"enlargement of the nose known as rhinophyma (qv) or grog blossoms"



Rhinophyma, according to Medline Plus, is a large bulb-shaped, red-coloured nose once thought to be caused by heavy alcohol consumption, hence the name 'grog blossoms'. However it also occurs in teetotallers.  It is more common among men. 


qv stands for quod vide, a Latin phrase meaning 'which see' and denoting a cross-reference.