An infant presented with left inner canthus swelling
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Left inner canthus small well defined thin walled cyst. It's anteromedial to the left globe. No underlying bone erosive changes. Clear surrounding fat planes.
Bilateral maxillary & ethmoid sinusitis.
Dacryocystocele commonly manifest as a tense, blue-gray mass at the medial canthus or in the nasal cavity. Dacryocystoceles can cause:
- nasal obstruction
- become infected ( postnatal infection of an intact dacryocystocele is known asdacryocystitis )
- spontaneously rupture so that their contents drain into the nose.