provides a lens with which to see and analyze photographs as enthymematic arguments.
of the image of child enacting as Lord Shiva, is a 'blind field' (Barthes 1981a:57) that brings out the clicked image that permits us to see 'the fantasy of praxis' (Barthes 1981a:59), 'the degree of openness' (Barthes 1981a:58) reflecting the 'Kairos of desire' (Barthes 1981a:59) in the performance of brutal corporeal enactment.
The clinical signs of primary canaliculitis include a 'pouting' punctum
, eyelid edema and erythema, mucopurulent discharge from the punctum
when pressure is applied, and in some cases yellow dacryoliths called 'sulfur granules' in the punctum
Anna's photographs do indeed possess a punctum
that pierces Max.
The image, long submerged under the surface of Yuh's unconsciousness, suddenly emerged from his consciousness and is the punctum
(1995) reported good occlusion results when n-butylcyanoacrylate was used on the lacrimal punctum
and nasolacrimal duct of humans, respectively; however, no information was provided on local tissue damage.
Both upper and lower punctum
were dilated and 20 gauge vitrectomy light was passed through the upper punctum
into the lacrimal sac.
For Bourdieu and his team of researchers, this sense of punctum
would probably seem an illusion, the promise of a personal release he could have predicted had you simply filled out a detailed enough survey.
According to the fistulogram, the right tract was continuous with the oropharyngeal area and the left punctum
showed pooling of contrast material in the cervical area (figure 2).
Examination showed a soft non tender multinodular skin coloured lesion of 1.25 x1 cm dimension on the medial aspect of the right lower eyelid extending on to the conjunctival side without any involvement of the lower fornix or the lacrimal punctum
. Visual acuity was 6/6, N6.