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maxillo nasal dysplasia ( Binder's syndrome)
le fort III fracture
I think a history should be written with the X ray to clearify what are we looking for
If you look carefully the natural curvature of cervical vertibrae has lost.that may due to neck stiffness cause by meningitis.
NasoMaxillary Hypoplasia Bender's Syndrome
ramus fracture of the mandibleparasympheseal fracture of the mandible andlefor II fracture of the maxilla
le fort II fracture..
brief medical history would be fair.....
there is no fracture, since the mandible is not fully calcified, and the lateral projection is not adequate.it is otomastoiditis
it would be good to know the age of the child and some history, but it would seem a ligamentous disorder. Hyperlaxity, maybe!
a history and physical examination findings must be included in order to diagnose the patient. even radiolologists who read the plates need some history and/or chief complaints.
lefor II fracture
unqualified radiographer is the diagnosis.
Acromegally for investigation
i will go for a cancer a nose cancer ahhaha
cervical spine fracture
displasia cranio-facciale di Crouzon
i think a post med.history and physical exam finding must be included
where is the answer...?????
Image not adequate for diagnosis, and will need more views like OM, lateral, OF
i dont get it!! how could it be adenoid hypertrophy!!?? plz anybody explain??!
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