conjunctivorhinostomy

con·junc·ti·vo·rhi·nos·to·my

(kon'jŭnk-tī'vō-rī-nos'tō-mē),
1. A surgical procedure to construct a passageway through the conjunctiva into the nasal cavity.
2. The opening so produced.
[conjunctiva + G. ris (rhin), nose, + stoma, mouth]

conjunctivorhinostomy

a surgical technique for the treatment of obstruction of the lacrimal duct in which a new drainage track is created from the conjunctiva to the maxillary sinus or nasal cavity.