S Mabourakh

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During the last decade, rigid internal fixation with mini plates and screws has attained widespread use for stabilization of facial bone fractures. This technique permits precise, three-dimensional stabilization of bony segments, decreases the time required for immobilization of the maxillo-masticatory apparatus, and allows patients to return to their(More)
Twenty-four hour ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (24BP) is an emerging technology used to further evaluate elevated blood pressure readings obtained during office visits. We wondered whether a less costly approach than 24BP would lead clinicians to similar treatment decisions. Eleven faculty general internists sequentially evaluated sample patients'(More)
In spite of curiosity, facial fractures, particularly mandibular fractures, in the pediatric age group embrace only a modest proportion of facial fractures that occur within the general population. Several large series report an overall incidence of approximately 1% of all facial bone fractures. A considerable volume of literature has been generated(More)
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