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Drs, how do you detect hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia?

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In brief: History & Physical

Hht, or osler-weber-rendu syndrome, can be detected on physical examination with telangiectasia (red, lacy like, dilated blood vessels that blanch with pressure) over a patients oral mucosa (lips, cheeks, tongue) etc and on their skin.
Patients may also have a history of recurrent nosebleeds and maybe even GI bleeding.

In brief: History & Physical

Hht, or osler-weber-rendu syndrome, can be detected on physical examination with telangiectasia (red, lacy like, dilated blood vessels that blanch with pressure) over a patients oral mucosa (lips, cheeks, tongue) etc and on their skin.
Patients may also have a history of recurrent nosebleeds and maybe even GI bleeding.
Dr. Roman Bronfenbrener
Dr. Roman Bronfenbrener
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