Seasonal Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye): Types, Causes, and Treatment

Seasonal Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye): Types, Causes, and Treatment

Conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye infection, is a very common inflammation or infection in one or both eyes. It’s usually caused by a viral or bacterial infection. Conjunctivitis occurs when a tear duct that has not fully opened develops tiny blood vessels in the conjunctiva (a clear and thin membrane that covers the sclera and the inner surface of the eyelids) and gets inflamed while becoming more visible.

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