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S. Krokhmal’; Professor S. Karpov, MD; I. Vyshlova; A. Karpov; E. Nazarova, Candidate of
Medical Sciences; I. Gerbekova, Candidate of Medical Sciences; A. Kaloev, Candidate of Medical Sciences
Stavropol State Medical University

The epidemiological aspects of maxillofacial traumatic injury, including the using as a transportation of modern individual mobility resourses, as well as a result of delirium, generated by using new drugs are considered in this article; diagnostic injury features of present localization in combination with craniocerebral trauma and without it are discussed; there are different opinions of researchers covered the issue of early discovering combined traumas with craniofacial injuries and their consequences and also the high importance of prophylactic actions, especially the using of safety individual resourses. The interrelation between the maxillofacial traumas field and the presence of frequently cognitive shortage in the context of posttraumatic dysfunction is also considered in this research.

maxillofacial trauma
combined trauma
individual mobility resourses
brain concussion
computed tomographic scanning
cognitive dysfunction

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