For each patient with eye complaints, choose the most likely diagnosis.
a. Adenoviral conjunctivitis b. Bacterial conjunctivitis c. Blepharitis d. Hordeolum e. Keratitis f. Iritis g. Allergic conjunctivitis
99. A 17-year-old student complains of bilateral red eyes with a watery discharge. Physical examination reveals some preauricular lymphadenopathy. (CHOOSE 1 DIAGNOSIS)
100. A 22-year-old man with a history of hilar adenopathy and lung disease presents with eye pain and photophobia. Eye exam reveals an irregular pupil and ciliary flush. (CHOOSE 1 DIAGNOSIS)
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