FP1691 : Outcome of Monocanalicular Mini – Monoka Stent in Traumatic Canalicular Lacerations

Dr. Amit Raj, R12161, Dr. Meenakshi Sindhu, Dr. Ravi Kant Bamotra, Dr.Sudesh Kumar Arya

Canalicular lacerations are breaks(interruptions) in normal tear drainage system involving medial part of eyelid. Eyelid injuries occur commonly as a result of blunt or sharp peri-ocular injuries and may involve canalicular lacerations especially when medial canthal region is affected.

FP1716 : Outcomes of canaliculotomy for management of chronic canaliculitis

Dr. Nisar Sonam Poonam Dr. M Shahid Alam, Dr.Kirthi Koka

Canaliculitis is a rare infection of the canaliculus, which accounts for 2% of all lacrimal diseases1. It is often misdiagnosed as chronic conjunctivitis, dacryocystitis, chronic blepharitis,chalazion despite classic clinical findings like inflamed medial canthus, pouting puncta, mucopurulent discharge or concretions on expression from the canaliclus. Therefore, it has a longer and a chronic course2.