Deviated Septum and Ear Infections
Jun17

Deviated Septum and Ear Infections

When the nose’s nostrils (left and right) are not equally separated due to a crooked or deviated nasal septum, then that condition is referred to deviated septum or nasal septum deviation. Normally, the nasal septum is located centrally and divides both right and left nostrils equally. Usually, deviated septum does not produce and symptoms, however, when the case of deviated septum is already severe, which can have effects on a...

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Broken Nose Can Cause Deviated Septum
May12

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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