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What is Dacryocystitis?


Excessive watering, tears running down the cheek, mucus production, and crusting of the eyelids are all signs of a tear duct obstruction. Dacryocystitis (infection and swelling of the lacrimal sac): Painful swelling and redness around the corner of the eyelid/nose junction. This illness has the potential to spread to the eyelids and possibly the face if left untreated.


Topical and systemic antibiotics are used to treat acute dacryocystitis. Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR): The most frequently performed surgical approach for an obstructed tear duct. In this surgery, we create a new site for the drainage of the tears directly from the lacrimal sac into the nose and thus bypassing the obstruction. A small incision is made in the skin at side of the nose (external DCR) or inside the nose (endoscopic DCR).

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