Oral trauma. Emergency care of lacerations, fractures, and burns.

@article{Comer1989OralTE,
  title={Oral trauma. Emergency care of lacerations, fractures, and burns.},
  author={Robert W Comer and James G Fitchie and W Frank Caughman and J D Zwemer},
  journal={Postgraduate medicine},
  year={1989},
  volume={85 2},
  pages={34-7, 41}
}
Emergency physicians are usually the first to see patients with injuries to oral and facial tissues. Because many of these patients may have life-threatening neurologic injuries, secondary oral and perioral problems may be overlooked initially. These injuries, however, have a profound potential for causing lifelong disability and disfigurement and should be… CONTINUE READING