Kiesselbach plexus | definition of Kiesselbach plexus by Medical dictionary
Kiesselbach, Wilhelm (redirected from Kiesselbach plexus)
Kiesselbach, Wilhelm, German laryngologist, 1839-1902.
- an area on the anterior portion of the nasal septum rich in capillaries (Kiesselbach plexus) and often the seat of epistaxis. Synonym(s): Little area
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Nasal bleeding is a common disorder in children that is frequently caused by irritation in the Kiesselbach plexus
(also known as Little's area).