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  1. bb100

    bb100 Bronze Member

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    What is this pathologic condition?

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    a visibly inflamed, cystic mass blo the rt. medial canthus of the eye.

    Diagnosis: an infected congenital dacrocystocele.

    It will be dangerous to probe this b4 antibiotics r instituted and the inflammation has subsided...can lead to cellulitis or scarring of the lacrimal system.
     

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    dacryocystocele
     

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    inflammation of the lacrimal sac
     

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    Correct diagnosis :
    Congenital dacryocystocele
     

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