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Photophobia - sensitivity of eyes to light
Influenza - flu
a.k.a flu, influenza virus infections
Migraine - severe recurring headaches
Swine flu - pandemic H1N1 2009 virus infection
a.k.a pandemic H1N1 2009 virus infection, novel influenza
Herpes keratitis - infection of cornea with herpes virus
Corneal abrasion - superficial injury to cornea
'corneal abrasion' is considered a medical emergency
Corneal ulcer - sore or abrasion on cornea
a.k.a ulcerative keratitis
'corneal ulcer' is considered a medical emergency
Foreign body in eye - foreign object in eye
'foreign body in eye' is considered a medical emergency
Encephalitis - brain inflammation
a.k.a encephalopathy, viral encephalitis
'encephalitis' is considered a medical emergency
Trauma eye - injury to eye
a.k.a Eye trauma, Eye injury
'trauma eye' is considered a medical emergency

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