Epistaxis

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Anterior Epistaxis Treatment

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Procedure for treating anterior epistaxis performed by Dr. Ben Chack of St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, USA. Dr. Chack is a partner of Bucks ENT Associates.

Posterior Epistaxis Treatment

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Procedure for aborting posterior epistaxis performed by Dr. Ben Chack of St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, USA. Dr. Chack is a partner of Bucks ENT Associates.

Epistaxis

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Video presents a patient with a severe nosebleed despite nasal packing. Intranasal endoscopic clipping of sphenopalatine arteries was performed.

Severe Epistaxis - Case Study (7 of 8)

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Epistaxis can be treated by either surgical means (eg, cautery, vascular ligation) or endovascular embolotherapy. Internal carotid arteriograms are obtained to exclude aneurysms. Then, the external...

Severe Epistaxis - Case Study (6 of 8)

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Those images and video clips are final status of absolute alcohol ablation.

Severe Epistaxis - Case Study (5 of 8)

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Approximately 90% of nosebleeds can be visualized in the anterior portion of the nasal cavity. Massive epistaxis may be confused with hemoptysis or hematemesis. Blood dripping from the posterior nasopharynx...

Severe Epistaxis - Case Study (4 of 8)

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The image and the video clips display the second injection of absolute alcohol Epistaxis is one of the most frequent emergencies in Otorhinolaryngology and occurs in other disciplines. Epistaxis...

Severe Epistaxis - Case Study (3 of 8)

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In rare cases, this condition may lead to massive bleeding and even death. Although epistaxis can have an anterior or posterior source, it most often originates in the anterior nasal cavity.

Severe Epistaxis - Case Study (2 of 8)

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Injection of absolute alcohol was injected into the lesion.

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