I would think so, but GO SEE YOUR DOCTOR.
Cartilage is present in the bridge of nose.
It doesn't seem likely. The nose is not a bony processes, so a sideways blow that hits only cartilage is unlikley to move the skull hard enough to acctually concuss. If the bony parts of the skull were hit, of course, the odds on concussion go up.
The bridge of the nose is medial to the eye. The eyes are lateral to the nose.
The bridge of nose is formed by tow Nasal Bones.
He's out with a concussion and a broken nose, but he will be back soon.
the bridge of a nose
The bridge of your nose.
If you have a bad enough bruise on the brain it could. You should go to the doctor and have a scan done, to make sure that you are not bleeding severly.
He broke a bone. he suffered a broken nose and a concussion.
a roman nose
Yes, if the hit to the head is hard enough. I personally threw a pass that hit a friend hard enough to give him a concussion. We had to take him to the campus clinic. They diagnosed him with a concussion.
The nose is where you would find a bridge on the body. The nasal bridge is the bony structure across the nasal bones located at the top of the nose.
It is a curved bridge rising on the bridge.
there are 3 different types of nose piercings. a nostril piercing, septum piercing (through the septum of your nose), and bridge piercing (placed on the upper bridge of your nose)
No but i think he broke his orbital bone and nose as well as a concussion
no he did not he suffered a broken orbital bone, a concussion, and a broken nose
i would have a peeling nose.
no, its cartilage
Sadly no he broke his orbit bone ,a broken nose and a concussion.
The nasal bone. The bridge of the nose is created by the join in between the nasal bone from each side. This join is called the nasion.
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