epiphora


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repetition of the ends of two or more successive sentences, verses, etc

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Epiphora can also be congenital so if you have not had Jessica for very long or she is young, this is something that needs to be ruled out.
These extend from the uncomfortable sensation of `dry eyes' to epiphora, as watery eyes are known.
Other events reported in 1% to 5% of patients included conjunctival hyperemia (red eye), discharge, epiphora (excessive tearing), eye pain, foreign body sensation, pruritus (itching), stinging, and visual disturbance (most often blurring).
There was moderate blepharospasm, mild blepharedema, and epiphora OS.
The patient presented with epiphora, nasal obstruction, swelling of the left medial canthus, and drainage of a foul-smelling fluid from the left nostril.
The other complications were epiphora due to punctal stenosis and corneal changes and persistent corneal erosions due to limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) in 12% of patients.
11) The epiphora caused by ocular irritation may explain the finding of more dry eye in controls than cases.
The CET in this issue offers a practical approach to manage cases of epiphora for the relief of all concerned.
Birds in both control and irradiated groups were weighed and examined daily for changes in behavior, photophobia, epiphora, pruritus, or erythema on eyelids or feet.
On presentation to our clinic, the patient denied vision changes, diplopia, left-sided epiphora, unilateral rhinorrhea, cheek numbness, radiating ear pain, dysphagia, odynophagia, weight loss, fever, chills, night sweats, or any other constitutional symptom.
Sore throat, epiphora, and otalgia developed 3 days before hospital admission to Far Eastern Memorial Hospital, New Taipei City.
Other endoscopic procedures replacing the more conventional open procedures include endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) for epiphora (watery eye due to nasolacrimal duct obstruction), orbital decompression for Graves' orbitopathy, optic nerve decompression, drainage of fronto-ethmoidal mucoceles and external fronto-ethmoidectomies for persistent frontal sinus disease.
In addition, there are social embarrassments of epiphora with the annoyance of frequent wiping and misperceptions that 'people think I am crying'
We describe a case of VMR in a 22-year-old woman who presented with symptoms of clear, left-sided rhinorrhea and epiphora that had begun shortly after a motor vehicle accident approximately 1.