Everting Fracture of Entire Frontal Bone: Management and Importance of Preliminary Reconstruction

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A 34-year-old woman with severe craniofacial trauma, which included eversion of the entire frontal bone, survived with high-quality functional and cosmetic results as a consequence of efficient and aggressive action by emergency technicians and physicians. Early preliminary steps of craniofacial reconstruction provided a structural foundation that facilitated this outcome.

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