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  1. ... injury and is one of the most common facial fracture. Symptoms of a broken nose include pain, blood coming from the nose, bruising around the eyes, misshapen ...
  2. Bohm LA, Roby B. Pediatric facial fractures. In: Flint PW, Francis HW , Haughey BH, et al, eds. Cummings Otolaryngology: Head and Neck Surgery. 7th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier; ...
  3. ... lung ( pneumothorax ), often occurring with a rib fracture Facial bone fracture Rupture or tear in the airway Rupture or ...
  4. A fractured nose is the most common fracture of the face. It most often occurs after an injury and often occurs with other fractures of the face. Nose injuries and neck injuries are often ...
  5. ... from the pressure of a swollen eyelid or face. Certain types of skull fractures can cause bruising around the eyes, even without ...
  6. ... in the brain ( brain abscesses ) Severe nerve or face pain (such as trigeminal neuralgia , or tic douloureux) Skull fracture Pressure in the brain after an injury or ...
  7. ... constipation, or allergic reactions, such as skin rashes, facial swelling, or difficulty breathing
  8. ... and lower teeth The following may suggest bone fractures: Abnormal feelings on the cheek Irregularities of the face that can be felt by touching Movement of ...
  9. ... often as in girls. Other symptoms include: Bone fractures Deformities of the bones in the face Gigantism Irregular, large patchy café au lait spots
  10. ... by incidents such as: Bullet or stab wound Fracture of the spine Traumatic injury to the face, neck, head, chest, or back (for example, a ...
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