Ophthalmic conditions reportedly misdiagnosed as lacrimal
canaliculitis include mucocele, dacryocystitis, chalazia, blepharitis, and conjunctivitis.
sac tumours may be malignant in 50% of cases.
The procedure of CDCR includes rebuilding a new drainage system between the conjunctiva and the nasal cavity using a tear drainage tube and bypassing upper lacrimal
The only pathologic finding identified through slit-lamp biomicroscopy was the presence of bilateral, symmetrical, solid, lobular masses in the lateral upper eyelids at the location of the lacrimal
glands (Figure 1a).
The primary malignant tumors were classified based on their origin as ocular, lacrimal
gland, vascular, muscular, osseous and connective tissue.
If the lacrimal
gland is injured or damaged by aging, pollution or even certain pharmaceutical drugs, a person can experience a debilitating condition called aqueous deficiency dry eye (ADDE), sometimes called "painful blindness.
5%) Povidone iodine was introduced into lower lacrimal
puncta of right eye.
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e o DP de caes saudaveis (SANTOS et al.
Potential diagnostic uses of this test include evaluation and diagnosis of hyposecretion in keratoconjunctivitis sicca, owl and tawny owl keratitis, hypovitamin A-induced metaplasia of the lacrimal
glands, and hypersecretion due to ocular irritations and drainage disturbances.
We reviewed all cases of pediatric orbital lacrimal
cysts that were operated using intralesional ICG injection at the time of surgery.
Pre-operative evaluation consisted of standard relevant eye and ear-nose-throat (ENT ) examination, including regurgitation test, irrigation of lacrimal
pathway and endoscopic examination of nasal cavities by sinoscope.
The tear glands, also called lacrimal
glands, secreted teardrops and the saliva glands responded normally to stimulus from food and protected the mouse against oral infection.