Research Article| Volume 12, ISSUE 4, P421-426, April 1959

Management of multiple, compound, comminuted mandibular fracture in a 3-year-old child

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      Circumferential wiring, as used effectively in adults, was applicable to the immobilization of a fractured mandible in a 3-year-old boy.
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