Human head and neck Le Fort fracture of skull

DR. ravikiran h. RDR. ravikiran h. R
General Surgery have been allotted the dissertation topic “clinical study of facial bone fractures and their management”, under the guidance of Dr. Prabhu hubli, Professor, Department of general surgery, and Dr. Le Fort fracture of skull
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Maxillofacial traumas introductionMaxillofacial traumas introduction
Maxillofacial traumas can cause physical injuries in both soft and hard (bone) tissues. As a result of this,inflammation, pain, swelling, loss of function, damage of tissue continuity will occur. Le Fort fracture of skull
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Fractures of the jawsFractures of the jaws
Trauma in the head and neck area can be small and confined as; vertical root fracture, external root resorption. Or something extensive that involves facial nerves and cranial base. Le Fort fracture of skull
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Maxillofacial and orbital injuries evaluation by three dimensional mdct introductionMaxillofacial and orbital injuries evaluation by three dimensional mdct introduction
Mpr images in all cases, interpretation of 3d-ct images provides useful information. Le Fort fracture of skull
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Maxilla (2) b. Mandible (1)Maxilla (2) b. Mandible (1)
Le Fort fracture of skull
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Fractures Of The Midfacial SkeletonFractures Of The Midfacial Skeleton
Middle third from the frontal bone to the level of upper teeth. Le Fort fracture of skull
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Bone/ area of the body Possible fractures and other common orthopaedic conditionsBone/ area of the body Possible fractures and other common orthopaedic conditions
Stress – due to repeated strain in the same direction, e g march fracture of metatarsal bone. Le Fort fracture of skull
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