Aspergillus Mycetoma Causing Epiphora and Ipsilateral Facial Pain

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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.

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