-2Ocular Bobbing
- Track 1-3Vitreo-retinal surgery
- Track 1-4Oculoplastics
- Track 1-5Optic Nerve Hypoplasia
- Track 1-6Saccadic System
- Track 1-7Refractive surgery
Track 2: Perception and Visual Cognition
Perception and Visual cognition are based on the methods that incorporate psychophysics, eye movements, electrophysiology, structural and functional neuroimaging, as well as computational modelling. Visual search, spatial vision, perceptual organization, object recognition, semantic processing and categorization, face perception, visual neglect, visual agnosia, perception for action, visual working memory, inhibition and cognitive control, reading, and social vision.
- Track 2-1Spatial Vision
- Track 2-2Dynamic and Pictorial Depth Cues
- Track 2-3Visual Awareness
- Track 2-4Motion Perception
- Track 2-5Events Perception
- Track 2-6Visual Memory and Imagery
- Track 2-7Visual Evoked Potentials (VEG)
Track 3: Pediatric Ophthalmology
Pediatric Ophthalmology is a sub-speciality of ophthalmology concerned with eye diseases, visual development, and vision care in children. Pediatric ophthalmologists focus on the development of the visual system and the various diseases that disrupt visual development in children. Pediatric ophthalmologists also have expertise in managing the various ocular diseases that affect children.
- Track 3-1Strabismus
- Track 3-2Eye Problems in Children
- Track 3-3Vision Screening
- Track 3-4Amblyopia
- Track 3-5Pediatric glaucoma
- Track 3-6Pediatric cataracts
Track 4: Infant vision
Your child's vision development begins before birth. From the day your baby's born, her eyes will aid her physical, mental, and emotional development by allowing her to take in information – a little bit at first, and eventually much more – about the world around her. The visual system of a newborn infant takes some time to develop. In the first week of life, babies don't see much detail. Their first view of the world is indistinct and only in shades of gray.
- Track 4-1Infant Visual Development
- Track 4-2Depth perception
- Track 4-3Color sensitivity
- Track 4-4Light sensitivity
- Track 4-5Acuity
Track 5: Clinical Ophthalmology
- Track 5-1Oculoplastic Surgery
- Track 5-2Cataract and Refractive Surgery
- Track 5-3Ophthalmic Surgery
- Track 5-4Corneal Diseases
- Track 5-5Orbital Disorders
- Track 5-6Uveitis
Track 6: Retinal care
The Retina is a thin layer of tissue that lines the back of the eye on the inside. It is located near the optic nerve. The purpose of the retina is to receive light that the lens has focused, convert the light into neural signals, and send these signals on to the brain for visual recognition.
- Track 6-1Retinal Lasers
- Track 6-2Retinal Disorders
- Track 6-3Retinopathy of Prematurity
- Track 6-4Retinal Tears
- Track 6-5Retinal Detachment
- Track 6-6Vitreo Retinal (VR) Surgeries
- Track 6-7Retinal Artery Occlusion
- Track 6-8Retinal Vein Occlusion
Track 7: Scrutiny of Visual Sensory System
Despite advances in neurodiagnostic imaging and other techniques, examination of the afferent visual sensory system is still the core of the neuro-ophthalmologic examination. A thorough refraction is an essential part of all clinical neuro ophthalmologic examinations. Confrontation visual fields should be part of every afferent system examination. The relationship between the physical properties of light and perceptual and behavioural responses is known as visual psychophysics, which serves as the foundation for the clinical assessment of visual function. The determination of whether a patient’s visual field improves worsens, or remains stable over time is the most difficult aspect of visual field interpretation. Many attempts have been made to investigate visual field function using evoked potentials to visual stimuli.
