International Ophthalmology Conference

October 27-28, 2022 | Online Event

IOC 2022

Magali Taiel, Speaker at Lumevoq Gene Therapy in Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy
Keynote Presentation
Magali Taiel, GenSight Biologics, France

Leber hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON) is a rare, maternally inherited mitochondrial genetic disease with a continued high unmet medical need. Three primary point mutations in the mtDNA are responsible for LHON in approximately 90% of subjects: G3460A, G11778A and T14484C, loca [....] » Read More

Shailja Chalishazar, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Shailja Chalishazar, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, United Kingdom

A forty-eight-year-old male of Indian descent with a haematological malignancy on systemic immunosuppression presented with reduced vision in both eyes approximately 8 weeks following commencement of Ibrutinib. His medical history is complex with recent changes to medication, new [....] » Read More

 Nishi Meghna Satish, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Nishi Meghna Satish, VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital, India

The objective of this clinical case report is to stress upon the importance of careful clinical examination in patients of Tuberous sclerosis. We present three cases out of which two had very prominent retinal hamartomas and one patient had inconspicuous small hamartomas in the p [....] » Read More

 Pallavi Sharma, Speaker at ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Pallavi Sharma, Govt. Medical college Jammu, University of Jammu, India

Background: Diabetes mellitus is a common metabolic disorder which is characterized by elevated blood sugar level. It is a major cause of blindness in our country,  which is preventable and treatable, if healthy practise and knowledge regarding this disease is applie [....] » Read More

Kanavdeep Kapoor, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Kanavdeep Kapoor, ASCOMS, Jammu, India

Phacoemulsification is the technique to treat the cataract, which restores the vision. The cataract surgery requires pupil dilation and stable mydriasis which mitigates the intra operative complications. This prospective observational study aimed to evaluate the anaesthetic effic [....] » Read More

Ayesha Batool, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Ayesha Batool, Al Ameen Medical College and Hospital Bijapur, India

Purpose: Ocular morbidities in children involve a spectrum of diseases that critically impact the development, education and quality of life hence require prompt attention.This study was conducted with an objective to asses the prevalence of ocular morbidity. Method: A hosp [....] » Read More

Wahegurupal Singh, Speaker at A study of clinical profile and visual outcomes in patients with optic neuritis at tertiary care centre.
Oral Presentation
Wahegurupal Singh, Mahareshi Markhendeshwer University, India

Background: Optic neuritis causes substantial visual impairment and potential long-term visual defects in addition to serving as an important prognostic indicator for future development of demyelinating diseases such as multiple sclerosis. So ophthalmologist has a very significan [....] » Read More

Dita Permatasari, Speaker at ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Dita Permatasari, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia

Dry eye is among the most common ocular pathologies. It is associated with inflammation due to stressor, one of them is ocular flora imbalance. Treating the microbes using antibiotics poses resistance issue and alternative is needed. Honey has been well known for its antimicrobia [....] » Read More

Bader abu bakers bashrahil, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Bader abu bakers bashrahil, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia

Introduction: Dry eye disease (DED) is a disease caused by reduced volume or deficient quality of tears and is treated mainly with tear supplementation. There is emerging evidence that nicotinic agonists nasal sprays are effective for DED. Our systematic review and meta-ana [....] » Read More

Farideh Doroodgar, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Farideh Doroodgar, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran (Islamic Republic of)

Currently, additive keratoplasty is a practically useful method in keratoconus, hyperopia, and reduction of tube exposure. It is called CAIRS, corneal allogeneic intrastromal ring segments; FAISCG, Femtosecond-assisted intrastromal corneal graft; FLEx, Femtosecond Lenticule Extr [....] » Read More

Ahmed Naji Alnabihi, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Ahmed Naji Alnabihi, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, Saudi Arabia

Background: Due to the recurrent nature of pterygium, no currently used management technique has been documented to ensure the best efficacy accompanied with the lowest profile of complications. This systematic review and meta-analysis aimed to evaluate different grafting o [....] » Read More

Abdi Rhizlane, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Abdi Rhizlane, CHP fquih ben saleh , Morocco

The management of refractory glaucoma remains a challenge for the ophthalmologist today. Despite a literature rich in clinical studies, there is no consensus for its management.The multitude of possible treatments undoubtedly reflects the complexity and etiological heterogeneity [....] » Read More

Abdi Rhizlane, Speaker at Ophthalmology conferences
Oral Presentation
Abdi Rhizlane, CHP fquih ben saleh , Morocco

Purpose: Corneal ulcer is one of the important ophthalmic condition causing significant morbidity especially in the developing countries. Bacteria and fungi are frequently responsible for suppurative corneal ulcers especially in the developing countries.The present study aim [....] » Read More

Christopher Zhu, Speaker at Long-Term Visual Outcomes in Diabetic Patients with Diabetic Foot Ulcers Along with Peripheral Vasculopathy and/or Diabetic Neuropathy
Poster Presentation
Christopher Zhu, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Texas Health San Antonio , United States

  Introduction : Diabetes affects 15% of South Texans, leading to disabling conditions including diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) and diabetic retinopathy (DR). DR is the leading cause of blindness in among young Americans. Peripheral vasculopathy (PV) and diabetic neuropathy ( [....] » Read More

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