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Judul Management in Symphisis Mandibular Fracture (article on The 1st Annual Congress of the Royal College of Otolaryngologists-Head and Neck Surgeons of Thailand)
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Penerbitan 2017
Kata Kunci mandible fracture · symphysis fracture · occlusion · open reduction internal fixation · maxillo-mandibullar fixation · complication ·
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Madible fracture, also known as fractures of jaws are breaks through the mandible
bone. Fractures of mandible account for 36 -70% of all maxillofacial injuries (1,2,3)
the symphysis and parasymphysis account for 17%of mandible fracture (4) 75 % to
85 % of mandible fracture occurs in males with majority occuring in their twenties &
thirties (5,6,7). 43% of the patients had an associated injury. Of these patients, head
injuries occurred in 39% of patients, head and neck lacerations in 30%, midface
fractures in 28%, ocular injuries in 16%, nasal fractures in 12%, and cervical spine
fractures in 11% - 53% of patients had unilateral fractures, 37% of the patients had
2 fractures, and 9% had 3 or more fractures.
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520Madible fracture, also known as fractures of jaws are breaks through the mandible bone. Fractures of mandible account for 36 -70% of all maxillofacial injuries (1,2,3) the symphysis and parasymphysis account for 17%of mandible fracture (4) 75 % to 85 % of mandible fracture occurs in males with majority occuring in their twenties & thirties (5,6,7). 43% of the patients had an associated injury. Of these patients, head injuries occurred in 39% of patients, head and neck lacerations in 30%, midface fractures in 28%, ocular injuries in 16%, nasal fractures in 12%, and cervical spine fractures in 11% - 53% of patients had unilateral fractures, 37% of the patients had 2 fractures, and 9% had 3 or more fractures.
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650Facial bones -- Surgery; Mandibular Fractures
653mandible fracture; symphysis fracture; occlusion; open reduction internal fixation; maxillo-mandibullar fixation; complication
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