dacryostenosis

<ophthalmology> A blocked nasolacrimal duct which normally carries tears from the eyes to the nose. ... Commonly seen in infants, but usually resolves spontaneously by age 2-3. In adults blockage can occur from chronic sinusitis or trauma. A gentle massage of the lacrimal gland 2-3 times a day for several months may reopen the tear duct. ... ...
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dacryostenosis

(dak″re-o-stә-no┬┤sis) stricture or narrowing of a lacrimal duct.
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dacryostenosis

dacryostenosis 1. Obstruction of the lacrimal drainage system. 2. A stricture or narrowing of a lacrimal duct.
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dacryostenosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: dak′rē-ō-ste-nō′sis Definitions: 1. Stricture of the lacrimal duct.
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