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facial bone

[′fā·shəl ‚bōn]
(anatomy)
The bone comprising the nose and jaws, formed by the maxilla, zygoma, nasal, lacrimal, palatine, inferior nasal concha, vomer, mandible, and parts of the ethmoid and sphenoid.
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(2-5) In this report, we present a rare case of DA of the ICA occurring as a complication of facial bones trauma.
Most facial bone fractures involve the mandible and this might be related to the direction and quantity of force that the mandible is exposed to.
Caption: Figure 7: (a) Preoperative and postoperative anterior view of facial bones using CT with 3D reconstruction.
Being beautiful mean thin, to have certain facial bone structure and to have a special body type.
Khaled al-Aouf order of dedication of the first degree for inventing a modern scientific method for curing jaw and facial bone deformation.
The mandible is the second most commonly fractured facial bone in children, after nasal bone fractures.
Out of the 113 RTA victims 87 (76.9%) suffered with one or more types of brain injuries, among the brain injured victims (87) almost all had 87 (100.0%) pneumocephalus, 85 (97.7%) were had intracranial hemorrhage, 42(48.2%) had brain edema, 39 (44.8%) had brain concussion, 13 (14.9%) had brain laceration, Of the 113 victims a total of 44(38.9%) were suffered with Facial bone fractures, among the 44 facial bone fractures nasal bone fractures were commonest 21(47.7%), followed by Teeth dislocation 10 (22.2%), Jaw bone fracture were 8 (18.1%), and Maxillary fracture were only 5 (11.3%).
Facial bone fractures are one of the most common injuries and draw special attention from a great number of clinicians.
Descriptive statistics were performed for the socio-demographic data, maxillofacial trauma (soft tissue injuries, facial bone fractures and dentoalveolar trauma) and type of accident.
The explosion caused a severe facial injury, with deep lacerations and facial bone fractures requiring surgery, and almost resulting in a lost eye.
The facial bone x-ray and CT head scan did not reveal any obvious fracture or abnormality.
However, there was a problem: due to the facial bone not being symmetric the defined mirror plane had to be different from the vertical mid-plane.