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Manual of Internal Fixation in the Cranio-Facial Skeleton: by Leon A. Assael D.M.D., Douglas W. Klotch M.D., F.A.C.S., PDF

By Leon A. Assael D.M.D., Douglas W. Klotch M.D., F.A.C.S., Paul N. Manson M.D., Joachim Prein M.D., D.M.D., Berton A. Rahn M.D., D.M.D., Wilfried Schilli M.D., D.M.D. (auth.), Joachim Prein (eds.)

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Plast Reconstr Surg 66:54 Marx RE (1994) Clinical application of bone biology to mandibular and maxillary reconstruction. Clin Plast Surg 21:377 Matter P, Brennwald J, Perren SM (1974) Biologische Reaktion des Knochens auf Osteosyntheseplatten. Helv Chir Acta [Suppl] 12:1 Müller ME, Nazarian S, Koch P (1987) Classification AO des fractures. 1 Les os longs. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York Müller ME, Nazarian S, Koch P, Schatzker J (1990) The comprehensive classification of fractures of long bones.

If the facial artery (FA) is dissected, the plane of the marginal branch is always above the vessel. Skin lacerations (see Fig. 3, SL) may be used for the approach to fractures and can be extended into the direction of skin lines or combined with separate incisions. Orbit and Zygoma: The subciliar incision (SCI) is the most common exposure for the malar bone, inferior orbital rim, and orbital floor. The orbicularis muscle is separated in its fibers 5 mm below to the skin incision. Lower blepharoplasty incision (LBI) is less advisable because of the danger of postoperative ectropion, especially in elderly patients.

B The screw hole is a section from of an inclined and a horizontal cylinder. c Movement of the screw head with its spherical undersurface in the DC hole of the plate. d The eccentrically placed screw arrives at the rim of the platehole. e As the screw is driven in, it glides within the platehole to its final position (f). a b Fig. 7 a–c Compression with a plate. a The two innermost screws should be placed eccentrically within the DC holes. b As these screws are driven in, they approximate the fragments.

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