3rd Edition of

International Ophthalmology Conference

March 20-22, 2025 | Madrid, Spain

IOC 2023

Jeffrey Freedman, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Keynote Presentation
Jeffrey Freedman, Emeritus at State University of New York, United States

The development of newer iterations of the tube shunt will show the link between the original scientist and the scientist involved with the development of a subsequent highly popular implant. The original Molteno Shunt provided the basis for all the subsequent iterations of glau [....] » Read More

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

The association between innate and adaptive immune systems with ocular surface inflammation and dry eye has been approved. Similarly, the most notable changes observed in tear fluid of KC patients are the significantly higher levels of IL-1β and IL-6, and tumor necrosis fact [....] » Read More

Maryam Jabbar, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
Maryam Jabbar, The University of Faisalabad, Pakistan

Myopia is triggered on by excessive axial elongation. Vitamin D deficiency somehow relevant to myopiagenic visual cues. The purpose of the study was to compare the level of vitamin D 25(OH)D in myopes and emmetopes and to access the effect of vitamin D 25(OH)D supplements in diff [....] » Read More

Khaled Alkandari, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
Khaled Alkandari, Ibn Sina Hospital, Kuwait

Aim To determine the association between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH). Methods  A systematic review and meta-analysis were performed per the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses (PRISMA) guide [....] » Read More

WeiHan Ong, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conferences
Oral Presentation
WeiHan Ong, NHS Tayside, United Kingdom

Objective A pilot project has been streamlined at NHS Tayside enabling direct-optometrist referral and listing to cataract operation. This study aimed to determine the suitability of this model and target areas for refinement. Methods 50 patients were invited to this study con [....] » Read More

Nachika Ibekwe, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
Nachika Ibekwe, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Introduction Strabismus is a common presentation within paediatric ophthalmology, affecting approximately 2-3% of the population. An alternative to extraocular muscle surgery is the use of therapeutic botulinum toxin. Recent evidence has supported the role of Botulinum in chemod [....] » Read More

Hiranmoyee Das, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
Hiranmoyee Das, Nazareth Hospital, Shillong, India

Purpose: Eye is the window to the brain & papilledema is the most ominous neuro ophthalmic sign. Therefore, an attempt was made to study the various causes of papilledema.  Methods:170 patients having papilledema from Jan2011 to Dec2021 were studied prospectively & [....] » Read More

WeiHan Ong, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conferences
Oral Presentation
WeiHan Ong, NHS Tayside, United Kingdom

Introduction This study aimed to explore (1) patients’ subjective utility for a patient information video (PIV) on cataract surgery and (2) analyse the use of Quick Read (QR) code as a mode of delivery of the PIV. Methods A total of 500 patients were included. All [....] » Read More

Arun Sondkar, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
Arun Sondkar, Milton Keynes University, United Kingdom

Glaucoma, the leading cause of irreversible blindness in the world, affects over half a million people in the UK. 10% of all the patients who go blind in the UK, do so due to Glaucoma. Given the enormous impact of the condition on the physical health and the Quality of Life of th [....] » Read More

Axenova Lyubov, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
Axenova Lyubov, S.N. Fedorov Nmrc Mntk Eye Microsurgery, Russian Federation

Neovascular age-related macular degeneration (n-AMD) is a form of AMD that is responsible for most cases of severe vision loss. Anti-VEGF therapy, which is the gold standard for the treatment of this pathology, is accompanied by OCT monitoring. However, this process is hampered b [....] » Read More

Sivanthi Kanagasundaram, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Sivanthi Kanagasundaram, East Sussex Healthcare, United Kingdom

Gorham Stout Disease, or Vanishing bone disease, is a rare entity characterized by progressive resorption of bone and replacement of osseous matrix by proliferative non-neoplastic vascular or lymphatic tissue. The cause of the disease is of unknown etiology, with multiple theorie [....] » Read More

Khaled Alkandari, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
Khaled Alkandari, Ibn Sina Hospital, Kuwait

Optic disc pits are a rare but significant anomaly of the optic nerve head that can lead to visual impairment and associated complications. These pits are characterized by a small, oval-shaped depression in the disc, which can cause fluid accumulation and subsequent damage to the [....] » Read More

