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In suspected nasal fractures, which are often left until the swelling has subsided, check for symptoms and signs of other facial or skull fractures which should be referred immediately such as:

  • diplopia
  • numbness of the cheek
  • malocclusion of the jaw
  • trismus
  • CSF rhinorrhoea
  • anosmia

Last reviewed 01/2018

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