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Pink-eye. by Roy I. Hostetler

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Published by Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Livestock -- Diseases,
  • Keratoconjunctivitis

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesAnimal diseases, Extension mimeo -- 3991., Extension mimeo (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension Service) -- 3991.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17611222M
OCLC/WorldCa41793662

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Pinkeye (conjunctivitis) can be due to infectious or noninfectious ious pinkeye is highly contagious.; Bacterial or viral infections are common causes of infectious pinkeye. Avoiding contact with infected people, disinfection of household surfaces, and good hygienic practices can help prevent the spread of infectious pinkeye. Pinkeye doesn’t always need medical treatment. Learn more about the home remedies and treatment for viral, bacterial, and allergic pinkeye. Pink eye or conjunctivitis is an infection or inflammation of the transparent membrane known as conjunctiva which lines part of the eyeball as well as the lining of the eyelid. Inflammation causes very small blood vessels in the conjunctiva to be more noticeable, and this is what causes the red or pink cast to the whites of the eye.   One of the classic characteristics of pink eye is the reddish or pinkish tint of the eye. The previously white area in the eye is now red or pink, looking as if the affected individual has been crying. This occurs due to the inflammation and irritation of the conjunctiva. It can affect one or both eyes. In most cases, it often starts in one eye.

  While the AAO says that conjunctivitis or pink eye may be an uncommon but still present symptom of COVID, it's also important to remember that many other things can cause conjunctivitis as . Gonorrheal Conjunctivitis (Neisseria Gonorrhea) Progresses to other eye in days. Mucopurulent discharge. Copious gray, yellow, or green discharge. Consider Gonococcal Conjunctivitis (excessive pus) Matting of lashes and Eyelid s in morning. Significant irritation with stinging sensation or foreign body sensation. Eyelid may appear puffy. Related Book Images. Fig Red Eye/Pink Eye from Chapter Red Eye/Pink Eye in American Academy of Pediatrics Textbook of Pediatric Care, 2nd Edition. Fig . Book Wizard; Rookie Read-About Health. Pinkeye. By Sharon Gordon. Grades. H. Genre. Non-Fiction. Simple text explains what pinkeye is, how it spreads, and common treatments for this eye infection. Simple text explains what pinkeye is, how it spreads, .