2nd International Conference on Ophthalmology invites all the members over the world to take part in the event with the theme “Breaking the Barriers in Eye Research” which will be held in October 23-25, 2017 Osaka, Japan.
World Ophthalmology 2017 conference will focus on most recent and energizing developments in territories of treating Ophthalmology diseases, Glaucoma, Diagnostics and Advances towards Eye Treatment.
World Ophthalmology 2017 additionally goes about as a stage to trade data, new mediation and fortify the coordinated effort among Ophthalmologists, Specialists, Related Educators and Researchers from both Scholarly World and Ophthalmic Foundations.
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It is a branch of medical science dealing with the structure, functions, and diseases of the eye. An Ophthalmologist is a specialist in medical and surgical eye problems. Since Ophthalmologists perform operations on eyes, they are both surgical and medical specialists. A multitude of diseases and conditions can be diagnosed from the eye. The discipline applies to all eyes,whether human or not, since the practice and procedures are quite similar with respect to disease processes, while differences in anatomy or disease prevalence, whether subtle or substantial, may differentiate the two.
An Ophthalmologist is a physician who is specialized in the medical and surgical care of the eyes and visual system and in the prevention of eye disease and injury. An Ophthalmologist has completed four or more years of college premedical education, four or more years of medical school, one year of internship and three or more years of specialized medical and surgical and refractive training and experience in eye care. An Ophthalmologist is a specialist who is qualified by lengthy medical education, training and experience to diagnose, treat and manage all eye and visual systems and is licensed by a state regulatory board to practice medicine and surgery. An Ophthalmologist is a medically trained specialist who can deliver total eye care: primary, secondary and tertiary (i.e., vision services, contact lenses, eye examinations, medical eye care and surgical eye care), diagnose general diseases of the body and treat ocular manifestations of systemic diseases.
An Optometrist is a health service provider who is involved primarily with vision problems. Optometrists are specifically educated and trained by an accredited optometry college in a four year course, but have not attended medical school. They are state licensed to examine the eyes and to determine the presence of vision problems. Optometrists determine visual acuity and prescribe spectacles, contact lenses and eye exercises. Optometrists may perform all services listed under the definition of an optician. Some states permit Optometrists to give limited treatments of some eye conditions.
An Optician is a technician who makes, verifies and delivers lenses, frames and other specially fabricated optical devices and/or contact lenses upon prescription to the intended wearer. The opticians functions include prescription analysis and interpretation, determination of the lens forms, best suited to the wearers needs, the preparation and delivery of work orders for the grinding of lenses and the fabrication of eye wear, the verification of the finished ophthalmic products, and the adjustment, replacement, repair and reproduction of previously prepared ophthalmic lenses, frames and other specially fabricated ophthalmic devices.