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PEDIATRIC FACIAL FRACTURES

In childhood, a generally impetuous nature and adventurous spirit combine to encourage participation in physical activities with little thought to immediate consequences, still paradoxically facial injuries in children are much less common than adults. Above all the immense capacity for healing in children within the shortest possible time with a minimum of complications, the assistance that growth can give, and the inherent ability to adapt to a new situation are quite different from what we see in adults. The pattern of Craniomaxillofacial fractures seen in children and adolescents varies with evolving skeletal anatomy and socioenvironmental factors. Mandibular fractures are the most common facial skeletal injury in pediatric trauma patients. Mandibular fractures in children most commonly occur in the condylar region, followed by parasymphysis and angle. The principles involved in the treatment of facial injuries are same irrespective of the age of the patient. However, the techniqu…

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