EMPHYSEMATOUS COMPLICATIONS SOFT TISSUE OF MAXILLOFACIAL AREA AFTER DENTISTRY’S INTERFERENCE
Shakirov M.N., Ashurov G.G., Karimov S.M.
Department of Maxilla-Facial Surgery with Child Dentistry of State Educational Establishment «Institute of Postgraduate Education in Health Sphere of Republic of Tajikistan» Therapeutically Dentistry Department of State Educational Establishment «Institute of Postgraduate Education in Health Sphere of Republic of Tajikistan»
Aim. Discovery of determinate factors of the development and formation background principle treatments the emphysema of soft tissue maxillofacial area.
Materials and methods. Work is founded on analysis results development of emphysematous complications soft tissue of maxillofacial area after therapeutic, orthopedic and surgical interference beside dentistry patients at the age from 17 to 60. Amongst examined persons man and woman have formed 40% and 60% accordingly.
Results. Got results are indicative that when undertaking dentistry treatments should be attentively to the following typical sign of the emphysema soft tissue of maxillofacial area: absence of the inverse current irrigation liquids at endodontic interference in root channel; sharp pain to account microperforation the mucous of oral cavity; painful edema when palpation with accompanying of hematoma; symptom of parchment crunch in soft tissue.
Conclusion. Regardless of currents of the process, when arising clinical symptoms of emphysema, patient must be is in good time made to maxillofacial surgery's clinic for examination and treatments in stationary condition.
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