April 14, 2021
Health News

Rare autoimmune disorder caused a woman’s nose to collapse – Livescience.com

A rare autoimmune disorder decimated the cartilage and bone in a woman’s nose, causing her nose to collapse and sink into her face.
When the 34-year-old woman checked into a facial plastic surgery clinic, her nasal bride had completely collapsed, causing the tip of her nose
to retract, according to a report published April 5 in The New England Journal of Medicine
(NEJM). The deformity had emerged over the course of seven years.
The woman had a variety of related symptoms, including persistent…

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