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Description & Specification

DAMS brings Live app based structured course for Ophthalmology residents for the first time.

The course involves live interactions of important topics to make you proficient in theory and practical knowledge. 

The aim is to demonstrate an easy approach towards residency and other foreign degree exams like FICO, FRCS. Kanski based academic teaching, live demonstration of ideal way to do basic investigations, perform clinical examination for practical exam purposes with recent updates will be the key takeaways from this course.

The course is designed to make one confident in clinical examination skills, interpretation of various examination techniques and investigations and not per se rote theory learning. The recordings of the live lectures will also be available for those who miss the live session.

Module 1: 

Introduction, Investigations and Techniques, Clinical

Embryology- 2 sessions

 

VISION sense

• Basics and charts

• Colour Vision

• Contrast sensitivity

Know your devices

• Slit lamp basics

• llumination techniques

• Ophthalmoscopies and optics

• Auxillary lenses

Basic investigations

• Tonometers

• Gonioscopy: Direct and Indirect

• Perimetry: How to read chart

• Retinal Angiography (Pre-recorded)

Basic and clinical Embryology

• Clinical applications

 

Module 2: Optics and Refraction- 2 sessions

1. Properties of light

• Basics

• Clinical implications

2. Visual functions

• Stereopsis- Clinical tests and concepts

3. Optics of Ametropia

• Refractive error

• Accommodation

4. Presbyopia

• Presbyopic correction

• Types of Bifocals

5. Clinical Refraction

• Objective and Subjective refraction

6. Optical Prescriptions

• Spectacles and contact lenses

7. Instruments

• Retinoscope

• Purkinje image based devices (Pachymetry, Keratometry, Specular)

 

8. Lasers in Ophthalmology (Pre-recorded)

9. Basics of Refractive Surgery

 

Module 3: Lens and Clinical applications- 2 sessions

Lens Anatomy and Physiology

• Gross and microscopic anatomy

• Embryology

• Metabolism of lens

• Biochemical structure

 

Cataracts

• Etiology

• Pathophysiology of senile cataract

• Stages of senile cataract

• LOCS clinical demonstration

Congenital cataracts

• Approach and management

Cataract surgeries

• Pre-operative considerations

• Anaestheia and viscoelastics

• STEP by STEP surgeries

• Instrumentation

• SICS, ECCE, Phacoemulsification

• Know your Phaco machine

• Phacodynamics

Intraocular Lenses

• Types and materials

• Biometry

• All formulaes

Complications of cataract surgeries: Clinical scenarios

Ectopia Lentis

 

Module 4: The Glaucomas- 2 sessions

Aqueous dynamics

• Aqueous production and outflow

• Aqueous composition

• Goldman equation

• Intraocular pressure basis and variations

Evaluation of optic nerve head

• Normal optic nerve head

• Changes in glaucoma

• Role of Optical coherence tomography Perimetry

• Visual field changes in glaucoma

• Hodapp, Parrish and Anderson’s criteria

• Progressive analysis

Open angle spectrum glaucomas

• Definitions of POAG, OHT, NTG

• Approach to an open angle glaucoma patient

• Management protocol

• Related studies and trials

Angle closure spectrum glaucomas

• Mechanism of closed angles

• Definitions of PACS, PAC, PACG

• Approach to a closed angle glaucoma patient

• Management protocol

• Related studies and trials

• Acute angle closure scenario

Medical and Surgical Management of glaucoma

• All classes of drugs and recent surgical advances

• MIGS (Minimally invasive glaucoma surgeries)

SECONDARY glaucomas: Clinical scenarios

 

Module 5: Retina and Vitreous part 1- 2 sessions

Basic Anatomy and Histology

• Retinal layers and neurotransmitters

• Rods and Cones structure

• Visual cycle

 

Retinal Detachment

• Peripheral lesions leading to RD

• Posterior Vitreous detachment

• Identification of retinal breaks

• Types of retinal detachment

• Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy

• Pars plana Vitrectomy, Pneumatic retinopexy, Scleral buckling

• Complications of Surgeries

Vascular supply and blood retinal barriers

• Clinical implications

• Cystoid macular edema

• Central serous retinopathy

Age Related macular degeneration

• Approach, types, management

• AREDS trial

• Retinal Angiomatous proliferation

Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy

 

Module 5: Retina and Vitreous part 2- 2 sessions

Acquired Macular disorders

• Macular function tests

• Vitreomacular traction: Macular hole

• Degenerative myopia

• Angiod streak

• Other macular disorders

Retinal Vascular disorders

• Diabetic retinopathy

 