- Track 7-1Colour Vision and Brightness Comparison
- Track 7-2Pulfrich Phenomenon
- Track 7-3Perimetry and Visual Field Testing
- Track 7-4Contract Sensitivity
- Track 7-5Electroretinogram (ERG)
- Track 7-6Visual Evoked Potentials (VEG)
- Track 7-7End-gaze Nystagmus
- Track 7-8Voluntary Nystagmus
- Track 7-9Gaze-evoked Nystagmus
Track 8: Eye Health
Your Eyes are an important part of your Health. Most people rely on their eyes to see and make sense of the world around them. Low vision and blindness have dire effects on individuals, families, and communities. These effects range from a decrease in quality of life and increased mortality to large-scale economic consequences. Primary eye care (PEC) is a broad concept, encompassing the prevention of potentially blinding eye diseases through primary health care (PHC). You might think your vision is fine or that your eyes are healthy, really be sure.
- Track 8-1Optic lens and other eye protectors
- Track 8-2Eye Nutrition
- Track 8-3Eye drops and oral medication
- Track 8-4Immune Therapy in Ophthalmology
- Track 8-5Monitoring of Intracranial Pressure
- Track 8-6Pituitary Surgery (transphenoidal adenomectomy)
- Track 8-7Interventional Neuroradiology Techniques
Track 9: Ocular and Neurologics Evaluation
Incomplete assessment of patients during routine examinations and the failure to correlate symptoms with signs are probably more common reasons for missed neuro-ophthalmic diagnoses than the potential subtlety of neuro-ophthalmic signs. Suggestions for incorporating a more thorough, efficient eye examination in routine practice are included in the Examination efficiency. There are several causes of decreased vision following a neurological event (such as acquired brain injury). It is important to determine the cause of the decreased vision as it will allow the doctor to discuss prognosis and potential for improvement.
- Track 9-1Evaluation of Visual Function
- Track 9-2Exophthalmometry
- Track 9-3Intraocular Pressure
- Track 9-4Pupillary Examination
- Track 9-5Venous Pulsations
Track 10: Cosmetic /Aesthetic ophthalmology
Primary training in Ophthalmology brings in all the concepts of micro-incisions, fine suturing and working under microscopes. This comes as an advantage of Cosmetic Surgery in Ophthalmology. Moreover since majority of aging changes occur around the eyes, an ophthalmic plastic surgeon can better address these issues through hidden incisions behind the eyelid. The goals of cosmetic ophthalmology are to reduce the signs of ageing and improve facial features through both surgical and non-surgical techniques, wrinkles, drooping eyelids, darkness under the eyes and loose puffy skin as well as unwanted hair and veins can be treated successfully.
- Track 10-1Botox
- Track 10-2Hyaluronic
- Track 10-3Blepharoplasty
- Track 10-4Radiofrequency
- Track 10-5Mesotherapy
Track 11: Optometry and Vision science
Vision science is the scientific study of vision. Vision science encompasses all studies of vision, such as how human and non-human organisms process visual information, how conscious visual perception works in humans, how to exploit visual perception for effective communication, and how artificial systems can do the same tasks. Optometry is a healthcare profession that is autonomous, educated, and regulated (licensed/registered), and optometrists are the primary healthcare practitioners of the eye and visual system who provide comprehensive eye and vision care, which includes refraction and dispensing, detection/diagnosis and management of disease in the eye, and the rehabilitation of conditions of the visual system.
- Track 11-1Development of Refractive Error
- Track 11-2Visuomotor Sensitivity
- Track 11-3Visual Acuity
- Track 11-4Vision Therapy
- Track 11-5Stereoscopic Vision
- Track 11-6Refraction in Vision Research
- Track 11-7Contour Interaction in Foveal Vision
- Track 11-8Access to Eye Care by Asylum Seeker and Refugee Communities in Australia
Vision science is the scientific study of vision. The visual framework is delightfully made to transmit data of the outside world to visual preparing and subjective focuses in the cerebrum. The premise of comprehension is the cerebrum's capacity to synchronize all the electrical movement it is continually accepting and producing. The essential goal of visual neuroscience is to perceive how neural activity brings about visual acknowledgment, and furthermore hones dependent on vision.
