Patients and methods 4 results 5 discussion 6 cross references 7 references 4 • a study was conducted to evaluate incidence, patterns and epidemiology of mandibular condylar fractures (mcf) to propose a treatment strategy for managing mcf and analyze the factors which influence the outcome. This study aims to evaluate incidence, patterns and epidemiology of mandibular condylar fractures (mcf) to propose a treatment strategy for managing mcf and analyze the factors which influence the outcome one hundred and seventy-five mcf's were evaluated over a four year period and their pattern. Management of condylar fractures in young patients ka dere ∗ , c ava˘g, ö baslarli, m akkocao˘glu department of oral and maxillofacial surgery, hacettepe university dentistry faculty, turkey mandibular condylar fractures ( mcf) are a type of facial bone fractures in children about 148% of all facial fractures and.
Download citation | sequelae of unrecogn | the mandibular condyle is a commonly involved site of maxillofacial trauma in children however, this injury is often overlooked on initial physical examination in the emergency department in cases involving blunt trauma to the chin it is important.
Condyle1-3 management of mandibular condylar fractures (mcfs) remains an ongoing matter of controversy in maxillofacial surgery this controversy abbreviations: cct, controlled clinical trial ct, closed reduction treatment imf, intermaxillary fixation mcf, mandibular condylar fracture orif, open reduction– internal.
Fractures of the mandibular body are generally caused by direct trauma, whereas most of the condylar injuries are the result of indirect forces, usually applied to the chin owing to the few symptoms and the inadequate radiographic examination, mandibular condylar fractures (mcf) are frequently. Mandibular condylar fractures commonly occur after trauma, generally presenting as fracture of the condylar neck or dislocation of the temporo- mandibular joint according to bradley,1 condylar fractures account for 25% to 35% of all mandibular fractures both intracapsular and extracapsular fractures of the condyle.