Nasal Fractures & Children: Advice From an ENT

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What should you do if you think your child might have a broken nose? When are plain films, aka x-rays, needed? When should you go to an Ear, Nose & Throat specialist (ENT)? In this video, Dr. Maithilee Menezes, a pediatric otolaryngologist (aka, ENT), answers all these questions and more. As a parent, learn what to expect if your child suffers a nasal fracture.

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