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What is Nasal Furuncle?

Description of the disease

A nasal furuncle is a purulent inflammation of a hair follicle in the nasal cavity. This condition can be quite painful and cause discomfort.


Nasal furuncle is classified as a purulent disease of the skin and mucous membrane.


Symptoms of a nasal furuncle may include inflammation, redness, and tenderness in the area of the hair follicle, as well as purulent discharge.


The cause of a nasal furuncle may be infected hair follicles, often caused by a bacterial infection, such as Staphylococcus aureus.


Diagnosis of a nasal furuncle is usually based on a clinical examination by a doctor. Sometimes, a swab may be taken for laboratory tests.


Treatment of a nasal furuncle may include the use of antiseptics, antibiotics, local antiseptics, and sometimes surgical intervention.


To prevent a nasal furuncle, it is important to observe hygiene rules, avoid injury to the mucous membrane, and use antiseptics.


If symptoms of a nasal furuncle occur, it is necessary to consult an otolaryngologist or dermatologist for consultation and treatment.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.