Manipal Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences


Haemophilia is an X linked inherited coagulation disorder. A haemophilic pseudotumour is one of the rarer complications of haemophilia, which results from repetitive bleeding. These have become scarcer over the years with better treatment facilities for bleeding disorders like factor replacement (Pakala, Thomas, & Philip, 2012). The present case report details the history and clinical course of a 23–year-old case with recurrent nasal bleed and nasal pseudotumour, which showed a positive outcome after surgical intervention and factor replacement. At 3-month follow-up, the patient was evaluated by endoscopy, CT scan, and there was no evidence of recurrence

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