Atlas of Conjunctivitis, CLINICAL ATLAS, PEDIATRIC ATLAS, OPHTHALMOLOGY, atlas in medical, tuyenlab.net
|FIGURE 1. Unilateral conjunctivitis in a 4-year-old child. The child’s|
age and purulent discharge are consistent with a bacterial etiology.
|FIGURE 2. Viral conjunctivitis demonstrating bilateral conjunctival|
injection with little discharge.
|FIGURE 3. Bacterial conjunctivitis with visible discharge on the|
lateral eyelids. The conjunctivitis was bilateral.
|FIGURE 4. Gonococcus conjunctivitis has a copious discharge. This|
severe case resulted in partial blindness.
|FIGURE 5. Giant papillary conjunctivitis in a contact lens wearer.|
|FIGURE 6. Herpetic keratitis in a woman staying in a shelter after|
|FIGURE 7. Slit-lamp view of a dendritic ulcer with uorescein uptake|
from herpetic keratitis.
|FIGURE 8. Conjunctivitis caused by a foreign body in the eye. The|
ground metal speck is seen on the cornea, and the corneal in ltrate,
along with a purulent discharge, indicate a bacterial superinfection.
|FIGURE 9. Trachoma showing many white follicles on the underside|
of the upper eyelid.
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