By Akshay G. Nair, MD; Kshitij Shah, MD; Renuka A. Bradoo, MD; Chayya A. Shinde, MBBS, MS; Nayana A. Potdar, MBBS, MS
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    Lacrimal Disorders, Oculoplastics, Oculoplastics/Orbit, Pediatric Ophth/Strabismus

    In this surgical video, Dr. Akshay Nair and colleagues present a case of dacryocele in an infant with congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction (CNLDO). This condition may develop due to obstruction of the canaliculus and often presents at birth as bluish swelling above the medial canthus. Urgent intervention is essential and requires endoscopic marsupialization of the intranasal cyst.

    Relevant Financial Disclosures: The patient’s guardian provided consent for this video.