Scientific Program

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Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Huang Wei Ling

Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Franca, São Paulo, Brazil.

Keynote: Chakras Energy Deficiency as the cause of Chronic Conjuntival Hyperemia

Time : 10:00 - 10:30

Conference Series Ophthalmology Congress 2020 International Conference Keynote Speaker Huang Wei Ling  photo
Biography:

Huang Wei Ling, born and Taiwan, raised in Brazil, graduated in medicine in Paraná, Brazil, and specialized in infectious and parasitic diseases, a General Practitioner and Parenteral and Enteral Medical Nutrition Therapist. Researcher in the ophtamology sector in 2012 and 2013, by the São Paulo University.

She was coordinator of both the Infection Control and the Nutritional Support Committee in Sao Joaquim Hospital in Franca. She is the owner of the Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, and since 1997 have been presenting her work worldwide with the approach and treatment of all diseases of the human body in a holistic way, with treatment guided through the teachings of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Hippocrates.

 

Abstract:

Introduction: Conjunctival hyperemia (CH) is a reaction that appears as dilation and redness of the conjunctival vessels. In Western Medicine, the CH can be caused by viral or bacterial infections, as well as allergic reactions. The treatment in Western Medicine is based in symptom relief. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the eye is commanded by the energy of the Liver, and the redness linked to conjuctival hyperemia is due to Heat Retention.

Purpose: To demonstrate that chronic conjunctival hyperemia is caused by systemic energy deficiency  of the chakra centers, leading to formation of internal Heat manifestating in hyperemia in the conjunctival mucosa. 

Methods: Two case reports. First, 12-year-old, boy, with conjunctival hyperemia since 5 years old, making use of eye drops during years. He searched for treatment with auricular acupuncture with apex ear bloodletting, Chinese dietary counselling,            and chakras measurement that resulted in level 1 in 8 of energy for all the chakras.

Second, 55-year-old male, the redness in the eyes was noticed in the physical exam. The doctor suggested auricular acupuncture and apex ear bloodletting, as well as measurement of the chakras meridians, that resulted all in 1 in 8.

Results: After the treatment with crystal-based and homeopathy medication, Chinese Dietary Counselling and auricular acupuncture, the redness in the eyes of the first patient gradually decreased diminishing the use of eye drops.  The treatment with auricular acupuncture, apex ear bloodletting and Chinese dietary counselling dimished the redness in the eyes of the second patient. The use of crystal-based medications for the chakras was not initiated in the second case. 

Conclusion: To better treat the chronic conjunctival hyperemia, it is important to search for the root of the problem, that may be the deficiency of the chakras center meridians, not only treating the symptoms to relieve the discomfort.

 

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Huang Wei Ling

Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, Franca, São Paulo, Brazil.

Title: Spleen-Pancreas And Chakras Energy Deficiency As The Cause Of Sub Retinal Fluid Retention In Polypoidal Chroidal Vasculopathy
Biography:

Huang Wei Ling, born and Taiwan, raised in Brazil, graduated in medicine in Paraná, Brazil, and specialized in infectious and parasitic diseases, a General Practitioner and Parenteral and Enteral Medical Nutrition Therapist. Researcher in the ophtamology sector in 2012 and 2013, by the São Paulo University.

She was coordinator of both the Infection Control and the Nutritional Support Committee in Sao Joaquim Hospital in Franca. She is the owner of the Medical Acupuncture and Pain Management Clinic, and since 1997 have been presenting her work worldwide with the approach and treatment of all diseases of the human body in a holistic way, with treatment guided through the teachings of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Hippocrates.

 

Abstract:

Introduction: Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV) is an age-related macular degeneration subtype. Changes in choroidal flow, poor scleral outflow, breakdown of the retinal pigment epithelium, and leakage/breakdown of normal or abnormal retinal vessels are the pathophysiological mechanisms that are isolated or in combination associated with subretinal fluid accumulation. In Traditional Chinese Medicine the fluid accumulation could be linked to Spleen-Pancreas deficiency, caused by emotional factors and wrong diet.

