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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.5.2004.tde-29072005-103543
Document
Author
Full name
Cristiane Pinto Ribeiro
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2004
Supervisor
Committee
Crivello Junior, Oswaldo (President)
Araujo, Maria Ercilia de
Lemos, Jose Benedito Dias
Title in Portuguese
"Traumatismos alvéolo-dentários: estudo de uma amostra hospitalar"
Keywords in Portuguese
ALVÉLO DENTAL/lesões
ESTUDOS TRANSVERSAIS
FRATURAS DOS DENTES/epidemiologia
FRATURAS MAXILOMANDIBULARES/epidemiologia
SÃO PAULO (SP)
Abstract in Portuguese
A quantidade de trabalhos específicos sobre os traumatismos alvéolo-dentários de maior extensão encontrados na literatura é pequena. Este estudo mostra o resultado de 127 casos de traumatismos alvéolo-dentários diagnosticados no Hospital Municipal Arthur Ribeiro de Saboya, em São Paulo, entre junho de 2001 e dezembro de 2002. A análise dos dados permitiu identificar o grupo etário de 0 a 10 anos e o sexo masculino como os mais atingidos, a queda como o fator etiológico mais comum e a fratura alveolar como o principal tipo de lesão encontrada. A maioria dos pacientes apresentou lesões extra e intra orais e 73,2% tardaram até 05 horas para procurar atendimento após o acontecimento do trauma.
Title in English
Dento-alveolar injuries : a hospital sample survey
Keywords in English
DENTAL FRACTURES
DENTO ALVEOLAR
MAXILOMANDIBULAR FRACTURES
SÃO PAULO (SP)
TRANSVERSAL STUDIES
Abstract in English
There are few specific reports in the literature bearing information on dento-alveolar injuries. A survey was done considering 127 patients recorded from June 2001 to December 2002 showing dento-alveolar injuries treated at the Arthur Ribeiro Saboya Municipal Hospital, Sao Paulo, Brazil. The analysis of data revealed that male patients and the age group 0–10 yr were most prevalently involved in this kind of trauma, the main cause was accidental fall and alveolar fractures were the most frequent type of injury. The majority of the patients suffered some kind of soft tissues injuries and 73,2% of the patients received the first dental assistance during the first 5 hours following the incident.
 
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Publishing Date
2005-08-11
 
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