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As a result of Expelling Mucus Too Strong, This Woman Almost Has Blindness
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As a result of Expelling Mucus Too Strong, This Woman Almost Has Blindness

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THEBOEGIS.COM – It is very terrible faced by a 32-year-old woman. He almost blindness because he blew his nose by blowing his nose is very strong.

An unnamed woman claimed to have been swallowing a very strong odor that caused her eyes to drain. But that happened 4 hours earlier when he was in the hospital, his eyes were swollen with the size of a golf ball, and his eyes were too hard for him to open.

The doctor who handled it said that the injury to the eye can cause blindness due to pressure swelling and damage to the optic nerve.

The test results state that he experienced the condition referred to as "orbital emphysema", swelling caused by air that has accumulated in the soft tissues around the eyes.

The scan also showed that this woman had a fractured bone in her nose. However, he does not clearly remember what caused his nose to break.

With this situation, the doctor was surprised, because usually the orbital emphysema generally takes place in patients who have blows to the face, as written irishmirror.

The test results state that he experienced the condition referred to as "orbital emphysema", swelling caused by air that has accumulated in the soft tissues around the eyes.

The scan also showed that this woman had a fractured bone in her nose. However, he does not clearly remember what caused his nose to break.

With this situation, the doctor was shocked, because usually the orbital emphysema generally takes place in patients who have blows to the face, as written irishmirror.

 "Yes, orbital emphysema is always associated with trauma. So spontaneous nasal fractures faced by this woman have never existed first," said the doctor documented in the British Medical Journal (BMJ).

The woman was treated with antibiotics to relieve swelling which in some cases could last up to two weeks.

This type of condition is most commonly seen in people who already have a head or face injury, though this is not the case.

This can happen when people do the Valsalva maneuver to close their mouth and nose and breathe out to clear the obstructed airway - although this rarely happens.

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