• Hypertension and Retinal venous occlusive diseases

• Retinal arterial occlusive diseases

Other important conditions: Sickle cell, ROP

 

Hereditary fundus dystrophies

• Electrodiagnostic tests (ERG,VER, EOG, Dark adaptation)

• Approach to night blindness

• Rod-Cone and Cone-Rod dystrophies

• Choroidal dystrophies

• Macular dystrophies

Albinism

 

Module 6: Orbit- 2 sessions

Basic anatomy

• Bones and fissures

• Orbital fascia

• Surgical spaces of orbit

• Clinical applications and syndromes

Approach to proptosis

• Exam case study

• Clinical test methods

• Related investigations

Thyroid eye disease

• Risk factors and pathogenesis with new treatment modality approach

• Clinical features and classifications

• Current Management protocols

 

Idiopathic orbital inflammatory Disease

• Pseudotumour/Myositis/Dacryoadenitis

 

• Current Diagnostic criterion

• Imaging and histochemistry

• Current management protocol

Orbital cellulitis

• Classification

• Rhino-orbital mucormycosis

• Management

Orbital tumours

• Neural tumours

• Vascular tumours

• Cystic lesions

• Lacrimal gland lesions

Surgical procedures

• Enucleation

• Exenteration

• Eviseration

Anophthalmic socket

 

Module 7: Eyelids and adnexa- 2 sessions

Basic anatomy of eyelids

• Structural and clinical aspect

• Epicanthal folds

• Congenital anamolies

Eyelid embryology

• Clinical implications

Eyelid layers

 

• Lamella of eyelids with clinical relevance

• Each layer linked to clinical points

• Blinking mechanism

• Tarsorapphy types, procedure

• Structural support and ligaments

• Orbital septum and fat pads

Eyelid margin

• Strucural anatomy

• Clinical relevance

Eyelash disorders

 

Ptosis (pre-recorded)

• Levator palpebral superioris anatomy

• Classification of Ptosis

• Exam case study clinical evaluation

• Clinical test methods

• Management options

• Surgical instruments used in Ptosis Surgery

• Complications of Ptosis Surgery

• Short notes: Myasthenia/Marcus Gunn/BPES

Blepharitis

• Types

• Clinical spectrum

• Management with new modalities

Ectropion and Entropion

• Types, Staging and features

• Simplified treatment options

Eyelid tumours

 

• Evaluation of eyelid mass

• Differentiate benign and malignant lesions

• Common tumours

• Reconstruction of eyelid

 

Module 8: Cornea Part 1- 2 sessions

Anatomy and Physiology of Cornea

• Structural and clinical aspect of each layer

• Confocal microscopy

• Nervous supply

• Applied physiological aspects

Signs in Corneal disease and Corneal Colour Coding

Approach to a patient of Corneal ulcer

Infectious keratitis

• Fungal keratitis

• Acanthamoeba keratitis

• Herpes Simplex Viral keratitis

• Herpes zoster Ophthalmicus

• Bacterial keratitis

 

Interstitial keratitis

Persistent epithelial defect

Neurotrophic keratitis

Peripheral ulcerative keratitis

Corneal ectasias

• Corneal topography

• Keratoconus

 

• Pellucid and Terrien’s degeneration

• Corneal collagen cross linking

• Management options

Module 8: Cornea and Sclera Part 2- 2 sessions

Corneal dystrophies

• IC3D and anatomical classification

• Clinical spectrum and important signs

Corneal degenerations

• Arcus senilis

• Vogt limbal girdle

• Crocodile shagreen

• BAND shaped keratopathy

• Spheroidal and Salzmann degeneration

• Lipid keratopathy

Wilson disease

Corneal depositions

Vortex keratopathy

Eye banking

Penetrating keratoplasty

• Indications

• Surgical steps

• Complications

• Corneal graft rejection

Lamellar keratoplasty

• Indications

• Anterior and posterior lamellar procedures

• Big bubble types

Keratoprosthesis

• Types: Boston

• Osteo-odonto (Kpro)

Sclera and staphyloma

 

Module 9: Uveitis

Overview and classification of uveitis

• Anatomical classification

• Clinical terms- Standaraization uveitis Nomenclature

• Granulomatous and Non-granulmatous

Clinical features of anterior uveitis

• Examination of cells in anterior chamber

• Standaraization uveitis Nomenclature grading of cells and flare

• Blood-acqueous barrier and implication

• Type of keratic precipitates

Other clinical signs and complications

 

