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*  Cauterization
"3.08 Epistaxis (Nosebleed)". ncemi.org. College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba. Neonatal Circumcision. Winnipeg: ...
*  Septoplasty
It is sometimes done as well to cure recurrent nosebleed (epistaxis) due to septal spur. Septoplasty should not be done in ...
*  Wilhelm Kiesselbach
Epistaxis). Zur Histologie der Ohrpolypen (Histology of ear polyps). Über Beziehungen zwischen Acusticus und Trigeminus ( ...
*  Nosebleed
Spontaneous epistaxis is more common in the elderly as the nasal mucosa (lining) becomes dry and thin and blood pressure tends ... J. F. Lubianca Neto; F. D. Fuchs; S. R. Facco; M. Gus; L. Fasolo; R. Mafessoni; A. L. Gleissner (1999). "Is epistaxis evidence ... A nosebleed, also known as epistaxis, is the common occurrence of bleeding from the nose. It is usually noticed when the blood ... The local application of a vasoconstrictive agent has been shown to reduce the bleeding time in benign cases of epistaxis. The ...
*  Exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage
As only one in ten cases of EIPH have epistaxis (bleeding from the nostrils), and as epistaxis can have causes other than EIPH ... In the majority of epistaxis cases, the blood originates from the lung. Epistaxis during or following exercise can less ... Epistaxis (blood coming from one or both nostrils) is much less common, occurring in 0.25-13% of cases. In a survey of over ... Severe EIPH (epistaxis) shortens a horse's racing career. Moderate to severe EIPH is associated with a worsened finishing ...
*  Antral lavage
Bleeding disorders: May lead to epistaxis. Fracture of maxilla: Antral Lavage may result in escape of the fluid through ...
*  Hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia
Sutton HG (1864). "Epistaxis as an indication of impaired nutrition, and of degeneration of the vascular system". Med. Mirror: ... Hop.: 1322-3. Osler W (1901). "On a family form of recurring epistaxis, associated with multiple telangiectases of the skin and ... The most common problem is nosebleeds (epistaxis), which happen frequently from childhood and affect about 90-95% of people ... Geisthoff UW, Fiorella ML, Fiorella R (2006). "Treatment of recurrent epistaxis in HHT". Curr. Pharm. Des. 12 (10): 1237-42. ...
*  Leech
Chow, CK; Wong, SS; Ho, AC; Lau, SK (2005). "Unilateral epistaxis after swimming in a stream". Hong Kong Medical Journal. 11 (2 ...
*  Aerosinusitis
Epistaxis or serosanguineous secretion from the nose may occur. Neurological symptoms may affect the adjacent fifth cranial ... Pressure inside the sinus increases, affecting the walls of the sinus and producing pain or epistaxis. Weissman defined three ... epistaxis or subsequent sinusitis may be observed. The majority of episodes of sinus barotrauma occur in the frontal sinuses ...
*  Woodruff's plexus
Anterior epistaxis is due to Kiesselbach's plexus and posterior epistaxis is due to Woodruff's plexus. A posterior source ... Posterior epistaxis occur primarily in old adult. Only about 5-10% of bleeding which occurs is from woodruffs area from the ... Foley's catheter of size 12-14F can also be used to prevent posterior epistaxis. After insertion balloon is inflated with 5-10 ... CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link) www.medicalgrapevineasia.com/mg/2014/06/10/getting-to-the-flow-of-epistaxis/. ...
*  Glycogen storage disease type I
It may cause clinically significant bleeding, especially epistaxis. Developmental delay is a potential secondary effect of ...
*  Octyl cyanoacrylate
Singer, A. J.; McClain, S. A.; Katz, A. (2004). "A porcine epistaxis model: hemostatic effects of octylcyanoacrylate". ...
*  Foley catheter
They are also used in cases of severe epistaxis (nosebleed) to block blood from freely flowing down the nasal passage into the ... Holland, NJ; Sandhu, GS; Ghufoor, K; Frosh, A (Jan-Feb 2001). "The Foley catheter in the management of epistaxis". ...
*  Oxymetazoline
Krempl, G. A.; Noorily, A. D. (1995). "Use of oxymetazoline in the management of epistaxis". The Annals of Otology, Rhinology, ... and oxymetazoline for prevention of epistaxis on nasotracheal intubation". Journal of Clinical Anesthesia. 2 (1): 16-20. doi: ...
*  Rhinolith
Epistaxis and pain may occur due to the ulceration of surrounding mucosa. They are removed under general anaesthesia . Most can ... Rhinoliths can cause nasal obstruction, epistaxis, headache, sinusitis and epiphora. They can be diagnosed from the history ...
*  Barotrauma
This can result in pain as well as epistaxis (nosebleed). If a diver's mask is not equalized during descent the relative ...
*  Nasopharyngeal angiofibroma
Frequent chronic epistaxis or blood-tinged nasal discharge Nasal obstruction and rhinorrhea Facial dysmorphism (when locally ... Removal is important in preventing nasal obstruction and recurrent epistaxis. Mortality is not associated with nasopharyngeal ...
*  Racehorse injuries
Epistaxis is EIPH characterized by blood appearing at the nostrils. Epistaxis is observed in approximately 5% of horses with ...
*  Kiesselbach's plexus
A hitherto undescribed lesion as a cause of epistaxis, with 4 cases, Hosp. Gaz., 6:5, March-Dec. 1879. Epistaxis - utmb.edu ... Ninety percent of nose bleeds (epistaxis) occur in Little's area, as it is exposed to the drying effect of inspiratory currents ... Doyle, DE (Mar 1986). "Anterior epistaxis: a new nasal tampon for fast, effective control". The Laryngoscope. 96 (3): 279-81. ... Nasal Anatomy at eMedicine Analysis of Epistaxis in Pregnancy, Little, J. L.: ...
*  Moraxella catarrhalis
"Characterization of a Moraxella species that causes epistaxis in macaques". Veterinary Microbiology. 147 (3-4): 367-375. doi: ...
*  Tranexamic acid
... has been shown to reduce frequency of epistaxis in patients suffering severe and frequent nosebleed episodes ... "Intranasal tranexamic acid treatment for severe epistaxis in hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia". Archives of Internal ...
*  Spondweni fever
It is characterized by a fever, chills, nausea, headaches, malaise and epistaxis. Transmitted by mosquitoes[citation needed], ...
*  Hypoprothrombinemia
Epistaxis - Acute hemorrhages from areas of the nasal cavity, nostrils, or nasopharynx. Women with this deficiency experience ... Recent study illustrated a patient with 2 weeks of continuous bleeding, with presence of epistaxis, melena, hematuria, and ...
*  Nasoendoscopy
Makarawo T. P., Howe D., Chan S. K. (2011.) "Is routine nasoendoscopy warranted in epistaxis patients after removal of nasal ... After removal of nasal packing following epistaxis, routine nasoendoscopy is not necessarily indicated. However, widely ...
*  Henri Jules Louis Marie Rendu
two volumes, Paris, (1890). Epistaxis répétés chez un sujet porteur de petits angiomes cutanés et muqueux, (1896). Henri Jules ...