Endoscopic Marsupialization of Adult Nasolacrimal Sac Mucocele: Reports of Two Cases
Background: Adult nasolacrimal sac mucocele, dacryocystocele, is a rare complication of chronic dacryocysitis.
Study design and methods: Case report
Case presentation: We report two adult cases in which epiphora and a bluish cystic mass was located inferior to medial canthus. Nasolacrimal sac mucocele in both cases was successfully cured by endoscopic marsupialization.
Conclusions: The successful outcomes were obtained by endoscopic marsupialization of the nasolacrimal sac mucocele.