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Rigid Osteosynthesis
Advantages:
1. Rigid fixation
2. Three dimensional stability
3. Post operative inter-maxillary fixation is
minimum or avoided
4. Early return of function
5. Most of the cases intra-oral approach.
Conclusion
Maxillofacial trauma increases day by day due to overcrowding
More emphasis should be given to treat this types of trauma by setting up more trauma centre along high way
Preliminary management is very important followed by definitive reconstruction
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Zygoma Tripod Fractures Clinical Fractures
Zygoma Tripod Fractures Clinical Fractures Clinical features:
Periorbital edema and ecchymosis
Hypesthesia of the infraorbital nerve
Palpation may reveal step off
Concomitant globe injuries are common
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Zygoma Tripod Fractures
Zygoma Tripod Fractures
Tripod fractures consist of fractures through:
Zygomatic arch
Zygomaticofrontal suture
Inferior orbital rim and floor
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Zygomaarch Fractures Clinical Findings
Zygomaarch
Palpable bony defect over the arch
Depressed cheek with tenderness
Pain in cheek and jaw movement
Limited mandibular movement
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Zygoma Fractures
The zygoma has 2 major components: Zygomatic arch
Zygomatic body
Blunt trauma most common cause.
Two types of fractures can occur:
Arch fracture (most common)
Tripod fracture (most serious)
Can fracture 2 to 3 places along the arch
Lateral to each end of the arch
Fracture in the middle of the arch
Patients usually present with pain on opening their mouth.
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Orbital Fracture
Orbital Fracture
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Nasal Fractures
Nasal Fractures
ž Clinical findings:

Nasal deformity
Edema and tenderness
Epistaxis
Crepitus and mobility.
Orbital blowout Fractures
Blow out fractures are the most common.
Occur when the the globe sustains a direct blunt force
2 mechanisms of injury:
Blunt trauma to the globe
Direct blow to the infraorbital rim
Orbital Blowout Fractures Clinical findings
Periorbital tenderness, swelling, ecchymosis.
Enopthalmus or sunken eyes.
Impaired ocular motility.
Infraorbital anesthesia.
Step off deformity
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