FEASIBILITY AND EFFICACY OF LAG SCREWS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MANDIBULAR SYMPHYSIS AND PARASYMPHYSIS FRACTURES
|Submitted by :||Sanjay Byakode|
|University:||Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka, India|
|E-mail :||[email protected]|
|Supervisor's Name :||Dr Basavaraj Sikkerimath|
|Year of award :||2007|
|Awards :||MASTER OF DENTAL SURGERY|
The most commonly used methods for fixation of mandibular fractures are Intermaxillary fixation, non-compression plates, Compression plates and Transosseous wiring. Only few studies are reported in the literature regarding Lag Screw fixation for the treatment of mandibular anterior fractures, & in most studies authors have used cortical screws (screws having threads all over the length of screw). The present study was undertaken to evaluate the feasibility and efficacy of true lag screws (screws having threads at only terminal end) in the management of mandibular anterior fractures.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
1) To evaluate the feasibility and efficacy of lag screws having threads at only...
1. Introduction 1 2. Aims and Objectives 4 3. Review of Literature 5 4. Materials and Methods 23 5. Armamentarium 33 6. Illustrations 35 7. Patient Photographs 40 8. Results and Observations 44 9. Discussion 54 10. Summary and Conclusion 65 11. Bibliography 69 12. Annexures 75