Tear drains around the eye. There are two in the upper lid and two in the lower lid.
the opening of either the upper or the lower lacrimal duct at the inner canthus of the eye
a hole on our eye lid margin toward our nose from where our tears drain
The hole through which the tears pass into the canaliculi.
opening to tear duct
Small drainage opening at the inside corner of each eyelid. Where tears normally drain away.
The hole in the upper and lower eyelids through which tears exit the eye. In patients with dry eyes, temporary or permanent plugs may be inserted to help keep tears in the eye. Tears flow through the punctum to the nose, which is why people often experience a runny nose when crying.