The causes of Nasolacrimal Duct
Obstructions are many They are
sup], To treat the upper nasolacrimal duct
obstruction or absence, CDCR with a tear drainage tube placement is an appropriate surgical method.
Dacryocystitis or inflammation of nasolacrimal duct
occur due to trauma, blockage of lacrimal duct or secondary to inflammation of lacrimal duct.
3) However, in cases that are uncertain, feeling the presence of dacryoliths in the canaliculus during nasolacrimal duct
lavage can aid diagnosis.
None of the children were operated on for relief of nasolacrimal duct
Clinical and histological effects of the temporary occlusion of the rabbit nasolacrimal duct
and point using cyanoacrylate adhesives.
obstruction--An obstruction of the nasolacrimal duct
Outflow dysfunction (obstructive) due to nasolacrimal duct
, punctal, or rarely, canalicular stenosis
Furthermore overzealous removal of the bone anterior to the natural ostium may result in injury nasolacrimal duct
or more superior extension accounts for a high rate of orbital complications.
KEY WORDS:Epiphora, Dacryocystitis, Nasolacrimal duct
, Endoscopic, Endonasal, Dacryocystorhinostomy.
No inferior turbinate involvement or nasolacrimal duct
extension was present.
67%) having chronic allergic rhinitis with transient nasolacrimal duct
obstruction due to allergic edema.
obstruction (NLDO) is the most common lacrimal abnormality in infants and children, occurring in 2% to 30% of newborns, most commonly secondary to incomplete canalization of the distal nasolacrimal duct
, specifically the valve of Hasner.
Objectives: To determine the frequency of congenital nasolacrimal duct
obstruction in children having congenital malformations of the eyes coming to the tertiary care eye hospital.
Eosinophil infiltration into airspaces and tissues of the lung, nose, sinus and nasolacrimal duct
was blocked in allergic rats treated with gammaT.