Ophthalmologists are medical specialists who cater to patients who have eye problems. As an Ophthalmologist, you work on the following things in your day to day work:Whether you work in your private clinic or in a hospital, your day will start early.There are appointments throughout the day and you have to provide the treatment as per the case.You will spend quite a lot of time with other ophthalmologists, discussing the cases you are dealing with and if they can provide you any advice.A good amount of time is spent in doing the clinical work. Prescribing the right medicines and treatment, and

1 answer Deepak Rana in Opthalomogists category

Dear Aspirant The eligibility required to do the Ophthalmology course is a graduation in medicine (MBBS). The aspirants who have completed the medical school are qualified to apply for the programme. The post graduate courses in Ophthalmology are Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Master of Surgery (M.S.) and Diploma in Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery (DOMS). Students can pursue BSc + MSc Optometry or ophthalmic techniques. You can work as Optometrist with this degree. Hope your query is answered. Best Wishes for bright career, Apurva kumar Pandya, PhD

2 answers Vivek Negi in Opthalomogists category

Dear Student ,To identify whether you have an aptitude and interest to be an ophthalmologist , youare advised to get your psychometric assessment done. Psychometric assessment involves assessing the aptitude, interest and personality of the student. The duration of assessment is appx.  75 minutes- 90 minutes. The assessment can be taken online or offline. The assessment is then analyzed by the psychologist and experienced career counselor and unique career plan is generated for the student. The career plan highlights the main areas of interest, personality attributes , high and low aptitu

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Opthalomogists category

The division of medical science that concerns the anatomy as well as physiology of the eye is known as ophthalmology. The field also deals with the diseases that might affect the eye, the proper treatment required and preventive methods,. A professional of this field is known as ophthalmologist. It is a great career option for males and females for those who wish to have a family life and for those who want to dedicate their life to medicine. It is a dynamic branch with alot of opportunities for research if one is academically inclined. There are post graduate degree ( MD and MS) and two years

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Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis , treatment and prevention of diseases of the eye and visual system. An ophthalmologist is a medically trained doctor who commonly acts as both physician and surgeon. Ophthalmologists examine, diagnose and treat diseases and injuries in and around the eyes. They provide a full spectrum of care including routine eye exams, diagnosis and medical treatment of eye disorders and diseases, prescription for eye glasses and management of eye problems that are caused by systemic illness. There are post graduate degrees ( like MD or MS) an

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Opthalomogists category

Hello Dear,I will suggest you to go with your area of interest. If you are not interested in studying engineering than its of no use of continuing with the same. Its always good to study those field in which you are interested. So as you have expressed your interest in Optometry, you should go with that provided you are determined to study the Optometry.If you are not determined to study Optometery than continue with the same course. Ask yourself which course you are interested?? and than you can decide.Talking about the Scope in Optometry ,there is a tremendous scope in this field and th

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