Nasal bone fractures and the use of radiographic imaging: An otolaryngologist perspective
Author(s): Khattab Mahmood Lateef and Zeyad Tareq Obaid
Abstract: This exploration meant to decide radiologic inclinations of rehearsing otolaryngologists with respect to disconnected nasal bone breaks. An 8-question overview on secluded nasal bone breaks was planned.
Diminished utilization of radiography was related with more prominent years by and by and higher recurrence of breaks treated. Otolaryngologists only here and there demand imaging to assess and treat separated nasal bone cracks. At the point when requested, imaging is used all the more frequently among occupants in preparing and non-otolaryngology counseling doctors. This investigation features a chance to teach essential consideration and crisis room suppliers just as otolaryngology occupants on the estimation of far-reaching physical test over radiographic imaging in the work-up of detached nasal breaks.
Khattab Mahmood Lateef, Zeyad Tareq Obaid. Nasal bone fractures and the use of radiographic imaging: An otolaryngologist perspective. Int J Adv Res Med 2019;1(2):20-26. DOI: 10.22271/27069567.2019.v1.i2a.13