Distinguished specialization is one of the most important branches of medicine, which deals mainly with visual diseases, in terms of diagnosis, treatment and surgery, including the areas of the eye and the brain and all the surrounding areas and affecting the optical device.

This specialty is one of the most publicity and prevalent medical specialties and requires a great experience from the specialist in this field, to know the latest diagnostic and treatment devices, and how to deal with the diseases of the different eyes, with experience and competence.

Course Content:

In this specialization, the student, in addition to his comprehensive study of all other medical disciplines, teaches specialized curricula and courses, including:
  • Anatomy of the Eyes
  • Eye diseases (conjunctivitis – inflammation etc.)
  • Impaired eyesight and surgical treatment methods
  • Planting Lenses
  • Diagnosis and treatment of water types appearing in the Eyes (black, white, etc.)
  • The latest equipment needed by the ophthalmologist for detection and surgery
  • Emergency cases affecting the eye, rapid surgical intervention

And so many other curricula and courses related to this specialization, whether in terms of theoretical or practical study.

Job functions:
  • The ophthalmologist is responsible for doing several key roles according to this specialization, 
  • The most important are: the correct diagnosis of eye diseases, whether visual or chronic diseases
  • Describe the detailed treatment of patients, and follow their condition until full recovery
  • Routine surgical procedures for eye diseases requiring surgical intervention
  • Emergency surgical procedures, which are beyond the threat of a person's life
  • And all other tasks related to this specialization

Job Positions:

The ophthalmologist can work within a very large job market, guaranteeing him substantial material income, rapid career and academic development, because of the great job application and the need for skilled and creative professionals.

Among the functional places where the ophthalmologist works:
  • Government and private hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Specialized Eye Diseases Research centers
  • Vision correction centers, LASIK processes and lenses
  • Beauty Centers
  • Continuing academic studies and obtaining postgraduate degrees until the post of University professor

And many other different bodies and institutions, which require the presence of specialists in this main branch of medicine 

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