Primary CDCR with Jones Tube with Endonasal Approach

The procedure consists of two steps: endonasal da-cryocystorhinostomy and tube placement.

The sac is incised with a sickle knife and opened and the medial wall of the sac is removed or the mucosal flap of the lacrimal sac can sometimes be placed posteriorly to keep the sac widely opened.

Ear Drum Has Yellow Discharge

Fig. 12.4. Dacryocystorhinostomy is carried out as an initial concha (right) prevents postoperative complications. b The bone part of the procedure. It can be performed from the endonasal is removed with the help of drill (shown), chisel, or laser or external approach. a Removal of anterior portion of middle

Fig. 12.4. Dacryocystorhinostomy is carried out as an initial concha (right) prevents postoperative complications. b The bone part of the procedure. It can be performed from the endonasal is removed with the help of drill (shown), chisel, or laser or external approach. a Removal of anterior portion of middle

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