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nasolacrimal

 [na″zo-lak´rĭ-mal]
pertaining to the nose and lacrimal apparatus.
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na·so·lac·ri·mal

(nā'zō-lak'ri-măl),
Relating to the nasal and lacrimal bones, or to the nasal cavity and lacrimal ducts.
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na·so·lac·ri·mal

(nā'zō-lak'ri-măl)
Relating to the nasal and the lacrimal bones, or to the nasal cavity and the lacrimal ducts.
Synonym(s): nasolachrymal.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

na·so·lac·ri·mal

(nā'zō-lak'ri-măl)
Relating to nasal and lacrimal bones, or to nasal cavity and lacrimal ducts.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
Baek, "Aquaporin expression in the lacrimal sac of patients with primary and functional nasolacrimal duct obstruction," British Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
Nasolacrimal duct obstruction--Also referred to as dacryostenosis.
* Outflow dysfunction (obstructive) due to nasolacrimal duct, punctal, or rarely, canalicular stenosis
Furthermore overzealous removal of the bone anterior to the natural ostium may result in injury nasolacrimal duct or more superior extension accounts for a high rate of orbital complications.
In this study, we aimed to assess the etiologies of proximal nasolacrimal system obstruction and compare the results of conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy (CDCR) and/or conjunctivorhinostomy (CR) performed by two different tear drainage tubes, thereby assessing the relative advantages and disadvantages of each tear drainage tube, postoperative problems, and solutions thereof.
KEY WORDS:Epiphora, Dacryocystitis, Nasolacrimal duct, Endoscopic, Endonasal, Dacryocystorhinostomy.
No inferior turbinate involvement or nasolacrimal duct extension was present.
Exematous keratoconjunctivitis was found in 17 patients (22.08%), 19 (24.67%) having chronic allergic rhinitis with transient nasolacrimal duct obstruction due to allergic edema.
Nasolacrimal duct obstruction (NLDO) is the most common lacrimal abnormality in infants and children, occurring in 2% to 30% of newborns, most commonly secondary to incomplete canalization of the distal nasolacrimal duct, specifically the valve of Hasner.
Under the new procedure, one drop each of Cyclopentolate and Phenylephrine is instilled into both eyes of the baby and pressure is applied to the tear duct for one minute following instillation, minimising absorption of the medication through the nasolacrimal system.