Management of facial trauma
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Your trauma patient from Trauma Tribulation has arrived… A trauma call was activated and the team assembled. The patient was transferred onto a bed in the trauma bay, and removed from a spinal board used fro transfer. Handover and vital signs are being obtained as the trauma team get to work. Intubation may also be advisable prior to invasive procedures e.
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AO CMF Course - Management of Facial Trauma (Rosemont, IL)
Facial Nerve Trauma: Clinical Evaluation and Management Strategies
A facial palsy is weakness or paralysis of the muscles of the face. The facial nerve arises in the pons formed as separate sensory and motor roots , before travelling in the internal acoustic meatus, very close to the inner ear. As they enter the facial canal, the two roots fuse to form a single facial nerve, before giving off intracranial branches of the greater petrosal nerve, nerve to stapedius, and chorda tympani. The facial nerve then exits the facial canal and the cranium via the stylomastoid foramen. The first extracranial branches given off are the posterior auricular nerve, nerve to digastrics, and nerve stylohyoid.
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A facial fracture is a broken bone in the face. The face has a complex bone structure. The facial skeleton consists of the:.
The CMGs offer information on the diagnosis and management of a range of conditions that present with varying frequency in primary and first contact care. Cellulitis preseptal and orbital Dacryocystitis acute Dacryocystitis chronic Dry eye previously named 'tear deficiency' Nasolacrimal duct obstruction. Episcleritis Scleritis. Uveitis anterior, acute and recurrent.