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A 47-year-old male presented with left sided facial cellulitis of one-week duration associated with a painful mass over the left medial canthal area. On examination, there was a firm, tender mass below the medial canthal tendon. Computed tomography scan revealed a bulky, cystic lesion at the left inferomedial orbit and medial maxilla with bony remodeling suggestive of a chronic dacryocele. The patient underwent marsupialization of the dacryocele at the inferior meatus with silicone tubedoi:10.3126/gmj.v1i1.22412 fatcat:26igdhsufjfjxbphy4226l3uge