examines the child’s nasopharynx
Head bruising is an injury that does not damage the skin. There is no open wound, there is no blood; nevertheless, this injury can be very serious and cause severe and long-lasting consequences, even death.
With a head injury, two options are possible: 1) a brain contusion is the most serious injury and 2) soft tissue contusion is a less dangerous injury. Head injury may be accompanied by hemorrhage, compression of the brain, fracture of the bones of the skull.
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Surgery to remove the adenoids is the most common surgical intervention in young children. But before talking about the operation itself, it is necessary to understand what adenoids are and in what cases they should be deleted.
What are adenoids
Adenoids are a nasopharyngeal tonsil, one of eight tonsils that are part of the immune system. Adenoids consist of lymphoid tissue and actively fight infection that enters the body through the nasopharynx. Continue reading