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Nasal septal abscess

Nasal septal abscess

A nasal septal abscess is a serious condition that is caused by bacteria. Trauma to the nose, or even nasal surgery, can leave the patient prone to develop a nasal abscess, which is basically a pocket filled with blood (haematoma) which has become affected by bacteria. Symptoms include nasal blockage, pain, redness over the nasal bridge, difficulty in breathing and fever.

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