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5thGlobal Pediatric Ophthalmology Congress, will be organized around the theme ““Imagination with Vision””

Pediatric Ophthalmology 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Pediatric Ophthalmology 2020

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Pediatric ophthalmology is a sub-specialty of ophthalmology deals with eye disorders, visual development, and eye care in children .Pediatric ophthalmologists mainly concentrates on visual system and different eye disorders that disturbs the vision in children .Various eye disorders in the children is being examined by the Pediatric ophthalmologists, an expertise in Ophthalmology. By using the glasses and medication, Pediatric ophthalmologists manage the various eye disorders in children with utmost care.
Children with head turns, head tilts, squinting of eyes can consult the Pediatric ophthalmologist for treatment. In rare cases some eye disorders in adults like strabismus can be evaluated by Pediatric ophthalmologists.
  • Track 1-1Childhood Malignancies
  • Track 1-2Congenital Cataract
  • Track 1-3Congenital Glaucoma
  • Track 1-4Nystagmus
  • Track 1-5Strabismus
  • Track 1-6Trauma
  • Track 1-7Diagnostic & Screening

A refractive error, for example, partial blindness (near sightedness), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism or presbyopia, refractive surgery is a strategy for revising or enhancing vision. There are different surgical methods for modifying eye's centering capacity by reshaping the cornea, or clear, round vault at the front of your eye. Different techniques include embedding a focal point inside the eye. The most generally performed kind of refractive surgery is LASIK (laser-aided situ keratomileusis), where a laser is utilized to reshape the cornea. For individuals who are myopic, certain refractive surgery systems will diminish the bend of a cornea that is excessively steep so that the eye's centering power is reduced. Pictures that are engaged before the retina, because of a more drawn out eye or soak corneal bend, are driven nearer to or specifically onto the retina following surgery. Pictures that are locked in past the retina, due to a short eye or level cornea, will be pulled closer to or particularly onto the retina after surgery

  • Track 2-1Blurry vision
  • Track 2-2Traumatic cataracts
  • Track 2-3Nuclear catarcts
  • Track 2-4Radiation cataracts
  • Track 2-5Phacoemulsification
  • Track 2-6Cortical catarcts
  • Track 2-7Manual small incision cataract surgery

Pediatric optometry refers to the examination of children's eyes by optometrists who are trained to evaluate and treat visual disorders in children. Pediatric optometrists work closely with the pediatric ophthalmologists when a patient needs medical or surgical treatments.

  • Track 3-1Tear film Biochemistry
  • Track 3-2Occular Homeostatis
  • Track 3-3Glaucoma management
  • Track 3-4Visual psychophysics
 Pediatric Strabismus deals with diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of eye disorders in the pediatric age group and the treatment of strabismus or abnormal alignment of the eyes. Pediatric Eye care is essential to help understand and prescribe the best possible treatment for eye disorders in children. Strabismus is the medical term for misalignment of the eyes – two eyes that are not straight. It occurs in at least 5% of the population. There are three common types: Esotropia, or “cross eye,” where one eye is turned inward, toward the nose, Exotropia and Hypertropia.Our eyes are such a beautiful gift, so when a child is diagnosed with acute pediatric strabismus, it’s natural that parents are concerned and want to help their child. Strabismus can run in families. Sometimes the condition is due to the eyes being out of focus; in this case, eye glasses are part of the treatment. Sometimes there is a problem with the eye muscles or nerves.
Strabismus can also be caused by a serious problem inside the eye, such as a tumor or a cataract, which leads to poor vision.
  • Track 4-1Restrictive strabismus
  • Track 4-2Paralytic strabismus
  • Track 4-3Occular muscles
  • Track 4-4inflamation of eye muscles
  • Track 4-5Orbital fractures
  • Track 4-6Double vision
  • Track 4-7Drooping eyelids

