most often, a hematoma, for example, subcutaneous, gradually resolves during natural protective and regenerative processes, but in some cases, the threat of suppuration or mechanical pressure on vital organs forces one to resort to urgent surgical intervention.
Other, much rarer causes include various hematological and infectious diseases that cause thinning, fragility, increased permeability of the vascular walls and / or a decrease in blood clotting, especially if such a pathology occurs against the background of hypovitaminosis or hypertension.
Diagnosis includes the collection of anamnestic information and complaints, standard rhinoscopy (examination of the septum using a dilator). As diagnostic necessity, laboratory and instrumental studies are prescribed - usually this is X-ray, CT, sometimes a puncture of the contents.
In all cases, when the hematoma of the nasal septum is caused by non-traumatic causes, the most thorough examination and treatment of the underlying disease is required, since such a hematoma is a very alarming symptom.
Why does a hematoma of the nasal septum occur and how to eliminate it?
The causes of the pathological process are.