Lacrimal Excretory System

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Fig. 9.3. A 46-year-old patient with large glabellar laceration, an avulsed laceration of the upper and lower eyelids, and extensive laceration of the distal canaliculi and common canalicular structures. Establishment of the integrity of the globe is the primary responsibility of the surgeon prior to reconstructing the eyelids and the lacrimal system

Fig. 9.3. A 46-year-old patient with large glabellar laceration, an avulsed laceration of the upper and lower eyelids, and extensive laceration of the distal canaliculi and common canalicular structures. Establishment of the integrity of the globe is the primary responsibility of the surgeon prior to reconstructing the eyelids and the lacrimal system

Fig. 9.4. The patient is seen 3 month post-repair. The eyelid and canthus are in good position and the silastic tube will remain for 2 more months. Further glabellar surgery is planned including thinning and repositioning of the flap

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