Follow-up of patients with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia in the nose, with special reference to septal dermoplasty.


Seventeen patients treated for recurrent epistaxis due to Osler's disease in the nose were followed up 6 months - 19 years after treatment. A written questionnaire was answered by 13 of the 14 patients surviving at follow-up. They had undergone either septal dermoplasty, or irradiation with 1200--1400 rad on both sides of the nose, or both kinds of… (More)


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