About Ophthalmology Conferences
Ophthalmology Conference is an outstanding platform to examine vitally important research and to strengthen the associations and scientific research. This conference intention were gathering the famous Scientists, Professors and Research experts across the world under a single roof, where they confer the research and advancements in the field of Ophthalmology to promote continuous medical education and inspire a nourishing exchange of facts and concepts about eye care. Ophthalmology is a unique international conference that recognizes itself by addressing topics that provide both systematic benefit and practical execution tactics.
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Ophthalmology is a division of medicine and surgery which deals with the diagnosis and treatment of eye disorders and visual systems. Ophthalmology entirely relates to core visual system parts such as eyeball, eyelid, eyelashes and tear formation. Due to increasing the incidence and prevalence of eye-related disorders such as Cataract, Glaucoma, Macular degeneration, Diabetic retinopathy, Dry eyes, Strabismus, Proptosis, Excessive tearing, Uveitis, Eye tumour’s and Refractive surgery among the aging population and low awareness about the ophthalmic disorders, especially in developing countries.
Eye health services are becoming more important as the world population ages. An aging population means there are more occurrences of age-related diseases such as age-related macular degeneration. These eye diseases can be effectively treated if caught early and it can be controlled effectively with existing treatments.
Eye specialists such as Ophthalmologists, Optometrists and Vision Specialists are working on different aspects to eradicate blindness. To have a blind free world, the clinicians and research scholars need to connect and examine the different aspects to bring research into clinical practice.
Ophthalmology conferences are conducted to bring scientists and clinicians together and make the world blind free. This is mainly due to the lack of awareness amongst the rural population about the various eye disorders. Hence there is an enormous need and demand for eye care professionals to deal with eye disorders and diseases.
Ages or diseases in the body also may stop a person from producing enough tears or making them well. Without enough tears, eyes turn into “dry eye” and may feel uncomfortably gritty. Generally, artificial tears can be managed to keep the eye moist and make the patient more comfortable.
Another problem is called the “pink eye”. The white of the eye becomes very red or milky fluid that makes the lids stick together. The medical word for pink eye is conjunctivitis because it is swelling of tiny blood vessels. The swelling might be caused by an illness and allergy.
Glaucoma, when the optic nerve is injured inside the eye with high pressure. Treatment is to lower the eye pressure level if the pressure is normal when glaucoma is identified. The internal eye fluid is constantly generated inside the eye and drains through a mesh structure inside the front chamber of the eye. If the fluid has difficult draining, eye pressure will also rise.
Glaucoma usually is not distressing, and from the outside, the eyes look ordinary. Eye pressure can be higher than normal for years before a person detects any loss of vision. For this reason, ophthalmologists have special procedures to measure eye pressure and look at the optic nerve, which they use as part of a routine eye examination. People who have glaucoma nearly always can protect their vision if the problem is noticed before it causes constant damage and if they receive proper medicine. Treatment is usually in the form of eyedrops, but rarely laser or conventional surgery is required.
A cataract is another eye problem. It is a slow clouding of the eye’s crystalline lens, which can appear as a natural part of aging. If the lens enhances too cloudy, it will not accept light rays to strike the retina accurately. To a person with a cataract, objects might seem smeared and cloudy, but some cataracts hardly effect with vision at all. Older people use cataracts more often than younger people, but even kids can have them. The ophthalmologist can operate an operation to remove part of the cataract critically affects eyesight.
The retina is so vital to a sight that anything that goes wrong with it can seriously affect vision. This eye problem is known as diabetic retinopathy. People with diabetes may not detect any loss of vision for many years, but the disease can still be affecting “silent” retinal loss that may lead to blindness.
The retina is made up of some tissue-thin layers. Sometimes an injury or disease can affect two of these layers to tear and split from each other. This is called a retinal detachment and it can lead instantly to blindness. The ophthalmologist can reattach the torn retina by surgical methods suitable for the severity of the condition. Older people sometimes start to lose vision when a portion of the retina becomes powerless to work because of age. This area called the macula. The eye problem is commonly known as age-related macular degeneration.
According to research, it is estimated that around 48% of the world population is blind. More than 60 million people are affected, and it is expected that the number would rise to 80 million by the end of 2020.
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