forehead injury during a match. a raised ball hit on the upper corner of the nose & between the eyebrows.it started to bleed from the nose and blood vomiting for several times. instant response was a swelling below the eyes, Forehead and cheeks. x-rays were normal. but after the bumps fade there's a pit kind of a thing that the forehead going back between the eyebrows. i have no pain what so ever no nerves problem. i didn't faint at the accident moment it self & no sign of memory lose. looking forward for medical advice.
Injury can cause indents due to localized collection of blood (hematoma) or due to scarring or due to shift in the adipose (fat) tissue underneath. An indentation can develop on the forehead in case of mucocele of paranasal sinuses or scleroderma. Indents or furrows can also develop due to wrinkles. Also when the brows sag, this causes indents on the forehead. It is difficult to pinpoint the cause on net. Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please discuss these possibilities with your PCP once. You may need to further consult an ENT specialist or a skin specialist or a cosmetologist. Take care!
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