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PERIOPERATIVE ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF MAXILLOFACIAL TRAUMA INCLUDING OPHTHALMIC INJURIES

      Traumatic injuries to the maxillofacial region are of utmost concern to anesthesiologists, considering their intimate association with the airway. The complex anatomy of the cervicomaxillofacial region and the plethora of injuries that can occur, each with its own impact on anesthetic management, necessitate that anesthesiologists have a working knowledge of the anatomy, types of injuries, and their impact on care.
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