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Facial Laceration

Laceration to the facial skin is commonly encountered in the care of the traumatized patient. They could occur in isolation, extend deep to involve the deeper soft tissues and even deeper to involve the facial skeleton. The injury could be in association with other more pressing systemic injury. While attention is devoted to the bony injuries, there could be less attention to details in handling these facial lacerations leading to unsatisfactory scar. This study seeks to know those who are affected by facial lacerations, their common causes and the distribution in relation to the facial bone injuries and the aesthetic features of the face. Many of the soft tissue injuries seen in trauma patient are simple lacerations that required nothing more than suturing . Hitosuqi et al. conducted a study in Japan and found out that most common maxillofacial injury from road traffic accident is lacerations. When the face is the part of the body presented with laceration injury, proper attention to the aesthetic outcome after repair becomes of paramount concern. The underlying structures may be involved in the injury which may require the necessary repair, but the outcome of the skin cover may live to tell a good or bad tale. Pattern of Facial Laceration in Suburban Plastic Surgery Practice: Emmanuel E Esezobor, Godwin Obasikene, Gold O Amuwha, Efosa MA Ukponmwan and Eromosele Airewele
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Last date updated on June, 2014