probe for the lacrimal
canal cylindrical 2-sided 93 pcs, 1 650.
Their topics include evaluating and managing congenital lacrimal
obstruction, complications of orbital decompression and management, primary neoplasms of the orbit, the endoscopic management of skull base neoplasms with orbital involvement, and post-operative care and complications following open and endoscopic orbital surgery.
a) Length of lacrimal
(Lla): Distance from the fronto-lacrimal suture to the junction between the lacrimal
and maxilla bones.
Chips of lacrimal
bone is removed using side knife, then frontal process of maxilla is punched out using Kerrison's bone punch, lacrimal
sac is fully exposed, for the exposure of upper of sac is sometimes drilling is required.
DEXTENZA is a resorbable, preservative-free ophthalmic insert that is placed in the lower lacrimal
punctum and into the canaliculus of the eye.
The structures of the eye include the eyeball and the adnexa or structures outside the eyeball which include the bony orbit, eye muscles, eyelids, eyelashes, conjunctiva, and lacrimal
apparatus (Ehrlich, Schroeder, Ehrlich, & Schroeder, 2017).
The histology confirmed the tumor was lacrimal
gland adenoid cystic carcinoma (LGACC) [Figure 1]b; tumor cells infiltrated into the orbital soft tissue but were free of the orbital bone.
Declan Hovenden will be running lacrimal
syringing workshops, and a peer discussion focused on dry eye will be hosted.
Patients with IgG4-related ophthalmic disease usually involve the lacrimal
gland and may cause diseases such as orbital pseudotumor or sclerosing dacryoadenitis.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the role of the lacrimal
mucous component in VKC patients.
Locationwise, conjunctiva (66.8%) was the most commonly involved site followed by eyelid (20.8%) and lacrimal
gland (3.2%) (Table 2).
Chronic suppurative lacrimal
canaliculitis is an important cause of ocular surface discomfort.