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Dacryocystitis
Tuesday, 07 April 2009 20:59

 

What is Dacryocystitis? What is the treatment for Dacryocystitis?

 

Dacryocystitis is the inflammation and/or infection of the lacrimal sac. Patients will often experience severe tenderness and pain on the side of one’s nose. Treatment involves oral antibiotics and hot compresses.

 

Treatment

Hot compresses

Oral Antibiotics

 

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