- Track 12-1Nanotechnology in Ophthalmology
- Track 12-2Computer Vision
- Track 12-3Ocular Biomechanics
- Track 12-4Optogenetics
- Track 12-5Ocular Therapeutics
- Track 12-6Psychophysics
Our brain only needs a split second to determine what we’re seeing. The area in our brain that can categorize these visual observations so quickly is the so-called ventral-temporal cortex, the visual brain. It is found that blind individuals also use the map in the visual brain. Their visual brain responds in a different way to each category. This means that blind people, too, use this part of the brain to differentiate between categories, even though they’ve never had any visual input.
- Track 13-1Cognitive Neuroscience of Blindness
- Track 13-2Blind Rehabilitation
- Track 13-3Space in Blind persons
- Track 13-4Impaired Fear Conditions
- Track 13-5Repeated Visual Hallucinations
- Track 14-1Stem cell therapy in the reversal of visual loss
- Track 14-2Peri Ocular Trauma and Transplantation and Regeneration of Optic nerve
- Track 14-3Thyroid eye disease prevention
- Track 14-4Neuroplasticity of the central nervous system
- Track 14-5Ocular Homeostasis, The Tear Film and Ocular Comfort
- Track 14-6Research in Orthokeratology
- Track 14-7Surface and material perception
- Track 14-8Neurochemistry of the normal and diseased retina
- Track 14-9New Approaches for treating Glaucoma
- Track 14-10Correcting Refractive errors
Tracks 15: Glaucoma Surgery
All glaucoma surgery procedures (whether laser or non-laser) are designed to accomplish one of two basic results: decrease the production of intraocular fluid (aqueous humor or increase the outflow (drainage) of this same fluid. Surgery isn’t usually the first step to treat glaucoma, but it may save your eyesight if other treatments don’t work. Surgery involves either laser treatment or making a cut in the eye to reduce the intraocular pressure.
- Track 15-1Argon laser trabeculoplasty (ALT):
- Track 15-2Selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT)
- Track 15-3Laser peripheral iridotomy (LPI)
- Track 15-4Cyclophotocoagulation
Tracks 16 :Refractive Surgery
Vision correction surgery, also called refractive and laser eye surgery, refers to any surgical procedure used to fix vision problems. Recent years have seen huge advances in this field. Refractive and laser eye surgery allow many patients to see better than any other time in their lives.
Most types of vision correction surgery reshape your cornea, the clear front part of your eye. That lets light travel through it and focus properly on the back of your eye, or retina
- Track 16-1LASIK
- Track 16-2Photorefractive keratectomy
- Track 16-3Refractive lens exchange
- Track 16-4PRELEX
Tracks 16 :Congenital cataracts
A congenital cataract is a clouding of the eye's natural lens that is present at birth.Depending on the density and location of the opacification, congenital cataracts may need to be removed by cataract surgery while the child is still an infant to enable normal vision development and prevent amblyopia and even blindness.
Congenital cataracts can occur in newborn babies for many reasons, including inherited tendencies, infection, metabolic problems, diabetes, trauma, inflammation or drug reactions
- Track 17-1Anterior polar cataracts
- Track 17-2Posterior polar cataracts
- Track 17-3Nuclear cataracts
- Track 17-4Cerulean cataracts
In ophthalmology, diagnosis is the major important part for deciding the treatment for the patients. Only through the proper instrumentation technique, this is achieved. The posterior part of the eye consists of vitreous humor, retina, choroid, and optic nerve. These are viewed using the proper Instruments. Mostly for retinal analysis, optical coherence tomography(OCT) is used. OCT is an imaging technique used for viewing the eye in Two- and Three- Dimensions and for capturing the micrometre resolutions. This is the most important and emerging technologies in the diagnosis because of its easy prediction, Non-invasive technique, less strain and time consumption technique. There are many instruments specially designed for the detection of the eye problems and for the rectification.
- Track 18-1Digital Fundus Camera
- Track 18-2SD-OCT and TD-OCT