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PDF | Based on the accumulated experience, the present study evaluates and discusses.n (3) Professor of Titular Pathology QuirÃºrgica Bucal y Maxillofacial.
We propose to simplify this analysis and separate the clinical descriptions of all 3 types of syndrome and/or 3 types of maxillofacial trauma. (4) These syndromes have entered other diagnostic manuals for damage to the maxillofacial regions. The name is made up of cranial, facial or – craniofacial.
During the first half of the 1960s, the causative factors of skull deformities were sometimes underestimated or simply misattributed. A. Edelstein also insisted on their insufficient assessment. (5) In the 1959s, for example, he called it the asymmetry syndrome. (6) (Edelstein’s adenopathy, one of the few rare manifestations). (7)
As a result, there were many misunderstandings and contradictions in the classifications. (8) Clinical descriptions were also poorly grouped. (9) Mixed damage and multiple damage to the face, skull, and sutures. (10) Therefore, many individuals with isolated skull fractures have been misidentified as craniofacial. (11) This process led to a deterioration in understanding in assessing the cause and dynamics of the symptom. Many of the skull heads, indeed deformed, turned out to be poorly known and unidentified, especially in the Balkans.(12)
(13) In the late 1960s, the need for a common understanding of the causes and clinical manifestations of jaw trauma and facial deformities was recognized.
Symptoms and syndromes of facial trauma and deformation
Symbols and wounds, syndrome (14) – skulls. (15) in figure (16) (dynamics of the facial skeleton)
The third distinguishing feature of the injury and its injuries of the skull is, as noted, the general symptoms of the injury.
On the one hand, damage to the jaws and skull is not limited to frontal craniofacial pain, which is one of the main symptoms, as well as other symptoms of traumatic injury. (17) On the other hand, in each skull – have the features of the clinical picture. (eighteen)
Symbolic relationship between injury and facial skeleton
In the first stage of this damage, the skull bone loses density. (19) (Jacobson’s callus) excessive bone regeneration occurs and damage to the skull bone occurs.
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