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Figure 2: (a) Immediate dynamic images of dacryoscintigraphy reveal drainage of tracer into the proximal nasolacrimal duct on the right side (bold black arrow). Partial drainage of tracer from the left eye into inferior meatus of the nose is noted (black arrow), (b and c) Dacryoscintigraphy images acquired postblowing of nose reveal flow of tracer from the right eye into inferior meatus of nose (bold black arrow). Persistent partial tracer stasis noted in the region of medial canthus of the left eye (black arrow)

Figure 2: (a) Immediate dynamic images of dacryoscintigraphy reveal drainage of tracer into the proximal nasolacrimal duct on the right side (bold black arrow). Partial drainage of tracer from the left eye into inferior meatus of the nose is noted (black arrow), (b and c) Dacryoscintigraphy images acquired postblowing of nose reveal flow of tracer from the right eye into inferior meatus of nose (bold black arrow). Persistent partial tracer stasis noted in the region of medial canthus of the left eye (black arrow)