FRACTURES OF THE MANDIBLE CAUSED BY STONING—RETURN OF AN ANCIENT ENTITY

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Abstract

Fifteen patients with mandibular fractures related to stone-throwing incidents are presented. Three illustrative cases are discussed in detail. Criteria for selecting management by early surgical intervention or a conservative approach are discussed. The ultimate aim in management in to preserve the greatest possible amount of function with the least risk and morbidity for the patients.

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