Strabismus surgery is instantly gratifying but intensely demanding with the newer surge of 3D movies and TVs. How to get the best outcomes?
Dr. Bhavna Chawla [C08835] - New Delhi
India has the largest number of Retinoblastoma (RB) cases in the world. Although a potentially fatal cancer, management of RB has witnessed major advances in recent times, with an increasing trend towards globe salvage & vision preservation.
Dr. Viney Gupta [G08026] - Delhi
This instruction course deals with common but dificult to manage situations in glaucoma affecting the young.
Dr. Arun Samprathi B S [A07869] - Bangalore
trabismic Amblyopia is one of the important causes of childhood blindness. Hence it is necessary for all general ophthalmologists to manage strabismus to prevent permanent visual loss.
Dr. Vivekanand U Warkad [W11524] - Lonar (Maharashtra)
Dr. Vivekanand U Warkad [W11524] – Lonar (Maharashtra) Objective: Pediatric cataract surgery has come a long journey with modest outcomes improving over last two decades due to the advancement of instrumentation and micro-surgical techniques. However if we consider as an overall, the management of a…
Dr. Mandal A K [M04066] - Hyderabad
ynopsis: This course will present the diagnostic evaluation, differential diagnosis, and management of the primary developmental glaucomas.
Dr. Rajesh Sinha [S08158] - New Delhi
Implantation of intraocular lens is a challenge in paediatric patients in view of long term complications and IOLpower surprises.
Chief Instructor : Dr. Sumit Monga
Co-Instructors : Dr. Ramesh Kekunnaya,
Dr. Vivek Warkad,Co-Chair & Panelist : Dr. Sharad Lakhotia
Glasses for children is dreaded by parents as they find it hard to believe that a small child would need to wear glasses. But they need to be counseled on the importance of doing so if and when it is deemed necessary to prescribe.
Dr. Narendran V [N05983] - Coimbatore
Dr. Narendran V [N05983] – Coimbatore Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is responsible for 15% of all causes of childhood blindness in developed countries and up to 60% in middle income countries. It has become an important cause of blindness in developing economies. This course will…
Dr. Kavitha V [K09541] - Shivamogga
Assessing vision and carrying out refraction in children is quite difficultand challenging. The incidence of refractive error in children is on the rise either because of improvement in diagnosing methods and clinical acumen or changes in lifestyle or a combination of both.
Dr. Gopal Lingam [G03236] - Chennai
This is a comprehensive course on Retinopathy of prematurity covering the basics as well as current of standards of practice.
Dr. Mangat R Dogra [D02855] - Chandigarh
Pediatric Retinal disorders contribute to 22% of childhood blindness in India. Unlike the west, this nascent subspecialty is gaining importance as a stand -alone department only recently.