Malar bone fractures and their sequelae. A statistical study of 1.393 cases covering a period of 20 years.


The authors analyse the results of 1.393 cases of malar fractures treated in the maxillo-facial Departments of Montpellier and Perpignan. A clinical and therapeutic classification is given. Study of the sequelae demonstrated that the most frequent were infra-orbital nerve lesions, residual displacement of the malar bone, diplopia, and enophthalmos. A point… (More)