Juvenile angiofibroma JNA

  • Facts:
    Benign growth that is capable of eroding and locally invading
  • History / PE:
    Nasal obstruction
    Visible nasal mass
  • Treatment:
    Treatment is only required if the angiofibroma is enlarging, obstructing the airway, or causing chronic nosebleeds
  • Differential Diagnosis:
    Reactive nasal polyps (obstruction rather than bleeding)
    Cocaine abuse
    Wegener's granulomatosis

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July 28th 2010