At the innermost corner of the eye, nearest the nose, are the tear ducts, or a series of tiny organs known collectively as the lacryminal apparatus. When we have a cold, the flu, or an attack of hay fever, we are likely to think there is no way to stop this part of the eye from secreting tears but a blockage of this system does happen and it can become very painful indeed. Each of the...
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