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This video demonstrates dacryoendoscopy. A very fine gauge endoscope (0.8 – 1.1mm) is passed down the canaliculus to visualise the nasolacrimal drainage system. The video shows the procedure being used in a range of patients to demonstrate the normal appearance as well as pathological findings such as canalicular and nasolacrimal obstructions, mucus in the lacrimal sac and lacrimal sac dacryoliths.


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