Salivation, bleeding from the nose and ears, protruding tongue

If irritation is caused to the nerves located in the throat (ganglion pterygopalatinum), bleeding is purely the result of congestion. Bleeding from the ears stems from the sclera of the eardrum (not from a ruptured eardrum) and bleeding from the nose stems from congestion hemorrhage in the nasal mucus tissue.

Salivation and congestion hemorrhage are regarded as vital signs.