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Internal ostium fibrosis post DCR & O’Donoghue tube stenting

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30 Sep, 2015 uploaded   /    729 views

This patient had an initially successful endoscopic DCR, but developed recurrent symptoms. The video demonstrates  large and well-formed external ostium, but an internal ostium that has become occluded by a fibrotic membrane. The occlusion is carefully overcome and O’Donoghue tubes place to try to maintain patency.


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