Approach to anterior uveitis

-HLAB27

-Fuch’s heterochromic

-Viral uveitis

Intermediate uveitis

• Disease entity, signs and complications

• Vitreous haze grading

• Modified Kaplan approach

Approach to anterior uveitis

• Infectious vs Non-infectious

• Choroiditis vs Retinitis

• Masquerade uveitis

• White dot syndrome overview

 

Parasitic Posterior uveitis

• Ocular Toxoplasmosis

• Ocular Toxocariasis

• Diffuse unilateral subretinal neuro-retinitis

• Ocular cysticercoisis

Viral retinitis

• Acute retinal necrosis

• Progressive outer retinal necrosis

Cytomegaloviral retinitis

 

Pan-uveitis

• Sympathetic Ophthalmia

• Vogt-Kayangi-Harada syndrome

 

Module 10: Neuro-Ophthalmology and Squint- 4 sessions

 

Visual pathway and defects

• Optic nerve anatomy and blood supply

• Lesion of optic nerve and defects

• Optic chiasma- anatomy, blood supply and clinical visual field defects

• Retrochiasma- anatomy, blood supply and lesions

• Light/Puplillary pathway

• Basic anatomy and clinical testing

• Afferent pupillary defects

• Light-Near dissociation

• Parinaud syndrome

• Argyll-Roberston pupil

• Adie’s pupil

 

Near/Accommodation pathway

Sympathetic pathway and implications

• Basic pathway

• Horner syndrome

• Pharmacological action of drugs in Horner

Anisocoria

• Approach to a miotic pupil

• Approach to a dilated pupil

Ocular motor nerves

• 3 rd , 4 th , 6 th nerve pathway

• Syndromes associated

• Nuclear control of eye movements

Optic nerve function tests

• Clinical features of optic neuropathy

• Visual evoked response

 

Optic disc swelling

• True vs pseudo-edema

• Optic nerve hyploplasia

• Optic disc drusen

• Myelinated nerve fibres

Optic neuritis

• Demyelinating conditions

• IO

• BAND shaped keratopathy

• Spheroidal and Salzmann degeneration

• Lipid keratopathy

Approach to disc edema: Clinical aspects

Optic atrophy

 

Papilledema

• CSF pathway

• Pathophysiology flowchart

• Stages and Frisen grading

• Management

Extraocular muscles and actions

• Clinical Anatomy of extraocular muscles

• Ductions, Versions and Vergences

• Herring and Sherrigton law

Definitions in Strabismus

• Tropia and Phoria

• Kappa angle and its implications

Basics of Binocular Vision

• Horopter

Pannum’s area

 

Types and adaptations to strabismus

• Incomitant vs Comitant squint

• Muscle sequlae in paralytic squint

• Motor and Sensory adaptations

Examination of strabismus patient

Tests for MOTOR status in strabismus

• Hirshberg reflex test

 

• Cover-uncover (Prism bar cover)

• Modified Krimsky

Tests for SENSORY status in strabismus

• Tests for Binocular vision, Correspondence, Suppression

• Worth 4 dot test, Bagolini glasses, Base out prism, Synaptophore

 

Tests for ocular movements

• Grading of underacting and overacting muscles

Comitant Esotropia

• Essential infantile

• Accommodative esotropias

• Other types and management

Comitant Exotropia

• Intermittent exotropia

• Other types and management

A and V pattern squints

• Basics

• Different school of thoughts and theories

Amblyopia and clinical management

• Types and Mangement

 

Approach to Incomitant squint

• Subjective tests for angle of deviation

• Maddox rod and wing

Diplopia charting

Hess/Lees charts

Forced duction test

Ocular motor nerve palsies

 

• 6th nerve palsy

• 3 rd nerve palsy

• 4 th nerve palsy

Park 3 step test

 

