The following Conditions are related to Conjunctivitis

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  • Bullous pemphigoid

    Bullous pemphigoid is an uncommon skin disease characterized by tense blisters on the surface of the skin. Occasionally, the inner lining tissue of the mouth, nasal passages, or conjunctivae of the eyes (mucous membrane tissue) can be involved. The condition is caused by antibodies and inflammation abnormally accumulating in a particular layer of the skin or mucous membranes. This layer of tissue is called the "basement membrane." These antibo  Read More

  • Human cowpox infection

    Human cowpox infection is a relatively uncommon zoonotic skin infection that is mostly found in European nations. Cowpox virus (CPXV) is a member of the Poxvirus family's Orthopoxvirus genus. Contrary to popular belief, most cowpox infections are spread to human beings by domesticated cats and rats. Rodents are cowpox's natural reservoir. Cows, cats, zoo animals, and humans are CPXV's unintentional hosts.Signs and  Read More

  • Scalded skin syndrome

    Early signs of SSSS usually begin with the hallmark symptoms of an infection: fever irritability fatigue chills weakness lack of appetite conjunctivitis (an inflammation or infection of the clear lining that covers the white portion of the eyeball) You may also notice the appearance of a crusty sore. The sore typically appears in the diaper region or aro  Read More