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isolated Coxsackievirus A24 as the second most common viral agent following adenoviruses for acute conjunctivitis, but no Enterovirus 70 was isolated.
(4,10) In this study, we collected both conjunctiva and pharynx samples from patients with acute conjunctivitis and used the PCR method for identification of viral agents.
urealyticum-induced chronic conjunctival inflammation were completely masked by DED symptoms and differed from manifestations of acute conjunctivitis (acute conjunctivitis was an exclusion criterion for enrollment).
The leader of this latest study, Dr Peter Rose (pictured right), was the author of a report published in The Lancet in 2005 which looked at the treatment of a cohort of 300 children with acute conjunctivitis, half of whom were prescribed chloramphenicol and half prescribed a placebo.
* BACKGROUND Acute conjunctivitis (pinkeye) accounts for 1% to 4% of primary care office visits.
Acute conjunctivitis with episcleritis and anterior uveitis linked to adiaspiromycosis and fresh-water sponges, Amazon region, Brazil, 2005.
tried to isolate the virus from patients with acute conjunctivitis in Busan between April and August 1983.
Acute conjunctivitis can be caused by viruses including emerovirus 70 (EV-70), coxsackievirus A24, and epidemic adenoviruses.

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