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HPI: An 11 year old M presents with red, burning, itchy eyes. The left eye first became irritated 4 days ago, while onset of right eye irritation was 3 days previously. The patient also complains of a flaky, yellow discharge and a difficulty of opening both eyes in the morning due to mattering of the eyelids. The patient denies any fevers, sore throat, sick contacts, photophobia, eye drop use, or foreign body sensation.

POHx: none

PMHx/Birth Hx: Born at term without complications.

FOHx: none

All: NKDA

Meds: None

SHx: Lives at home w/mom and dad. No smokers or pets in home.

ROS: Negative except as per HPI/PMH

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