Conjunctivitis and Chloramphenicol
AbstractConjunctivitis means inflammation of the conjunctiva. There are four main types of conjunctivitis: bacterial, adenoviral, allergic and chlamydial. It is also possible for a foreign body on the conjunctiva to cause conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis may be accompanied by soreness or discomfort, but the presence of pain is a sign that something else is wrong. Permission was not granted for electronic publication of this article. Please refer to the hard copy.
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