Retina is the light sensitive cells located at the rear end of the eye. They send light sensitive information to the brain. The most common retinal disorders include Macular degeneration, Diabetic eye disease, Retinal detachment, Retinoblastoma, Macular pucker, Macular hole, Floaters etc. Age related macular degeneration is the major cause of loss of vision in people over 60 in America. Reasons include death of cells in the macula part of the eye due to abnormal growth of blood vessels under the macula or the slow breakdown of the cells in the macula. Myopic macular degeneration is a condition where the eyeball grows and stretches, it may cause degeneration of or scarring in the layers under the retina causing loss of central vision. These cracks can serve as a passage for abnormal blood vessels to grow under the retina. Diabetic retinopathy and retina vascular disease are diseases involving damage to the blood vessels in the retina. Color vision defects are conditions that effect the perception of color in individuals. Retina degeneration is the deterioration of the retina caused by the progressive and eventual death of the cells of the retina. Ocular Oncology refers to the malignant intraocular tumors and retinoblastoma. Retinal Vascular tumors include neoplastic hemangioblastomas and the cavernous hemangiomas. Hemangioblastom as a sporadic and solitary tumors. Characterizing the mechanisms of the retinal cells in human and animal models helps further the understanding of Cell and Molecular Biology of the Retina. This can form the basis of diagnosis and treatment of various retinal diseases.

  • Track 5-1Age-related macular degeneration
  • Track 5-2Myopic macular degeneration
  • Track 5-3Diabetic retinopathy & retino vascular disease
  • Track 5-4Color vision defects
  • Track 5-5Retina degeneration
  • Track 5-6Cell and molecular biology of the retina
  • Track 5-7Retinitis pigmentosa

Pediatric Glaucoma is comparative rare. Primary infantile/primary congenital glaucoma occurs at a rate of approximately one in ten thousand. The damage of the optic nerve due to high intraocular pressure causes the glaucoma and if it is untreated than it will progresses to vision loss with the initiation of unobserved blind spots at the edges of visual field followed by tunnel vision and finally to blindness. The causes of glaucoma include optic nerve damage along with the several underlying causes which are unknown. According to world health organization (WHO) glaucoma is the 2nd major cause of blindness across the globe. Elderly patients are more prone to glaucoma but it can develop at any age. There are different signs and symptoms are associated with infants and Childrens than adults. Large eyes, excessive tearing and cloudy eyes are the signs of glaucoma in children under age 2.

  • Track 6-1Genetic disorders
  • Track 6-2Accommodative insufficiency
  • Track 6-3Abnormal vision development
  • Track 6-4Congential malformations affecting vision
  • Track 6-5Retinopathy at prematurity
  • Track 6-6Diagnosis and treatment

As your youngster's vision framework builds up, the conclusion and treatment of conditions that influence the eyes is intricate on the grounds that neurological complexities might add to issues with sight and eye capacity. 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 7-1Uveitis
  • Track 7-2Toticollis
  • Track 7-3Ptosis
  • Track 7-4Eye muscle surgery
  • Track 7-5Strabismus

Commonly referred to a "lazy eye," amblyopia occurs when one eye has worse vision than the other, and the brain begins to favour the better eye. This will occur if one of the eyes is blocked from producing clear images during the critical years from ages 0 to 6. One eye may sbe inhibited by problems such as a lid droop, tumour, or crossed eyes (strabismus) that are not fixed when a child is young. It is crucial to have young children evaluated by an eye doctor in order to ensure that subtle signs of amblyopia are not present.

  • Track 8-1Lazy eye
  • Track 8-2Dilating eye drops
  • Track 8-3Toxic amblyopia
  • Track 8-4Nutritional amblyopia
  • Track 8-5Epicanthus inversus
  • Track 8-6Blepharophimosis

Ocular oncology is providing expert diagnosis and treatment of ocular tumors and scope of specification. To protect the health and well-being of adult patients with an ocular tumor and to prolong life. Retinoblastoma is the most widely recognized tumor of the eye happen in youngsters

  • Track 9-1Congenital tumour
  • Track 9-2Intra ocular tumour
  • Track 9-3Orbital tumour
  • Track 9-4Ocular metastasis
  • Track 9-5Ocular pharmacotherapeutics
  • Track 9-6Intravitreal chemotheraphy
  • Track 9-7Eyelid tumour
  • Track 9-8Retinoblastoma

Cataract in diabetic patients is a major cause of blindness in developed and developing countries. The pathogenesis of diabetic cataract development is still not fully understood because people with diabetes mellitus are statistically face a 60% greater risk of developing cataracts. Diabetic patients have a higher risk of complications after phacoemulsification cataract surgery compared to nondiabetics. In addition, research has shown that people with type 2 diabetes who lower their HbA1c level by just 1% can reduce their risk of cataracts by 19%.

