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Background Chronic inflamed tissue in nasal cavity is a rare complication of transsphenoidal approach (TSA). Inflamed tissue is rich in blood vessels, which can lead to frequent nosebleeds. In addition, chronic inflammation can cause pseudoaneurysm, whose rupture results in massive epistaxis. There have been few reported cases of pseudoaneurysm of ICA occurring more than 10 years after TSA surgery. Case presentation We report a case of a patient who had recurrent epistaxis for over a decadedoi:10.1186/s12883-021-02254-0 pmid:34082741 fatcat:vjylk6rhdnbhlav2f4knllxtc4