Chennai / 10 October 2021: RETICON, an initiative of Dr. Agarwal’s Retina Foundation, hosted the 11th Edition of India’s biggest annual conference on retinal surgery in Chennai today. The one-day international conference witnessed enthusiastic participants from all over India and abroad that include 600 ophthalmologist including specialist in Vitreo retina post graduate and followers who had acquired an update on the latest techniques and technology of vitreo retina disorder management that are constantly evolving. Smt. Tamilisai Soundararajan, Hon’ble Governor of Telangana and Lt. Governor of Puducherry, inaugurated the conference by lighting the lamp. Prof. Dr Amar Agarwal, Chairman, Dr Agarwal’s Eye Hospitals; Dr. Mohan Rajan, Chairman & Medical Director, Rajan Eye Care Hospital & Dr. Athiya Agarwal, Director & Secretary General, Eye Research Centre, Dr Agarwal’s Group of Eye Hospitals and Padmashree Prof Dr. S Natarajan, Chairman, Aditya Jyot eye Hospital, Mumbai, addressed the gathering on navigating the new normal in Retinal surgery.
The 11th Edition of RETICON was envisaged by Prof. Dr Amar Agarwal to provide an opportunity to the postgraduates and general ophthalmologists to sneak a quick look on the progression in diagnostics and treatment options in the vitreo retinal speciality. The conference showcased the latest advancements in the posterior segment (Vitreo-Retina) ophthalmic surgeries and diagnosis. RETICON served as a networking platform for ophthalmologists and PG students from India and abroad for the exchange of information about the constantly evolving field of retinal disorder management and catalyze further research into the field. The vitreo retinal specialists obtained updates on the recent new development and management of vitreo retinal diseases in this Symposium.