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利用CBCT诊断及指导手术治疗下颌骨骨折Advances in Application of CBCT in Diagnosis and Treatment Designing of Mandible Fracture
赖仁发, 赵清桐, 沈山
下颌骨, 骨折, 移位, CBCT, 治疗Mandible; Fracture; Displacement; CBCT; Operation
《Asian Case Reports in Surgery》, Vol.1 No.1, 2012-06-28
Purpose: This paper is to illustrate and discuss the importance of cone beam computed tomography for ac- curate diagnose of mandible fracture and for the guidance of the operation designing. Method: A case of maxillofacial trauma was used for this report. A 38-year-old male patient was referred to Oral and Maxillofacial Department with a history of maxillofacial trauma. The history of patient revealed a traumatic injury on his face because worksite acci- dence. The patient as initially examined and diagnosed mandible fractures by a 2D panoramic film, but there isn’t any information about the displacement of the fracture ends and we don’t know the 3D structure about fracture ends. Therefore the 3D (CBCT) was performed. Results: Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) images can offer an accurate diagnosis; it can show the displacement of the fracture end, it can also give the surgeon a useful guidance for the operation process. Conclusion: CBCT is a useful tool for making an accurate diagnosis of maxillofacial trauma and can guide the operation.