Jeffrey Terrell, M.D.

ENT / Otolaryngology
Job Title: 
Professor of Otolaryngology
Treatments or Procedures Provided: 
Bevacizumab IV
Endoscopic Ablation/Coagulation
Nasal Laser Ablation
Nasal Sclerotherapy
Overall/General Management of HHT
Conditions Treated: 
Nosebleeds (Epistaxis)
Gastrointestinal (GI) AVMs/Telangiectasias
Oral AVMs/Telangiectasias
Language Spoken: 
1500 East Medical Ctr. Drive
Taubman Center 1904d, Box 5312
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
United States
Scheduling Contact
(734) 936-8051
Education & Facts
Board Certification: 
American Board of Otolaryngology
American Board of Preventive Medicine
Residency Program:
harvard - 1988
I am an Otolaryngologist who has been treatment patients with HHT for more than 20 years. More recently, I have become much more involved with, and I'm seeing more patients with HHT and ENT issues, particularly nosebleeds. My interest in treatment patients with HHT at the University of Michigan has grown because of the following: first, I believe HHT patients are complex. They have the potential to have significant issues related to their AVMs. I find that most community doctors and specialists and hospitals don't have the expertise to manage them, sometimes they don't have the expertise to diagnose them. If ever there was a "tertiary care" type of disorder, HHT is one of them. I am also happy to report that a few new therapies for HHT and nosebleeds have been developed recently, including AVASTIN injections, AVASTIN spray, and now injection sclerotherapy. My patients with each of these therapies have had improvements that I have not seen in the past, so I feel that now we have some excellent options. Finally, I have learned now to manage those few patients that need to go to the OR to treat large nasal malformations. There is a learning curve to managing severe nosebleeds, and I feel we have the opportunity to identify and treat those patients with more severe disease. I am opening new appointment types for HHT patients next month. I will work to get patients into other specialists at the U of Michigan, who have expertise and interest in HHT. We have excellent interventional radiologists, to tackle pulmonary AVMs. I usually set patients up for screening tests, when I see them.
1500 East Medical Ctr. Drive
Taubman Center 1904d, Box 5312
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
United States
Last Updated: September 10, 2018
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