Title, Killey’s Fractures of the Mandible Issue 5 of Dental practitioner handbook. Author, Homer Charles Killey. Editor, Peter Banks. Edition, 3, illustrated, reprint. (3E ) Outline of diagnosis & treatment incl. surgical anatomy radiology postoperative care complications. Killey’s fractures of the mandible, 3rd ed. Banks P. Littleton, Mass., John Wright, , pages, 66 illustrations, paperback, $ Killey’s fractures of the.
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Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? We proposed a revised classification of mandibular fracture with well-defined categories and its components in a systematic way along with inclusion of unique case of the totally avulsioned mandible in our classification. He classified mandibular fractures in 5 groups according to the site of injury [ 9 ]. Subscribe to our newsletter Some error text Name.
It was the First attempt for unified and standard classification of mandibular fractures is known as formula of fracture of Gratz.
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L1 – incisivum, L2 – caninum, L3 -premolars — molars; L4 – angulus mandibulae L5 -ramus mandibulae; Fradtures – proc. They assessed mandibular fractures using the taxonomy described and added weighting factors to address severity [ 13 ]. Mandible fractures are among the most common skeletal injuries in following trauma due to its anatomical location and less support from cranium. Ann Med Health Sci Res. For appropriate management of mandibular fracture, a comprehensive and therapy relevant classification is required.
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Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. They assessed mandibular fractures using the taxonomy described and added weighting factors to address severity. They divided fracture into 8 categories with alphanumeric marks.
Newer Proposed Classification of Mandibular Fractures: A Critical Review with Recent Updates
It is similar to above classification but except the canine site was removed. There exist a lot of classifications of mandibular fractures with their merits and demerits.
In maxillofacial trauma, the mandible is the most common facial fracture after nasal bone. He took into account many of the aforementioned classifications described and developed four categories of mandibular fractures [ 7 ].
The classification should be easy to use, contain all the aspects of fracture clinical and radiolographic and easily understandable by clinician of different specialty. Classification of mandibular fracture according to anatomical location.
Dingman and Natvig [ 2 ] classified Mandibular fractures into many division but not included occlusion, infection, dislocation fractyres. It includes total avulsion of mandible point also into two location i. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.
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Wright,Bristol; 2nd edition August 19, Language: Greenstick fracture, Comminuted fracture, Complex fracture, depressed fracture, impacted fracture and Pathological fractures. Symphysis, parasymphysis, body region, angle region, ramus region, condylar process, coronoid process. They use Spiral multislice CT to precisely quoting the mandibular fractures based on location, into alveolar, mandibular proper, and condylar fractures [ 14 ]. Dental Practical Handbooks Paperback: The proposed classification FLOATIS almost covers all the required criteria of mandiblar fractures classification like Type of fracture, location and combination of fracture, occlusion, other associated fractures, teeth in line of fracture, presence or absence of infection and soft tissue component.
Pogrel and Kaban [ 9 ] classified mandibular fractures in five groups according to the location of the fracture.
Technically, total avulsion of mandible is not a fracture but is a complete dislocation or disarticulation as a result of maxillofacial trauma. He classified newer classification It consists of alpha-numeric system similar to TNM classification of tumours [ 10 ].
Classified mandibular fractures into six categories for simplification in classification [ 3 ]. Since the case has been reported fracfures 16 ] it should be included into classification.
This classification can only be used where CT scan facilities are available. Anatomic parts of the mandible are the manrible, parasymphysis, body, angle, ramus, coronoid process, condyle, and alveolus. This system gives standard documentation of mandibular fractures, but clearity in sub categories and application status is still required.