An injury to your nose may also injure your eyes, cheek, or forehead
at the same time. Changes in your eyes or vision may be caused by a direct
injury to the eye or an injury to the nerves or muscles that control eye
Any eye or vision changes that begin after a facial injury should be
taken seriously. Changes may include:
Difficulty moving your eyes normally in all
Double or blurred vision that does not clear with
Reduced vision in a small area of your eye (scotomata).
A change in the shape, size, or height of one or both pupils
because of damage to the muscles that control the pupil size and shape.