|Authors||Kauh CY, Gentry LR, Hartig GK, Lucarelli MJ|
|Journal||Ophthal Plast Reconstr Surg|
|Publish Date||2016 Apr 4|
Tearing is a frequently encountered chief complaint in an ophthalmologist’s office. Certain associated atypical symptoms may warrant further workup. The authors present a case of a patient presenting with painful tearing which elicited further evaluation with CT imaging. This revealed a maxillary sinus fungus ball as the cause for the patient’s tearing.