Congenital cranial dysinnervation disorders

• Duanne’s retraction

• Mobius

• Strabismus fixus

Brown syndrome

Supranuclear control of eye movements and Clinical significance

• Horizontal and Vertical gaze center

• PPRF lesion

• Internuclear ophthalmoplegia

• One and half syndrome

Nystagmus and Practical aspects

• Basics

• Types and documentation

This Course Includes

4. Indirect Ophthalmoscopy  video

Video : 05:57:58 mins


6. Gonioscopy  video

Video : 04:00:00 mins


5. Tonometry  video

Video : 02:00:00 mins


7. Visual fields  video

Video : 02:00:00 mins


1. Introduction and Vision Sense  video

Video : 02:00:00 mins


2. Slit Lamp techniques and auxillary lenses  video

Video : 02:00:00 mins


3. Direct Ophthalmosocopy  video

Video : 02:00:00 mins


FICO, FRCS update video

Video : 22:07 mins


1. Optics Part 1  video

Video : 3:14:47 mins


8. Retinal Angiography Demo  video

Video : 48:18 mins


2. Optics Part 2  video

Video : 05:00:00 mins


9. Clinical Embryology  video

Video : 56:50 mins


1. Lens Anatomy, Embryology and Physiology  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


2. Etiology and Pathophysiology of cataracts  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


4. Classification and staging of senile cataract  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


3. Approach to congenital cataract  video

Video : 25:42 mins


5. Management of cataract part 1  video

Video : 1:02:19 mins


9. Subluxation of lens and management  video

Video : 02:00:00 mins


8. Complications of cataract surgery  video

Video : 02:00:00 mins


6. Management of cataract part 2 (Phacoemulsification)  video

Video : 02:00:00 mins


7. Management of cataract part 2 (ECCE and SICS)  video

Video : 02:00:00 mins


1. Aqueous humour dynamics  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


3. Goldmann equation  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


2. Intraocular pressure variations  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


4. Clinical appearance of optic nerve head  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


6. Optic disc changes in glaucoma  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


8. OCT in glaucoma  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


5. Staging and Classification of Glaucomas  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


Contact lens video

Video : 05:57:58 mins


Prism and Lasers video

Video : 05:57:58 mins


9. Open angle glaucomas  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


10. Closed angle glaucomas  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


11. Laser iridotomy  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


12. Acute Primary angle closure  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


13. Management options in glaucoma  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


14. Trabeculectomy and complications  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


15. MIGS  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


16. Secondary glaucomas  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


1. Retina structure and histology  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


2. Blood supply of retina and choroid  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


3. Visual cycle implications  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


4. Macular function tests  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


5. Attachments of vitreous  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


6. Posterior Vitreous detachment  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


7. Retinal breaks and management  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


8. Retinal detachment: Types and Mechanism  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


10. Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


10. Principles of Retinal detachment surgery  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


11. Retinal colour coding for RD  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


12. Central serous chorioretinopathy  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


13. Age related macular degeneration: Risk facctors, pathogenesis and classification  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


