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Epistaxis

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A child with unilateral nasal obstructin along with a mass in cheek and profuse and recurrent epistaxis:



A Glomus tumor

B Antrochoanal polyp

C Juvenile nasal angiofibroma

D Rhinolith

Ans. C Juvenile nasal angiofibroma Ref. Dhingra 6th/ed p 246

A child presenting with unilateral nasal obstruction along with mass in cheek and profuse and recurrent epistaxis should immediately raise the suspicion for Juvenile angiofibroma, details of which are dealt in chapter on 'Tumors of pharynx:

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