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Up to 60 percent of patients with severe facial injuries have multisystem trauma and have potential for airway compromise. The alarming nature of facial injuries may divert attention from more occult life threats. Management requires a coordinated team approach, necessitating involvement of emergency physicians, and surgical specialists in ear-nose-throat (ENT), trauma, plastics, and oral surgery ( T,ab,!®,,,24,9:,l).
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