Conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis is accompanied by photophobia and purulent discharge. Virus proliferates on the back surface of the eyelids. This leads to their swelling and inflammation. Eye blood vessels become visible as well as small hemorrhages that occur due to the destruction of the capillaries. Photophobia results from the inflammation of the eye membranes. Sometimes it causes frequent involuntary blinking.
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