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Nose Fracture

Description of the disease

A nose fracture is an injury to the bones or cartilage of the nose, which usually occurs as a result of trauma or a blow to the nose. This can lead to a deformity of the nose and breathing problems.


  • Closed nose fracture - when the bones or cartilage of the nose are damaged, but the skin over them is not damaged.
  • Open nose fracture - when the damage to the bones or cartilage of the nose is accompanied by skin damage.


  • Pain in the nose area.
  • Swelling and bruising.
  • Runny nose or difficulty breathing.
  • Nosebleeds.


A nose fracture most often occurs as a result of a blow to the nose, an accident, or a sports injury.


To diagnose a nose fracture, an X-ray and examination by an ENT specialist are performed.


Treatment of a nose fracture may include wearing splints or packing, and sometimes surgical intervention may be required.


Avoid nose injuries, use protective equipment during sports activities, and observe safety rules in everyday life.


An ENT specialist treats nose fractures.

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