Clinical presentation of bilateral ocular CA24v infection. | (A) First day morning; (B) first day afternoon; (C) second day am; (D) second day pm; (E) third day am; (F) fourth day pm; (G) sixth day pm. The bilateral lid edema (*), vascular dilation, and conjunctival erythema were noted on the second day, and the inferior-nasal chemosis (arrow) was present on the third day post-AHC. The clinical signs were less and resolved more quickly in the right (second infected) than the left (first affected) eye. | Abbreviations: CA24v, coxsackievirus A24; AHC, acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis. | Langford, M. P., Anders, E. A., & Burch, M. A. (2015). Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis: anti-coxsackievirus A24 variant secretory immunoglobulin A in acute and convalescent tear. Clinical ophthalmology (Auckland, N.Z.), 9, 1665–1673. https://doi.org/10.2147/OPTH.S85358

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