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Minerva Stomatologica 1999 January-February;48(1-2):15-22

language: Italian

Maxillofacial fractures in pediatric patients

Spota A., Taloni A., Lovaglio A., Martucci E.


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The different incidence of various kinds of maxillofacial fractures in children are examined and the causes of such differences are analyzed. The most significant are the variations in morphology of the maxillofacial skeleton during the children's growth and the physical-statistic problems strictly connected.
Attention is drawn on the diagnostic difficulties of traumas due to fractures during childhood, sometimes unknown, especially with regard to the heavy functional and aesthetic exits which may occur.

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