14. Dry AMD  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


15. Neovascular AMD  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


16. Management of AMD  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


17 Diabetic retinopathy: Risk factors  video

Video : 10:12 mins


18. Diabetic retinopathy Pathogenesis and staging  video

Video : 29:00 mins


20. Diabetic Macular Edema  video

Video : 9:18 mins


19. Management of Diabetic retinopathy  video

Video : 51:40 mins


21. Anti-VEGFs  video

Video : 17:28 mins


22. Hypertensive retinopathy  video

Video : 7:58 mins


23. Retinal Vein Occlusion  video

Video : 13:48 mins


24. Management of Retinal retinal vein occlusion  video

Video : 18:01 mins


25. Retinal artery occlusion  video

Video : 23:54 mins


27. Retinopathy of prematurity  video

Video : 31:46 mins


26. Hard exudates D/D  video

Video : 23:26 mins


28. Electroretinogram  video

Video : 24:36 mins


29. Electrooculogram  video

Video : 6:04 mins


30. Dark adaptometry  video

Video : 6:45 mins


31. Night blindness  video

Video : 14:08 mins


32. Retinitis pigmentosa  video

Video : 21:13 mins


35. Cone dystrophy  video

Video : 2:28 mins


34. Macular dystrophy  video

Video : 12:09 mins


37. Heredity Vitreoretinopathy  video

Video : 10:12 mins


36. Angiod Streaks  video

Video : 3:58 mins


38. Ocular Albinism  video

Video : 4:23 mins


33. Atypical retinitis pigmentosa  video

Video : 9:28 mins


1. Orbit anatomy and clinical implications  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


2. Clinical Approach to Proptosis  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


3. Thyroid Eye Disease video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


Glaucoma medications  video

Video : 23:58 mins


Ptosis demo  video

Video : 58:41 mins


5. Carotico-Cavernous fistula video

Video : 27:15 mins


9. Orbital cellulitis  video

Video : 32:14 mins


10. Rhino-Orbital-Cerebral Mucormycosis  video

Video : 24:59 mins


8. Dermoid cyst video

Video : 08:36 mins


4. Idiopathic Orbital Inflammatory Disease  video

Video : 18:42 mins


6. Orbit varix vs Lymphangioma  video

Video : 11:26 mins


7. Vascular tumours- Capillary hemangioma vs cavernous hemangioma  video

Video : 12:42 mins


11. Rhabdomyosarcoma video

Video : 00:11:43 mins


13. Peripheral orbital nerve tumors video

Video : 00:15:47 mins


19. Orbitotomy incisions video

Video : 00:05:13 mins


12. Optic nerve tumours  video

Video : 00:14:18 mins


14. Lacrimal gland tumours video

Video : 00:21:21 mins


1. Eyelid anatomy and clinical implications video

Video : 00:52:26 mins


16. Exenteration  video

Video : 00:08:37 mins


17. Eviseration video

Video : 00:10:11 mins


15. Enucleation video

Video : 00:15:21 mins


18. Orbital implants and Contracted socket video

Video : 00:48:31 mins


7. Approach to eyelid mass and eyelid reconstruction video

Video : 01:00:29 mins


3. Blepharitis video

Video : 00:33:57 mins


5. Ectropion video

Video : 00:23:12 mins


6. Entropion video

Video : 00:19:07 mins


4. Eyelid margin and clinical implications video

Video : 00:22:14 mins


2. Orbital septum and fat video

Video : 00:07:31 mins


5. Acanthamoeba keratitis video

Video : 00:13:20 mins


4. Fungal keratitis video

Video : 00:30:10 mins


1. Anatomy and Physiology of Cornea video

Video : 1:10:56 mins


6. Herpes Simplex keratitis and HEDS video

Video : 00:30:40 mins


2. Signs in Corneal disease and Corneal colour coding video

Video : 00:38:35 mins


3. Approach to a corneal ulcer video

Video : 00:25:48 mins


7. Herpes zoster ophthalmicus video

Video : 00:11:28 mins


8. Interstitial keratitis video

Video : 00:23:53 mins


9. Bacterial keratitis video

Video : 00:23:50 mins


10. Persistent epithelial defect video

Video : 00:27:36 mins


11. Neurotrophic keratitis video

Video : 00:23:48 mins


12. Peripheral ulcerative keratitis video

Video : 00:54:56 mins


15. Corneal collagen cross linking video

Video : 00:16:34 mins


17. Corneal Degenerations video

Video : 00:11:16 mins


16. Corneal dystrophies video

Video : 00:19:06 mins


14. Corneal Ectasia video

Video : 00:44:58 mins


13. Corneal Topography video

Video : 00:48:54 mins


18. Wilson disease video

Video : 08:11 mins


19. Corneal epithelial deposition video

Video : 04:49 mins


20. Eye banking video

Video : 29:45 mins


21. Penetrating keratolpasty video

Video : 22:11 mins


22. Complications of penetrating keratoplasty video

Video : 21:16 mins


23. Corneal graft rejection video

Video : 17:09 mins


24. Lamellar keratoplasty video

Video : 26:36 mins


25. Keratoprosthesis video

Video : 13:14 mins


26. Sclera and Staphyloma video

Video : 07:32 mins


1. Visual pathway Optic nerve . video

Video : 40:52 mins


2. Visual pathway Optic chiasma video

Video : 22:22 mins


3. Visual pathway- Retrochiasma  video

