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Infective conjunctivitis

Infective conjunctivitis

Infective conjunctivitis is a condition that causes redness and inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eyes. Symptoms include itching, redness, watering as well as a sticky coating or substance along the eyelashes. Infective conjunctivitis may affect one or both eyes. This could be caused by bacterial or viral infections, allergies and contact with irritating substances.

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