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that PCV can be treated balancing the Yin, Yang, Qi and Blood energy, mainly the Spleen-Pancreas meridian and treating the energy deficiency in the Chakra energy centers. 

Methods: One case report. In 2007, when the patient was 47 years old, she started noticing a gray spot in the central region of her right eye. The patient searched for a ophthalmologist and was diagnosed with Polypoidal Vasculopathy, after several exams. She performed treatment with laser and injections during 2009,2010 and 2011, intaking injections every 4 or 5 weeks, with no success. She started treatment with auricular acupuncture, chakras measurement ( all resulted in 1 of 8), and made use of crystal-based medication and homeopathy as well as Chinese dietary couselling.

Results: After one month of treatment  no sub retinal fluid was found in her eyes,.

Conclusion: There is energy alterations related to the formation of sub retinal fluid in PCV. There is a necessity of correcting imbalances in the Spleen-Pancreas meridian using diet, auricular acupuncture and crystal-based medication and homeopathy to correct the energy imbalance in the chakras, to achieve better results in the sub retinal fluid accumulation control. This disease is not spefically linked to the eyes, but is a symptom of a systemic energy imbalance.

 

Biography:

Dr. Virginia Vanzzini Zago is currently working as a physician at Hospital Association to Prevent Blindness in Mexico, Mexico, her research interest is in the field of Health Sciences, Medicine ,Ophthalmology, Health Sciences, Immunology.Her dedication and devotion reflects in her vast number of publication at both national and international level.

Abstract:

Cryptococcus genus, include a wide group of yeast, which species are usually found in water and plants. C neoformans and C gatti are considered pathogens for humans and animals, whoever Cryptococcus laurentii , C albidus and C curvatus are considered as  potential environmental pathogen for both.

We describe one fungal keratitis caused by Cryptococcus albidus, in a male 41 years old, diagnosed previously with diabetes type 2, and ocular surgery for cataract extraction 7 years before, actually he presented a corneal ulcer in right eye diagnosed before as herpetic keratitis unresponsive to Aciclovir, after de first ocular observation in our hospital in Cornea Service, and samples for culture taken, the final diagnosis was Cryptococcus albidus keratitis, the treatment with antimycotic drugs, topic voriconazole 1% and oral itraconazole 100mgs each 12 hs was administered. The corneal ulcer was healed in 3 weeks and the FBCVA was 20/30

 

Gowhar Ahmad

Department of ophthalmology, University of Jammu and Kashmir, India

Title: Bilateral Medial Rectii Recessions As A Surgical Modality For Bilateral Alternating Infantile Esotropia In 6 Months Old Male Twins

Time : 11:30-12:00

Biography:

Dr. Gowhar Ahmad is a Director in the Department of Ophthalmology, Florence Hospital, Multispecialty Centre, Kashmir, India. He pursued his MBBS from University of J&K and Master of Surgery in Ophthalmology, SN Medical College, University of Agra. He obtains a fellowship in Paediatric Ophthalmology from Morefield’s Eye Hospital, London and fellowship in Oculoplasty and Neurophthalmology from King Khaled Eye Specialist Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He had more than 40 years of experience in the field of Ophthalmology and served as guest National and International speaker. He has posted more than 7oo Ophthalmic articles on Linked-in, and more than 800 on Docpleuxs. He is the key opinion leader on the Curofy having published more than 1600 posts. He has published many ophthalmic International Papers and served as Editorial Member for International Journal of Science and Research. He attended the World Congress on Pediatrics and Clinical Pediatrics at Dubai, UAE on November 28th and 29th 2018 as a guest speaker. He is the Editorial Board Member for Clinical Pediatrics 2019 Congress, to be held in June 2019, in Scotland. He is also a member of the Kashmir Ophthalmic Society. He served as Ex Senior Consultant Ophthalmologist and Hod of QATEEF Central Hospital Eastern Province, KSA. He is also the Ex Sr Con Ophthalmologist of Govt Medical College, Srinagar, Kashmir, India. His special interest are Pediatric Ophthalmology, Oculoplasty, Neurophthalmology, Medical Ophthalmology. He is also interested in community ophthalmology and has conducted many eye camps in rural areas.

