Congenital dacryocystocele is an uncommon variant of nasolacrimal
The fact that these lesions are located subjacent to the wing of the nose suggests that they might arise from remnants of the nasolacrimal
The histologic features of nasolabial cysts show striking similarity to the physiologically encountered epithelia in the lacrimal drainage system, specifically the lacrimal canaliculi and sac and the nasolacrimal
duct that drain tear fluid from the eye to the inferior meatus of the nose (Figure 1).
Reported lacrimal apparatus malformations have included nasolacrimal
duct obstruction and hypoplasia or aplasia of the lacrimal puncta.
Other measures include devices to deliver smaller drops, occlusion of the nasolacrimal
punctum and blotting away excess drops after drug administration.
In addition, OculusGen(R) can be used in other selected ophthalmic surgeries, such as pterygium excision, eye plastic surgery, strabismus correction surgery, conjunctiva scar removal surgery, and nasolacrimal
duct surgery, etc to prevent scar formation and speed up wound healing.
THE most common cause is nasolacrimal
A IN babies, watering is often due to under-development of the nasolacrimal
system which tends to correct itself by the age of six months.
INDICATIONS AND USAGE: Sodium Pertechnetate Tc 99m Injection is used IN ADULTS as an agent for: Brain Imaging (including cerebral radionuclide angiography), Thyroid Imaging, Salivary Gland Imaging, Placenta Localization, Blood Pool Imaging (including radionuclide angiography), Urinary Bladder Imaging (direct isotopic cystography) for the detection of vesico-ureteral reflux, Nasolacrimal
Drainage System Imaging.
10) The tear secretions are drained from the orbit by 2 lacrimal caniculi, situated close to the nasal commissure of the eyelids, which then open via the nasolacrimal
duct into the lower portion of the nasal cavity, such that secretions eventually drain into the mouth.
Here, one drop of 1% or 2% fluorescein is applied to the ocular surface, and a sterile cotton bud is placed in the inferior meatus of the nose, close to the valve of Hasner, at the base of the nasolacrimal
To the best of our knowledge, no case of verrucous carcinoma occurring alone or in association with another neoplasm has been described in the nasolacrimal