Extranasopharyngeal Angiofibroma of the Nasal Cavity in a 33 year old male

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A thirty three year old male presented to the ENT clinic with a 1 year history of nasal obstruction. On two occasions, in that year, he had presented to the emergency department with a severe right sided epistaxis where he was treated with nasal packing and cautery. He also complained of poor sense of smell but there was no history of discharge, headache or facial pains. Clinical examination revealed adhesions in the right nasal cavity; a polypoidal lesion arising from the right middle meatus and a clear post nasal space.

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