 

Abstract:

Squint or strabismus is an ocular condition in which an eye deviated from its normal position of parallelism we have different forms of squints 1 con 2 acquires one of the most important things while dealing with a squint is to do the following things 1. Visual assessment 2. Refraction mydriatic 3. Fundus examination Why funds as in children retinoblastoma and coats disease can present as squint urge we have got various forms of squint 1. Accommodate 2. Non Accommodative 11 paralytic non paralytic 11 concomitant non concomitant squint can be esotopia, exotropia, hypertropia, hypotripia, pseudotropia, hertrotropia, microtropia and cyclotropia.

Introduction

Bil alternating infantile tropia can present as 1. Crossed fixation 2. In crossed fixation 3. A v pattern 4. Broad angle 5. Over action of Inf oblique 6. Covering the dominant eye will make the child to cry.

Case Report

 6 months old twins were seen by me in 2002 with parents having noticed bil alternate inward ocular deviation since 3 months on examination both twins had 20 to 25 degrees bil alternating esotopia f t normally delivered children no other cong abnormalities present ocular movements full and within normal limits mydriatric refraction ant segment and fundii normal both twins no evidence of abnormal head posture or ocular torticolis so under gain both twins bil 5mm medial rectii recessions was done after exposure of eye with eye sprculm rotation of eye balls was done with 6 zero silk sutures passed at 6 and 12o clock positions respectively isoloation of medial rectii was done through limbal based conjuctival aproach 5 mm recessions of medial rectii was done and position of produces asatisfactory correction of angle of squint but it produces minimal eye reaction as in recession we do not cut muscle so reaction is less however there are few complications associated with this procedure not serious but they are as follows 1 under correction 21 amblyopia over action of inferior oblique medial rectii was secured on sclera using 6 zero vicoryl sutures then conjuctival reposition was done post operatively there was a very satisfactory correction of angle of squint with minimal eye reaction discussion medial rectii recessions for bil alt inf esotopia is a n operative modality of choice even after more than 15 years same procedure is done these days conclusion medial rectii recessions for bil alt esotopia not only produces a satisfactory correction of angle of squint but the eye reaction is minimal as in recessions as we do not cut muscles the eye reaction is minimal howevross few complicationser we do come ross few post operative complications as

1. Under correction

2. Amblyopia

3. Over action of Inf. oblique

4. Accomodative element

5. DVD (Dessociated Verticle Deviation). 

 

Sowmya Srinivas

Medical Center Drive, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH 03756-0001 - United States

Title: TACTILE-VISUAL CROSS MODAL TRANSFER AFTER AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF CONGENITAL BLINDNESS
Biography:

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH 03756-0001 at United States.
 (website: https://www.wilmingtonhealth.com/locations/1202-medical-center-drive).  

Abstract:

PURPOSE: In underdeveloped villages of India, infants with congenital cataracts often do not undergo cataract surgery due to socioeconomic reasons. Consistent with a strict interpretation of the critical period, if congenital cataracts are treated within a few months of birth it leads to a near normal development of vision but after age 6 or 7 years there should be little or no improvement. The experiments below show that vision can be regained after the critical period. The objective of Experiment 1 is to assess the development of the tactile-visual link compared to intramodal tactile and visual object recognition while Experiment 2 assesses precision of the tactile-visual link. METHODS: Subjects were between 8 and 15 years old. In Experiment 1 objects were used to assess tactile-to-tactile, tactile-to-visual, visual-to-tactile, and visual-to-visual transfer in three patients. In Experiment 2, objects of a specific length, aspect ratio, or curvature ratio were used to assess the precision of tactile-to-visual transfer in three other patients and four normally sighted control subjects. RESULTS: In Experiment 1, tactile-to-visual transfer accuracy pre-operatively was about 20% and improved to above 50% during one week. In Experiment 2 the patients had a preoperative error range of 23-51%.  There was a 25% improvement on post operation day 1 and by the day 4 there was a 50% improvement in the number of errors. CONCLUSION:  We have demonstrated that the link between touch and vision strengthened significantly after the classic critical period.