Trends in the aetiology of facial fractures in the south of Ireland (1975-1993).
AffiliationPlastic Surgery Department, Cork University Hospital.
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CitationIr Med J. 1996 Sep-Oct;89(5):188-9.
JournalIrish medical journal
AbstractAn aetiological review of 332 patients with facial fractures seen in a 1 year period (1993) was carried out and compared to a similar study of 266 patients, performed in this unit in 1975. Males predominated in both years. Two thirds of fractures occurred in the second and third decades. Road traffic accident (RTA) related facial fractures decreased from 27% of the total in 1975 to 17% in 1993. Assault related facial fractures increased from 18% of the total in 1975 to 27% in 1993. In both study periods nasal fractures were the most common facial fracture seen and sport was the most common cause of facial fracture. The number of patients undergoing surgery increased from 67% of the total to 79% over the same period.
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