Can you have a tear gland removed

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You probably would not want to because the protective system of glands and ducts (called tear ducts) keeps your eyes from drying out. There is no surgery to remove them in humans but dogs can have them removed to reduce tear volume. ChaCha! [ Source: ]
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Can you have a tear gland removed
You probably would not want to because the protective system of glands and ducts (called tear ducts) keeps your eyes from drying out. There is no surgery to remove them in humans but dogs can have them removed to reduce tear volume. ChaCha!
Can the tear gland in the eye be removed and how??
I doubt this would ever be done but it certainly not be done unless by a doctor.

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