Eye pain epidemiology and demographics

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There is no significant difference in occurrence of eye pain the population. It depends on the occurrence of different diseases in that population.

Epidemiology and Demographics

Conjunctivitis is one of the major causes of eye pain it greatly affects the demographics. Infectious conjunctivitis may be differing in distribution. In neonates they may pick up infectious agent from birth canal.sexual practices have to be considered in teenagers and sexually active groups.Male and female have equal resistance to infections. Certain professions like people working in school may pick up some infection. Viral causes can lead to epidemic in schools . military organizations.

Inflammations due to allergen can be noticed only during certain seasons and climates only.

Trauma to eye is a significant causative factor for eye pain[1]. People wearing contact lenses are also at risk population.Inflammation of eyelids is seen in aged population.


  1. Shields T, Sloane PD (1991). "A comparison of eye problems in primary care and ophthalmology practices". Fam Med. 23 (7): 544–6. PMID 1936738.

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