This programme is aimed at ophthalmologists with some previous experience and interested in acquiring specialized knowledge in Glaucoma.
The selected students will participate in both theoretical and practical aspects of daily practice. They will also have 90 practicums in the Wetlab included in the training programme (additional practicums will have a supplementary charge).
The evaluation of the student will be done on a continuous basis, by means of a rotation established with each of the specialists in the department. Attendance and participation in the drafting, review and/or monitoring of clinical guidelines are compulsory.
The registration fee is € 10.575. It must be paid by bank transfer.
(IBAN: BBVA ES77 0182 4370 80 0201514067 - SWIFT/BIC: BBVAESMM 0182 4370 80 02015140).
- Patient examination in consultation rooms.
- Performance of supplementary tests.
- Assistance in surgeries.
- Emergency care.
- Participation in research work.
- Presence and participation in teaching activities.
- Participation in all training sessions offered by Grupo Miranza for its specialists.
- Participation in the preparation and monitoring of clinical guidelines.
Anatomy and glaucoma pathophysiology
- Anatomy of the irido/corneal angle and aqueous humour drainage routes.
- Anatomy of the ciliary body.
- Anatomy of the optic nerve.
- Physiology of the aqueous humour.
- Pathogenetic mechanisms of congenital glaucoma.
- Pathogenetic mechanisms of primary open-angle glaucoma.
- Pathogenetic mechanisms of primary closed-angle glaucoma.
- Pathogenic mechanisms of secondary glaucoma.
- Epidemiology and risk factors.
- Clinical symptoms of congenital glaucoma.
- Clinical symptoms of primary open-angle glaucoma.
- Clinical symptoms of primary closed-angle glaucoma.
- Clinical symptoms of normotensive glaucoma.
- Etiopathology and classification.
- Clinical symptoms of secondary open-angle glaucoma (acute and chronic)
- Clinical symptoms of secondary closed-angle glaucoma (acute and chronic)
- Anterior segment biomicroscopy.
- Posterior segment biomicroscopy.
- Optic disc biomicroscopy.
- Direct, indirect and dynamic gonioscopy.
- Direct and indirect optic disc ophthalmoscopy.
- Campimetry: white/white perimetry, blue/yellow perimetry, full-threshold perimetry and perimetry with rapid techniques.
- Analysis of the nerve fibres of the retina and optic disc: HRT, GDx, OCT.
- Pachymetry and ultrasound biomicroscopy.
- Ocular Response Analyser (ORA).
- Hypotensive eye drugs: aqueous humour production inhibitors and outflow enhancers.
- Mechanisms of action and adverse effects of different drugs.
- Monotherapies and fixed combinations.
- Laser types: argon, diode, Nd: YAG.
- Treatments: Peripheral iridotomy with Nd: YAG laser, peripheral iridoplasty and trabeculoplasty with argon or diode laser
- Suture lysis with argon laser and goniopuncture with Nd: YAG.
- Cyclophotocoagulation and endocylophotocoagulation with diode laser.
- Penetrating filtering surgery: trabeculectomy.
- Non-penetrating: deep sclerectomy.
- Tube shunts: Ahmed valve and Molteno drainage device.
- Antimetabolites: 5FU and mitomycin C.
Introduction to the methodology of Research
- Introduction to the methodology of research
- Drafting of research protocols
- Institutions and documentation for the Presentation of projects research to ethics committees and regulators
- Analysis of results and dissemination