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Anatomy: Neck-Face
Joseph Junewick, MD FACR
Diagnostic Category: Genetic or Congenital
Created: over 11 years ago
Updated: over 11 years ago
Tags: PEDS
Modality/Study Types: US
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Newborn with bluish medial canthus mass.

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US – Hypovascular complex cystic mass medial to the right oculus.


Congenital dacrocystocele is related to imperforate valve of Hasner leading to obstruction and dilation of the lacrimal apparatus. Persistent obstruction can lead to nasal mass (inferior to the inferior nasal turbinate), epiphoria and/or periorbital cellulitis. Dacrocystoceles usually resolve spontaneously during the first 6 months of life but may require massage or gentle probing to relieve the obstruction.


Sepulveda M et al. Congenital Dacrocystocele. J Ultrasound Med 2005; 24:225-230.

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