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  • Pediatric Canaliculitis: A Case Report [Journal Article]
    Turk J Ophthalmol 2019; 49(2):102-105Eraslan Yusufoğlu E, Güngör Kobat S
  • Canaliculitis is a rare disease that relapses when not properly diagnosed and treated. It usually occurs in middle-age and advanced age. It is extremely rare in children and infants. A healthy 12-year-old girl presented with lower eyelid swelling and watery discharge in her right eye. During the last 2 years, the patient had been examined several times for the same complaints but there was no imp…
  • Outcomes of canaliculotomy in recalcitrant canaliculitis. [Journal Article]
    Saudi J Ophthalmol 2019 Jan-Mar; 33(1):46-51Alam MS, Poonam NS, Mukherjee B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Canaliculotomy is a safe and effective method for management of recalcitrant canaliculitis with a success rate of 85%. Presence of concretions was associated with higher risk of recurrence in our study.
  • [Punctal and canalicular plugs: Indications, efficacy and safety (French translation of the article)]. [Review]
    J Fr Ophtalmol 2019; 42(4):404-414Best AL, Labetoulle M, … Rousseau A
  • Lacrimal occlusion with punctal or canalicular plugs have been used to treat dry eye disease for more than 40 years. Indeed, punctal plugs constitute a safe and effective tool to retain the natural tear film and prolong the effect of tear substitutes. A wide variety of plugs is available, differing in their design, location (punctal versus canalicular) and their resorbability. There indications h…
  • Punctal and canalicular plugs: Indications, efficacy and safety. [Review]
    J Fr Ophtalmol 2019; 42(3):e95-e104Best AL, Labetoulle M, … Rousseau A
  • Lacrimal occlusion with punctal or canalicular plugs have been used to treat dry eye disease for more than 40 years. Indeed, punctal plugs constitute a safe and effective tool to retain the natural tear film and prolong the effect of tear substitutes. A wide variety of plugs is available, differing in their design, location (punctal versus canalicular) and their resorbability. There indications h…
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