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Frequency and types of fractures in maxillofacial traumas . Assessment using Multi-slice Computed Tomography with multiplanar and three-dimensional reconstructions

  title={Frequency and types of fractures in maxillofacial traumas . Assessment using Multi-slice Computed Tomography with multiplanar and three-dimensional reconstructions},
  author={Gabriela Tomich and Patricio Baigorria and Nicola Orlando and Mariano M{\'e}jico and Cecilia Costamagna and Roberto Villavicencio}
Role of Computed Tomography in the Evaluation of Patients with Maxillofacial Trauma
  • D. Yadav
  • Medicine
    Modern Approaches in Dentistry and Oral Health Care
  • 2019
Assessment of the role of MDCT in patients of maxillofacial trauma and to describe the demographic variations as well as frequency and types of fractures that underwent CT scans concluded that MDCT is useful diagnostic tool for the identification and classification of maxilofacial region fractures and aiding in surgical planning.
Patterns of Fracture Site and Management of Maxillofacial Trauma Cases in The Department of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery in Sanglah General Hospital
The most common site of maxillofacial fracture was mandible, specifically at symphysis or parasymphysis part, and ORIF miniplate, together with Archbarr and interdental wiring fixation were the most common modality of management.
A Case of Medialized Lateral Maxillary Sinus Wall: A Pillar of Support
A case of unusual presentation of an orbital floor fracture post-MVA which was treated conservatively based on the clinical assessments during follow-ups, supported by radiological findings is discussed.


Nasal Fracture Management: Minimizing Secondary Nasal Deformities
A clinical algorithm for acute nasal fracture management is formulated that can reduce the incidence of posttraumatic nasal deformity and is attributed to complete nasal assessment (bony and septum), use of outpatient controlled general anesthesia, and primary septal reconstruction in cases with severe sePTal fracture dislocation.
Predictable Patterns of Intracranial and Cervical Spine Injury in Craniomaxillofacial Trauma: Analysis of 4786 Patients
Fractures of the upper face were associated with increased likelihood of mid lower cervical spine injuries, severe intracranial injuries, and increased mortality rates, and these results suggest that concomitant injuries should be investigated closely with distinct types of facial fractures.
Cervical Spine Injury in Association with Craniomaxillofacial Fractures
The relationship between cervical spinal injuries and craniomaxillofacial trauma has been better defined as it relates to a regional trauma registry.
Toward CT‐Based Facial Fracture Treatment
Facial fractures have formerly been classified solely by anatomic location. CT scans now identify the exact fracture pattern in a specific area. Fracture patterns are classified as low, middle, or
Frontal sinus fractures: A 28-year retrospective review
Management of the Medial Canthal Tendon in Nasoethmoid Orbital Fractures: The Importance of the Central Fragment in Classification and Treatment
The medial canthal tendon and the fragment of bone on which it inserts (“central” fragment) are the critical factors in the diagnosis and treatment of nasoethmoid orbital fractures. The status of the
Symphysis and parasymphysis fractures.
  • G. Chotkowski
  • Medicine
    Atlas of the oral and maxillofacial surgery clinics of North America
  • 1997
Diagnosis of midface fractures with CT: what the surgeon needs to know.
Computed tomography is commonly used to evaluate patients with blunt facial trauma and the position and shape of the medial and inferior rectus muscles can indicate whether entrapment and diplopia are likely in orbital fractures.