Translated Titles

A Retrospective Study of Maxillofacial Fractures in Armed Police Forces


闫军峰(Jun-Feng Yan);郭起(Qi Guo);冯正虎(Zheng-Hu Feng)

Key Words

武警官兵 ; 颌骨骨折 ; 训练伤 ; 阻生第三磨牙 ; Armed police forces ; Maxillofacial fractures ; Military training ; Unerupted third molars



Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

21卷1期(2005 / 02 / 28)

Page #

88 - 89

Content Language


Chinese Abstract


English Abstract

Objective: To analyse characteristic of maxillofacial fractures and investigate methods of prevention and treatment in armed police forces. Methods: Causes, locations, patterns and treatment methods of fracture were reviewed in 115 clinical cases. Results: Maxillofacial fractures were more common in soldiers, the leading cause of fracture was injury in military training. Mandibular angle fracture outranked others region. Single and close fracture were more common than open and multiple fracture, and internal rigid fixation was the primary method in treatment. Conclusions: Injury in military training was leading cause of maxillofacial fractures in armed police forces. Mandibular angle fracture ratio was the highest. Preventixe methods should he adopted. Unerupted third molars lam he extracted preventively.

Topic Category 醫藥衛生 > 牙科與口腔科