Sunday, July 8, 2018

dacryocystitis -

Dacryocystitis is a teardrop inflammation often found in dogs and cats. The first symptoms begin with swelling or bloating in the inner corner of the eye area.

If the area is pressed with a finger, its contents will come out in tandem with tears. The outflow may be liquid with mucus or pus, depending on the duration of inflammation. The skin near the swelling area will turn shiny and red. Dacryocystitis often arises suddenly, and lasts chronic.