Scientific Sessions


Glaucoma is a perplexed sickness in which harm to the optic nerve prompts dynamic, irreversible vision difficulty. Glaucoma is the second driving clarification behind visual handicap. Glaucoma is an affliction of the eye in which liquid weight inside the eye rises - if left untreated the patient may lose vision, and even breeze up unmistakably apparently debilitated. The disease for the most part impacts the two eyes, yet one may have more bona fide signs and signs than the other. There is a little space in the front of the eye called the "foremost chamber". Clear fluid streams all through the vital chamber, this liquid keeps up and washes bordering tissues. On the off chance that a patient has glaucoma, the liquid does not debilitate genuinely - it releases too consistently - from the eye. This prompts liquid makes, and weight inside the eye rises. But in the event that this weight is hacked down and controlled, the optic nerve and particular parts of the eye may twist up obviously hurt, inciting loss of vision. There are two standard sorts of glaucoma, open edge and close point (edge conclusion) glaucoma. The trabecular meshwork is made of sponky tissue lined by trabeculocytes. Fluid channels into s set of tubes, known as Schlemm's trench, from which they stream into the blood frame work. It is a condition that impacts naughtiness to eye's optic nerve which could cause loss of vision until the end of time. One of the genuine reasons of Glaucoma is a direct result of the high intraocular weight hurting the optic nerve which sends pictures to the brain. Glaucoma can impact both the eyes, yet the level of mischief on each eye can be interesting.


Primary And Secondary Glaucoma

Open And Closed Angle Glaucoma

Medical Therapy of Glaucoma

Pigmentary Glaucoma

Steroid Induced Glaucoma

Inflammatory Glaucoma

Medical Therapy of Glaucoma