Fractured zygoma: a case study
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Fractured zygoma: a case study

Tony Kinsey Nurse Practitioner, Minor Injuries Unit, Ludlow Community Hospital, Shropshire

Tony Kinsey outlines the care of patients following a fractured zygoma

This is a case study of the examination and treatment of a 20 year old male, fork-lift truck driver, named ‘John’, who sustained a depressed fracture of his right zygoma.

Emergency Nurse. 6, 8, 23-26. doi: 10.7748/en1998.12.6.8.23.c1251

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