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2nd International Conference and Expo on Advanced Eye Care and Cataract , will be organized around the theme “Colosseum of Cataract Cure”

Advanced Eye Care 2018 is comprised of 18 tracks and 95 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Advanced Eye Care 2018.

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Cataract is a thick, overcast region that structures in the eye's common lens. It creates at gradually and in the end begins meddling with the vision. Individuals may wind up with Cataracts in both eyes, yet they for the most part don't shape in the meantime. Cataract is an exceptionally normal subject to be talked about in the Ophthalmology Conferences. Cataract is one of the regular ailments in more seasoned people.50% of the populace in the United States and Europe have cataracts and have turned into the most widely recognized reason of vision misfortune on the planet.

  • Track 1-1Age-Related Cataracts
  • Track 1-2Vitrectomy and other vitreous surgeries
  • Track 1-3Cataracts in post-keratoplasty patients
  • Track 1-4Polar Cataract
  • Track 1-5Management
  • Track 1-6Epigenetic Factors of Cataract
  • Track 1-7Posterior Sub capsular Cataracts
  • Track 1-8Cortical Cataracts
  • Track 1-9Nuclear Cataracts
  • Track 1-10Traumatic Cataracts
  • Track 1-11Secondary Cataracts
  • Track 1-12Congenital Cataracts
  • Track 1-13Sub Capsular cataract

Due to aging as also other variable factors, when the natural lens of the eye loses its transparent nature and the opacity starts increasing, the most effective decision is to get rid of the cataract through surgery, like Cryoextraction is performed. In cataract surgery, the lens inside the eye that has started turning shady is removed and substituted with a mimicked lens (called an intraocular lens, or IOL) to restore clear vision. The system routinely is performed on an outpatient start and does not require an overnight stay in a center or other medical centers. Most present Cataract surgery incorporates the usage of a high-repeat ultrasound device that isolates the cloudy lens into little pieces, which are then delicately removed from the eye by suction. The upcoming American Ophthalmology Conference may likewise concentrate on Cataract surgery as this is the most widely recognized eye sickness everywhere across the world.

  • Track 2-1Phacoemulsification
  • Track 2-2Manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS)
  • Track 2-3Extra capsular cataract extraction (ECCE)
  • Track 2-4Intracapsular cataract extraction (ICCE)
  • Track 2-5Cryoextraction
  • Track 2-6Intraocular Lens Implantation
  • Track 2-7Use of Intra ocular antibiotics to prevent infection in cataract surgeries

A cataract is the development of a turbid or opaque layer over the lens of the eye, at the rear of iris inside the eye. The blurry and dull image will develop due to dense lens of the eye through which the light rays pass and gets scattered through the cloudy lens.  Children can have congenital (birth) cataract or acquired cataract during later part of their development. As per the records and estimation, it is noted that one in every 250 children may get a cataract either in utero or during their growth after birth.  A cataract can effect either single or both the eyes.

  • Track 3-1Etiology
  • Track 3-2Operative Techniques and Evaluation of the critical age for Pediatrics cataract
  • Track 3-3Role of vision screening in diagnosis
  • Track 3-4Morphology of Pediatric Cataracts
  • Track 3-5Acquired or Juvenile Cataract
  • Track 3-6Congenital or Infantile Cataract
  • Track 3-7Epidemiology
  • Track 3-8Management
  • Track 3-9Diagnosis
  • Track 3-10Post operative follow up, risks and medication

In many cases, the diagnosis of a cataract is fairly simple. However, in the prenatal population, although diagnosis is possible it is a bit more difficult. Ultrasounds have proven an effective method to detect cataracts in unborn children. It is imperative that they be detected early if present as cataracts in babies can result in blindness for life if not treated properly and quickly soon after birth.

During an eye exam, performed by an ophthalmologist or optometrist, there are several tests which may be administered to check for the presence of a cataracts.

  • A visual acuity test will measure how well the individual can see while standing at various lengths from the cue card.
  • A slip lamp exam uses a specialized microscope to increase the magnification of the eye. The specialist can then examine the eye in detail and up close.
  • A tonometry test is a standard test which measures the fluid pressure inside the eye. The major finding in this test, if an increased pressure is detected, is the possibility of glaucoma.
  • A dilated eye exam dilates the pupil. In this manner, the specialist is better able to view the lens to check for the present of a cataracts.
  • Track 4-1Refraction Test
  • Track 4-2Visual Acuity Test
  • Track 4-3Slit-Lamp Examination
  • Track 4-4Retinal Examination
  • Track 4-5Tonometry
  • Track 4-6Follow up till surgery and restrictions to avoid accidents

The most widely recognized vision issues are refractive conditions or refractive errors, all the more normally known as partial blindness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia. Refractive blunders happen when the state of the eye keeps light from concentrating straightforwardly on the retina. The length of the eyeball (either more or shorter), changes fit as a fiddle of the cornea, or maturing of the lens can bring about refractive blunders. A great many people have one or a greater amount of these conditions. This ophthalmology meeting like AAO 2017 will examine about Infection in the prebyopia,astigmatism.

