A nose is a nose is a nose

BMJ 2002; 324 doi: (Published 02 February 2002) Cite this as: BMJ 2002;324:267
  1. Shirley Holton, consultant in public health medicine
  1. Buckinghamshire

    As soon as I hit the asphalt, I knew what had happened. Another Smith's fracture, my third in 10 years. I was in the public car park next to one of my two offices, running to my next meeting when I was tripped up by a pebble. The car park attendant was extremely kind: he left his post and took me in his own car the couple of miles to the local accident and emergency department. The queue was horrendous, but I eventually reached the front, …

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