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Nasal septal perforation secondary to rhinitis medicamentosa

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June 1, 2006
by Harold F. Keyserling, MD; John D. Grimme, MD; Daniel L.A. Camacho, MD; Mauricio Castillo, MD
Nasal septal perforation is a rarely reported complication of rhinitis medicamentosa. We describe such a complication in a 54-year-old man, and we discuss the clinical, pathologic, and imaging aspects of this case.

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