Meghan Mary O'Connor

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Nasolacrimal duct (NLD) obstruction is the most common cause of persistent tearing in a child younger than 1 year. Other possible causes include congenital eyelid abnormalities, chemical irritation, trauma, occult foreign body, congenital or early-onset glaucoma, and conjunctivitis. • In addition to NLD obstruction signs, dacryocystoceles also present with(More)
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