Nosebleeds Topic Guide
Nosebleed (Epistaxis): Nosebleeds are categorized based on where they originate. Anterior nosebleeds originate from the front of the nose, and posterior nosebleeds originate from the back of the nose. Most nosebleeds do not have an easily identifiable cause. Anterior nosebleeds generally can be treated at home or in the doctor's office. Posterior nosebleeds generally require hospitalization.
Facial Fracture A fracture is a broken bone. Facial fracture refers to any injury that results in a broken bone or bones of the face. Symptoms of a facial fracture depend on what bones are broken. Treatment of a facial fracture again, depend on what bones are broken.
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