  • Track 10-1Macular odema
  • Track 10-2Diabetic retinopathy
  • Track 10-3Glucagonoma
  • Track 10-4Gestational diabetes
  • Track 10-5Cystic fibrosis related diabetes
  • Track 10-6Retinopathy screening test
  • Track 10-7Visual impairment
Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of severe vision loss in adults over age 50. This eye disease occurs when there are changes to the macula, a small portion of the retina that is located on the inside back layer of the eye. AMD is a loss of central vision that can occur in two forms: "dry" (atrophic) and "wet" (exudative).
Most people with macular degeneration have the dry form, for which there is no known treatment. The less common wet form may respond to laser procedures and medication injections, if diagnosed and treated early.
  • Track 11-1Blurred vision
  • Track 11-2Visual field
  • Track 11-3Visual hallucinations
  • Track 11-4Mental illness
  • Track 11-5Photodynamic therapy
  • Track 11-6Distorted vision

Optometry is an eye care profession associated with the vision and visual system where        information is processed to produce an image, 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. Optometrists also called as ophthalmic optician and are qualified to diagnose & treat eye diseases. 

  • Track 12-1Ocular drug delivery
  • Track 12-2Epidemology of contact lens related infections
  • Track 12-3Binocular vision
  • Track 12-4Visual electrophysiology
  • Track 12-5Myopia control
  • Track 12-6Visual processing
  • Track 12-7Development of the visual system
  • Track 12-8Computer vision syndrome

Ophthalmic Research is a branch of ophthalmic sciences that game plans with the eye life frameworks, physiology and eye issue. The investigation mainly focuses on therapeutic and careful frameworks and meds related with the organization of eye disorders. It is the clinical ophthalmic research including eye issue, vision, helpful, careful and optical care. The creating disease weight and ascent of imaginative new therapeutics suggests that the multi-billion dollar ophthalmic prescription exhibit is adjusted for close twofold digit compound improvement all through the accompanying 5 years. There is colossal unfamiliar potential for associations focusing on making novel approaches to manage handle age related macular degeneration, diabetic macular edema, glaucoma and other degenerative visual conditions. Focusing especially on the challenges sedate originators go up against in the progression and transport of clinically ground-breaking visual meds, the eye meeting is your opportunity to fast track your change attempts in this space. the overall ophthalmic business sector was $17.5 billion in 2011 and is relied upon to develop to $34.7 billion by 2023, speaking to a 5.9% aggravated yearly development rate.

  • Track 13-1Sustained delivery approaches
  • Track 13-2Diagnostic dye solutions
  • Track 13-3Drugs used in treatment of allergic conjunctivitis
  • Track 13-4Ocular and systemic side effects of drugs
  • Track 13-5Tropical combination of corticosteroid and anti-infective agents
  • Track 13-6Transplantation technologies for retina

Protective eye care and new advancements deals with the latest advancements in the protective eye care ranging from supplements to medications. Contact Lenses discusses the the conditions that make lens wear more challenging. Management of deformities and abnormalities of the eyelids, eyes and the adjacent face are going to be discussed in Ophthalmic-Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. Eyedrops: the varied types of eye drops being used to treat diseases without major side effects will be discussed here. Implantable Contact Lenses is a major breakthrough for people with severe myopia also called phakic intraocular lenses.

  • Track 14-1Contact lenses
  • Track 14-2Ophthalmic- plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • Track 14-3Eye drops
  • Track 14-4Implantable contact lenses