Le Fort

Le Fort

(lĕ fōrt'),
Léon C., French surgeon and gynecologist, 1829-1893. See: Le Fort I fracture, Le Fort II fracture, Le Fort III fracture, Le Fort sound, Le Fort amputation.
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It is reported in the literature that this anatomical structure is frequently compromised during surgical elevation of the maxillary sinus, the Caldwell-Luc procedure and the Le Fort I osteotomy (Rahpeyma & Khajehahmadi, 2014).
Small and medium lesions can usually be removed easily allowing preservation of surrounding anatomical structures, but in large odontomas which conservative approaches are not efficient for removal, more invasive treatment modalities can be needed like Le Fort I and sagittal split osteotomies (SSO) (9,11).
This procedure consists of Le Fort osteotomy and fixation of a distraction device.
The episode had been interpreted in 1931 by Gertrud von le Fort, Bernanos's German source, as the final sequence of the French Revolution, but more intriguingly still, in an intuition that harmonizes enigmatically with the resonance established by Sollors between the prewar Bernanos text of his title and the postwar world which is the subject of his book, as the embodiment of a very contemporary "fear of dissolution of a moribund age (pre-Hitlerian Germany)" that she would proceed (in The Song at the Scaffold) to transpose retroactively into the French eighteenth century once she had happened upon the episode of the martyred Carmelites while browsing in the archives of the Munich University Library (44-45).
Pseudoaneurysm has been reported as a consequence of mandibular fractures in the treatment of sagittal split ramus osteotomy, Le Fort I osteotomy, temporomandibular joint surgery, distraction osteogenesis, and trauma [1-6].
The study done by Tanrikulu R and Erol B showed that both axial and coronal CT showed no major difference in the classification of tripod fracture Le Fort fracture lines were identified in 17 times.
Procedure types included Le Fort I, bilateral sagittal split osteotomy (BSSO) or vertical ramus osteotomy (VRO) and surgically assisted palatal expansion.
To avoid this problem Ortiz-Monasterio in his series of seven patients did an incomplete Le Fort I osteotomy simultaneously with mandibular corticotomy.
DC Justin Le Fort from Birmingham CID said: "This was a vicious assault in Birmingham city centre, which resulted in a young woman being seriously injured.