Staphylococcal conjunctivitis is associated with –
a) Corneal margin infiltration
b) Phlyctenular conjunctivitis
c) Vernal conjunctivitis
e) Follicular conjunctivitis
- Staphylococcus causes acute mucopurulent conjunctivitis. Marginal corneal infiltration (marginal corneal ulcer) may be a complication of it.
In phlyctennular conjunctivitis, usually there is associated mucopurulent conjunctivitis due to secondary bacterial infection". —Basics of ophthalmology
- Vernal and follicular conjunctivitis have different etiologies and are not related to staphylococcus.
- Hordeolum is most commonly caused by staphylococcus but it has not been mentioned as being relate to staphylococcal conjunctivitis.
- Conjunctivitis caused by staphylococcus are acute mucopurulent, acute purulent, membranous / Pseudomembranous, angular (rarely), ophthalmia neonatorum, chronic catarrhal conjunctivitis.