- Bleforakonjyunktivit's symptoms
- Bleforakonjyunktivit's reasons
- Bleforakonjyunktivit's treatment
Blefarokonjyunktivit — a conjunctivitis combination to a blepharitis (an inflammation a century).
In the general cases the century swelled, swelled also a conjunctiva hyperemia, a photophobia, dacryagogue, reddening of white of the eye.
Activators: Koch-Uixa's stick, Moraksa-Aksenfeld's stick, pneumococci, gonokokk, streptococci, staphylococcus. As a rule, there is exogenous infection of a conjunctiva, autoinfection is possible. Cooling or overheating of an organism, the general easing, conjunctiva microtraumas, a myopia, an astigmatism, the postponed infections can serve as the contributing factors. Koch-Uixa's conjunctivitis (acute epidemic conjunctivitis) is transmitted through the polluted hands of the patient and the infected objects, gives epidemic flashes and is observed generally in the summer among the children living in the countries of hot climate. The conjunctivitis caused gonokokky (blennorhagic conjunctivitis), arises at newborns when passing a head in patrimonial ways of mother having gonorrhea. Unlike acute conjunctivitis the conjunctivitis caused by Moraks's stick — Aksenfelda, differs in a subacute or chronic current and preferential localization in corners of a palpebral fissure.
As a rule, blefarokonjyunktivita are infectious and though the reason happens quite difficult to reveal, all patients are recommended to wash carefully hands and to follow other rules of personal hygiene not to infect people around. Adequate therapy is appointed by the ophthalmologist.