Dacryocystorhinostomy

What is Dacryocystorhinostomy?

An operation providing an anastomosis between the lacrimal sac and the nasal mucosa through an opening in the lacrimal bone.

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My father-in-law, 64 years old, has been diagnosed with a blockage in tear gland in the left eye, due to which his eyes water unconditionally...

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The definitive treatment is by surgery.

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I have had for over a year a greenish light yellow discharge from the extreme corners of both eyes. It does not hurt but cosmetically it looks...

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It is inflammation of lacrimal sac called as dacryocystitis.

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I have plugged eye oil ducts. Have been on anti biotic for two months, heat compresses 2 x daily and Lotemaz drops for two months no change. Now...

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Nothing to be concerned...

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