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What is the long-term prognosis for someone with nose disorders?

The long-term prognosis for nose disorder is good in that nose disorders are rarely serious. Some nose disorders go undetected for a long time. The symptoms of nose disorders, however, are often persistent and require continuous medical attention to manage the symptoms. Someone who has a nose disorder as the result of injury usually experiences full recover once the injury is treated.

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