BDS 10025 Maxillofacial Trauma: Soft Tissue Injuries

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Which process of wound healing involves longer repair and healing time, greater chances of scarring, and increased chance of infections?

Which phase of the wound healing process involves denuding the epithelial layer, potential involvement of nerve endings, and minor bleeding from capillaries?

Which type of wound healing process creates more scar tissue?

What type of wound healing occurs when tissue edges are closed by stitches, staples, or steri-strips, resulting in quick and easy wound healing?

Which phase of the wound healing process involves the formation of new blood vessels, collagen deposition, and granulation tissue formation?

What is the primary cause of an abrasion?

What is the primary difference between primary and secondary intention wound healing?

What is a characteristic feature of tertiary intention wound healing?

What is the main purpose of applying gentle pressure for minor bleeding from capillaries?

'Wound has lots of lost tissue/ gaping edges' is a characteristic feature of which type of wound healing?

Which type of wound healing requires 'delayed closing' to allow for drainage and creates more scar tissue?

Which aspect is involved in orofacial region injuries as detailed in the lecture's aims?

What is the most appropriate management for a contusion (bruise) caused by dentoalveolar trauma?

What is the most appropriate management of superficial external burns?

Which type of sutures is used for suturing deep structures like muscle and tendons?

What should be considered if there is doubt about tetanus vaccination in the case of a soft tissue injury?

In what circumstance is surgical intervention required for a contusion (bruise)?

What is the most effective technique for removing debris from a deep laceration?

When should systemic antibiotics be considered in the management of soft tissue injuries?

What should be done if a laceration in the oral cavity does not require closure with sutures?

What should be ensured when repairing a lip laceration to avoid an ugly step on healing?

When should facial skin sutures be removed postoperatively?

What type of burns are described as full thickness burns?

What type of injury usually requires surgical nerve repair/grafting?

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Learn about the clinical, diagnostic, and management aspects of soft tissue injuries in the orofacial region. Understand the principles of managing soft-tissue injuries, and the process of wound healing involving inflammatory, proliferative, and remodeling stages.

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