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Study of Different Sites of Fractures of Mandible in Andrapradesh Population


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1 Department of Oral and Maxilla Facial (Oral Surgery), Nimra Institute of Medical Sciences, 4-90 Nimra Nagar Ibrahim Patnam Jupidi Vijayawada, Andrapradesh, India
     

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96 patients (78 males and 18 females) aged between 18 to 45 years had fractures of mandible -62(64.5%) had road accident, 17(17.7%) had assault, 12(12.5%) sports injury, 5(5.2%) due to falls. The anatomical sites of fractures were 32(33.3%) had symphysis menti and parasymphysis, 15(15.6%) had body of mandible, 13 (13.5%) had angle, 10(10.4%) had ramus, 7(7.29%) had condyles, 19(19.7%) had alveolar fractures. 46(47.9%) had isolated fractures and 50(52.0%) had multiple fractures. Types of treatment method were 3(3.1%) were un-treated, 19(19.7%) had IMF (inter maxillary fixation 5(5.2%) had circummandibular wire with an occlusal splint, 9(9.3%) had Risdon wining 46(47.9%) had MPO= mini plate osteo synthesis. 14(14.5%) had reconstruction plates.This study will be quite use full to oral and maxilla facial surgeon because morpho metric study of mesoderm is un-certain

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IMF= Inter Maxillary Fixation, MPO= Mini Plate Osteo Synthesis, Isolated Fractures Multiple Fractures.
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Ch. Venkateshwar Rao
Department of Oral and Maxilla Facial (Oral Surgery), Nimra Institute of Medical Sciences, 4-90 Nimra Nagar Ibrahim Patnam Jupidi Vijayawada, Andrapradesh, India

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96 patients (78 males and 18 females) aged between 18 to 45 years had fractures of mandible -62(64.5%) had road accident, 17(17.7%) had assault, 12(12.5%) sports injury, 5(5.2%) due to falls. The anatomical sites of fractures were 32(33.3%) had symphysis menti and parasymphysis, 15(15.6%) had body of mandible, 13 (13.5%) had angle, 10(10.4%) had ramus, 7(7.29%) had condyles, 19(19.7%) had alveolar fractures. 46(47.9%) had isolated fractures and 50(52.0%) had multiple fractures. Types of treatment method were 3(3.1%) were un-treated, 19(19.7%) had IMF (inter maxillary fixation 5(5.2%) had circummandibular wire with an occlusal splint, 9(9.3%) had Risdon wining 46(47.9%) had MPO= mini plate osteo synthesis. 14(14.5%) had reconstruction plates.This study will be quite use full to oral and maxilla facial surgeon because morpho metric study of mesoderm is un-certain

Keywords


IMF= Inter Maxillary Fixation, MPO= Mini Plate Osteo Synthesis, Isolated Fractures Multiple Fractures.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v10%2Fi12%2F2019%2Fijphrd%2F191944