Of the numerous treatment modalities for hemorrhagic hereditary telangiectasia, skin grafting the nasal cavity affords the best prognosis. In patients with absent nasal septa or large perforations, the hemilateral rhinotomy approach offers excellent exposure and convenient graft placement without increased morbidity.
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