A Study Of Mandible Fracture Cases A - Prospective Observational Study

A Study Of Mandible Fracture Cases A - Prospective Observational Study

  • DR. Varshal J. Barot Assistant Professor, Department Of Dentistry, GMERS Medical College & Hospital, Junagadh
  • DR. Senbagadevi S 3rd Year Resident,Department Of Otorhinolaryngology, Sir T Hospital And Government Medical College Bhavnagar
  • DR. Sushil G. Jha HOD & Professor, Department Of Otorhinolaryngology, Sir T Hospital And Government Medical College Bhavnagar
  • DR. Raji S. Desai 3rd Year Resident,Department Of Otorhinolaryngology, Sir T Hospital And Government Medical College Bhavnagar
Keywords: le fracture, male , road traffic accident , plating and wiring

Abstract

Background: Mandible fractures constitute the substantial proportion of cases of maxillofacial trauma . This study is to evaluate and compare cases of mandibular fracture based on its etiology, age, gender, anatomical distribution and treatment modalities. Material And Methods: The study was carried out on 72 cases of mandible fracture patients who were admitted in Otorhinolaryngology department of Sir.T.Hospital and Government Medical College, Bhavnagar from August 2019 to August 2020. Result: Age: <10years – 12.8%, 11 to 20years – 24.8%, 21 to 30years -29%, 31 to 40years – 22%, 41 to 50years – 6.4%, >50years- 5% .Gender: Male-81.3%, Female-18.7% . Etiology: Road traffic accidents- 62%, fall down- 22%, assault- 12.8%, sports- 3%. Site Of Fracture: Body of mandible -30%, angle-25%, condyle- 20%, parasymphysis-14%, symphysis-6%, ramus-3%, coronoid-2%. Treatment: Plating- 24%, wiring- 11.9%, Plating+wiring- 60%, conservative – 4.1%. Conclusion: Age: The age group between 21 to 30 years of age were most commonly affected. Gender: Males are more commonly affected than females. Cause: Road Traffic Aaccidents being the most commom cause of mandible fracture. Site: Body of mandible being the most common site to be fractured followed by angle and condyle of mandible. Mode Of Treatment: Plating And Wiring was the most common surgical method required for the fracture treatment. [Barot V Natl J Integr Res Med, 2021; 12(3): 54-58]

Published
2021-07-01
How to Cite
DR. Varshal J. Barot, DR. Senbagadevi S, DR. Sushil G. Jha, & DR. Raji S. Desai. (2021). A Study Of Mandible Fracture Cases A - Prospective Observational Study: A Study Of Mandible Fracture Cases A - Prospective Observational Study. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 12(3), 54-58. Retrieved from http://nicpd.ac.in/ojs-/index.php/njirm/article/view/3079
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