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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The total number for sites of mandibular fracture in both the groups was 28 (13 fracture sites in Group-I and 15 fracture sites in Group-II).
Mandibular fracture and associated cervical spine fracture, a rare and predictable injury.
Spectrum of mandibular fracture at a tertiary care dental hospital in Lahore.
Management of Symphysis and Parasymphysis Mandibular Fractures in Children Treated with MacLennan Splint: Stability and Early Results.
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.
Interfragmental fixation of rostral mandibular fracture with cerclage wire in a thoroughbred English horse.
Janel, "Complications of mandibular fractures in an urban teaching center," Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, vol.
Mandibular fractures in Sri Lankan children: a study of clinical aspects, treatment needs and complications.
Less common complications are severe trismus , iatrogenic damage to the adjacent second molar and iatrogenic mandibular fracture.
Patients should be examined for evidence of trauma that could have resulted in mandibular fracture or temporo-mandibular joint luxation.
The case was managed under cover of antibiotics by extraction of the retained mesial root, followed by reduction & fixation of the mandibular fracture, which healed uneventfully.