One of the best resources for pictures of viral pinkeye is WebMD. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also has a number of images of viral pinkeye on its website. More »

Pink eye cases that require treatment are usually treated with antibiotics although the exact course of treatment varies based on what causes the condition, according to WebMD. Most instances of pink eye, which is also c... More »

Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis, refers to swelling and redness in the conjunctiva, a normally clear lining of the eyelid and eye surface, according to WebMD. The redness and swelling occur when the lining becomes... More »

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Bacterial pinkeye is treated with an antibiotic and cannot be treated with a homeopathic remedy, but viral pinkeye symptoms may be relieved by using a warm compress, explains WebMD. If allergies are the cause of pinkeye,... More »

Antibiotic eye drops or ointments are used to treat pink eye caused by a bacterial infection, according to WebMD. Oral antibiotics help cure pink eye caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia. More »

Bacterial pinkeye is treated with an antibiotic, but viral pinkeye is just treated with compresses and eye drops until the symptoms resolve, notes WebMD. No matter which variety the patient has, he should stay home from ... More »

Doctors do not use photos of viral pinkeye to diagnose or treat the condition, according to Mayo Clinic. Instead, the health history of the patient and any symptoms associated with the condition are taken into account, a... More »