Pink Eye (Conjunctivitis)

Can flu cause conjunctivitis?


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2012-01-13 01:53:33
2012-01-13 01:53:33

Yes, it is a definitive symptom in Avian Flu and a few other types of flu.

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The respiratory system is the most affected body system with Avian Flu as with all cases of influenza. However, with the Avian Flu, the eyes can also be affected with conjunctivitis, an inflammation/infection of the whites of the eyes (aka pink eye).

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"Pink eye" is a generic term most often used to describe conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis has many, many causes. Without external injury or internal inflammation, the most common cause of acute conjunctivitis is a contagious infection of the virus adenovirus.

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