Ronald P Winstanley

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In some countries there is a move away from the traditional use of predominantly closed or semi-closed procedures in the management of facial fractures to widespread use of aggressive surgical techniques. Observations are made on the effect that this trend may have on the trainee Oral Surgeon. An analysis of a series of 156 consecutive cases of mandibular(More)
Five cases are reported of children who presented with limitation of jaw movement and had some degree of deformity with shortening of the mandible on the affected side. X-ray examination demonstrated changes in the head and neck of the mandibular condyle. There were varying degress of sclerosis and new bone formation in the area extending from the neck of(More)
A series of cases of zygomatic fractures was studied to see if a change to a more extensive surgical intervention was justified. The surgical anatomy of the cheekbone complex was studied and certain protective features which determine the pattern of fracture were noted; treatment which takes account of these facts was suggested. Some observations are made(More)