Meanwhile, chronic dacryocystitis
may also induce acute dacryocystitis
, keratitis, orbital cellulitis, and other severe ocular complications [1, 3, 4].
Keywords: Abscess; dacryocystitis
; nasolacrimal duct; rabbit
If left untreated, rhinoliths can potentially lead to serious complications, which may include chronic sinusitis, septal perforations, naso-oral fistulas, dacryocystitis
, frontal osteomyelitis, and epidural abscesses (2-5).
Upon occupational exposure survey of operational staff at oil and gas facilities in Kashkadarya, Bukhara and Fergana regions of Uzbekistan 66 operators and mechanics diagnosed with cataract, glaucoma and dacryocystitis
were selected to comprise the experimental group.
The commonest indication was chronic dacryocystitis
in 33 (90.97%) patients, followed by mucocele 2 (6.25%) and canalicular obstruction in 1 (2.77%) patients.
The other is a disease called chronic dacryocystitis
- this is inflammation of the tear gland that leads to pus forming in the eye that then blocks the tear duct.
If lacrimal drainage is compromised by the cyst, concomitant dacryocystitis
and/or symptomatic epiphora (watery eye) may affect patients, particularly with bilateral cysts.
The treatment of congenital dacryocystitis
. JAMA 1923; 81: 23-4.
A 3-year-old girl who com-plained of epiphora and recurrent dacryocystitis
of the right eye.
Various developmental malformations have been reported to be associated with osteopoikilosis, including: coarctation of the aorta, double ureter, pubertas praecox, urogenital defects, growth abnormalities, peptic ulcer, diabetes mellitus at the endodermal strata level; arthritis, exostoses, osteitis condensans ilii, Klippel-Feil Syndrome, melorheostosis, spinal stenosis, cervical myelopathy, dacryocystitis
, giant cell tumor, fibrous dysplasia, chondrosarcoma, osteosarcoma, synovial chondromatosis at the mesodermal level; facial abnormalities, hare lip, dental abnormalities, dermatofibrosis lenticularis disseminata, keloid formation, plantar and palmar keratomas at the ectodermal level (14-16).
WG ocular disease ranges from conjunctivitis, episcleritis, scleritis, granulomatous sclero-uveitis, ciliary vessel vasculitis, retinal vasculitis, nasolacrimal obstruction, dacryocystitis
, and in our patient, sclerosing orbital pseudotumor [14,25].
In south India, corneal injury was an overwhelming risk factor followed by chronic dacryocystitis
, spheroidal degeneration of the cornea, blepharitis, conjunctivitis, pre-existing viral keratitis, bullous keratopathy, dry eyes and exposure keratitis (8,9,17).