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Can a toddler of 20 months break her nose?
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Dr. Gregory Liptak
Pediatrics
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In brief: Yes
The nose of a baby is all cartilage with no bone.
The bone develops over time. During that development the nose is more vulnerable to trauma. Also, fractured cartilage does not heal well. As a result, increasing or recurrent deviations may occur after a fracture as the child grows.

In brief: Yes
The nose of a baby is all cartilage with no bone.
The bone develops over time. During that development the nose is more vulnerable to trauma. Also, fractured cartilage does not heal well. As a result, increasing or recurrent deviations may occur after a fracture as the child grows.
Dr. Gregory Liptak
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Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics
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In brief: Hard to Do ....
But yes . The nose is mostly softer cartilage, but it can happen with a sever enough injury.

In brief: Hard to Do ....
But yes . The nose is mostly softer cartilage, but it can happen with a sever enough injury.
Dr. Mark Diamond
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