The human face is composed of small functional and cosmetic units of forehead, eyelids, face and neck. Aging of any of the oculofacial units lead to facial imbalance and functional disharmony.
Dr. Barun Kumar Nayak [N02937] - Mumbai
This course is directed towards topics which are not discussed in conferences in detail but ophthalmologists do require knowledge as they encounter patients in day to day management.
Dr. Sethi Anita [S07383] - New Delhi
Painful blind eye – should we enucleate or eviscerate? What would work better in severe ptosis- Silicon or Fascia lata sling? Not just performing the surgery but even the decisions regarding surgery: which one and how, can pose a dilemma.
Dr. Vikas Menon [M12573] - New Delhi
Tumors of the eyelid remain one of the most commonly misdiagnosed clinical entities. The onus of correctlyidentifying or suspecting an eyelid malignancy often lies on the primary care physician or the general ophthalmologist,
Dr. Ramesh Murthy [M08054] - Pune
In this course we plan to outline and highlight all the common pediatric oculoplastic disorders both congenitaland acquired and the management of these.
Dr. Rath Suryasnata [R07510] - Bhubaneswar
The ease of access to information over the internet about disease conditions and their management options has created a need among ophthalmologists to be aware of aesthetic and minimally invasive approaches to common oculoplastic procedures.
Dr. Milind Naik [N09428] - Hyderabad
Navigation guidance is an intra-operative live tracking technology used in Neurosurgery and maxilla-facial surgery. Its application is Ophthalmology have been very sparsely reported worldwide.
Dr. Shubhra Goel [G13085] - Hyderabad
The course aims to provide evidence based algorithms to deal with the common clinical dilemmas in Oculoplasty.
Dr. Ruchi Goel [G07558] - New Delhi
Ocular pathologies like entropion, ectropion, canalicular injuries, thyroid eye disease, childhood ptosis and congenital dacryocystitis are commonly encountered by every ophthalmologist.