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Spontaneous sphenopalatine pseudoaneurysm: recurrent epistaxis in a patient with cryptogenic vasculopathy

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We present a unique case of recurrent epistaxis secondary to a spontaneous sphenopalatine artery aneursym in a young woman. This was investigated with an external carotid artery angiogram and subsequently treated successfully with endovascular embolisation of the aneurysm.

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