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The problems associated with traumatic detachment of the lingual musculature from the mandible with concurrent oral-cutaneous fistulization and related open mandibular fractures are discussed. A case is reported in which treatment of such an injury, combining surgery and a prosthetic device, led to a successful conclusion.
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