The Use of 2.4-mm Locking Plate System in Treating Comminuted Mandibular Fracture by Firearm.

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Maxillofacial trauma caused by firearms has considerably increased, in which the mandibular body is the site of highest incidence of firearm projectiles. In these cases, the use of titanium plates and screws allows the early restoration of form and function of the mandible with stable and predictable results. Recently, conventional plates have been… (More)
DOI: 10.1055/s-0032-1313364

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@article{Pereira2012TheUO, title={The Use of 2.4-mm Locking Plate System in Treating Comminuted Mandibular Fracture by Firearm.}, author={Cassiano Costa Silva Pereira and P{\^a}mela Let{\'i}cia Dos Santos and Ellen Cristina Gaetti Jardim and Idelmo Rangel Garcia J{\'u}nior and Elio Hitoshi Shinohara and Marcelo Marotta Ara{\'u}jo}, journal={Craniomaxillofacial trauma & reconstruction}, year={2012}, volume={5 2}, pages={91-6} }