How Can High Blood Pressure Cause A Nose Bleed?

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Nose emergencies include nosebleeds, an object lodged in the nose, and a broken nose.


A fractured nose is the most common facial fracture. It usually results from a blunt injury and is often associated with other facial fractures. The bruised appearance usually disappears after 2 weeks.

Nose injuries and neck injuries are often seen together because a blow that is forceful enough to injure the nose may be hard enough to injure the neck.


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