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Central Asian Journal of Medicine

Abstract

Introduction. The article analyzes the literature data on diagnosis, planning and surgical treatment of patients with orbital floor fractures. Until the 70s of the twentieth century, purulent-inflammatory diseases of the face and neck were the predominant pathology, followed by a gradual increase in the number of patients with traumatic injuries. Modern statistics also indicates an increase in the number of patients with fractures of the facial skeleton as one of the most common injuries of the middle zone of the face, in frequency second only to damage to the nasal bones. Despite a significant number of works, the literature data on the choice of diagnostic, planning and surgical treatment are rather fragmentary and not systematized, which allows to orient the activity of the maxillofacial surgeon and scientific research on the development and improvement of diagnostic methods, planning and surgical treatment of orbital floor fractures.

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