necrotic infectious conjunctivitis

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ne·crot·ic in·fec·tious con·junc·ti·vi·tis

a unilateral, suppurative, necrotic inflammation of the conjunctiva characterized by scattered, elevated white spots in the fornices and palpebral conjunctiva, and ipsilateral swelling of preauricular, parotid, and submaxillary lymph glands.

Pascheff,

Constantin (Konstantin), Bulgarian ophthalmologist, 1873-1961.
Pascheff conjunctivitis - a unilateral, suppurative, necrotic inflammation of the conjunctiva. Synonym(s): necrotic infectious conjunctivitis
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