dacryocystography

dacryocystography

(dăk″rē-ō-sĭs-tŏg′ră-fē) [″ + ″ + graphein, to write]
Radiographic examination of the nasolacrimal drainage system after introduction of a contrast agent.

dacryocystography

X-ray examination of the lacrimal drainage system using a radio-opaque fluid to delineate the interior.

Dacryocystography

An x ray of the tear duct after injection of a dye that is used to help locate a blockage in the duct.
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The workup included dacryocystography, an ophthalmologic consultation, and three-dimensional computed tomography (CT).
The foreign body was detected on dacryocystography and removed during dacryocystorhinostomy.
Dacryocystography (figure 1) and computed tomographic dacryocystography (CT-DCG) (figure 2) showed a complete obstruction at the junction of the common canaliculus and the lacrimal sac.
Technicalnote: Computed tomographic dacryocystography.