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  1. 4 January, 2019

    Treatment for perforated nasal septum


    The perforation of the nasal septum is a medical condition in which, the cartilaginous membrane dividing the nostrils develops a hole or fissure. A perforated nasal septum may cause annoying symptoms such as nasal obstruction, mucus discharge, nasal crusts and frequent nosebleeds. It is usually a consequence of previous nasal surgeries. Not as a consequence of bad practice, but because it is one of the risks when manipulating the nasal septum. Other common causes are repeated traumatisms and cauterizations on the nasal septum and / or nasal packings in people with repeated nosebleeds (epistaxis).
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