Although nasolacrimal duct obstruction is a congenital condition that occurs in about 20 percent of newborns, the condition often resolves spontaneously. Nevertheless, ophthalmologists have learned much about the natural course of the obstruction and about its management. This edition of Focal Points
documents the conditions under which appropriate surgical intervention may be considered in children.
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