Theme: Clinical Glaucoma and Ophthalmic Research

Glaucoma Meet 2021

Glaucoma Meet 2021

We invite all participants across the world to join the 2nd International Conference on Glaucoma which is going to be held during September 23, 2021 following the theme of “Clinical Glaucoma and Ophthalmic Research”. The conference will concentrate on latest and exciting innovations in field of Ophthalmology, Optometry and Glaucoma. This conference highlights on the areas of treating glaucoma, diagnostics and recent technologies towards glaucoma treatment and prevention.

GLAUCOMA MEET 2021 also acts as a platform to exchange information, new interventions and technologies that strengthen the collaboration among Ophthalmologists, Optometrists, Researchers, Associate Professors, and Scholars from both academia and ophthalmic Institutes along with the industrial professionals from biomedical companies and healthcare sectors.

Glaucoma is the real reason for visual deficiency around the world. With broad research being done for early conclusion and treatment of glaucoma can minimize and avoid optic nerve harm, accordingly restricting or forestalling vision misfortune. With the progressions in innovation, treatment is exceedingly viable, however harm brought on by this ailment can't generally be switched – early location is a key component to avert vision misfortune.

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Honoured speakers submit their abstracts of presentation and receive free publication of accepted abstract in the conference proceeding Open Access Journals.

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The Title, subject content of 250-300 words, speaker full name, academic degree(s), University/institution name, address, email, contact number, and recent pass photograph in a word document. You will be notified of all future updates from us concerning the status of your Submitted Abstract.

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Sessions / Tracks

  • Ophthalmology
  • Cataract
  • Glaucoma and its Causes
  • Retina Disorders during Glaucoma
  • Refractive Errors and Disorders
  • Medical Therapy of Glaucoma
  • Laser and Surgical Therapy of Glaucoma
  • Retina and Retinal Disorders
  • Colour and Night blindness
  • Diabetic Retinopathy
  • Glaucoma Epidemiology and Malignant
  • Glaucoma Hereditary and Medicine
  • Lazy Eye and Pediatric Glaucoma
  • Glaucoma Screening and Intraocular Pressure
  • Glaucoma Diabetes and Diamox Glaucoma
  • Glaucoma Drugs Research
  • Medical Therapy of Glaucoma
  • Laser and Surgical Therapy of Glaucoma
  • Novel therapeutics ways for treating Glaucoma
  • Acupuncture for Glaucoma
  • Acute Glaucoma and Chronic Glaucoma
  • Congenital and Trauma Related Glaucoma


Ophthalmology is a medical specialty that deals with the anatomy, physiology, and disorders of the eyeball and circle. An ophthalmologist is a doctor who specialises in the treatment and surgery of eye problems. Their qualifications include a pharmaceutical M.D. or, of course, D.O. degree, followed by four years of residency. Additional planning could be sought by collaboration in a specific area of eye pathology. When supported, ophthalmologists are authorised to cure eye illness, undertake laser treatment, and execute incisional surgery. The instruction applies to every animal eye, whether human or not, because the preparation and systems are extremely similar in terms of contamination shapes, although differences in life structures or disorder regularity, regardless of how minor or significant, may isolate the two.

  • Retinal Vascular Disease
  • Episclera and Lens
  • Eyelids
  • Dry Eye Disorders
  • Ocular and imaging Techniques
  • Plastic surgery
  • Ocular Refraction

Glaucoma and its Causes

Glaucoma is a perplexing disease in which damage to the optic nerve causes dynamic, permanent visual loss. Glaucoma is the second most common cause of vision loss. Glaucoma is an eye disease in which the liquid weight inside the eye increases; if left untreated, the patient may lose vision and potentially become blind. The illness affects both eyes in the most part, albeit one may have more serious signs and symptoms than the other.

  • Primary and Secondary Glaucoma
  • Open angle glaucoma
  • Closed angle glaucoma
  • Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Retinopathy at prematurity
  • Abnormal vision development
  • Genetic disorders
  • Pediatric cataracts

Retina Disorders during Glaucoma

Light is focused onto the retina, the transparent, light-sensitive structure at the back of the eye, by the cornea and point of convergence. The macula, or central zone of the retina, has a thick layer of shading fragile photoreceptor cells. Cones are the telephones that provide the sharpest visual images and are responsible for central and shading vision. The macula is surrounded by the peripheral zone of the retina, which contains photoreceptor cells known as bars, which respond to lower light levels but are not shade sensitive.

  • Retinal Vein Impediment
  • Diabetic macular edema
  • Retina vein impediment
  • Retinal Separation
  • Pigmentary glaucoma
  • Steroid induced glaucoma
  • Inflammatory glaucoma
  • Congenital and obtained

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Conference Date December 02-02, 2021
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