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Conjunctival Injection

Conjunctival Injection is symptoms of redness in the white sclera of the eye. It is a sign of inflammation of the conjunctive and also can represent inflammation in the eye. It may be an indication of an abrasion of the cornea of the clear area of the eye. It is vital to decide if the vision has been affected with Conjunctival injection.

Conjunctival injection might denote conjunctivitis, inflammation of the lining of the outside of the eye inside the eyelid. Conjunctivitis might be a virus – commonly “pink eye” – or bacterial infection.

Conjunctival injection needs to be examined by a physician.

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