Corynebacterium kroppenstedtii as a pathogen of a Jones tube infection following conjunctivo-dacryocystorhinostomy

Aric Vaidya , Tushar Sarbajna , Hirohiko Kakizaki & Yasuhiro Takahashi

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Are systemic antibiotics required during and after dacryocystitis-related dacryocystorhinostomy?

Edward J. Wladis , Hirah Khan & Valerie H. Chen

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Punctal dilatation and non-incisional canalicular curettage in the management of infectious canaliculitis

Nandini Bothra , Abhimanyu Sharma , Oshin Bansal & Mohammad Javed Ali

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Comparison of a manometric tear duct irrigation test with dacryoscintigraphy in the investigation of epiphora

Zuzana Sipkova , Ebube E. Obi , Oyinka Olurin , Peter M. Mota , Oana Vonica & Andrew R. Pearson

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Shifting to very early endoscopic DCR in acute suppurative dacryocystitis

Farzad Pakdel, Mohammad Soleimani, Abolfazl Kasaei, Kambiz Ameli, Niloofar Pirmarzdashti, Ali Sadeghi Tari, Mehrbod Ghasempour & Ali Banafsheafshan 

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Purpose

We aimed to show the outcome of very early endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy (VE-EDCR) in a routine pool of patients with acute dacryocystitis (AD) and abscess formation compared with the standard late external dacryocystorhinostomy L-ExDCR.

Methods

This was a prospective nonrandomized comparative study conducted from June 2013 to March 2016. Patients with AD and abscess formation were referred to our oculo-facial clinic in a university-based hospital. All patients received systemic antibiotics and were assigned to either of treatment groups. Patients in group 1 underwent late external transcutaneous DCR (L-ExDCR) and group 2 underwent EDCR within 3 days after first visit, named VE-EDCR. Primary outcome measure was success of surgery.

Results

Forty-one eyes of 41 patients with acute suppurative AD, were included from June 2013 to March 2016. Twenty-two patients underwent VE-EDCR and 19 underwent L-ExDCR. Mean age of patients was 43.41 (SD = 19.84, range 14–98) years. Mean follow-up was 14 (SD = 2.4) months. Anatomic, functional, and overall success in L-ExDCR and VE-EDCR groups were (89.5 and 86.4%, p = 0.99) (89.5% and 86.4%, p = 0.99) (89.5% and 81.8%, p = 0.66) respectively. Mean duration of cellulitis in VE-EDCR and L-ExDCR were 8.00 (SD = 4.63) and 16.11 (SD = 11.58) days, respectively (p = 0.027). No remarkable adverse event was found.

Conclusions

Success of very early endonasal endoscopic DCR is comparable with the traditional late external DCR. Duration of cellulitis is shorter in VE-EDCR. This therapeutic approach can be considered in patients with acute suppurative dacryocystitis.

 

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41433-019-0734-2

 

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No impact of nasal septoplasty on the outcome of endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy

Tal Koval, Ofira Zloto, Arkadi Yakirevitch, Guy J. Ben Simon, Joseph Ben-Shoshan, Elad Ben Artsi, Alon Weissman & Ayelet Priel

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Endoscopic dacryocystorhinostomy with and without mucosal flap—is there any difference?

Ofira Zloto, Tal Koval, Arkadi Yakirevich, Guy J Ben Simon, Alon Weissman, Elad Ben Artsi, Joseph Ben Shoshan & Ayelet Priel

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External dacryocystorhinostomy in patients with granulomatous polyangiitis

Christopher M. Stewart & Geoffrey E. Rose

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Congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction continues trend for spontaneous resolution beyond first year of life

Tomomichi Nakayama, Akihide Watanabe, Saul Rajak, Yukito Yamanaka, Chie Sotozono

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