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Missile War Injuries of the Face and Maxillofacial Injuries in Road Traffic Accident
Raja Kummoona
Published Date:
January, 2015
Science Publishing Group
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Table of Contents
Front Matter
Chapter 1 Missile War Injuries of the Face
1.1 Missile War Injuries of the Facial Skeleton
1.2 The Working Classification of Missile Injuries of the Face Based on Three Criteria
1.2.1 Mechanisms of Injuries and Ballistics Wounds
1.2.2 Schools of Managements
1.2.3 Technique for Managements of Immediate Phase of Missile Injuries
1.2.4 Missile Injuries of Head and Orbit
1.3 Glasgow Coma Scale
1.3.1 Grades of Best Motor Response
1.3.2 Grades of Best Verbal Response
1.3.3 Eye Opening
1.3.4 Coma
1.3.5 Intermediate Management Phase
1.3.6 Carotid Tree Changes of Maxillofacial Missile Injuries by Doppler Sonography
1.4 Posttraumatic Missile Injuries of the Orofacial Region
1.4.1 Deformities of Post Traumatic Missile Injuries, Classified as Follow
1.4.2 Deformities of the Face Featuring as Follow
1.4.3 The Principle of the Reconstruction of the Orofacial Deformities’ Was Summarized as Follows
1.4.4 Iraqi Iranian War
1.4.5 Technique of Primary Reconstruction
1.4.6 Technique of Secondary Phase Reconstruction
Chapter 2 Maxillofacial Injuries in Road Traffic Accident and Other Traumatic Injuries
2.1 Surgical Anatomy of the Facial Skeleton
2.2 Managements of Maxillofacial Injuries
2.3 Fractures
2.3.1 Materials & Results
2.3.2 The Priority of Managements of Facial Skeleton Injuries, Primary Care is Based on 4 Golden Cs (Life Saving Steps)
2.3.3 Classification of Maxillofacial Injuries
2.4 Techniques for Managements of Middle Third Injuries
2.4.1 External and Internal Fixation
2.4.2 Cerebrospinal Fluid Leakage (CSF)
2.4.3 Review the Managements of Maxillofacial Injuries
2.5 Managements of Injuries of the Orbital Skeleton
2.6 Classification of Orbital Injuries
2.7 Chrome Cobalt Mesh for Reconstruction of Traumatized Orbital Floor
2.8 Two Types of Blow out Injuries Were Described by Hopkins
2.8.1 For Successful Results These Points Should be Considered
2.8.2 Clinical Features
2.8.3 Access to the Orbital Floor
Chapter 3 Periorbital and Orbital Malignancies: Methods of Managements and Reconstruction
3.1 Pioneering Surgeons Targeting Lesions of the Orbit by Two Techniques
3.1.1 Materials Results
3.1.2 Symptoms
3.1.3 Treatment Plane
3.1.4 Operative Technique
3.1.5 Results
Back Matter
Professor Raja Kummoona, Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FDSRCS), Emeritus professor of Maxillofacial Surgery, Iraqi Board for Medical Specializations; Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine; Research Fellow Royal College of Surgeons of England (1975-1977); President of Iraqi Dental Society (1977-1985); Registrar of Primary FDSRCS in Iraq (1985-1990); the most distinguished professor of University of Baghdad (1991-1992); one of 40 top scientists in Iraq awarded gold medal for 3 years (2000-2002) by presidential celebration. He had many publications and contributions to science by advocating many surgical procedures and researches in cancer surgery and flap reconstruction, TMJ surgery, Maxillofacial injuries, Orbit tumors and Missile war injuries of the face with advancing surgery of war injuries of the face worldwide. With contribution in research in cancer, he is the finder of post graduate studies in maxillofacial surgery in Iraq. He was the editor of Neck Dissection, Clinical Application and Recent Advances, Feb. 2012, InTech and editor of monograph Surgical Reconstruction of the Temporo-Mandibulr Joint, 2013, Lambert, Germany. He published a book on Disease of the Temporomandibular Joint, Surgical Reconstruction, Clinical & Experimental Studies, Apr. 2014, SciencePG, USA.
This book reflects experience of the author in war surgery as a Hot Topic nowadays including missile war injuries of the face. The face is the most important part of the body. The international war of terrorist in Iraq and Syria is acrimonious, because of thousands of innocent people died every month and it is our daily life. Not many people got the chance to be treated by expert surgeons. The author's experience is recognized worldwide in managements of these cases for primary care or secondary phases which required a great knowledge, skill and expertise for managements of these complicated cases. A new classification for missile war injuries presented and advance research done on integrity of the carotid tree by using duplex sonography to study the peak systolic and end diastolic velocity and the intima, medial thickness of the carotid vessels, the flow and velocity of blood, these studies carried on post traumatic missile injuries cases. Many surgeons in the west do not know much about these types of injuries because they do not face it as we do. This book also contains chapter on maxillofacial injuries covering all parts of the facial skeleton fractures that have been effected and the author’s technique for managements of these cases by reduction and fixation by using external types by Halo Frame, Box Frame external pin fixation and internal suspension technique for managements of many difficult cases. Some of these cases were complicated with CSF leakage. The managements and the investigations were carried out by using spectrophotometry apparatus to differentiate between CSF and serum. Glasgow Coma Scale described and practiced on our patients with head injuries also described.

The book also contains orbital skeleton injuries and the various techniques which had been used for managements of very difficult cases of orbital skeleton injuries. These cases were treated by different techniques for reconstruction of orbital walls by chrome cobalt mesh, bone graft, Sialastic, Lyophilized Dura and combination of bone graft with additional layer of Sialastics in cases showed re-sorption of bone after one year later, the result was very optimistic for restoration of function, vision, canthus ligament fixation and aesthetic feature of the face.

The last chapter deals with orbital tumors and these tumors classified as malignant and benign tumors, the surgical managements of malignant tumors by exenterating of the orbit with augmentation of the orbit by temporalis muscle flap and reconstruction done by different local flaps. The results reflected our experience for managements of very difficult tumors of the orbit.

The book is nicely illustrated to cover all chapters with very interesting cases. I think this book is a leading atlas book worldwide in managements of missile war injuries with additional knowledge in civil facial injuries. I hope to present a very interesting and up to date knowledge with recent advances in managements of facial injuries in both war injuries and civil injuries.
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