Retinopathy of Prematurity, Early Development of Vision, and What Parents Need To Know – Dr. Evangelina Esposito
Dr. Evangelina Esposito MD, ChM, an Argentina-based Retina Specialist, and Professor of Ophthalmology, shares a detailed overview of how the process of vision develops from infancy through adulthood, highlighting important signs and symptoms of ocular conditions in children that parents should understand. Dr. Esposito further explains the causes, treatment, and prognosis of Retinopathy of Prematurity.
About The Guest:
Evangelina Esposito MD, ChMOphthalmologist from Argentina, Professor of Ophthalmology.
Evangelina is an ophthalmologist from Argentina focused on posterior segment diseases. She graduated as a physician in the National University of Córdoba, Argentina (2004-2009), and completed residency training in Ophthalmology at the Catholic University of Córdoba, Argentina (2011-2014). She finished an Ocular Pathology and Ocular Oncology fellowship at McGill University, Montreal, Canada (2015-2017). She was awarded by the Argentinian Council of Ophthalmology (CAO) as a Distinguished Young Ophthalmologist in 2014 and by the McGill University Health Centre Foundations with the Leonard Ellen Ocular Pathology Fellowship in 2015. She also was awarded by the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICO) with The David E I Pyott Master of Surgery in Clinical Ophthalmology Scholarship (2017), and graduated from the ChM in Clinical Ophthalmology at the University of Edinburgh (2017-2019). She also participates actively in teaching and research.
I want to ask for my child one eye stage 5
And one eye stage 4b
Is there any possible treatment for premature retinopathy stage 5 blindness……. Can we hope that any treatment could help our babies to see this beautiful world.