Dalal Al Roumi, Speaker at Eye Conference
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Dalal Al Roumi, Ophthalmology Department, Kuwait

Objective: To compare the outcomes of eye-bank precut versus surgeon-cut tissue graft for patients undergoing Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty (DSAEK). Methods: A systematic review and meta-analysis were performed as per the Preferred Reporting Items for S [....] » Read More

Sibylle Scholtz, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Sibylle Scholtz, Institute of Experimental Ophthalmology, Germany

Purpose: Murphy´s Law, postulated in 1949, stated “If anything can go wrong, it will”. This also holds true when calculating intraocular lenses (IOL) – and also here, were the options are manifold, partly systemic and pre-programmed. Methods: Close co [....] » Read More

Gowhar Ahmad, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conferences
Keynote Presentation
Gowhar Ahmad, Florence Hospital multi-speciality center chanapora Srinagar Kashmir, India

Choroidal melanomas are one of the commonest intraocular tumours which are kind of being malignant. Pigmented non pigmented more common in whites than blacks has got an early Tendency for liver meratasis however if diagnosed and treated in time one can prevent liver meratasis 6.5 [....] » Read More

Tala Musa Roblah, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Tala Musa Roblah, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia

Aim: Atopic dermatitis (AD) is known to cause ophthalmic abnormalities in patients, but there is no information about the incidence of these abnormalities in children with AD in Saudi Arabia. Therefore, this study examined the incidence of ocular abnormalities in children with AD [....] » Read More

Abhijeet Beniwal, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conferences
Oral Presentation
Abhijeet Beniwal, Senior Resident, India

Purpose: Intraocular masses are often difficult to diagnose in setting of retinal detachment and vitreous hemorrhage. Imaging is often characteristic but at times a diagnostic dilemma is there. One can think of enucleation for diagnostic purpose if the visual prognosis is poor a [....] » Read More

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

Blindness is the major concern globally which leads to poor quality of life and various other problems. Cataract surgery is the commonest type of eye surgery performed throughout the world. Phacoemulsification with an intraocular lens is the most commonly performed surgery used t [....] » Read More

David Gallagher, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
David Gallagher, Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Ireland

Choroidal osteomas are rare benign ossifying tumours with predominantly a female preponderance. They present as elevated, irregular yellow-white, irregular and well-defined lesions most commonly in a juxtapapillary location. They can result in vision loss in a number of ways: 1) [....] » Read More

Arun Sondkar, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
Arun Sondkar, Milton Keynes University, United Kingdom

Coats’s disease, first described by George Coats in 1908, is an idiopathic retinal vascular disease historically associated with poor outcome, with 44% of eyes blind at diagnosis according to a recent population-based study in the United Kingdom. A few of the major hurdles [....] » Read More

Kevin Yang Wu, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conference
Oral Presentation
Kevin Yang Wu, University de Sherbrooke, Canada

Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) is a heterogeneous group of hereditary diseases characterized by progressive degeneration of retinal photoreceptors leading to progressive visual decline. It is the most common type of inherited retinal dystrophy and has a high burden on both patients an [....] » Read More

Zoha Mian, Speaker at Ophthalmology Event
Poster Presentation
Zoha Mian, University of Louisville, United States

Iris defects can cause glare and poor cosmesis that affects a patient’s quality of life. These defects may be caused by congenital etiologies like aniridia or acquired ones like trauma and intraocular surgeries. Iris prostheses, like the CustomFlex ArtificialIris by HumanOp [....] » Read More

Shuchi Kohli, Speaker at Eye Diseases Conferences 
Poster Presentation
Shuchi Kohli, Barking havering and redbridge NHS trust, United Kingdom

Aims: To assess the effects post-covid-19 on retinal screening programmes across patients registered to a General Practice in East London. Methods: A search was carried out to evaluate patients coded as 'diabetic retinopathy' registered to the GP surgery, on EMIS (pati [....] » Read More

Rozan Abdulaziz AlGhamdi, Speaker at Ophthalmology Conferences
Poster Presentation
Rozan Abdulaziz AlGhamdi, KAUH, Saudi Arabia

Introduction: Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP), Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is a disease that mainly affects infants and has a potential to cause blindness and visual impairments. In addition, ROP happens when abnormal blood vessels grow in the retina. Our paper aims to asse [....] » Read More

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