mandibular fracture

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man·dib·u·lar frac·ture

(man-dibyū-lăr frakshŭr)
Breakage or other forms of osseous trauma involving the mandible.
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Ten years of mandibular fractures: An analysis of 2137 cases.
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Louis, and colleagues conducted a feasibility study using maxillofacial computed tomography data of three patients with comminuted mandibular fractures who required preoperative planning with a perfected complete mandible model.
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Coronectomy appears as a preventive surgical technique and represents an excellent alternative to conventional extraction, generating less morbidity in surrounding tissues and preventing mandibular fractures and paresthesia [6-8].
(2) diagnosis on the basis of radiological examinations a double mandibular fracture that qualifies for fixation by external approaches (skin group);
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For our study the time taken from adaptation of the plate to the time when the last screw placed in mandibular fracture site region was recorded.
In this study, using a mandibular fracture model, we compared the user experience of our newly developed haptic system with a known CAD system.