FDDTField Durability Developmental Test
FDDTFrame-Level Packet Discard with Dynamic Threshold
FDDTFull-Duplex Data Transmission
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The FDDT findings were interpreted based on the residual amount of fluorescein dye at 5 minutes after instillation and were scored from 0 (complete clearance) to 4+ (no or little clearance).
The criteria for the diagnosis of FNLDO were as follows: (1) bilateral epiphora with a high tear meniscus, (2) positive FDDT findings, (3) adequate passage without reflux or resistance in the lacrimal irrigation test, and (4) absence of focal stenosis or narrowing of the lacrimal drainage system on DCG.
(1,2,3,4,5,6,19,20,21,28,29,30) The most preferred clinical tests according to Conway's survey are nasolacrimal irrigation, primary and secondary dye test (Jones 1 and 2 tests) and fluorescein dye disappearance test (FDDT).