A Case of Idiopathic Bilateral Hemolacria in an 11-Year-Old Girl
An 11-year-old healthy girl was noted to have intermittent, spontaneous, and bilateral hemolacria of 14 months’ duration. Examination and workup failed to identify an organic or psychogenic cause. The patient was expectantly managed with eventual spontaneous resolution. This report draws attention to this unusual and often concerning clinical entity. The case report is in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.