alexa Multiple Facial Bone Fractures

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Multiple Facial Bone Fractures

Fractures of the facial skeleton are rare in children compared to in adults. A 17-month-old male child without medical history was involved in a motor vehicle collision when his father drove his car into the back of a crane truck. Fractures in children tend to be minimally displaced, especially in infants, because of the elasticity of the bones, flexibility of the suture lines and lack of sinus pneumatization.

Citation: Soejima K, Shimoda K, Tanabe Y, Yamaki T, Kono T, et al. (2012) A Case of Successful Conservative Management of Multiple Facial Bone Fractures in an Infant. J Trauma Treatment

 
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