Structure and surgical treatment of cranio‑facial injury in Vladivostok Clinical Hospital No. 2

Written by Okonskaya Yu.I., Totorkulov R.I., Pavlov V.A., Emelyanov D.I.

  UDK: 617.51/52‑001‑089.8 | Pages: 64-66 | Full text PDF | Open PDF 


The paper analyses examination and follow‑up cases
of 435 patients with cranio‑facial injury in Vladivostok Clinical
Hospital No.2 in 2009‑2011. Most patients were young men of ac‑
tive working age. The fractures of the upper facial and midfacial
areas prevailed and were caused by road accidents. The home and
road accidents mostly resulted from alcohol and drug intoxica‑
tion. The early surgical repair allowed achieving maximum func‑
tional and aesthetic results, avoiding or minimising possibility of
post‑injury deformations and speeding up regress of neurological

Links to authors:

Yu.I. Okonskaya, R.I. Totorkulov, V.A. Pavlov, D.I. Emelyanov
Vladivostok Clinical Hospital No.2 (57 Russkaya St. Vladivostok 690105 Russian Federation)

  1.  1. Belchenko V.A. The reconstruction of the upper and middle face
    zones in patients with posttraumatic deformities and defects of
    the facial skeleton by using the membranous origin autografts
    of titanium and steel: the thesis. M., 1996. 463 p.
    2. Dadykin A.V., Dadykin V.F., Kovshov V.V. The providing
    specialized care to patients with concomitant injury of the
    middle zone facial skull // Proceedings of the IX All‑Russian
    scientific‑practical conference devoted to the memory of
    I.Ya. Razdolskogo, I.S. Vaskina, A.V. Bondarchuka. SPb.,
    2010. P. 48–49.
    3. Eolchiyan S.A., Potapov A.A., Van Dam F.A. et al. Craniofacial
    trauma / / Clinical guidelines for traumatic brain injury. M.:
    Medicina, 2002. P. 313–364.
    4.Ippolitov V.P. Post‑traumatic deformation of the midface: the
    thesis. M., 1986. 408 p.
    5.Karayan A.S. The simultaneous removal of post‑traumatic defects
    and deformities of the cheekbones‑nasal‑orbital complex: the
    thesis. M., 2007. 235 p.
    6.Ajagbe H.A., Daramola J.O., Oluwasanmi J.O. Civilian‑type facial
    injuries. A retrospective study of cases seen at the University
    College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria // Niger. Med. J. 1977. No. 7.
    Р. 432–436.
    7.Al Ahmed H.E., Jaber M.A., Abu Fanas S.H., Karas M. The pat‑
    tern of maxillofacial fractures in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates:
    A review of 230 case // Oral. Surg. Oral. Med. Oral. Pathol. Oral.
    Radiol. Endod. 2004. No. 98. Р. 166–170.
    8. Down K.E., Boot D.A., Gorman D.F. Maxillofacial and associ‑
    ated injuries in severely traumatized patients: Implications of
    a regional survey // Int. J. Oral. Maxillofac. Surg. 1995. No. 24.
    Р. 409–412.
    9. Gruss J.S., Bubak P.J., Egbert M.A. Craniofacial fractures: An
    algorithm to optimize results // Clin. Plast. Surg. 1992. No. 19.
    Р. 195–206.
    10.Hung Y.C., Montazem A, Costello M.A. The correlation between
    mandible fractures and loss of Consciousness // J. Oral. Maxil‑
    lofac. Surg. 2004. No. 62. Р. 938–942.
    11. Olson R.A., Fonseca R.J., Zeitler D. . Fractures of the mandible:
    A review of 580 cases // J. Oral. Maxillofac. Surg. 1982. No. 40.
    Р. 23.
    12. Ugboko V.I., Odusanya S.A., Fagade O.O. Maxillofacial fractures
    in a semi‑urban Nigerian teaching hospital: A review of 442 cases
    // The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. 1998.
    No. 27. Р. 286–289.
    13. Zargar M., Khaji A., Karbakhsh M., Zarei M.R. Epidemiology
    study of facial injuries during a 13 month of trauma registry
    in Tehran // Indian Journal of Medical Science. 2004. No. 58.
    Р. 109–114.


Founded in 1997  |  Editions in a year: 4, Articles in one issue: 30 |  ISSN of print version: 1609-1175  |  Ind.: 18410 (Agency "Rospechat’")  |  Edition: 1000 c.