Complications and Pitfalls in Maxillofacial Trauma

@inproceedings{Rattan2014ComplicationsAP,
  title={Complications and Pitfalls in Maxillofacial Trauma},
  author={Vidya Rattan and Sachin Rai and Shikha Yadav and Pradeep A. Dhillon},
  year={2014}
}
Complications and pitfalls are unavoidable sequel of any surgical procedure. Although advances have been made in surgical techniques and fi xation devices, these are far from ideal. The aim of trauma surgeon is to restore the patient to pre-injury form and function, but it may not be possible in each and every case. Treatment failure and poor outcome in a case of severe maxillofacial trauma is not uncommon. This is mainly dependent upon the extent of injury, delay in management, improper… CONTINUE READING

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