  • Track 5-1Myopia
  • Track 5-2 Hyperopia
  • Track 5-3 Presbyopia
  • Track 5-4Astigmatism

In case a man has a refractive bungle, for instance, incomplete visual impairment (partial blindness), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism or presbyopia, refractive surgery is a methodology for changing or upgrading your vision. It has been the major topics discussed in the entire ophthalmology meeting. There are diverse surgical frameworks for reshaping in order to redress or adjusting your eye's focusing limit the cornea, or clear, round curve at the front of the eye. The most essential sort of refractive surgery is LASIK Refractive Surgery. Some Surgical procedure

  • Track 6-1Phaco cataract surgery
  • Track 6-2 LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis)
  • Track 6-3Wavefront LASIK
  • Track 6-4 LASEK (laser epithelial keratomileusis)
  • Track 6-5 PRK (photorefractive keratectomy), AK or RLI (astigmatic keratotomy) and RK (radial keratotomy)
  • Track 6-6CK (conductive keratoplasty)
  • Track 6-7Intacs corneal rings
  • Track 6-8 RLE (refractive lens exchange) and PRELEX (presbyopic lens exchange)
  • Track 6-9EpiLasik

With increasing age, everyone is at danger of cataract as it is an almost inevitable accompanyment with the process of ageing. By the age of 80, around 70 percent of individuals start suffering from cataracts. With developing age, ournatural lens of the eye turns out to be less adaptable, and thicker in curvature causing blurred vision without proper clarity or resolution. This majorly happens due to the accumulation of proteins on the lens with time. Maturing Age, ultraviolet radiation of sun and different disease as well as lifestyle conditions viz; diabetes, hypertension, obesity, smoking and hormone replacement therapy comprises of a huge portion of the regular cataract hazard factors. Cataract Risk Factors must be examined in all the ophthalmology congresses that will be organized in the coming years across the globe.

  • Track 7-1Advancing Age
  • Track 7-2Previous eye surgery
  • Track 7-3UV Radiation
  • Track 7-4Obesity and Hypertension
  • Track 7-5Hormone replacement therapy
  • Track 7-6Prolonged and Intense Myopia
  • Track 7-7Smoking and Alcohol
  • Track 7-8Diabetes
  • Track 7-9Genetic

Besides other landmark and breakthrough miracles of human inventions, medical science has also come a very long way. Development of modern instruments, upgradation of the entire treatment procedures and life supporting aids towards the patients, it has indeed helped man to increase his average life span on earth. One of the most vital organs as well as one of the sense organs of human being eyes, are an indispensable part of our lives. Any visual problem with age or congenitally makes life difficult. But with time, cure for blindness, improved vision during old age, fast relief and cure from various critical eye infections have become easier and much more easily available to the global citizens.

  • Track 8-1Nano-electronics focusing on artificial vision
  • Track 8-2Stem Cell Therapy in ophthalmology
  • Track 8-3Pterigiyum Surgeries
  • Track 8-4Conjunctival autografting
  • Track 8-5Amblyopia treatment
  • Track 8-6Glaucoma Treatment

Recent studies show that the incidence of cataracts is much higher compared to that of diabetic retinopathy and Glaucoma. It has become the most common disease in aging adults and turns out to be an inevitable accompaniment during old age.  "Prevention is better than cure"- this has been a motto for maintaenance of good health in humans for a very long period of time. Under circumstances where cataract has become such a wide occurence disease, and it has exposure to modern day environment behind its occurence as a major factor, prevention becomes an intelligent step that might avoid the occurence of this disease.

  • Track 9-1Eye Nutrition
  • Track 9-2Regular Follow up

An intraocular lens (IOL) is a lens implanted in the eye used to treat Cataracts or astigmatism. These are installed in the midst of Cataract surgery, after the cloudy crystalline lens (likewise called a Cataract) has been removed. IOL replaces the primary crystalline lens, and gives the light focusing work at first grasped by the crystalline lens. It has been the major topics discussed in all the ophthalmology associations meeting. There are a couple of lens named as Monovision with Intraocular Lens that are put over the present trademark lens, and is used as a piece of refractive surgery to change the eye's optical power as a treatment for astigmatism or nearsightedness.IOLs were usually made of an unbendable material (PMMA), despite the way this has, all things considered, been superseded by the usage of versatile materials.

