Broken Nose Can Cause Deviated Septum
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Broken Nose Can Cause Deviated Septum

Broken nose or nasal fracture can cause deviated septum when left untreated. According to Mayo Clinic website, the term nasal fracture is referred to a crack or break in any of the bones in the nose, as a result of a trauma or accident. Symptoms of a nasal fracture include nose tenderness, crooked nose, epistaxis or nosebleeds, and runny nose. Aside from those mentioned symptoms of a broken nose, it can also lead to nasal swelling,...

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