Effectiveness of pediatric Crawford tube implants when endoscopically assisted by ENT surgeons

Epiphora in pediatrics is commonly treated with silicone nasolacrimal stents. The most common treatment duration is 3 months, but tubes are often unintentionally removed earlier and are still effective. There is no consensus on how long tubes need to be in situ and what factors influence treatment success.
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