Car-crash related injuries are common in the United States, with approximately 3 million non-fatal injury cases every year. In 2016, over 290,000 crash victims were given emergency medical treatments secondary to motor vehicle crash injuries, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Le Fort fractures are included in the list of fatal injuries. They refer to facial trauma sustained from a blunt force to the face. The common causes of Le Fort fractures include motor vehicular collisions, falls, and assault.
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