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A healthy 63-year-old male developed severe unprovoked recurrent nose bleeding over a 40-day period. He had no other symptoms and his past-medical and family histories were non-contributory. His physical examination, complete blood counts, and coagulation profile were normal. Three weeks into the illness, a platelet function screen was found abnormal. Hematology consultation did not find a cause for his thrombasthenia. After a short hospitalization for severe epistaxis, recurrent nosebleedsdoi:10.24018/ejmed.2019.1.4.31 fatcat:37zytk2b2bgqncu5nif43bz264