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June 21-22, 2023 | 10:00 AM GMT


Rome, Italy

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Glaucoma Several eye diseases, including glaucoma, can harm the nerves optics, which is crucial for maintaining long-term vision. The extremely high pressure in your eye frequently results in this injury. We can shield our eyes from serious vision loss with early therapy. One of the main causes of blindness in adults over sixty is glaucoma.

  • Primary open-angle (Chronic) glaucoma
  • Angle-closure glaucoma
  • Eye Pressure Testing

Numerous eye illnesses have no early warning signs. They are also painless, and until the condition has progressed significantly, you might not notice any changes in your vision. Regular expert eye exams are the greatest approach to safeguard your vision. Of course, in between exams, if you detect a change in your vision or believe your eye may have been hurt in any way, call your eye doctor right once.

  • Night Blindness
  • Keratoconus
  • Age-Related Macular Degeneration
  • Cataracts in Babies
  • Diabetic Macular Edema

Eye surgery, sometimes known as ocular surgery, is surgery performed on the eye or a component of it, typically by a fellow oculist. To prevent or lessen any damage, the eye must be treated with particular caution before, during, and after surgery. The right surgical treatment must be chosen for the patient, and essential safety measures must be taken, according to an expert eye surgeon.

  • Laser eye surgery
  • Cataract surgery
  • Corneal surgery
  • Vitreo-retinal surgery
  • Eye muscle surgery
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Retinal Replacement Surgery

A branch of ophthalmology known as juvenile ophthalmology focuses on children's vision problems, visual growth, and eye illnesses. Juvenile ophthalmologists are experts in disorders that affect the sensory system and the development of the visual system in children. Juvenile ophthalmologists are skilled at treating numerous childhood ocular problems.

  • Amblyopia
  • Accommodative insufficiency
  • Convergence insufficiency
  • Ptosis
  • Pediatric glaucoma
  • Genetic disorders
  • Orbital tumours

The second part of the eye, after the cornea, is the lens, which helps focus light and images on your retina. The lens adjusts the shape of the eye's lens to change the focal distance, allowing the eye to focus on objects at various distances and produce a sharp real image of an object of interest on the retina.

  • Toric contacts
  • Lasik
  • Rigid gas permeable lenses
  • Myopia
  • Astigmatism
  • Presbyopia

Eye allergies are a response to allergens that enter your eyes from the inside and outside. Eye allergies, often known as "allergic conjunctivitis," are frequent illness that affects the eyes. The conjunctiva is the tissue that borders the outside of the eyeball and the inside of the eyelid. Your eyelid and eyeball remain moist thanks to this tissue. When this tissue swells up, allergic conjunctivitis develops.

  • Redness
  • Itchiness
  • Burning feeling
  • Watery eyes
  • Swollen eyelids
  • Feeling like there is dirt or grit in your eyes

The academic discipline of neuro-ophthalmology combines the fields of neurology and medicine and typically treats severe general disorders that present in the visual system. The Neuro-Ophthalmology Service manages conditions such as optic redness, anaemia optic pathology, brain tumors affecting the optic nerves or other body parts, strokes that result in visual loss or impairment, transient monocular blindness, hemicranias with visible symptoms, disease of the neuromuscular junction, disseminated multiple sclerosis, mitochondrial illness, a degenerative condition that affects the attention, and unexplained vision loss.

  • Related Conditions and Treatments
  • Headache and Facial Pain
  • Myasthenia Gravis
  • Bell’s palsy
  • Multiple Sclerosis

A cataract may be the vaporization of the eye's lens, which impairs vision. The majority of cataracts are age-related. Cataracts, or the clouding of the eye's lens, can be brought on by old age, a birth defect, an injury, or other conditions. A cataract is a chronic eye disease in which the normally clear lens of the eye becomes hazy or opaque, impairing vision.

  • Macular degeneration
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Dry eyes
  • Age-related macular degeneration
  • Corneal Ulcer
  • Corneal Dystrophy

Despite the fact that vision difficulties may appear unavoidable, current developments may point the way to a clearer future. Vision is a crucial sense; however, there are 150 million people who have severe vision impairment and 50 million people who are blind worldwide. The majority of human eye illnesses are hereditary in origin, however, injury and infection can result in damage.

  • Binocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope
  • Manual Keratometer, Auto refractor
  • Argon or Diode laser
  • Argon or Diode laser
  • Phoropter
  • Femtosecond laser

One of the most prevalent types of sickness worldwide is an infection of the exterior parts of the brain. In addition, while being highly impenetrable to microbes, the eye's micro biome can get infected as a result of trauma, surgery, or systemic illness. In this article, the main eye diseases caused by viruses, bacteria, fungi, and protozoa are reviewed along with their general biology.

  • Oncology
  • Ocular Bio-mechanics
  • Ocular Refraction
  • Oculoplasty
  • Ocular tumors
  • Radio & Laser Therapy

Optometry and vision Science, eye, vision, and vision science have all advanced recently thanks to science. Optometry is a medical specialty that involves not only diagnosing and treating eye diseases but also checking for faults or anomalies in the eyes and related visual systems. Optometry has always been primarily concerned with using spectacles to treat refractive errors.

A disorder known as corneal dystrophy occurs when the cornea develops a build-up of material that causes the cornea to become cloudy, causing one or more areas to lose their typical clarity. These ailments: are commonly inherited. Both of the eyes Your vision will be affected by the scars left behind if your membrane is ruptured as a result of an illness, infection, or related accident.

  • Infections
  • Dystrophies and degenerative corneal disorders
  • Ectasia
  • Growths
  • Herpes Zoster

90% of the currently available ophthalmic formulations are available in the traditional dose form of eye drops. It seems that there is a growing trend in ophthalmic drug delivery system research to combine several drug delivery technologies. Today's pharmaceutical chemists and formulation experts face a significant challenge: ocular medication delivery.

  • Principles of Ocular Pharmacology
  • Administrative routes of Drugs
  • Special Forms of Drugs
  • Pharmacotherapeutics

Enucleating is the most popular surgery used to remove an eye that has been seriously injured or diseased. The person receiving the enucleating operation is often equipped with a specialized prosthetic eye after the afflicted eye is surgically removed (also called an artificial eye, "glass eye" or ocular prosthesis). In general, it is preferable to avoid surgery if at all feasible. Painted contact lenses or shells are worn over a blind eye can frequently pass for real eyes.

This crucial tissue is impacted by a retinal disorder or illness, which in turn impacts vision to the point of blindness. Floaters, degeneration, diabetes, vision impairment, and inflammation pigments are among the common retinal disorders. It's possible that the membrane is a layer of tissue at the back of your eye that detects light and transmits images to your brain. The macula is located in the middle of this nerve tissue.

  • Vitreo-Retinal
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Epiretinal membrane
  • Floaters
  • Retinitis Pigmentosa

Dry eyes are a common and frequently persistent issue. Insufficient tears are to blame for the dry eyes. A condition known as dry eye occurs when there aren't enough good tears to lubricate and feed the eye. Clear vision is made possible by tears, which are essential for maintaining the health of the front surface of the eye. A complex mixture of water, fatty acids, and mucus make up our tears.

  • Burning sensation
  • Itchy eyes
  • Aching sensations
  • Fatigued eyes
  • Sore eyes
  • Dryness sensation
  • Photophobia
  • Heavy eyes

The use of smartphones and pills is at an all-time high in Australia and around the world, and the accompanying headaches, eyestrain, dry eyes, and sore eyes are common. This review summarises the available literature and takes these symptoms into account in relation to an ocular surface or visual sense etiology. Additionally, laptop and PC-related eye issues affect everyone: according to a 2015 diagram for the fantasy Council, 65% of American Adults news individuals show indicators of modern eye strain.

  • Blue light
  • Computer vision syndrome
  • Myopia in children

A technique for improving or changing vision is refractive surgery. By reshaping the cornea—the clear, rounded vault at the front of the eye—surgeons can modify or alter the eye's ability to focus. A focal point may be incorporated into many systems inside the eye. With LASIK, the cornea is reshaped using a laser, making it the most widely used type of refractive surgery.

Eyes are thought to have cataracts when their lens gets cloudy. As a result, perception deteriorates, making it particularly difficult to perceive fine details properly. Some people may only notice a slight change in their eyesight, but others may lose their vision suddenly.

The medical retina is an ophthalmology specialist that focuses on the diagnosis, management, and treatment of retinal diseases in the office setting. Among the ailments that can affect the retina are age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, hypertensive retinopathy, vitreous floaters, retinal vascular disorders, retinal tears, and a few different types of retinal detachments.