- Inclusion conjunctivitis "begins as an acute
inflammatory conjunctivitis which resolves with scarring that shrinks the
eyelid." (Gustafson 2004) This can lead to scarring of the
- Inclusion conjunctivitis is usually caused by
chlamydia trachomatis, which is an obligate intracellular pathogen, meaning
it has to live within the cells of the eye.
- Inclusion conjunctivitis could lead to trachoma and