Epistaxis

Nose bleed.

Epistaxis

Nose bleed

epistaxis

(ep″ĭ-stak´sis) hemorrhage from the nose, usually due to rupture of small vessels that are over the anterior part of the cartilaginous nasal septum. Minor bleeding may be caused by a blow on the nose, irritation from a foreign body, vigorous nose-blowing during a cold, or occasionally menstruation. At times t...
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Epistaxis

• (n.) Bleeding at the nose.
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epistaxis

<clinical sign> Nosebleed, haemorrhage from the nose. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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Epistaxis

Ep`i·stax'is noun [ New Latin , from Greek 'epi` upon + ... to drop.] (Medicine) Bleeding at the nose.
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Epistaxis

bleeding from the nose
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Epistaxis

Bleeding from the nose.
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EPISTAXIS

Bleeding from the nostril; nosebleed
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epistaxis

Bloody nose.
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epistaxis

epistaxis Bleeding from the nose.
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Epistaxis

Epistaxis is a technical term for bleeding from the nose.
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Epistaxis

Epistaxis: Medical term for nosebleed. The nose is a part of the body that is very rich in blood vessels (vascular) and is situated in a vulnerable position on the face. As a result, any trauma to the face can cause bleeding which may be profuse. Nosebleeds can occur spontaneously when the nasal membranes dry out, crust, and crack, as is common in ...
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Epistaxis

Nose bleed.
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epistaxis

nose bleeding
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epistaxis

nosebleed; haemorrhage from the nose.
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Epistaxis

Nosebleeds.
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epistaxis

Type: Term Pronunciation: ep′i-stak′sis Definitions: 1. Bleeding from the nose. Synonyms: nasal hemorrhage, nosebleed
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