The microenvironment of stem cell niche is disturbed by many intrinsic and extrinsic factors. There are many causes oflimbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) like chemical injury, thermal injury, Steven-Johnson syndrome, mucous membrane pemphigoid(1).
FP1432 : Clinical Evaluation of Dry Eyes Using a Novel Non Contact Meibography Technique Using Smart Phone
Dr.Bhramaramba Banagar, B16981. Dr. PukhrajRishi
The meibomian glands in the eyelids, which synthesize and secrete lipids for the superficial tear film layer, play an important role in maintaining a healthy ocular surface through reducing tear evaporation .
FP1463 : Vitamin a Deficiency Induced Keratomalacia in Elderly: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges
Dr. Sujata Dwivedi,D11801
To report a case of Vitamin A deficiency induced keratomalacia in an elderly lady and the challenges in its management.
FP1511 : Management of Primary-Pterygium: Comparison of Different Surgical Techniques & Supportive Treatment
Dr. SapanaMohan, S19266, Dr. Anthrayos C V Kakkanatt, Dr.Anu F Anand, Dr. Anu Paul
Many surgical techniques and modifications have failed to prevent recurrent pterygium. We did a prospective observational clinical study of 205 patients with primary pterygiumwho were treated with different surgical techniques.
FP1670 : Meibography to Know Relation of Meibomian Gland Dysfunction with Severity of Diabetic Retinopathy
Dr. Ganesh Kalyanshetti, K18010, Dr. Satyamurthy K V, Dr.Jaysheel Nazare
To evaluate the relation between meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD)and severity of diabetic retinopathy.
Dr.Samrat Chatterjee, C07146, Dr. DeepshikhaAgrawal
Similar to cataract, dry eye disease (DED)is widely prevalent in the elderly population. Therefore it is likely that DED may complicate the outcome of cataract surgery.
FP361 :Comparison of topical Interferon alpha 2b and topical Mitomycin C for the treatment of primary Ocular Surface Squamous Neoplasia.
Dr. Rakhi Kusumesh, K11392, Dr. Ambastha Anita, Dr. Gyan Bhaskar
Ocular surface squamous neoplasia (OSSN) encompasses the entire spectrum of dysplastic and carcinomatous lesions of the ocular surface.
FP594 : Releasable Single Suture Versus Sutureless Glue-Free Conjunctival Autograft in Pterygium Surgery
Dr. Bhushan Ghodke, G14425, Dr. Sachin Arya, Dr. ParmarGautam Singh, Dr. Ashok Kumar Meena
First described in 1000 BC by Susruta1,pterygium (ancient Greek “pterygon” – wing)is a triangular ‘wing-like’ growth consisting of conjunctival epithelium and hypertrophied subconjunctival connective tissue that encroaches onto the cornea.
Dr. Rashmi DeshmukhD17345, Dr.Rohit Shetty, Dr. Rushad Shroff, Dr. SwaminathanSethu
Dry eye disease (DED) is one of the common disorders of the eye with an estimated prevalence of 5.5% – 33.7% worldwide(1). There has been widespread interest in understanding the disease and developing new treatment modalities for combating the ocular morbidity caused by it, especially the pain and discomfort associated with DED.
Dr. AnitaGanger, G16342, Dr. Noopur Gupta Parakh, Dr.Vanathi M, Dr. (Mrs ) Radhika Tandon
To evaluate the effectiveness of topical Rebamipide eye drops on signs and symptoms of vernal keratoconjunctivitis using 5-5-5 scoring system.