photophobia is not uncommon, and oscillation of the pupils and spasmodic movements of the eyeball have frequently been observed.
The photophobia may be very severe when the local changes are slight.
Pupil normal, conjunctiva moderately congested, lachrymation profuse, photophobia partial.
And as to the name itself, there is hydrophobia, and photophobia, and Anglophobia—so why not microbophobia?
There are weakness of vision and photophobia, but there are no ophthalmoscopic changes.
The pupil is usually dilated, the cornea becomes opaque and may ulcerate, and there is photophobia and sometimes diplopia.
In some cases there was photophobia, and he has also found paralysis of accommodation and conjunctivitis.
As a rule, however, the eyes are somewhat suffused, and there is slight lachrymation and photophobia.
photophobia pho·to·pho·bi·a (fō'tə-fō'bē-ə)
An abnormal sensitivity to or intolerance of light, especially by the eyes, as may be caused by eye inflammation, lack of pigmentation in the iris, or various diseases.
An abnormal or irrational fear of light.