There is no study in world literature comparing the subciliaryexternal dacryocystorhinotomy (DCR)with conventional Ext. DCR.This study compared the cosmetic and functional outcomes of subciliary incision Ext. DCR with conventional Ext. DCR.
FP1687 : Retrograde Or Antegrade? a Study To Identify the Main Route of Infection in Chronic Dacrysocystitis
Dr. Jayanta Kumar Das, D07473, Dr. (Mrs ) Kasturi Bhattacharjee
To identify the most common route of infection in cases of chronic Dacrysocystitis.
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.
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.
Dr. Shruti Mahajan, M12806, Dr. Rohit Om Parkash, Dr. Ajay Khanna, Dr. Trupti Mudholkar
To compare and evaluate the applicability of Keratograph corneal topographer for the diagnosis of dry eye with conventional methods.
FP290 : Role of Mitomycin C As Adjunct Therapy for 3-Snip Punctoplasty in Correcting Punctal Stenosis
Dr. DeepakChoudhury, Dr. Jagdish Prasad Rout, Dr. PramodKumar Sharma, Dr. Kanhei Charan Tudu, Dr.Sharmistha Behera
Stenosis of lacrimal punctum has numerous causes, including infection with herpes simplex, herpes zoster, chlamydia, actinomyces & HPV.
Dr. Narayan S Alane, A18879, Dr. Namra A. Shah, Dr. Shreya Shah, Dr.Pooja Kalbande
Canalicular lacerations are a common injury of the canalicular system. The key step during surgery for the treatment of canalicular laceration is to identify the site of trauma to the canaliculi.
Dr. Akshay Nair, N12639, Dr. Vandana Jain, Dr. Chhaya A Shinde,Dr.(Mrs) Potdar Nayana Anil
To study outcomes of Botulinum Toxin A (BonTA) injections into the Lacrimal Gland (LG) in cases of epiphora and hyper-lacrimation.
Dr. S Anand Prada, S19222, Dr. Narendra Patidar, Dr. Rahul Maheshwari
Prospective interventional institutional study of 80 punctae of 40 asymptomatic adults. AS OCT of lower punctum and vertical canaliculus was done to record shape, content, angle of medial and lateral wall of punctum, maximal outer and inner punctal diameter and depth.
Dr. Akshay Kothari, K17272, Dr. Somnath Mukhopadhyay, Dr. Anirban Chakrabarti
To compare the outcomes of external DCR in children between 6 – 12 years of age without intubation (A), with Jones tube intubation (B) or with Silicone tube intubation (C).