- [Chondrosarcoma original from the zygomatic arch: A case report and literature review]. [Case Reports]
- ZNZhong Nan Da Xue Xue Bao Yi Xue Ban 2019 Jun 28; 44(6):720-724
- Chondrosarcoma original from the zygomatic arch is a very rare disease with high malignancy. Surgery is the main means of treatment at present for duo to its poor sensitivity to radiochemotherapy. We…
Chondrosarcoma original from the zygomatic arch is a very rare disease with high malignancy. Surgery is the main means of treatment at present for duo to its poor sensitivity to radiochemotherapy. We reported a young patient who was recovery well in a 4-years follow-up without radiochemotherapy after a total resection of the tumor.
- Facial Trauma: A Retrospective Study of 1262 Patients. [Journal Article]
- AMAnn Maxillofac Surg 2019 Jan-Jun; 9(1):135-139
- CONCLUSIONS: Treatment of facial fractures often focuses on functional or esthetic outcomes, and the outcomes are often substantially worse than those of other trauma treatments. Given the esthetic value of the face, facial trauma often leads to heightened emotional distress.
- Oro-facial rehabilitation of cancer patients: 'Zygomatic 2019'-1-2 March 2019, London, UK. [Journal Article]
- EEcancermedicalscience 2019; 13:925
- This first truly global conference on the use of zygomatic implants for the oral reconstruction of patients with compromised or deficient maxillae was held at the Museum of London from 1 to 2 March 2…
This first truly global conference on the use of zygomatic implants for the oral reconstruction of patients with compromised or deficient maxillae was held at the Museum of London from 1 to 2 March 2019. It attracted over 200 clinicians and academics from 24 nations and reviewed over 25 years' experience and research in this field. This conference presented concepts heralding new opportunities for the oro-facial rehabilitation of doctor-induced osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ), both osteonecrosis radiation-induced (ORN) and medication-induced ONJ (MRONJ) in oncology patients.
- Congenital infiltrating lipomatosis of the face: A subtype of hemifacial hyperplasia. [Journal Article]
- IJInt J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 2019 Jun 30; 125:107-112
- CONCLUSIONS: CILF is a congenital developmental facial malformation characterized by infiltration of nonencapsulated, mature adipose tissue, resulting in facial soft and hard tissue hypertrophy and dental malformations in hemifacial structures. CILF could be considered as a subtype of HH.
- Defining the Zygomaticosphenoidal Angle as a Guide to Anatomic Zygomaticomaxillary Complex Fracture Reduction. [Journal Article]
- JCJ Craniofac Surg 2019 Jun 28
- CONCLUSIONS: The zygomaticosphenoidal angle is a useful reference, in conjunction with stereotactic navigation, for reduction of zygomaticomaxillary complex fractures. Contralaterally obtained patient-specific data may be used to guide unilateral repair. Normative values may serve as reference in bilateral injury.
- Re: Patient-specific sub-periosteal zygoma implant for prosthetic rehabilitation of large maxillary defects after oncological resection. [Letter]
- IJInt J Oral Maxillofac Surg 2019 Jun 13
- [Expert consensus on navigation-guided unilateral delayed zygomatic fractures reconstruction techniques]. [Journal Article]
- ZKZhonghua Kou Qiang Yi Xue Za Zhi 2019 Jun 09; 54(6):363-367
- The zygoma is located in the medial and lateral parts of the face, supporting the midfacial contour. The forward projection of the zygoma and the zygomatic arch expose them to frequent injury. Fractu…
The zygoma is located in the medial and lateral parts of the face, supporting the midfacial contour. The forward projection of the zygoma and the zygomatic arch expose them to frequent injury. Fractures of the zygoma can lead to displacement of the zygoma and the zygomatic arch, causing facial collapse deformity. For delayed zygomatic fractures, the loss of normal anatomical landmarks, caused by the malunion of the fracture lines and remodeling of the bony contour, makes it difficult to determine the correct positions of the zygomatic bones. In such cases, using traditional surgical methods, ideal and steady outcomes with satisfactory midface symmetry have been difficult to obtain. Nowadays, the application of digital surgical software and surgical navigation help surgeons to perform accurate preoperative simulations to obtain ideal 3-dimensional (3D) virtual surgical plans, and achieve accurate reduction by intraoperative navigation systems, which increase the accuracy and predictability of fracture reduction outcomes. Experts from the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Committee of the Chinese Stomatological Association have fully discussed and formulated an expert consensus on navigation-guided unilateral delayed zygomatic fracture reconstruction techniques, to standardize the clinical operation procedures and promote the application.
- Maxillofacial Fractures Associated With Interpersonal Violence. [Journal Article]
- JCJ Craniofac Surg 2019; 30(4):e312-e315
- Interpersonal violence is a major cause of maxillofacial fractures. The aim of this study was to analyze the characteristics of these fractures associated in an effort to develop more effective manag…
Interpersonal violence is a major cause of maxillofacial fractures. The aim of this study was to analyze the characteristics of these fractures associated in an effort to develop more effective management. The clinical records and radiographs of 272 patients with maxillofacial fractures associated with interpersonal violence collected during a 36-year period were retrospectively analyzed. Two hundred and nineteen patients were male (80.5%) and 53 (19.5%) were female. The patients ranged in age from 1 to 77 years. Two hundred and two patients (74.3%) were aged 10 to 29 years. The injury was the result of impact by a fist/hand/elbow in 224 patients (82.3%). The fracture site was the mandible in 191 patients (70.2%), the midface in 78 (28.7%), and both sites in 3 (1.1%). One hundred and eight (39.6%) of 273 mandibular fractures were in the angle, 75 (27.5%) were in the symphysis, and 90 (33.0%) were at other sites. Forty-three (53.1%) of 81 fractures in the midface were in the zygoma, 19 (23.5%) were in the maxilla, and 19 (23.5%) were at other sites. Fractures were more common on the left side. Nine patients (3.3%) also had injuries at other body sites. Ninety-five patients (34.9%) were treated by maxillomandibular fixation, 84 (30.9%) by open reduction and internal fixation, 59 (21.7%) by observation, 14 (5.1%) by intramaxillary splinting, 14 (5.1%) by transcutaneous reduction, and 6 (2.2%) by other procedures. Interpersonal violence-related maxillofacial fractures have characteristic features, especially with regard to site and laterality.
- Reconstruction of Bilateral Post-Traumatic Midfacial Defects Assisted by Three-Dimensional Craniomaxillofacial Data in Normal Chinese people-A Preliminary Study. [Journal Article]
- JOJ Oral Maxillofac Surg 2019 May 07
- CONCLUSIONS: For patients with bilateral post-traumatic midfacial defects across the midline, the use of a 3-dimensional craniomaxillofacial database can be considered a feasible method for providing reference data for preoperative planning.
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- Novel Surgical Technique for Repair of Zygomatic Fractures: Lever Technique. [Journal Article]
- PSPlast Surg (Oakv) 2019; 27(2):135-140
- CONCLUSIONS: This minimally invasive surgical procedure we have developed can be successfully used both in the minimal access approach and in ORIF, especially in delayed cases. We recommend this method due to the reasons that it is safe to conduct, easy to learn, fast to apply, simple to perform, and also economical to deploy.