MS in Opthalmology

MS in Opthalmology

It is a two-year program that educates specialists about eye anatomy, Ocular Physiology, Ocular Pathology, Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology in relation to Ocular Immunology. Specialist are getting trained in functions, and diseases, such eye infection, glaucoma, iritis, orbital cellulite, tumors, and other illnesses affecting the human eye including non-inflammatory retinal damage caused by a systemic condition like diabetes. The major responsibility of an ophthalmologist is to provide high-quality eye care through medicinal, surgical, and rehabilitative therapies. They are committed to delivering complete, refractive, medical, and surgical eye care through prescribing drugs for eye diseases, performing laser treatment, and conducting surgery as necessary. Postgraduates who complete the course successfully are recruited in positions such as ophthalmologist, hospital administrator, clinical research associate, consultant, professors, and so on.