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Published In: Volume 4 Issue 4, April-2019
Abstract: Nasal bone fractures are the most common type of facial fractures, accounting for ~40% of facial fractures 1.Nasal bone fractures, when isolated, are most commonly a displaced fracture of one of the paired nasal bones. There is often association with other facial fractures and this requires careful assessment 3,It should be noted that cartilaginous injuries cannot be detected radiologically and that imaging of simple nasal bone fractures often add little to patient management.Treatment of such fractures ranges from using a simple, closed reduction technique to aggressive open reduction and internal fixation techniques5. The use of a closed or open approach will then depend on the extent of the injury.This study was conducted from MAY 2016 to APRIL 2018 at skims mch , srinagar.The study included 110 patients who were diagnosed with nasal fracture.Treatment methods of nasal fractures differs from patient to patient according to some critical factors including, age of patient, trauma time, anesthesia type, necessity for acute versus delayed reduction, and surgical approach. The patients were assigned to one of the four groups according to their fracture type. According to our study, the closed reduction technique is used to manage closed, simple, unilateral and bilateral nasal bone fractures with good (89%) satisfactory results.In cases with NOE, no technique other than open reduction and direct fixation is suitable to obtain good results. The use of a closed or open approach will then depend on the extent of the injury. It is mandatory to determine the appropriate technique according to the type of nasal fractures.
Keywords: fracture nasal bone, transnasal fixation, closed reduction (CR), open reduction (OR), transnasal fixation (TNF), and naso-orbito-ethmoidal (NOE)
Cite Article: "NASAL BONE FRACTURE - MANAGEMENT", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.4, Issue 4, page no.5 - 8, April-2019, Available :
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ISSN: 2456-3315 | IMPACT FACTOR: 8.14 Calculated By Google Scholar| ESTD YEAR: 2016
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