Atlas of Neonatal nasolacrimal duct obstruction, Acute dacryocystitis, Congenital glaucoma with epiphora, atlas in medical, tuyenlab.net, Neonatal nasolacrimal duct obstruction
|FIGURE 1. Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction with an increased tear|
film and no evidence of infection (conjunctival injection, purulent
|FIGURE 2. Dacryocystitis with probable dacryocystocele. There is|
erythema of skin, fullness to lower lid and an increased tear film.
|FIGURE 4. Acute dacryocystitis. Note the erythema of the skin that is|
not localized, tearing and mucopurulent debris.
|FIGURE 5. Bilateral dacryocystoceles demonstrating blueish discoloration of the skin at the medial canthus, as well as cystic swelling of|
the nasal aspect to both lower lids.
|FIGURE 6. Intranasal cyst found with a dacryocystocele using|
|FIGURE 7. Congenital epiblepharon typi ed by in-turned upper and|
lower lid lashes, with corneal and conjunctival touch. Photograph taken
during slit-lamp exam
|FIGURE 8. Congenital glaucoma with epiphora. Note the asymmetrically enlarged corneas, epiphora, and absence of corneal edema.|
|FIGURE 9. Congenital Glaucoma with epiphora and photophobia.|
Note the head down posture, epiphora and enlarged corneas with
fluorescein staining of tears.
|FIGURE 10. Peter’s Anomaly showing opaci cation of the cornea.|
This may be associated with glaucoma.
|FIGURE 12. Sterile corneal ulcer in Familial Dysautonomia with a|
central epithelial defect and raised edges.
|FIGURE 13. Corneal abrasion stained with uorescein and illuminated|
with a Wood’s lamp (ultraviolet light).
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