Ziva Elkabetz-Schwartz

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Facial trauma may impose functional disabilities, such as difficulties with breathing, eating, drinking, and speaking. Moreover, esthetic changes might cause the patient social and psychological dysfunction. Fractured facial bones may occur following isolated facial trauma, or as a part of multiple injuries trauma that might be caused by: road accidents,(More)
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