Video : 41:18 mins


4. Light and near reflex pathway  video

Video : 22:30 mins


6. Light near dissociation  video

Video : 19:10 mins


7. Sympathetic pathway and clinical implications  video

Video : 29:49 mins


5. Light pathway defects  video

Video : 17:43 mins


19. Examination of Sensory status in Strabismus  video

Video : 29:14 mins


16. Basics and Theory of Binocular Vision  video

Video : 27:00 mins


21. Comitant Esotropias  video

Video : 35:15 mins


20. Examination of Motor Status in Strabismus  video

Video : 58:14 mins


18. Examination of Strabismus Basic video

Video : 15:24 mins


17. Types and adaptations in Strabismus  video

Video : 27:54 mins


15. Definitions in strabismus  video

Video : 25:29 mins


14. Extraocular muscles and actions  video

Video : 33:49 mins


29. Ocular motor nerve 6th video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


31. Ocular motor nerve 4th video

Video : 6:02 mins


33. Ocular motor nerve 3rd video

Video : 16:35 mins


8. Optic nerve function tests  video

Video : 23:11 mins


9. Optic disc swelling  video

Video : 17:17 mins


10. Optic neuritis  video

Video : 29:12 mins


11. Approach to optic disc edema Clinical aspects video

Video : 27:51 mins


12. Papilledema  video

Video : 36:48 mins


13. Optic atrophy  video

Video : 6:41 mins


1. Overview and Classification of uveitis video

Video : 10:39 mins


2. Clinical features of anterior uveitis  video

Video : 19:46 mins


3. Approach to anterior uveitis  video

Video : 18:10 mins


4. Salient features of special anterior uveitis  video

Video : 10:16 mins


5. Intermediate uveitis  video

Video : 16:30 mins


6. Approach to posterior uveitis  video

Video : 17:21 mins


7. Ocular Toxoplasmosis video

Video : 15:30 mins


8. Ocular Toxocariasis and DUSN video

Video : 08:48 mins


9. Ocular Cysticercosis video

Video : 05:52 mins


10. Viral retinitis video

Video : 07:54 mins


11. Special features of special Pan-uveitis_ Sympathetic ophthalmia and Vogt-Kayangi Harada syndrome video

Video : 16:05 mins


34. 3rd nerve palsy video

Video : 15:41 mins


32. 4th nerve palsy video

Video : 15:19 mins


30. 6th nerve palsy video

Video : 10:00 mins


23. A and V pattern strabismus video

Video : 29:13 mins


24. Amblyopia and Clinical Management  video

Video : 22:44 mins


25. Approach to Incomitant strabismus  video

Video : 16:24 mins


37. Brown syndrome video

Video : 04:44 mins


22. Comitant Exotropia video

Video : 19:45 mins


36. Congenital Cranial dysinnervation disorder  video

Video : Session 24_Congenital Cranial dysinnervation disorders mins


27. Diplopia charting video

Video : 28:18 mins


26. Forced Duction test and implications  video

Video : 12:18 mins


38. Nystagmus and Practical aspects video

Video : 20:35 mins


28. Hess Lees chart  video

Video : 19:57 mins


35. Park 3 step test video

Video : 10:30 mins


39. Supranuclear control of eye movements and Clinical significance video

Video : 31:21 mins


Valedictory message to all residents  video

Video : 7:31 mins


7. Visual field defects in glaucoma and progresssion  video

Video : 5:00:00 mins


1. Conjunctival anatomy and Embryology video

Video : 27:38 mins


2. Conjunctival vascular and nervous supply video

Video : 9:49 mins


3. LimbusAnatomical and Surgical implications video

Video : 39:10 mins


4. Conjunctival signs and Overview of Conjunctivitis video

Video : 36:25 mins


5. Tear filmLayers function and properties video

Video : 19:41 mins


6. Tear film adequacy tests video

Video : 37:51 mins


7. Dry Eyes Definition to Manangement Stratergy video

Video : 1:06:35 mins


8. Allergic Conjunctivitis Types and Manangement modalities video

Video : 44:25 mins


9. Viral Conjunctivitis video

Video : 19:42 mins


10. Bacterial Conjunctivitis video

Video : 17:53 mins


11. Chlamydia Overview and Lifecycle video

Video : 08:28 mins


12. Inclusion conjunctivitis and Ophthalmia neonatorum video

Video : 21:24 mins


13. Trachoma video

Video : 11:18 mins


14. Ocular Cicatricial Pemphigoid video

Video : 15:30 mins


15. Steven Johnson syndrome video

Video : 13:37 mins


16. Limbal stem cell deficiency video

Video : 13:22 mins


17. Ocular surface reconstruction video

Video : 20:10 mins


18. Conjunctival degenerations video

Video : 05:48 mins


19. Pterygium video

Video : 16:48 mins


1. Lacrimal gland video

Video : 14:18 mins


2. Lacrimal gland nervous supply video

Video : 10:01 mins


3. Lacrimal passage video

Video : 18:23 mins


4. Tear film dynamics video

Video : 09:20 mins


5. Etiology of Epiphora video

Video : 10:10 mins


6. Approach to Epiphora video

Video : 23:55 mins


7. Treatment of Epiphora video

Video : 11:31 mins


8. DacryoCystoRhinostomy video

Video : 18:35 mins


9. Dacryocystitis and Canaliculitis video

Video : 10:16 mins


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