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a.1.(Anat.) Connected with the lachrymal apparatus and the nose; as, the nasolachrymal, or lachrymal duct.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In addition, a retro-orbital pseudotumor and nasolacrimal duct obstruction may occur (1, 2).
External versus endoscopic dacryocystor-hinostomy for acquired nasolacrimal duct obstruction in a tertiary referral center.
Discharge from one eye may be seen in association with processes that are more localized, such as a blocked nasolacrimal duct, which normally drains tears from the eye to the tip of the nose, or a foreign body such as plant material lodged in the eye.
Following treatment, DEXTENZA is intended to resorb and exit the nasolacrimal system without the need for removal as well as completed Phase 3 evaluation for ocular pain and inflammation following ocular surgery.
Equin Adnexal and nasolacrimal disase In; Equin Ophtalmology pp.
Nasolacrimal tuberculosis: case report highlighting the need for imaging in identifying and managing it effectively.
Webbed fingers and toes, large floppy ears, choanal atresia, nasolacrimal duct obstruction, cryptorchidism and inguinal hernia are some of the other frequent clinical findings.
(26) Urticaria is a known adverse effect of systemic NSAID use and we believe that our patient developed it after the ophthalmic NSAID entered the systemic circulation via the conjunctival vessels and nasolacrimal duct.
Lacrimal ducts/canaliculi epithelium is of the nonkeratinizing squamous types while the nasolacrimal sac and duct are lined with stratified columnar epithelium with goblet cells that is never ciliated.
Functional nasolacrimal duct obstruction (FNLDO) can be defined as the presence of epiphora with a patent lacrimal drainage system according to an irrigation test and without any evidence of potential causative factors, including ocular surface abnormalities, lid margin abnormalities, eyelid laxity, and punctal or canalicular stenosis, although several different definitions have been published [1-6].
In addition, one (2.7%) patient was being followed up and underwent surgery in the ophthalmology clinic because of retinal degeneration, and one (2.7%) patient was being followed up and underwent surgery because of a nasolacrimal duct obstruction.