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Comparison of Open Reduction and Internal Fixation in Case of Symphysis and Parasymphysis Mandible Fracture

@inproceedings{Hirani2015ComparisonOO,
  title={Comparison of Open Reduction and Internal Fixation in Case of Symphysis and Parasymphysis Mandible Fracture},
  author={Narendra N. Hirani and Dr. Nishant Pujara},
  year={2015}
}
This is prospective, non-randomized study to evaluate and compare the results. Morbility and surgical time for open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) and intermaxilliary fixation(IMF) for mandible fracture. 50 consecutive patients of symphysis and parasymphysis mandible fracture were selected for study. 20 patients under went IMF and 30 had ORIF. selection of type of operation was left to the patient’s choice. All the patients had preoperative counselling and both the procedures were… 

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