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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
Abnormal bleeding +     
Abnormal nasal base +   
Abnormal nasal morphology +   
Abnormal nasal mucosa morphology +   
Abnormal nasopharynx morphology +   
Abnormal onset of bleeding +   
Abnormal umbilical stump bleeding  
Abnormality of nasal hair 
Abnormality of nasalis muscle 
Abnormality of procerus muscle 
Abnormality of the choanae +   
Abnormality of the external nose +   
Abnormality of the nares +   
Abnormality of the nasal cavity +   
Abnormality of the nasal septum +   
Abnormality of the nasal skeleton +   
Abnormality of the nasolabial region +   
Abnormality of the sense of smell +   
Bleeding requiring red cell transfusion 
Bleeding with minor or no trauma  
Epistaxis +   
Epistaxis, or nosebleed, refers to a hemorrhage localized in the nose.
Excessive bleeding after a venipuncture 
Excessive bleeding from superficial cuts  
Gingival bleeding  
Internal hemorrhage +   
Nasal congestion  
Oral cavity bleeding  
Persistent bleeding after trauma  
Prolonged bleeding following procedure +   
Prolonged bleeding time  
Rhinitis +   
Subcutaneous hemorrhage +   

Exact Synonyms: Bloody nose ;   Frequent nosebleeds ;   Nasal haemorrhage ;   Nasal hemorrhage ;   Nose bleed ;   nose bleeding ;   nosebleed
Xrefs: COHD:318556 ;   EFO:0003895 ;   ICD10:R04.0 ;   ICD9:784.7 ;   MSH:D004844 ;   NCIT:C26766 ;   SNOMEDCT_US:12441001 ;   SNOMEDCT_US:249366005 ;   UMLS:C0014591
Definition Sources: HPO:probinson

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