  • Track 10-1Premium IOLs
  • Track 10-2Toric IOLs
  • Track 10-3Monovision with Intraocular Lenses
  • Track 10-4Aspheric IOLs
  • Track 10-5Blue Light-Filtering IOLs
  • Track 10-6Light-Adjustable Lenses (LALs)
  • Track 10-7"Piggyback" IOLs

The Ocular immune system protects the eye from infection and regulates healing processes following injuries. The interior of the eye lacks lymph vessels but is highly vascularized, and many immune cells reside in the uvea,  mostly macrophages, dendritic cells, and mast cells. These cells fight off intraocular infections, and intraocular inflammation can manifest as uveitis (including iritis) or retinitis. The cornea of the eye is immunologically a very special tissue. Its constant exposure to the exterior world means that it is vulnerable to a wide range of microorganisms while its moist mucosal surface makes the cornea particularly susceptible to attack. At the same time, its lack of vasculature and relative immune separation from the rest of the body makes immune defense difficult. Lastly, the cornea is a multifunctional tissue. It provides a large part of the eye’s refractive power, meaning it has to maintain remarkable transparency, but must also serve as a barrier to keep pathogens from reaching the rest of the eye, similar to function of the dermis and epidermis in keeping underlying tissues protected in the skin. Immune reactions within the cornea come from surrounding vascularized tissues as well as innate immune responsive cells that reside within the cornea.

  • Track 11-1Herpetic Corneal Infections
  • Track 11-2Immune Responses of the Cornea
  • Track 11-3Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue
  • Track 11-4 Conjunctival Immune Response
  • Track 11-5Lacrimal Immune Response
  • Track 11-6Ocular autoimmune disorders

Optometry is a healthcare profession which involves examining the eyes and application of visual systems in order to detect defects or abnormalities as well as the medical diagnosis and management of eye disease. Traditionally, the field of optometry began with the primary focus of correcting refractive error through the use of spectacles. Modern day optometry, however, has evolved through time so that the educational curriculum additionally includes medical training in the diagnosis and management of ocular disease in countries where the profession is established and regulated. Optometrists (also known as Doctors of Optometry for those holding the O.D. degree or ophthalmic opticians in the U.K) are healthcare professionals who provide primary eyecare through comprehensive eye examinations to detect and treat various visual abnormalities and eye diseases. Being a regulated profession, an optometrist's scope of practice may differ depending on location. Thus, disorders or diseases detected outside the treatment scope of optometry are referred out to relevant medical professionals for proper care, more commonly to ophthalmologists who are medical doctors that specialize in advanced medical and surgical care of the eye. Optometrists typically work closely together with other eye care professionals such as ophthalmologists and opticians to deliver quality and efficient eyecare to the general public.

  • Track 12-1Opthalmologic Opticians in the U.K.
  • Track 12-2Licensing
  • Track 12-3Representation
  • Track 12-4Scope of Practice
  • Track 12-5Training

The retina is the third and inner coat of the eye which is a light-sensitive layer of tissue. The optics of the eye create an image of the visual world on the retina (through the cornea and lens), which serves much the same function as the film in a camera. Light striking the retina initiates a cascade of chemical and electrical events that ultimately trigger nerve impulses. These are sent to various visual centres of the brain through the fibres of the optic nerve. Neural retina typically refers to three layers of neural cells (photo receptor cells, bipolar cells, and ganglion cells) within the retina, while the entire retina refers to these three layers plus a layer of pigmented epithelial cells

Visual Neuroscience is a branch of neuroscience that focuses on the visual system of the human body, mainly located in the brain's visual cortex. The main goal of visual neuroscience is to understand how neural activity results in visual perception, as well as behaviors dependent on vision. In the past, visual neuroscience has focused primarily on how the brain (and in particular the Visual Cortex) responds to light rays projected from static images and onto the retina.While this provides a reasonable explanation for the visual perception of a static image, it does not provide an accurate explanation for how we perceive the world as it really is, an ever-changing, and ever-moving 3-D environment. The topics summarized below are representative of this area, but far from exhaustive.

  • Track 14-1Face Processing
  • Track 14-2 Perceptions of Light and Shadows
  • Track 14-3Visual Saliency
  • Track 14-4Eye Tracking methodology
  • Track 14-5visuo-motor learning
  • Track 14-6EEG
  • Track 14-7Neuropsychology

The cornea is the transparent front part of the eye that covers the iris, pupil, and anterior chamber. The cornea, with the anterior chamber and lens, refracts light, with the cornea accounting for approximately two-thirds of the eye's total optical power.

Ophthalmologists are doctors who spend significant time in treating and diagnosing disorders of the eye. Such issues can incorporate maladies like cataracts or glaucoma; wounds; and defects in vision, like farsightedness, nearsightedness etc. On account of the detailed and intensive training under the degree of ophthalmology, the eye doctors regularly get referrals of patients with genuine eye issues from optometrists and family doctors. Coursework in a therapeutic school program incorporates general well being for example, life structures and physiology. To motivate the forthcoming ophthalmologists, Cataract 2018 has an exceptional session on ophthalmologists' vocation and training.

Licensed to practice optometry, which primarily involves performing eye exams and vision tests, prescribing and dispensing corrective lenses, detecting certain eye abnormalities, and prescribing medications for certain eye diseases.

A specialist in the branch of medicine worried with the study and treatment of disorders and diseases of the eye.